I’m not an Israeli journalist. I’m an American journalist.
My latest Press TV op-ed begins:
On Friday, forty allegedly American Senators blocked Hagel’s nomination with a filibuster. Their message was loud and clear: “We are not United States Senators. We are Israeli Senators.”
Alan Hart, former lead BBC Mideast correspondent, expressed his disgust at the Israeli Senators’ vote on my radio show, Truth Jihad Radio, this Friday: “This is treason. Serving a foreign nation, rather than one’s own, is not just wrong – it is treasonous.”
Ironically, my article could not be published by any American mainstream media outlet – so I had to send it to Iran-based Press TV. Iran, according to conservative Catholic scholar Dr. Michael Jones, is now “the capital of the free world”; while the US, now a fascist rather than a free nation, recently removed Press TV from its satellite platform, depriving the American public of access to information about who really controls their country.
But still the word is getting out. The Homeland Security officers who briefly questioned me upon my return from Iran on Thursday nodded in agreement when I explained how Israel controls the USA. They sincerely and enthusiastically wished me luck in my effort to awaken Americans to the truth about 9/11.
To Abe Foxman’s chagrin, even the Jewish comedy writers at Saturday Night Live are embarrassed by the Israel lobby’s ham-handed stranglehold on America. Their recent Hagel hearings sketch provides the last word on the moral character of those forty “patriotic Christian Republican senators” who blocked Hagel’s nomination on behalf of Israel.
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