The story concerning the conviction this week in Israel of psyop-terrorist Michael Ron David Kadar had limited coverage in the western lugenpresse. It follows on the heals of the sentencing of another Jewish basement-dweller psyop, one Joshua “Dindu” Goldberg.
An Israeli court found dual U.S.-Israeli citizen Kadar guilty Thursday of making bomb threats targeting airports and Jewish community centers and schools in the United States from 2016 to 2017.
Kadar was accused of making active shooter and bomb threats to several Florida Jewish community centers, as well as the Israeli embassy and Anti-Defamation League in Washington, D.C. Additionally, he stands accused of cyber-stalking and conveying false information to Georgia police.
“As a result of these threats, planes were forced to land in different airports, schools were evacuated and emergency forces were alerted,” Israeli state prosecutor Yoni Hadad said. “He essentially created panic, terrorized many people and disrupted their lives.”
Several Jewish schools in the U.K. were targeted in February 2017, as well as the Jewish Museum in London, which was evacuated due to bomb threats attributed to Kadar. He also made threats towards British Airways flights between New York and London.
The 19-year-old, arrested in southern Israel last year, forced evacuations across the U.S. and contributed to accusations that President Donald Trump’s election win had sparked a wave of antisemitism. Consequently, because of this and other terroristic hoaxes, Jewish organizations raised record amounts of money to “fight antisemitism.” South Carolina passed a vague anti-antisemitism measure in the midst of the uproar, which mostly seemed directed at the Boycott Divest and Sanction Movement (BDS), which targets Israel for its human rights abuses.
Kadar was found guilty of acts he committed after he turned 18, which was in August 2016. The court said he had committed around 2,000 threats by phone and email using identity-masking technology since 2015.
Kadar’s parents, the Dindunuffinsteins, chimed in:
“The fact that they determined that he was fit to stand trial was a lie and a conspiracy against a helpless person. We have been raising this child for 18 years,” his father said in a Thursday hearing. “He is incapable of telling good from bad. His discretion is horrible. There is a conspiracy here.
Yes, Kadar was brought up to represent the essence of his culture. He knows how to be a good psychopath and to always blame his victims for his criminality.
Others involved, but who? Payoff to Kadar was Quite Substantial
Federal authorities claim Kadar was paid by someone to make some of those threats, recently unsealed court documents reveal. The man advertised his bomb threat “services” through a major so-called “dark Web” marketplace recently shutdown by the Justice Department, according to court records.
Unsealed court records now claim that Kadar was running an online threat-for-hire service and show prosecutors may try to pursue criminal charges against one of his buyers.
“That ongoing investigation has identified a suspect believed to have ordered and paid for at least [sic] of the bomb threats made by Kadar,” federal prosecutors explained in one court filing. “The FBI and local authorities in California intend to pursue criminal charges against the suspect.”
New details on Kadar’s “possible co-conspirators” only came to light in July 2017 after a federal judge in Washington agreed to unseal the search warrant application describing how the FBI reviewed emails, call records and other images found on a thumb drive found among his belongings at home. Federal prosecutors explained in the court filing that authorities needed the warrant unsealed because they may now need it to pursue the California suspect.
Authorities described uncovering on Kadar’s thumb drive an AlphaBay advertisement for a “School Email Bomb Threat Service,” posted by a vendor believed to be Kadar, offering to email a bomb threat to a school for $30 and adding another $15 to “frame someone for it,” according to the search warrant.
According to the conviction, the Kadar charged $40 to call a private home and threaten a massacre, $80 to threaten a school and $500 to bomb threat a plane.
He received the equivalent of 873,179 shekels ($240,000) in the electronic currency bitcoin for the threats, the court said.
At least one user posted the following feedback on the vendor’s profile: “Amazing on time and on target. We got evacuated and got the day cut short.” The date and time stamp of the user’s posting matched media reports about the evacuation of a school in March 2017, according to the warrant.
The Notorious Joshua Goldberg Sentenced This Week
The other Jewish fake terroristic operative, one Joshua Goldberg, showed even greater operational sophistication.
On Dec. 20, 2017, Goldberg pleaded guilty to attempted malicious damage and destruction by an explosive of a building in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. According to the plea agreement, Goldberg also claimed to have been planning a terrorist attack in Melbourne, Australia. Last week, Goldberg was sentenced to 10 years at the Federal Correctional Complex in Butner, North Carolina.
Just a few among Goldberg’s numerous exploits include getting a Canadian professor suspended for antisemitism. The fake image, using cartoonist Ben Garrison, was planted on professor Anthony Hall’s Facebook page. The Canadian B’nai Brither then falsely blamed Hall — who had no knowledge of the image — and used the scandal to push for Hall’s dismissal from the University of Lethbridge. Caving to the B’nai Brith’s pressure, university president Mike Mahon suspended Hall without pay.
Mainstream media outlets, including CBC and the Lethbridge Herald, readily accepted B’nai Brith’s false narrative that Professor Hall was responsible for the image Goldberg planted.
In the lead up to the Jewess Pamela Geller’s agitprop “Draw Mohammed” cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, Goldberg, using his “Australi Witness” online persona, tweeted the event’s address and urged Muslims to go there with weapons, bombs or knifes. Fortunately, the FBI arrested Goldberg before inciting a “jihadist” pressure-cooker bomb attack at a Kansas City 9/11 memorial event.
Using the alias “Australi Witness,” Goldberg posted a 50-page guide online on how to join the terror group ISIS and later posted a list of synagogues in Australia, ostensibly to encourage his supporters to attack them. He communicated that he was planning an attack in Melbourne to an FBI informant, who posed as a jihadist. A 17-year-old, who pleaded guilty to planning a Mother’s Day 2015 bombing in Melbourne using pressure cooker and pipe bombs, which was never carried out, was found to have been in contact with Goldberg.
Goldberg reportedly also set up a fake account in the name of Australian Muslim preacher Junaid Thorne. Additionally, he created a number of fake jihadist accounts, which interacted with the fake Thorne account, and he then sent screen grabs of the fabricated interactions to journalists, at least one of whom published the fake interaction in an article of The West Australian in April 2015.
On Reddit, Goldberg made thousands of racist posts under the neo-Nazi persona “European88.” Under this persona, Goldberg created and moderated many controversial Reddit communities that were racist in nature, including being a moderator for the “r/CoonTown” subreddit. One well-known article by this persona regarding how to recruit people from Reddit (particularly the “r/conspiracy” and “r/Europe” subreddits), described as “fertile ground for recruitment” was commented on by the gullible neurotic Jew Sam Biddle in a Gawker article.
Goldberg has been identified as the person behind “Philosophy of Rape,” a subreddit that advocated corrective rape against “whores and feminazis” and offered tips on how to do it without getting caught.
Goldberg was also skilled enough at hoaxcraft to infiltrate and convince white nationalist website DailyStormer to run some of his articles.
Then, showing tremendous instinct for inciting Jewish paranoia, Goldberg even went so far as to steal the identity of a Israeli blogger to spread racist venom under the blogger’s name and try to pin it on white nationalists. The blogger, in turn, was given a pulpit in the U.K. Guardian in which to kvetch about his “experience” at the hands of said “white supremacists.”