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Email intercepts that included the original copies of anti-Semitic leaflets distributed in Eastern Ukraine have now been shown to be part of an elaborate false flag hoax to sabotage recent US-Russian talks.
The hoax, a “game theory warfare” operation, was meant to “sucker punch” both Russia and the US. If those responsible, in this case the New York based ADL, were caught, and they have been, there would be no consequences.
The ADL is “untouchable.” When Secretary of State Kerry expressed his revulsion at Nazi leaflets demanding that Jews in Ukraine “register” with a non-existent government agency, little did he know he was the victim of an elaborate and highly dangerous false flag hoax.
Anonymous Ukraine, the group that intercepted emails outlining false flag terror attack plans made by the US Embassy in Kiev in March, has done it again. Emails intercepted between Washington DC offices tied to the Anti-Defamation League sent to neo-Nazi extremists in the Ukraine were the sources of the outrageous materials.
Though when one tries to click the documents, uploaded to 2 very different file sharing websites, Mediafire and Sendspace, both of them have already been ‘removed for violation’.
The authenticity of this information needs to be verified. One would need to do something such as find out if the anonymous hacker could have known what he said, had the hacker not truly taken the info from hacked emails, or see the emails themselves, but the documents with the details of the emails have already been taken down.
However, if the documents were fake, or non-existent, how could they have already been ‘removed for violation’, from 2 different file sharing sites?
It has not even been 24 hours since the original posting of this information.
It seems someone needs to connect the dots and see if the alleged contents of these hacked emails match up with reality.
"ADL National Director Abraham Foxman issued a statement saying that...'the instructions clearly recall the Nazi era and have the effect of intimidating the local Jewish community.' Today, Secretary of State John Kerry weighed in, denouncing the fliers as 'grotesque' and 'beyond unacceptable.' He was soon joined by human rights groups and politicians, including Congressman Jerrold Nadler, who said in a statement that the fliers were 'a sad reminder of the ongoing importance and blessing of having a strong homeland for the Jewish people in the State of Israel.'
"A reporter for the Daily Beast, Anna Nemtsova, visited the synagogue in Donetsk where the fliers were handed out. A rabbi there, Pinhas Vyshedski, told Nemtsova that the press secretary of the self proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, is 'the most famous anti-Semite in the region.' Vyshedski said that he would not be surprised if the fliers were genuine." Jewish Daily Forward (New York), April 18, 2014.
My problem with the "flyer" aspect is that whatever group is behind this wouldn't want such direct evidence pointing back to them.
“I think someone is trying to use the Jewish community in Donetsk as an instrument in this conflict,” said Rabbi Pinchas Vishedski. “That’s why we’re upset.”