Thursday, March 18, 2010

America first, Jews last

We now know the identity of the traitorous Jew in the White House who denied Biden's words:
"Meanwhile, Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel denied to Minority Whip Republican Eric Cantor that Biden had said in closed talks with Netanyahu that Israeli insistence on settlement expansion was putting American soldiers at risk."

We know for certain that Biden said what Emanuel denied because Biden's words track exactly what Petraeus' team told Mullen.

Petraeus is trying to overturn the lie that Israel's security - or, rather, the ability of the Jews to continue to kill people and steal their land - is America's security. Despite the predictable caving of American politicians to the Jewish onslaught, Petraeus hasn't given up. The standard Jewish lie is that peace with the Palestinians can't be negotiated until Hamas and Hezbollah have been removed, and Hamas and Hezbollah can't be removed until there is 'regime change' in Iran. Petraeus has completely and correctly reversed this, making the obvious point that a just settlement of the Palestinian issue, not to mention the Israeli-Syrian issues (more Jewish land theft), would remove much of the Iranian strength in the Middle East. He also correctly told the the Senate Armed Services Committee: "Arab anger over the Palestinian question limits the strength and depth of U.S. partnerships with governments and peoples, and weakens the legitimacy of moderate regimes in the Arab world." The Jewish lies about the Middle East are directed entirely to Jewish colonialist expansion, and harm real American interests. The Pentagon knows it.

Petraeus reportedly wants someday to be President. I can see him running on an America-first platform (I hope he has good bodyguards).
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