"Arafat's undisclosed illness is well-known, but has been kept under wraps by the mainstream media." Speaking of media bias, here's a question you won't hear in our bigpapers or on network TV: Does Yasser Arafat have AIDS?" asks Frum, who also writes for the National Post." We know he has a blood disease that is depressing his immune system.We know that he has suddenly dropped considerable weight -- possibly as much as one-third of all his body weight. We know that he is suffering intermittent mental dysfunction. What does this sound like?"
Earlier, John Loftus told John Batchelor on ABC radio on October 26that Arafat is dying from AIDS. Loftus said the CIA has known thisabout Arafat for quite awhile and that as a result the US has encouraged Sharon not to take Arafat out because the US has known Arafat was about done. It was deemed better to have Arafat discredited as a homosexual. Although homosexuality is rife in the Arab world, it is at least officially considered a sin and a crime, and regarded--especially in fundamentalist circles--as a mark of great shame and depravity.
In his memoirs "Red Horizons," Pacepa relates a conversation in 1978 with Constantin Munteaunu, a general assigned to teach Arafat and thePLO techniques to deceive the West into granting the organization recognition."I just called the microphone monitoring center to ask about the'Fedayee,'" Arafat's code name, explained Munteaunu. "After the meeting with the Comrade, he went directly to the guest house and had dinner. At this very moment, the 'Fedayee' is in his bedroom making love to his bodyguard. The one I knew was his latest lover. He's playing tiger again. The officer monitoring his microphones connected me live with the bedroom[......]
Munteaunu continued: "I've never before seen so much cleverness, blood and filth all together in one man." Munteaunu, wrote Pacepa, spent months pulling together secret reports from Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian intelligence agencies as well as Romanian files." I used to think I knew just about everything there was to know about Rahman al-Qudwa," Arafat's real name, "about the construction engineer who made a fortune in Kuwait, about the passionate collector of racing cars, about Abu Amman," Arafat's nom de guerre, "and about my friend Yasser, with all his hysterics," explained Munteaunu, handing Pacepahis final report on the PLO leader. "But I've got to admit that I didn't really know anything about him." Pacepa wrote: 'The report was indeed an incredible account of fanaticism, of devotion to his cause, of tangled oriental political maneuvers, of lies, of embezzled PLO funds deposited in Swiss banks, and of homosexual relationships, beginning with his teacher when he was a teenager and ending with his current bodyguards. After reading the report, I felt a compulsion to take a shower whenever I had been kissed by Arafat, or even just shaken his hand.'"
(Hospital concealment strengthens suspicion:
Arafat died of AIDS
November 11, 2004)
'Most loathsome of all is the reeking miasma of furtive, unnatural sexuality that fills and fouls the whole atmosphere around him, like an evil emanation. Nother [sic] in this environment is straightforward. Surreptitious relationships, substitutes and symbols, false sentiments and secret lusts - nothing in this man's surroundings is natural and genuine, nothing has the openness of a natural instinct.'0ne of Hitler's reactions which is carefully hidden from the public is his love for pornography."
(A Psychological Analysis of Adolph Hitler, His Life and Legend
Walter C. Langer
Office of Strategic Services Washington, D.C.)
Perhaps one of these days a man who has a stygian stench about him will succeed in his anti-Semitism. Who can say? What is it that they try to keep hidden? What is the pattern of being that lurks there? Demonology, it seems to be a lost art. Maybe it was lost by happenstance.
Sometimes to have a chance in a dance you have to take a chance and then make Chance dance. Then Happenstance has to take a stance in the dance.
So take a chance....