Although Israel has attempted to kill Americans in two separate terrorist attacks, the Lavon Affair and the USS Liberty (both false-flag attacks aimed at drawing America into a war with Egypt), the majority of Americans are still unwavering in their support for Israel. Americans also seem willing to forgive Israel for spying on the US on numerous occasions including the Jonathon Pollard affair, the 2005 AIPAC spying case, the dancing Israelis who were caught filming the September 11, 2001 attacks and celebrating afterwards, and the Israeli art students who the FBI concluded were part of the largest spying ring in American history and had to have had knowledge of the September 11, 2001 attacks but failed to warn America because, as Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu claimed directly after the attacks, “We are benefitting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq.” He also said, “these events have swung American public opinion in our favor.
America has spent countless treasure and lives invading Afghanistan and Iraq for Israel’s security. It’s amazing that this factual statement is still in debate today, but to clarify, Iraq had no capacity to threaten America’s security with no weapons of mass destruction or connections to terrorism. Many Americans think their government invaded Iraq for oil, but that is completely false. America gets the vast majority of its oil from Mexico, Canada, Nigeria, and Venezuela rather than the Middle East (shipping costs are prohibitive). If America’s goal was truly to secure further energy resources it would have built a pipeline from Canada or invested in its plentiful natural gas reserves rather than spending a trillion dollars bombing and destroying Iraq’s oil production capacity and then taking no oil for its efforts. The truth is that the only reason Islamic terrorists attacked America was because of its unabashed support for what Nobel Peace Prize winners Jimmy Carter and Bishop Desmond Tutu deem an Israeli apartheid regime; and the terrorists specified this on record. The architects of the Iraq war, Pearl and Wolfowitz, were both closely tied to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), which mercilessly campaigned for the war. In addition, 90% of the American mainstream media is now controlled by 6 corporations, and the majority of the executives who run these media outlets also happen to be zionists, as the following video proves. In order to quell criticism of the obviously dubious pretext for the Iraq war, these media outlets censored critics by labeling them unsupportive of the troops and traitors.
Regardless of these actions, Americans still love to give the Israel tens of billions of tax dollars every year in direct aid, valuable military equipment that is deemed “scrapped,” and preferential contracts. The question is now though, will America support or even conduct a military action in Iran for Israel’s security? Many top American military generals like Admiral Dempsey and Fallon have concluded that the attack would be disastrous. Even the former head of the Mossad believes an attack would be imprudent at this time.
The Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper have said they don’t believe that Iran has decided to build a bomb. National Security Adviser Tom Donilon spent three days in Israel, reportedly arguing against an Israeli attack.The broader intelligence community has concluded that Iran is a rational actor that would not attack Israel or America if they get a nuke, and that Iran has not made the choice to pursue a weapons program. Given these facts, it appears as if the real reason Israel doesn’t want Iran to have a weapon is so that they can remain in charge of the Middle East with their 300 strong nuclear arsenal.
The pressure on Obama to agree to attack Iran is increasing by the day. The American media is beating the war drums and spewing incredible amounts of propaganda at the American people. The mainstream media consistently tells the American people that Obama is being “weak” on Iran, which will hurt his election chances. They are right about this point, but it is not what most Americans think. What they are really saying is not that it will cost Obama votes, because most Americans are unsupportive of a war on Iran, but that Jewish Americans give an estimated 50% of the total campaign contributions in America and will therefore have great influence upon who is elected.
Sheldon Adelson, an American who said he was sad he served in the US army instead of the serving in the Israeli Defense Force and also said that all he cared about was being a good zionist, is single handedly financing Newt Gingrich’s campaign. Mitt Romney has also taken significant sums of money from Jewish organizations that are hawkish on Iran.
Obama was called into the American Israel Public Affairs committee today to answer questions on why he has not been stronger on Iran. His top financial contributors are Jewish American organizations like Goldman Sachs who do not appreciate Obama putting America’s interests ahead of Israel’s. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to America on Tuesday to emphatically tell Obama to issue an ultimatum to Iran or else lose campaign financing for his re-election.
The question Americans have to ask themselves now is whether or not they are willing to starve in order to allow Israel to push its neighbors around? If Israel and the US strike Iran, gas prices will likely reach $6-7 a gallon, which will have a dramatic impact on the average American. In fact, just the warmongering alone by Israel and the zionist controlled American media has caused nearly a $1 price hike. This costs the average American an extra $123 per month or $1,476 per year. With the current gas prices near $4 a barrel, the average American will spend 9% of their total income on gas.
If America or Israel attack Iran, most experts estimate that it will cost the average American an additional $2952-$4428 per year, which will be devastating for most American families. Under normal circumstances, the American public would probably not be crushed by the effects of a war with Iran, but now, after having fought two disastrous wars and harboring a large budget deficit, $15 trillion national debt, $100 trillion in unfunded entitlements, and a weak economy, a further war will most likely mean that Americans will have to forgo medical care, medicine, and possibly even food. So we must ask ourselves if Israel’s ability to push their neighbors around in the Middle East and their desire to continue infringing on Palestinian territory against international law is worth Americans dying from lack of medical care and starvation?