posted on Oct, 20 2009 @ 10:10 AM
Its pretty clear we have a huge problem with Israeli spies here in the United States. Isn't it funny that just the other day another member was
commenting that statement is an exageration and not even 24 hours later yet someone else is arrested for spying for Israel?
Part of the problem seems to be the myth that Israel lives in some kind of sea of hostility and despite running an aparthied state is the only secular
democracy in the Middle East and must spy and steal from it's friends to combat the enemies it spies and steals from too.
It's crazy thinking I will grant you that they deserve that kind of consideration that allows their state's criminal actions to be dismissed time
and time again in far too many American's minds as harmless.
Of course it's anything but harmless to the companies that loose revenue because of infringed on patents and copy rights, and our own security and
other nation's security is compromised by a nation that has all the morals of an alley cat.
With so many U.S. Government Officials, members of the Judiciary and Law Enforcement being either dual Israeli/USA Citizens or having some kind or
religious or romantic attachment to the Israeli State it's a very difficult problem to get a handle on, especially with the propaganda spin Israel
churns out 24/7/365 to confuse and intimidate people.
Like most Middle Eastern Nations Israel likes to practice the not always so subtle art of brinksmanship. Like all nations who practice pushing things
to the edge and the limit eventually they will go over it. Like all nations who eventually go over the edge they won't be prepared for the terrible
consequences of that. I doubt Sadaam Hussein enjoyed swinging from the gallows pole. We need to start executing guys like Pollard once convicted as a
deterent to this spying. Too many of them get off with a slap on the wrist or a fine. That hardly acts as a deterent.
The U.S. needs to completely overhaul and reform its relationship with Israel and the sooner the better.