Budget Crisis? Not for US Aid to Israel

The complete Zionist control over America’s political infrastructure was demonstrated once again with the public announcement by Barack Obama that “despite a tough budget environment, our security assistance has increased every single year” to Israel.

In other words, no matter how pressing the domestic economic crisis, no matter how many Americans are out of work, no matter how desperately poor some of the US’s infrastructure is becoming, Israel’s interests must always come first.

Obama has requested $3.1 billion in security assistance for Israel as part of his budget for fiscal year 2013. This represents the fifth year of a 10-year agreement to provide the racist Zionist state with the “resources to defend itself.”

Obama’s remarks, made to the largest Zionist lobby group in Washington DC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee on March 04, 2012 were repeated in full in a press release published by the White House.

According to that statement, Obama said there was an “unbreakable bond between Israel and the United States.”

The American president also announced that later this spring, he will “invite Shimon Peres to the White House to present him with America’s highest civilian honor — the Presidential Medal of Freedom.”

In the rest of his speech, Obama underlined the extreme hypocrisy and outright lies which characterize the relationship between Israel and the US. Ignoring the overtly racial nature of the Jewish state—which legally forbids intermarriage between Jews and Gentiles, engages in the most outrageous human rights abuses against the Palestinian people and engages in state-sponsored terrorism—Obama claimed that the US and Israel “share  common values.”

This, he said, was the reason why America supported Israel.

“For over six decades, the American people have kept that faith. Yes, we are bound to Israel because of the interests that we share—in  security for our communities, prosperity for our people, the new frontiers of science that can light the world,” Obama said.

“But ultimately it is our common ideals that provide the true foundation for our relationship. That is why America’s commitment to Israel has endured under Democratic and Republican Presidents, and congressional leaders of both parties. In the United States, our support for Israel is bipartisan, and that is how it should stay.”

“As President of the United States, I have kept my commitments to the state of Israel. At every crucial juncture — at every fork in the road — we have been there for Israel. Every single time.”

“The fact is, my administration’s commitment to Israel’s security has been unprecedented. Our military and intelligence cooperation has never been closer.

“Our joint exercises and training have never been more robust. Despite a tough budget environment, our security assistance has increased every single year. (Applause) We are investing in new capabilities. We’re providing Israel with more advanced technology — the types of products and systems that only go to our closest friends and allies. And make no mistake: We will do what it takes to preserve Israel’s qualitative military edge — because Israel must always have the ability to defend itself, by itself, against any threat.” (Applause.)

“And just as we’ve been there with our security assistance, we’ve been there through our diplomacy. When the Goldstone report unfairly singled out Israel for criticism, we challenged it. (Applause.) When Israel was isolated in the aftermath of the flotilla incident, we supported them. (Applause.) When the Durban conference was commemorated, we boycotted it, and we will always reject the notion that Zionism is racism. (Applause.)

“When one-sided resolutions are brought up at the Human Rights Council, we oppose them. When Israeli diplomats feared for their lives in Cairo, we intervened to save them. (Applause.) When there are efforts to boycott or divest from Israel, we will stand against them. (Applause.) And whenever an effort is made to de-legitimize the state of Israel, my administration has opposed them. (Applause.) So there should not be a shred of doubt by now — when the chips are down, I have Israel’s back.” (Applause.)

This schizophrenic obsession with Israel even extends as far as immigration and race. Obama, the first mixed-race president of the US, is notoriously in favor of lifting immigration restrictions into America—yet when it comes to Israel, he, like the Zionist lobby, are suddenly concerned about the implications of racial demographic change.

“The reality that Israel faces — from shifting demographics, to emerging technologies, to an extremely difficult international environment — demands a resolution of this issue. And I believe that peace with the Palestinians is consistent with Israel’s founding values — because of our shared belief in self-determination, and because Israel’s place as a Jewish and democratic state must be protected,” Obama went on to tell the AIPAC conference.

Note the reference to “shifting demographics.” Of all nations, America is most under threat from “shifting demographics” but it seems that this caution only applies to the Jewish state, and none other.

This then, sums up the core of the Zionist-led assault on Western values: Asia for the Asians, Africa for the Africans, China for the Chinese, Israel for the Jews, but Europe and America for everyone.