To: Tacis; robowombat
According to Gordon Thomas, author of "Seeds of Fire", the main reason Israel wants Pollard back is because of his analytical ability to decipher intel signals gathered through use of the stolen PROMIS software and with what Pollard still knows of what he saw and stole he would be invaluable to the Mossad, and everyone they do business with, which has included the Red Chinese. Israel's actions have shown they care not about the US, only what we can do for them. They have penetrated and compromised the deepest security of the US and should not be trusted to act in our best interest. But knee-jerk fanactics dont care about this. Someone has warped the Bible to fit with modern day Israel and the end times and they dont care about the getting to the facts, just their own emotions.
In other words, it would be the height of treason to let him go, with what the US knows that Israel and Pollard both know.
The other thing about this article that reeks is that the author seeks to compare Pollard to Clinton and therefore lessen the impact of Pollard's crimes to this country. What a zionist red herring. I will no longer look at Lobaido's articles the same way.
To: DrLiberty; Tacis
What you both said. Pollard is a traitor and must pay the price of his treason. Whether the Israelis want him for himself, as an example and encouragement to the rest of the (perhaps hundreds of) Israeli spies in the US, or for his ability to commit further treason to the US, is irrelevant, they cannot have him. I just hope his communications are sufficiently monitored that he his doing no futher harm.
PS, I stronlgly support Israel against the Palestinians and the rest of the Arab scum who want to destroy Israel, and I detest the Euroscum who are showing their true antisemitic colors. I still don't think the US should tolerate traitors, especially in dual citizens. The decision to give or withhold information to our ally Israel was above his pay grade, as it were, and we must be able to absolutely trust our officers. Death would have been a better option with Pollard, because he would not have been a cause celebre.
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