ADL operatives Control ‘The Rally Against Racism and Fascism’ Australia Pakistan

US ADL Regional Offices Monsanto HQ Ferguson Missouri

US ADL Regional Offices Monsanto HQ Ferguson Missouri

The”neo-con” movement in the U.S. is largely composed of ADL operatives and, in turn, is a crucial arm of “private” U.S. intelligence operations. The govern­ment-funded, but privately-run “Project Democracy” which oversaw Oliver North’s Iran-Contra affair, is a case in point: Project Democracy’s head Carl Gershman, a former opera­tive of the ADL’s Fact Finding Division, now oversees the $30 million a year operation which, in his own words, will “do the kinds of things the CIA used to do, but no longer can.” FROM

In Australia now, the anti-Islamic Australian Defence League is trying to expand its support base, particularly through social media. The rise of cities has brought people side by side with people from different backgrounds. That’s true all around the world.
In brief, on Sunday approximately 20 or 30 members and supporters of the ‘Australian Defence League’ (ADL) gathered at midday at Federation Square. Gathering in opposition were perhaps 1 or 200 or so anti-racists. For about an hour the anti-racists–gathered under the umbrella of ‘The Rally Against Racism and Fascism’–listened to a number of speeches, a man singing about how we are all brothers, and the screams and shouts of the ADL.
In 2001, more Hispanics received sentences for crimes relating to powder cocaine than any other ethnicity while more African Americans were convicted of crimes relating to crack cocaine in the United States.[106]

In 2001, more Hispanics received sentences for crimes relating to powder cocaine than any other ethnicity while more African Americans were convicted of crimes relating to crack cocaine in the United States.[106]

The theme of the ADL action was an appeal to Islamophobia, focussing on the utterly baseless claim that Muslims in Australia are set on imposing Sharia law, though some of the participants seemed most upset by what they apparently perceived as a conspiracy to force them to eat Halal meat. Initially the placards on display reflected these messages, with texts such as ‘70% Halal meat at Coles’ and ‘Domino’s is Halal, so is Subway’, and disclaiming racism – ‘Islam is not a race, so how can I be racist?’, but towards the very end another pack of placards was unveiled, one of which is shown on the accompanying photo. One of the ADL supporters also briefly unfurled a banner he had until then kept wrapped up in plastic; one of the organisers swiftly directed him to put it away, which he did, though not willingly, to judge from his expression.
Backgrounder:The Jewish Defence League
About the Jewish Defense League:In their own wordsIrv Rubin — Chairman of the Jewish Defense LeagueAfter the attack on the Jewish community center in Los Angeles:

      “Those kids at that community center were sitting ducks. We have to realize as Jews that this is going to happen again and again until we learn to defend ourselves, and the only way to defend yourself is to fire back.”

The Sacramento Bee, August 14, 1999On training camps in the Catskills:
“We teach young people to have a sane fist attached to a sane head, not to advocate this nebbish posture people seem to think is so popular.”

“A lot of energy, and ideology classes will create an authentic Jew. A Jew who will know how to act when all Jews are in trouble.”
The Times Herald-Record, June, 28, 1998

On Jewish extremists in the United States:
“Violence in self-defense is absolutely justifiable.”
Los Angeles Times, November 9, 1995

Archive for the ‘Jewish Terrorist groups – ADL = JDL’ Category

ADL Synonyms

ADL Synonyms

Jewish Terrorist groups ADL JDL EDL AIPAC

Introduction This booklet documents the background and criminal activities of Jewish Zionist terrorist groups, and especially the Jewish Defense League now called Anti Discrimination league (ADL). Particular emphasis is given here to terror — including murder — against “thought criminals”


In 1914, Dr. Christopher Koch of Pennsylvania’s State Pharmacy Board made the racial innuendo explicit, testifying that, “Most of the attacks upon the white women of the South are the direct result of a cocaine-crazed Negro brain.” Mass media manufactured an epidemic of cocaine use among African Americans in the Southern United States to play upon racial prejudices of the era, though there is little evidence that such an epidemic actually took place. In the same year, the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act outlawed the sale and distribution of cocaine in the United States. This law incorrectly referred to cocaine as a narcotic, and the misclassification passed into popular culture. As stated above, cocaine is a stimulant, not a narcotic. Although technically illegal for purposes of distribution and use, the distribution, sale and use of cocaine was still legal for registered companies and individuals. Because of the misclassification of cocaine as a narcotic, the debate is still open on whether the government actually enforced these laws strictly. Cocaine was not considered a controlled substance in the United States until 1970, when it was listed in the Controlled Substances Act. Until that point, the use of cocaine was open and rarely prosecuted in the US due to the moral and physical debates commonly discussed.

Ghana Health

Industrializing Ghana through Hemp Production

African Governments can introduce hemp seeds as a modern food staple crop and for the commercial materials made from them: cold pressed oil, shelled seeds (or hemp nuts), flour and protein powder.
Cannabis can be grown without pesticides, herbicides, and with reduced fertiliser inputs. The use of these agro-chemicals is not only expensive in economic terms, but damaging ecologically, both in the production processes, transportation, storage and handling, and to the ecology of an area.

Cannabis requires less water than cotton, when grown as a fibre. Hemp is suited to rotations as it is an annual and could be could be alley-cropped with leguminous trees or shrubs providing windbreaks. It replenishes and reconditions soil (by root binding) and preventing soil erosion.

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Wholly Hemp

Wholly Hemp


A 1986 Estimate is given by Kleiman, who puts 1986 consumption at the equivalent of 2700 metric tons of 6% THC cannabis; other trafficking-based estimates range as high as 4700 tons.20  Translated to the U.S, this would amount to over 60,000 retailers and 100,000 jobs. cannabis would also permit the agriculture of hemp, a versatile source of fiber, protein, biomass and oil, which was once one of America’s top crops. Hemp production might well rival that of other leading crops such as cotton or soy beans, which are currently on the order of $ 6 – 10 billion per year.

Save the considerable economic and social costs of the current criminal prohibition system. Current federal drug enforcement programs run at $13 billion per year. State and local programs are probably of similar or greater magnitude: in California, the Legislative Analyst’s Office estimated the cost of state drug enforcement programs at around $640 million per year in 1989-90, plus perhaps twice as much more in local expenditures.26 A sizable chunk of these costs involve cannabis, which accounts for 30% of drug arrests nationwide. Legalization of cannabis would also divert demand from other drugs, resulting in further savings. If legalization reduced current narcotics enforcement costs by one-third to one-fourth, it might save $6 – $9 billion per year.

The economic benefits of marijuana legalization are summarized in Table 2. The total direct savings to government in taxes and enforcement come to some $8 – $16 billion per year. These figures are somewhat lower than those sometimes bandied about in public discourse, as both legalizers and prohibitionists have a tendency to make consumption estimates that are in our opinion inflated. Nonetheless, the benefits of legalization seem both substantial and undeniable, and deserve to be taken seriously.

Table 2
Economic Benefits of Cannabis Legalization

Excise Taxes $2.2 – $6.4 Billion
Sales Taxes $0.2 – $1.3 Billion
Enforcement Savings $6 – $9 Billion
Hemp Industry $6 – $10 Billion
Others: Spinoff industries, Reduced hard-drug and alcohol abuse
Dale Gieringer is coordinator of California NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) and co-founder of the California Drug Policy Reform Coalition. He received his doctorate in Engineering-Economic Systems at Stanford.