Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Aryan Skynet reported recently on Zionist pharmaceuticals tycoon Stewart Rahr’s expressed interest, dating back to 2011, in running Donald Trump as a presidential candidate. Rahr is not the only powerful Zionist Jew to bestow his favor upon The Donald by supporting his presidential aspirations. During the same period when Rahr and attorneys Michael Cohen, Bradley Gerstman, and David Schwartz were floating their ShouldTrumpRun.com website, Palm Beach Town Councilman William J. Diamond lent his clout to a Draft Trump 2012 campaign.
The Palm Beach Post’s George Bennett offered these tidbits in a 2011 article:
“I think it’s important that he get in the race. We need as many good Republicans as we can get,” said Diamond, who said he’s known Donald Trump‘s family for 50 years.
In Florida presidential politics, Diamond is best known as a Rudy Giuliani guy. He served in former New York Mayor Giuliani’s administration as commissioner of administrative services from 1994 to 2001. Giuliani officiated in 1996 when Diamond married Regine Traulsen at Gracie Mansion. And Diamond was one of Giuliani’s key Florida financiers during Giuliani’s unsuccessful 2008 GOP presidential bid.
Bloomberg’s Bill Allison brings readers up-to-date on Diamond’s more recent doings:
Bill Diamond, a real estate investor who has known Trump for 40 years, initially backed Rubio [for the 2016 Republican Party nomination], but switched his allegiance to Trump, he said, in the hopes of unifying the party behind a strong candidate. Diamond, a bundler for Senator John McCain’s 2008 campaign, said he’d do the same for Trump. “I’d like to help him any way I can, if he asks,” he said.
“Like Giuliani, Diamond is a New York transplant,” noted Alana Horowitz in a 2010 piece for The Village Voice.
He was one of Giuliani’s top Republican appointees and ran the city’s Department of Citywide Administrative Services, the agency that oversees city assets and contracts. […]
Diamond is best known for, as head of DCAS, his instrumental role in helping the then-mayor secure his infamous $61 million dollar command center at 7 WTC. When the site was destroyed on 9/11, the city’s emergency operations were left without a headquarters to help mobilize a response and Giuliani did nothing but blame an aide for the mistake. Diamond again helped out his friend by giving $4,400 to Giuliani’s 2008 failed presidential run. He offered another $2,100, but federal contribution limits forced the campaign to return to donation.
Giuliani was being rewarded for playing a crucial starring role in Israel’s box office smash September 11th production. The new Emergency Command Center for which Diamond had lobbied was opposed by the city’s police department, which favored a Brooklyn location over the vulnerable Salomon Brothers Building site which, according to Giuliani, was suggested to him by New York Office of Emergency Management Director and Kroll Security bioterror expert Jerome Hauer – an attribution Hauer has denied.
New York Times columnist Bob Herbert made these revealing remarks about the mysterious “bunker” project while it was still in the planning stages in 1998:
A bulletproof bunker in the clouds over Manhattan perfectly suits the remote, authoritarian, condescending and defensive personality of Giuliani. Isolated and protected behind a shatterproof shield, he’ll be able to look down at the magnificent city that he may or may not love, but clearly loves to rule.
Despite the mayor’s denials, the plans for the bunker were carried out in secret. […]
So, without benefit of an honest discussion of its merits, the city is about to make a huge, long-term investment in a high-tech facility that’s in a building it doesn’t even control. […]
A similar command center in Los Angeles is in a sub-basement of City Hall, four floors below ground level. That type of facility is far more secure than the 23rd floor of a high-rise, and there’s no landlord to contend with. […]
There are many potential problems with Giuliani’s command center. When a property is city-owned, the mayor and other officials can easily control access in emergencies, sharply limiting those who are allowed to go in and out. That is not the case in an office building filled with other paying tenants. […]
Because the bunker was cleverly and successfully concealed as it made its way through the budget process, the potential problems, large and small, were not adequately examined.
Councilwoman Kathryn Freed described the initiative as “bizarre”. Other tenants in the building included the Secret Service, the CIA, and the Securities and Exchange Commission, whose records of ongoing investigations into financial crimes were destroyed when Tower 7 notoriously collapsed in a symmetrical implosion.
Diamond, in addition to being the CEO of Diamond Realty, is an old AIPAC operator and serves on the Board of Directors of the Palm Beach Synagogue. His fundraising efforts are not made from friendship and also are not without strings attached – strings held by a powerful Zionist elite.
A measure of Diamond’s reach and sway is the fact that in 1980 he hosted a reception in his New York home that brought Reagan-Bush campaign leadership together with “many prominent rabbis from across the country” so as “to reaffirm Governor Reagan’s strong support and commitment to the State of Israel.”
He used his position as New York’s Administrator of the General Services Administration during the 1980s to facilitate the establishment of the city’s first public memorial to the “Holocaust” – a subject dear to Donald J. Trump’s heart, as well.
Diamond, who relocated to Palm Beach, is hardly the only Zio-connection Trump has in this area. Palm Beach was also a center of operations for disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein and procuress Ghislaine Maxwell, the daughter of publishing magnate and Mossad “superspy” Robert Maxwell. “In 2000 she and Epstein were seen on holiday with Prince Andrew at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach,” Daily Mail reports. That same year, Vice News reveals,
[…] both Trump and Epstein reportedly attended a small party hosted by media magnate Conrad Black, who in 2007 was convicted and served time in prison for fraud and obstruction of justice (the fraud charges were overturned on appeal). Black is currently an enthusiastic supporter of Trump’s presidential bid.
Mark Epstein, Jeffrey’s brother, testified in 2009 that Trump flew on Jeffrey’s private jet at least once. Meanwhile, message pads […] from Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion that were seized by investigators and obtained by VICE News indicate that Trump called Epstein twice in November of 2004.
[…] a 2002 story in Vanity Fair listed Trump as one of a small group of mega-rich businessmen, including newspaper publisher Mort Zuckerman and Revlon chairman Ronald Perelman, who periodically dined with Epstein at his Palm Beach estate. And a 2003 story in New York reported that Trump had dined at Epstein’s Upper East Side home, a nine-story building that is reportedly the largest private residence in Manhattan.
That dinner, for 30 people, was also attended by Google co-founder Sergey Brin, businessman and philanthropist Les Wexner, former British Cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, and Bill Clinton aide Doug Band.
Another Zionist Trump friend and New Yorker Palm Beach habitué alleged to have been involved in the prostitution of minors was the reviled Roy Cohn, who, it is suggested, used the boys for purposes of deep state blackmail. As a side note, it may be worth mentioning that it was Cohn who gave Rupert Murdoch his “entré into the world of Washington power” when he introduced future “kingmaker” Murdoch to President Ronald Reagan. Ultra-Zionist Murdoch said earlier this month that Republicans would be “mad” not to unite behind Donald Trump in the event of his nomination as the party’s candidate.
The Miami Herald’s Michael Sallah summarizes still another shady Trump enterprise in Florida:
The buyers at Trump International Hotel & Tower [in Fort Lauderdale] said they thought they were getting a ticket to an exclusive club, a high-rise developed by Donald Trump offering a five-star restaurant, $3 million penthouses and sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean.
What they actually got: a hulking, empty concrete shell that was built by someone else, and ran out of money long before it was completed.
The collapse of the celebrated project four years ago cost buyers millions in lost deposits, sparked more than a dozen lawsuits, and has now emerged as a campaign issue that threatens to follow the GOP front-runner through the presidential race. […]
Last week, anti-Trump ads on television focused on his ties to Felix Sater, an executive on the Fort Lauderdale project who was once jailed for stabbing a man with a broken margarita glass in a barroom fight. In another case, Sater pleaded guilty to defrauding stock investors of $40 million with members of the Gambino crime family.
“Trump entrusted convicts to help him run his company,” states the ad by American Future Fund. “Who would he entrust to run the country?”
For years, Trump has distanced himself from the project, stating in a deposition in 2013 he barely knew Sater and would not know what he looked like “if he was sitting in a room right now.”
He said Sater might have introduced him to the Fort Lauderdale venture a decade ago, but that, ultimately, Sater “was not involved in this job very much.”
Despite a host of sales brochures referring to Trump’s “development,” he said he was not the developer in the project, but he merely lent his name to the resort and approved design motifs. […]
Though most of the cases were settled by buyers in the project, the issue over the deal was pressed two weeks ago by GOP contender Ted Cruz. During an interview with ABC, Cruz said Trump’s relationship with Sater, a 50-year-old Russian emigre who runs a development firm in New York, needed to be scrutinized.
“Republican primary voters deserve to know,” he said. “In the general election, Hillary Clinton is going to shine a light on all of this.”
Sater, a former executive with Bayrock Group, a developer of the project, said in an email to the Miami Herald that he has moved on from his convictions in the 1990s and that he had “repaid my debt many times over.” He said any attempts to draw on his past to malign Trump were “pathetic and disgusting.”
Sater, who once carried a business card showing he was a senior adviser to Trump — with a Trump Organization address and email printed on the card — declined to comment on questions about the candidate.
MANHATTAN (CN) – The Bayrock Group and Nixon Peabody are among 35 defendants sued for $1 billion, whom 13 plaintiffs, including estates of Holocaust survivors, accuse of “the illegal concealment of Felix Sater’s 1998 $40 million federal racketeering conviction, and subsequent 2009 sentencing.”
The summons and notice in New York County Supreme Court contains few details. Three of the six pages of the document are taken up with names of the parties, their attorneys, and the charges.
The Miami Herald reported last year that the CIA helped Sater conceal his conviction for securities fraud while using him to track down Stinger missiles for sale in his native Russia. This was “a decade before he launched the celebrated Fort Lauderdale Trump Tower,” the Herald reported in a Sept. 8, 2012 article. […]
Prosecutors in that case asked to keep Sater’s record sealed, in the national interest.
Sater was fined $25,000 for his original $40 million stock swindle, did no jail time and was not ordered to pay anything in restitution, according to the Herald.
In the new summons and notice in New York, a string of investors want to hold Sater and his attorneys and businesses responsible. The document does not mention the alleged CIA connection.
It states: […] “‘Bayrock,’ as used herein, refers to that certain association of juridical entities including, for example and without limitation, Bayrock Group LLC, Bayrock Camelback LLC, Bayrock Whitestone LLC, Bayrock Spring Street LLC, and Bayrock Merrimac LLC, in the last ten years variously engaged in the businesses of financial institution fraud, tax fraud, partnership fraud, insurance fraud, litigation fraud, bankruptcy fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, human trafficking, child prostitution, statutory rape, and, on occasion, real estate.”
The Sunshine State is second only to New York as a center of Zionist intrigue. Most in this neighborhood of the internet are aware of the “Dancing Israelis” from Urban Moving Systems who were arrested on September 11th, but fewer know that a large network of such fraudulent moving operations was at work in the United States, and that to this day a surprising number of the most wanted fugitives listed by the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Transportation consists of Israeli “moving company” personnel whose last known whereabouts are cities in Florida.
“Florida was the central networking base and staging area for the ‘false flag’ terror attacks of 9-11,” writes authority Christopher Bollyn. “Fifteen of the nineteen Arabs allegedly involved in the hijackings, for example, lived and had their base of operations in South Florida.” He continues, describing a trip he made with his wife to Florida in 2006:
We had flown in from Germany and were staying at the Monaco Hotel on Collins Avenue. The Monaco is in a part of North Miami Beach that is now called Sunny Isles Beach. We had arrived at night and simply driven north on A1A until we found a suitable hotel.
The Monaco Hotel is one of the few old fashioned low-level hotels that remain in that area. The surrounding buildings are monstrous 55-story skyscrapers built right on the beach, the tallest oceanfront condominium towers in the United States. These would be the Trump Palace, the Trump Royale, the Trump Grande Ocean Resort and the Trump International Sonesta Beach Resort in Sunny Isles.
At the time, most of these awful skyscrapers were still under construction and the fences around the site were plastered with even more frightful posters of the developers, or “the visionaries”: Donald Trump and his Israeli partners, Michael and Gil Dezer.
Michael Dezer is a veteran of the Israeli Air Force who immigrated to the United States in 1962. The Dezers and Florida Friends of the Israel Defense Forces hold annual poker tournaments “to benefit the soldiers of Israel.”
We went for a walk along Collins Avenue the next evening and stopped in a large beach store called “Wings,” about a block north of our hotel, looking for a bathing suit for my daughter. The logo for the store reminded me of the “wings” an Israeli pilot wears on his chest. My wife noticed that the screen saver on the computer behind the counter was an Israeli flag that covered the entire screen.
While my family browsed around the store, in which we were the only shoppers, I talked to the young Middle Eastern looking man behind the counter. I recall asking him in Hebrew if he was from Israel, which he was, and then asked him if the store was Israeli-owned. That turned out also to be the case.
As we turned to leave I remember saying to my family that these were the people who had pulled off 9-11. This was my gut feeling. This was my intuition speaking and it must have been based on what I had noticed in and around the store. I felt very strongly about this.
Having visited Florida, California, and the Caribbean I have seen all kinds of surf and beach stores but this store was something else. The Wings store at 17700 Collins Avenue is a very large free-standing building with a high ceiling and a huge windowless space behind the store. There were two trucks parked in the store’s parking lot on the side of the building. The huge windowless warehouse space behind the store seemed way out of proportion for a simple beach store. How much space is required to store bikinis, Tee-shirts, and sea shells? Most beach stores get by with very little storage space — but not Wings.
Every time we walked by, the Wings beach store was always empty. This made it seem very suspicious because they must have very high overhead costs. Nothing about this store made sense. It seemed more like a logistics base that operated the beach store as a front, not unlike the shuttered Urban Moving Systems (UMS) outfit I had visited in Weehawken, New Jersey.
UMS was the fake moving company, across the river from the World Trade Center that was exposed as an Israeli intelligence (Mossad) front. The five dancing Israelis arrested on 9-11 after being observed photographing and celebrating the destruction of the World Trade Center worked for that Mossad operation. Dominic Suter, the head of UMS, was allowed to flee the United States shortly after 9-11 although he was considered a suspect by the F.B.I.
Apart from the young man working inside the Wings store there always seemed to be an Israeli man of military age coming or going near the store. This seemed very strange for a beach store in a very quiet part of town. Most beach stores in Miami are small boutiques run by women or retired people. The staff is always female. Young military age men from Israel are the last people one would expect to find running a bikini boutique in Miami. It turns out that Wings has a whole chain of stores in Florida and up the East Coast, as well as in Texas and on the West Coast. The store in Sunny Isles is just like the rest of their stores.
What is most interesting about my experience at Wings is that this chain of beach stores is owned by the two Israeli men that met with Ehud Olmert in New York City on September 10, 2001. The founders of L&L Wings are Shaul (a.k.a. Shual) and Meir Levy, two Israeli Jews of Syrian origin.
I discovered that Ehud Olmert had made a secret visit to New York City on the day before 9-11 in an article in the Jerusalem Post about the Likud’s football club, Betar:
Three years ago, Betar was sold to a four-man consortium (US businessmen Meir and Shaul Levy, local businessman Meir Finegel, and Jerusalem real estate agent Sasson Shem Tov, who pulled out a few weeks ago), following a meeting in New York with then-mayor Ehud Olmert on September 10, 2001. There were no other potential buyers.
The day before 9-11, the men that own the L&L Wings chain of beach stores met with Ehud Olmert, then mayor of Jerusalem, in New York City. Other than what I have written, this significant fact has not been reported or discussed in the media, mainstream or alternative.
According to the website of Wings, the company’s corporate office and warehouse is on the second floor at 2800 NW 125th Street in Miami, where Shaul Levy is the registered agent. What’s interesting about this address, near the Opa-Laca Airport, is that it is also the location of a company called Empire Art Products, Inc.
Why would a multi-millionaire Israeli businessman, who owns spacious properties on both coasts of Florida, New York, Texas, and California, share a low-rent building in an industrial park with a company that deals in art products? Is Shaul Levy involved in selling art products? Was he the source of the paintings that were being sold by the Israeli intelligence agents who were posing as art students as they tried to penetrate U.S. government offices from 1999 to 2001?
Shaul and Meir Levy are also generous sponsors of the Jewish extremist Chabad Lubavitch cult, and it might be marginally worthwhile to note that the Levys opened their first Wings store in 1978 – two years before Isser Harel, the first Director of the Zionist state’s internal security agency Shin Bet and one of the founding fathers of the Mossad, predicted that Islamic terrorists would one day attack New York’s “tallest building”.
Recommended reading: “Donald Trump’s Dirt File”