Friday, November 20, 2015

Jew Spy Who Got 100s of Americans Killed is Released

Jonathan Pollard has been released after 30 years, having been found guilty of espionage. Pollard passed thousands of classified documents to Israel and to the Soviet Union. He compromised American agents who "disappeared" as a result of his espionage activities.

According to

A number of officials strongly suspect that the Israelis repackaged much of Pollard's material and provided it to the Soviet Union in exchange for continued Soviet permission for Jews to emigrate to Israel. Other officials go further, and say there was reason to believe that secret information was exchanged for Jews working in highly sensitive positions in the Soviet Union. A significant percentage of Pollard's documents, including some that described the techniques the American Navy used to track Soviet submarines around the world, was of practical importance only to the Soviet Union. One longtime C.I.A. officer who worked as a station chief in the Middle East said he understood that "certain elements in the Israeli military had used it" -- Pollard's material -- "to trade for people they wanted to get out," including Jewish scientists working in missile technology and on nuclear issues. Pollard's spying came at a time when the Israeli government was publicly committed to the free flow of Jewish emigres from the Soviet Union. The officials stressed the fact that they had no hard evidence -- no "smoking gun," in the form of a document from an Israeli or a Soviet archive -- to demonstrate the link between Pollard, Israel, and the Soviet Union, but they also said that the documents that Pollard had been directed by his Israeli handlers to betray led them to no other conclusion.

His release was applauded by Benjamin Netanyahu and other kikes.

This case demonstrates strongly that Jews can not be trusted in government positions or with access to information that may be used to compromise the United States.