The Spy Who Loves Us: Israeli Espionage In America

The neocons have been engaged in this con job  forever — Philip Giraldi
ED NOTE : This is required knowledge for all Americans who care about making this world a better place. Knowing the enemy is half the battle won. In case you missed it, here it is again.

Philip Giraldi discusses his  article “The Spy Who Loves Us: Israeli Espionage In America” about the extensive Israeli spy network inside America and their surveillance of the 9/11 hijackers, the corroboration of their spying by U.S. intelligence agencies, the case of spy Jonathan Pollard and how Israel passes it’s stolen intel on to many enemies of America, the still secret identity of Israeli very top level asset “Mega,” the spy for Israel, Ben-Ami Kadish, and his treasonous crimes, the Israeli and Iranian influence in the run-up to the Iraq invasion, the White House/Iranian “negotiation” charade, and the planning for and consequences of an attack against Iran — including the possible use of nuclear weapons.

Philip Giraldi - former CIA counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer
Philip Giraldi is a former DIA and CIA officer, partner at Cannistraro Associates, Francis Walsingham Fellow for the American Conservative Defense Alliance, His “Deep Background” column appears every month exclusively in The American Conservative and columnist at and currently Executive Director at Council for the National Interest

Mr. Giraldi was awarded an MA and PhD from the University of London in European History and holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honors from the University of Chicago. He speaks Spanish, Italian, German, and Turkish.

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Press TV — Israel conducts more espionage against the United States than any other US ally.

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