New U.S.-Israel Bill “Violates American Constitution”

The new United States-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act of 2012 violates the first amendment of the US constitution, which prohibits Congress from making “law respecting an establishment of religion”.

Section 3, Article 1 of the act calls on “the US to reaffirm our unwavering commitment to the security of the . . . Jewish state.”

In other words, U.S. tax money is being used to fund and supply a religious state—exactly what the Founding Fathers warned against, and made specific provision to prevent.

However, when the U.S. Constitution was originally drawn up, the Jewish Supremacists had not yet seized control of the American state.

In addition, the bill hands control of the US veto at the UN Security Council with relation to Israel.

Section 3, Article 3 of the bill calls on the US to make it policy to veto any one-sided anti-Israel resolutions at the council.

This will mean that any council resolution not approved by Israel will be regarded as one-sided, obliging the US to reject it.

According to Renee Parsons, a former lobbyist for “Friends of the Earth” in Washington, D.C. the U.S.-Israeli act’s sponsors, the “The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is a pro-Israel advocacy group with unprecedented access to Congress, which has consistently underwritten AIPAC’s political goals with taxpayer funds.

“The new enhanced security law, which reads like an AIPAC brochure, would upgrade Israel’s air refueling and its missile defense capabilities and munitions program as well as commit U.S. policy to ‘veto any one-sided anti-Israel resolution in the United Nations Security Council.’

“It was approved by Congress in an uncharacteristic whirlwind of bipartisan support — the same Congress that denies the nation’s dispossessed citizens an extension of unemployment benefits or a moratorium on home foreclosures.”

In addition, the Jerusalem Post reported that the Act would expand U.S. military assistance on joint exercises and joint antimissile defense system while providing additional U.S. material (military) for storage in Israel to be used in the event of war.