Thursday, November 09, 2006

ZOG

I don’t want to rain on anybody’s parade.  There will no doubt be some minor improvements in the lives of average Americans with a Democrat-controlled Congress.  The craziest parts of the Bush domestic legislative agenda are dead, and he won’t even bother to propose the most neanderthal of judges.  The Democrats felt snake-bit and have shaken the curse of Rove, and it’s good to prove that the United States isn’t doomed to be a one-party state forever, no matter how identical the two parties are (unfortunately, part of what happened is replacing moderate Republicans with conservative Democrats).

On the other hand, that old bugbear of the militia movement from the 90’s, the Zionist Occupation Government, is now in full force and effect.  The House is entirely the construction of Israeli military veteran Rahm Emanuel (a man with a family background in terrorist/extremist Zionism who mysteriously and suddenly popped up as a force during the Clinton years, and was rewarded with personal enrichment by the Jewish Billionaires Club), with the new members hand-chosen to ensure full compliance with the Zionist plan for the Middle East.  The most striking thing about the Democrat victory is the fact that the Republicans handed the Democrats three winning issues:

  1. prosecution of those responsible for the lies which led to the attack on Iraq,
  2. withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, and
  3. a refusal to become involved in any more wars fought against American interests,

and the Democrats ran from those issues as quickly as they could.  The voters wanted to send a clear message to Bush, so held their noses and voted for Democrats who steadfastly refused to run on the issues the voters felt were important.  The only possible explanation for the Democrat refusal to run on the winning issues is that the Lobby didn’t want its agents prosecuted, didn’t want American troops out of Iraq, and has some more wars in mind for the sole benefit of Israel.

If Rahm wasn’t bad enough, there’s also Nancy Pelosi.

Despite a possible razor-thin Democrat win in the Senate, the horse-trading necessary to pass bills will mean that the most powerful man in Congress is ultra-Zionist Joe Lieberman (and it is not a coincidence that Democrat leadership did everything it could to undermine the campaign of Ned Lamont).

Despite some talk in Israel that a sane Congress might hurt Israeli interests, Henry Waxman and AIPAC (!) laid such fears to rest:

“‘There will be some Democratic chairmen who may not share all my views or have as clear a perspective on Israel as I do,’ Rep. Henry Waxman (D-California), a Jewish lawmaker, said in a recent on-line chat with Jewish voters, sponsored by the House Democratic caucus. ‘But they will not be chairing committees dealing with Israel and the Middle East.’

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee also weighed in. In a statement last week, it said, ‘Strong bipartisan support for Israel exists in both parties and, regardless of who is in control, that support will remain steadfast.’

‘AIPAC works closely with leaders on both sides of the aisle, each deeply committed to strengthening the bonds between the United States and Israel,’ the statement continued. ‘No matter who wins the upcoming elections, AIPAC is confident that Congress will continue to support a strong Israel and a strong relationship between the United States and its most reliable ally in the Middle East.’”

From an AIPAC briefing

“AIPAC reached nearly every lawmaker elected in Tuesday’s mid-term congressional elections as part of its effort to educate political candidates on the value of the U.S.-Israel relationship. During the campaign that ended Tuesday, nearly every viable candidate met with AIPAC professional staff members and submitted a position paper summarizing his or her views on U.S. Middle East policy. A non-partisan organization, AIPAC has for decades worked with Republican and Democratic members of Congress to strengthen the ties between the United States and Israel.”

Just to make things crystal clear, the probable new chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Jane Harman, is being investigated by the FBI for her relationship to AIPAC, specifically the influence used by big AIPAC donors (aka the Jewish Billionaires Club) to keep her on the Committee in return for running interference for AIPAC in its ongoing espionage case concerning Rosen, Weissman, and Franklin.  As we know from the Iraq attack debacle, bad manipulated intelligence leads to war.

Another fake ‘terrorist’ attack, Bush calls for another war for Israel, the Zionist-controlled media lies (again), and Rahm, Nancy, Joe and Jane fall in line.  The future of the United States is actually more parlous, and in more danger from another treasonous attack from the Lobby, than it was before the midterm elections.

 

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