Documents released by Britain prove Israeli involvement in Idi Amin’s Ugandan coup which led to Genocide of 500,000 including Indians and whites.

Idi Amin, who was and is painted by mass media as a megalomaniacal Ugandan demagogue that oversaw the persecution, extermination, and expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Ugandans of East Indian & British origin, during his reign of terror, seems to be yet another mass media manipulative lie! 

The video below, confirms what we discovered in Britain’s recently released Ugandan documents:- Idi Amin’s incontrovertible ties to Israel. Amin, responsible for the ethnic cleansing of Uganda’s White and Indian population was bought and paid for by ISRAEL.

Confiscating property and businesses, decimating infrastructure, ravaging Uganda’s national economy and killing anyone and everyone in his path, regardless of racial background are undeniable facets of Amin’s black nationalist historical legacy. Carefully omitted from the annals of twentieth century history however, are Amin’s incontrovertible ties to Israel, and their Zionist allies in the CIA. Like Mandela and Mugabe, Amin’s meteoric rise to head of state from field captain was facilitated by his Mossad handlers and financiers in Israel and the US. (1) Unlike the aforementioned marionettes, Amin had also received much of his military training in Israel; first as a paratrooper with the IDF, then with Mossad and Israeli Secret Police.

One may wonder what International Jewry gains from cozying up to, in some cases, propping up black African despots? Decolonization of Africa, followed World War II as nations agitated for independence, and weakened colonial powers withdrew their administrators from the region. The US, Israel, the Soviets and Chinese were eager to see the ‘Old World’ out of Africa, and the new one, in.

There were resources to exploit, arms to sell and in Israel’s case, crucial geo-strategical alliances to forge. The US, Israel, Britain, and Soviet Union had operatives stationed all over Africa, courting the newly empowered and insidiously corrupt African heads of state. Amin was no exception. Decolonization did not mean political and financial withdrawal from the region. On the contrary; national economies were still to be controlled by western powers, just with black figures at the helm.

Many likened the financial opportunities in Post-colonial Africa to the early days of Empire, when private firms like the British East India Company were able to exploit banana republics without consequence. Black African leaders presented exponentially more corruptible targets than British civil service officers. There were now just new competitors. Instead of the Dutch, French and Spanish; the Americans, Soviets, Chinese and Israelis were in the fold.

In the case of Uganda and Idi Amin, Israel’s interest was particularly strong. Amin provided Israel with not only an ally, but more importantly, a leader who they hoped would one day speak for the whole of Sub Saharan Africa. Pan Africanism was a burgeoning phenomenon, that although would have catastrophic ramifications for Africa’s white inhabitants, and blacks once economies began falling like dominoes, it presented a glorious business opportunity for Israel. Israel, in spite of undeniable Jewish disdain for people of sub-Saharan origin, billed itself as the leader of the Pan-African movement. The Jews after all were an oppressed non-white minority much like the newly liberated African colonists.

The fact that many in the Ashkenazi Israeli ruling class have light hair, light eyes and Brooklyn (New York) accents and Israelis themselves are the world’s most aggressive imperialists is often conveniently dismissed by Jews and overlooked by their black puppets. Never let the truth get in a way of a good story, or in Israel’s case, a fabulous opportunity!

Regardless, of whether or not Amin and his Pan-African followers bought Israel’s lies, Tel-Aviv had big plans for Amin and Africa, and Amin was game!


Unfortunately, as was the case in South Africa and Zimbabwe, Zionist meddling into third world affairs, proved catastrophic for all involved. Not only did it backfire on Israel, if one believes the official account of souring relations between Uganda and Israel, but on Uganda’s Jewish population, who along with their Indian & Anglo compatriots, or should I say competitors, were expelled from the country in the autumn of 1972.

Relations between Uganda and international Jewry Israel ‘apparently’ fared no better with hatred between the two nations culminating on June 27th, 1976, when Air France Flight 139, en route from Tel-Aviv to Paris was hijacked after a stopover in Athens and diverted to Uganda’s Entebbe Airport by a group linked to the Popular Front of the Liberation of Palestine due to Amin’s ‘perceived’ newfound solidarity with the Palestinians.

Israel Uganda Relations

Amin’s relationship with Israel ran deep. When Uganda, a British protectorate, gained independence in 1962, Amin, the country’s top-ranked black soldier, continued his ascent through the nation’s ranks. Milton Obote, Uganda’s first prime minister, and Amin’s ally and benefactor, promoted Amin to major the following year. In 1963 Amin served as a special trainee of the Israel Defense Forces, earning his paratrooper wings. Idi Amin spent well over two years training with the Israelis during the 1960’s.

By the mid 1960’s Amin had taken complete control of Uganda’s military, police, and been named the nation’s top general. Together, he and Obote restructured Uganda’s government; with Prime Minister Obote making the decisions, Amin enforcing them. On 25 January 1971, seeking greater influence over Uganda’s affairs, Amin seized power from Obote. During the coup speculation arose that in fact Israel, had not only trained and supported the uprising, but supplied Amin with the intelligence, arms and logistical support he needed to facilitate the coup.

The video below, confirms what we discovered in Britain’s recently released Ugandan documents:- Idi Amin’s incontrovertible ties to Israel…

Dr. Arye Oded, of the Jeruslaem Center for Public Affairs writes:

“Indeed, as chief of staff Amin had had good relations with Israeli military officers and was considered a friend of Israel. As noted, he had taken a paratroopers’ course in Israel. Israelis gave him the name Hagai Ne’eman, which means reliable helmsman” and is a Hebrew translation of the Swahili name Idi Amin. Moreover, as a member of the Kakwa tribe located near the border with Sudan, Amin supported the southern Sudanese rebels with whom he had an ethnic affinity. He shared the Israelis’ interest in aiding the southern Sudanese rebellion, whereas Obote was more cautious and even requested that Israel stop all assistance to the southern Sudanese through Uganda.

The close cooperation between Amin and the Israelis, especially with the then head of the Israeli military mission, Colonel Baruch Bar-Lev, along with Israel’s displeasure with Obote, led some to infer that Israel helped Amin in his coup. Obote himself publicly accused Israel of doing so. Historians and other commentators, however, deny such allegations and emphasize other factors involving developments within Uganda and the strained relationship between Obote and Amin. One such historian is Michael Lofchie.” (JCPA, Jewish Political Studies Review 18:3-4, Oct 1, 2006)

When Radio Uganda announced that Obote had been deposed by an Amin led coup, most suspected British or possibly American involvement. However, Foreign Office papers released in 2002 point their finger squarely at Israel.

Richard Dowden of the UK’s “Independent” reported:

“The first telegrams to London from the British High Commissioner in Kampala, Richard Slater, show a man shocked and bewildered by the coup. But he quickly turned to the man who he thought might know what was going on; Colonel Bar-Lev, the Israeli defence attaché. He found the Israeli colonel with Amin. They had spent the morning of the coup together. Slater’s next telegram says that according to Colonel Bar-Lev: ‘Amin is now firmly in control of all elements of [the] army which controls vital points in Uganda … the Israeli defence attaché discounts any possibility of moves against Amin.

The Israelis moved quickly to consolidate the coup. In the following days Bar-Lev was in constant contact with Amin and giving him advice. Slater told London that Bar-Lev had explained “in considerable detail [how] … all potential foci of resistance, both up country and in Kampala, had been eliminated”. Shortly afterwards Amin made his first foreign trip; a state visit to Israel.

Golda Meir (Idi Amin’s Godmother), the Prime Minister, was reportedly “shocked at his shopping list” for arms.”

At the time, President Obote himself claimed that Amin’s coup had been facilitated by the Israelis; that Amin had been running sideline operations for the Israelis, supplying arms and ammunition to the Sudanese rebels in the south of the country and that after Obote relieved Amin of his duties, Israel set the wheels in motion for his removal. Tel-Aviv unsurprisingly, summarily dismissed the idea of Israeli involvement as “ludicrous speculation”. Jewish leaders in Tel-Aviv and London called any insinuation that the Ugandan regime had been toppled by “some sort of globalist Zionist conspiracy” as anti-semitic, claiming Israel’s military personel in Uganda were “solely advisers and had no connection to the coup.” (4)

Although the British government had little to do with the coup itself, they welcomed the Israeli operation with unbridled enthusiasm. “General Amin has certainly removed from the African scene one of our most implacable enemies in matters affecting Southern Africa…” wrote an enthusiastic Foreign Office official in London. The man who’d campaigned most aggressively for Britain to back Amin’s campaign in Sudan and against Obote, with arms and intelligence, was Bruce McKenzie, a former RAF pilot turned MI6 agent. McKenzie flew to Israel shortly after the coup and, to procure permission from the Israelis to back Amin. After meeting with Israel’s military attache to Uganda, he reported, “The way is now clear for our High Commission in Kampala to get close to Amin.” Amin had McKenzie killed a few years later.

Although the Israelis officially denied involvement at the time, the Jewish Telegraphic agency (JTA) did confirm that “Israel had sent technicians, military instructors and engineers to aid Uganda” and that other Israelis had gone to the country “to do business immediately after Amin’s military campaign.” It was also confirmed that Amin had several Israeli personal advisors as well as an Knesset handler and Mossad contact on “24 hour standby”.

The evidence is now certainly there to substantiate Obote’s claim that Israel did in fact facilitate the 1971 Ugandan coup d’etat regardless of the historical record or Wikipedia entry.

Still, in spite of all Israel had invested in Amin, bilateral relations between the regimes in Kampala and Tel-Aviv quickly soured. The unstable megalomaniac Amin, infuriated by Obote’s refusal to stand down silently, had military ambitions against Tanzania, where Obote had fled. “Amin immediately asked his closest ally, Israel for money and fighter jets to wage war” (2), as they had provided him in his ascent to power, but the Jewish state rejected his request. So Amin went to Libya, where Muammar Gadhafi immediately guaranteed him financial aid. The Soviet Union quickly followed suit and thus began the shift in Ugandan foreign policy and bitter all too common anti Israeli blowback.

By late 1972 Amin expelled Israeli’s diplomatic military adviser. As a sign of his new allegiance with the Arab world; Amin himself a converted Muslim, expelled 500 Israelis from Uganda, officially severing all diplomatic ties with Israel. He then embarked on a massive public relations campaign in the Arab world, courting Libya, Iran, the Saudis. Egyptians and displaced Palestinians along with the Soviets.

Amin Stated that “Arab victory in the war with Israel was inevitable and Prime Minister of Israel, Mrs. Golda Meir’s only recourse was to tuck up her knickers and run away in the direction of New York and Washington,”. He praised Hitler for his “Final Solution” to the Jewish question and felt the total annihilation of Israel was the only viable option for world peace. All within two years of having his coup funded by the very same Israelis.

Along with his international “antisemitic” press releases, Amin turned on Jews in his own country, demanding that the nation dedicate itself to one religion; Islam, and fight it’s natural jewish enemy alongside its brothers in the arab world. In a 1974 French-made-documentary, entitled President & General General Amin Dada:A Self Portrait, Amin outlined his plans for a future war against Israel, using paratroops, bombers and suicide squadrons.

The JTA writes that “Aside from Israelis, Uganda’s self-identified Jews — known as the Abayudaya — live in the country’s east. They are descendants of a group of converts who were swayed by an Old Testament-loving British missionary who conducted mass circumcisions in 1917. Amin shut down every synagogue in Uganda and beat and imprisoned observant Jews.”

Still, Uganda’s Jews suffered but an infinitesimal amount of the total crimes perpetrated by Amin’s regime, which murdered between 400,000 and 500,000 people, according to human rights organizations. If in fact Israel had propped up the madman, then the blood of all of these people are on Zionist hands. Although blowback is a bitch, anytime international Jewry can spit in the face of its European “oppressors”, destabilize the worlds hierarchy and make a quick buck in the process, regardless of how many lives are lost, they will.

Regardless of how her actions impact her own people or any other for that matter, any attack on gentile society, is to be seen as a tribal victory.

Article from G Wolf, J Lamprecht & J Sen



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