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Fully recovered – Re: Cara hetson-Gary + Marie + Mango

From: GaryStevenGevisser <garystevengevisser>
Subject: Fully recovered – Re: Cara hetson-Gary + Marie + Mango
Date: September 18, 2013 5:19:32 PM PDT
To: Cara <brainwaves>

Interesting is a very subjective word like “beauty” but [not so] female beauty contests which I am most familiar with given how my extraordinary and inspiration British-English mother Zena
was the beauty contests as Charm Schools in very mineral rich South Africa.

The are many noteworthy pieces of information in both articles above about my mom and father Bernie who you standing alongside one another facing Pandit Nehru who had them as his only guests at his private residence in New Delhi for 2 weeks. The fact that he had his daughter Indira Ghandi as their chaperone throughout this entire period, few would argue was impressive and it would also raise a great many questions which could easily fill a best selling book.

My mother Zena who is very much alive at age 84 remains very much on top of her game but she is suffering much more than me from natural entropy, but still she would be the first to say that my life has been far more interesting than hers and I know of no one who comes close to having had as interesting and eventful life as my mother, other than my very humble and most amazing Fighter-Bomber-Pilot Bernie who passed away on August 27, 2012 when he left his best for last when dictating me and Marie a personal message on his deathbed.

Were you to ask me a whole bunch of personal questions about my mom or dad, in all likelihood I would not answer because it is not important to the work I am currently doing that allows me to not only be on the computer right now but spending some 5 hours sitting and talking and mostly watching the rain come down.

We have been in Paris since the morning of September 16, and I have yet to see one of the historical buildings up close; only Notre Dame which is just a couple of stone throws away from where we are staying and I have only seen it from afar.

Were Ben-Gurion alive today, he would have no problem understanding each and every move I make as well as comment, because he would be at a loss for words to explain how come I haven’t been bumped off given how I have already exposed the archives heel of the US Government beholden to the maniacal mineral-banking monopolist De Beers who didn’t need Edward Jay Epstein to write his 1978 non-fiction book, The Diamond Invention to know the goods they have on the 4 Branches of the US Government including the systemically corrupt media.

By now you should have read up on the Bankers Manifesto of July 4, 1892 and the first thing you would find yourself doing is talking about “the economy” which is one of the most insane expressions that is everyday use by all the world’s literate.

De Beers decides everything.

This journalist Masha Gessen is either stupid or corrupt; and she would only be able to play stupid so long as she was not in a debate with me.

You, thanks to our several hours meeting today are further along than most who have followed very carefully what I had to say once I began to speak out, starting on October 18, 2000 which was my dad’s 77th birthday when I wrote him my insight and analysis of the political-economic events going on in the Middle East at the time. You shouldn’t have trouble coming across my Perspective One when doing a Google Search on those two words and throwing in my last name.

You will recall that while you were aware of the Mossad’s “heads up” sitting on Condenessa Rice’s desk well prior to 9/11 which only took place in August 2001, my prediction of this huge event that saved the US economy from imploding, took place 222 days prior, on February 1, 2001. Again, let me know if you have trouble finding on The Internet the opening line of my first of four letters to the Mossad’s Jerusalem Post, “The pardon of Marc Rich eliminated not only an opportunity of justice being served but it would have allowed the public to view the role that oil brokers play in furthering terrorism” – CLICK HERE.

Prior to my very recent phone conversations with my very close to her chest B-I mother, we hadn’t spoken in going on 9 years because following our last phone conversation in late summer 2004, right before I broke my 24 year deafening silence with De Beers on 11.11.2004, my mother began “sitting shiva” for me, because she was convinced that the next thing she was going to hear about me was that I had been killed.

At my first private meeting with Ben-Gurion who was the most godly inspired man I had met given how he had managed to do much more than escape assassination by CIA sponsored PLO hit squads, he made me aware that he didn’t believe for a moment that my pogrom orphaned great maternal grandmother, Nechie Becker Badash [1874-1943] had been accidentally run over by a car in England; although she only died after falling down a flight of stairs in a boarding house where she was recuperating after being run over by a car.

So you see I have lived from an early age with fear, but I have learned to overcome all fear when putting my entire trust in Logic-Truth-God who created this insanely evil human who is mostly stupid and refuses to let go of having been so extraordinarily conned by a group of people who simply wanted to hold on to their stolen mineral wealth and willing to overpopulate the planet in order to keep covering their bloody tracks.

Just because I refuse to let anyone talk crap does not make me stupid because that is the smart move.

Do you remember Alexye mentioning that the reason he hasn’t responded to my emails to him is because he says that he is dyslexic; and did you notice how I did not give him a hard time because I put my arm around him and said, “Why didn’t you simply tell me that and I would have completely understood?”

I was in fact being highly deceptive at the same time I didn’t want to interrupt an important conversation so well describing the regressing human.

Although Alexye didn’t show his cellphone you would know that in a worse case scenario he could have found a pay phone even if the last of them only exist in Timbuctu and called me up.

Of course I barely listened to the rest of what Alexye had to say because I know that he has been in tailspin ever since I informed him about the September 5, 2006 photo of Putin paying his respects to his boss, Nick Oppenheimer of De Beers which I told you how you could access by simply going to De Beers’ Wikipedia website and sculling down to the middle of the page.

To make our next conversation interesting why not email this Gessen reporter and ask her what she thinks of that photo as well as its timing without letting her know that just a couple of weeks before Senator Barak Obama visited my birth country of South Africa and was not afforded a meeting with N. Oppenheimer who would have observed Barak very closely before putting him to the test to see if he would make a suitable stooge President of the United States.

Let’s assume that you don’t hear from me again because I am assassinated later this morning, how would your life change; would you see it better or worse?

I know for sure that you would have at least something interesting to talk about at your next social gathering and you might even decide it is a good enough story to write a fiction novel and sell it to Hollywood; but don’t bother with my old pal Gary Barber, the co-chairman and CEO of MGM because I have already nailed this cowardly bastard.

We have the opportunity to prevent the first dirty nuclear bomb going off in Jerusalem that could end the world as we know it because the IDF would only be able to hunker down in their yet to be detected nuclear power and armed submarine fleet for a finite period and when they surface one thing they won’t have to worry about is finding jobs for anthropologists.

I must now get some sleep since we have to move first thing tomorrow morning; and it is not because I have any fear of the world’s intelligence service keeping track of me, since the more of them involved the less likely it is that either Putin or Obama will order a nuclear strike in order to keep the utterly nonsense Diamond Invention – CLICK HERE – alive.

Let’s hope we can all get together tomorrow night without any of us coming down with the flu; and more importantly, that Geoffrey Rothwell’s health is fully recovered.

Thank God for God.

All the best,


On Sep 18, 2013, at 4:15 PM, Cara <brainwaves> wrote:

thought u’d find this interesting…c

Latitude - Views From Around the World

SEPTEMBER 16, 2013, 7:49 AM

What Putin Doesn’t Have to Say About Syria

By MASHA GESSENAs he lay dying in a London hospital in November 2006, the Russian secret-police whistleblower Alexander Litvinenko dictated hisfinal statement, addressed to President Vladimir Putin: “You have shown yourself to be as barbaric and ruthless as your most hostile critics have claimed. You have shown yourself to have no respect for life, liberty or any civilized value. You have shown yourself to be unworthy of your office, to be unworthy of the trust of civilized men and women.”
Litvinenko’s death was the world’s first confirmed case of death by poisoning with polonium-210, a rare and highly radioactive isotope. The substance itself was traceable to Russia, where it is manufactured in small quantities for industrial use, and to two Russian men who had met with Litvinenko shortly before he fell ill. Attempts to investigate the death have been stymied by Russia’s refusal to extradite the men and by pressure the Kremlin has apparently exerted on the British government.
Still, amid the many tragedies that have marked Putin’s 14-year tenure as Russia’s leader, Litvinenko’s death remains the biggest smoking gun: Polonium is such a highly controlled substance that many believe people it could not have been released and used as a weapon of terror without authorization from the Kremlin.
Now the man who is widely suspected of allowing a nuclear weapon to be used to silence a single opponent of his regime has put himself forward as the broker in the project of disabling the chemical weapons arsenal of his ally Bashar al-Assad, who has used these weapons against his own domestic opponents.
Among other things, this extremely difficult undertaking would involve full disclosure of Assad’s chemical arsenal. But at the same time as he put himself forward as the broker, Putin claimed, in his New York Times Op-Ed last week, that there was “every reason to believe’’ poison was “used not by the Syrian Army, but by opposition forces.” He has already prepared an alibi for Assad and for himself — for the likely event that the project fails.
Identifying, locating and isolating Syria’s chemical arsenal in the midst of civil war would be an extremely difficult undertaking even if all parties were acting in good faith, motivated by the desire to achieve peace. But what motivates Putin is a sense of solidarity with his ally and fellow dictator, and, even more important, the opportunity to throw his weight around on the international stage. This is why Putin is certain to sabotage the only measures that would give the chemical-disarmament project any hope of succeeding: a strong enforcement mechanism.
Russia’s behavior on the U.N. Security Council over the last year and a half has done exactly this — kept Assad safely shielded from sanctions, rendering the international community virtually helpless to intervene — and there is no reason to think this will change.
In another of many examples of Soviet-style doublespeak in his New York Times Op-Ed, Putin wrote, “No one wants the United Nations to suffer the fate of the League of Nations, which collapsed because it lacked real leverage.” Coming from the bully on the Security Council, this should be read as a threat – and a portent of future events in Syria.
Here is what he is really promising: protracted and difficult negotiations on the Syrian project, from which the United States will emerge battered and humiliated, with a compromise plan that lacks a convincing enforcement mechanism. A frustrating, expensive and possibly dangerous attempt to put the plan in place will follow. The civil war in Syria will continue to rage, claiming more lives and robbing the Syrian people of hope with every passing day. Ultimately, the United States and its good-faith partners will have to admit the chemical-disarmament project has failed, as Syria lies in ruins — still ruled by Assad.
Once defeat is acknowledged, Putin will take himself out of the Syrian picture, using the alibi he has already put forward: It wasn’t Assad who used the chemical weapons in the first place, he will say.
He will not mention that he sees nothing wrong with using weapons of mass destruction to fight the opposition: that will go without saying.

On 18 sept. 2013, at 15:57, Gg <garystevengevisser> wrote:

Subject: nuclear power – conventional wisdom that is not always right says “Cheap to produce and the nuclear industry put at market price that causes all the cost of living to go up”,

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