Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Increasing mainstream acknowledgement of Jewish Zionist domination of the Democratic Party and its role in Israel-first Mideast policy

Introduction by Chris Moore:

As with the money-worshipping, "creative destruction"-loving, hyper-capitalist right (the Globalists), there's always been something sinister and psychologically warped about Big Government left-liberalism, which worships the warmongering FDR archetype in the same way that some have historically worshipped the Church, no matter how corrupt it got; in the same way, these leftists continue to worship the Democratic Party and the idea that Big Government can do no wrong, only occasionally requiring some adjustments and tweaking, and of course, the correct (Democratic) engineers at the control panel.

Hence, perpetually subversive Zionist Jewry made the perfect partners for the Western left, which has followed the Fabian socialist model of ushering in all-controlling, central government power through stages (in contrast to the Communists, who simply engaged in naked gangsterism and power grabs).

Who better at treachery and subversion than Zionism, which itself follows an exclusive, minority-racket model (as opposed to the inclusive theory behind Christianity) and hence for centuries had to live by haggling, angling, and its subversive wits?

The problem for the left is that Jewish ethno-religious doctrine is inherently supremacist, so the Jews weren't only secretly and subversively angling against the "Christian" powers, but against the leftists "secular" powers, as service of their own Zionist agenda.

And now that Zionist Jewry has both the neocon-right and the national leadership of the Democratic Party in a full-nelson and is becoming ever more open and brazen about who owns whom, and what they will do with their power, elements of the left are beginning to squeal like stuck pigs.

But in the Internet age, the denial that Zionist power owns the Democratic Party could only go on for so long, so what we are seeing now is the curtain partially opening to reveal the Jewish Zionist "wizards" who have the real power on the Democratic and Fabian socialist left, and who are using it to advance both the Israeli and Diaspora Zionist agenda to the maximum. -- C.M.


‘Commentary’ says amount of US political money coming from Jews is ‘staggering’

(Mondoweiss) -- by Philip Weiss --

I used to be shy about talking about Jewish money in the election process. But Sheldon Adelson has liberated us all. Commentary's Jonathan Tobin agrees that Jewish money is an issue, even if it makes Jews "cringe." He says 1/3 of Democratic money, when the estimates have actually been closer to half or more-- 60 percent, from the Washington Post.

Note the obvious corollary of this truth, per Commentary; Obama is making all these pledges of support for Israel because he doesn't want to alienate the Democratic donor base. Tobin:
Estimates of the amount of money Jews have donated to American politicians, parties, and causes are even less accurate than the loose estimates of Jewish votes, but there is little question that the figure is staggering. It is impossible to determine precisely the grand total contributed to only presidential candidates by individual Jewish donors, but it may well be as much or more than one third of all Democratic money and a lesser though still impressive percentage of the funds raised by Republicans...

Nevertheless, even though Jewish votes are important, Americans should expect far more media attention paid to Jewish fundraising. Thus, the true audience for the Democrats’ massive effort to convince Jews that Obama has stayed true to Israel may well not be the Jewish electorate but the Democrats’ base of Jewish donors. Reports about how his stance on Israel may affect his ability to raise money for his reelection are mixed so far. Anecdotal evidence and quotes from fundraisers about declining enthusiasm for the president are everywhere. But the vast majority of Jewish bundlers for both parties are not typical swing voters. They are in fact the most intense partisans. Given the proven willingness of many liberal Jews to grade any Democrat’s performance on Israel on a steep curve, it may be that Obama’s fundraising will not be substantially affected.

By the start of 2012, it was clear that even if reports of the Obama campaign’s ambition to raise a billion dollars were unrealistic, the amount of donated money would be enormous, if not record-setting. The same might be true of his Republican rival. Neither party nor the vast array of independent committees assisting the candidates’ efforts will lack funds in 2012.

Given the new freedom to spend money on advocacy as a result of Citizens United, one can expect that during the course of the 2012 campaign the question of the untoward influence of Jewish money will be raised repeatedly by Israel’s critics. This will make many Jews cringe, no matter where their political loyalties lie, but they should not shrink from defending the right of groups to highlight issues of importance.

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