|April 16-17, 2012 -- The Secret Service and the girls from Cartagena
April 16-17, 2012 -- The Secret Service and the girls from Cartagena
The White House and the U.S. Intelligence Community are not treating as benign infractions the events surrounding the calling back from the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia of at least eleven, and possibly up to twenty Secret Service agents with the White House's advance security team for cavorting with prostitutes in Cartagena just prior to President Obama's visit to the city. In addition, at least five member of the U.S. Special Operations forces -- who are reportedly assigned to the U.S. Southern Command headquartered in Miami -- are being confined to their quarters as a result of their involvement in parties with prostitutes.
WMR has learned from our intelligence sources that the prostitution scandal will grow since there are also reports that staying at the $200/night five-star Hotel El Caribe in the trendy Bocagrande area of Cartagena were members of the White House Communication Agency that sets up all White House encrypted communications services prior to a presidential visit, as well as members of the president's White House staff. White House staff members had rented entire suites at the hotel. The incident is being treated by the U.S. Intelligence and law enforcement communities as potentially a major compromise of presidential security and classified White House communications. President Obama later said he wanted a "rigorous" probe of the incident.
WMR's intelligence sources point out that Cartagena is not only the center for Israeli-run prostitution rings but that these rings also use both legal age and underage females who are provided with breast enhancements by their Israeli organized crime pimps to make them more attractive to customers. The spin being employed by the White House and their sycophants in the media is that the prostitution scandal merely involved mostly married Uniformed Division and special agent Secret Service personnel unconnected to the Presidential Protective Division that provides personal protection for the president.
The Secret Service agents and military personnel were heavily drinking at bars near the El Caribe on the night of April 11. At the bars, they met prostitutes and many took them back to their hotel rooms. The El Caribe has a policy that requires overnight guests of hotel customers to leave a photo ID with the front desk and vacate the room by 7 o'clock in the morning. Apparently, the Secret Service agents and military personnel used their official security credentials to circumvent the hotel's security policy, which was enhanced just prior to the Summit. A number of officials of other Latin American and Caribbean governments had already been checking into the hotel prior to the Summit. President Obama was booked into the Cartagena Hilton, which is close to the Caribe. Obama had not arrived when the prostitution incident took place. The accused Secret Service agents hurriedly departed Colombia on April 12, a day before Obama's arrival.
When one Secret Service agent refused to pay one prostitute 47 dollars and a heated argument ensued that attracted the attention of hotel security, the hotel management called the police. Police then filed a report, which was then leaked to the media. One major question remains, however. Why did the Colombian police, who have a history of covering up such incidents in order to protect VIP visitors and their staffs, decide to make the incident public?
The answer to that question lies in the frosty pre-Summit interchanges between Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.S. ambassador to Colombia Michael McKinley over Santos's pre-summit trip to Havana to meet with Cuban President Raul Castro to apologize for Washington's and Ottawa's insistence that Cuba be barred from attending the Cartagena summit. Santos was also furious with pre-summit statements by U.S. officials flatly rejecting his and other Latin American leaders' proposals to legalize drugs and supporting Argentina's claims over the Malvinas or Falkland Islands, which are controlled by Britain.
When the Secret Service agents, U.S. military members, and reportedly, other members of the White House political staff, were compromised by the prostitution parties in the El Caribe, instead of ordering the police to gloss over the incident and tell the unpaid prostitute to leave the scene or be arrested, Santos allowed the police investigation of the incident to proceed and the subsequent leak of the incident to the media to occur.
Santos, who enjoys friendly relations with ailing Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, has also been successful in bringing the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) to the negotiating table. Therefore, Santos no longer feels encumbered to placate the dictates of Washington, which, in the past, has provided military and counter0insurgency support to Bogota.
The Secret Service and other White House staffers also walked into a cleverly-contrived trap. Israel's Mossad is under orders to undermine Obama at every step in order to better the odds for the election of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's former Boston Consulting Group colleague and friend Mitt Romney as president. The Israeli embassy in Bogota reportedly worked closely with Colombian and Israeli Jewish criminal elements and businessmen in Cartagena to draw the White House team into a trap. The ploy worked and as a result Republican members of the House of Representatives are calling for a full inquiry into the scandal, which has tarnished Obama's statesmanship credentials during an important international summit.
Former Washington Post reporter Ron Kessler was the first to report the prostitute scandal in an exclusive to his old paper. However, today, Kessler writes for the right-wing Newsmax, which apes a strong pro-Israeli line. Kessler also has contacts inside the Secret Service, having written a book about the agency. Kessler has overly-dramatized the Colombian incident, stating "This is the worst scandal in the history of the Secret Service," Many scholars would agree that the Secret Service's failure to protect President John F. Kennedy from assassins' bullets was the worst scandal in the agency's history. On CNN, Kessler said the second-worst scandal for the Secret Service was the crashing of a White House state dinner in 2009 by two supposedly uninvited publicity-seeking guests, Tareq and Michaele Salahi. Kessler placed that incident ahead of the failure to ensure that potential assassins could not fire off weapons at Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford.
Many Cartagena prostitutes, known for their attractiveness, are provided with balloon breast implants by the Colombian/Israeli mafia in the city. The women are then trafficked to such locations as Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Dubai, and Singapore to provide "services" to international bankers and oil sheiks who then find themselves subject to blackmail by Mossad interlocutors. The womens' work visas are facilitated jointly by local Israeli crime syndicates who work closely with the responsible Mossad stations.
Israeli intelligence teams have plagued Colombia for a number of years. Colombia still has Interpol arrest warrants out for three Israeli mercenaries -- Yair Klein, Melnik Ferri, and Tzedaka Abraham -- who provided assistance to Colombian drug cartels and right-wing death squads. The three, along with other Israeli agents, have collaborators and informants riddled throughout Colombia's police, intelligence, and military ranks.
Santos, when informed of the attempt to compromise the security of the White House security team by putas employed by the Israeli mob, simply told the police that the Americans were on their own and they had to simply pay the prostitutes, deal with the media exposure, and that the Colombian government would not provide the customary cover extended by past Colombian presidents like Santos's Mossad- and CIA-controlled predecessor Alvaro Uribe. For Obama, Colombian "Hookergate" should serve as a wake up call on just how far Netanyahu will go to embarrass the Obama administration and just how bankrupt Latin American goodwill is towards the United States.
|April 17-18, 2012 -- Records exist of Secret Service presence at scene of Netanyahu sex scandal
April 17-18, 2012 -- Records exist of Secret Service presence at scene of Netanyahu sex scandal
U.S. Secret Service sources have told WMR that the Secret Service maintains records of its protection of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu during his attendance at a homosexual sexual bondage performance during a brief stop-over in New York in November 2010.
WMR first reported on the incident involving Netanyahu on December 2, 2010:
"A source within the U.S. Secret Service, on deep background and on the condition of anonymity, informed WMR that while on a 'business trip' to New York on November 8, 2010, Netanyahu visited a performing arts theater in West Greenwich Village. U.S. Secret Service personnel were required to accompany Netanyahu to the theater. The performance involved extreme sado-masochistic, as well as homosexual themes, according to our source, who added, 'I almost threw up.' Netanyahu was passing through New York on his way to New Orleans where he addressed the general assembly of the Jewish Federation of North America."
WMR has been told by Secret Service sources that the agency maintains detailed records of the presence of two security details consisting of five agents each at the theater. Netanyahu stayed at the theater for a length of time that required the first Secret Service detail to be relieved by a second team.
Netanyahu reportedly witnessed gay actors engaged in sexual acts that featured full nudity.
At the last minute and prior to his scheduled departure from New York, Netanyahu and his Israeli security detail informed the Secret Service that their original plans to leave for New Orleans had changed to accommodate Netanyahu's request to visit the arts theater, described as "seedy," in the West Village.
In a further development related to WMR's April 16, 2012 report that the Secret Service advance team in Cartagena, Colombia was compromised by the local Mossad presence in the city that worked with a local Israeli/Colombian Jewish mafia prostitution ring, WMR was told by Secret Service sources that the Secret Service team, accused of taking prostitutes to their rooms at the Hotel El Caribe prior to President Obama's attendance at the Summit of the Americas conference, had been "set up" by a hostile intelligence service. However, Mossad was not mentioned specifically as the hostile intelligence service in question.