PDA

View Full Version : Mossad Agents Arrested in Foiled Bomb Plot Against Mexican Congress?


Malone LaVeigh
November 29, 2001, 03:15 AM
Has anyone heard anything about this? It seems to be from a looney website, but claims to report a story from official Mexican sources. If this is even part true, it would be stunning.


Mossad Agents Arrested In Attempt To Bomb Mexican Congress
From http://www.kosmos.uni.cc/
11-26-1

From the PGR (Mexican Department Of Justice) official web site comes an interesting story.

As reported in La Vox De Aztlan, two men, one of them a former Israeli Colonel and Mossad agent, were arrested INSIDE the Mexican congress carrying 9mm pistols and dynamite, but were released following intense pressure from the Israeli Embassy.

Army General and Head of the PGR Releases Two Israelis Arrested With Guns and Explosives Inside the Mexican Congress
By Ernesto Cienfuegos La Voz de Aztlan
October 15, 2001

[story (http://www.rense.com/general17/mossadagentsarrested.htm)]

LawDog
November 29, 2001, 06:35 AM
Don't trust anything printed by La Voz de Aztlan.

www.aztlan.org

They're blatant proof that anti-Semitism isn't just practiced by Aryan types.

They also want California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas 'returned' to them to set up a Chicano homeland.

:rolleyes:

LawDog

Hal
November 29, 2001, 07:31 AM
I'd forgotten how much I enjoyed kosmos. :)

Dennis
November 29, 2001, 07:42 AM
I believe these are the folks who say we must speak Spanish because, "We were here first!"

They become offended when one mentions:
- They speak a dialect of Spanish called Tex-Mex.
- They are more descendants of Indians (now wrongly identified as the sole "native Americans") than of Spaniards.
- The Cherokee, Apache and Navajo were here before the Spanish.

They can pack it in their pitas until they learn the language of "the ancient ones," the Anasazi.

Their interest in history is remarkably subject to their political and personal goals. :barf:

jimpeel
November 29, 2001, 11:23 AM
Here are the web addresses of all of the legitimate Mexican newspapers. La Voz de Aztlan isn't among them.

http://www.cronica.com.mx/

http://www.diario.com.mx/dch/ Chihuahua

http://www.intercable.net/diariomty Monterey

http://morelia.infosel.com.mx/

http://www.yucatan.com.mx/ Merida

http://www.infored.com.mx/ Guadaljara

gopher://condor.dgsca.unam.mx/11/noticia_mex_mundo/nacional Mexico City

http://www.online.com.mx/el_heraldo/ Chihuahua

http://www.imparcial.com.mx/ Hermasillo

http://www.informador.com.mx/ Jalisco

http://www.excelsior.com.mx/

http://www.imparcial.com.mx/

http://www.jornada.unam.mx/index.html Mexico City

http://unam.netgate.net/novedades/the-news.htm

http://www.elnorte.com.mx/

http://www.elsur.com.mx/

http://www.novedades.com.mx/novedad.htm Cancun

http://publi.com/ Jalisco

http://www.reforma.com.mx/

http://www.tribunacampeche.com/

http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/

labgrade
November 29, 2001, 02:55 PM
Maybe Mossad was hired to test out the new security screenings. I'd give 'em a 9 :rolleyes:

Mithirium
November 29, 2001, 07:12 PM
My own take being of part mexican ancestry is that I completely avoid any org that uses the words La Raza or Aztlan.
Both being to my mind very divisive and reverse-racist. Some of the hardcores in those groups turned me off severly in college.
La Raza = The Race (frighteningly like the master race you know the only race :rolleyes: )
Aztlan = A fictional Chicano Homeland that includes most of the Western US (Never existed yet it was stolen from them ofcourse :rolleyes: )

Anyways just my thoughts on the matter.

Malone LaVeigh
November 29, 2001, 08:15 PM
Well, I followed lawdog's link and found a link to this (http://www.pgr.gob.mx/cmsocial/bol01/oct/b69701.html) official Mexican govt. website. Can anyone out there translate this for me? They do seem to be talking about Israelis with similar names to those given in the first report. I have a couple of Spanish-speaking friends I can run this by, but it will be a while before I see them.

Skorzeny
November 29, 2001, 08:17 PM
No need to go all the way to Mexico. If you want to run into ex-Mossad gentlemen who deal in arms to questionable entrepreneurs in Latin America, all you have to do is to go to Miami.

Tons of ex-Mossad types running about trying to make a buck in southern Florida.

Skorzeny

Malone LaVeigh
November 30, 2001, 03:58 PM
Here's a (pretty poor) translation from an internet source. It looks to me like the Aztlan source was accurate in at least some respects.

Babel Fish Translation, In English:

THE PGR INFORMS ON THE SITUATION OF THE SUBJECTS STOPPED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

With respect to the situation of the 2 detained subjects the past Wednesday in the environs of the Legislative Palace of San Lazaro, the General Office of the judge advocate general of the Republic informs that the Israeli citizen Saer Ben-Zvi or Saar Noam Ben Zvi was put to disposition of the Court First of District A. de Federal Penal Procesos in the Federal District, whereas to the Mexican Salvador Gersson Smeck car of freedom with the reserves of the law were dictated to him, because were not elements for their consigment.

By virtue of which when it was stopped Gersson Smeck it carried a weapon calibrates 9 millimeters, it was in freedom with reserves of the law and Vista to the Secretariat of the National defense in relation to the permission of carrying of firearm occurred whereupon it counts.

The Israeli Ben Zvi was committed in the North, pending Manly Reclusorio of which its
legal situation is solved to him, like probable person in charge of the commission of
crimes of violation of the General Law of Population, anticipated and sanctioned by
articles 123 and 143 of the General Law of Population, all in agreement with 6º. And
7º., fraction 1º, 8º. 9º and 13º, Fraction II of the Federal Penal Code, with which beginning occurs to the corresponding penal process

original (http://www.pgr.gob.mx/cmsocial/bol01/oct/b69701.html)

Waterdog
December 2, 2001, 01:41 AM
The Mossad are not our friends.

Waterdog