…by Jonas E. Alexis
If it was raining outside and flaming Neocon Elliott Abrams came to you and declared, “What a rainy day,” you should quickly stick your head out and double check to see if he was telling the truth. Why? Because Abrams has a history of fabricating lies, summoning hoaxes, and withholding important information.
“During investigation of the Iran-Contra Affair, Lawrence Walsh, the Independent Counsel tasked with investigating the case, prepared multiple felony counts against Abrams but never indicted him. Instead, Abrams cooperated with Walsh and entered into a plea agreement wherein he pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors of withholding information from Congress.
“He was sentenced to a $50 fine, probation for two years, and 100 hours of community service. However, Abrams was pardoned by President George H. W. Bush, in December 1992 (as he was leaving office following his loss in that year in the U.S. presidential election). On February 5, 1997, the D.C. Court of Appeals publicly censured Abrams for giving false testimony on three occasions before congressional committees.”
Abrams’ wife, Rachel, once called Palestinian children “devil’s pawn.” She did get away with this because, well, she is part of the Khazarian Mafia. These people can say some of the most disgusting things in print and the Zionist media wouldn’t dare to challenge them.
When former secretary of defense Robert Gates declared that the Israelis should not have a monopoly on the American interests in the Middle East, Abrams quickly walked to the political podium and chastised Gates for his unpardonable sin.
Abrams served in foreign policy capacities for Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush. In his book Faith or Fear, he argues that the Jewish community
“clings to what is at bottom a dark vision of America, as a land permeated with anti-Semitism and always on the verge of anti-Semitic outbursts.”
Abrams also says,
“That is what the American Jewish community aimed for, at least with regard to public life: to escape anti-Semitism by helping to create a nation where religion played a less and less important role. To avoid distinction from other citizens by diminishing the one factor that separated them from the overwhelming Christian majority.”
Well, Abrams has recently been doing just that. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has taken a stand against the Khazarian Mafia in Israel, and Abrams is not happy about that. He is mad and sad. His blood pressure is high because evangelical Christians shouldn’t resist what the Israeli regime is doing to the Palestinians. The ELCA declares in a recent document that there must be a resolution to:
“urge this church’s members, congregations, synods, agencies and presiding bishop to call on their U.S. Representatives, Senators and the Administration to take action requiring that, to continue receiving U.S. financial and military aid, Israel must comply with internationally recognized human rights standards as specified in existing U.S. law, stop settlement building and the expansion of existing settlements in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, end its occupation of Palestinian territory, and enable an independent Palestinian state; and–encourage this church’s members, congregations, synods, and agencies to call on the U.S. President to recognize the State of Palestine and not prevent the application of the State of Palestine for full membership in the United Nations.”
Abrams immediately turned into a fire-breathing dragon after reading this. The issue does not lie on Israel’s manipulation, he says, but on “extremists’ attacks, corruption and repression” on the part of the Palestinians.
Similar claims are found throughout Abrams’ book, Tested by Zion. Israel is always defending itself against terrorism, argues Abrams, and the Muslims and Arabs are almost certainly culpable.
The ELCA’s standards and requirements, Abrams says, “apply to one single country: Israel. In a world awash in repression and human rights violations, only Israel.”
Obviously this man has been out of touch with reality. It is not that evidence and resources are unavailable to him. It’s just that he only wants to hear what he wants to hear. He does not want to subordinate his will to the moral and political order. He supports the Israeli settlements, even though “15% of the West Bank settlers are American.”
So, we can ignore Abrams here. Lutherans need to continue to challenge the Khazarian Mafia in Israel and weaken their effort to manipulate political parties in America. This will certainly be a great move.
 Elliott Abrams, “Bob Gates and Israel: There He Goes Again,” Weekly Standard, October 5, 2012.
 Elliott Abrams, Faith or Fear: How Jews Can Survive in a Christian America (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997), 190.
 Ibid., 191.
 Elliott Abrams, “Why Are the Lutherans Attacking Israel Again?,” Newsweek, August 19, 2016.
 Elliott Abrams, Tested by Zion: The Bush Administration and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).
 Abrams, “Why Are the Lutherans Attacking Israel Again?,” Newsweek, August 19, 2016.
 John M. Mearsheimer and Stephn M. Walt’s book, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, has been out for years. Abrams would be one of the dumbest persons on earth if he says that he has never heard of that book.
 Elliott Abrams, “Why the Ignorant Assault upon Israeli Settlements?,” Newsweek, July 30, 2016.
 Jack Moore, “Study: 15% of West Bank Settlers Are American,” Newsweek, August 28, 2015.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.