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Are you using the best credit card when ordering food for delivery?

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Allianz, Insurance. Co. with Nazi Ties, Still Owes Holocaust Survivors Billions

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“… Allianz had paid at most three percent of what it owes on Jewish Holocaust-related claims. …”

Related:Garrison Keillor’s Genocidal Sponsor: ‘In America, Allianz can’t Shed Nazi Past’”
February 11, 2014

Boca Raton, FL – Allianz, a German insurance company – who’s currently holding their annual Golf tournemant in Boca Raton – owes billions of dollars in world war 2 era claims to Holocaust survivors. Allianz does not deny it owes insurance claims to Jewish Holocaust survivors and descendants of Jews who were killed in the Holocaust for insurance policies purchased by European Jews during World War II. The only question is: Has the company paid its fair share of what it owes?

Holocaust survivor Jack Rubin is still waiting for Allianz to make a fair deal, the Florida Jewish Journal reports.

Rubin, 85, of Boynton Beach, is an executive board member of the Holocaust Survivors Foundation USA, which has organized a protest of the Allianz Golf Tournament in Boca Raton every year for the past four years. The protest is to convince Allianz to pay back all of the proceeds of unpaid Holocaust-era insurance claims to Jewish Holocaust survivors and descendants of Jewish Holocaust victims.

Rubin led about a dozen protesters outside the Broken Sound Golf Course on Monday, Feb. 3, on the first day of the tournament, an official PGA Champions (50 and older) Golf Tour event held every year at Broken Sound. On Sunday, Feb. 9, on the event’s final day, there were close to 40 protesters.

Rubin said: “We Holocaust survivors are getting old. We’re tired of coming out here every year. We want Allianz to sit down with us and finally make us a fair deal for what we are owed.”

Holocaust survivor Moric Jusovic, 85, of Delray Beach added “A lot of the survivors are dying off or getting too weak to come out. It seems like it is Allianz’s goal to just wait until we die off. What they are doing is so unfair. They say they are paying all legitimate claims, but they have the audacity to ask for documents which are impossible to produce.”

As part of a statement released by Allianz spokeswoman Sabia Schwarzer, she said: “Allianz’s history and involvement in Nazi Germany has, with the company’s full support, been very well documented, particularly in Gerald D. Feldman’s groundbreaking book, ‘Allianz and the German Insurance Business 1933-1945.’ This book, published back in 2001, also details the work of the company in settling claims in the post-war period. While we cannot undo any aspect of our company’s history, we can learn from it and work to make sure the horrors of the Holocaust are never again repeated.”

Schwarzer also said that Allianz continues to pay its fair share of what it owes. However, the protesters all disagreed, and an independent source said that Allianz had paid at most three percent of what it owes on Jewish Holocaust-related claims.

Sidney Zabludoff, an economist who worked for the White House, CIA and Treasury Department for more than thirty years, said by phone: “Upon retirement in 1995, I was part of the International Commission on Holocaust-era Insurance Claims, which focused on issues related to the restitution of Jewish assets stolen during the Holocaust era. I was the principal analyst for the Jewish claims. I figured out the worth of all the portfolios held by the European insurance companies. In today’s value, Allianz’s share of the Jewish claims would be about $2.5 billion, yet they’ve paid out only about $50 million.”

SourceFlorida Jewish Journal


Hint: it’s not just the Israel lobby.

In a piece titled The truth about Israel’s secret nuclear arsenal at the Guardian, Julian Borger writes about how Israel began its nuclear-weapons program.

The list of nations that secretly sold Israel the material and expertise to make nuclear warheads, or who turned a blind eye to its theft [more on that down-post ― RW], include today’s staunchest campaigners against proliferation: the US, France, Germany, Britain and even Norway.

Nor did Israel later have much in the way of

… qualms about proliferating nuclear weapons knowhow and materials, giving South Africa’s apartheid regime help in developing its own bomb in the 1970s in return for 600 tons of yellowcake.

But ever wonder why exactly the United States turned a blind eye to Israel’s proliferation? In fact, a specific reason exists beyond the history between the two states, not to mention the strength of the Israel lobby in the United States. Borger explains:

As more and more evidence of Israel’s weapons programme emerged, the US role progressed from unwitting dupe to reluctant accomplice. In 1968 the CIA director Richard Helms told President Johnson that Israel had indeed managed to build nuclear weapons and that its air force had conducted sorties to practise dropping them.

The timing could not have been worse. The NPT, intended to prevent too many nuclear genies from escaping from their bottles, had just been drawn up and if news broke that one of the supposedly non-nuclear-weapons states had secretly made its own bomb, it [the NPT] would have become a dead letter that many countries, especially Arab states, would refuse to sign.

The Johnson White House decided to say nothing, and the decision was formalised at a 1969 meeting between Richard Nixon and Golda Meir, at which the US president agreed to not to pressure Israel into signing the NPT, while the Israeli prime minister agreed her country would not be the first to “introduce” nuclear weapons into the Middle East and not do anything to make their existence public.

Israel's Dimona nuclear reactor, c. 1968. Image Wikimedia Commons

Israel’s Dimona nuclear reactor, c. 1968. Image Wikimedia Commons

Also, a specific reason exists, beyond the two states’ history and the Israel lobby why the U.S. continued to turn a blind eye. Borger again.

At a meeting in 1976 that has only recently become public knowledge, the CIA deputy director Carl Duckett informed a dozen officials from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission that the agency suspected some of the fissile fuel in Israel’s bombs was weapons-grade uranium stolen under America’s nose from a processing plant in Pennsylvania.

Not only was an alarming amount of fissile material going missing at the company, Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation (Numec), but it had been visited by a veritable who’s-who of Israeli intelligence.

Borger spoke with

… Victor Gilinsky, who was one of the American nuclear officials briefed by Duckett. “It was one of the most glaring cases of diverted nuclear material but the consequences appeared so awful for the people involved and for the US than nobody really wanted to find out what was going on.”

The investigation was shelved and no charges were made.

Another factor:

Avner Cohen, the author of two books on Israel’s bomb, said. … “At the political level, no one wants to deal with it for fear of opening a Pandora’s box. … it could compromise the very basis of the Israeli-US understanding.”

Cross-posted from the Foreign Policy in Focus blog Focal Points.


“Military men are just dumb stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.” – Henry Kissinger

America cries ‘bring down dictators’ little forgetting that they vote for Presidents who do not think twice about ordering use of chemicals upon entire villages and wiping out the natives of nations they invade on fictitious allegations that they have become masters at cooking up. While US falsely accuses countries of possessing ‘weapons of mass destruction’ America conveniently hides its use of depleted uranium and cluster bombs but has the audacity to send officials to sovereign nations and denigrate these nations purely based on allegations most of which they know are concocted with their connivance. With all these criminalities staring at America, the country creates portfolios to cook up war crime charges against other nations and these officials are now asking us to ‘seek truth’ and quoting a whole list of other terminology that is part of the bandwagon of lies and like the US tweet falls well in line with the modus operandi of how US and other globalists function.

So our most recent visitor has been US State Dept investigator for ‘war crimes of other nations except US’ and he will be or would have already drafted parts to be inserted into the 3rd Resolution against Sri Lanka in March. Who is making the allegations that the US will take as witness? Father Rayappu Joseph, Bishop of Mannar who declared open the ‘Embassy of the Tamil Eelam’, the Eelam House in London and allowed LTTE to use the Madhu Church and even fired from the Church to provoke the army to fire leaving the army with a Hobson’s choice and the Bishop never so much as issued a single statement demanding LTTE to leave or even complained to Church superiors overseas. It was a question of whether they all knew about the LTTE usage and did not mind.

mlrs3176The discussion is on America’s use of weapons of mass destruction which are divided into 3 broad types – nuclear weapons, chemical weapons and biological weapons.

There is nothing to be surprised that US remains the ONLY country to have used nuclear weapons in combat – secretly developed under the ‘Manhattan Project’ in the 1940s.

US did not think twice of the implications of using nuclear on civilian populations – in fact it was the objective when it used nuclear weapons TWICE on Japan (Hiroshima and Nagasaki). These two bombings killed 140,000 Japanese and injured over 130,000 people continue to still suffer the consequences. First was on 6th August 1945 and the next was on 9th August 1945 – knowing what happened on 6th August, 3 days later the US repeated the horrendous crime.

The occasions of US using chemical and other biological weapons are too many to list and their usage have covered the following list of nations US has militarily being involved in since World War 2.

1.       JAPAN 1945

2.      CHINA – KOREA 1950-53 (KOREAN WAR)

3.      GUATEMALA 1954

4.      INDONESIA 1958

5.      CUBA 1959-1961

6.      VIETNAM 1961-73

7.      GUATAMALA 1960-1964-1967-69

8.     BELGIAN CONGO – 1964

9.      LAOS – 1964-73

10.  PERU – 1965


12.  CAMBODIA 1969-70

13.  NICARAGUA 1981-90

14.  EL SALVADOR 1981-92

15.   LEBANON 1982 – 84

16.  GRENADA 1983-4

17.   LIBYA 1986

18.  IRAN – 1987-88

19.  LIBYA 1989

20. PANAMA – 1989-90


22. KUWAIT – 1991


24. SOMALIA 1992-94

25.  IRAQ 2003 – PRESENT

26. IRAN – 1998

27.  BOSNIA 1994-1995


29. SUDAN 1998



32. YEMEN 2002

33. IRAN 2003


35.  SOMALIA 2007-8

36. YEMEN 2009

37.  YEMEN 2011

38. SOMALIA 2011

Some of the crimes committed by the US in these countries are given below.


· 2004 – US used white phosphorus in the Iraqi city of Fallujah (White phosphorous is a chemical that burns when exposed to oxygen and when touching the skin causes severe burns which can extend down to the bone. The use of white phosphorus is illegal as an incendiary weapon but legal in its use for smoke screening to cover troops.  The U.S. originally denied allegations but later admitted to them claiming their use of white phosphorus was in line with international laws. The use of white phosphorus in Fallujah not only killed enemy combatants but innocent civilians, including women and children who were burned alive. )


· Under the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush the U.S. sold Iraq anthrax, VX nerve gas, West Nile Virus germs, brucella melitensis, which causes organ damage and clostridium perfringens, which causes gangrene. US also communicated locations of Iranian forces to Iraqis via satellite imaging. t is estimated that 20,000 Iranian soldiers died directly from the use of chemical weapons while tens of thousands of soldiers and civilians suffered illnesses from chemical exposure. About 100,000 Iranians receive government compensation today for injuries and illnesses resulting from Iraq’s use of chemical weapons. According to declassified documents, the U.S. was aware of Iraq’s atrocities against both Iranian forces and Kurdish populations.


·Vietnam was a chemical war for oil, permanently contaminating large regions and countries downriver with Agent Orange – environmentally the most devastating war in world history.

· Between 1962 and 1971 during the Vietnam War the U.S. dumped 20 million gallons of herbicides over Vietnamese crops and forests, feeding and concealing opposition forces. 11.4 million gallons consisted of Agent Orange in addition to 8 million gallons of Agent White, Blue, Purple, Pink and Green. 4.8 million people were exposed to Agent Orange, resulting in 400,000 deaths and disabilities, in addition to 500,000 babies born with birth defects. Throughout the war Agent Orange destroyed 5 million acres of forest in addition to 500,000 acres of crops. Dioxin, a chemical laced in Agent Orange, which has been persistently linked to cancer, birth defects and other disabilities continues to affect generations 40 years later. The U.S.’s indiscriminate use of these chemicals in combination with the bombing of urban concentrations, killing countless civilians, constitute major war crimes by the U.S.


The South Koreans have filed over 60 large scale killings by US Military during the Korean War. US had adopted a policy of shooting refugees approaching US lines. The mass killings include:

· Sept. 1, 1950 – opening fire on a refugee encampment on a beach near the southern South Korean port of Pohang. Survivors say 100 to 200 refugees — mostly women and children — were killed.

·  Aug. 10, 1950 – U.S. troops and aircraft fired on villagers who had sought shelter from fighting in a large family shrine in Kokan-ri, 83 killed mostly children.Declassified documents reveal orders to shoot civilians found in the war zone was given 2 weeks before.

· Jan. 20, 1951 – US drops napalm firebombs where civilians were sheltering. Declassified documents reveal US troops were directed to attack large civilian groups on suspicion they harbored infiltrators.

·  Declassified documents (origin July 6, 1953 – declassified in March 2006) also reveal that US used biological weapons during Korean War but lied about pushing for probe. The Memo reveals US did not conduct a probe because it would reveal its use of unconventional military operations. In 1952, Commission of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers revealed that US planes used asphyxiating and other gases/chemical weapons.


The U.S. government funded an illegal, covert bombing campaign that killed tens of thousands of innocent civilians and left the small nation of Laos burdened with a deadly legacy that lives on today. Between 1964-73 US released 2.1 million tons ordnance (UXO) over Laos repeatedly. It was a direct violation of the Geneva Conventions on war to protect civilians and the 1954 Geneva Accords and 1962 Geneva Agreements that prohibited the presence of foreign military personnel or advisors in neutral Laos. US bombing missions were every eight minutes, twenty-four hours a day, for nine years. The United States dropped more bombs on Laos than it had dropped on all countries during World War II. After the war ended, up to 78 million unexploded cluster bombs and other ordnance remained, posing a constant threat to civilian life. In June 2007, a speech made by U.S. State Department official Richard Kidd – The U.S. government acknowledged that no other country in the world had suffered the long-term harm from cluster bombs that was inflicted on the people of Laos. UXO continues to kill or injure close to three hundred people each year and poses a major impediment to economic development. Laos remains one of the poorest countries in the world.

Depleted Uranium

US Maj. Gen. Chuck Wald admitted that US jets were firing ‘depleted uranium’ bullets in Yugoslavia (BBC 5/7/99) A10 carries 30mm seven-barrel cannon capable of firing 4200 rounds of DU tipped bullets per minute. In a single minute 234kg of DU can be released. DU is highly toxic.US has in excess of 1.1billion pounds of DU waste.

Cluster Bombs

explosiveinvestmentU.S. admitted to using cluster bombs in Yugoslavia but it has claimed the right to do so after a supposed misfire during which cluster bombs hit a crowded market in Nis and killed 15 civilians. “The bombs struck next to the hospital complex and near the market, bringing death and destruction, peppering the streets Serbia’s third-largest city with shrapnel and littering the courtyards with yellow bomb casings” (“NATO Attack Misfires – 15 Civilians Die.” Chronicle News Service, San Francisco Chronicle 5/8/99).

“The hospitals pathology clinic was damaged, and its walls were pockmarked with small craters that appeared to have been caused by shrapnel. About 10 yellow canisters with parachutes attached were visible on the street near the hospital” (Reuters. “Serbs Say 15 are Killed at Hospital and Market,” New York Times 5/8/99).

Paul Watson in an article for the Los Angeles Times 4/28/99 exposes the indiscriminate nature of cluster bombs and their widespread use in Kosovo. During five weeks of air strikes witnesses here say, NATO warplanes have dropped cluster bombs that scatter smaller munitions over wide areas.

When cluster bombs are used: Each cluster bomb is composed of 200 to 700 bomblets. When each bomblet explodes it fragments into about 300 pieces of jagged steel – sending out virtual blizzards of deadly shrapnel. People are decapitated, arms, legs, hands and feet are severed from their bodies – anyone and anything alive in the immediate vicinity is shredded into a bloody mess.

The United States stockpiles over one billion submunitions in weapons currently in service. Nearly three-quarters of this stockpile of submunitions are contained in MLRS rockets and 155mm artillery projectiles.

The use of cluster bombs has been admitted by both the U.S. and British military. (Human Rights Watch “U.S. Misleading on Cluster Munitions” 25 April 2003)

The U.S. Department of Defense has acknowledged using nearly 1,500 air-dropped cluster bombs.

The U.S. even boasted that they used “for the first time in combat history” a new version of this banned weapon, the CBU-105. (“US drops new high tech cluster bomb in Iraq” –http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s823003.htm)

Stephen Rapp – may like to comment on 2003 Iraq, cluster weapons used in Hilla hospital and ask why US embassy did not send a tweet on these crimesRobert Fisk of the Independent wrote: “Terrifying film of women and children later emerged after Reuters and the Associated Press were permitted by the Iraqi authorities to take their cameras into the town. Their pictures – the first by Western news agencies from the Iraqi side of the battlefront – showed babies cut in half and children with amputation wounds, apparently caused by American shellfire and cluster bombs. Much of the videotape was too terrible to show on television and the agencies’ Baghdad editors felt able to send only a few minutes of a 21-minute tape that included a father holding out pieces of his baby and screaming “cowards, cowards” into the camera. Two lorryloads of bodies, including women in flowered dresses, could be seen outside the Hilla hospital.” (The Independent April 03, 2003)

The US used cluster munitions in Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Vietnam (1960s and 1970s); Grenada and Lebanon (1983); Libya (1986); Iran (1988); Iraq, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia (1991); Bosnia and Herzegovina (1995); Serbia, Montenegro, and Kosovo (1999); Afghanistan (2001 and 2002); and Iraq (2003).

An October 2004 report to the US Congress by the Department of Defense provides details on a stockpile of 5.5 million cluster munitions containing about 728.5 million submunitions. In November 2009, a US Department of State official said, “The current stockpile is huge; the Department of Defense currently holds more than 5 million cluster munitions with 700 million submunitions. Using our current demilitarization capabilities, it will cost $2.2 billion to destroy this stockpile.”

· US is the only country other than Somalia that has not ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child

· US is one of only seven countries-together with Iran, Nauru, Palau, Somalia, Sudan and Tonga- that has failed to ratify the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

· US has yet to ratify protect some of the world’s most vulnerable populations.

· US has yet to ratify the UN Framework Convention on Climate Control (UNFCCC) and the Kyoto Protocol

· US has yet to ratify the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

·  Signed and ratified in 1972, US unilaterally withdrawal from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty on Dec. 13, 2001

· Signed April 10, 1972, ratified March 23, 1975, US the draft proposal for Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BWC) in June, 2001.

· The US remains the only member of NATO besides Turkey, and the only state in the Western Hemisphere besides Cuba, not to sign the Mine Ban Treaty.

·  In 2002, the US made the unprecedented move to “unsign” the treaty establishing the ICC. Since then, the US has systematically undermined the ICC by signing bilateral agreements with states to exempt US military and government personnel from the court’s jurisdiction.


It is not just the lives of foreign civilians that US has ruined. The Department of Veterans Affairs claim that the “Gulf-era veterans” now on medical disability since1991 number 518,739, with only 7,035 reported wounded in Iraq in that same 14-year period. The US military are on drugs, anti-depressants or suffering some sort of malignancy and the number of personnel committing suicide is also shocking.

Yet, wars/conflicts/invasions and occupations are taking place and governments are committing troops because these leaders are puppets of a group of conglomerates who are motivated to make money through wars and plunder. Thus, the bombing targets are generally non-whites, those in the Third World or Muslim nations except of course for Yugoslavia where bombing white European Christians qualified the term ‘equal-opportunity bomber’! It also showed that even Orthodox Christians are now targets and reveals the invisible minds behind the history of bombings.

There is a significant reason why we say US has no legal or moral right to point fingers given America’s horrific track record of WMD criminalities. Whether the US likes it or not they have to accept this hometruth. As for the UN its entire purpose of existence is on the line and it is today nothing but a sham and officials nothing but stooges told to create reports to legally authorize what is illegal.

The lies of the US led West and the hypocrisy of the UN is best revealed in the Nuremberg Tribunal – “war is essentially an evil thing. Its consequences are not confined to the belligerent states alone, but affect the whole world. To initiate a war of aggression therefore is not only an international crime, it is the supreme international crime, differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole”.

If the UN was created to prevent war, aggression, make illegal crossing borders (except in self-defense) what is it doing endorsing attacks when none of these countries provoked or even attacked the US/West?

USA and its globalists are daily crossing borders illegally and attacking countries covertly, overtly and now on supposed ‘official’ capacities which are all against the UN Charter and to top it off the US has brought in legislature so that none of US crimes or its soldiers will ever get tried in any international court for the crimes committed or being committed.

How many are keeping silent of US war crimes and watching the farce of Rapps being sent to cook up charges when US is blind to its own crimes?

Surely the Americans themselves and the citizens of the West must now wake up to realize that they too have been made fools of over the years.

– Shenali D Waduge

By Jeremy Hodges  
Bloomberg News, January 29, 2014

A former reporter at the News of the World told a London court that he lied in previous cases as part of an “enormous conspiracy” to cover up phone hacking at the News Corp. (NWSA) tabloid.

The reporter, Dan Evans, said he invented terms such as “sticky keys” at meetings with News Corp. lawyers to explain how he had heard celebrities’ voice-mail messages. Evans is under cross-examination after two days of testimony in the case over wrongdoing at News Corp. tabloids.

Andy Coulson, the 46-year-old former editor of the weekly newspaper, listened to a message left by Sienna Miller on actor Daniel Craig’s phone, Evans testified yesterday. Coulson, who served as a media adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron after leaving the tabloid, is one of seven people on trial for offenses related to hacking, bribing public officials and destruction of evidence at the three-month old criminal trial.

“I did lie, yes,” Evans said during questioning by Coulson’s lawyer, Timothy Langdale. “I was part of the conspiracy. I’m ashamed to say that I did.”

Evans backed away from his statement yesterday that Coulson called the tape of Miller “brilliant.” Evans said today that the comment wasn’t a direct quote, but instead an effort to reflect the atmosphere of the meeting.

Evans said today that he lied in a 2010 police statement about hacking the phone of designer Kelly Hoppen, Miller’s step mother. He said that the “sticky keys” phrase was first offered in that case and he continued to use it in future investigations.

‘Braver Action’

“I bitterly regret that I didn’t take a braver course of action at the time,” Evans said.

Langdale said that Evans, who has pleaded guilty to phone hacking at Trinity Mirror Plc (TNI)’s Sunday Mirror, sought immunity in December 2011 in exchange for his testimony.

“Your target was to try and get away from any prosecution at all,” Langdale said.

Evans responded that he was one person “caught between the prime minister,” the tabloid world and “highly paid lawyers.”

News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch closed the News of the World in July 2011 after the discovery that the newspaper accessed the voice mails of a murdered schoolgirl years earlier.

Rebekah Brooks, another former editor of the tabloid and the former head of News Corp.’s U.K. unit, is also on trial in the case. All seven defendants have pleaded not guilty and are contesting the charges.

To contact the reporter on this story: Anthony Aarons in London at aaarons@bloomberg.net