Game Theory & Israel

Jeff Gates is an attorney, acclaimed author, and former counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance. He has also served as an adviser to some 35 foreign governments.

In Guilt by Association Gates explains his personal awakening to the endorsed, systemic criminality going on in the background of politics. Jeff illustrates the US’s long-term relationship with the Israeli Zionist enclave that was recognized in 1948 during Truman’s presidency – a group responsible for expanding organized crime to a global scale behind the façade of a sovereign state.

He gives details of how this core allegiance of men have successfully victimized America and waged an unconventional war against the American public through domination of the “in-between domains” of media, pop culture, politics, think tanks and education.

Gates discusses the ideas of an embedded consensus, the simple math of campaign contributions, assets, and groomed politicians. He demonstrates how the US came to stand shoulder to shoulder with Israel and the role of the Israeli Lobby to take control of Congress. He also highlights Hollywood’s role in advancing the narrative, extremism in faith communities, and the challenges of a society and government that operates by a consensus.

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Gates explains more about Game Theory;

“In 2005, the Nobel Prize in Economic Science was awarded to Israeli mathematician and game theory specialist Robert J. Aumann, co-founder of the Center for Rationality at Hebrew University. This Jerusalem resident explains: “the entire school of thought that we have developed here in Israel” has turned “Israel into the leading authority in this field.”

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Israeli strategists rely on game theory models to ensure the intended response to staged provocations and manipulated crises. With the use of game theory algorithms, those responses become predictable, even foreseeable—within an acceptable range of probabilities. The waging of war “by way of deception” is now a mathematical discipline.”

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