Trump hired Israeli Spies to spy on Obama's Israeli spies

Every  single day,  the ROGS  thesis  of organized stalking is validated in mainstream  news.
But  you  dont  have  to  take my  word for  it-just  comb  through  my  blog  here,  and see  how  much of  what  I write  becomes  mainstream  within   A YEAR.
And  LOOK!
The Trump team hired Israeli spies to spy on Obamas Israeli spies. Let me know if you start seeing trends in the data, or if you discover a thing or two about coincidental data colection at foreign internet spy outfits.
 
The  Trump  team hired Israeli  spies  to  spy  on  Obamas  Israeli  spies. Let  me  know  if  you  start  seeing  trends in  the  data, or if you discover a  thing or  two  about coincidental  data  collection  at  foreign spy  outfits…..
Trump team ‘hired Israeli spy firm to collect dirt on Obama officials in an attempt to discredit Iran nuclear deal’
New report says Trump aides hired Israeli firm last year after visit to Tel Aviv
Israeli spies allegedly tried to gather dirt on Obama aides behind Iran deal
Revelation comes amid international jockeying ahead of May 12 deadline
By Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com
Published: 01:54 BST, 6 May 2018 | Updated: 14:40 BST, 6 May 2018
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Aides to President Donald Trump reportedly contracted an Israeli private security firm to collect dirt on Obama administration officials and discredit the Iran nuclear deal.
The operation to ‘get dirt’ on Barack Obama’s former staffers Ben Rhodes and Colin Kahl was launched last May, according to unnamed sources and documents cited by UK newspaper The Observer.
The sources said that officials linked to Trump’s team contacted Israeli investigators just days after Trump visited Tel Aviv a year ago, his first foreign trip as US president.
The goal was apparently to discredit the Iran nuclear deal framework, which Trump has repeatedly threatened to scuttle ahead of a key May 12 deadline for certifying Iran’s compliance.
Trump is seen conferring with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv last May, just days before his camp allegedly hired an Israeli private spy firm to dig dirt on Obama aides
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Trump is seen conferring with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv last May, just days before his camp allegedly hired an Israeli private spy firm to dig dirt on Obama aides
Former Deputy National Security Adviser Benjamin Rhodes (right) was one of the architects of the Iran deal that the alleged covert smear operation targeted
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Former Deputy National Security Adviser Benjamin Rhodes (right) was one of the architects of the Iran deal that the alleged covert smear operation targeted
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Investigators contracted by the Israeli intelligence agency were instructed to dig into the personal lives and political careers of Rhodes, a former deputy national security adviser for strategic communications, and Kahl, a national security adviser to the former vice-president Joe Biden, according to documents cited by the Observer.
‘The idea was that people acting for Trump would discredit those who were pivotal in selling the [Iran] deal, making it easier to pull out of it,’ said an unnamed source quoted in the report.
Among things the investigators allegedly examined were personal relationships, any involvement with Iran-friendly lobbyists, and whether the Obama aides had benefited personally or politically from the peace deal.
The private investigators were also allegedly instructed to contact prominent Iranian Americans as well as pro-deal journalists to determine whether Rhodes and Kahl had violated rules by leaking.
Rhodes famously said in a 2016 New York Times profile that he relied on inexperienced reporters to create an ‘echo chamber’ to helped sway public opinion in favor of the deal.
The investigators were said to be examining Rhodes and Kahl’s contacts with the New York Times, MSNBC, the Atlantic, Vox website and Israeli newspaper Haaretz, among others.
But  the  data seems  to indicate that  some  people  are  targeted for intrusive surveillance MORE  than  others.
And,  it  seems  that  the  same  Man in the  middle  attacks  are  used, from  the  same groups of  women, and their children too.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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