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Israeli Killed in Christchurch Earthquake Was Carrying Five Passports

Killed during the February earthquake in Christchurch, Ofer Mizrahi was 'part of a Mossad spy team' per The Southland Times. His surviving cohorts were whisked out of the country within 12 hours by Shemi Tzur, the Israeli Ambassador to New Zealand. One intelligence officer told the paper that the service was suspicious of activities of several groups of Israelis during and immediately after the disaster, which claimed 181 lives.

Is Mossad planning a terrorist attack during the Rugby World Cup, a major international sporting event in Auckland, New Zealand on 23 October?

By Cryptogon

Update: Israelis Were Flown from Christchurch to Wellington Aboard RNZ Air Force 757

Via: Stuff:

Among the further mysteries that emerged yesterday was confirmation from Key’s office that Michal Fraidman, Guy Jordan and Liron Sade left Christchurch on one of the earliest flights out after the February 22 earthquake, on an air force 757.

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Update: Almost Completely Censored

RB sends a Google search that reveals a sentence that is now removed from all mainstream media:

However, sources said the SAS had entered the zone to secure sensitive material belonging to the Israeli nationals now at the centre of the spying claims.

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Global Survey: 74% Critical of Neoliberal Capitalism

Sao Paolo, Brazil wealth vs poverty

By Ernesto Carmona 

A global survey commissioned by the BBC revealed that 74% of 29,000 respondents in 27 countries are critical of neoliberal capitalism. This is a reversal from a 2005 survey by the same firm, GlobeScan, which found 63% in favor of a free market. The only Latin American nations surveyed all hold free trade agreements with the US, and all reject neoliberalism by vast majorities. France and Germany believe strong regulation can cure problems with capitalism.

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The forgotten bird of paradise

By John Pilger

When General Suharto, the West’s man, seized power in Indonesia in the mid-1960s, he offered “a gleam of light in Asia,” rejoiced Time magazine. That he had killed up to a million “communists” was of no account in the acquisition of what Richard Nixon called “the richest hoard of natural resources, the greatest prize in Southeast Asia.” The theft of West Papua’s mineral wealth must end. The province’s courageous resistance movement deserves nothing less.

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