Monday, March 2, 2015

White House Bias Against Israel

Nadene Goldfoot                                                                

The White House is full of bias against Israel.  There was plenty of bias against the fledgling state when Harry S. Truman sided with the tiny state to be and recognized her so that she was able to announce herself as a state on May 14, 1948.  However, it seems to be growing worse in the past 66 years.
We know that President Barack Hussein Obama of the USA, does not like Prime Minster Netanyahu of Israel.  We even heard a slip of the tongue when Obama and Putin of Russia were talking and they had left their mike on.  That was broadcast for all to hear.  Now Israel feels the deal the White House is making with Iran is not living up to the expectations originally planned on.  They've gone in a different direction in order to accommodate Iran's evil wishes, wishes and plans they have been most vocal about and that is to destroy Israel.  .

Then there was the White House spat where Obama stalked off for dinner in the White House leaving Obama and his aides to fend for themselves or go without eating.  They were also told to use the back door.  You could almost see Obama fume when Netanyahu had to explain on live TV why going back to the 67 lines was impossible for Israel to do.  He probably felt he was being scolded.  The fact is that Netanyahu is 11 years, 9 months and 14 days older than Obama.  He's very knowledgeable about what Israel can and cannot do.
Benjamin Netanyahu serving in IDF
 He's also been in the IDF and knows a lot about military matters and positions.  Obama hasn't had such types of experiences.  He's never been in the service.
PM of Israel Yitzhak Rabin, Bill Clinton, Yasser Arafat during Oslo I Accords
Bill Clinton, former USA President, was one of the presidents who was almost Mishpuka, family to Israel.  His wife, however, feels differently, and she'll most likely be running for president in 2016.
Hillary Clinton has written a book, "Hard Choices," about her position as Secretary of State and it shows how one-sided, "at worst down right anti-Israel she is according to Jeff Dunetz who wrote about it.  Examples from the book:

1 p. 302.  "When we left the city and visited Jericho, in the West Bank, I got my first glimpse of life under occupation for Palestinians, who were denied the dignity and self-determination that Americans take for granted." .  She did not look into terrorism practices such as Palestinians blowing up buses with school children, nothing about the fact that during the presidency of her husband, Yassir Arafat turned down a deal that would have given him about 98% of what he wanted according to what Bill Clinton himself had said in disbelief.  Her eyes and her heart only see surface things.  She doesn't care to dig deeper.  

2. p. 317.  "The sticking point would be Jerusalem.  East Jerusalem had been captured along with the West Bank in 1967, and Palestinians dreamed of one day establishing the capital of their future state there. "  Hillary's statement is very biased and incorrect.  Israel didn't capture Jerusalem, Jordan did.  All of Jerusalem was a part of the Jewish Homeland.  Jews were the majority of the Jerusalem population from 1844 to becoming the state of Israel in 1948.  That's when they lost Jerusalem to the attackers of Jordan.  In fact, Muslims were only  the 3rd largest religion in the city until about 1890.   The Palestinians want East Jerusalem as their capital only because they don't want Israel to have it.  They have no long and ancient history living in Israel or Judea;  the Jews do.  Hillary fails to know much of our Jewish history and why Jerusalem is so important to us.

Even after the Bar Kochba revolt in 135 CE when the Romans punished the Jews for revolting by changing the name of their country from Judea to Palaestina (after the Philistines, the ancient Jewish enemy who no longer was in existence, and the name of the holy city from Jerusalem to Aelia Capitolina (Capitoline Hill of the House of Aelius), most of the world recognized the Holy Land and Jerusalem as Jewish.  Truth is that even ancient Muslim writings recognized Jerusalem as a Jewish city and Jews as people of the Book (Bible).  
She goes on berating Israel on pages 308 and 312.  Yet she just may campaign on the basis that she is a friend of Israel, just as Barack Hussein Obama did in 2008.  As Secretary of State, she was the architect of the policy of the most anti-Israel president since the rebirth of Israel in 1948.  The only time she let up being against Israel was the 9 years where she ran for and held office as the US Senator from New York.  

Hillary's right hand lady, almost a daughter to her, is Huma Abedin whose parents belong to the Muslim Brotherhood.    Another anti-Israel person is Zbigniew Brzezinski, Polish American political scientist who worked with Jimmy Carter, former USA president.  Carter dislikes Israel very much and had also written a book about it, "  that is very harmful, "Palestine:  Peace Not Apartheid,"  colored by his religious views about. Jews.  He's written several, as a matter of fact.  He's definitely taken the side of the Palestinians against the Jews.  

Many Muslims work in the or for the White House today.  They of course are not terrorists, but swing against Israel.  Some belong to the Muslim Brotherhood whose charter states their goal is to destroy Israel and Jews.   We also have many Jews working there.  The problem begs the question, how many are against Israel?  When a situtation arises, is Israel being dumped by our USA from the Oval Office?  Republicans are pretty good, but Democrats follow the leader and the leader is Obama.  If he is  against something they are, too.  One of Obama's best followers  is Susan Rice.  

Frank Gaffney has created a course on the Muslim Brotherhood infiltrating in the White House.  He is a columnist at The Washington Times.  Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. (born April 5, 1953) is the founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, Big Peace, and Townhall, and radio host on Secure Freedom Radio.   Gaffney was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1975, Gaffney graduated from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University.   He received his graduate degree from Johns Hopkins University's Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.

It takes guts to come to the USA and speak to a half filled Congress auditorium where at least 30 Democrats are not planning on attending his speech, but as Netanyahu has said, "his is a moral obligation to come and explain the situation of this deal with Iran as he sees it."  So many are against him; the Jews in Israel who just see their economic problems and not the world wide scope that they can be annhiliated if the deal doesn't change;  the EU who is making this deal with the USA, seemingly just because they want it done and are tired of dealing with it and with Iran.  Netanyahu's brother gave his life in the Entebbe situation and Benjamin Netanyahu is not any less a man.  It's an insult, a slap in the face to think he is doing it to feather his nest and garner votes.  No doubt he is losing some.  Netanyahu takes his job very seriously.  He could not live with himself unless he took this perilous step.  I hope there will be some Senators who will learn something; that politics is more than getting elected.  It's doing the right thing.  

Resource: Jeff Dunetz, "Hillary Clinton Goes Anti-Israel In "Hard Choices"


  1. carter, clinton, obama,..........and the whole host of people who cannot see straight will all find out one day that they chose to be on the wrong side of history. we can't make the willfully blind see anything, but they will answer for the destructive policies of their governing. wouldn't want to be in their shoes i tell ya that.

  2. Well said, Andre. I surely agree with you.