Monday, March 23, 2009

One Million Sayanim

Israel has one million sayanim worldwide according to Gordon Thomas who wrote Gideon's Spies, The Secret History of the Mossad (the Israeli intelligence service.) Mr Thomas has also written books on the CIA and MI5 and MI6. The word sayanim comes from the Hebrew word to help. In an interview Gordon Thomas said these one million helpers were recruited by the Mossad primarily to gather information around the world. Mr Thomas said they feed information daily to their nearest Israeli consulate. Israel has an army of translators who translate the information which is then assembled into a complete picture by the Mossad. The Mossad only has 1,500 agents, They could not operate without their million sayan or helpers.

If we assume that one-third of all Jews in the world live in America, we could reasonably infer that there are approximately 350,000 sayanim or Mossad agents in the United States.

In a previous interview published at Jeff Rense's website Gordon Thomas said there were 15,000 sayanim in America with military training who were called upon by former Mossad Operations Director Rafael (Rafi) Eitan during an alert on the anniversary of 9-11 in 2003. Mr Thomas said many of these men had police duties and hence powers in either federal or local agencies. I would conclude that the 15,000 sayanim in America only refers to armed agents with military training. The other 335,000 are just spies and are not part of a domestic Zionist para-military force.

Do not fear retribution if you share this information with your friends. Zionists do not care that everyone knows how much power they have. That is why the Mossad co-operated with Gordon Thomas and helped him with his book Gideon's Spies.


That earlier interview with Mr Thomas can be read here:

The latest interview took place early Saturday morning March 22nd on the Coast to Coast AM radio show and was conducted by Ian Punnett. The statement about the million sayanim worldwide was made just prior to the conclusion of the show.


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