Power struggle has begun inside Democratic Party over nature of US-Israel relationship
(Mondoweiss) -- by Philip Weiss --
The effort by former AIPAC staffer Josh Block to smear the Democratic-Party-linked thinktank Center for American Progress as a nest of anti-Semitic bloggers was shepherded in the U.S. by Politico, but Block was the first casualty of the campaign, after his methods became the focus of the story.
Meantime, the effort has gained traction in... the Jerusalem Post! The Post has now run two stories about what it calls "the mushrooming anti-Israel scandal surrounding a group of bloggers working for the US think tank Center for American Progress (CAP)."
The latest JPost hit piece, out yesterday, makes clear the partisan character of Block's effort. Though Block is a longtime Democrat, his message relies on right-wingers quoting right-wingers (and a few right-leaners). His defense comes from Republican Hill aides...
This is what we've long pushed for-- an argument over the power of the Israel lobby inside the Democratic Party. And will I as an advocate of the Arab Spring in Palestine and the U.S. work with liberal Zionists who oppose settlements to stir the Democratic pot? Yes. (As I will work with Ron Paulians to stir the Republican pot...)...MORE...LINK
Chris Moore comments:
For decades, Machiavellian Zionists have claimed that anyone who opposed their insane agenda, or who argued that Zionists had infiltrated the American establishment via the statist liberal sap Democratic Party, must be paranoid and possibly mentally ill.
Eventually, intelligent people figured out it was the Zionists who were/are mentally ill, and decided to quite following them into insane disasters like the Mideast wars incited by crazed Israel-firsters. Now that they've been outed, hopefully, these insane Israel-firsters will just move to Israel where they belong, and do their own fighting instead of plotting, scheming and lying other people into doing their fighting for them, the same way the Pharisees plotted the death of Jesus by using the Romans to do their dirty work.
("Oh, that's insane religious dogma," shout these Zionists, even as they plot their insane Jewish supremacist religious machinations in smug certitude that the "stupid goyim" have been adequately dumbed down, and are now intellectually incapable of detecting the unchanging, self-serving, ear-whispering, serpentine nature of the Zionist.)
If the Machiavellian Zionists start a war before the election, does that nullify any anti-war discussion among the candidates? How would a war impact Ron Paul's candidacy? Is it possible that a war could start during the election cycle, especially if an anti-war movement gained traction?
If the Machiavellian Zionists start a war before the election, does that nullify any anti-war discussion among the candidates? How would a war impact Ron Paul's candidacy? How likely is it that a war could start during the election cycle, especially if an anti-war movement gained traction?
Good questions. I certainly wouldn't put starting a war for political purposes past them, given their track record. In fact, the latest series of Iran "incidents" have all been orchestrated to whip Americans (whom the Zionists regard as easily manipulated dupes) into a heightened state of fear and militancy, which serves both Obama and the neocons.
It easily could escalate, which the Zionists would love.
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