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Newsweek Magazine Sold for $1 To CFR’s Super-Rich, Pro-Israel Harman

By Michael Collins Piper
Newsweek magazine is now the property of
Zionist billionaire Sidney Harman and his wife Jane—a fervent advocate for the
interests of Israel—who (rather than serving in Congress as she does) should
instead be serving time in prison for influence peddling and conspiracy to
obstruct justice on behalf of two Washington operatives for AIPAC, the powerful
lobby for Israel.

On Aug. 2, the Washington Post Company—publisher of the
powerful but weakened daily and longtime owner of Newsweek—announced the
sale of the weekly magazine to the Harmans. Faltering badly in recent years,
with massive losses and declining circulation, Newsweek was on the
auction block for only $2 million, but according to reports, the Harmans grabbed
the magazine for the exchange of virtually no money—a token payment of

Glowing media reports say the 91-year-old Sidney Harman—who gained
his fortune in electronics and helped bankroll his much younger wife’s political
ambitions—now wants to put his money toward the nation’s welfare by keeping
Newsweek alive and ensuring its continuing role in educating the public
and perpetuating free and open debate on issues of importance. Or so they

In fact, this high-level business deal will make no difference
insofar as the editorial content of Newsweek. If anything,
Newsweek may well become even more openly and stridently on the side of
the Zionist agenda. This has
happened before when Zionist business tycoons
(with no publishing background) grabbed control of other mainstream publishing
ventures. For example, when real estate manipulator Sam Zell assumed command of
The Chicago Tribune and The Los Angeles Times and when Mort
Zuckerman, another land baron, seized ownership of U.S. News and World
Report and The New York Daily News.

Although the Meyer-Graham
family of Washington is traditionally “known” to the public as the power behind
the Washington Post-Newsweek combine, the truth is that the company is
ultimately another American front for the interests of the Rothschild dynasty.
Rothschild-related financial interests on American soil—including famed
Nebraska-based billionaire money man Warren Buffet primary among them—hold
substantial interests in the Post-Newsweek operation, making it anything
but the “family-owned” enterprise it has often been portrayed.

Newsweek falls into the hands of the Harmans, who, by the way, are both
members of the Council on Foreign Relations, the New York-based affiliate of the
London-based Royal Institute of International Affairs, which is the foreign
policy arm of the Rothschild empire.

That Jane Harman should now be a
major media force is disturbing to those who value both national security and
individual rights. Mrs. Harman’s corrupt behind-the-scenes activity on behalf of
Israel and its American operations was discovered in 2006 when Mrs. Harman—a
strong supporter of the warrantless wiretaps program of the Bush
administration—was overheard speaking on the telephone with a known Israeli spy
operating in the U.S. whose phone was being tapped by the National Security
Agency. The spy’s identity has never been made public.

Over the wiretap, Harman
was heard agreeing with the Israeli agent to use her influence as a member of
Congress to try to scuttle the then-standing federal criminal indictment of two
former AIPAC officials charged with illicitly procuring American defense secrets
on behalf of Israel.

According to reports—which were quickly brushed away
by the mainstream media—the Israeli operative promised Harman that the Jewish
lobby would reward her for her efforts on behalf of the accused traitors by
pushing then-House Minority Leader (now Speaker) Nancy Pelosi to appoint Harman
as chair of the House Intelligence Committee. This would have been a lucrative
plum for Harman and her friends in Israel.

Indicating clearly that Mrs.
Harman knew she was engaged in influence peddling and obstruction of justice
(not to mention aiding and abetting in the illicit trade in data relating to
U.S. national security), Harman was heard by the NSA telling her telephonic
co-conspirator, “This conversation doesn’t exist.”

Harman was
investigated by the CIA for her intrigues, but the Bush administration’s
then-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pressured the CIA to back off; the
administration valued Harman’s support for the warrantless wiretaps of U.S.

In the end, the indictment against AIPAC’s Steve Rosen and
Keith Weissman was dropped—much to the consternation of loyal American FBI
agents who had accumulated the data that led to the two men being charged and to
the outrage of the Justice Department attorneys who had stewarded the indictment
through the federal grand jury process. But Harman didn’t get the chairmanship
of the committee. She was clearly “too hot to handle.”

Harman and her
defenders decry the allegations against the billionaire congresswoman. But all
of the information pinpoints Mrs. Harman as someone who definitely shouldn’t be
in Congress, let alone among the last who should have any control over one of
America’s most influential weekly magazines.
A journalist specializing in media critique,
Michael Collins Piper is the author of The
High Priests of War, The
New Jerusalem, Dirty
Secrets, The
Judas Goats, The
Golem, Target
Traficant and My
First Days in the White House All are available from AFP.
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