When Mossad’s Eavesdropping Didn’t Produce Expected Results

Dr. David Russell-Weisz - WA Director General of Health

Dr. David Russell-Weisz – WA Director General of Health

Dr. David Russell-Weisz started working as WA Director General of Health in August 2015. Shortly afterward, Mossad took complete control of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, SCGH. It is obvious what that means.

There are certain events that happened at SCGH that made me realise that the person behind Mossad criminal activities at the hospital was much more senior than the top management at the institution.

Mossad loves eavesdropping on unsuspecting people. However, as Mossad must have learnt by now, eavesdropping is the easy part. Analysing and making correct use of the data so obtained is another matter altogether.

Playing God

When an underground criminal organisation with access to the most advanced surveillance technology, unlimited money and very well-paid and motivated personnel decides to play god, then they might discover that the true God cannot tolerate such sacrilege. They will obtain data that will lead to obvious conclusions, only to discover later that things are not always so clear cut.

Seven years ago, I discovered someone had planted a listening device either inside the house or nearby, and was listening to my conversations discreetly. I would not have known about the eavesdropping if the people listening to my conversations did not attempt to take advantage of what they heard.

Looking back, I know Mossad must have been super excited by what they heard me saying. That must have been the reason they established a sophisticated plot against me based on what they had heard me say.

But unbeknown to Mossad, what they heard meant something totally different. But they couldn’t know that, because human beings, regardless of how clever they might be, cannot possibly know everything about a person even though they are listening to his conversations 24/7. Ditto if they are watching him 24/7.

For privacy reasons, I will use an analogy to explain what Mossad heard, their reaction, and why their reaction made me realise someone was eavesdropping on me.

When What is Said Means Something Totally Different

A criminal entity plants a listening device in Jake’s home. One day they hear him say to himself: “If only I could find someone to sell me slugs for my powerful xyz rifle…I won’t mind buying at 10 times the retail price…Oh Gosh! If only it was legal to own such a rifle…”

If a law-abiding person heard Jake say that, he would probably inform the police about it. But a criminal organisation mind decide to take advantage of the situation. Now, if the said underground organisation actually wanted to destroy Jake, then hearing him say that would sound like sweet music to their ears.

So they decide to have someone pose as an underground seller of the slugs Jake wants.

But there is something they do not know. Jake has never owned an xyz rifle, nor is he looking to buy any bullets. He was just repeating a phrase he read in a memorable book years back.

When people start approaching him in the street asking to sell xyz bullets, he knows the only way they would connect him to such a matter is if they were listening to him talking in his own house. He thinks they might be the police, but he is not worried because if they wanted to search his house, he would gladly oblige, and was ready to explain why he talked about the illegal rifle.

Later, he discovers that the people trying to implicate him in illegal activity are not in any way allied to law enforcement, but actually intend to set him up.

My situation was similar to the description above, though it was a very different matter.


I have seen Mossad make many such erroneous assumptions based on the data they have collected about me. Interestingly, in all these years, Mossad have never been able to find a way to blackmail me. From their actions, I think they believed that everyone must have something in their past that can be used to blackmail them, or a weakness that can be used to exploit them.

Well, they now know not everyone falls in that category. I suppose Mossad has now updated their training manual in their college in Tel Aviv, Israel, taking into consideration the fact that some people are unblackmailable.


Mossad’s terrorism against me and my family has had very negative effects on all of us. The only positive thing is that after I discovered that Mossad had a backdoor they were using to by-pass all antivirus I ever used, I decided to stop using any in my phone or computer, including those of my immediate family, thus saving money.

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