24 December 2009


Newsflash, well, for some of us anyway. Now to all you "hope and change" believers will ye wake up please? According to Israel, Obama beats Bush at cooperating with Israel. And Israel says it's true. Your "hope and change man of peace" who won the Nobel Peace Prize for doing nothing treats Israel better than Bush did. It’s all been just “more pretty O- words” about making peace, about a free and just Palestinian state, about pushing Israel back to 67 borders, about removing illegal settlers, all words, no action. Why? Because all the “actions” are going on behind the scenes Another interesting "Wake Up" Call after this:
link Leaders in Washington and Jerusalem have publicly locked horns over the issue of West Bank settlements. Behind the scenes, however, strategic security relations between the two countries are flourishing

Israeli officials have been singing the praises of President Obama for his willingness to address their defense concerns and for actions taken by his administration to bolster Israel’s qualitative military edge—an edge eroded, according to Israel, during the final year of the George W. Bush presidency.

Among the new initiatives taken by the administration, the Forward has learned, are adjustments in a massive arms deal that the Bush administration made with Arab Gulf states in response to Israeli concerns. There have also been upgrades in U.S.-Israeli military cooperation on missile defense. And a deal is expected next year that will see one of the United States’ most advanced fighter jets go to Israel with some of America’s most sensitive new technology.

Amid the cacophony of U.S.-Israel clashes on the diplomatic front, public attention given to this intensified strategic cooperation has been scant. But in a rare public comment in October, Israeli U.S. Ambassador Michael Oren praised the Obama administration’s response to complaints about lost ground during the close of the Bush years as “warm and immediate.”

“We came to the Obama administration and said, ‘Listen, we have a problem here,’ ” Oren told a gathering of the National Jewish Democratic Council. “The administration’s reaction was immediate: We are going to address this issue

well-informed Israeli sources say, also were stoked by a massive $20 billion arms deal that the United States signed with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states during the Bush administration’s last year.

The United States and Israel also have recently launched a new consultative mechanism for discussing and addressing issues relating to Israel’s qualitative military edge. This new process, involving key officials from the Pentagon and State Department on the American side and Israel’s Foreign and Defense ministries, is currently being applied to several outstanding Israeli concerns. Israeli defense officials and pro-Israel activists characterize this as a significant development in strategic consultations between the two countries.
America’s commitment to maintaining Israel’s qualitative military edge was codified directly into U.S. law via 2008 legislation backed by AIPAC. The legislation requires the president to report to Congress periodically on actions taken by the administration to ensure Israel’s advantage.
Americans don’t “get it”, this is ALL about keeping jobs in America and big military contracts, never mind what the future brings for Americans for the decisions made today with regards to Israel. Don't say you don't know why the world despises American policy, or why Muslims hate you. There is not one person who can be elected to represent America as President, with the foresight and courage to change the path of your country, to for once be on the right side of things by supporting real Democracy in Arab countries (as opposed to American created Democracy), to stop waging wars against Muslim countries because of whom they vote for, or which dictator will cooperate with America. Americans are all owed by a foreign country called Israel, you just don’t realise it yet, too busy living your lives and shopping at Walmart. Want to know why Jimmy Carter apologised, crawled and begged for forgiveness to Jews and Israel for calling it an "Apartheid State?" Because his Grandson has decided to go into politics. Need any more proof that NO Americans can get elected without making a pact with Israel? So remember this for your future, where Israel goes, you WILL follow, for you are “The United States of Israel” all hail the Star of David………


Anonymous said...

As my friends with sons always say, "Mr. President, I won't let my son fight for the United States of Israel". Its a worry that many American parents have since its inevitable that many of our boys will be doing Israels dirty work under the guise of "democracy". It's apparent that IDF are too precious or more likely, cowardly to go fight against an actually fully armed military though. They are trained to destroy the helpless but beyond that-no cajones. Lets see them take on Iran themselves and leave our young to prosper. Its their frigging war. My son and daughter will never fight for the U.S of I. EVER.

Irish4Palestine said...

Yes, I feel so badly for the American soldiers being used as cannon fodder for Israels wars against Muslims. Were I an American, they;d never get my children, ever.

It is one thing to fight against people who actualy attack your country, an another to fight against people who have never done one thing to you, except belong to a different religion and not support Israel.

Anonymous said...

I actually think that parents in the U.S need to start demilitarizing the culture. If you have been here, you will understand that many little things are happening to steer children into the military, for example, the military is in public schools running programs and the Army uses commercials similar to Play Station games (man in keffiyah is the target in one commercial).......we can't fight it in society but we can in our own homes. Some of us are. I just want to let you know that yes, Americans as a whole are a bunch of idiots but there is an underground and its is fighting. Its larger than you imagine but quite enough because its about our children.

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