Mossad Agent Was A Hollywood Producer
'Fight Club' producer Arnon Milchan: I helped Israeli spy agency
Now that its admitted the jewish Mossad is operating in Hollywood as its run by jews.
The jewish Mossad was behind 911:
And we have a jewish Mossad Agent as the producer of "Fight Club".
Remember what was in the "Fight Club" Movie, note the towers in the movie that went down 911 style and are related to the financial sector as well, just like the World Trade Center.
That is not all, this is stands out side the World Trade Center....
In the movie, "Fight Club". They attack and blow up this the same art that stands at the World Trade Center.
We can note again another noted example of the jews using their media for such agenda....Sandy Hook:
Note the character Adam Lanza the fake shooter was cast to be a major Batman fan. This ties the subliminal from the Batman movie into the mass mind. The jews have gone far and wide to shut down all investigation into Sandy Hook.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/26/showbiz/h ... py-agency/
Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan confirmed what has been rumored for decades -- that he secretly helped Israel develop its nuclear weapons program.
Milchan, who has produced dozens of major movies and worked with the biggest stars, worked for Israel's now-defunct spy unit Bureau of Scientific Relations, he told Israeli television's Uvda "Fact 14" show.
A 2011 book detailed Milchan's secret work, but until now he has not talked openly about his life of espionage.
Milchan, whose films include "Fight Club," "Pretty Woman," and "L.A. Confidential," set up and operated dozens of companies that helped Israel obtain parts and plans for its nuclear project in the 1980s, he said.
"I did it for my country and I'm proud of it," Milchan told interviewer Ilana Dayan in a report aired this week.
His spy work was a rumor in the 1980s when Milchan was producing movies, including "The King of Comedy" and "Once Upon a Time in America" with actor Robert De Niro.
De Niro sat with Milchan for an interview with Dayan for the show. He said he suspected something about the producer's "ventures" decades ago, but "I wasn't sure."
He didn't question his producer about the rumors because "it wasn't my business," he said. "He didn't ask me certain things and I don't ask him. "