Israel holds the Jugular Vein of Palestine and the USA

Israel Occupation of Palestine, and the USA

Compiled by Dr. Adel Elsaie

USA "Land of the Free and Home of the Brave"? . . . what a sick joke!

Dahlia Wasfi ; America Under Israeli Occupation ( Everybody Must watch It)

Zionazi control of Congress

As Senator Chuck Schumer said: It ‘Makes Sense’ To ‘Strangle [Gaza] Economically’ Until It Votes The Way Israel Wants

Schumer, of course, is far from alone. Here are some excerpts from Democratic Senators and Representatives endorsing Israel's attack on the flotilla. It's the same old, same old. "Israel is right." "The Palestinians are wrong." And — now this is new — "the Turks are no good either." I don't cite Republicans because their views on this fit in so well with their hawkish views on pretty much every other issue. For the Democrats, the exception-to-the-rule is pronounced.

Excerpts follow. Full texts can be found here, on the AIPAC website.

Rep. Gary Ackerman (NY): "The loss of life is regrettable, but wholly the fault and responsibility of the organizers of the effort to break through Israel and Egypt's legitimate closure of terrorist-controlled Gaza."

Rep. Shelley Berkley (NV): "In the aftermath of this incident, I call on the world community to stand with Israel against further illegal provocation aimed at Israeli forces pledged to defend innocent lives against terrorist threats."

Rep. Sanford Bishop (GA): "I want to repeat my support for the State of Israel and its right to defend itself from terrorist attacks in the strongest terms possible."

Rep. Dan Boren (OK): "We must remain resolutely committed to uphold Israel's right to self-defense. I urge my fellow colleagues also to voice their support for Israel on this important issue."

Rep. Robert Brady (PA): "First, the State of Israel has the absolute right to exist and to defend itself... the sovereignty and safety of Israel are fundamental to the security of United States. We will never abandon Israel or deny her right to defend herself."

Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin (MD): "'s important that we keep in mind that Israel has a right to ensure the security of its borders and protect its citizens from terror."

Rep. Dennis Cardoza (CA): "However, I firmly believe Israel has the right - and the absolute responsibility - to protect its citizens."

Rep. Jim Costa (CA): "The United States must stand with Israel as they've been placed in this unfortunate situation. Israel is one of our strongest allies and must remain a critical partner in combating terrorism and extremism around the globe."

Rep. Joe Crowley (NY): "If Gaza wants the blockade lifted, its leaders know precisely what to do: immediately end its drive to destroy the state of Israel."

Rep. Ted Deutch (FL): "The delivery of aid to Gaza by this flotilla convoy was a pretense arranged by the participants in order to launch an act of political provocation against Israel...I urge the Security Council to quickly pass the toughest possible sanctions on Iran."

Rep. Brad Ellsworth (IN): "During these times of crisis, the relationship between the United States and Israel must remain strong. Let there be no doubt Israelis have the right to defend themselves and their homeland against the threat of violence."

Rep. Eliot Engel (NY): "...Israel, like every other sovereign nation, has the right to defend itself, [that] Israel has at least twice seized large caches of arms aboard Iranian ships bound for Hamas and Hezbollah, and a blockade is an appropriate security measure when employed in the face of hostility such as that directed by Hamas against Israel."

Rep. Barney Frank (MA): "...I don't remember quite so much worldwide outrage when the North Koreans sank a South Korean submarine and 46 people were killed."

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (NY): "While I am deeply saddened by the loss of life, we must recognize that Israel has the right to defend herself..."

Rep. Alan Grayson (FL): "It's a fundamental duty of the Israeli military to protect the people of Israel, just as it's a fundamental duty of our military to protect us. What they did was what they needed to do in order to ensure the safety of their own people..."

Rep. John Hall (NY): "I will keep working hard in Congress to ensure that Israel continues to have the full support and backing of the United States."

Rep. Debbie Halvorson (IL): "I strongly support Israel's right to defend itself as a sovereign nation and keep its borders secure."

Rep. Phil Hare (IL): "I fully support Israel and her right to defend herself in this or any other situation."

Rep. Jim Himes (CT): "...when family is at risk, we lean in to our family and we remind the world that there is a reason why Israel is a part of our family - a reason of values, a reason of democracy, and the reason that we stand here today to remind the world that Israel is our family."

Rep. Paul Hodes (NH): "Without question, Israel has both the right to act in self-defense and the duty to protect its people from terror."

Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (MD): "...I thank those who have joined in raising our voice to defend actions that really need no defense, actions that any nation on Earth would take if it were similarly threatened, any nation on Earth."

Rep. Steve Israel (NY): "A group of people chose to violate international law and Israel has the right to defend itself."

Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (IL): "...Israel maintains the legitimate, fundamental right to defend and protect itself. The Israeli government has an obligation to prevent the flow of weapons and fighters into Gaza, sent there for one purpose only - to kill Israelis."

Rep. Ron Klein (FL): "Israel has the right - indeed, the obligation - to defend itself. With a ship threatening to breach Israel's defenses of its coastal border, Israel was left with no choice but to ensure the safety of its people."

Sen. Frank Lautenberg (NJ): "Israel has every right to defend itself and enforce its blockade against the terrorist Hamas government in Gaza."

Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT): "Israel exercised her legitimate right to self defense."

Rep. Nita Lowey (NY): "Israel has the right to defend herself and the responsibility to protect her citizens from Hamas, which denies Israel's right to exist and rains rockets down on its citizens."

Rep. Carolyn Maloney (NY): "I truly sympathize with the families of those who were killed or injured in the Mavi Marmara, but the fault lies with those who incited violence, not with those who defended Israel's borders."

Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (NY): "I fully support Israel and their right to jeep its people safe."

Rep. Michael E. McMahon (NY): "Just as America protects its borders, Israel - and any other country - has the right to maintain and defend its own borders."

Rep. Kendrick Meek (FL): "Israel has the right and duty to defend itself and protect its citizens against all threats."

Sen. Barbara Mikulski (MD): "First, Israel, like all countries, has the right to self-defense."

Rep. Patrick Murphy (PA): "...Israel has the right and responsibility to self-defense."

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (NY): "It has been absolutely galling to watch the hypocrisy and the fury, the underserved fury directed at Israel for taking a step in its own self defense."

Rep. Glenn Nye (VA): "I maintain my strong support for Israel's right to exist and to protect herself."

Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (NJ): "I believe it is vital that we support Israel's right to defend its people and to exercise authority in ensuring dangerous resources do not reach the terrorist organization Hamas."

Rep. Gary Peters (MI): "I am puzzled that so many around the world are so quick to condemn Israel's acts of self-defense while they are slow to speak out on the dangerous nuclear ambitions of Iran - even as just yesterday news broke that Iran has the fuel for two nuclear weapons."

Rep. Mike Quigley (IL): "Israel must be able to defend itself and keep weapons out of the hands of Hamas. And the U.S. must stand with Israel."

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (NV): "Israel is one of our strongest and most important allies, and the United States stands firmly with Israel at this critical time."

Rep. Steve Rothman (NJ): "The U.S. stands shoulder to shoulder with Israel in our fights against violent extremism."

Rep. John Sarbanes (MD): "...we are left to conclude that the persistence of the Mavi Marmara in seeking to breach the blockade was intended to provoke a clash with Israeli Defense Forces. That in fact occurred and things went terribly awry, resulting in the tragic loss of nine lives."

Rep. Adam Schiff (CA): "Israel has the right and the duty to defend its citizens from attack..."

Rep. Allison Schwartz (PA): "Israel has the right to protect and defend itself. The blockade of Gaza exists to prevent arms smuggling into Gaza and to protect the citizens of Israel, who have been subjected to thousands of rocket attacks launched by Hamas since 2005."

Rep. Joe Sestak (PA): "Israel has a legitimate right to defend itself."

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz (FL): "One of the things that is unbelievable to me has been the criticism and the questions that have been thrown at Israel: first, that they supposedly boarded the flotilla ships in international waters as if they somehow didn't have the right to do that. That this is a legal blockade, there isn't any disputing that. They are well within their rights and, understandably, are defending their borders and their people."

Rep. Anthony Weiner (NY): "While the demand for answers seems to echo in capitals around the world, the facts here are largely known. We know this tragedy was instigated by Turkey. We know that Israel had not only warned that this boat was in violation of an entirely lawful blockade, but had offered safe harbor to the boat in Ashdod. We also know that a known terrorist group - Hamas - has put its hateful agenda over the well being of its people. Any loss of life is tragic. This loss was the result of Turkish instigation and Hamas terror policies. Even if we are the only country on earth that sees the facts here, the United States should stand up for Israel."

U.S. Brigadier General James J. David (Ret.), in an article entitled "A Passionate Attachment to Israel", wrote:

"Is there any criminal act that Israel can do without being protected from criticism from the United States? If there is I haven't seen it. And I haven't seen it from the Bush Administration or from the Clinton Administration or from any administration before them. But when you consider the influence of Israel's lobby and its political action committees and the more than $41 million they've given to Congress and the White House, is it any wonder Israel is shielded from any shame?

For more than 54 years the Israelis have committed acts that no other nation would dare get away with. But even here in America, where it is not yet illegal to publicly ask the wrong questions, any public figure that does so is subjected to smears, intimidation, and the attempted destruction of his career and reputation by Jewish organizations and by the very cooperative news media." (7) (emphasis added)

Our United States Congress hard at work, doing what it's told for the money.

Let's look at the facts of Zionist control of the American Media:

Let's look at the facts of Zionist control of the American Media:

MEDIA: ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, UPN, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Daily News, Time Magazine, Newsweek, People Magazine, US News and World Report and countless other media and Hollywood companies all have either a Zionist CEO, or a Zionist News President, or are owned by a media conglomerate which has a Zionist CEO. (8) Have you ever noticed how Hollywood movies always seem to portray Germans and Arabs as a bigoted fanatics or terrorists? Now you know why!

GOVERNMENT: AIPAC (the Israeli lobbying organization), and the ADL are the most feared political pressure groups in Washington DC. Also carrying heavy political clout are well funded and well organized Zionist groups such as JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs), ZOA (Zionist Organization of America), and AJC (American Jewish Congress.) By their own admission, these groups are capable of unseating Congressmen and Senators that do not carry out their requests. The majority of Congressmen from both political parties receive large donations from AIPAC. Writing for the Nation Magazine, journalist Michael Massing explains:

"AIPAC is widely regarded as the most powerful foreign-policy lobby in Washington. Its 60,000 members shower millions of dollars on hundreds of members of Congress on both sides of the aisle. Newspapers like the New York Times fear the Jewish lobby organizations as well. "It's very intimidating," said a correspondent at another large daily. "The pressure from these groups is relentless." (9)

Here is the proof behind the statement "The JEWS control the media." This document was compiled several years ago, at the end of the 1990's. Since then, the jews have used their powers in the American Government to break down old laws that prevent media monopoly. They have now consolidated even more awesome power over the entire American Media. Through their control of the media, they are able to easily control the social agenda, business markets, and even the Government itself by influencing voters' opinions. And, all this is just the tip of the iceberg.

The Jews have an octopus-like grip on the media by secretive corporate ownership through financial and securities companies; holding key positions, such as: Chairmanships, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, etc. In this way, they can promote their mutual JEWISH and Israeli interests, and censor stories and reporters that interfere with their never-ending agenda.

The JEWS control every word and image that enters people's mind and, in this way, manipulate their opinion on all subjects! Do you doubt this? Why don't you ask people around you what they think about Israel, terrorism, racism, rap music, etc. and see if their opinion differ from that which is taught by the TV. You will find that "their" opinion is just what they saw on the TV. It would seem to me that people simply "parrot" that which they see and hear in the media and that original thoughts and opinions are hard to find, out there among the masses!