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Serve their purpose – Fwd: This is Gary. We met earlier.

From: GaryStevenGevisser <garystevengevisser@gmail.com>

Subject: Serve their purpose – Fwd: This is Gary. We met earlier.
Date: October 19, 2016 at 3:11:28 AM PDT
To: noarotem77@gmail.comeldspro@gmail.com
Cc: rest; Geoffrey Rothwell Phd – Principal Economist at De Beers controlled, US Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, headquartered in Paris, France. Former 27 year senior Stanford University lecturer, Rothwell is considered the world authority on the pricing of enriched uranium, but failed to include the military component and its aftermath.” <Geoffrey.ROTHWELL@oecd.org>, osh.dave@gmail.com, “South African-British solicitor Ray Oshry – classmate of Gary Gevisser and GG’s murdered cousin Sandy Moshal Jacobson [1957-1997]. R. Oshry remains a FB friend of GG.” <ray.oshry@haroldbenjamin.com>, South African Air Force-RAF Squadron Eleven Wing Commander Colin Sinclair + Natalie Sinclair <sinclaircn@telkomsa.net>, “Matthew Margo – Senior attorney CBS – 60 Minutes.” <matthewmargo@aol.com>, “Rod Margo Esquire – FB friend of Gary Gevisser.” <rdmargo@att.net>, Randall – Jump Investors <Randall@jumpinvestors.com>, “Jeffrey R. Krinsk Esq.” 
 
When I wrote to you last evening, and had the choice of focusing on you or my “briefing” to Guy Bechor who Israelis either hate or love and even those who hate him think he is a huge intellect, I did not realize it was the 16th anniversary of sending out my first limited broadcast, and were my father alive today, he would be 93.
 
Not to mention, on December 1, 2000, the 27th anniversary of Ben Gurion’s passing, which also happened to be 9 months and 11 days exactly prior to 9/11, I sent out my largest ever broadcast that included 14 addendums. It was a invitation to my NEW BEGINNINGS party
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that I held at my office-residence in Del Mar, California.
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It was addressed to Randall Kaplan of the internet algorithm company, Akamai whose shares last traded on Dec. 1, 2000 at exactly $27, not a penny more, or a penny less. Kaplan’s partner and Chief Technology Officer of Akamai was billionaire Daniel Lewin, who was most likely the first victim of 9/11 as this former Sayeret Matkal officer flew in the business class section of American Airlines 11, the first to hit the Twin Towers.
 
To mention little of when you get to the bottom of chapter 18, THE AMERICAN CONSPIRACY of Edward Jay Epstein’s epic non-fiction novel, THE DIAMOND INVENTION book that is available free on The Internet – CLICK HERE – note that there is a hyperlink taking you to Kaplan University which you have probably never heard about.
 
To mention in passing, soon I will be writing an “open letter” to Zuckerberg and you wouldn’t be surprised that the owner of Kaplan University is on the board of directors of Facebook.
 
The chances of neither of you having got my earlier email are pretty low.
 
In my follow up to Bechor who I am probably going to bypass and go directly to Netanyahu and the Knesset, I will share all that I have learned about Israeli society during this month long trip whose original purpose was just to visit with my 87 year old mother who on September 22, the day after we arrived spoke her brilliant mind, and yet 7 days before an Israeli judge bought into her having “advanced dementia”.
 
Don’t worry it all turns out good in the end as each of us including the little and big crabs that most humans can’t get enough of because they so love their meat, serve their purpose, as does each coincidence.
 

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Begin forwarded message:
From: GaryStevenGevisser <garystevengevisser@gmail.com>
Subject: This is Gary. We met earlier.
Date: October 18, 2016 at 10:19:08 PM GMT+3

 

The 77 in your email address had me thinking of the birthday “gift” I gave my father on his 77th birthday, Oct. 18, 2000

 
An insider-outsider’s perspective of a President all “set-up-set” to win the Middle East chess game – Gary Steven Gevisser, October 18, 2000 [1]
The uncertainty facing President Clinton of not knowing whether he has been already served lamb or duck or simply about to be served up himself is causing him much anxiety. The unraveling of the peace process means more than his Middle East policy going up in smoke; it is the unraveling of his whole sense of being. Neither his shortfalls on his domestic policy agenda nor the degradation of the impeachment proceedings is having as much of a negative effect on his emotional state.
This President, the eternal optimistic, has always had an abundance of self-confidence in his ability to “make his case” – relying on his ability to charm, most importantly, his certainty in his intellectual capacity to reason even if it meant having to negotiate with the Devil himself. As he reflects back on what went wrong he may begin to ask the question of whether he was “set up” by those within Government who are more tenured than any President. He would not be the first intellectual who ends up playing second fiddle to those who really call the shots.
Clinton bought into the belief that the process of Israel giving up land in exchange for an overall peace settlement, once promulgated by many Jewish figures around the world was the only way to guarantee the long-term survival of Israel. This President is no anti-Semite. His historical perspective of the importance of the State of Israel, not only to Jewish people but also as beacon of “not forgetting” past wrongs appears genuine.
Believing he was right, he jumped in with all fours, immersing himself in the detail of the negotiations, believing that he was mediating amongst individuals who were not only tired of fighting but who, like he, were interested in their own legacy, that they too were politicians who needed to maintain a leadership mandate for their own political survival. Like any Western intellectual, his thought processes, however, were out of sync with the pace of the Middle East where the past and the present are all intertwined.
He had no concept of what “legacy” means to either Barak or to Arafat. Barak’s political uncertainty, although weighing heavily in every decision, has never overshadowed his understanding of the realities the State of Israel faces today, no different than at any time in its entire history. Arafat, on the other hand, knows only what he has experienced and is fearful like any Arab leader of “sharing” the fruits of peace, which require the dexterity of knowing how to trade skill-sets more akin to the Arab Market in Jerusalem than to the pulpits promulgating the dogma of hatred.
It is Clinton’s hard-core, fundamental belief in the American Constitution that is at the heart of what had him barking up the wrong tree. The problems of the Middle East have little to do with the lack of sensitivities on either side; the swaggering of those left and right of center; of an Israeli policeman with a gun cocked looking more omnipotent than a kid with a stone and sling or the prospects of one group, 200 million strong versus 6 million head-strong who border a sea that shows no signs of dividing. The age old problems belong to the basic principles of when in doubt, when under attack, when your whole being has no logical basis in terms of what is right, one turns to one of the oldest tricks in the trade.
Pointing fingers to deflect one’s problems has been tried and tested going back more than 4,000 years. While Israel exists, its dictatorially-led neighbors are at risk. Today, the world is more understanding that the Palestinian shout is a Despot’s weapon of deflection; that it is not about the holy city Jerusalem just like it is not about the city of Medina, to name just one other Muslim holy place.
However many Palestinians were displaced in the mid to late 1940s, it is insignificant to the 40 plus million refugees after the 2nd World War who were displaced and who had to find new accommodation elsewhere. The Palestinians, the “industrious Jews” of the Arab world, have been a threat to the Arab rulers going back to the year dot. Solve the Palestinian problem and you expose the harshness of the totalitarian regimes.
President Clinton was “up-set” from the word go and now he knows it.
A possible solution:
Should the hostilities continue, Israel might want to consider placing an embargo, sector-by-sector, region-by-region, extending the embargo if necessary to every dictator-led neighbor, lifting the blockade only as each region takes steadfast strides to “democratize” under the umbrella of “nation building” or any other feel-good term.
Enforcement would include a total no-fly zone over each region. Should any country defy the blockade, then Israel should extend its reach. Israel does not call on the rest of the world to assist directly but calls on the peoples of the world to support their cause.
Never before in history are the peoples of the world more in tune with the injustices and risks that Israel faces today. Now is a unique moment in time for Israel whose options to defend itself in years to come will become even more limited, to take the initiative to bring about freedom in other places around the world. This may not secure its survival but at least it will allow the Jewish State to exist on a more level playing field with every other democratic country.
The logistics of pulling off such an action although “expansive” in nature will require only tactical shrewdness to execute. Today, the world understands Israel’s resolve. Tomorrow might be a different story. The Arabs leaders, in particular, understand the mentality of a united Jewish people; they understand the joke of asking ten Jewish people a question and getting eleven different answers is a Semitic joke and Jews simply tell it more often.
The risks:
The question of Israel’s military to sustain such an action is a function of Israel’s will to impose its forces in a deliberate manner to win over those in the Arab communities who see a brighter future for themselves by not warring with Israel; for all the “industrious” to begin to stand tall. All peoples should recognize that Israel is committed to bringing to an end the rhetoric and subversive actions for which it has no defense in the long run.
The potency of Israel’s military resources to engage in such an action will come down to the intestinal fortitude of Israelis who have in recent times got a taste of the good life, some of which has begun to show on the expanded waistlines walking around the high-fashion circles of Tel Aviv, a “fashion trend” that began nearly three decades ago.
There is another risk, which may pose a greater risk than that of an “expanded” conflict. The risk is that of the United States military establishment feeling impotent. The U.S. military would have to step down while Israel takes control. The U.S. military may never fully replenish its “testosterone,” for a more peaceful world – even just a peaceful Middle East, could put a significant dent in the multi-trillion dollar military procurement business.
The U.S. military brass have a penchant for stirring the pot in more hot spots other than the Middle East; placing U.S. troops in harm’s way without proper support and “reconnaissance systems” in place. (The USS Cole is but one example; Vietnam has its share of horror stories.) When all warring sides have expended their inventories, especially the one on the brink of total defeat, the call for “nation building” blasts through the halls of Congress. Israelis have a history of hearing promises made, promises not kept. We should not forget that the Marshal Plan was a promise kept following the delivery of “death blows” to both the Japanese and the Germans; thank you Allies, thank you President Roosevelt for eventually doing the right thing and thank you America for finally waking up.
When the Yom Kippur War broke out on October 6th 1973 and Israeli forces were overrun on both the Syrian and Egyptian borders only after Nixon and Kissinger were threatened with the prospects of Israel introducing nuclear weapons on to the battlefield was the order given eight days later to re-supply. It took another 8 days before Israel saw those supplies on its shores. By October 24th the War was over. Having come back from the depths of defeat, the Israelis were eventually forced back from delivering a “death blow” to the 100,000 strong Egyptian 3rd Army with its Soviet brass in command, who were facing the same prospects.
Not only was Israel prevented from “milking” such a defeat for all it was worth at the settlement talks, more importantly, it may have had a chilling effect on those promulgating the Cold War, perhaps bringing it to an end that much sooner. Despite the protestations of the brass-ring folks, the Kremlin would not have risked intervening with their own troops nor would they have risked introducing nuclear weapons in to the “Israeli no-fly” zone. One other example of promises not kept; in 1991 after the Iraqi SCUD missiles had taken their toll on Tel-Aviv, the “brass” failed to follow through on their commitment to “finish off Sadam.” At the point of delivering another “death blow” they paused,
“Better the Devil you know than the one you don’t.”
This argument has had more sway with the general public than the argument that Jonathan Pollard, the Jewish American intelligence officer who shared secrets pertaining to Israel’s security with other Israeli intelligence officers, is less than the Devil incarnate. A better argument, perhaps, equally ridiculous, is that Pollard knows something about U.S. naval intelligence plans to “draw fire.”
Anyone who believes Israel cannot enforce a “no-fly” zone over its front and backyards should not forget how Israel in 1967 caught its Arab neighbors with all their troops massed, completely “ at footed” [sic]. Although it wasn’t that long ago, for those with shorter memories, pictures exist that graphically illustrate that Israel’s enemies were at one time well-heeled, certainly as they positioned themselves at the start.
Trading a temporary blockage in exchange for the eventual freedom of all the peoples of the region to work requires wisdom and an understanding of how to plant the right seeds in fertile soil, giving credit where it may not necessarily be due, but which makes it political suicide to oppose. This would include developing “business plans” that have the support of the international business community. Americans, in particular, get tops marks for putting on “dog and pony” shows.
These gentlemen and gentlewomen could graphically demonstrate that when the flood-gates open all those who put up the goodies will see much more than what they ever believed possible. Even if it turns out that only a small portion of them are telling the truth the region will benefit more than at anytime in history.
Clinton will not let his most important concern, his legacy, get in the way of any man-made objects. Concerns such as the continued flow of oil from that region of the world making its way to the West, would simply have to wait for George W [Bush] to get into office to see if we can trust his lips or we simply sit back, relax and rely on the Israeli Defense Forces to do their thing, with or without President Clinton swallowing a tablet or tTOo – (no bitter-pill pun intended).
Despite all the unspoiled sand throughout the Arab lands, the microchip and the intelligence circuits remain Israel’s advantage. Only those on the far right or those on the far left, often indistinguishable, would dare to disagree. We should be deliberate in our questioning of those who do not seek a permanent solution. First, we should explore who will sign their paychecks tomorrow and on that basis begin to discount their standings.
Tactical suggestions (for non-military brass):
Measures would have to be taken to ensure that the financial markets are given proper briefings and most importantly, those leaders/governing bodies in the business world clearly understand the importance of the mission. Businessmen, perhaps even more so businesswomen, who think three times before cocking their guns, would need to understand that any unfair profiteering will be dealt with quickly and decisively.
Possible result:
A convergence of time and space, bringing the past together with the future, triangulating the interests of men as different as Barak, Arafat and Clinton and bringing them in to a communion that would make each one of their wives proud. A wise man said, “There are only two who truly know you, God and your spouse.”
 
 
About the Author, (in his own words):
I am a 43-year-old Jewish American raised in South Africa. My firsthand experience of what Israel means to Jewish people and Israelis, in particular, goes back to when I spent four months visiting and studying in Israel along with a group of other 15-year-old high school kids. Our base was Sde Boker, near Beersheba, in Israel’s Negev desert. My firsthand brush with past-meets-future took place during a half-hour talk given to our group by Ben Gurion, the first Prime Minister of Israel, on the small patch of lawn in front of his house. It took place two months to the day since we arrived on September 1st, 1972.
He was in the twilight of his life and expressed his appreciation for those who had contributed to the formation and survival of the State of Israel; helping turn this least desired part of the desert, without the rich mineral resources, into an abundance of green pastures. Ben-Gurion’s dreams and hopes for the future were now being reflected back-forth as we made eye contact with him. As he began to speak the sound of the military maneuvers taking place within a rifle shot also commenced, but we listened riveted. Until that day the significance of the need for a Jewish State, the horrors of Holocaust had come from stories about relatives who couldn’t get out in time, at times thinking quietly to myself, “if only their parents had taught them how to read a compass.”
Until that moment, not even the massacre of Israeli athletes at the Olympics less than two months earlier had affected our playtime. The lecture given the next day, however, on the horrors of the Holocaust helped me begin to remove the masks I had placed on others’ faces.
My father’s logbooks had also been of fleeting interest. His escapades during the 2nd World War targeting German trains, often decoys, were not worth bragging about to my friends since they seemed less believable than the home movies we use to see of shows like “The man from uncle” – (TV only arrived in South Africa in the mid seventies). Besides none of their fathers had flown about the skies day after day over northern Italy, above cities like Parma, which were now far off the beaten tracks of our regular vacation spots.
Even the comic books offered better graphics to stimulate the imagination than pictures of old planes and guys often with Xs blocking out their faces. Certainly none of my friends would have believed the one time after darting through a blanket of AK AK with the target obscured by dust from previous bomb bursts, my father pulled up a little late before releasing his three, five-hundred-pound bombs, and still managed to score a “D/H”.
Despite my popularity, a consequence of my mother’s penchant for bringing home the “most beautiful women in South Africa”, my standing on the “A List” would have suffered horribly had I then proceeded to tell a story of how my father got back to his base despite his electrical system, undercarriage, wings and tailplane having been severely damaged by his own bombs exploding.
Certainly, the fatal blow would have been my informing them that his basic training in Vereeniging, South Africa, achieving an overall “above average,” had saved his life as he approached the landing strip at home base. Perhaps, what prevented me most from swaggering was that they all knew my Dad; so how could I tell a story about someone who never once tooted his own horn, not even to this day.
On that day Ben-Gurion gave new meaning to the sense of achievement of those like my father who were only three years older than us “twots” seated cross-legged before him. He also certified that, had my father and his friends known about the railway lines that were being used to transport 6 million Jews to their death, they would have acted with or without orders from above, for they were no more than a sling-shot away.
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Ben Gurion knew they were very well trained in making every ordinance count, where “Direct Hits” had a lot to do with going in low and fast. He seemed to remember that prior to the outbreak of the War of Independence in 1948 many of these pilots still not of legal drinking age performed missions for which they had received no training as fighter-bomber-pilots. Their resourcefulness in retrieving munitions and aircraft hidden from their American Commanding Officers prior to the surrender of the Nazis, blunted the waves of attacks of those who now sought to reclaim this now-so-desired territory, who also had the vision to forecast that the Jewish head-strong would one day create a land that tTOo flowed with milk and honey and silicon to boot.
Thirteen months later to the day, Ben-Gurion died. He is buried a stone’s throw away from that very green patch of lawn.
[1] Today is my father’s 77th birthday. His World War II logbooks along with the wings which bear the lipstick imprint of his “shiksa” girlfriend’s “good luck” kiss before he went off on 1 of his 71 missions are today, together with the diary I kept of my own escapades as 15-year-old ulpanic, my prized possessions. My Ulpanic buddies should not panic as there are currently bigger environmentally dysfunctional fish to fry.
 

Noa, we return to the States early Friday morning, but we could still meet again, although email is the best way to communicate.

 
The information I shared with you should have made it easy for you to read that “gift” to my father who died on August 27, 2012. He also didn’t write his autobiography. He would also agree with me that the right title for his biography would be, 
 
My life as an Allied Fighter-Bomber-Pilot and the aftermath of the Nazi victory.
 

Remember a couple of things:

 
First, you know nothing about how the money is valued and distributed because you don’t anything about the mining-drilling industry because the educational curriculum is severely flawed throughout the world.
 
Second, when your ears heard for the first time my words, “Those who know, don’t talk; those who don’t, do all the talking; once you tell a secret it is no longer a secret”, you felt the need to talk but you realized that you couldn’t add anything to those most important words which when you combine them with point number, it should have you very eager to learn before the next producer I run into decides they don’t want to be the last one to ignore the truth.
 
It is inevitable that the world will wake up, not because the human is good, but simply based on the numbers.
 
If you believe that there is more to coincidences than random events, then you are one of the very few enlightened.
 
I don’t know what advertising was done for this showing but the low turnout and the incredibly few questions that were asked tells me that Elad should see great opportunity to shake up all the flakes.
 
I would like to know more of your background and where your funding is coming from.
 
I have a few questions for Elad:
 
How did your parents react to the movie? Do you have siblings, and what is their reaction? How do your mates in your unit feel about your resigning from the IDF? Have you lost any friends? What is your biggest disappointment after resigning your commission? Are you happy with your decision?
 
All the best,
 
Gary
 
PS – Bear in mind, President Clinton on his last day in office, January 20, 2001, granted oil trader Marc Rich a pardon. Neither of you are expected to know that you only make money consistently trading oil is by funding all sides to war, when you cannot lose. On February 1, 12 days later, the Jerusalem Post published my first of 4 letters, none of which prevented Ahud Barak from not only getting very rich but not shy to show his newfound wealth:
 
Title: Heads up, you lose. Tails we all lose
 
Dear Jonathan Pollard;
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.
This debacle also makes a mockery of your fight for true justice. Although you have now shown remorse, into your 16th year for providing Israel with a “heads up”, your biggest mistake was that you should have charged more, stashed it away in Switzerland, and you would have got your comeuppance a little sooner. Where was your Yiddisha kop?
Your pal, Israel’s premier Barak, became so mesmerized by the glitter of “Richy Rich” that he failed to grasp that Rich’s under-the-table deals paved the way for Israel enemies to hit soft targets. It is ironic that while your actions strengthened Israel’s security, Rich’s brokerage operation softened the will of Israelis resulting in the embrace of spiked peace initiatives. Surely you are also wondering if Mr. Barak’s source of newfound wisdom comes from reading the funnies having forgotten the History of the Jews.
Barak brings shame to Jewish people who grew up believing that when push comes to shove our leaders would know better than to sell their souls in return for a good shmooze albeit with a womanizer supposedly with a good head, wouldn’t you agree? None of us should be all that surprised by Clinton’s call. His actions were simply in character but don’t try arguing that point to our senators Feinstein and Boxer.
The tail this pardon leaves may yet come back to bite us all. In prison you are safe from terrorist actions. Here in Del Mar surfing conditions have been pretty good lately, but who knows what sharks may appear as the oceans warm up.
Hang tight. Odds are help may yet come knocking on your door but don’t count on the Democrats.
Gary S. Gevisser
Del Mar, California
 

Note, when weapons manufacturers supply all sides to war, they first back both the political parties in power as well as the opposition; hence the only difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is that they have different names. The same of course applies to political parties everywhere else.

 
PS 2 – Soon I will be following up with Guy Bechor. 

 

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