How And Why Does Israel Have So Much Power?

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All going according to plan, I'm sure:

Here is Gore Vidal's 1986 essay. 1986! and the conversation is still ongoing as demonstrated by this thread.
The Empire Lovers Strike Back
"Since spades may not be called spades in freedom’s land, let me spell it all out. In order to get military and economic support for Israel, a small number of American Jews, who should know better, have made common cause with every sort of reactionary and anti-Semitic group in the United States, from the corridors of the Pentagon to the TV studios of the evangelical Jesus-Christers. To show that their hearts are in the far-right place, they call themselves neoconservatives, and attack the likes of Mailer and me, all in the interest of supporting the likes of Sharon and Israel as opposed to the Peace Now Israelis whom they disdain. There is real madness here; mischief too."

The ending made laugh

"All in all, the latest Podhoretz diatribes have finally convinced me that the time has come for the United States to stop all aid not only to Israel but to Jordan, Egypt and the rest of the Arab world. The Middle Easterners would then be obliged to make peace, or blow one another up, or whatever. In any case, we would be well out of it. After all, the theological and territorial quarrels of Israel and Islam are as remote to 200 million Americans as–what else?–the War of the Roses."
 





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Netanyahu said to have offered Lewinsky tapes for Pollard
https://www.timesofisrael.com/netanyahu-said-to-have-offered-lewinsky-tapes-for-pollard/

ISRAEL BLACKMAILED BILL WITH MONICA TAPES; SPY HUNT ENDED AFTER MOSSAD BUGGED PREZ SEX CHATS: BOOK – EXCLUSIVE https://nypost.com/1999/03/03/israe...-mossad-bugged-prez-sex-chats-book-exclusive/

Netanyahu: Pollard Was an Israeli Spy, Oren Must Clarify Remarks
https://www.haaretz.com/1.5137675

POLLARD SAYS NETANYAHU-TRUMP POSTERS PROVE 'PM HAS ABANDONED ME'
https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/P...rump-posters-prove-PM-has-abandoned-me-579795
 





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Dangerous Bill in Congress to Crush the PA and PLO

"...If the Senate version of the ATCA fix becomes law, the PLO and PA will have to make a choice:

-Maintain their status at the UN and be held liable for previously dismissed terrorism claims, or
-Downgrade their status at the UN, forgo pursuit of war crimes claims against Israelis by withdrawing from the Rome Statute, the treaty establishing the ICC, and resume receiving US security assistance.

In the former case, the PA will bankrupt itself and the US will treat the PLO as nothing more than a terrorist organization. In the latter case, the PLO will have relinquished any pretense that it can effectively represent the rights and interests of the Palestinian people. Either case means the end of a Palestinian negotiating partner for any future peace talks..."
 





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This is what makes me sad about a war with Iran. The country has so many ancient historical sites that when push comes to shove, they will destroy everything to a point of no return...maybe it will be "their" way of rewriting history...wiping the slate clean, if you will. Without the reminders of the relics of the past, we can all ungrudgingly, march into the (Brave) new world.
 





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This is what makes me sad about a war with Iran. The country has so many ancient historical sites that when push comes to shove, they will destroy everything to a point of no return...maybe it will be "their" way of rewriting history...wiping the slate clean, if you will. Without the reminders of the relics of the past, we can all ungrudgingly, march into the (Brave) new world.
The same thing happened with Iraq so I can't see Iran being any different:

It’s Disturbingly Easy to Buy Iraq’s Archeological Treasures
U.S. forces invaded the country 15 years ago this week—and left behind a booming trade in looted artifacts:
https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/03/iraq-war-archeology-invasion/555200/

However, as Donald Rumsfeld said when it was happening with Iraq, y'know "stuff happens" :rolleyes:
 





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This is what makes me sad about a war with Iran. The country has so many ancient historical sites that when push comes to shove, they will destroy everything to a point of no return...maybe it will be "their" way of rewriting history...wiping the slate clean, if you will. Without the reminders of the relics of the past, we can all ungrudgingly, march into the (Brave) new world.
Yes I agree. The satanic elite want to rewrite and control history. To bring forward the new world, they must destroy the old and suppress all the history. And lets not forget the Oil. The Strait of Hormuz!
 





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Yes I agree. The satanic elite want to rewrite and control history. To bring forward the new world, they must destroy the old and suppress all the history. And lets not forget the Oil. The Strait of Hormuz!
I'll be more than ready to call out all those who have been telling us how Trump is the new Cyrus, when the real Cyrus' resting place is finally blown up by his 21st century reincarnation....the irony
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^Courtsey of the Sanhedrin.
Dangerous Bill in Congress to Crush the PA and PLO

"...If the Senate version of the ATCA fix becomes law, the PLO and PA will have to make a choice:

-Maintain their status at the UN and be held liable for previously dismissed terrorism claims, or
-Downgrade their status at the UN, forgo pursuit of war crimes claims against Israelis by withdrawing from the Rome Statute, the treaty establishing the ICC, and resume receiving US security assistance.

In the former case, the PA will bankrupt itself and the US will treat the PLO as nothing more than a terrorist organization. In the latter case, the PLO will have relinquished any pretense that it can effectively represent the rights and interests of the Palestinian people. Either case means the end of a Palestinian negotiating partner for any future peace talks..."
Daniel Pipes and the Israel Victory Project
The only way for the conflict to be resolved is for one side to give up.

"Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, a Philadelphia-based think tank, is considered one of the world’s foremost analysts on the Middle East and Muslim history. Since 1994, the Forum, through its various projects, has promoted American interests in the Middle East and protected Western values from Middle Eastern threats.

The Israel Victory Project, which calls for a Palestinian defeat in the place of what the Forum considers failed diplomacy, is today the Forum’s most high-profile campaign.


Explains Pipes, “The reigning assumption for 30 years has been that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict can be resolved through negotiations, diplomacy mediation, compromise and painful concessions. It has not worked.” Rather, Pipes, suggests “a completely different approach, which looks at the historical record and notes that conflicts generally end when one side gives up.” A loss on the battlefield, says Pipes, does not necessarily mean defeat."