Thursday, September 16, 2010

Ex-Israel, NY police devised 'terror list' in Pennsylvania

Are we surprised who is involved in this new blatant attempt to crush the 1st amendment? Once again we catch Israel's dirty little fingers in the pie. As for Ed Rendell, I used to like him but it's all over now. I don't believe he didn't know.  He just got caught.  Otherwise he'd fire those responsible now wouldn't he? ~jg

By Brad Bumsted and Andrew Conte
Thursday, September 16, 2010

An obscure York nonprofit with ties to Philadelphia University and Jerusalem is behind the state Homeland Security agency's monitoring of protesters, environmentalists and gays, documents show.

The Institute of Terrorism Research and Response is headed by Michael Perelman, who formerly worked for the York City Police Department, and Aaron Richman, a former police captain in the Israeli capital, according to filings with the Pennsylvania Department of State.

Gov. Ed Rendell apologized Tuesday after the disclosure that the state Office of Homeland Security paid the institute $125,000 for weekly reports the agency used to put Marcellus shale hearings and a gay and lesbian festival on terror watch lists for law enforcement.

"We are appalled at what we have learned so far about these reports," said Witold Walczak, legal director for the ACLU of Pennsylvania. "It all smacks of J. Edgar Hoover. Saying that no harm was done is simplistic. Just raising questions about a group or a person can cause harm. Dissent does not equal danger."

Perelman declined to comment but provided a statement that explained in general terms what his organization does:

"The mission of the Institute of Terrorism Research and Response is to identify and analyze information that can be leveraged to prevent injury, loss of life and destruction of property. At times, that means providing guidance on the potential for deadly actions."

Richman could not be reached for comment.

Rendell said Wednesday he does not plan to fire anyone in his administration because what happened was the "collective responsibility" of state Homeland Security and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency. He has appointed a task force headed by Steven Crawford, his chief of staff, to investigate the state's contract with the institute and how to distribute security alerts in the future.

Homeland Security did not put the one-year contract with the institute up for bid because the state Department of General Services determined no other company could provide a similar service, said Maria Finn, a Homeland Security spokeswoman.

The institute's website provides few details about Perelman and Richman.

They formed the company six years ago in York to provide "on-site educational seminars on institutional security against terrorism and other threats," a state filing shows. Three years later, in 2007, they formed a nonprofit foundation for "enhancing anti-terror training."

Richman works as an assistant professor at Philadelphia University, which identifies him as a former police captain in Jerusalem, a paramedic and a doctoral candidate in Public Policy and Homeland Security.

Rendell insisted at a Downtown news conference that while Homeland Security disseminated information about groups to law enforcement, the agency did not monitor protests. No video or photo surveillance was conducted, either, he said.

"If this wasn't so wrong, it would be laughable," said state Rep. Doug Reichley, R-Allentown.

A spokesman for House Minority Leader Sam Smith, R-Punxsutawney, asked how the contract was awarded. "I'm wondering, who are these people, who vetted them, and who chose them in the first place?" Stephen Miskin said. "Instead of spending $125,000 to spy on protesters, you could look at the governor's budget cuts and look at what else could have been funded."

Several House Republicans, including Reichley, called for the House government committee to investigate the contract and others doled out during the Rendell administration with "no oversight," Miskin said.



  2. "Rendell said Wednesday he does not plan to fire anyone in his administration because what happened was the “collective responsibility” of state Homeland Security and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency."

    'Collective responsibility'...a euphemism for "no one is to blame, especially me", which has become the typical dodge of illegitimate authorities in the post modern era.

    Of course this whole affair is another typical Zionist bullshit con game on ignorant Amerika.


  3. Rampant corruption by extortion, greed or blackmail for total control by Israel to run the Psywar and global eye.

    I am posting the pice I was working on from 1976 and the Octopus. THis shit gets so deep as to implicate a thousand for trial and execution and trails the blood of 400 plus who knew too much.

  4. Okay, so Rendell's (and don't believe he didn't know, that's bullshit) personal goon squad is The Institute of Terrorism Research and Response. A look at their partners page

    uncovers a whole slew of Israelis, in several of the organizations. One partner, in particular, reveals why animal rights activists are being targeted:

    Rachel Maddow has Rendell on frequently. She slobbers all over him. Will she be slobbering now that she knows about his goons targeting gays? OF COURSE SHE WILL because, above all, she works for the NWO totalitarians, as does Rendell and the Pennsylvania machine.

  5. Sec. 241. Conspiracy against rights

    If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or
    intimidate any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth,
    Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any
    right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of
    the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same;
    If two or more persons go in disguise on the highway, or on the
    premises of another, with intent to prevent or hinder his free
    exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege so secured -
    They shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than
    ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in
    violation of this section or if such acts include kidnapping or an
    attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or an attempt to commit
    aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, they shall be fined
    under this title or imprisoned for any term of years or for life,
    or both, or may be sentenced to death.

    Each and every one of these traitors needs to be prosecuted

  6. Nice addition Renai. There was a time when citizens could actually form a grand jury on their own and prosecute such malfeasance. Of course these rights were 'reovoked' by statute....ultra vires of the Constitution.


  7. Hey nice work Renai! It's no surprise they are heavily vested in the production of disease errrrr I mean vaccines. Words cannot convey the anger I feel the more we peel back the layers of that rotting onion.

  8. The list of treasonous bastards just keeps growing. Even with all the prisons being built, I don't think there will be enough to hold them all by the time we reach 2012.

  9. Laws only apply to riff-raff. When they speak of justus, its just us.

  10. It gets better ...

    A further article on the firm's website, dated September 2008, states that all of the intelligence information the firm collects in the United States is sent for analysis to Israel. "All of the information ITRR's staff creates is sent to its monitoring center in Jerusalem, where it is analyzed and verified with other local sources."

  11. .pdf of the "intelligence" bulletins here

  12. I remember reading about Israeli spying on Americans for the govt a while back and being outraged then.

    Let's not forget, it was Philadelphia that gave those kids the laptops with the hidden cameras and then spied on them at home. Pennsylvania is turning into the stasi state.

    I was born and raised in a suburb outside of Philly. Seems my City of Brotherly Love has turned into the City of Big Brother.

  13. Dave Lindorff
    The surprise disclosure that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, through its state Homeland Security Agency, along with a number of local police departments in the state, have been employing a private Israeli security company with strong links to Mossad and the Israeli Defense Force to spy on law-abiding citizens, grows increasingly disturbing when the website of the company, called the Institute of Terrorism Research and Response, is examined.

    So...the assertion that the US is Zionist occupied territory cannot be said to be in any way hysterical paranoia--but indeed straight forward and factual.


  14. On a very positive note Jersey;

    This single article by Lindorff has received 1,569,302 hits.

    The Zionists time of reckoning is not far off, me thinks.


  15. ...And 7 out of 10 of our COTO visitors at this very moment are international.

    Give'm a big smile.


  16. "City of Brotherly Love has turned into the City of Big Brother..."JG


    It's got quite a 'ring' to it aye?


  17. Kitat Konenut which means “rapid response units”, new Jewish paramilitary organization coming soon to a neighborhood near you.

    Check this out. Amazing; Zionist paramilitary units training throughout US.