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Welcome David Schenker: Another Zionist in charge of American foreign policy

Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by AIL, Jun 14, 2019.

  1. AIL

    AIL Jet fuel that's a good one.

    Sep 29, 2011
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    Another change in Staff but its the same song sheet Zionist policies reamed up the ass and down the throats of lazy Americans. Too lazy to figure you that they have been outfoxed all their life by Zionists hovering like vultures over white-house pulling the strings and calling the shots for their benefit but at your cost in treasure and blood.

    America has become a Zionist colony or a puppet state take you pick.

    Welcome David Schenker
    Another Zionist in charge of American foreign policy

    Those who think that the foreign policy of the United States should be the product of serious discussion embracing a variety of viewpoints to come to a conclusion that benefits the American people should perhaps take note of what has been going on in the President Donald Trump administration. The use of unrelenting pressure to include threats of military intervention rather than negotiation has been noted by many, but the media predictably has failed to discuss the implications of having a team in place making decisions relating to the volatile Middle East and beyond that consists overwhelmingly of Orthodox Jews and Christian Zionists.

    To recap, Trump’s A-team in the Middle East is headed by his Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner who is being personally advised by a group of Orthodox Jews. David Friedman, the U.S. (sic) Ambassador to Israel is also an Orthodox Jew and a former bankruptcy lawyer with no diplomatic or foreign policy credentials. He is a passionate supporter and even a funder of the illegal Israeli settlements on the West Bank and on the Golan Heights. Friedman endlessly and ignorantly repeats Israeli government talking points and eventually succeeded in changing the language used in State Department communications, eliminating the word “occupied” when describing Israel’s control of the West Bank. His humanity does not extend beyond his Jewishness, defending the Israeli shooting of thousands of unarmed Gazan protesters and the bombing of schools, hospitals and cultural centers. How he represents the United States and its citizens who are not dual nationals must be considered a mystery.


    Read some of the comments they are brilliant..

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