Liberating America From Israel By Former Congressman Paul Findley
Nine-eleven would not have occurred if the U.S. government had refused to help Israel humiliate and destroy Palestinian society. Few express this
conclusion publicly, but many believe it is the truth. I believe the catastrophe could have been prevented if any U.S. president during the past 35
years had had the courage and wisdom to suspend all U.S. aid until Israel withdrew from the Arab land seized in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.
The U.S. lobby for Israel is powerful and intimidating, but any determined president - even President Bush this very day - could prevail and win
overwhelming public support for the suspension of aid by laying these facts before the American people:
Mr. Paul Findley, who served as a Republican congressman from Illinois for 22 years, is the author of 'They Dare to Speak Out' and a member of the
American Educational Trust's Foreign Relations Committee
How Dare You speak out against Israel, you filthy anti-semetic gentile! The Isreali nation is chosen by god to be above and beyond international
scrutiny, which is why the major media in the US, the federal reserve system, and our foreign policies must be owned and operated by pro-israeli
interests. It is also why we have to pay them this... www.abovetopsecret.com...
It's ok for Isreal to have nukes and violate UN resolution after UN resolution, and it's ok for them to commit atrocities against the pallestinians,
because god chose them...
There you go, guys, don't let facts and history get in the way of your blind hatred! If you really feel for the Palestinians, maybe you should
really look at what has happened, what put the "Palestinians" in this predicament and look at who put them there and why. You'll see that it was
not Israel, and you'll see it isn't Israel who who help them.
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