The Death of Israeli Agent and "Argentine" Prosecutor Alberto Nisman
January 26, 2015
(left, Alberto Nisman and Argentine President Cristina Kirchner)
Adrian Salbuchi explains the background to the mysterious death
last week of Alberto Nisman who was in charge of the investigation
on the AMIA/DAIA Jewish Center terror attack
in Buenos Aires in July 1994 which left 85 Argentinians dead.
For over a decade, he permanently acted as a double agent for Israel and the US.
Last week he was worth more to Israel dead than alive.
by Adrian Salbuchi
(abridged by henrymakow.com)
Just over two months after Israel's Lebanon incursion, on September 22, 2006 a private meeting took place at the New York Waldorf-Astoria hotel between then Argentine President Nestor Kirchner, his first lady Cristina Kirchner (National Senator and soon to be president) and Foreign Minister Jorge Taiana, and key powerful Jewish leaders including the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the World Jewish Congress (WJC), the B'Nai B'Rith Jewish Masonic Lodge and its militant arm the Anti Defamation League (ADL).
An agreement was reached in which Argentina would accuse Iran of the AMIA attack, to which end Mr. Kirchner immediately dispatched federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman to the US to "gather the necessary evidence against Iran" from the CIA and Mossad intelligence agencies who clearly had their Anti-Iran axe to grind.
As proof of full US and Israeli satisfaction with Argentina, the World Jewish Congress's political director Rabbi Israel Singer promptly expressed these organizations' satisfaction with Argentina's accusations against Iran, proof that the Waldorf-Astoria agreement was being executed by the Kirchner Administration.
Mr. Nisman immediately accused former Iranian President Ali Rafsanjani and key ministers of masterminding the AMIA attack. However, he was never able produce proper, tenable proof.
He actually requested Interpol to arrest former Iranian ambassador to Argentina, Mr. Hami Soleimanpour in London, his arrest by British authorities quickly ended because Mr. Nisman submitted no proper evidence of its accusations, even making the Argentine government pick up the £200,000 court costs.
Irrespective of this, over the past decade Mr. Nisman became the darling of Jewish entities in the US, Israel and Europe where he regularly visited to brief them on the AMIA/DAIA case. In 2007, he actually went so far as to report on the matter to the Supreme Court... not of Argentina, but of Israel.
Mr. Nisman became very popular and was very much in the media but had just one problem: He just could not put together a proper case with proper evidence against Iran, to the growing concern of US Neocons like Republican lobbyist-legislator Ileana Ros-Lethinen and Israel's successive ultra-right-wing governments.
The case sank to new depths of confusion when in January 2014, former Israeli ambassador to Argentina during the AMIA attack, Yitzhak Aviram, publicly boasted that "the people who blew up the AMIA building have all been executed by us (Israel)." He was immediately hushed up by Israel.
AMERICAN CHANGE OF HEART
In sync with the Kirchner Administration, Mr. Nisman continued to blame Iran, but when the Obama Administration came to power in 2009, the US began having second thoughts about Baby Bush's aggressive Neocon strategy of "taking out Iran".
With things growing dramatically worse in Iraq, and a growing resistance from Russia and other players to US/UK war-mongering, America became much more moderate on Iran and, through "unofficial and discrete channels" it was made clear to President Cristina Kirchner that maybe the time had come for her to have a chat with the Iranians.
Thus, in January 2013, Argentina announced that it would indeed "start talking" to the Iranians - something it had not done for almost seven years - and quickly a "Memorandum of Understanding" was signed which became local law in March 2013. As part of this, a "Commission for Truth" was to be set up (but wasn't Mr. Nisman and his Mossad and CIA controllers supposed to have in their power all the "damning truth and evidence against Iran"?)
Neocons in the US and Israelis went ballistic with rage. To add insult to injury, last December President Kirchner cleaned out the top brass at the local SI Intelligence Agency, specifically throwing out US/UK/Israeli operator-agent Jaime Stiusso.
Mr. Nisman was supposed to be on holidays touring Europe with his 15-year-old daughter during all of this month of January. However, suddenly whilst visiting Amsterdam "somebody there" seems to have ordered him to fly back immediately to Argentina. So fast that he asked his wife to pick up their daughter at Madrid Airport where he dropped her off and flew on to Buenos Aires.
Upon arriving, he produced out of his hat as if by magic, a 350 page dossier case accusing President Kirchner and her (also Jewish) Foreign Minister Hector Timerman of "covering-up" Iran. He was about to present this during a special emergency summer session in Argentina's Congress at 3pm on Monday, January 19, but he may have realized that his case was still-born and had no chance whatsoever of holding up.
Anyway - alas! - he (or "somebody") conveniently killed him sometime early Sunday, January 18.
Nisman's case and the ensuing cross-questioning would have probably thrown the whole AMIA/DAIA investigation back to square one.....If Mr. Nisman's flawed case were unmasked then the beehive would once again be stirred and that represented something very dangerous for the US, Israel, local and international Jewish lobbies that have fought so hard to put the blame on Iran. And that a far more plausible lead should be investigated: a possible Israeli connection.
....Busybody Nisman was coming too uncomfortably close to stirring the bee hive. Maybe that's what led to his death.
Just as the police commissioner investigating the Charlie Hebdo event was "suicided" on the night of that attack; or as London Underground electrician Jean Menezes, who may have "seen something" in the days prior to the July 2005 London Transport attacks was "mistakenly" gunned down by London Police only a few days later.
Clearly, the "War on Terror" has come home to Argentina. Again.
As we write, the powerful local Jewish lobbies DAIA and AMIA are yelling and whining that they "fear a third terror attack against Jewish interests in Argentina," conveniently media-fed by the "unexplained disappearance" of an Argentine Army anti-tank missile earlier this month.
The US Center for Security Policy just published an article in The Washington Times calling on the US and EU to impose "sanctions against Argentina."
Presidential elections will be taking place later this year in Argentina, and practically all the candidates - with favorites Daniel Scioli, Mauricio Macri, and Sergio Massa leading the list - are toeing the politically correct line, a fact that is most consistent considering that they regularly visit and report to the Rockefeller-Negroponte-William Rhodes "Americas Society," and regularly pay homage to the World Jewish Congress, American Jewish Committee, DAIA, AMIA and other local and international Israeli lobbies.
Finally, for Ms. Kirchner there are two lessons: (1) when ultra-right wing Israelis and Neocons fight amongst themselves, do not stray into the crossfire, and if you do pick one side then stay there; because (2) "Rome does not reward traitors."
Adrian Salbuchi is a political analyst, author, speaker and radio/TV commentator in Argentina. He is also the Founder of the Second Republic Project - Proyecto Segunda República.
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