Sunday, March 19, 2006

Liberal Judenhass Watch - Support for Israel

My friend evariste over at Discarded Lies has a post on a lie that liberals just will not discard. This is the lie that the United States should end support for Israel because it is not in our best interest to give them support and that Israel is no better than her neighbors.

1. Liberals say that our support for Israel is the reason that we are a prime target for terrorists, and the reason why so much of the world hates us (another lie - why does everybody want to come here?). If we did not support Israel, we would be safe from global terrorism. These are the same people who used to say, "If there were no Jews, there would be no problem." Of course Muslims never attack other Muslims; and France, who has a huge Muslim population and is no fan of Israel, never has a terrorism problem.

2. Liberals love to say that Israel is no better than here neighbors. That this is a lie is obvious to anyone who can read. Please name the last Jewish suicide bomber who blew up a bus in Amman.

Study: AIPAC works against US interests

Have I set up a straw man? Read the "study".

Right at the start we see the evil Jewish Cabal controlling and subverting the Government.
Instead, the overall thrust of U.S. policy in the region is due almost entirely to U.S. domestic politics, and especially to the activities of the “Israel Lobby.” Other special interest groups have managed to skew U.S. foreign policy in directions they favored, but no lobby has managed to divert U.S. foreign policy as far from what the American national interest would otherwise suggest, while simultaneously convincing Americans that U.S. and Israeli interests are essentially identical.
The writers are unwilling to call terrorists what they are and need quotes to use the word at all,
To begin with, "terrorism" is a tactic employed by a wide array of political groups; it is not a single unified adversary. The terrorist organizations that threaten Israel (e.g., Hamas or Hezbollah) do not threaten the United States, except when it intervenes against them (as in Lebanon in 1982). Moreover, Palestinian terrorism is not random violence directed against Israel or "the West"; it is largely a response to Israel’s prolonged campaign to colonize the West Bank and Gaza Strip. [Israel has three times offered to give the West Bank and Gaza back to the local Arabs, and has now left the Gaza Strip completely. Hardly colonization. - ed.]
And where do they get an idea like this?
Neither America nor Israel could be blackmailed by a nuclear‐armed rogue, because the blackmailer could not carry out the threat without receiving overwhelming retaliation. The danger of a "nuclear handoff" to terrorists is equally remote, because a rogue state could not be sure the transfer would be undetected or that it would not be blamed and punished afterwards.
What do they think a "rogue state" is?

As for Israeli moral superiority,
The final moral argument portrays Israel as a country that has sought peace at every turn and showed great restraint even when provoked. The Arabs, by contrast, are said to have acted with great wickedness. This narrative-which is endlessly repeated by Israeli leaders and American apologists such as Alan Dershowitz-is yet another myth. In terms of actual behavior, Israel’s conduct is not morally distinguishable from the actions of its opponents.
So, what was it that Yitzhak Rabin tried to accomplish in Oslo, and how did that end? Of course the Harvard "intellectuals" do not what to answer that question.

They even want you to believe that the Israelis target peace activists and that Rachel Corrie was killed intentionally - more lies.
Israeli forces have also killed several foreign peace activists, including a 23 year‐old American woman crushed by an Israeli bulldozer in March 2003.
Read the entire filthy thing. Read about the Jews who control the American Government. Read about how the Jews control the American press. It is the same old anti-semitic evil, only this time it comes from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Read the footnotes. The sources include Ha'aretz, B'Tselem, our old friend Noam Chomsky (who lies every time he opens his mouth) and other far Left™ writers and activists. They did everything but quote The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

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