Elbit - The Hellerstein Connection to 9-11
August 3, 2009
We should have lost our memories as well as our voices, were it as easy to forget as to be silent.
- Tacitus, Agricola
In response to my recent article asking, "Who put Super-Thermite in the Twin Towers?" I received an interesting tip from a scientist who has worked closely with the U.S. intelligence community. The information, which supports my thesis of Israelis being behind 9-11, points to the Israeli defense company Elbit, a company I have written about in connection with the electronic vote fraud of the Iowa caucus.
Elbit is an interesting Israeli military company that has many subsidiaries and does a frightful amount of business with the U.S. military and government. One of the more conspicuous and curious aspects of Elbit, at least as far as being a possible suspect in the 9-11 crime, is that one of the key people running this Israeli military company is named Hellerstein -- Ran Hellerstein. The judge who controls the 9-11 litigation, which after 8 years has yet to produce a trial, is also a Hellerstein -- Alvin K. Hellerstein. To the conspiracy-minded investigator, this is a coincidence that deserves investigation.
Alvin K. Hellerstein is devoted to protecting Israel and has obstructed a 9-11 trial for 8 years.
The Hellerstein (Gelerstein, Glersztejn, etc.) family is a devout orthodox Jewish family from the fecund Zionist swamps of Belarus. The Hellersteins come from the village of Selets, Belarus, and were evidently afflicted by the Zionist madness of the late 1800s. Some members of the family emigrated to Palestine while others went to America. The ones that went to Palestine later went to America, and vice-versa. The Hellerstein family is one of the founding families of the Zionist state. The fact that Alvin K. Hellerstein, who is currently ruling over the 9-11 litigation, is a dedicated Zionist with family members in the Israeli government should be an obvious reason to remove him from a trial in which one of the key defendants is a company owned by Israeli military intelligence (ICTS). This, however, has not yet happened and I have yet to hear a lawyer calling for his removal. When all is said and done it will probably not be the Zionist judge who is removed from the process, but the suffering plaintiffs, the Israeli defendants and all the incriminating evidence, because in the end there will probably never be a trial to find those responsible for the crime of the century, at least not as long as Judge Hellerstein is making the decisions.
WHO IS HELLERSTEIN?
Judge Hellerstein is a well known Zionist but who is Ran Hellerstein? He is an Israeli military designer, one of the key people running the Israeli military company Elbit. All of the key players of Elbit have been with the company since the 1980s. They don't change any of the people at the top. Here is what Elbit says about Ran:
Ran Hellerstein, age 58
Executive Vice President and Co-General Manager, Aerospace Division
Elbit Systems Ltd.
Ran Hellerstein was appointed as Executive Vice President and Co-General Manager - Aerospace Division in April 2008 after serving as Corporate Vice President and Co-General Manager - Aircraft and Helmet Systems since 2003. Mr. Hellerstein served as Corporate Vice President and Co-General Manager - Aircraft and Helicopter Upgrades and Systems from 2000 until 2003. From 1996 until 2000, he served as Vice President - Development and Engineering Division, having served as Division Manager since 1993. Mr. Hellerstein joined Elbit Ltd. in 1978 and served in various management positions, including Manager of EDS' Engineering Division, department manager, technical manager and systems engineer. Mr. Hellerstein holds bachelor and master of science degrees in electrical engineering from the Technion.
Hellerstein is an unusual name and I have been looking into the family connections between Ran Hellerstein and Alvin K. Hellerstein. I have already written a great deal about the fact that Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein's sister and son both emigrated from America to Israel. Both moved to Israel where they lived on orthodox Zionist settlements on occupied Palestinian land. Hellerstein's sister Helene lived and died (in 1998) on Kfar Etzion, near Hebron on the West Bank. His son, Joseph, lives on the Modi'in settlement and has worked closely with the Israeli government on negotiations with the Palestinians, in Oslo, for example. There is a very good chance that the Hellersteins of Elbit and New York are cousins. It certainly looks like they are. A Jacob Hellerstein, son of Russian immigrants in Palestine, was one of the founders of the Palestine Bulletin, the paper that became the Jerusalem Post. Jacob came to America in 1927 with his wife Schoni Yoffe and only returned to Israel in the 1970s. His sister, Sara, was killed in the 1946 Zionist terror bombing of the King David Hotel.
In my research of the Hellersteins and Elbit, I came across a very interesting bit of news about the "Danish" anti-Islamic cartoon scandal caused by Flemming Rose. What I found was that Flemming Rose went to Israel in April of this year and spoke at a Hebrew University event hosted by the former head of the Mossad in a forum owned by the man who controls Elbit, i.e. Michael Federmann.
Michael Federmann of Elbit and Federmann Enterprises
The following Jerusalem Post note about Flemming Rose's recent speech in Israel reveals the true source and motivation of his anti-Islamic cartoons:
What are the limits of freedom of expression? Where do people draw red lines - or don't they?
Flemming Rose, the cultural editor of the Danish daily newspaper Jyllands Posten, who published the offensive cartoons of the prophet Mohammed that pushed the buttons of many believers in the Muslim world, will discuss the issue today, Wednesday, at 5 p.m., at a symposium in the Handler Auditorium of the Truman Institute on the Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The program is provocatively titled: "Freedom of Expression - Victim of Religion?"
Other speakers are David Horovitz, editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post, and Michel Kishka, editorial cartoonist and lecturer at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.
Moderator will be former Mossad chief Efraim Halevy, who is currently head of the Shasha Center for Strategic Studies at the Federmann School of Public Policy and Government at the Hebrew University, which is sponsoring the event.
Efraim HalevyEfraim Halevy was head of Mossad from 1998-2002 and now works for Michael Federmann, owner of Federmann Enterprises and the largest shareholder of Elbit.
Source: Serving up the bread of affliction, The Jerusalem Post (Israel) - Wednesday, April 22, 2009, Greer Fay Cashman
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