Jonathan Pollard, the man who has been called “one of the worst traitors of the 20th century,” has a message for Israeli spies like him. Pollard agrees that Israelis in the US will always have “dual loyalty.” In other words, they will always be traitors, spies, liars, deceivers, extortionists, con artists, and double agents.
Pollard said to those who have accused him and Jews of having dual royalties: “If you don’t like the accusation of double loyalty, then go the fuck home.” Pollard continued to say:
What would Pollard say to a young US Jew working in the American security?
“I’d tell him, not doing anything is unacceptable. So simply going home [to Israel] is not acceptable. Making aliyah is not acceptable,” Pollard said. “You have to make a decision whether your concern for Israel and loyalty to Israel and loyalty to your fellow Jews is more important than your life.
“If you do nothing, and you turn your back, or simply make aliyah, and go on with your life, you’ll be no better than those Jews who before and after the destruction of the Temple said, ‘It’s not my responsibility.”
Why would he even bring the destruction of the Temple to this question? Doesn’t that imply that people like Pollard are aware of the two-thousand-year struggle between Logos and anti-Logos?
One should also be asked: where is the Zionist media, the very powerful superstructure that seeks to literally demonize and de-platform anyone who would even dare to repeat what Pollard said? Is Pollard an anti-Semite? If not, then why wouldn’t the media apply the same rule everywhere? Isn’t that bias in itself?
 Fred Kaplan, “Just Punishment,” Slate, July 29, 2015; see also the article we have written on Pollard: https://www.veteranstoday.com/2021/01/05/lets-remove-israel-from-american-politics/.
 “Pollard claims Jews ‘will always have dual loyalty,’ whether they know it or not,” Times of Israel, March 21, 2021.
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.