US Elections: A Clash Between those who ask: “How Zionist Can We Be?”

After a record  $4 billion “campaign,”  the candidates fighting for 33 of the 100 seats in the US Senate and all 435 seats in the House of Representatives will today find out if they have been successful in keeping America as a Zionist lapdog, or if they have been able to transfer it into an absolute Zionist slave.

In reality, there are the only options open to American voters under the current system: two parties, with almost minimal political differences, and who differ only in the degree to which they kowtow to the Jewish Lobby.


All the pundits predict an “anti-Obama” backlash—supposedly because of his healthcare system, general performance and the recent wave of illegal immigration from central and South America. If this “backlash” prediction turns out to be accurate, then it is likely that the Republican Party will extend its hold over Congress, and possibly win some governor races in the more than half of the US states which are holding those elections as well.

At the very least, the pundits say, the Republicans should pick up the six Senate seats they need to become the majority, while consolidating their existing majority in the House of Representatives.

But what difference would this make to the real issue: who runs the US Government; who runs the US media; and who runs the US financial system?

About the only difference it will make is to entrench an even more fanatically pro-Likud Zionist party—the Republican Party—instead of the fanatically pro-Labor Party (the Israeli version)—the Democratic Party.

As long time “pro-peace” and “two-state solution” Jewish activist, Uri Avnery has recently written in his Gush-Shalom column, Israeli Prime Minister can do whatever he likes without fear of retribution from the US.

The reason, Avnery writes, is because Netanyahu “knows that Israel controls the US Congress. No American politician could possibly be reelected if he voiced even the slightest hint of criticism of the “Jewish State”.

AIPAC, the most powerful lobby in Washington (apart from the National Rifle Association) will see to that. The powerful grip the Jewish lobby has on the media is a further guarantee.”

Avnery also pointed out that it is the Republican Party who the Zio-Likud fanatics would prefer run Congress:

Into this crazy situation Netanyahu has plunged. He has placed all his chips (us) [by this Avnery means all Israelis] on the Republicans.

During the last presidential elections, he [Netanyahu] almost openly supported Mitt Romney, the opponent of Obama, thus practically declaring war on the present administration.

The radical anti-Obama statements made now by Israeli leaders are used – and designed to be used – by Republican candidates against their Democratic opponents.

The Democrats make strenuous efforts to woo Jewish voters and donors by flattering Israel in the most outrageous terms, promising to support each and every action of the Israeli government, now and for all eternity, be it what it may.

The reality that the Jewish Lobby controls Congress—no matter which of the parties is in “power” was in fact openly admitted by a recent report in The New Yorker magazine which boasted that the American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee completely controls Congress through its ability to fund the campaigns of all would-be Congressmen and Senators—from both parties.

The New Yorker magazine—owned by Jewish Supremacist Samuel Irving Newhouse—who, along with his brother Donald, owns Advance Publications, whose holdings include the worldwide Condé Nast publications—has carried the article in its September 2014 issue, supposedly written to answer the question “The lobbying group AIPAC has consistently fought the Obama Administration on policy. Is it now losing influence?”

The article shows incontrovertibly that the American Israel Public Action Committee (AIPAC) completely controls Congress through its ability to fund the campaigns of all would-be Congressmen and Senators—from both parties.


The New Yorker boasts that an AIPAC reception during its annual policy conference draws most congressmen and senators than any other government meeting except a joint session of Congress or a State of Union address:

AIPAC is prideful about its influence.  Its promotional literature points out that a reception during its annual policy conference, in Washington, “will be attended by more members of Congress than almost any other event, except for a joint session of Congress or a State of the Union address.”

The article then reveals exactly how the Jewish Lobby accomplishes such control, by making sure that anybody seeking office has to get AIPAC approval before they even start.

Quoting Jewish Supremacist Thomas Dine, a former executive director of AIPAC, the New Yorker reveals that AIPAC is always careful to stay in the background while arranging funding for its candidates:

 “We made the decision to be one step removed,” Dine said. “Orrin Hatch once said, ‘Dine, your genius is to play an invisible bass drum, and the Jews hear it when you play it.’ ”

The New Yorker continues:

But everybody in Congress recognizes its [AIPAC’s] influence in elections, and the effect is evident. . . AIPAC’s hold on Congress has become institutionalized.

“If you have a dream about running for office, AIPAC calls you,” one House member said. Certainly, it’s a rarity when someone undertakes a campaign for the House or the Senate today without hearing from AIPAC.

So, no matter what your expectations from today’s election are, there is one thing of which you can be sure: the only difference between yesterday’s Congress and tomorrow’s Congress will be “How Zionist can we be.