Ilhan Omar vs. the Khazarian Mafia

Jimmy Carter’s former top domestic policy adviser Stuart Eizenstat: “From the New York primary [in March 1980] onward, I believe Carter was left with the view that New York Jews had not only defeated him in the primary but were also a factor in his loss in November.”

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…by Jonas E. Alexis

U.S. Representative for Minnesota’s 5th congressional district Ilhan Omar has already burst onto the political scene, and apparently ethnic cleansers like Elliott Abrams and Zionist lackeys like Alex Jones don’t like that. Jones has recently said that “Rep. Ilhan Omar literally sounds like David Duke crossed with Adolf Hitler.”

As we have said elsewhere, Abrams is a Neocon ethnic cleanser because he is always in the process of drinking the blood of people in the Middle East and elsewhere in order to perpetuate the American Empire and the Israeli ideology.

Abrams, who is “fiercely pro-Israel,”[1] told Maduro that his “time is up,” and that “There is a storm brewing inside the Maduro regime. He will not be able to weather it much longer.”[2] In other words, Abrams wants to make Maduro and the people who supported him bleed. This is completely illegal under international law, but this would not be the first time that Abrams got involved in nefarious activities. As the LA Times itself puts it:

“During the Reagan administration’s Iran-Contra scandal, which revolved around the illegal sale of arms to Iran to help support rebels trying to overthrow a leftist regime in Nicaragua, Abrams pleaded guilty to two counts of withholding information from Congress as part of a plea agreement. He was pardoned by President George H.W. Bush in 1992.”[3]

Throughout the investigation, Abrams categorically denied that the United States was involved in the Iran-Contra scandal, but he later admitted that he lied.

Abrams, who was called “Trump’s Neocon” by the Atlantic,[4] was again involved in “supplying lethal weapons to rebels in Nicaragua ‘against the will of Congress.’”[5] He also supported diabolical activities in Guatemala, a place where the C.I.A. paid “top military officers” to steal, kill, and destroy.[6] But that’s not all. Blood is all over Abrams’ hands:

In early 1982, when reports of the El Mozote massacre of hundreds of civilians by the military in El Salvador began appearing in U.S. media, Abrams told a Senate committee that the reports of hundreds of deaths at El Mozote ‘were not credible,’ and that ‘it appears to be an incident that is at least being significantly misused, at the very best, by the guerrillas.’

“The massacre had come at a time when the Reagan administration was attempting to bolster the human rights image of the Salvadoran military. Abrams implied that reports of a massacre were simply FMLN propaganda and denounced U.S. investigative reports of the massacre as misleading.

“In March 1993, the Salvadoran Truth Commission reported that over 500 civilians were ‘deliberately and systematically’ executed in El Mozote in December 1981 by forces affiliated with the Salvadoran government… An unrepentant Abrams claimed that Washington’s policy in El Salvador was a ‘fabulous achievement.’”

Here we are facing with an implicit contradiction. Trump wants to build a wall between the US and Mexico, but Trump and Abrams are creating chaos in places like Venezuela, leading more than three million Venezuelans to flee the country and “creating a refugee crisis in the region.”[7]

So where would they go when Washington and the Khazarian Bankster Cult destroyed their country? Why would Trump be complaining about immigrants coming from places like Guatemala and even Venezuela? Is he that stupid?

In any event, Ilhan Omar was right on target when she drilled Abrams about his genocidal history. In fact, as The Nation puts it, Abrams is “an actual war criminal.”[8] Abrams highly encouraged “military coup against the democratically elected government of Venezuela in 2002, poisoning the US relationship with that government once it returned to power. He also worked to subvert the results of the 2006 elections in the Palestinian territories, a move that ended up strengthening the most radical elements of Hamas and undermining—perhaps forever—the possibility of a democratic peace between Israel and the Palestinians.”[9]

Omar agrees that Israel plays a powerful role in shaping US foreign policy. She declared in 2012: “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.”[10] The Zionist world quickly went berserk, saying that Omar has revived the anti-Semitic conspiracy. But as M. J. Rosenberg himself has pointed out, the reaction to Omar’s statement

“proved her main point: The power of AIPAC over members of Congress is literally awesome, although not in a good way. Has anyone ever seen so many members of Congress, of both parties, running to the microphones and sending out press releases to denounce one first-termer for criticizing the power of… a lobby?

“Somehow, I don’t think the reaction would have been the same if she had tweeted that Congress still supports the ethanol subsidy because the American Farm Bureau and other components of the corn/ethanol lobby spend millions to keep this agribusiness bonanza going (which they do). Or that if she had opposed the ethanol subsidy, she would have been accused of hating farmers.”[11]

Rosenberg continued to argue that everyone knows that AIPAC is an entity that supports virtually “anything proposed by the Israeli government…”[12] Rosenberg was a former employee at AIPAC (from 1973 to 1975 and 1982 to 1986), and he “repeatedly and personally witnessed the whole process of funding and defunding, which is anything but a secret within the organization. Additionally, I spent close to 20 years as a legislative assistant to Democratic House and Senate members and saw AIPAC’s tactics of reward and retribution from that vantage point too.)”[13]

Rosenberg admitted: “I sat in AIPAC staff meetings at which the political director discussed whom ‘we’ would be supporting in this campaign and whom ‘we’ were going to ‘destroy’ in that one. I also sat in on meetings at AIPAC’s huge annual policy conference, attended by as many as 20,000 AIPAC members and virtually the entire Congress, at which fundraising pitches were made.”[14]

In short, Omar was not far from the truth. In fact, AIPAC was caught on tape “boasting that its money influences Washington.”[15] David Ochs, “founder of HaLev, which helps send young people to American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual conference,” admitted:

“Congressmen and senators don’t do anything unless you pressure them. They kick the can down the road, unless you pressure them, and the only way to do that is with money. So we want the Jewish community to go face to face in this small environment, 50, 30, 40 people, and say, ‘This is what’s important to us. We want to make sure that if we give you money, that you’re going to enforce the Iran deal.’ That way, when they need something from him or her, like the Iran deal, they can quickly mobilize and say look, we’ll give you 30 grand. They actually impact.”

Ochs moved on to describe how one New York hedge fund giant became one of AIPAC’s finest puppets:

“In New York, with Jeff Talpins, we don’t ask a goddamn thing about the fucking Palestinians. You know why? ’Cause it’s a tiny issue. It’s a small, insignificant issue. The big issue is Iran. We want everything focused on Iran. What happens is Jeff meets with the congressman in the back room, tells them exactly what his goals are — and by the way, Jeff Talpins is worth $250 million — basically they hand him an envelope with 20 credit cards, and say, ‘You can swipe each of these credit cards for a thousand dollars each.’”[16]

Omar again was just telling it like it is: AIPAC has a hand in which US foreign policy is loused up. This has been pointed out by black scholar Michelle Alexander in the New York Times itself. She declared unequivocally:

“Until very recently, the entire Congress has remained mostly silent on the human rights nightmare that has unfolded in the occupied territories. Our elected representatives, who operate in a political environment where Israel’s political lobby holds well-documented power, have consistently minimized and deflected criticism of the State of Israel, even as it has grown more emboldened in its occupation of Palestinian territory and adopted some practices reminiscent of apartheid in South Africa and Jim Crow segregation in the United States.

“Many civil rights activists and organizations have remained silent as well, not because they lack concern or sympathy for the Palestinian people, but because they fear loss of funding from foundations, and false charges of anti-Semitism. They worry, as I once did, that their important social justice work will be compromised or discredited by smear campaigns.

“Similarly, many students are fearful of expressing support for Palestinian rights because of the McCarthyite tactics of secret organizations like Canary Mission, which blacklists those who publicly dare to support boycotts against Israel, jeopardizing their employment prospects and future careers.”[17]

Alexander concluded by saying that we all

“must condemn Israel’s actions: unrelenting violations of international law, continued occupation of the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and Gaza, home demolitions and land confiscations. We must cry out at the treatment of Palestinians at checkpoints, the routine searches of their homes and restrictions on their movements, and the severely limited access to decent housing, schools, food, hospitals and water that many of them face.

“We must not tolerate Israel’s refusal even to discuss the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes, as prescribed by United Nations resolutions, and we ought to question the U.S. government funds that have supported multiple hostilities and thousands of civilian casualties in Gaza, as well as the $38 billion the U.S. government has pledged in military support to Israel.

“And finally, we must, with as much courage and conviction as we can muster, speak out against the system of legal discrimination that exists inside Israel, a system complete with, according to Adalah, the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, more than 50 laws that discriminate against Palestinians — such as the new nation-state law that says explicitly that only Jewish Israelis have the right of self-determination in Israel, ignoring the rights of the Arab minority that makes up 21 percent of the population.”[18]

I am in complete agreement here. Even former president Jimmy Carter admitted that taking on the Israel lobby politically cost him much. Carter’s former top domestic policy adviser Stuart Eizenstat, who is also part of the Israel lobby, has recently written: “From the New York primary [in March 1980] onward, I believe Carter was left with the view that New York Jews had not only defeated him in the primary but were also a factor in his loss in November.” Why?

Well, Carter challenged the establishment with respect to the Israeli settlements, which he saw as a stumbling block to peace in the Middle East. Eizenstat continued to say:

“[There is a] special triangular relationship among Israel, the America Jewish leadership and the Congress… effectively applying pressure on the presidency to modify U.S. policy to Israel’s benefit. This is unique in the annals of diplomacy. There are other countries, such as Britain, that have a favored relationship with the United States but exert their influence through traditional diplomacy rather than relying heavily on a domestic American constituency and lobbying Congress.

“For a vulnerable, small country like Israel, surrounded by enemies, perfecting this unusual brand of political diplomacy was essential. While it existed to a limited degree before the Carter administration, it was honed to much greater use during our term in office. Since then it has only grown in dimension and intensity to be one of Washington’s most effective lobbies. Carter was to discover this through painful experience.”

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So, was Omar wrong? Well, let us bring in Benjamin Netanyahu himself. He declared back in 2001: “I know what America is. America is a thing you can move very easily, move it in the right direction.”[19] Doesn’t that mean that this man has had and continues to have tremendous power over leaders in Washington? Does anyone with an ounce of common sense doubt this?

But since Omar seems to fear the Zionist establishment and the Khazarian Mafia, she had to apologize for her unpardonable sin. She declared:

Anti-Semitism is real and I am grateful for Jewish allies and colleagues who are educating me on the painful history of anti-Semitic tropes. My intention is never to offend my constituents or Jewish Americans as a whole. We have to always be willing to step back and think through criticism, just as I expect people to hear me when others attack me for my identity. This is why I unequivocally apologize. At the same time, I reaffirm the problematic role of lobbyists in our politics, whether it be AIPAC, the NRA or the fossil fuel industry. It’s gone on too long and we must be willing to address it.”

Still, Zionist establishment said that Omar’s apology is insincere and that she should have done more. They could not believe that she added that there is a “problematic role of lobbyists in our politics, whether it be AIPAC, the NRA or the fossil fuel industry.” The NRA didn’t object to her criticism; the fossil fuel industry stayed silent. But the establishment?

Well, Omar got their blood boiled. She is still an unrepentant anti-Semite, they seem to say. But as the Jewish Telegraphic Agency itself has pointed out, the interesting thing is that Omar’s opponents are cashing in on her statement.[20]


  • [1] Anne Gearan, “Neocon and Iran-contra figure Elliott Abrams in line for State Department job,” Washington Post, February 9, 2017.
  • [2] Tracy Wilkinson, “Elliott Abrams, U.S. envoy for Venezuela, faces combative House hearing as policy stalls,” LA Times, February 13, 2019.
  • [3] Ibid.
  • [4] David A. Graham, “Trump’s Neocon?,” Atlantic, February 6, 2019.
  • [5] Wilkinson, “Elliott Abrams, U.S. envoy for Venezuela, faces combative House hearing as policy stalls,” LA Times, February 13, 2019.
  • [6] Elisabeth Malkin, “Trial on Guatemalan Civil War Carnage Leaves Out U.S. Role,” NY Times, March 16, 2013; Kate Doyle, “Guatemala’s Genocide on Trial,” The Nation, May 22, 2013.
  • [7] Wilkinson, “Elliott Abrams, U.S. envoy for Venezuela, faces combative House hearing as policy stalls,” LA Times, February 13, 2019.
  • [8] Eric Alterman, “An Actual American War Criminal May Become Our Second-Ranking Diplomat,” The Nation, February 2, 2017.
  • [9] Ibid.
  • [10] “Woman running for Congress in Minnesota rejects anti-Semitism accusations,” Times of Israel, January 17, 2018.
  • [11] M. J. Rosenberg, “This Is How AIPAC Really Works,” The Nation, February 15, 2019.
  • [12] Ibid.
  • [13] Ibid.
  • [14] Ibid.
  • [15] Ryan Grim, “Pro-Israel Lobby Caught on Tape Boasting That Its Money Influences Washington,” The Intercept, February 12, 2019.
  • [16] Ibid.
  • [17] Michelle Alexander, “Time to Break the Silence on Palestine,” NY Times, January 19, 2019.
  • [18] Ibid.
  • [19] “Netanyahu In 2001: ‘America Is A Thing You Can Move Very Easily,’” Huffington Post, May 25, 2011.
  • [20] Ben Sales, “Ilhan Omar — and her opponents — are raising money off her AIPAC tweet scandal,” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, February 14, 2019.



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  1. I agree, I am also SICK of the cancerous parasite known as Israel, But we have to keep exposing them on every front to hopefully wake up enough Americans to actually do something about it. we all know how close Kushner is to natanyahoo as perhaps Trump is., So in my opinion I feel we have a long way to go to finally obsolete this corporate government and return the unincorporated American government back to the American people.

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