Sunday, March 14, 2010

Time to Tell America to go to Hell?


Originally published at Blogcritics Magazine on 9 March 2010.
Copyright © R. Kossover, 2010

The Sunday (07 March 2010) edition of the Hebrew daily, Ma'ariv, carried this headline, Obama's deputy [Vice President Joseph Biden] brings clear message to Israel: 'Don't attack Iran'"

There was a time, some forty years ago, when such messages would have been conveyed behind closed doors. Indeed, in 1967 and 1973 the Americans tried to bully Israel into eschewing preemptive strikes on the Arabs when clear intelligence indicated an intent to attack and destroy Israel. But the bullying was all done behind closed doors. Now the bullying is open and out in the open, and all the excuse making does not hide the fact that Obama and his sycophants are bullying Israel all the time. This is nothing but a falafel republic, on a lower level even than Lebanon.

When Israel ignored and defied the United States in 1967 it won a stunning victory, conquering the Sinai and liberating Gaza, Judea, Samaria, the Heights of Golan, and of course, unifying Jerusalem. When Israel caved in to American pressure in 1973, it fought desperately for its survival, suffering 2,500 casualties and losing diplomatically everywhere. The world is a cruel place and it stomps on losers. But more to the point, we can clearly see that the American government, no matter what face it puts on to the public to deceive it, is against the State of Israel. Its advice is inevitably a disaster for us.

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The bloody Military Industrial Complex in Israel and the United States collaborate with each other, with the "blessings" of the Vatican and their German tools (whose evil eye is on Jerusalem). The Israelis don't need wicked Americans to corrupt their leaders - they're already as rotten to the core as can be!

It's past time the American people cut off all foreign welfare - whether to the Israeli oligarchy, Egypt or Haiti - and it's past time the Israelis repent and finally establish a truly Jewish homeland that trusts in God, as Meir Kahane called for by reminding the nation of the Law of Moses.

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