Max Igan

Home / Max Igan

Trade Not Aid Update – November 6, 2012 – UK Judge Orders Return of Stolen Vehicles & Property

7.11.2012   Ken O'Keefe   Blog   3 Comments

Today was the final hearing for the case against the Trade Not Aid hijackers Cate (Catherine) Myles (aka Soraya Fitzgerald) and Sammi Coulthard (aka Saja Rana & Maitreyi Atmaja).  It cost over £600 in court fees, money that should have gone directly into the cause.  It took countless hours of work collecting evidence to establish the crime, something I wish I could have avoided.  But today District Judge Evans actually infused just a bit of honour into the embarrassingly corrupt UK system… a system so blatantly servile to Israel/Rothschildland.  Today Judge Evans ordered that the stolen 18-ton Renault truck and Metrorider Minibus, along with all donated goods onboard are to be returned to Aloha Palestine CIC & Samouni Project within 28 days.

Max Igan & Ken O’Keefe in Gaza – False Flags & America’s ‘National Interest’ – September 2012

27.09.2012   Ken O'Keefe   Blog   5 Comments

I think this is going to be one of people’s favorite videos as it is genuinely funny and yet very serious. Max Igan and myself get into this one by showing a sycophantic Patrick Clawson of the Washington Institute for Near East spouting some truly incredible historical narrative. This useful idiot lays out the catalogue of US false flags and manipulations that have resulted in America’s perpetual state of war. After reviewing Clawson’s entire two-minute clip we then break it down piece by piece in a humorous way, after which we take a serious look at what this all means. Specifically, the ever-present threat of World War III and nuclear annihilation.

Max Igan & Ken O’Keefe Freestyle on Gaza Rooftop – September 2012

26.09.2012   Ken O'Keefe   Blog   No comments

Max Igan & Ken O’Keefe Freestyle on Gaza Rooftop

Back in Gaza with Max Igan & the Samouni Family

25.09.2012   Ken O'Keefe   Blog   11 Comments

It is ironic how unplanned events often impact your life far more than those that are planned. Before you know it you are taken down a path of which the universe, God, some unknowable force is clearly in charge, we become but a passenger. Meeting the Samouni family has been like that, it has caused a chain reaction of events that has dominated my life for the last 18 months. In that time I have known the greatest of joy, the joy of receiving a child’s smile upon your return for instance. I cannot guess at the amount of smiles reciprocated with the Samouni kids and yet the joy it produces never diminishes.