Intel invests $2.7 billion in Israel –

  Intel to invest $2.7 billion in Israel chip plant.

 The money will go to upgrading its current chip plant in southern Israel so that it can produce 22 nanometer technology, making it Intel’s second plant worldwide produce these chips.

 http://english.themarker.com/intel-to-invest-2-7-billion-in-israel-chip-plant-1.337786

 This transaction has severe consequences for America:

 It is not only the loss of capital which is sorely needed to rebuild America’s economy and to reduce our debt.

 More important is the transfer of technology. It will result in loss of jobs, limited technical know-how, and reduced American competitiveness.

 In light of what we know about the computer worm ‘Stuxnet’, we can assume that Israel co-operated with Siemens and Intel to sabotage Iran’s Nuclear program. –

 Will Intel incorporate similar malware in its micro-processors to perform mischief on computer users worldwide to promote Israel’s agenda?

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3 Responses to “Intel invests $2.7 billion in Israel –”

  1. worzzz Says:

    Intel to invest $2.7 billion in Israel chip plant.

    The money will go to upgrading its current chip plant in southern Israel so that it can produce 22 nanometer technology, making it Intel’s second plant worldwide produce these chips.

    http://english.themarker.com/intel-to-invest-2-7-billion-in-israel-chip-plant-1.337786

    This transaction has severe consequences for America:

    It is not only the loss of capital which is sorely needed to rebuild America’s economy and to reduce our debt.

    More important is the transfer of technology. It will result in loss of jobs, limited technical know-how, and reduced American competitiveness.

    In light of what we know about the computer worm ‘Stuxnet’, we can assume that Israel co-operated with Siemens and Intel to sabotage Iran’s Nuclear program. –

    Will Intel incorporate similar malware in its micro-processors to perform mischief on computer users worldwide to promote Israel’s agenda?

  2. worzzz Says:

    FBI took long look at AIPAC activities

    FBI agents thought they were hunting a spy for Israel in 2004 when they sought to raid the offices of a top lobbyist for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), according to a search warrant affidavit obtained by The Washington Times.

    The 27-page document, which is still under court seal, provides an extraordinary look at what the agents considered to be espionage activity in a nearly five-year counterintelligence probe of one of the pro-Israel lobby’s top officials.

    It also shows that the everyday activities of diplomats, lobbyists and reporters — namely, meeting with U.S. officials, taking notes and then trading that information with other officials — was considered spying by the bureau. …

    Israeli technology firms have long been suspected of trying to steal trade secrets from U.S. Companies …. “Israeli companies have been aggressive in attempting to obtain technology transfer …..

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/jan/18/fbi-took-long-look-at-aipac-activities/

  3. worzzz Says:

    Wikileaks: The United States was advised by a German think tank to use “covert sabotage” to disrupt Iran’s march toward nuclear weapons, a leaked U.S. diplomatic cable reveals.

    The cable from the U.S. ambassador to Germany, Philip Murphy, sent in January 2010, said that Volker Perthes, director of Germany’s government-funded Institute for Security and International Affairs, advised U.S. officials to use methods such as computer hacking and unexplained accidents. Such actions, the cable said, “would be more effective than a military strike, whose effects in the region could be devastating.” …

    http://www.jta.org/news/article/2011/01/19/2742612/wikileaks-us-advised-to-fight-iranian-nukes-with-covert-sabotage

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/us-embassy-cables-documents/244617

    …. recommended that a policy of covert sabotage (unexplained explosions, accidents, computer hacking etc) would be more effective than a military strike whose effects in the region could be devastating.

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