Bollyn Responds to Voxeo
January 7, 2008
It’s nice to see that Voxeo is responding to my article about their alleged involvement in the Iowa caucus of 2004. This is certainly more than the other privately-held companies running U.S. elections do and is commendable.
It’s interesting, however, that Dan York of Voxeo does not address the most pertinent questions that my article raises: Did Voxeo handle the Iowa caucus phone tally results in 2004 and 2008? What exactly are the connections between Israel and Voxeo, IRdg, and Jonathan Taylor, the CEO and founder of both Voxeo and IRdg?
It has been reported in the press that Taylor’s IRdg company and technology were acquired by MediaGate, the Israeli subsidiary of Elron Electronic Industries in 1997. From that point, Mr. Taylor and his software team wrote software for their Israeli parent company, MediaGate, from late 1997 until at least late 1999. There are many connections and links between Taylor, the CEO of Voxeo and Israeli intelligence. It may be that Mr. Taylor is not fully aware of the degree of Mossad involvement in the companies he co-founded.
I will show these connections and links in a forthcoming article about the Mossad Network and how these companies and individuals are linked to each other and to the heinous crime of false flag terrorism – 9-11. Very briefly, I will sketch the skeleton or frame of the foreign intelligence network which I will describe in detail in the article:
Jonathan Taylor, the co-founder and current CEO and President of Voxeo, was one of the founders of IRdg with John Higgins in Winter Park, Florida. Higgins and Taylor ran IRdg from 1995 until 1997, when their company was acquired by MediaGate of Ra’anana, Israel. MediaGate, at the time, was a subsidiary of Elron Electronic Industries, the parent company of Israeli defense electronics company Elbit. Elron is closely connected to the Israeli military and its intelligence agencies.
MOSSAD’S CORPORATE NETWORK IN THE U.S.A.
One needs to understand how the Mossad corporate network works in the United States to acquire American technology. It spawns companies that are U.S. branches of the Mossad-controlled parent company in Israel. The Mossad has venture capital funds to enable the acquisitions by this network and to create branches and “cut out” companies, some of which have American or Arabic staff to give the impression that they are an American or Arabic-owned company.
If we look at the directors of Elron Electronic Industries, the parent company who acquired IRdg and for whom Mr. Taylor wrote software for about two years, we can see some of the key players in this network. For the purpose of this brief article we will only look at one, a Mr. Ari Bronshtein, who the company’s website says joined Elron as a director in March 2006.
The Elron website says that Mr. Bronshtein served as Manager of business analysis at Comverse Technologies, Inc. from 1999 to 2000. How interesting. Comverse is the company that was headed by Kobi Alexander who stole several hundred million dollars and is now a fugitive of U.S. justice in Namibia. Mr. Bronshtein must know Mr. Alexander and have a good idea of how this criminal activity took place. He was, after all a senior manager of the Israeli-owned company that was stealing the American money and technology.
Comverse was also an owner of Odigo, which evidently acquired the IRdg software through its connection to MediaGate, the company that Jonathan Taylor was writing software and which owned IRdg, lock, stock and barrel.
As the Jerusalem Post wrote about MediaGate in 2000: “MediaGate, which was founded seven years ago and has two offices in the U.S., has developed the iPost server, which can unify all kinds of messages: voice, fax, e-mail, paging, data, video, voice over Internet Protocol and video over IP.”
When MediaGate took over IRdg in 1997, the Orlando Sentinel wrongly described it as a company from San Jose, California, and said it had been “founded by several Silicon Valley veterans.” The reader is deceived and given no indication whatsoever that this is a foreign company acquiring American technology and software. IRdg, which had only launched its product, had created a message retrieval system which combined Internet, phone mail, and fax communications. Messages in any form could be retrieved via computer or telephone using the product developed by Taylor and Higgins in central Florida.
This is what MediaGate said it developed and what Odigo wound up having. Odigo, which was owned by Comverse, came out with the same technology that IRdg had developed. How did they get it? Ask Mr. Bronshtein and Kobi Alexander. This is actually how the Israelis obtain most of their technology. They buy it or steal it. In this case, with Taylor and IRdg, they have probably done both.
Odigo used this American-invented technology on 9-11 to send instant text messages to other Israelis on their Hebrew-language “buddy list” telling all Israelis to avoid the area of lower Manhattan on the morning of 9-11. Most of them decided to stay home that day, as we now know.
It is interesting to note that Mr. Bronshtein has also served as chairman of the investment committee of Stage One, one of the high-tech venture capital funds run by Israeli military intelligence. Stage One was one of the investors in Guardium, another Mossad-spawned company, which Michael Goff worked for.
Michael S. Goff, a lawyer from Worcester, Mass., ran Ptech from the beginning in 1994. Goff, who was responsible for the procurement of all Ptech software, also worked for the Mossad software company, Guardium.
Photo from Goff Communications. This photo and description of Mike’s work at Ptech was removed shortly after I exposed his connection to foreign intelligence.
Michael Goff is the Jewish and Zionist son of B’nai B’rith super Masons who quit his legal practice in Worcester to start a company with some Lebanese Muslims and Saudi financing called Ptech in Quincy, Mass. Ptech is an example of the Arab cut-out I described above. It was an Israeli-run company designed to appear Muslim. Why would they do that, you ask?
Because Ptech was involved in infiltrating the computer networks of the U.S. government and military. 9-11 “truth seekers” actually presented the Arab facade of the Ptech cut-out at 9-11 conferences in 2002 in a sophisticated attempt to blame Arabs and Muslims for 9-11. We were not all deceived by this song and dance, however.
Oussama Ziade, a Lebanese Muslim immigrant who came to the United States in 1985, is said to have founded Ptech in 1994. But the company’s original manager of marketing and information systems was Michael S. Goff, whose PR firm, Goff Communications, represented Guardium, a Mossad-linked software company.
“As information Systems manager for Ptech, Michael handled design, deployment and management of its Windows and Macintosh, data, and voice networks,” Goff’s web site said at the time I exposed Ptech’s connection to the Mossad in April 2005. Goff also “performed employee training and handled all procurement for software systems and peripherals.”
So Goff, who works with Mossad’s Guardium, was responsible for “all procurement for software systems” at Ptech. Can I make this any clearer?
I asked Goff, who left the Worcester law firm of Seder and Chandler in 1994, how he would up working at Ptech. “Through a temp agency,” Goff said, but he could not remember the name of the agency.
Why would a well-educated lawyer working in a firm in his home town suddenly become a Kelly Girl temp? Or was it an assignment through Sayan Temps of Mossad?
Goff told me that he did not know who had written the Ptech software code.
Thanks to Goff, however, this mysterious Ptech enterprise software wound up on all the U.S. government computers and played a key role in the confusion that prevailed on FAA, NORAD, and Air Force computers on 9-11. Michael Goff’s role in launching Ptech is very similar to Gary L. Reback’s role in launching Voxeo.
Reback quit his law firm to start Voxeo as the company’s first CEO from 2000 until the spring of 2001, and then he suddenly quit, less than a year later, and went back to practicing law. How odd.
There is much more to this Mossad network and its connections to Voxeo’s Jonathan Taylor and IRdg. I am providing this basic framework in the hope that the good people at Voxeo might stop laughing and realize that there is much more to my assertions than hot air.
As a former employee of IBM Global Network Services, I appreciate what Jim Ferrans, wrote on the Voxeo blog:
“But because computers are involved here, there’s a possibility of bugs and of criminal modifications to the software, either at Voxeo or in the web server hosting the web application.”
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