It’s interesting that as the US gears up for war in Syria, very little mention has been made of AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee), what has been labeled the most powerful lobby in the USA. Apparently, AIPAC was mentioned in the NY Times:
One administration official, who, like others, declined to be identified discussing White House strategy, called Aipac “the 800-pound gorilla in the room,” and said its allies in Congress had to be saying, “If the White House is not capable of enforcing this red line” against the catastrophic use of chemical weapons, “we’re in trouble.”
“I asked Rosen if AIPAC suffered a loss of influence…. A half smile appeared on his face, and he pushed a napkin across the table. “You see this napkin?” he said. “In twenty-four hours, we could have the signatures of seventy senators on this napkin.”
I suspect this might approach the truth, which is fine for Rosen to admit but if a Goy were to say the same thing…. Oh, boy…. Obviously, you won’t hear it from the mainstream media on the eve of another Zionist war.
Throughout history, people were prone to gossip and discuss those in power, whether kings, dukes, advisers, ministers, etc. Is the USA the first country in history were those truly in power are rarely ever mentioned? And, if so, is not this bound to make the country more schizophrenic and totalitarian over time? Suppressing the truth is a full-time job…
Just heard someone on NRP yammering on about terrorism. If Western countries want to end most terrorism in the West, here’s cheap and simple solution: Deport the Third World from the West and end all Third World immigration into the West. It’s the inverse of Sailer’s manta: Quarantine the Third World / Deport the Third World.
And as Israel is deporting and sterilizing African immigrants, they demand that Western countries roll out the welcome mat for Syrian refugees.
Interview with Alexander Dugin on Syria crisis.