Controlled Media Suppresses Scientist’s ‘Big Secret’
By Michael Collins Piper
Although we are not likely to ever know whether accused anthrax terrorist Bruce Ivins really committed suicide, one particularly interesting aspect of the case has been buried by the mass media in America.
Although page after page of excruciatingly detailed information about Ivins’ personal life and career appeared in the major newspapers, the “big secret” about Ivins has been blacked out: he was a virulent Muslim-bashing supporter of Israel, a Christian by faith who trumpeted the mantra that the Jews are “God’s Chosen People.”
The Jewish Telegraph Agency acknowledged candidly on August 4 that these facts about Ivins were, in its words, “significant” because the notes accompanying the anthrax sent to various locales were designed to appear as though they were written by “a radical Islamist,” featuring such rhetoric as “Death to America, Death to Israel, Allah is Great.”
The JTA article, which was published in Jewish community newspapers across America, revealed that the Frederick (Maryland) News Post had recently republished several letters that Ivins had written to that newspaper over the last several years, including one in which Ivins praised a rabbi for refusing to engage in dialogue with a Muslim cleric. Ivins wrote:
“By blood and faith, Jews are God’s chosen, and have no need for ‘dialogue’ with any gentile.” (The term “gentile” is a term of derision often openly used by Jews to refer to non-Jews, essentially meaning that non-Jews are akin to insensate beasts.)
But no major media in America took note of these revelations regarding Ivins’ ideology. And it has hardly even been noted on the Internet. A Google search of the Internet on August 17 of the terms “Ivins” and “God’s chosen” indicated only 564 references. A similar search of Google’s “news” section on the Internet indicated only four references to this story—and none of those references were in the pages of The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times or any other “mainstream” daily newspaper.
Clearly, the masters of the media determined that American newspaper readers had the right to know the most personal details of Ivins’ life, but chose not to permit those readers to know of the pro-Israel ideological fervor that drove Ivins to mask his murderous attacks as the work of Muslim terrorists.
After all, this might cause Americans to raise questions as to whether other acts of terrorism—ascribed to “Muslim terrorists”—were really the work of Muslims at all, but instead “false flag” measures by Israel and its adherents to turn Americans against the Muslim world.
And if Ivins was involved in the mailing of anthrax-laden letters after 9-11, was he acting alone or at the behest of others?
Both Mark Glenn and Victor Thorn have written authoritative articles for AFP regarding the Ivins case. Among other things, they noted data suggesting Ivins was murdered and and evidence pointing toward involvement in the anthrax affair by yet another pro-Israel scientist, Philip Zack. Zack is accused of trying to frame a Muslim colleague for the crime.
So the entirety of the scenario remains a mystery. What we do know is that the controlled media is not telling us everything we need to know.
(Issue # 35, September 1, 2008)