Thursday, March 11, 2010

Bribery, butchery and Chomsky's Hamas

Synopsis: Belief Chomsky, Francophonie triggered the Hamas butchery of Fatah moderates after visit to Lebanon May 2006 with bribes to Nasrallah, Hizbullah and arms smuggled through Syria.
Open e-mail message sent June 19, 2007 to:
U.S. Representative Ron Paul, 14th. District of Texas
U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter, 52nd District of California bre@...
From: Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE
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Dear Representatives Paul and Hunter:
Re: Bribery, butchery and Chomsky's Hamas
Hawks CAFE believes that anarcho-syndicalist Noam Chomsky helped trigger Hamas's current butchery of Fatah leaders and moderates during his visit to Lebanon in May 2006.
Chomsky appears to have arranged for the Francophonie intelligence services to bribe Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah and smuggle weapons throughSyria to support the Hamas massacre of Lebanese citizens using the same arms or murder-for-hire methods which helped Hutus kill Tutsis and their moderate allies in the Rwanda Genocide.
We trust you can focus your presidential election campaigns on preventing such crimes by beginning to rebuild the counter-intelligence services sabotaged or dismantled by Noam Chomsky and his apparently-treasonous MIT colleague, John Deutch, and their various 'Global Guardian' and Francophonie cronies in the Clinton White House (1993-2001).
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell,
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot,
23,000 hours of safety 
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 hawks-cafe@...
Notes: "Bribery, butchery and Chomsky's Hamas"
"Hamas organization announced it has received funding and assistance in training from the Lebanese Hizbullah terror group .. establishment of organization's first cell in Ramallah, immediately following the outbreak of the intifada.",7340,L-3216432,00.html
"... Since [Lebanon gained] its independence .. until outbreak of the bloody 1975-1990 conflict .. called the Lebanese civil war .. "In Lebanon, there is a group that claims to be the opposition .. nothing but deeds of a gang sworn to destroy its homeland .. "Since the end of the war launched by [Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan] Nasrallah against Israel, on orders from abroad .. to plunder [Lebanese] government .. carrying out [Syrian] threat to destroy Lebanon ... "[After Lebanon's enemies] played all their cards - including assassinations, bombings .. sit-down strike in Beirut .. [Lebanon's enemies] turned to their last card - Palestinian refugee camps .. exploited terrorists in prisons - some foreigners and some remnants of Al-Qaeda .. to use them against Lebanon .. "However, they disregarded the fact that these terrorists would expose them .. when they were apprehended, and name element that recruited them and sent them to Lebanon to [join] the terrorist militia calling itself Fath Al-Islam. [Fath Al-Islam] is a terror organization that received support, aid, and weapons from an element [i.e. Syria]"
"Noam, Carol Chomsky in Beirut May 8, 2006 .. eight-day visit .. invitation from American University in Beirut .. Noam give two lectures at AUB May 9 and 10 .. extra-parliamentary left .. Communist .. side with Hizbullah  .. May 11, Hizbullah headquarters, Beirut .. Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah head of Hizbullah .. widespread popular support representation in Lebanese parliament and council of ministers .. Nasrallah .. trying to break official American embargo .. question to Noam .. advice on what Hizbullah can do to counter pernicious propaganda in US .. including arms of Hizbullah, which US and its allies have demanded be relinquished .. Noam declares: "I think Nasrallah has a reasoned and persuasive argument that the arms should be in the hands of Hizbullah as a deterrent to potential aggression ..."

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