Sibel Edmonds Case: the untellable story of AIPAC

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  1. poncho

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    Last week, former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds, announced that she was willing to tell everything that she knows if any of the major networks are willing to give her airtime, without airbrushing the essence of her case. Bradblog will have an update on the progress, or lack of it, next week.

    Of course, Sibel would prefer to testify under oath in congress, but apparently our Democratic Congresscritters (I'm looking at you, Waxman) don't care about the treason, bribery, and corruption that has hijacked US foreign policy.

    Meanwhile, last week we learnt that the judge in the AIPAC case has allowed subpoenas to be issued to 15 current and former high-level officials. Many of us are excited about the prospect of the trial - but Sibel assures us that the case, as it stands, is just the tip of the iceberg.

    'AIPAC' is at the core of Sibel's case, and Sibel’s story needs to be heard - either in Congress, or in the media.

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    Now, poncho, don't you know that anything done on behalf of Israel is just okie dokie? :)
     
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    I try Ken, I really try but somehow giving any kind of strong foreign influence over our weak willed and easily tamed representatives in congress a free pass from closer inspection just doesn't seem all that smart to me. :smilewinkgrin:
     
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