Before the long planned embroiling of USofA corp in the tentatively scheduled WWpt2, look at Churchill and Lindemann/Cherwell staring at Kraut chimneys in 1932 to check on the project’s critical path status, there was a secret history writing programme that sought to doctor all US ship, wharf, dock, marine detail and captain’s logs so that nothing could spoil the desired narrative once written as official, career sustaining US military history.
Bearing in mind that not one person mentioned in the credentialed academic histories would be anything other than a life time actor one can understand that in order to make sense of events one must disengage from the fiction piled upon fiction, fiction factions within make believe, written by Fleming and staring James Bond as a real life actor in a gigantic pinch raid.
So what do we know without reference to polluting fauxched and cited shite? What can we actually see without the intermediation of paid for bitchboys and buttrented haremwhores with PhDs in fakir violence oratory?
We know for certain that it is SOP to get, manufacture and retain a control file on the people we trust to lead us. So all we see on the Bitchboy’s Boybitch’s Canker is rentaperps talking utter mindminging garbage. CAF has shown how that works. One wrong facial expression, go study an old Comintern group photo to see the classic universal rictus, one wrong word delivering the unrealitysewage and the life of rentboysacrifice is over. Kings X anyone?
We know that the Germans got to the gates of
and the Russians
got through the Brandenburg Tor. Check out Skorzeny on that one and anyone who
was in the Causcasus in 1942. Moscow
We know that nuclear weapons do not work as marketed in the firestormporn. Tokyo/Hiroshima.
We know that when we read of gold we read of uranium. Check out any
UK origin correspondent
on their wandering in
So talking of life time actors let’s have a read through this one.
“PUBLISHED JULY 12, 2013UPDATED MAY 11, 2018
Canadians helped uncover
's secret nuclear weapons
program, newly discovered papers from the mid-1960s have revealed, with a key
role being played by a Department of National Defence intelligence analyst who
was a churchgoing Mennonite committed to peace. Israel
It was only in 1986, when a disgruntled Israeli technician named Mordechai Vanunu contacted the Sunday Times, that the public heard first-hand that
been working on a nuclear arsenal for decades at a factory near the city of . Dimona
But as early as the 1960s, when the secret program was still at an experimental stage, Canadian intelligence officers discovered that
Israel was buying at least 80 tonnes of uranium
yellowcake from Argentina,
and then helped Britain and
make sense of the discovery, declassified documents show. United States
The latest revelations, based on little-known
and British diplomatic files,
were uncovered by two scholars, William Burr, an analyst at the
Washington-based National Security Archive, and Avner Cohen, a professor at the
Monterey Institute of International Studies. U.S.
The documents reveal that a DND analyst in
was remarkably prescient in predicting how was developing a nuclear
military capacity. They also shine a light on the inner working of Canadian
security forces during the Cold War and expose the tensions between the two
North American allies as the Canadians struggled to persuade the Americans to
share information and treat them as equals, Dr. Cohen said in an interview. Israel
Construction at the Dimona facility, in the Negev desert, began after
Israel and signed a
nuclear co-operation agreement in 1957. France
The documents unearthed by Dr. Burr and Dr. Cohen show that by 1960, American officials had discovered that what Israel previously described as a textile plant and later a metallurgical plant in Dimona was instead a nuclear reactor. The Americans however had no conclusive evidence that it was used for a military aim.
According to a March 1964 memo to White House advisor McGeorge Bundy, during a state visit to
May 1961, Israel's Prime
Minister, David Ben Gurion, told his Canadian counterpart, John Diefenbaker,
"might" have to develop a nuclear weapon if its defensive capability
were to become heavily outweighed. Ben Gurion conveyed a similar message to
U.S. President John Kennedy. Israel
By early 1964, according to cables from the
U.S. embassy in Paris,
the French stopped shipping uranium to . Worried that a bomb would
be manufactured, the French wanted Israel Israel
to purchase nuclear fuel solely from them so
could retain "some control over [the] situation" in Dimona --
but the Israelis balked. Paris
Around the same time in
DND intelligence analyst Jake Koop wrote a paperarguing that likely had a military
nuclear capacity. Israel
Then 40, Mr. Koop was a Mennonite, a pacifist Christian denomination. Many Mennonites were conscientious objectors during the Second World War but Mr. Koop chose to enlist in the Canadian army and served in
Holland and . He told his family that he
prayed he wouldn't have to kill anyone and was grateful his prayers were
answered, his daughter Barbara recalled in an interview. Germany
In 1951, Mr. Koop joined DND, analyzing issues relating to nuclear weapons proliferation for the Defence Research Board. At the same time, he was a charter member and deacon of the
. Ottawa Mennonite
He was convinced that working for DND, especially on scientific matters, could contribute to arms control and disarmament, a friend, Bill Janzen, said in an interview. "He was strongly committed to peace ... His career path was certainly unusual for a Mennonite, being active at a high level at DND."
In his report, submitted in March 1964, Mr. Koop underlined that
had two distinct nuclear programs: a small civilian research unit, and a
larger, secretive one that likely was a first step in developing weapons. Israel
Mr. Koop predicted that
could conduct an initial
nuclear test by 1966 and could develop a "limited nuclear weapons
capability" of six to 10 low-yield bombs by the end of 1968. His forecast
wasn't far off. Israel
built its first nuclear devices shortly before the 1967 Six-Day War, Dr. Cohen
Sometime around the period Mr. Koop penned his report, Canadian intelligence learned that the Israelis had found a new source of nuclear material to replace the French restrictions.
This is revealed in an April 1964, letter from Alan Goodison, a Foreign Office analyst in
London, to the embassies in Buenos
and Tel Aviv. Paris, Washington
"Canadian Intelligence authorities have informed the Defence Intelligence Staff that the
Republic and Israel have signed an agreement for the sale of
the entire Argentine production of uranium concentrate to . This
involves the transfer of 80-100 tons over 33 months. This means that Israel
now has virtually unlimited supplies of uranium free of safeguards," Mr.
Goodison wrote. Israel
He added: "Their anxiety to obtain such a large quantity of safeguard-free uranium suggests that they have sinister motives. Although the evidence is all circumstantial it is beginning to be overwhelming."
He said the Canadians were reluctant to share their discovery with the
because the Americans had refused them information on their recent inspection
of Dimona. "I have suggested to the Canadian High Commissioner here that
this is perhaps short-sighted." U.S.
The letter does not identify the Canadian intelligence outfit. Wesley Wark, a professor at the
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, said the material likely
came from the now defunct Joint Intelligence Bureau. University of Ottawa
Created after the Second World War, the JIB was an independent unit that was nominally attached to DND. Dr. Wark said it was run for many years by a former British intelligence officer, Ivor Bowen, and worked very closely with its
counterpart, which was headed by Mr. Bowen's former boss, Kenneth Strong. UK
"During the 1960s, the JIB developed an economic intelligence function and it was likely in that capacity that this very secretive outfit acquired information about the purchase of Argentinian uranium," Dr. Wark said.
In June 1964, an officer at the British embassy in
Buenos Aires, wrote to London, saying that E.R. Bellemare, the chargé d'affaires
at the Canadian embassy, "confirms that the information supplied by the
Canadian intelligence authorities did not originate in . He is, however, in fairly close
touch with the Argentine National Atomic Energy Commission which has
volunteered information to him that the Commission has recently made sales of
uranium concentrate both to Buenos Aires Israel
and ." West Germany
By the end of June, the Canadians had agreed to pass their tip to the Americans. The CIA and the Deparment of State sent a joint query to
missions in Tel Aviv and ,
asking for more information about the sale. Buenos Aires
In September, the
embassy in Buenos Aires got a confirmation from an Argentine official of an 80-tonne
yellowcake deal with .
The Americans then tried to query Israel further but only got evasive
answers, Dr. Cohen said. Israel
Later that fall, the military attaché at the Canadian embassy in Tel Aviv gave a copy of Mr. Koop's analysis to British diplomats. The report was sent in a locked box to
An accompanying note from a counselor at the British Embassy in Tel Aviv
praised Mr. Koop's work as a "a model of what these things should
The copy was shown to R.C. Treweeks, a British defence analyst, who replied in December that the Canadian paper "is, in my opinion, extremely well organized, makes the most of the basic material available and, as far as we can see, leaves none outstanding."
Mr. Koop died on July 2, 2009. His family marked the fourth year of his death with a photo and a notice in the obituary page of the Ottawa Citizen. But until a Globe and Mail reporter contacted them earlier this month, they were not aware of his much-praised work on
's nuclear weapons program.” Israel
Anything else that can be said about the above. Well if a martial Mennonite and a kehillah square dancer get together one can raise several eye brows at what ever it is they want you to take away from their enterprise.
We’ve got a religiocomercstructure, that forces life time acting even upon the unwilling, trying to use two life time actors to convince us of what? That, and get this, the French/British and Argentinians helped the Rothfirebase stack its Zyklotrons in a NewYorkLondon factory in the middle of phukkin’ nomadnowhere!!!!!
You are fukkin’ takin’ the piss Ukhaants!!!
Begin, Shamir and their Irgun terrorist mates were not bombing synagogues in
the 1940s just to have
be the midwife to their A-bombs by 1960. Canada