Saturday 26 December 2015



Morocco has Jews, Christians, Arabs and Berbers and most of them are good, liberal friendly people, who get on well with each other.

However, The Powers-That-Be like to manipulate the people of Morocco.

For example, there is an Israeli 'plan', drawn up by the Moshe Dayan Center, to control North Africa, by manipulating the Berbers.[14]


Most of the 'patsies' in the November 2015 Paris attacks were Moroccans.

The 'mastermind of the Paris terror' attacks Abdelhamid Abaaoud is said to be a Berber from Agadir, the gay capital of Morocco.

This young Jewish boy "lost his family during the anti-Semitic riots in Oujda, Morocco in 1948."

Many Moroccans felt that the Jews of Morocco were being given too many top jobs by the French, who ran Morocco.

More importantly, Israel wanted wanted trouble in Morocco, so as to persuade Moroccan Jews to flee to Israel.

Reportedly, Zionists organised the Oujda riots.

Above, we see "homeless Jewish victims of the anti-semitic riots in Oujda and nearby Djerdeda, receiving food from an emergency kitchen established with the help of JDC, c.1948". 

Not all the Moroccan jews are rich, as we see from the above photo from "the Jewish quarter, in Casablanca, c. 1949."

A Jew in Morocco.

The 1948 'Anti-Jewish' Riots in Oujda and Jerada took place on June 7–8, 1948.

At this time, Morocco was ruled by France.

43 Jews and one Frenchman were killed.

René Brunel, the French Commissioner for the Oujda region, stated that the rioting began when a Jewish barber attempted to cross into Algeria carrying explosives. [4]

Brunel wrote of "the clandestine passage over the border of a large number of young Zionists from all regions of Morocco trying to get to Palestine via Algeria."[4]

Jews in Morocco.

The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs noted fears that the Jews who depart "could become combatants for Israel".[4]

1948 Arab-Israeli War

Alphonse Juin, Resident General in Morocco, noted that "the clandestine departure of Jews for Palestine ignited the anger already inflamed by professional agitators"[4]

The riots triggered a mass exodus of Moroccan Jews to Israel.

Marrakech area

In 2003, bombers attacked five targets in Casablanca, killing 45 people.

In 2011, a bomb went off in Marrakech.

The bomb hit the Argana cafe in Jamaa el-Fna square in Marrakesh.

The total number of people killed is reported to be 14.

A website accused friends of Morroco's King Mohammed VI of being behind the bombing in Marrakech.

The website Hibapress accused Mounir Majidi, the king's secretary, and WFP (Authenticity and Modernity Party) boss Fouad Ali El Himma of being behind the attack in Marrakesh.

And, according to political exile Abdelillah Issou, the Moroccan regime wants to create 'a state of siege.'

The bomb gave the rich elite an excuse to clamp down on opponents of the regime?

(Marrakech : Les théories de la conspiration commencent Demain - Translate this page )

MetroPostcard Blog Archive 11.

Above we see the Bousbir prostitute district of Casablanca.

The card has photo inserts of prostitutes on its four corners. 

The prostitute in the upper right is Jewish.

There is a high rate of AIDS and sex tourism in Morocco.

"The most comprehensive review yet done of HIV's spread in MSM (gay males) who live in the region (North Africa) reveals that there are several hidden epidemics, with prevalence reaching as high as 28% in some groups." 

news.sciencemag 2008

Allegedly, young Moroccan boys "are being sold to Italy".

"Fairly recently, police in a market town in the plains north of Marrakech, bust a network trafficking in 13-year old boys destined for brothels in Italy.

"Police arrested the dealer, who had - said reports - paid parents $3,000 per child."

Homosexual King of Morocco.

People of Marrakech.

Morocco is friends with Israel.

"Mossad and the Moroccans began cooperating just a few years after Morocco gained independence...

"Both countries exchanged intelligence information about their mutual enemies: Algeria and Egypt." 

(The Moroccan Connection: The Secret Relationship Between Israel ...)

Morocco has often served as an intermediary between Israel and the other Arab states. (Cached)

The man who runs Morocco, Andrey Azoulay, the King's adviser, is Jewish. 

Above, we see Sephardic Jews in Morocco.

The Ashkenazi Jews "are Turkic/Mongolian and not Semitic".

In Morocco, Elliot Rodger's stepmother Soumaya Akaaboune is seen above (right) next to Soumaya's father Abdeslam Akaaboune.

Morocco is a major base for the CIA.

Spooky Abdeslam Akaaboune is seen above with spooky members of the Rolling Stones.


Carla Bruni, in Marrakech.

At Christmas 201, Carla Bruni and Nicolas Sarkozy stayed at a multimillion-pound villa near Marrakesh in Morocco.

Carla Bruni jets out to multimillion-pound Moroccan pad, ang


Morocco's King Mohammed frequently gives free hospitality to French politicians, including Jacques Chirac, who has a villa near Marrakesh.

Dominic Strauss-Kahn owns a holiday home in Marrakesh.

King Mohammed, his generals and his business cronies are very, very rich. Most Moroccans are very, very poor.

The Sunday Times (timesonline) reported 12 February 2006, that, according to intelligence sources, the USA is involved with the building of a new interrogation and detention facility at Ain Aouda, near Rabat.

Locals said they had often seen American vehicles with diplomatic plates in the area.

According to The Sunday Times:

The construction of the new compound, run by the Direction de la Securité du Territoire (DST), the Moroccan secret police, adds to a substantial body of evidence that Morocco is one of America’s principal partners in the secret “rendition” programme in which the CIA flies prisoners to third countries for interrogation. 

The King of Morocco and Clinton

Out of the 100 richest people in Morocco, 'the top 50 are in the armed forces or police.' 

'The fortune amassed by the 20 richest army officers would be enough to pay off Morocco's foreign debt of $17bn.' 

According to economist Najib Akesbi, "entire sectors" of the economy serve as sources of income for the rich elite.

According to Akesby, King Mohammed VI and his family control most farmland and the main companies in the industrial, services, commercial, distribution and export sectors. 

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At 26 December 2015 at 11:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

As we can see, there is also a very important element attached to this idea of Anti-semitism, and as the top level Luciferian Sabbatean/Zionist has exercised quite freely is the persecution of their own people. As with any societal vent, as an example homosexuality, the populace will always pick on the most unfortunate souls that were also caught up in the societal paradigm created at the top and that is where the general populace will stay with their aggression, never minding the people at the top really pulling the strings. This only goes to show the efficacy of how the cloak of antisemitism works, it's a no fail plan when it comes to the ignorance of masses. It helped the more affluent Zionist of Hitler's day convince the entire country of Germany that 2/3rds of their OWN PEOPLE must go.


Where is the key to unraveling the psy-op of antisemitism?

At 26 December 2015 at 13:24 , Blogger shirlz007 said...

Phosphate: Morocco's White Gold

Morocco's OCP aims to dominate phosphate industry

Oooh... this one should interest you!

Is Hillary Clinton Taking 'Blood Phosphate' Money From Morocco?

Critics of a $1 million Clinton Foundation gift see a ploy to build support for illegal exploitation of the "last colony in Africa."

The worlds food supply depends on Morocco... heres why

Of course... I would state the globabl food supply depends more on The Dead Sea... but ya know the game!

Phosphate: A Critical Resource
Misused and Now Running Low

Phosphate has been essential to feeding the world since the Green Revolution, but its excessive use as a fertilizer has led to widespread pollution and eutrophication. Now, many of the world’s remaining reserves are starting to be depleted.


Phopshates... Interesting subject in terms of 21st century geo-polits

At 26 December 2015 at 20:54 , Anonymous No More Myths said...

"For many years I have regarded the Pentateuch simply as a record of a barbarous people, in which are found a great number of the ceremonies of savagery, many absurd and unjust laws, and thousands of ideas inconsistent with known and demonstrated facts. To me it seemed almost a crime to teach that this record was written by inspired men; that slavery, polygamy, wars of conquest and extermination were right, and that there was a time when men could win the approbation of infinite Intelligence, Justice, and Mercy, by violating maidens and by butchering babes. To me it seemed more reasonable that savage men had made these laws...
We read the pagan sacred books with profit and delight. With myth and fable we are ever charmed, and find a pleasure in the endless repetition of the beautiful, poetic, and absurd. We find, in all these records of the past, philosophies and dreams, and efforts stained with tears, of great and tender souls who tried to pierce the mystery of life and death, to answer the eternal questions of the Whence and Whither, and vainly sought to make, with bits of shattered glass, a mirror that would, in very truth, reflect the face and form of Nature's perfect self.

These myths were born of hopes, and fears, and tears, and smiles, and they were touched and colored by all there is of joy and grief between the rosy dawn of birth, and death's sad night. They clothed even the stars with passion, and gave to gods the faults and frailties of the sons of men. In them, the winds and waves were music, and all the lakes, and streams, and springs, -- the mountains, woods and perfumed dells were haunted by a thousand fairy forms. They thrilled the veins of Spring with tremulous desire; made tawny Summer's billowed breast the throne and home of love; filled Autumn's arms with sun-kissed grapes, and gathered sheaves; and pictured Winter as a weak old king who felt, like Lear upon his withered face, Cordelia's tears. These myths, though false, are beautiful, and have for many ages and in countless ways, enriched the heart and kindled thought. But if the world were taught that all these things are true and all inspired of God, and that eternal punishment will be the lot of him who dares deny or doubt, the sweetest myth of all the Fable World would lose its beauty, and become a scorned and hateful thing to every brave and thoughtful man.
He Who Endeavors to Control the Mind by Force
is a Tyrant, He Who Submits is a Slave."

– Robert Green Ingersoll, Some Mistakes of Moses


At 26 December 2015 at 21:10 , Anonymous No More Myths said...

"All laws for the purpose of making man worship God, are born of the same spirit that kindled the fires of the auto da fe, and lovingly built the dungeons of the Inquisition. All laws defining and punishing blasphemy -- making it a crime to give your honest ideas about the Bible, or to laugh at the ignorance of the ancient Jews, or to enjoy yourself on the Sabbath, or to give your opinion of Jehovah, were passed by impudent bigots, and should be at once repealed by honest men. An infinite God ought to be able to protect himself, without going in partnership with State Legislatures. Certainly he ought not so to act that laws become necessary to keep him from being laughed at. No one thinks of protecting Shakespeare from ridicule, by the threat of fine and imprisonment. It strikes me that God might write a book that would not necessarily excite the laughter of his children. In fact, I think it would be safe to say that a real God could produce a work that would excite the admiration of mankind. Surely politicians could be better employed than in passing laws to protect the literary reputation of the Jewish God."

– Robert Green Ingersoll, Some Mistakes of Moses

At 26 December 2015 at 21:24 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Aang,

Off-topic but I thought that this might interest you.

The question is: which way does the causality lie? One wonders if it might not be both rather than either/or. Otherwise, a fleeting thing it seems.

At 26 December 2015 at 21:52 , Anonymous No More Myths said...

"Let us forget that we are Baptists, Methodists, Catholics, Presbyterians, or Freethinkers, and remember only that we are men and women. After all, man and woman are the highest possible titles. All other names belittle us, and show that we have, to a certain extent, given up our individuality, and have consented to wear the collar of authority -- that we are followers. Throwing away these names, let us examine these questions not as partisans, but as human beings with hopes and fears in common.

We know that our opinions depend, to a great degree, upon our surroundings -- upon race, country, and education. We are all the result of numberless conditions, and inherit vices and virtues, truths and prejudices. If we had been born in England, surrounded by wealth and clothed with power, most of us would have been Episcopalians, and believed in church and state. We should have insisted that the people needed a religion, and that not having intellect enough to provide one for themselves, it was our duty to make one for them, and then compel them to support it. We should have believed it indecent to officiate in a pulpit without wearing a gown, and that prayers should be read from a book. Had we belonged to the lower classes, we might have been dissenters and protested against the mummeries of the High Church. Had we been born in Turkey, most of us would have been Mohammedans and believed in the inspiration of the Koran. We should have believed that Mohammed actually visited heaven and became acquainted with an angel by the name of Gabriel, who was so broad between the eyes that it required three hundred days for a very smart camel to travel the distance. If some man had denied this story we should probably have denounced him as a dangerous person, one who was endeavoring to undermine the foundations of society, and to destroy all distinction between virtue and vice. We should have said to him, "What do you propose to give us in place of that angel? We cannot afford to give up an angel of that size for nothing." We would have insisted that the best and wisest men believed the Koran. We would have quoted from the works and letters of philosophers, generals and sultans, to show that the Koran was the best of books, and that Turkey was indebted to that book and to that alone for its greatness and prosperity. We would have asked that man whether he knew more than all the great minds of his country, whether he was so much wiser than his fathers? We would have pointed out to him the fact that thousands had been consoled in the hour of death by passages from the Koran; that they had died with glazed eyes brightened by visions of the heavenly harem, and gladly left this world of grief and tears. We would have regarded Christians as the vilest of men, and on all occasions would have repeated "There is but one God, and Mohammed is his prophet!"

So, if we had been born in India, we should in all probability have believed in the religion of that country. We should have regarded the old records as true and sacred, and looked upon a wandering priest as better than the men from whom he begged, and by whose labor he lived. We should have believed in a god with three heads instead of three gods with one head, as we do now.
It is hard for many people to give up the religion in which they were born; to admit that their fathers were utterly mistaken, and that the sacred records of their country are but collections of myths and fables."

– Robert Green Ingersoll, Some Mistakes of Moses

At 27 December 2015 at 01:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

More controversy for Lord Feldman.

At 27 December 2015 at 03:35 , Blogger James R said...

At 27 December 2015 at 12:17 , Anonymous No More Myths said...

AkhaldanSolo: Where is the key to unraveling the psy-op of antisemitism?

No More Myths: Knowledge is the key. Sadly, most people will never insert that key into the Hebrew mind-lock.

"The Jewish machine has men in the most powerful positions; protected by the cowardice of leaders who fear to be called "anti-Semitic". We are paralyzed by that atom-powered little scare word; we are children afraid of the dark."

— Robert H. Williams, The Ultimate World Order—As Pictured in "The Jewish Utopia"

At 27 December 2015 at 14:08 , Anonymous No More Myths said...

"It is said, sometimes, that common sense is very rare. What does this expression mean? That, in many men, dawning reason is arrested in its progress by some prejudices; that a man who judges reasonably on one affair will deceive himself grossly in another. The Arab, who, besides being a good calculator, was a learned chemist and an exact astronomer, nevertheless believed that Mahomet put half of the moon into his sleeve.

How is it that he was so much above common sense in the three sciences above mentioned, and beneath it when he proceeded to the subject of half the moon? It is because, in the first case, he had seen with his own eyes, and perfected his own intelligence; and, in the second, he had used the eyes of others, by shutting his own, and perverting the common sense within him.

How could this strange perversion of mind operate? How could the ideas which had so regular and firm a footing in his brain, on many subjects, halt on another a thousand times more palpable and easy to comprehend? This man had always the same principles of intelligence in him; he must have therefore possessed a vitiated organ, as it sometimes happens that the most delicate epicure has a depraved taste in regard to a particular kind of nourishment.

How did the organ of this Arab, who saw half of the moon in Mahomet’s sleeve, become disordered? — By fear. It had been told him that if he did not believe in this sleeve his soul, immediately after his death, in passing over the narrow bridge, would fall forever into the abyss. He was told much worse — if ever you doubt this sleeve, one dervish will treat you with ignominy; another will prove you mad, because, having all possible motives for credibility, you will not submit your superb reason to evidence; a third will refer you to the little divan of a small province, and you will be legally impaled.

All this produces a panic in the good Arab, his wife, sister, and all his little family. They possess good sense in all the rest, but on this article their imagination is diseased like that of Pascal, who continually saw a precipice near his couch. But did our Arab really believe in the sleeve of Mahomet? No; he endeavored to believe it; he said, “It is impossible, but true — I believe that which I do not credit.” He formed a chaos of ideas in his head in regard to this sleeve, which he feared to disentangle, and he gave up his common sense."

— Voltaire, Philosophical Dictionary, COMMON SENSE.


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