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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Rupert Murdoch and an Israeli spy in Hollywood

I've known about Arnon Milchan (at least in general terms) since 1991, when he produced Oliver Stone's JFK. So why did a spooky guy like that produce a film like that?

This piece tells us something about Milchan that the recent news stories are keeping hidden:
The fact that Milchan, the Hollywood producer, has been Israel's "foremost weapons procurer" for decades, brokering deals for "everything from nuclear triggers to rocket fuel to guidance systems," is seldom mentioned in the U.S. news media.

This is probably due to the fact that Milchan is also a "best friend" and business partner of Rupert Murdoch. He is also a close friend and business partner of Levin (Warner Brothers) and Eisner.

"I consider him one of my best friends," Milchan said about Murdoch, "and I think vice versa. We're having a ball. He's a very cool guy."
In 1997, after a six-year relationship with Warner Bros., Milchan became a partner with Murdoch, selling him 20 percent of his film company, New Regency Productions, for $200 million. Murdoch also invested another $30 million in Regency Television. Today, Murdoch's equity partnership with Milchan is close to 50 percent.

"Milchan's deal with Fox also assures him a level of financial security," Bardach wrote. "With Murdoch's $200 million investment and a subsequent $600 million line of credit from a team of banks led by Chase Manhattan, Milchan is well into mogul territory.

"Milchan's tony offices occupy most of Building 12, right next door to the Executive Building on the Fox lot," Bardach wrote. "And it is from this seat of power that Milchan is building an entertainment empire that could one day rival Murdoch's."
You may want to consider this story in conjunction with the "paranoid" piece published two posts down.
Milchan came on board to oversee Stone's (personal-post-Vietnam-rant) JFK movie with one primary purpose in mind: to make sure that nothing whatsover in the finished picture pointed in the slightest direction towards the participation (if not outright co-sponsorhip) of Jewish-American mobsters and the Mossad in the Dealy Plaza hit.

Since you admit you have read M.C. Piper's "smelly" tome, the above wild assertion should not seem completely off the proverbial (Wailing) wall, Joe.
You bet your ass it seems off the wall. Collins links up to Willis Carto and to that Meyssan creep who wrote a crappy book about the Pentagon strike. I'm not going to get into a debate with guys like you over the value of Piper's book, since it has none, or at least very little.

I don't like the kind of comments this day's posting has attracted -- 9/11 nutters and anti-Semitic nutters and god-knows-what else. (Anonymous, as always.) Unless the quality of responses improves, I may refuse to publish anything further.
Dude! please stop threatening to quit, I'm a nervous wreck already and your the only thing keeping me sane. Btw , your last few posts have been your best in mho.

Sorry. I meant anything further on this topic.

Thierry Meyssan links up to Willis Carto?

Monsieur Meyssan, of the ultra-leftist, pacifist, anti-clerical French Voltaire Journalists' Collective, would probably challenge you to meet him "on the field of honor" if he heard you say such a thing!

Quel Merde!
Yes, well the question is always 'cui bono'?

In Britain, I'm wondering whether there's going to be a reorganisation of the media similar to the one that the parliamentary scene was subjected to around the time of the Gaza massacre.

(Then: ooh, politicians fiddle their expenses; now: ooh, big media business conducts illegal surveillance. Big fucking deal).

'Cui bono' will be answered by what happens, by who increases their amount of control.

Rupert Murdoch might not be alive for too much longer. Mustn't let him spill the beans.

OK OK, on the other hand, maybe he'll be grateful if his son and daughter are allowed small pieces of the action, much smaller than his. I mean if it's that or the graveyard or jail.

Attacking someone with shaving foam at a parliamentary committee hearing! Ha ha! Reminds me of those oh-so radical protestors who protested in London against Gadhafi's son. Mustn't let a Libyan boss keep his money in squeaky-clean London, right? I mean what would the royal family and Boris Berezovsky think?

With 'oppositionists' like that, do the rulers need any supporters?
anon 8:40 PM "Thierry Meyssan links up to Willis Carto?"

(requires SOME brain to read)
His "clarification" on whether he is Jewish or not. It was funny down to the third paragraph...
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