Saturday, September 17, 2011

Right From The Horse's Mouth: US Ambassador Says Support For Israel Drives ALL US Policies!

Israel totally controls the United States of America.   That readers, is no longer a supposition, but absolute fact.   The so called "elected" officials in both the US House of Representatives, and the US Senate, are nothing more than YES men for the Jewish monetary criminals that control America, and absolutely bow down and grovel to their Jewish masters who issue their obedient American slaves their orders from Tel Aviv.   It is absolutely sickening to behold.

For those that need even further proof, and to hammer home that fact, I want to present the following article from Alison Weir, that comes courtesy of the website: Sabbah Report, at, where the new US ambassador to Israel, Daniel Shapiro, clearly outlines American policy and how the Zionist state of Israel calls all the shots in America!  Here is that article:

US Ambassador: Support for Israel drives all US policies


"Sabbah Report" -- While many Americans may believe that US policies are designed to address American needs, America's new Ambassador to Israel explains that this is far from the case.
In a recent speech before the Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI), Ambassador Daniel Shapiro clarified what drives US policies:
"The test of every policy the Administration develops in the Middle East is whether it is consistent with the goal of ensuring Israel's future as a secure, Jewish, democratic state. That is a commitment that runs as a common thread through our entire government."
Shapiro went on to say:
"This test explains our extraordinary security cooperation, our stand against the delegitimization of Israel, our efforts on Iran, our response to the Arab Spring, and our efforts on Israeli-Palestinian peace."
It also explains a factor in the downward slide in American prosperity and standing in the world.
US funding of Israel and its weapons industry
Shapiro elaborated:
"Israel will receive over $3 billion in U.S. funding for training and equipment in the coming fiscal year. This assistance allows Israel to purchase the sophisticated defense equipment it needs to protect itself, by itself, including the world's most advanced fighter aircraft, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Our assistance has also helped boost Israel's domestic defense industry."
On top of this, Shapiro pointed out,
"Congress, at the request of President Obama, provided $205 million to accelerate production and deployment of the Iron Dome short-range missile system, a project to which I devoted particular attention during my tenure at the White House."
Shapiro failed to note that this system competes with American defense firms, causing still further job loss for Americans, who have a higher unemployment rate than Israel.
Shapiro said that one of his first visits as Ambassador to Israel was to see an Iron Dome battery deployed near Ashkelon, where he "had very moving visits with the victims of rocket attacks in Ashdod." Palestinian rocket attacks have killed approximately 20 Israelis. There is no report that Shapiro has visited the victims of Israeli shelling attacks on Gaza, where over 1,400 have been killed.
Opposing international initiatives, undermining US needs
Shapiro continued:
"The test of our policy – that it advances Israel's status as a secure, Jewish, democratic state – also explains our commitment to vigorously battle against those who would attempt to isolate or delegitimize Israel in the international community."
As a result, Shapiro said, the US withdrew from the South African conference on racism in Durban and vetoed UN efforts on Israel (which otherwise would have passed).
Currently, he said, the administration is "doing everything we can" to oppose the Palestinian bid for UN membership to come later this month. "We are taking our opposition to capitals around the world."
This campaign is reminiscent of previous pro-Israel campaigns, including the original pressure brought by Israel partisans in 1947 on the UN General Assembly to pass a recommendation to give over half of Palestine to a Jewish state.
It could also be a major blow to the US.
Prince Turki al-Faisal, a member of the Saudi Royal Family who headed up its intelligence service for many years, has just published Veto a State, Lose an Ally, in which he warns that if the US vetoes Palestinian UN membership, "Saudi Arabia would no longer be able to cooperate with America in the same way it historically has."
He writes that it would "provoke uproar among Muslims worldwide," further undermining American relations with the Muslim world (over 1.2 billion people), "threaten regional stability," and increase "the chances of another war in the region."
In 1973 Saudi Arabia, which has been an extremely important US ally, issued a warning based on a similarly reasonable request (that Israel obey international law – see discussion below). When Henry Kissinger ignored it, the US was thrown into a major recession and thousands of Americans lost their jobs and homes.
Author and international attorney John Whitbeck writes that "the adverse consequences for the United States of blocking Palestine's membership are dazzlingly obvious. An American veto would constitute a shotgun blast in both of its own feet, further isolating the United States from the rest of mankind and outraging the already agitated and unstable Arab and Muslim worlds (notably including Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Turkey).
Since 120 nations have already recognized Palestine, such a veto would outrage countries all over the globe.
Policies on Iran based on Israeli concerns
Shapiro went on to say:
"The test of our policy – to advance Israel's status as a secure, Jewish democratic state – explains our persistent efforts and the President's determination to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
"Since 2009, the United States has led the world in imposing the toughest sanctions ever against Iran, through U.N. Security Council Resolution 1929, through the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions and Divestment Act, and through additional sanctions imposed by European and other partners beyond those mandated by the U.N. Security Council... We are working to increase pressure on Iran through additional means, and have taken no option off the table.
Twenty years ago similar pressure on Iraq created a humanitarian catastrophe in which, according to the World Health Organization, over 5,000 children under the age of five died each month from "embargo-related causes."
Arab Spring actions predicated on Israeli interests
Shapiro explained that concerns for Israel also drive the Administration's actions regarding the Arab Spring:
"The test of our policy explains President Obama's original outreach to the Muslim world, and his response to the Arab Spring.
"Israel's interests were not served by the deep anger felt toward the United States in many Muslim communities, and the President made clear that those who would accept his outstretched hand must do so knowing that the United States will remain a fierce defender of Israel's legitimacy and call on others to build their own connections with Israel.
"As the unprecedented events of the Arab Spring have unfolded, we have recognized the opportunity presented by the possible emergence of more open, transparent, peaceful, and democratic governments, who will make better neighbors, while remaining vigilant about the risks these changes could present. We know the stakes for Israel are high, and in a situation where neither of us can control outcomes, we are working closely together to chart a common strategy."
Shapiro said that US support for a "two-state solution" is also based on Israeli desires, explaining that he and the Administration are "convinced that a two-state solution is the only way to guarantee Israel's future as a Jewish and democratic state." Therefore, he said, the administration's "vigorous pursuit of Israeli-Palestinian peace" also meets the pro-Israel test.
Need to bolster pro-Israel ties among Jewish Americans
Shapiro spoke of the close allegiance that most Jewish Americans feel for Israel, but expressed concern that "much research has shown that growing numbers of younger American Jews feel disconnected, or at best ambivalent, toward Israel. Valuable programs like Birthright have exposed many to this connection, but many more have not been reached."
He said that "a stronger commitment to Zionist education for American Jewish youth could do much to strengthen bonds that we want to be even stronger in the next generation, but may not be if left untended."
Helping Israeli finances even further
Shapiro said that "one of the most fruitful opportunities for deepening ties" between Americans and Israelis is in the economic sphere:

"There are approximately one dozen American-Israel Chambers of Commerce throughout the United States, based in New York, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, Los Angeles, and elsewhere. These organizations are run and organized by Americans who care deeply about the U.S.- Israel relationship and strive to facilitate U.S.-Israel business connections."
Shapiro pointed out:
"In 2010 alone the U.S. imported $21 billion of Israeli goods and services; that's 10 percent of Israel's GDP. American companies and their representatives here directly employ about 60,000 Israelis; that's fully 2 percent of Israel's entire workforce. This figure does not include the many thousands more that are supported by American companies here as subcontractors or in downstream businesses.
"American companies have opened two-thirds of all foreign R&D facilities in Israel and brought in nearly 60 percent of all foreign direct investment. In 2011, American companies have acquired ten Israeli startups to the tune of $1.5 billion dollars, not just for their products, but to establish leading international R&D centers tapping into the greatest asset of Israel's people, their brainpower. American-sourced venture capitalism provides more than half of all money for nascent technology companies to get off the ground.
"Just as other Diaspora communities are often in the lead in promoting economic ties with their countries of origin, many of these projects began because of Jewish-American 'champions' of corporate interaction with Israel."
Ambassador Shapiro failed to mention that Israel's current account balance is 29th in the world; the U.S. comes in at 196th.
1973 War and Shapiro's personal ties to Israel
In his speech, Ambassador Shapiro recounted his personal history "for the insights it can give us about the connection of the American Jewish community to the U.S.-Israel relationship." He stated:
"I am a proud member of our Jewish community in Washington, DC, active in a Conservative synagogue and the Jewish day school that my children attend and where my wife, Julie, worked for many years. And my profound respect for the State of Israel and its remarkable achievements stems from a lifetime of exposure to the extraordinary people who brought Theodore Herzl's Zionist dream to life."
Shapiro explained that his close attachment to Israel began in 1973 when he was four years old and his family spent a fall semester in Israel. They were there during the war in which Egypt and Syria tried to retrieve land that had been taken by Israel seven years before.
While Ambassador Shapiro didn't go into this, there is a close US connection to the 1973 war, called by Israel and US media the "Yom Kippur War."
Before and during this war, Saudi Arabia called on the US to pressure Israel to return the lands that it had taken and held since 1967, in violation of international law. Instead, Henry Kissinger arranged a massive airlift of US weaponry to Israel, saving Israel from losing the war. This support led to the oil embargo against the US that caused a deep depression and cost thousands of Americans their jobs.
As historian Donald Neff later wrote, this boycott, induced by Kissinger's weapons to Israel, left "economies around the world shattered and many individuals living poorer lives." Neff wrote that while "Kissinger admitted, 'I made a mistake,' skeptics might wonder whether it was a mistake, or wanton disregard of U.S. interests during a passionate effort to help Israel."
Shapiro explained that the 1973 war had a major impact on his family:
"By the end of the war, and even more so, by the end of our stay, our family's relationship with Israel had been utterly transformed, from a solid but light connection to the deepest of bonds. Throughout the remainder of my childhood, family dinner conversations turned easily to events in Israel, from the thrill of the peace with Egypt to the anguish of the Lebanon War [initiated by Israel; fatalities were approximately 25:1 Lebanese to Israelis]. The ample bookshelves in my parents' home grew laden with studies in Zionism, Jewish history, and Israeli literature.
"A product of the Reform Movement, I nurtured my own connection to Israel primarily through summer camp experiences at the Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, an unlikely setting for some of the most innovative Jewish and Zionist education to be found anywhere.
"These experiences led me to spend half a year after high school in Israel on a Reform Movement program, living with an Israeli family in Jerusalem, studying at Hebrew Union College, traveling widely throughout the country, and volunteering on Kibbutz Yahel in the Arava.
"I returned for my sophomore year of college at Hebrew University, supplementing my studies with work as a waiter at the wedding hall in the Beit Knesset HaGadol and long walks in Rehavia, where my girlfriend – who is now my wife of 19 years – took an apartment.
"In the years since, I have made Israel, its history and people, its quest for peace and security in the Middle East, and its relationship with the United States, the centerpiece of my academic studies at Brandeis and Harvard, my work on Capitol Hill, and my service in the Clinton and Obama Administrations."
Shapiro emphasized that in many ways his story is not unique, stating that "it is impossible to deny the special connection that most in the American Jewish community feel for Israel.... wherever they fall on the political spectrum, and whatever their views on American policy, Israeli policy or the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the vast majority of American Jews care deeply about Israel..."
Shapiro said that he is deeply honored that President Obama has entrusted him with the "task and responsibility of strengthening and deepening" US ties to Israel.
Shapiro concluded:
"... as a committed Jewish American, with deep roots in the American Jewish community and warm bonds of affection with Israel, I will have an opportunity to draw on those associations to help make the U.S.-Israel relationship, strong as it is, even stronger in the years ahead."
Alison Weir is executive director of If Americans Knew. Photos and videos referenced in the article can be viewed on the website ( She can be reached

NTS Notes:  I am absolutely sickened to see how a great nation called the United States of America has become nothing more than a satellite state of Israel.   Again, I am wondering why the criminals in control of America don't just get it over with and rename the United States, the "United States slave nation of Israel"?  And for that matter why not just rename Washington DC as "Tel Aviv West"?

What we see here is not isolated to just the United States..  Here in Canada, our nation is just as controlled by the Jewish monetary powers and answers compliantly to Israel's wishes.    It is also a fact that this is also very true for most nations in Europe as well....

And where is the American public in all of this?   If the American people would just stop drinking their fluoridated water, and stop taking their daily dose of chemicals that has zombified their minds,  I do believe that they would have something to say about the subjugation of their nation to Israel!

More to come



Anonymous said...

I have to agree, NTS, this article was absolutely nauseating to read. Why strengthen ties with another nation that has no interest in contributing to the welfare of your own country? It is MADNESS, that we are witness to, I truly believe. It just furthers my belief that, in fact, Israel has planted nuclear bombs in cities around the U.S. and is using this catastrophic scenario as blackmail of the U.S. political system should American politicians ever decide that their relationship with Israel is over. Of course, that day would not be too soon for me, but I don't want to die of radiation poison either, seeing as I'm less than a hundred miles away from a heavily populated area that may just have a nuclear device hiding somewhere in the county. What a sick world we live in. We don't have a choice but it's obvious that America has chosen economic disaster over nuclear annihilation from the parasitic state of Israel, and when we're completely depleted of money and resources they will move on to another host country until the entire world is destroyed one way or the other for Israel's safety and determination - humanity be damned!

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