Senate Betrays Constitution for Israel: Commitment to attack Iran

by Jim Fetzer (with M.J. Rosenberg)


One more war for Israel

In a stunning betrayal of the Constitution of the United States, which, under Article VI grants treaties the same status under the Constitution as the Constitution itself and therefore obligates the United States to conform to the UN Charter and international law to which it is bound by treaties, the US Senate has passed a resolution that commits the nation to support Israel militarily, diplomatically, and economically should it decide to attack Iran “in its legitimate self-defense”, where every action Israel has ever taken–from the Six Days War to its incursions into Lebanon–has been deemed by the American government to be “in its legitimate self-defense”. The vote taken on Wednesday, 22 May 2013, astoundingly, was 99-0.

The resolution states:

If the Government of Israel is compelled to take military action in legitimate self defense against Iran’s nuclear weapons program, the United States Government should stand with Israel and provide, in accordance with United States law and the constitutional responsibility of Congress to authorize the use of military force, diplomatic, military, and economic support to the Government of Israel in its defense of its territory, people, and existence.

As M.J. Rosenberg has observed,

[T]he “self-defense” limitation is no limitation at all. The United States has deemed all major Israeli military actions as “self-defense” (most recently two Gaza wars) with the oft-repeated statement that the United States is “fully supportive of Israel’s right to defend itself.” Couple that with President Obama’s language ruling out containment of a nuclear Iran and it’s pretty clear that any attack by Israel on Iran will be deemed self-defense by the United States.

Rand Paul (R-KY) has been doing what he can to tone down the resolution, but whether he can prevail is yet to be seen.  While this is a non-binding resolution that does not have the force of law in committing the nation to support Israel under these circumstances, it does express “the sense of the Senate”. While the President is obligated by the Constitution to seek its “advice and consent”, this commitment violates international law and the UN Charter and therefore the Constitution itself.

At the very least, AIPAC should be required to register as a “foreign agent”. Its virtually complete domination of American foreign policy has led wits to describe the US as “the United States of Israel”.  The problem is that this is not a joke, where “our gallant ally” is drawing us deeper and deeper into a conflict which has enormous potential to precipitate World War III.  It is a positive sign that Russia has intervened in Syria.  It will not stand idly by while Israel and the United States attack Iran.

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Iran poses no imminent treat to the US or to Israel, where the stunning stupidity of the Senate resolution emerges from the reflection that (1) Iran has no nuclear weapons program, much less any nukes; (2) that the casualties from an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear energy facilities would be catastrophic; and (3) that Israel is not an ally of the United States, but is committed to advancing its own interests, regardless of the consequences for the US or, indeed, for the world at large.

(1) Iran has no nuclear weapons program

Iran not only has no nuclear weapons program but is a peaceful nation that has not attacked any other country for more than 300 years.  The Supreme Leader of Iran, The Ayatolla Khamenei, has declared, “Nuclear energy for all, nuclear weapons for none”.  Iran has signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and has allowed inspectors.  All 16 US intel agencies concluded in 2007 that Iran was not pursuing a nuclear weapons program, a conclusion that it reaffirmed in 2011.

Israel, by contrast, has more than 200 and as many as 600 of these little beauties. It has never signed the NPT and will not allow inspectors. The War against Terror was an Israeli contrivance to set the United States on a course to dismantle the sophisticated Arab states and leave Israel with uncontested domination of the Middle East.  Upon his return from serving as Supreme Commander, Allied Forces Europe, Gen. Wesley Clark was presented with a plan to dismantle seven Arab nations in the next five years.  Syria and Iran are the final stages of this Israeli plan.

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(2) The civilian casualties would be catastrophic

Estimates have it that an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear energy facilities would bring about an estimated 1 million Iranian deaths outright and another 35,000,000 premature deaths as the cloud of pollution swept across Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.  Even if there were proof of an Iranian nuclear weapons program, what could possibly justify an atrocity of this magnitude?  Yet the US Senate would have our nation become complicit in one of the greatest atrocities of human history?

For the sake of comparison, according to the “official account”, some 6,000,000 Jews died during the Holocaust.  Set aside that the International Committee of the Red Cross maintained detailed records that support perhaps 600,000 deaths of Jews, gypsies and the mentally and physically impaired, Benjamin Netanyahu is willing to sacrifice six times the number of deaths alleged to have taken place during the Holocaust to promote Israel’s political domination of the Middle East.

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(3) Israel is not an ally of the United States

The recent attack on Syria by Israel, which appears to have been intended to destroy a shipment of missiles and to take out a chemical supply depot, has had the unintended consequence of providing Russia with an excuse to speed up its delivery of its advanced S-300 missiles, which can be used for anti-aircraft and anti-ship defense and has greatly strengthened the ability of Syria to withstand attacks.  Indeed, there is every reason to believe that Russia is committed to standing fast with Syria.

Throughout this conflict, Obama’s actions have been disgraceful, where he (a) has supported Israel in taking such actions as it may deem appropriate (without adding, “provided they are in accordance with international law”), (b) is providing Netanyahu with refueling tankers and radar-suppressing aircraft to attack Iran (which I compare to placing a pedophile in charge of a day care center) and (c) continues to use drones in Pakistan (another violation of another nation’s sovereignty).

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What this means is that the President of the United States, by encouraging Israel to violate the sovereignty of Syria and of Pakistan and to attack Iran, which poses no “imminent treat” to any other nation, especially to Israel with its vast stock of nuclear weapons, has become an accessory to  the violation of international law and to the commission of war crimes.  If Israel should launch an attack on Iran because it believes the US will support it, the stain on our history will be permanent.

It is all the more surprising that the US Senate remains so enthusiastic about its unqualified support for Israel, since we now have multiple confirmed reports of Israeli snipers having taken out more than 400 US troops in Iraq.  This is just about as disgusting as it gets and reveals decisively that Israel has only its own interests at heart and is willing to sacrifice even the welfare of American troops in combat to promote it, not to mention 36,000,000 innocents to advance its political agenda.

Senate Resolution: U.S. Will Go to War With Iran if Israel Does


by M.J. Rosenberg

It is customary for Congress to pass resolutions commending Israel on the anniversary of its founding in 1948. Once these resolutions were innocuous with references to “making the desert bloom” and “ingathering” Jewish refugees. Standard “pro-Israel” boilerplate. No more.

In recent years Congress, with the Israel lobby’s eager assistance, has coupled salutations and congratulations with increasingly strident language about terrorism, Palestinians, and now, Iran. (For an excellent analysis on how the concept of being “pro-Israel” has degenerated in recent years, see this smart piece by Michael Koplow, program director of the Israel Institute at Georgetown University.)

One such anniversary resolution now being considered in the Senate and, with 79 cosponsors, certain to pass is Senate Resolution 65, introduced by Senators Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC), two lobby stalwarts. It cleared the Senate Foreign Relations Committee yesterday.

The resolution begins with five clauses of standard rhetoric, noting that “since its establishment nearly 65 years ago, the modern State of Israel has… forged a new and dynamic democratic society including “freedom of speech, association, and religion; a vigorously free press; free, fair, and open elections; the rule of law; a fully independent judiciary; and other democratic principles and practices….” The usual fare.

Then, with no transition, it segues into 14 clauses condemning Iran with citations of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s ugly language about Israel, his repeated Holocaust denials, the Islamic Republic’s human rights violations and then the threat ostensibly posed by its nuclear program.

That is followed by 13 clauses citing President Obama’s repeated promises not to permit Iran to attain a nuclear weapon, along with Congress’ own, which are even more aggressive.

All this is just the windup for the pitch which says that if Israel goes to war with Iran, the United States should join the fight. The resolution states:

If the Government of Israel is compelled to take military action in legitimate self defense against Iran’s nuclear weapons program, the United States Government should stand with Israel and provide, in accordance with United States law and the constitutional responsibility of Congress to authorize the use of military force, diplomatic, military, and economic support to the Government of Israel in its defense of its territory, people, and existence.

On the surface, this doesn’t sound that terrible. After all, it specifically limits our commitment to a situation in which “Israel is compelled to take military action in self-defense….”

But the “self-defense” limitation is no limitation at all. The United States has deemed all major Israeli military actions as “self-defense” (most recently two Gaza wars) with the oft-repeated statement that the United States is “fully supportive of Israel’s right to defend itself.” Couple that with President Obama’s language ruling out containment of a nuclear Iran and it’s pretty clear that any attack by Israel on Iran will be deemed self-defense by the United States.

In short, the Graham-Menendez resolution is telling Israel that if it goes to war, we will have their back.

The problem here is not that Congress is saying that the United States would support Israel if there was any chance that it might be defeated in a war with Iran or anyone else. That is obvious and has been since 1973 when the United States military was placed on its highest alert following the joint Egyptian-Syrian attack on Israel.

No, the point of this resolution is to tell Israel that it can go to war with Iran, with the assurance that if it gets into trouble, the United States will step in and finish the job. Israeli hawks need that assurance because it is generally understood that Israel cannot take out Iran’s nuclear facilities alone. It can only try if it knows that the United States is right there just in case.

The intent of this resolution is to eliminate any Israeli hesitancy about getting into a war it cannot win. Israelis won’t do that. Menendez, Graham and company are telling them not to worry. Just do it, and we are in too.


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M.J. Rosenberg is a columnist for the Huffington Post.  The original of this article may be found at this link:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mj-rosenberg/senate-resolution-us-will_b_3099788.html

Jim Fetzer

A former Marine Corps officer, Jim Fetzer has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality.

McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, he has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, the events of 9/11, and the plane crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone.

The founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, his latest books include The Evolution of Intelligence (2005), The 9/11 Conspiracy (2007), Render Unto Darwin (2007), and The Place of Probability in Science (2010).

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29 Responses to "Senate Betrays Constitution for Israel: Commitment to attack Iran"

  1. LC  May 26, 2013 at 7:14 pm

    Who can remain silent….?

    A: We the Sheeple of America – Vaccine Music Video TV EDIT


  2. LC  May 23, 2013 at 11:16 pm

    take it easy. The morons who wrote that text didn’t have the faintest clue what they were trying to say & what a can of worms they were packing.
    Law is bunk everywhere, especially here. the English language used in writing the constitution is long outdated.
    Hire Zillikow to write us a new constitution. He was the one who 911 commission report long before 9/11 itself. !!!

  3. Jim Fetzer  May 23, 2013 at 8:38 pm

    Article VI gives TREATIES the same standing under the Constitution as the Constitution itself. You are grossly misunderstanding the nature of the relationship between member states and the UN. It does not mean that UN declarations become declarations of each of its member states, but that member states agree to adhere to its Charter and the regulations for relations between nations that it stipulates, which include those that govern the conduct of war between nations. Those specify that member nations will not attack other member nations and that no nation will preemptively attack any other nation unless it is subject to imminent attack.

    Those conditions are the ones I address. There are many nitwits out there who seem to be compelled to misconstrue the obvious. My point is to make the obvious OBVIOUS ENOUGH that anyone with the brain of a six-year old can understand it. But obviously I have met my match in this guy, who is one of those who cannot find his way through the trees to see the forest. What would be the point of nations entering into treaties if they did not entail duties and obligations? To put it mildly, this man demonstrates he is not up to snuff.

    See, for example, commentaries on international law, such as http://www.loc.gov/rr/frd/Military_Law/pdf/Constraints-waging-war.pdf, which states in section III 1, “Character of the Law”, in particular,

    As noted, states must respect their obligations under international law, whether
    arising from treaties they are party to or from customary law. This applies with
    equal force to the law of armed conflict. The thesis one occasionally hears that
    application of the rules of this body of law may be sacrificed to overriding
    military necessity runs counter to the very character of these rules.

    Rand Paul succeeded in adding some language of clarification but, as I explained already in the fourth paragraph, THIS IS A NON-BINDING RESOLUTION. But that is how these things are done. Pass a non-binding resolution 99-0 and you have made A GIANT STEP toward the eventuality that it addresses. Again, I had presumed that readers of Veterans Today were not mental midgets. I now freely grant that I was wrong and that this fellow, who is a reader of Veterans Today, has falsified my assumption. His little vignette solidifies my opinion of his mental agility.

    • Jim Fetzer  May 23, 2013 at 9:22 pm

      The key paragraph of Article VI of the Constitution of the United States makes this declaration in very clear and obvious language,

      This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.

      To reiterate the obvious: ALL TREATIES MADE, OR WHICH SHALL BE MADE, UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED STATES, SHALL BE THE SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND. The Supreme Law of the Land, of course, is the Constitution itself, which declares treaties to have the same standing as the Constitution itself. It addresses treaties made by THE AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED STATES.

      Those include our actions in becoming a founding member of the United Nations. Under your interpretation, treaties have no meaning or significance for relations between nations. You continue to embarrass yourself here. Spare us more of your ludicrous nonsense and petty fables that are of no significance. You have demonstrated your incompetence BIG TIME!

    • Jim Fetzer  May 23, 2013 at 9:48 pm

      Indeed, the reason that Israel continues to tout its need for “self-defense” is intended to create the appearance of conformity to Article 51 of the UN Charter:

      Article 51

      Nothing in the present Charter shall impair the inherent right of individual or collective self-defence if an armed attack occurs against a Member of the United Nations, until the Security Council has taken measures necessary to maintain international peace and security. Measures taken by Members in the exercise of this right of self-defence shall be immediately reported to the Security Council and shall not in any way affect the authority and responsibility of the Security Council under the present Charter to take at any time such action as it deems necessary in order to maintain or restore international peace and security.

      Which is why I explained that those claims are without warrant, given that Iran has no nuclear weapons program, which our own intelligence agencies have confirmed.

    • Jim Fetzer  May 23, 2013 at 9:50 pm

      For those who may have never read it, the first two articles of the UN Charter specify its primary role as that of preserving and maintaining world peace as follows:

      Article 1

      The Purposes of the United Nations are:

      To maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace, and for the suppression of acts of aggression or other breaches of the peace, and to bring about by peaceful means, and in conformity with the principles of justice and international law, adjustment or settlement of international disputes or situations which might lead to a breach of the peace;

      To develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and to take other appropriate measures to strengthen universal peace;

      To achieve international co-operation in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian character, and in promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion; and
      To be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations in the attainment of these common ends.

      Article 2

      The Organization and its Members, in pursuit of the Purposes stated in Article 1, shall act in accordance with the following Principles.

      The Organization is based on the principle of the sovereign equality of all its Members.

      All Members, in order to ensure to all of them the rights and benefits resulting from membership, shall fulfill in good faith the obligations assumed by them in accordance with the present Charter.

      All Members shall settle their international disputes by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security, and justice, are not endangered.

      All Members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations.

      All Members shall give the United Nations every assistance in any action it takes in accordance with the present Charter, and shall refrain from giving assistance to any state against which the United Nations is taking preventive or enforcement action.

      The Organization shall ensure that states which are not Members of the United Nations act in accordance with these Principles so far as may be necessary for the maintenance of international peace and security.

      Nothing contained in the present Charter shall authorize the United Nations to intervene in matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any state or shall require the Members to submit such matters to settlement under the present Charter; but this principle shall not prejudice the application of enforcement measures under Chapter Vll.

  4. DaveE  May 23, 2013 at 9:35 am

    NOT A SINGLE GODDAMN ONE of our Israeli appointed crooks in the US Senate had the guts to stand with The Constitution. One non-vote D-Lautenberg from Jew Jersey. Probably celebrating a Jewish holiday and couldn’t be bothered to show up.


    • Dublinmick  May 23, 2013 at 4:19 pm

      Two FBI agents who were in on the Tsarnaev arrest fell out of a helicopter and died. Hmmm

      By the way the governor of Nevada, Vanderbeek is afraid that somebody will blow up the Hoover dam!

    • Dublinmick  May 23, 2013 at 6:07 pm

      Very doubtful Iran will be attacked by anyone. Syria would need to fall before that happened and it does not look like that is likely.

      Iranian can turn off Israel’s electricity for months with drones. They can also just blow up the Saudi oil fields. China would sell U.S. treasury bonds. This war is most likely not going to happen.

      The radiation from a melted Bushehr reactor would filter over Russia, China, Pakistan and Afghanistan as well as other places.

      Iran has ship-killing missiles you cannot defend against. Syria also now, the yakhounts have been shipped in along with SS-300s. Yakhounts can be tipped ground to ground. Last count there were over 150,000 missile aimed at Israel.

      Fuel-air bombs can be used on all royal families of the Gulf, no doubt. Planes and cruise missile coming into the Iran coast will be met with Chinese and Russian HQ 9 anti aircraft missiles

      All oil tankers would have to leave the gulf and gas would sky rocket.

      Iran’s Hezbollah’s M-600 missile, which has a 450 Kg (992 pound) warhead and Russian guidance system, could destroy Tel Aviv, their economy would be terminated.

      There is also a danger Pakistan could swarm U.S. bases in Afghanistan, if U.S. bases are hit with missiles also and thrown into chaos. Pakistan could offer mercs a share of the royal family’s wealth after they cease to exist.

      Nutjobyahoo might even be arrested by the Israeli IDF if he called this one down.

  5. Jim Fetzer  May 23, 2013 at 6:59 am

    So I take it you agree with the noted legal scholar, George W. Bush, that “The Constitution is just a goddamned piece of paper”?

    • cascadedavid  May 23, 2013 at 7:54 am

      Jim, I thought that you should see this. It looks like the London beheading was another hoax.


    • LC  May 23, 2013 at 10:32 am

      Yo: looks hoax:

      But wait: Some racist Brits who call themselves WHITE may have invisible blood because WHITE SKIN is actually colorless skin (it is not white) so may be their blood is also just as colorless as their skin.!!! We should Ask Charles Darwin

    • Jim Fetzer  May 23, 2013 at 10:41 am

      LC, I don’t get this post. What is your point?

    • LC  May 23, 2013 at 12:15 pm

      just kidding Doc.

      but the street picture of the dead man looks bloodless doesn’t it ?

  6. LC  May 22, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    If VT & all the U.S. veterans support Jesse Ventura for president that might bring a break:

    Jessie (The Body) Ventura is a potential solution (Bring him on VT):

    Economy 2013 Jessie Ventura Says Total US DOLLAR COLLAPSE


    & what about an Occupy D.C. buildings & lock out its Zio-Satanist spies in the USG???

    • williammartin  May 23, 2013 at 6:03 pm

      Many perhaps would support Ventura. Except the U.S. cannot afford to wait till 2016 for the real Hope of CHANGE in the White House. It should have been clear in Libya that Obama in defiance of the NDAA and Constitution was himself Arming the Enemy even as he and his teleprompter spew that the Al Qaeda was behind all those U.S. death’s.

      Libyan Rebel leader says, His fighters have Al Qaeda ties.

      If you think watching a US Supported Terrorist’s in Syria is bad, I have the video’s of these Al Qaeda forcing Gaddafi’s soldiers to eat their own or DIE!

      There should have been a call for TREASON during Libya’s invasion where the US under the premise of Humanitarian aid invades, but in Gaza does Nothing! Think of all the US Soldiers killed by the very President who ARMS them and sends hundreds of Millions to these Terrorists, while 47.8% of American’s are on Food Stamp’s and starving. But there is ALWAYS money for WAR!

      You can bet your Adelson JACKPOT that Netanyahu is refilling his ACME Marker with more Red Blood of American Boys as we speak. In 2008 when Obama’s LIES started, no one held him accountable. Then the GOP destroyed the Party with Romney. Had Ron Paul won, this wouldn’t be even taking place as THEN they would have had to listen to his GREAT foreign policy, i.e., We Walked in we can Walk out.”

      But American’s didn’t want a President who was strong on the Constitution. All they cared about was legalizing Gay’s in Marriage, Military, Spousal rights, Adoption and so on. So That is the Voice that was heard and Obama gave it to them.

    • LC  May 23, 2013 at 7:28 pm

      Great points.
      But as I recall the documentaries that I watched Ron Paul was scammed out of both races. there is no way to win for a real candidate. Only underdogs get nominated.

      this was documented long ago by a book called VoteScam.

    • williammartin  May 23, 2013 at 10:01 pm

      Perhaps, But its clear there are two types of people that wanted change.
      Those who saw the future of the political process and the road this country was on away from the Constitution.

      Then the other type who’s liberation came in another form.
      Boy Scouts Of America Ends Ban On Gay Scouts!

      Still back at square one:
      Genesis 6:5-6 (NIV)
      The Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time. The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled.

      Evil continues to rule in any case. People like Obama still believe we are hated for our “Freedom’s” Not because of what we do to others.

  7. haroldsmith  May 22, 2013 at 5:56 pm

    If only we had a real President…who could do something to stop this madness; e.g., investigate 9/11. Unfortunately though, all we have is an innocent bystander – who no doubt wishes he could do something helpful – but unfortunately finds himself paralyzed from the head down.

    On the bright side however, just think if the evil Romney had become President; why, we’d probably have a nuclear WW3 sometime in the May/June time frame, rather than the July/August time frame we may get with the innocent bystander presiding.

    Moreover, if an evil “Republican” like Romney had become President, we’d no doubt be looking at 90% extinction of all life on Earth, whereas with “Obama” innocently standing by, we may end up with a mere 85% extinction of all life on this planet.

    I don’t know about everyone else, but I know a good deal when I see it…

  8. DaveE  May 22, 2013 at 11:14 am

    It took me until about 2004 to realize Israel did 9/11, although I’m ashamed to admit it took me that long. Since then I’ve been kicked off of nearly every blog, some many times, trying to wake people up, like so many others have as well. I guess we’re going to find out very soon if there are enough Americans in Congress to defend this country from the enemy within our borders, or whether I’ve been wasting my time and the bastards won.

    Thanks for your fight, Jim. I tend not to believe that prayer changes much of anything, but I’m going to give it a try, anyway.

  9. captain obvious  May 22, 2013 at 8:16 am

    the District of Criminals by its own charter is NOT a part of the United States, it is an independant little 10 square mile city-state that does NOT represent US in any way shape or form, it needs to be denounced!

    the United NAZI-ons was formed and created nazi “Izrahell”, hard core war criminal nazi’s were brought to the USA to form the friggin CIA and NASA, was a decision by the District of Criminals too!

    DC doesnt do anything BUT practice WARFARE against the American People,
    treasonously sabotaged our real working economy with NAFTA-GATT,
    counterfeits to devaluate the currency (also a tactic of WARFARE!)
    approves poisoning our air-water-food-medicine for corporate profits (biochemical weapons!)
    passes atrocious garbage as “laws” behind closed doors, and runs PSYOPS against us.

    they dont give a flying fk about the Constitution because they arent a part of the USA at all,
    DC is a little pissant of a country residing within our borders, claiming to be legitemate authority,
    while at the same time waging WAR against US every way possible,
    and that is NOT some kind of “crazy conspiracy theory”, its the truth!

    need a little example? THE PEOPLE said HELL NO to the bankster bailouts, what’d DC do?
    dont get it yet? they cant be charged with treason, because DC is a seperate country!!
    all this crap would stop real quick if people understood this truth, DC wages war against US.

  10. LC  May 22, 2013 at 7:30 am

    How about VT putting up for ballot these New proposed U.S. Bill:

    1- Anti-treason bill against any government official (including those introducing yesterday’s bill() who side with terrorists specially the ones they call “ISREAEL” BECAUSE:

    In spite of all crimes committed under the False Terrorist Flag of Israel it should be widely known that in reality:

    NO ONE is ISRAELI & that Israeli NATIONALITY does NOT exist & has never existed. Here is the proof :

    From page 9 of Professor Israel Shahak’s book (which I have provided many times before):

    “Attempts to force the Interior Minister to allow Israelis wishing to be officially described as ‘Israeli’, or even as ‘Israeli-Jew’ in their ID cards have failed. Those who have attempted to do so have a letter from the Ministry of the Interior stating that ‘it was decided not to recognise an Israeli nationality’. The letter does not specify who made this decision or when.”

    “Jewish History, Jewish Religion, The Weight of Three Thousand Years” by Israel Shahak:

    Free book @

    2- A new U.S. Bill to officially ban all immunities to “Jewish Rabbis” or to anyone under the banner of being a Jew or Zionist because this & many other countries have been abused by their criminal abuses of governments like the ritual crime of “HOLOCAUST” or by professional exam cheatings to give unlimited number of professional licenses to “Jewish exam-cheaters” by their cheating as I reported recently in below page:


    According to this other documentary I have linked many times before on VT this banishment was because of a satanic abduction-murder-cannibalism ritual which they named: “HOLOCAUST”.

    Ritual Murder Revisited: The Hidden Cult (Full Version)


  11. Chris Natias  May 21, 2013 at 9:01 pm

    Why didn’t I read about this Senate bill on the front page of the NY Times or Washington Post? Not a serious question; I know why. Israel controls the American government by subterfuge. Jewish-controlled media purposely misinform Americans. We have no treaty with Israel, we have no common interests, unless you consider the relationship between parasite and host beneficial to the host. Having Israel as an ally has been described as similar to keeping a tapeworm as a pet. The question is what do we do about it. Can we spray Congress with an anti-parasitic? 65% of all campaign contributions to Democratic candidates come from Jewish sources. 55% of all campaign contributions to Republican candidates come from Jewish sources. No wonder McCain-Feingold was a farce. An ethnic mafia has taken over our government. I am open to suggestions on how to take it back.

  12. Preston James, Ph.D  May 21, 2013 at 7:19 pm

    Once again Jim Fetzer sets the standard for journalism on the worldwide Internet with a story that is profoundly disturbing and begs for a strong accross the board response against all the widespread mossadnik spying and their hijacking and control of almost all American communications systems and intel system. Using American soldiers as voodoo stick pins and false flag murder ops after deceiving gullible and compromised USG leaders into fighting their wars is inconceivably evil, far too evil and dark for most normal citizens to grasp. But that is what the evidence that is now coming out shows plainly.

    The American people and the American soldiers have been chumped and used as useless cannon fodder in these perpetual wars since WW2. As Heinz Kissinger, dual citizen and one of the greatest US traitors and mass murderers that ever lived, once said: “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.” This is the prevailing attitude of the Neocons toward American and American soldiers by dual citizens that hijacked American foreign policy right before 911. It’s time to bring these traitors to justice, make laws preventing them from holding any political offices and make it illegal to be a dual citizen at all. Let the massive deportations and arrests begin.

  13. LC  May 21, 2013 at 10:27 am

    actual link to below voting: http://www.niacouncil.org/site/R?i=IqKKNnMyaZlQGM_GMlaFig

  14. LC  May 21, 2013 at 10:26 am

    Vote now to Stop the Backdoor to War with Iran


  15. Eddie  May 21, 2013 at 9:14 am

    Quote of the week…

    ‘…. providing Netanyahu with refueling tankers and radar-suppressing aircraft to attack Iran (which I compare to placing a pedophile in charge of a day care center)… ‘

  16. WonderingAloud  May 21, 2013 at 8:17 am

    I’ve only recently had my eyes opened to the massive influence the Israel lobby has on U.S. policy. What Jim Fetzer writes here is the truth. American has been been, and continues to be, betrayed.

    Please also keep watch on legislation that will allow Israelis to enter the U.S. without first obtaining a VISA. Given that Israel has spied on us and is known perpetrating false flag events this is not in the US best interests.

    This bill, S. 462: United States-Israel Strategic Partnership Act of 2013, was introduced by Sen. Barbara Boxer and is gaining sponsors.

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