Hezbollah cells: Who are the basijis and IRGC?

By Lee Kaplan, Analyst,  Communications Director, Northeast Intelligence Network

The average American knows very little about Hezbollah, the Iranian terrorist proxy that appears on the evening news as operating mainly in Lebanon as a threat to Israel’s northern border. One of the purposes of this article is to explain in laymen’s terms what Hezbollah is and about its presence here in the US in what could be called “sleeper cells” that are poised to assist the Iranian regime that the US government is confronting over Iran’s nuclear and missile program. Another key purpose of this article will be to point out a Hezbollah cell operating under our noses right here in San Jose, California, heretofore unknown to the general population.

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Homeland Security Intelligence Chief Helped Muslim Run Palestinian Money-Laundering Ring w/ DHS $s! (ICE Limits Probe of Agencywide Scam)

By Debbie Schlussel

If I wrote a mystery thriller about what’s been going on at ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), you’d say it was implausible, far-fetched, and bigoted against Arab Muslims, that they are loyal Americans who would never do such a thing.  And a top Homeland Security intelligence official would never help launder Homeland Security cash to Islamic terrorists, right?

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ICE Intelligence Chief James Woosley Helped Steal Homeland Security $s Sent to Palestinian Muslim Accounts in Jordan

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Sobering Thoughts

Charley Reese is retiring. Below is a copy of his last column.
I know many will miss this southern gentleman. He
had a great run and we are all  better off for it.
Farewell, Mr. Reese, and thank you.

Charley Reese has been a journalist for 49 years.

Be sure to read the list of Taxes at the end.

This column is about as clear and easy to understand
as it can be – read it!!  The article is completely
neutral, not anti-republican or democrat.  Charlie
Reese has hit the nail directly on the head, defining
clearly who it is that in the final analysis must
assume responsibility for the judgments made that
impact each one of us every day.  It’s a short but
good read.  Worth the time.  Worth remembering!