By Gordon Duff
An unclassified version of the software used by the FBI has allowed Veterans Today to track the IP addresses of a group of, what appeared to be, hate mongers and racists whose rhetoric borders on terrorist extremism. What we found was astounding. In one case, an individual using the email address “youdirtyfXXXingjew@XXXmail.com” was traced to the computer of the head the largest Jewish “defense” organization.
Others, reposting copyright materials without permission on extremist sites or posting comments filled with racist threats were traced to homes and public buildings in Tel Aviv or to members of Washington lobbying groups tied to Israel. Most noticeable, though the message is primitive, the syntax is flawless and often elegant. Spelling and punctuation are “spot on.”
Veterans Today editor, Jim W. Dean said;
We spend hours each week, time we could spend helping veterans, cleaning this garbage off our website. All of it is blatant and amateurish. A good friend who works for the Anti-Defamation League, an organization headed by Abe Foxman, told me that hundreds have been recruited, here in the US and more in Israel, whose job it is to seed Antisemitic material into websites that are critical of Israel’s apartheid policies. They openly joke around there how the Nazi and White Supremacist websites have been “theirs” for years.
PHONY NAZI WEBSITES
For decades, no one has met a real person behind any of the supposed “skinhead” or Nazi websites. The last Nazi “parade” had 8 participants yet hundreds of anonymous screennames continually post bizarre and “dated” racist rhetoric using language learned from popular TV dramas. It didn’t take long to get to the bottom of this.
Back during the 1980s, organizations like today’s Stormfront.org were used by the FBI to track what they believed to be domestic terror threats. As 90s came to a close, the militias disbanded. The most notorious of all, the Michigan Militia, claimed they were no longer needed since their chosen candidate “George W. Bush” had assumed the presidency. The chosen candidate of the White Supremacists and Antisemites, had, according to many “militia” leaders, assumed power and Americans were safe from government intrusion, wire-tapping, illegal searches and new federal agencies imposing more restrictions.
Never has a group been so wrong, as we all know only too well now.
As the FBI moved aside, the groups claiming to protect Americans of the Jewish faith from persecution stepped in. Their intent was something else. They saw initial infiltration of White Supremacist internet groups as a broad opportunity to instill cohesion within the Jewish community by manufacturing a threat, much as Hitler had done when he blamed the Jews for Germany’s downfall in World War I.
And, of course, there was no need for a Nazi resistance when the Bush administration itself exceeded even the wildest expectations of any right wing group. Typical rhetoric out of the White House and GOP, purportedly stressing “family values” and “compassionate conservatism” was little more than thinly veiled hate mongering against Jews and African-Americans.
After 9/11, Muslims began to take on some of the heat, much to the relief of the “welfare cheats” and “left wing intellectuals”, code words for “Blacks and Jews.”