Irish Telecommunications company to give control to Israeli Mossad
March 11, 2009 by Declan O'Shea
10 Feb 2009
Eircom the former Irish semi-state telecommunications company (now privatized) are actively considering awarding a multi-million euro contract for a new computer billing system to a multinational consortium, which includes Israeli company Amdocs. Amdocs is an Israeli based company, employing about 4000 people in Israel, and admits on its own web-site that most of its employees serve in the Israeli army.Amdocs is a known Mossad (the Israeli spy agency) front
, and it has already been exposed in the U.S.A. for spying on both private and commercial interests via telephonic and data communications.
Why then is the Irish Government even contemplating allowing Eircom to go ahead with this deal.
The Irish Free Gaza movement is organizing a petition against Eircom on the basis that they may award an Israeli company a lucrative business contract which is morally reprehensible due to Israel’s present siege of innocent civilians in the Gaza strip.
Another ongoing petition against Eircom is in protest at the “three strikes and you’re out” deal they’ve struck with the four major music labels – EMI, Warner, Universal and Sony BMG – in the High Court in Dublin. The music companies were alleging that Eircom was liable for copyright infringement by Internet users accessing the ‘Net via the Eircom network. They wanted the court to order Eircom to implement network filtering measures to deal with the alleged copyright infringements.
The out of court settlement is reported on the website of Linx (London Internet Exchange). It is understood that there has been an agreement that Eircom will implement some form of 3-strikes or graduated response measures, and the music industry will continue to hire a firm called Dtecnet to monitor and identify alleged copyright infringers. It is not clear what form the 3-strikes measures will take, but presumably, the information supplied by Dtecnet will be forwarded to Eircom, for some form of action to be taken.
What gives them the right to do this ? Absolutely nothing, they’ve taken the authority to spy on the Irish public upon themselves. “We have more money than you – so we can do as we like” seems to be the rule of thumb here.
I think I’ll produce a couple of videos and sell them in a couple of local shop’s – I will copyright them of course. This surely will give me the right to spy on the global populace via the internet, monitor what they download and record their IP addresses … well surely … at least in Ireland, I’m Irish … No, they say ? … Then what gives a multinational corporation the right to do it ?
These two active protests against Eircom aside, what about Israeli Mossad, through their proxy Amdocs being given Carte Blanche to eavesdrop on the telephone conversations of the Irish ?
The following article is from Michael Rivero’s WhatReallyHappened.com
“Israel does not spy on the United States of America.”
– Mark Regev, a spokesman at the Israeli embassy in Washington
Prior to 9/11, the FBI had discovered the presence of a massive spy ring inside the United States run by the government of Israel. This seems a harsh gratitude from a nation which obtains 10% of its annual budget from the American taxpayer, $3+ billion a year. Over the years, American taxpayers have been required to send Israel more than four times what the US spent to go to the moon.
What Israel has done in return was to set up government subsidized telecommunications companies which operate here in the United States. One of these companies is Amdocs, which provides billing and directory assistance for 90% of the phone companies in the USA. Amdocs’ main computer center for billing is actually in Israel and allows those with access to do what intelligence agencies call “traffic analysis”; a picture of someone’s activities based on a pattern of who they are calling and when. Another Israeli telecom company is Comverse Infosys, which subcontracts the installation of the automatic tapping equipment now built into every phone system in America. Comverse maintains its own connections to all this phone tapping equipment, insisting that it is for maintenance purposes only. However, Converse has been named as the most likely source for leaked information regarding telephone calls by law enforcement that derailed several investigations into not only espionage, but drug running as well. Yet another Israeli telecom company is Odigo, which provides the core message passing system for all the “Instant Message” services. Two hours before the attacks on the World Trade Towers, Odigo employees received a warning. Odigo has an office 2 blocks from the former location of the World Trade Towers.http://info-wars.org/2009/03/11/irish-telecommunications-company-to-give-control-to-israeli-mossad/