Evolution of Dispossession

Evolution of Dispossession
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Monday, November 15, 2010

Who Thought Up This Bribe?

So the US wants to give Israel $3 billion worth of F-35's just so the Israelis won't illegally build more settlements in the next 3 months. Then they can resume building? Plus the US offers to fight UN resolutions against Israel. The US does that anyway. And what does the US get for giving away our military technology and weaponry? I wonder what James Baker would say about this deal.

2 comments:

MOM said...

Who thought up this bribe?

Not hard to find the answer to that...In addition to the $6 billion per year that we give that country, they now get another $3+ billion (I say $3 billion PLUS because everyone knows that the development of new technology in U.S. government contracts always exceeds the original estimate) for our F-35's.

The sources anti-Obama are now saying that Obama is doing nothing for Israel. Oh my God!

Obama bribed Israel to stop building illegal settlements in East Jerusalem and the West Bank. They are never satisfied with anything that we do! Even though we will pay Israel to dismantle these horrible illegal settlements when the world community decides that Israel must dismantle them. DEJA VU! How many times do we have to learn this lesson?

I am just so sick and tired of Israel (and its supporters) dragging out Holocaust movies to support everything that that country does. When I see several Holocaust movies on prime-time TV in Europe now, I ask, "What has Israel now done that is horrific against the Lebanese, the people of Gaza, the Palestinians?"

I used to cry when I saw Holocaust movies. I don't anymore because I know that these movies are supporting the larger, more malevolent agenda of Israel.

MOM said...

I think that if we want a "millenium of peace", we must forget about fables of nationalism. We cannot be human/humane without abandoning that concept. I do not think that Jesus was terribly committed to Jewish nationalism, nor was he committed to Roman nationalism. He was committed to the reduction of human suffering occurring during his life.