Criticize Israel?—Cause distress to a Jew anywhere?—
And wind up in an Israeli prison?—or be executed?
by Tom Mysiewicz
Abridged by Lasha Darkmoon
IN AN ISRAELI PRISON
Max Boot and other Jewish neoconservatives have long argued that mere criticism of Israel, or anything Jewish, is anti-Semitism. Even the goyish George W. Bush gave his blessing to this theory at the May 18th, 2004 meeting of AIPAC. And now, it appears the Trump Justice Department is taking up where Bush left off and allowing the trial of a U.S. “hate” criminal in Israel—an accused Jewish provocateur said to have made hundreds (perhaps 2000) bomb and other threats to U.S. synagogues , legislators, organizations and individuals in 2016-17.
On February 28th, 2018 the U.S. Department of Justice announced the indictment for hate crimes of Michael Ron David Kadar (19), a dual-loyalist U.S.-Israeli citizen. The indictment followed a joint FBI-Israeli National Police investigation, not long after Kadar’s loosened leg shackles allowed him to briefly escape custody following an Israeli court hearing. He almost got away.
“The indictment…is part of a broader nationwide fight against hate, terror, and threats in all of their forms,” explained Jessie Jessie K. Liu, U.S. Attorney for D.C. While not stated in the indictment, it’s my belief Kadar was betrayed by his large Bitcoin (BTC) wallet. Bitcoin transactions are easily traceable by national and international intelligence and police agencies.
Kadar is currently charged in three U.S. jurisdictions: Florida, Georgia and Washington, D.C. However only the indictment from the Middle District of Florida charges Kadar with hate crimes as a result of threatening calls to Jewish Community Centers in the state beginning on or about Jan. 4th, 2017, and continuing until Feb. 27th, 2017. The Feds allege Kadar made multiple calls involving bomb threats and active shooter threats. This Florida indictment charges Kadar with attempting to obstruct the free exercise of religion at the Jewish Community Centers when he made the bomb threats and active shooter threats.
Michael Ron David Kadar, a Jewish American, is said by his mother to be autistic and to have a brain tumour. This apparently explains why he should threaten Jewish institutions in US with multiple bomb threats.
The threats now attributed to Kadar were first blamed on so-called Neo-Nazis and white supremacists supposedly fired up by the victory of “Pepe” and Trump. These false-flag threats inspired new calls for expanded hate-crime legislation and censorship. While I do not generally subscribe to the views of Dennis Prager, he does make the slightly overstated (but generally valid) point that 90% of the post-election bomb threats to synagogues and Jewish organizations may have been from Kadar and the remaining 10% of these threats and attacks–blamed on whites–were made by a disgruntled black journalist.
As yet, no apology has been made to the wrongly-accused white community.
In fact, the ADL even doubled down on the hate-crime meme after the revelation the false-flag terrorist was Jewish—possibly taking a gamble that Americans are truly too stupid to notice. In a press release, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said “…these threats were acts of anti-Semitism and deserve to be treated as a hate crime…They targeted Jewish institutions in order to stoke fear and anxiety, and put the entire Jewish community on high alert.”
It is claimed this alleged paid Jewish provocateur and owner of a multimillion-shekel Bitcoin (BTC) wallet – Kadar – is a dual national with Israeli citizenship, allowing his trial in Israel for offenses within U.S. jurisdiction. Would that logic hold for a Russian accused of poisoning a double agent in the UK? Would Russia have a right to try such an individual in Russia by nature of his dual Russian-UK citizenship?
In any case, while Kadar may be guilty of many of the charged crimes, he is clearly not guilty of the hate crimes—which require proof he intended harm to the Jewish organizations because they were Jewish. Nor did his claimed autism and brain tumors stop him from accumulating substantial wealth in excess of $500,000 in the course of his alleged hate crimes. A quote attributed to Kadar’s father makes my point:
“To all the Jews in the United States, I want to convey an unequivocal message. We are very sorry, from the bottom of our hearts….We are good Jews, we do not hate you. There was no hatred here…He was motivated solely by the disease.”
Kadar’s mother was quoted in the same source as stating: “When someone has a brain tumor, in the middle of their brain, there is no reason, there is no logic, there is a dysfunction.” This view echoes that of Kadar’s Israeli lawyer, Shira Nir, who apparently seeks to get her client medical treatment in Israel rather than jail time.
No disrespect intended but I disagree with his father who reportedly also has brain tumors yet works in the Israeli-advanced-electronics sector, nor do I agree with Kadar’s mother.
Kadar was not motivated by insanity but by money. He may have hated ordinary Americans but he certainly did not hate American Jews. He reportedly even had a price schedule for bomb threats and other services, including framing up innocent individuals as the perpetrators. He was reportedly paid quite well for providing these services, hence my classification of him, if convicted, as a provocateur for hire.
Remember that Jewish organizations in the U.S. and overseas directly benefitted in terms of increased funding resulting funding resulting from Kadar’s alleged false-flag threats. They had been facing large Federal budget cuts to their security funding. In spite of this (or perhaps because of it?) organizations like the ADL curiously continue to insist he is a “hate criminal” and even demand Kadar’s extradition to the U.S. to face trial! It is virtually certain Israel will not do this as I believe their real goal is to try him for these crimes in Israel.
Case closed? An important question remains: with easy cases on a variety of ordinary criminal offenses, and knowing Kadar was Jewish and Israeli, why did the Trump Justice Dept. commence proceedings to begin prosecuting Kadar for US hate crimes?
Some speculate this is a Trump “white hat” crackdown on false-flag Jewish terrorism. I disagree. The indictments were pursued with full knowledge that Israel will not extradite him to the U.S., even if he is convicted in absentia here. And why are Jewish organizations so supportive of prosecuting a fellow Jew instead of simply covering for the perpetrator as is commonly done in cases where the provocateur is careless enough to be caught? Almost always in such cases pleas are made for compassion and therapy for the poor guilty party. Not this time.
My alternative view is that someone is trying to set a precedent.
Kadar didn’t take any physical action against U.S. Jews but only made threats. He’s a U.S. citizen who technically committed crimes in the U.S. and yet may be tried in Israel. Which should interest non-MSM bloggers considered “enemies” by Israel and Jewry. A harsh new law, proposed by Israeli Communications Minister Ayoub Kara, could even see reporters and journalists who criticize the Israeli government over their treatment of Palestinians, for instance, face the ultimate penalty: execution in Israel for alleged “crimes” committed by non-Jewish American citizens in the U.S.
In 2014 Benjamin Netanyahu’s pushed through an official redefinition of the State of Israel—as the national home of the Jewish people worldwide—asserting the right of Israel to try any non-Jew it alleged had committed an offense (such as a so-called hate crime) against any Jew anywhere in the world.
Israel is the only country in the world without a constitution or national boundaries making it a natural candidate for this type of despotism.
In a nutshell, thanks to the myriad of “hate crime” laws passed in Europe, Australia, Canada and the U.S., the proposed official redefinition of Israel’s status paves the way for the extradition and trial of critics of Israel in Israel. By Israeli Sec. 13 definition, criticism of Israel, Zionists or any Jew anywhere in the world can be criminal if a Jew anywhere in the world claims such statements caused, say, emotional distress or mental problems.
The Kadar bomb-threat case, which may set a precedent regarding future trials of foreign nationals in Israel, could not come a moment too soon for Netanyahu, who is himself facing prosecution for corruption.
While the deck is stacked against defendants in U.S. courts, the system of Israeli jurisprudence is light years beyond that. The accused is guilty until proven innocent and much of the law is based on old British law as it existed in the Palestinian Mandate before 1948. Jewish religious teachings do not recognize the testimony of non-Jews as having any legal merit. Torture is frequently employed in Israeli prisons. Prisoners can spend several years waiting for trial. The defenders appointed for non-Jewish prisoners are often incompetent, intimidated or “suicidal.” Convictions can result in the death penalty for non-Jews. And even if acquitted by miracle in some higher Israeli appeals court, the defendant can be threatened and have the remainder of his life ruined.
This abridged article can be read in its entirety here