Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Paul Wolf Watch: The First Installment

A Washington lawyer named Paul Wolf flogs anti-FBI propaganda to the UN. He and the usual suspects wrote propaganda about the FBI and gave it to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson, on September 1, 2001.

According to a blogger at FBI Watch, Wolf wants Saddam reinstated as the President of Iraq because he is probably the only person who can keep order there. I can't be postive this post accurately reflects Wolf's views because it was an e-mail posted by another person, but I will read more about Wolf's views to see if this post is in line with his beliefs. Wolf was reportedly going to speak in defense of "the President" [ie Saddam] at Case Western Reserve, so maybe there is some information on that speech.

The cover page of Wolf's document, "Cointelpro: The Untold American Story," says that it was written "[b]y Paul Wolf with contributions from Robert Boyle, Bob Brown, Tom Burghardt, Noam Chomsky, Ward Churchill, Kathleen Cleaver, Bruce Ellison, Cynthia McKinney, Nkechi Taifa, Laura Whitehorn, Nicholas Wilson, and Howard Zinn."

The cover page says that the document was "[p]resented to U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Mary Robinson at the World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa by the members of the Congressional Black Caucus attending the conference: Donna Christianson, John Conyers, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Barbara Lee, Sheila Jackson Lee, Cynthia McKinney, and Diane Watson, September 1, 2001." [Full document here]

Wolf reportedly thinks that Saddam should be put back in power in Iraq, at least according to information copied from an e-mail on a site called FBI Watch. [See poster Joeb for Thursday, Oct 05, 2006 5:39 pm]

It would be better to call this site "Dumb and Dumber Lies about the FBI." Articles posted claim that the FBI had something to do with 9-11 and that the FBI is a "pedophile organization."

This sounds a lot like the propaganda that clients represented by lawyers Lee Hill and David Lane made in Boulder, Colorado made after JonBenet Ramsey was murdered. It was claimed that she had been killed by a ring of powerful pedophiles who were protected by the government.

I think that a similar fairy tale about the FBI supposedly giving cover to criminals was concocted by the University of Colorado's tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies, Ward Churchill, who claimed that FBI-backed death squads killed 342 Indians at Pine Ridge Indian reservation.

Of course, Churchill, a tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies, didn't come up with this story all on his own. He seems to have pinched his fable from the FBI history of the Osage Indian murders, a case solved by the FBI. Ironically, Churchill seems to have used this FBI investigation of the Osage murders as the subtext of his ridiculous story that the FBI backed death squads on Pine Ridge.

According to the FBI Watch blogger Joeb, Paul Wolf wrote that Saddam should be returned to power since he is "probably the only person who can restore order there." Here is what the poster claims that Wolf wrote him:

Just a couple of articles for you this week, then I'm off to Case Western Reserve to defend Saddam Hussein against a symposium of 20 law professors and others, which will be webcast live at I expect to be on around 10:15-10:30 AM EST on Friday, and will have exactly 12 minutes to defend the President. This may sound impossible, but my argument is quite simple: the court has no legitimacy because it's the result of an illegal war of aggression, where the winners of the war put the losing government on trial on TV. Also, for practical reasons, Saddam Hussein should be reinstated as President of Iraq. He is probably the only person in the world who can restore order there"....- Paul [See more of the post and links to Paul Wolf's writings here]

The nitwit Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney had a meeting and gave this talk about Cointelpro on 9-14 2000. If you click on the red word "Cointelpro" in McKinney's title, it takes you back to Paul Wolf.

McKinney posted this article which claims that she gave the malicious document she authored with Wolf, Churchill, and others to the High UN Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson.

McKinney also claims that she also gave the UN a document called "Confidential Memorandum 46" which supposedly was "written by National Security Advisor, Zbigniew Brzezinski on March 17, 1978 and...details the federal government's plan to destroy functioning black leadership in the United States."

McKinney idiotically claimed that the FBI program called Cointelpro "put an end to the civil rights movement inspired by Martin Luther King." In fact, Cointelpro targeted violent criminals, drug dealers, and advocates of violent revolution.

So it's not "Home Sweet Home."

Adjust! This is Snapple's opinion!


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