Ron Paul spot on with 911 motivation in CNN’s Tea Party debate

Ron Paul spot on with 911 motivation in CNN’s Tea Party debate last night!:
Ron Paul on foreign policy CNN Tea Party Debate 9/12/2011: 
Ron Paul says SAME as our Intelligence Agencies about 9/11 Motive‬
Won’t see the following truth conveyed on CNN (or any other pro-Israel biased US news network) with former AIPAC newsletter editor (and Jerusalem Post correspondent) Israel first Wolf Blitzer running the show there!:Press TV talks to James Morris on ‘CNN GOP Debate’ (Ron Paul mentioned as well)

Check out following RT interview with Mike Scheuer who recently endorsed Ron Paul for President:
Former CIA Bin Laden unit head Michael Scheuer: America creates its own enemies
 Ron Paul on Palestine
He says two things that he no doubt will be pilloried for – Israel’s interests are not the same as our own and he would not veto Palestine at the UN…
Ron Paul says our unfairness to Palestinians led to 9/11 attacks
The Real Lessons of 911 (by Ron Paul)
Noam Chomsky on Ron Paul’s 9/11 Theories: “What He Said Is Completely Uncontroversial”
Ron Paul spot on in last night’s debate with 911 motivation (see following youtube) vs neoconned Rick Santorum:
9/11 Motive & Media Betrayal

Why They Attacked US on 911:

Former CIA Bin Laden unit head Mike Scheuer on C-SPAN’s ‘Washington Journal’ this past Saturday (what he said near end about Al Qaida bankrupting US was spot on as well):

Neoconned Rick Santorum mentioned ‘Neoconned Newt’ Gingrich in his response to Ron Paul at the CNN Tea Party debate linked above:
Newt Gingrich: Propagandist for Israel
Ron Paul stands tall at GOP debate
Rock Star Welcome for Ron Paul at the California Republican Party Convention (in which he had the most votes!):


23 Responses to “Ron Paul spot on with 911 motivation in CNN’s Tea Party debate”

  • Notice after Ron Paul was spot on about 911, Blitzer former AIPAC member started focusing questions more on Santorum, Perry and Romney. Also I feel the audiance was on que clapping for Rick Perry while in the middle of talking. Its like canned clapping as they call it. Once again, Florida was rigged.

  • Patriot says:

    Did indeed notice such, Rachael. Seems to be that the former AIPAC newsletter editor Wolf Blitzer is all for Perry and the neocon agenda he has going with JINSA ‘Clean Break’ Neocon Doug Feith as his top foreign policy advisor (see links at bottom of following URL):

    Rick Perry and the Neocons:

  • Patriot says:

    Forwarded here from comment posted at bottom of:

    Steve wrote:

    Submitted on 2011/09/14 at 8:00 am
    Directly asked on the factual reality of Ron Paul in his statements to the causation of 9/11, Mr. Thomas Friedman delivered gobblegook. He did not answer directly nor indirectly. He obfuscated the entire issue.

    What could you expect, Why have Mr. Friedman deliver that answer? What can you expect from such a blatantly biased individual.

    The underpinnings, causation of 9/11, according to the CIA and Osama bin :Laden, was America’s complete and utter support of Israel despite the entire history of violations toward the Palestinian people, and the hegemony of the United States interfering with the nations in the Arab world. We provide Israel with military weaponry, have provided economic assistance to develop settlements in Palestinian lands, we support brutal leadership in Arab countries simply for their facade of peace with Israel.

    The support of Israel has cost the United States half its National debt, thousands of American Life, and their AIPAC lobby in the United States is an unregistered agent for the benefit of a foreign power, not the American People.

    Contortion of facts, twisted of the truth and outright lies from CNN. CNN, and Anderson Cooper, Why are you such propagandists to promote such lies to the American People?

    Fox is extreme right, and CNN is far right. Yes, CNN is liberal compared to Fox, but that is like saying Saddam Hussein is a humanitarian, compared to Osama bin Laden.

    He attended Hebrew school five days a week until his Bar Mitzvah, then St. Louis Park High School where he wrote articles for his school’s newspaper.. He became enamored of Israel after a visit there in December 1968, and he spent all three of his high school summers living on Kibbutz Hahotrim, near Haifa. He has characterized his high school years as “one big celebration of Israel’s victory in the Six-Day War.”

  • Jim David says:

    The support of Israel’s occupation has cost the United States more than anyone will ever imagine. Here is an artcle written a few years ago by Turki al=Faisal, chairman of the King Faisal Center for Research & Islamic Studies in Riyadh.

    Failed favoritism toward Israel
    By Turki al-Faisal, Published: June 10
    Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIA

    President Obama gave a rousing call to action in his controversial speech last month, admonishing Arab governments to embrace democracy and provide freedom to their populations. We in Saudi Arabia, although not cited, took his call seriously. We noted, however, that he conspicuously failed to demand the same rights to self-determination for Palestinians — despite the occupation of their territory by the region’s strongest military power.

    Soon after, Obama again called into question America’s claim to be a beacon of human rights by allowing Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to set the terms of the agenda on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Even more depressing than the sight of Congress applauding the denial of basic human rights to the Palestinian people was America turning its back on its stated ideals.

    Despite the consternation and criticism that greeted the president’s words about the 1967 borders, he offered no substantive change to U.S. policy. America’s bottom line is still that negotiations should take place with the aim of reaching a two-state solution, with the starting point for the division of Israeli and Palestinian territory at the borders in existence before the 1967 Six-Day War.

    Obama is correct that the 1967 lines are the only realistic starting point for talks and, thus, for achieving peace. The notion that Palestinians would accept any other terms is simply unrealistic. AlthoughNetanyahu rejected the suggestions, stating “We can’t go back to those indefensible lines, and we’re going to have a long-term military presence along the Jordan [River],” both sides have long accepted the 1967 lines as a starting point. In 2008, Ehud Olmert, then Israeli prime minister, told the Knesset: “We must give up Arab neighborhoods in Jerusalem and return to the core of the territory that is the State of Israel prior to 1967, with minor corrections dictated by the reality created since then.” Last November, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Netanyahu declared in a joint statement that “the United States believes that through good-faith negotiations, the parties can mutually agree on an outcome which ends the conflict and reconciles the Palestinian goal of an independent and viable state, based on the 1967 lines, with agreed swaps, and the Israeli goal of a Jewish state with secure and recognized borders that reflect subsequent developments and meet Israeli security requirements.”

    One conclusion can be drawn from recent events: that any peace plans co-authored by the United States and Israel would be untenable and that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will remain intractable as long as U.S. policy is unduly beholden to Israel. Despite his differences with Netanyahu, Obama is stymied in his efforts to play a constructive role. On the eve of an election year, his administration will no doubt bow to pressure from special interests and a Republican-dominated Congress, and back away from forcing Israel to accept concrete terms that would bring Palestinians to the negotiating table.

    But U.S. domestic politics and Israeli intransigence cannot be allowed to stand in the way of Palestinians’ right to a future with a decent quality of life and opportunities similar to those living in unoccupied countries. Thus, in the absence of productive negotiations, the time has come for Palestinians to bypass the United States and Israel and to seek direct international endorsement of statehood at the United Nations. They will be fully supported in doing so by Saudi Arabia, other Arab nations and the vast majority of the international community — all those who favor a just outcome to this stalemate and a stable Middle East.

    Obama has criticized this plan as Palestinian “efforts to delegitimize Israel” and suggested that these “symbolic actions to isolate” Israel would end in failure. But why should Palestinians not be granted the same rights the United Nations accorded to the state of Israel at its creation in 1947? The president must realize that the Arab world will no longer allow Palestinians to be delegitimized by Israeli actions to restrict their movements, choke off their economy and destroy their homes. Saudi Arabia will not stand by while Washington and Israel bicker endlessly about their intentions, fail to advance their plans and then seek to undermine a legitimate Palestinian presence on the international stage.

    As the main political and financial supporter of the Palestinian quest for self-determination, Saudi Arabia holds an especially strong position. The kingdom’s wealth, steady growth and stability have made it the bulwark of the Middle East. As the cradle of Islam, it is able to symbolically unite most Muslims worldwide. In September, the kingdom will use its considerable diplomatic might to support the Palestinians in their quest for international recognition. American leaders have long called Israel an “indispensable” ally. They will soon learn that there are other players in the region — not least the Arab street — who are as, if not more, “indispensable.” The game of favoritism toward Israel has not proven wise for Washington, and soon it will be shown to be an even greater folly.

    Commentators have long speculated about the demise of Saudi Arabia as a regional powerhouse. They have been sorely disappointed. Similarly, history will prove wrong those who imagine that the future of Palestine will be determined by the United States and Israel. There will be disastrous consequences for U.S.-Saudi relations if the United States vetoes U.N. recognition of a Palestinian state. It would mark a nadir in the decades-long relationship as well as irrevocably damage the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and America’s reputation among Arab nations. The ideological distance between the Muslim world and the West in general would widen — and opportunities for friendship and cooperation between the two could vanish.

    We Arabs used to say no to peace, and we got our comeuppance in 1967. In 2002 King Abdullah offered what has become the Arab Peace Initiative. Based on U.N. Security Council Resolution 242, it calls for an end to the conflict based on land for peace. The Israelis withdraw from all occupied lands, including East Jerusalem, reach a mutually agreed solution to the Palestinian refugees and recognize the Palestinian state. In return, they will get full diplomatic recognition from the Arab world and all the Muslim states, an end to hostilities and normal relations with all these states.

    Now, it is the Israelis who are saying no. I’d hate to be around when they face their comeuppance.

    The writer is chairman of the King Faisal Center for Research & Islamic Studies in Riyadh. He was Saudi intelligence chief from 1977 to 2001 and ambassador to the United States from 2004 to 2006.


    Prince Turki al-Faisal on Charlie Rose

  • Jim David says:

    I had the pleasure of attending President Jimmy Carter’s quarterly breakfast this morning at the Carter Center. I was able to spend some time, one on one with the former president, discussing the Middle East situation and, in particular, the Israeli-Palestinian situation and the U.N. vote later this month. He corrected me when I mentioned his latest article, below, that I read it in the New York Times. He gave me a big smile and said, ” The article really appeared in the International Harold Tribune and the N.Y Times on line published as such.

    After the U.N. Vote on Palestine –

    I.H.T. Op-Ed Contributor
    After the U.N. Vote on Palestine
    Published: September 13, 2011

    In September 1978, Anwar Sadat and Menachim Begin signed the Camp David Accords, following four Arab-Israeli wars in which Egypt had provided the overwhelming military force that threatened the existence of Israel.
    The Egyptian Parliament and the Israeli Knesset overwhelmingly approved the agreement, which called for honoring all aspects of United Nations Security Council Resolution 242. One of its key provisions was the “inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war and the need to work for a just and lasting peace in which every State in the area can live in security.” The accords called for the withdrawal of Israeli military and political forces from the occupied territories and the granting of “full autonomy” to the Palestinians.
    Six months later, a peace treaty between the two nations was adopted, which provided for Israeli withdrawal from the Egyptian Sinai, Israel’s use of the Suez Canal and full diplomatic relations.
    Since then, the terms of the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel have prevailed, but the key provisions of the Camp David Accords have been ignored. Following the death of Sadat, President Hosni Mubarak did not press for Palestinian rights, though most of the Egyptian people have continued to insist that Israel honor these commitments. The primary subject of concern is the continued occupation by Israel of the West Bank and East Jerusalem and the building of Israeli settlements on confiscated Palestinian land.
    President Barack Obama acknowledged the centrality of this issue in a major speech in Cairo in March 2009, when he called for a freeze on all settlement activity. Later, in May 2009, President Obama declared that the prevailing borders before the 1967 Arab-Israeli war — adjusted to account for some Israeli settlements near Jerusalem — should be the basis of a peace agreement.
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected both proposals, continued building settlements, and raised unacceptable new demands for a permanent military presence in the Jordan River valley and recognition of Israel as a “Jewish state” (about 25 percent of Israeli citizens are non-Jewish).
    The U.S. has basically withdrawn from active participation in the peace process. The Palestinians and other Arabs have interpreted U.S. policy as acquiescing on the occupation and biased against them.
    Declaring that they are left with no alternative, Palestinians plan to request recognition of a Palestinian state later this month in the U.N. Security Council and General Assembly. In Egypt, militants have overrun the Israeli embassy and forced the evacuation of the ambassador.
    With the reasonable assumptions that Palestinian statehood is widely recognized despite a U.S. veto in the Security Council, what are the options for the future?
    With leadership from Europe, there will be an opportunity for the United States and other members of the International Quartet (Russia, the European Union and the United Nations) to put forward a comprehensive peace proposal based on the fully compatible U.S. official policy, previous U.N. resolutions and the Quartet’s previous demands. There is little doubt that the Arab Peace Proposal could be modified to comply.
    This can be followed by the full engagement of the United States and/or the United Nations in a mediation effort with direct or indirect talks — whichever is more effective — between Israel and the Palestinians. Subsequently, the same approach can be taken to resolve the issue of the Golan Heights with Syria.
    The Palestinians will have to refrain from violence, accept Israel’s right to exist in peace within the 1967 borders (modified through negotiations with land swaps), a long-term presence of either U.N. or NATO peacekeeping forces within Palestine, and the right of return of its people to its own lands (with perhaps a token number to Israel). Israelis would, in the process, accept the same borders and peacekeeping presence.
    The result can lead to peace for Israel and all its neighbors. The United States would regain its leadership role in the region, based on its commitment to freedom, democracy and justice, and a major cause of widespread animosity toward America within the Arab world would be eliminated.
    The alternative to this new international effort will be an expansion of hopelessness, animosity, and probable violence.
    Jimmy Carter, 39th president of the United States, is founder of the Carter Center, which works to advance peace and health worldwide.

  • Patriot says:

    General (Ret) James (Jim) David who posted the above comment was excellent with his call on Phil Tourney’s ‘Your Voice Counts’ radio program (which can be heard via as James Morris was guest hosting) about the illegal Israel settlement building:

    Israel to build new houses in annexed East Jerusalem (can also see the illegal Israeli settlements in the ‘Miral’ film –

    Talking about the Israel Lobby with Brig. Gen. James David on the Liberty Hour as General David is mentioned on the cover of former Republican Paul Findley’s ‘They Dare to Speak Out’ book about the power/influence of the pro-Israel lobby (AIPAC and similar) on the US political system and media
    Talking about the Israel Lobby with Brig. Gen. James Davidon the Liberty Hour. The Lobby’s power blocked President Carter from speaking at the Democratic National Convention

    Passionate Attachment to Israel (by General James David):

    Scroll down to George Washington’s ‘Farewell Address’ (warning US to avoid passionate attachments and entangling alliances for foreign nations like we have with Israel which is taking US down as conveyed via as well) to read via the link at bottom of

    Paul Findley says it all in the following article:

    The High Cost of Subservience to Israel

  • Jeanne says:

    Thank you for publishing the article by Pres. Carter. I also heard him on Rachel Maddow stating a fact which few people are aware. Namely, that after PM Begin signed the 1978 peace accords with Anwar Sadat, Israel did not abide by the Camp David accords. Israel agreed to honor the UN Security Council Resolution 242 that they withdraw from the occupied territories and allow a Palestinian state.

    As long as Israel has a compliant US who will send them billions of $$$ and go along with their theft of Palestinian land and water, they feel they can get by with this theft. The US also paid the dictatorship of Mubarek billions each year to look the other way while Israel stole Palestinian land and water and did not honor their agreement. Now with the Arab Spring, a new day is dawning in which the rage of the Arab population is able to vent their rage — bad for Israel and bad for each and every American.

  • Ron Paul is spot on forgein policy and the 911 attack and the motivation. And he won the California Straw poll. Looks like the zionist control media cant silence that. FOX brought it up but didnt make it an important issue, after all OReily pushed Ron Paul to the side saying he wasnt a serious candidate.

  • Jim David says:

    This article appears in today’s, Sept.18, Cleveland Plain Dealer.

    Palestinian U.N. bid teaches us about America: Sam Bahour
    Published: Sunday, September 18, 2011, 4:10 AM
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    Tara Todras-Whitehill, Associated PressChildren wait before a demonstration in support of the Palestinian bid for statehood, outside the Church of the Nativity, in the West Bank town of Bethlehem.
    El Bireh, West Bank — The case of Palestine’s bid for U.N. membership is teaching us more about the United States than it is about the stubborn Middle East. Sadly, the United States, my country, heads the list of member nations making a mockery of the international venue founded to intervene in exactly the type of crisis now facing Palestinians and Israelis.

    The Palestinian case for full U.N. membership is rather simple. After 20 years of fruitless negotiating, championed by the United States, the talks have come to a screeching halt. From his first day in office, President Barack Obama sought to restart the talks between Palestinians and Israelis and failed. The Palestinians, meantime, are paying the price of that failure with every single additional day spent in the cross hairs of Israeli military rule. At long last, the Palestinian leadership has chosen to do what any other people would have done years, even decades, ago: to seek redress back where it all began, at the United Nations. Addressing the most multilateral venue in the world, Palestinian leaders have a simple request: Take a stand.

    The Palestinian action is not really news. Far more newsworthy is how the United States and Israel have reacted — with total hysteria.

    I don’t expect much from Israel, as perpetrator of the dispossession of, discrimination against and four-decade-long outright military occupation of Palestinians — especially after witnessing how they operate, from up close, for nearly 20 years. Israeli policies have proven, year after year, that Israel prefers to wage war and colonize our territory more than pursue a just peace.

    Given that the anticipated substantive U.S. policy change regarding Palestine and Israel under Obama has not materialized, it would seem that strategic U.S. interests have again been hijacked by the Israel lobby.

    The U.S. executive and legislative branches have overwhelmingly and publicly chosen to stand by Israel in its attempt to thwart Palestinian freedom and statehood. Has the entire U.S. political leadership read no Middle East history? Have U.S. public figures not the slightest understanding of the transformations currently shaking the Arab world? They evidently cannot see that U.S. strategic interests in one of the world’s oil-rich regions have yet again been seriously jeopardized by the misguided U.S. bias favoring blind support of Israel–. The urgent need to resolve the most pressing issue in the region, if not the world, does not move them, apparently.

    September will pass, Palestinian state or not. What may persist, however, is the self-inflicted and possibly irreversible damage to U.S. interests generated by its refusal to join the rest of the world in backing Palestinian self-determination.

    For many of us, this is not an academic exercise. I have a family, two beautiful daughters regarded as inferior under Israeli law, a business threatened by military occupation and many friends, both Palestinian and Israeli. I fear that the United States is recklessly putting all of us in serious danger.

    Americans should be leading the effort to support this nonviolent Palestinian move toward independence, not leading the effort to thwart it. “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Americans should read the Declaration of Independence. It offers the redress of grievances when a people — having lived too long under “absolute despotism” — decides that enough is enough.

    — Sam Bahour

    Bahour is a Palestinian-American business consultant from Youngstown living in the Palestinian city of Al-Bireh in the West Bank. He is co-author of “Homeland: Oral Histories of Palestine and Palestinians” (1994).

  • Patriot says:

    Rachel Maddow interviews Former President Jimmy Carter

    Jimmy Carter was spot on as well with the following response on C-SPAN:

    President Carter talks about AIPAC and Israel on C-SPAN

    President Carter, Mearsheimer and WaIt and The Israel Lobby

    9/11 Motive & Media Betrayal (Israel 1st neocon advocate John McCain mentioned):

    Former CIA Bin Laden unit head Mike Scheuer on C-SPAN’s ‘Washington Journal’ (call and his response included as what he said near end about Al Qaida bankrupting US was spot on as well):

    Israel prepared to stay in West Bank at all costs

    Can see the illegal Israeli West Bank settlements in the recently released ‘Miral’ film:

  • Patriot says:

    Exactly, Rachael! Just saw the following as well:

    Rock Star Welcome for Ron Paul at the California Republican Party Convention (in which he had the most votes!):

  • Patriot says:

    US set to dash Palestine’s great expectations (for AIPAC!)

    Palestate Bid (­How can Palestinians benefit from the UN General Assembly vote?)

  • Jeanne says:

    Americans should be very grateful to Cong. Ron Paul for stating why OBL attacked the US. At a time when all America wanted an explanation for what happened, Pres. Bush told one of the biggest LIES in our history: THAT THEY ATTACKED US BECAUSE THEY HATE FREEDOM. As Cong Paul stated: they attacked us because of
    1. American troops in the holy land of Saudi Arabia (they are now gone)
    2. bombing of the “no fly zones” in Iraq and the sanctions
    3. American taxpayer support for the Israeli imprisonment of Palestinians into cantons, and the theft of their land and water.

    It was the latter that enraged KSM who came up with the plan for 9-11 and went to OBL for help to carry it out. Due to the attack, we went to war with Afghanistan. Our support for the horrendous Israeli policies not only caused 9-11 — but caused us to go to war in Afghanistan. If Americans only knew!!!

  • Patriot says:

    Exactly right, Jeanne.. Look what former CIA Bin Laden unit head Mike Scheuer had to say about US getting attacked ‘because we are Americans’ via the following youtube:

    911 Motive & Media Betrayal

    The war for Israel neocons had Bush use 9/11 as the reason to invade Iraq as well (based on their ‘A Clean Break’ via when there was no connection whatsoever between Iraq and Al Qaeda!

  • Patriot says:

    Netanyahu: US easily manipulated

    Can see the illegal Israeli settlements in the recently released ‘Miral’ film via

  • Jim David says:

    I wrote an article in reference to the motive behind the attack on September 11, and you can read it in my article at:

    Let me quote you one passage: “Every Palestinian and Arab is aware that Israel’s half century of terror could never have occurred without the active financial, military, and diplomatic support of the United States. They know that the Jewish Lobby has dominant control of American Mideast Policy.

    They know that almost every bomb that kills their people comes from America. Every bullet, every tank, every fighter plane, is manufactured or paid for by American dollars. It is America’s billions of dollars of support that have enabled the Jewish state to terrorize the Arab people for half a century.

    That is why the Arabs hate us; and that is why they are trying to strike back at us. That is why we will continue to be vulnerable to men who willingly give up their lives to avenge their people. Striking back at the terrorists is important, but getting to the source of terrorism is even more important.”

  • Jeanne says:

    Gen. David — I can only say this to your statement: IF AMERICANS ONLY KNEW!! And that is the name of an organization ( that tries to inform Americans that we are supporting (with financial, military and diplomatic aid) Israelis who steal Palestinian land and water, and imprisons them in cantons. When Palestinians go to the next village to visit family, Israeli soldiers (according to US NEWS & WORLD REPORT – owned by Mort Zuckerman — a huge supporter of Israel) at check points — take out their penis and pee on the shoes of the Palestinian women. Of course, they hope to provoke the husband into attacking them so that they can kill him and call him a terrorist. IF AMERICANS ONLY KNEW!!!

  • Patriot says:

    Excellent post, Jeanne. Take a look at the following video which included a video by which featured an interview with former Republican Congressman Paul Findley (who wrote the ‘They Dare to Speak Out’ book about the influence of AIPAC on the US political system and media):

    If Americans Knew What Israel Is Doing! VIDEO WAS CENSORED!

    The following youtube is a must watch as well:

    911 Motive and Media Betrayal:

  • Jim David says:

    This scheme of provoking the Palestinians isn’t anything new. It goes back to 1967 when Israel’s military warrior, Moshe Dayan, admitted that it was the only way they could get the Syrian farmers to respond in retaliation in order for Israel to justify their attack and the capture of the Golan Heights.
    We, the people who keep up with the news other than America’s mainstream media know all about Israel’s provocation. Those people who do not spend the time, as we do, only get their news from souces such as the NY Times, U.S. News & World Report, Wall Street Journal, and most of the other Jewish controled media. They never read these provocation attacks as we do. Instead, they read it as “Israel the victim” and therefore having a right to defend themselves even thought the truth is just the opposite. But systematic psychological conditioning make our media tell the same lies over and over. Our corrupt politicians, even though they know the truth, go along with the game knowing their political careers depend on it.

  • Jeanne says:

    If you want a good example of Israeli arrogance read the LA TIMES headline on p.3 ISRAEL DEFIES U.S. ON HOUSING. Israel can demand that the US veto the Palestinian bid for statehood in the UN, and then turn around and announce construction of 1,100 new units of housing in Arab East Jerusalem. The damage to the US in the Muslim world (comprising 1 1/2 billion Muslims in 57 countries) is huge. We suppoort the Arab spring and their desire for democracy in all the other countries — but can’t (in reality) support the Palestinians desire for a state of their own. Israel knows that their demands for US support for their despicable policies will damage the US, but they obvious do not care. As Sec of Defense Gates recently stated:

  • Jeanne says:

    Jim David speaks of Israeli provocation. I read in the US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT, a magazine owned by Zuckerman who is a huge supporter of Israel, that to provoke Palestinian men at checkpoints, some Israeli soldiers would take out their penis and pee on the shoes of the Palestinian women — to provoke the huband/father to attack so that they could shoot him. If you don’t believe this, you can Google it — IDF soldiers pee on shoes of Palestinian women. It is US taxdollars that supports these despicable policies — IF AMERICANS ONLY KNEW.

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