Friday, October 8, 2010

World Jewish Congress Oligarch Chartered Child-Rape Boat

Here's a little perspective for those who were cajoled by Sasha Baron "Cohen's" depiction of the people of Kazakhstan as child-raping 'antisemites.' Some of us aren't going along with ancient Khazarian vendettas.

Jewish Leader Arrested in Alleged Sex Trade Scheme

October 8, 2010

JTA Wire Service

A Jewish billionaire who heads a branch of the World Jewish Congress was among 14 businessmen and underage [Russian and Ukrainian] prostitutes arrested on a yacht in Turkey.

Alexander Mashkevitch, born in 1954, heads the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress. He is a citizen of Kazakhstan and Israel.

The arrests came in late September after a tip to Turkish authorities that the luxury boat was being used for illegal purposes, The Los Angeles Times reported. The Turkish government, which had leased out the yacht, has repossessed it.

The yacht once belonged to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey.

Turkish authorities say they have documents proving that Mashkevitch paid up front to rent the yacht for five days and that the prostitutes were on board, Ynet reported. The boat reportedly was rented out regularly as part of a sex-trade scheme in which passengers would pay several thousand dollars for one night on board.

Some commentators reportedly are saying that the scandal besmirches Ataturk’s name, which is a punishable offense.
Sasha Baron "Cohen" and Alexander Mashkevitch's religion, rabbinic Judaism, sanctions child rape (see: Judaism Discovered pp. 422-436).

Also see:

Found: Ancient Capital of 'Jewish' Khazar Kingdom

Moldovan Orthodox Christians DID NOT Smash or Dump a Menorah

Ex-B'nai B'rith director awaits sentence in child porn crimes



Un Juif reste un Juif !

Maurice Pinay said...

Yesterday, the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress website issued a statement of blanket denial admitting only that Machkevitch was on a business trip in Turkey. I regret having not taken a screen shot of that statement because it has been scrubbed and replaced by a modified denial in which it is admitted that Mashkevitch was on a "business cruise" in Turkey which was boarded by coast guard patrol.


"Mr Machkevitch was on a business trip in Turkey, and while taking an business cruise with few of his colleges and friends their yacht was boarded for what was appeared to Mr Machkevitch as a simple inspection by a coast guard patrol."


It's remarkable the degree that this story has been kept out of the press in the U.S. and from Machkevitch's Wikipedia page. JTA and the L.A. Times scrubbed the story from the record.

Machkevitch and Chabad Lubavitch Rabbi Yeshaya E. Cohen are jointly "the leaders of Kazakhstan's 'Jewish' community."

Maurice Pinay said...

The denial statement linked to above has been rewritten again. I have a screenshot of the version I quoted.

Maurice Pinay said...

These allegations have the ring of truth to them for a few reasons. The Telegraph UK reported Sept 30 that there were underage "prostitutes" on board this boat but didn't report who the 'businessman' were. Given their credentials, this would be expected in a Western newspaper. At first Mashkevitch's denials didn't mention being on a boat. After it became impossible to deny he was on the boat in question he admitted to being on the boat but claimed, "there was nothing illegal or amoral happening on the boat." Mashkevitch supports this claim by saying he wasn't arrested or charged with any crime. However, it's common that a billionaire oligarch and holder of a diplomatic passport would not be charged with such a crime. Less powerful people who were on board the board reportedly were arrested and charged with crimes.


Kemal Ataturk's yacht seized over vice ring allegations

30 Sep 2010 - Telegraph UK

Turkey's government has seized the one-time state yacht of Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey, following media reports that a vice ring had used the vessel to throw sex parties with prostitutes.

Eight women and two underage girls, all of whom were believed to be prostitutes, were taken for health checks after authorities in the Mediterranean city of Antalya confiscated the 136-metre Savarona, state-run Anatolian news agency reported.

Eight people, including two women, remain in custody, it said.

The Savarona had been leased to a businessman by the Finance Ministry.

"I gave the necessary instructions for the cancellation of the ship's lease," Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek told Anatolian, adding the Culture Ministry should now take ownership of the vessel.

"If the company does not agree on the cancellation of the ship's licence, we will take the case to court and make the effort to have it annulled by a court ruling."

Anatolian said leaders of the sex-ring charged clients between $3,000 and $10,000 for a night with the prostitutes, who came from Russia and Ukraine.

Ataturk, a war hero who founded Turkey from the ashes of the defeated Ottoman Empire, is Turkey's most revered figure. Statues and portraits of the warrior statesman are ubiquitous, and insults to his memory are punishable with a jail sentence.

Turkey bought the Savarona in 1938, and Ataturk spent a few weeks aboard the yacht but died later that year.

Mehmet Sevigen, a member of parliament from the opposition CHP party founded by Ataturk, said the Culture Ministry should turn the yacht into a museum as soon as possible.

"The prostitution scandal on the ship is a major impertinence to the memory of Ataturk," Mr Sevigen said.