Atlanta Jewish Times Owner Gets Away with Threat to Assassinate President Obama
By Michael Hoffman
"You are Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...give the go-ahead for U.S.-based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel in order for the current vice president to take his place, and forcefully dictate that the United States' policy includes its helping the Jewish state obliterate its enemies. Yes, you read...correctly. Order a hit on the president in order to preserve Israel's existence."
--Andrew B. Adler, Owner/Publisher, Atlanta Jewish Times, Jan. 13, 2012
The Mossad has an arm long enough to be considered a likely candidate for murdering Obama with impunity. Investigative reporter Michael Collins Piper in his book Final Judgment argued persuasively that Mossad was at the center of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It is also likely that Mossad has been terror-bombing Iranian scientists and their wives over the past few years. Mossad’s terrorism has generally been applauded and even glorified in the West.
Because of their marketing and public relations savvy, we rarely glimpse what top American Zionists are really thinking. In this case, the Atlanta Jewish Times seems to have goofed and let the murderous Mossad cat out of the bag.
As my friend Stan in Louisiana asked when this story first broke, “What would happen to a gentile owner of a Missoula, Montana newspaper if he had made the same threat against the life of President Obama, although for different reasons?”
Stan and I both know the answer to that one, as I'm sure most of you do: the thunder from the corporate media would be deafening. The Montana goy would be in Secret Service custody right now; a SWAT-team would raid and search his newspaper’s offices and his employees would be sternly interrogated. None of that has befallen Mr. Adler, the Judaic publisher in Atlanta who last week openly advocated having the Israeli Mossad murder the President of the United States.
There are two parts to this news story: the assassination threat itself and, perhaps just as important, the immunity of the Zionist who issued it.