Thursday, April 15, 2010

Serving Two Masters







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Not to outdone by the House, the U.S. Senate has 76 members sign an AIPAC approved letter to Secretary of the State of War Hillary Clinton to "to reaffirm the unbreakable bonds that tie the United States and Israel together."

The glue that holds the 'bonds' together is money, threats and blackmail. Few will dare to rock the zionist boat for fear of being thrown overboard.

Why wasn't it 100%? Well, a few always get a pass with a wink and a nod so as not to give the appearance of total subservience to the foreign agents of AIPAC and Israel. John Kerry didn't sign but there's little doubt as to his dual loyalties. Senator Feinstein is not on the list but you can be sure she was probably just unavailable as she is a staunch Zionist and war profiteer.

Congress is also being whipped into a contrived frenzy for imposing 'crippling sanctions' on Iran. 363 in the House signed another letter demanding immediate action.

Of course it's not only Congress. Al-Manar reports:
Obama Reluctant to Answer Questions on Israeli Nuclear Program!

U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday urged all countries, including Israel, to sign the international Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, or NPT.

"Whether we're talking about Israel or any other country, we think that becoming part of the NPT is important," Obama said. "And that, by the way, is not a new position. That's been a consistent position of the United States government, even prior to my administration."


"Initially you were talking about US behavior, and then suddenly we're talking about Israel. Let me talk about the United States," the president said.

“I do think that as part of the NPT, our obligation, as the largest nuclear power in the world, is to take steps to reducing our nuclear stockpile. And that's what the START treaty was about, sending a message that we are going to meet our obligation...as far as Israel goes, I'm not going to comment on their program.”

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"No man can serve two masters."

That's the way it works. By bowing to the influence of Israel, our government puts the interests of the vast majority of Americans in a far distant second place finish.

18 comments:

  1. a slave needs only one master.

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  2. When , oh when, is someone going to mention Washington's Farewell Address?

    "In the execution of such a plan, nothing is more essential than that permanent, inveterate antipathies against particular nations, and passionate attachments for others, should be excluded; and that, in place of them, just and amicable feelings towards all should be cultivated. The nation which indulges towards another a habitual hatred or a habitual fondness is in some degree a slave. It is a slave to its animosity or to its affection, either of which is sufficient to lead it astray from its duty and its interest. Antipathy in one nation against another disposes each more readily to offer insult and injury, to lay hold of slight causes of umbrage, and to be haughty and intractable, when accidental or trifling occasions of dispute occur. Hence, frequent collisions, obstinate, envenomed, and bloody contests. The nation, prompted by ill-will and resentment, sometimes impels to war the government, contrary to the best calculations of policy. The government sometimes participates in the national propensity, and adopts through passion what reason would reject; at other times it makes the animosity of the nation subservient to projects of hostility instigated by pride, ambition, and other sinister and pernicious motives. The peace often, sometimes perhaps the liberty, of nations, has been the victim.

    So likewise, a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils. Sympathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists, and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former into a participation in the quarrels and wars of the latter without adequate inducement or justification. It leads also to concessions to the favorite nation of privileges denied to others which is apt doubly to injure the nation making the concessions; by unnecessarily parting with what ought to have been retained, and by exciting jealousy, ill-will, and a disposition to retaliate, in the parties from whom equal privileges are withheld. And it gives to ambitious, corrupted, or deluded citizens (who devote themselves to the favorite nation), facility to betray or sacrifice the interests of their own country, without odium, sometimes even with popularity; gilding, with the appearances of a virtuous sense of obligation, a commendable deference for public opinion, or a laudable zeal for public good, the base or foolish compliances of ambition, corruption, or infatuation.

    As avenues to foreign influence in innumerable ways, such attachments are particularly alarming to the truly enlightened and independent patriot. How many opportunities do they afford to tamper with domestic factions, to practice the arts of seduction, to mislead public opinion, to influence or awe the public councils. Such an attachment of a small or weak towards a great and powerful nation dooms the former to be the satellite of the latter."
    (Emphasis mine)

    The man must have been psychic...or just very, very smart. And we haven't been, for allowing just such a situation to develop.

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  3. hey there Kenny. Thought you might want to read this article up on AntiWar...

    I read it this morning and it loaded up just fine but now it takes about 2 minutes for the page to load. I swear I believe they are already slowing down pageloads for stuff they don't want people to read...

    "One would expect the Air Force’s top civilian adviser to be someone who has spent some time in the US military or who has a very particular educational or skills set that brings something special to what is, after all, a very senior and sensitive position. Not so. Dr. Lani Kass, who is the senior Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force General Norton A. Schwartz, was born, raised, and educated in Israel and then served in that country’s military where she reached the rank of major."

    http://original.antiwar.com/giraldi/2010/04/14/dr-strangelove-made-in-israel/

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  4. a slave needs only one master

    Unless you're getting gang raped.

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  5. Very disturbing article Scott. I see that the post has been linked around so that may account for the slow load. Hopefully a great number of people see it. The Kass powerpoint presentation with the United States of Islam map would be accurate if zionism was used instead. She should be purged and sent back to Israel but that's not likely to happen. Your link on Goldstone also shows the power that the zionist minority has.

    Greg, your latest post also fits right in with the Giraldi article. With both the government and military infiltrated and influenced by Israel what chance for 'change' do we have.

    I'm watching a live report from a tea party rally in Atlanta and so far nothing anti-war or anti-federal reserve, certainly nothing anti-Israel. Plenty about health care and even 'fair tax' proponent signs. April 15th and most of these people don't understand that there is no constitutional basis for any tax on the workingman's labor. Many well meaning folks are being manipulated by a controlled message by infiltrators hell bent on getting the neocons back in power. The fucking two party fraud. All in power need to go.

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  6. WillyLoman.
    Why did you censor my mild, but to the point comment on your Stewart/Maddow Ingsoc, Tea parties thread? I'd really appreciate knowing as it may help with self censorship further down the line.

    Go here for truth.
    incogman.wordpress.com

    Cannibal Rabbi

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  7. willyloman.
    No answer was the bold reply.
    No more than i should have expected.

    Go here for uncensored opinion,
    http://incogman.wordpress.com/

    Kenny's sideshow.
    Respect for your site and tenacious adherence to old fashioned journalistic integrity.

    Cannibal Rabbi.

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  8. I laid out an interesting expose into the upcoming Rachel Maddow propaganda piece on Tim McVeigh... I carefully explained how this was foretold in 1984, and how their little performance was similar to the Two Minutes Hate sessions written about in that novel.

    It was a good article, well thought out and articulated as well as I am capable of writing...


    to which you added the comment... "all you had to say was they are both Jews"...

    I myself am an atheist, but my favorite aunt and uncle are both "jews"... as is Norman Finkelstein... as are most of the members of B'Tselem, End the Occupation, and Jewish Voice for Peace... just to name a very few...

    However, Dick Cheney isn't jewish, nor is Barack Obama, or Bill Clinton, or ... well, you get my point...

    I certainly know enough about AEI and PNAC and all the other duel citizens involved in all of this, as well as the make-up of the vast majority of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Bank...

    and if sometime you would like to discuss the events in Palestine both recent and even dating back to pre-1948... I would be glad to have that discussion with you someday. I might even learn something along the way...

    But what you did when you reduced the work I had done to that kind of baseline slander... it offended me. Even beyond the death threats I get or the day when the FBI went through every single post I had ever put up on my site because an ADL type in Illinois got mad when I tore up his "Blame the Palestinians for Operation Cast Lead" op ed...

    I don't know why it offended me so much. Maybe because for the first time in history we are making progress,. we are showing the world, showing Israelis, that their policies in dealing with Gaza and the West Bank are wrong. Like Finkelstein says in "This Time We Went Too Far", public opinion in Israel and the U.S. is just now starting to reflect the overwhelming consensus of the rest of the world on this matter..

    and your comment didn't serve to help that one bit. In fact, that kind of generalized slander sets us back a decade or two.

    So yes, to answer your question, I did remove that comment. However, you are not banned in anyway.

    There are a lot of good people out there who just happen to be jewish... and christian... and muslim... and so on and so on...

    There is nothing to be gained by alienating them with such a narrow focus on one element of a much larger picture.

    do you understand?

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  9. If you wish to read what I wrote that got me on some kind of watchlist... it was a response to an op ed in the Springfield Journal.

    Its on my site. just Google "The Twisted History of Mr. Sisk"...

    or here... I will make it easy...

    http://willyloman.wordpress.com/2009/03/07/the-slanted-history-of-mr-sisk/

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  10. willyloman. I fully understand what you say in defence of your actions. I myself admire the outspoken statements of Finkelstein,Gilad Atzmon etc.Barack Obama would be nowhere without jewish money or his jewish cabinet, emmanuel and so on. Or his slavering servility to the jewish aipac. You say your favourite relatives are jews. Why do you let this bias your attitude towards objective reality.
    I myself am not jewish. Am i to censor my observations to satisfy your personal pecadilloes? Deny the reality of things so as not to offend your self admitted,but not quite definable "feelings"? Why?
    It was a good article as you say. My comment as i recall was " No need to bring Orwell into it. Suffice to say, they are both jews".
    Why isn't that relevant. Why didn't you say it in your piece? Two high profile jews in the dominantly jewish media, just happen to put forth an agenda, and their jewishness is not germane to the subject? This during two wars, campaigned for, and in defence of jewish interests, while sabre rattling for a third in Iran. And this is a trifling detail?

    Rather than putting the debate back by decades, i doubt it would have had any effect whatsoever.
    What you have done of course is to discredit all your reportage hitherto. at least to me.
    I may have bias. But i'm open about it.
    You owe any unsuspecting readers more respect. Presuming you had any to begin with, they not being you "favourite aunt and uncle".

    Cannibal Rabbi

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  11. I have written for over three years on a variety of topics. Good research, good work, I think. Readers can be the judge.

    When I took the time to write all this, I had hoped in some way you would understand.

    Then I went by your website.

    That hope is no more.


    I have written about many subjects, researched and learned many things. You write about one.

    Let me put it another way. I work for the benefit of the Palestinian people in hopes that my little effort will aid their cause. I take it seriously.

    You spread bile and hate. Even your own readers spit at each other accusations on each and every thread.

    Let me make it easy for you to understand, don't spread your cancer at my site again. You serve to undermine the real cause and its obvious to some of us.

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  12. Kennys sideshow

    Are you taking a leaf from willy lomans book and refusing to put up my reply to his post?

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  13. Are you mulling it over between yourselves? What's to mull. Integrity is a one way street.

    Cannibal Rabbi

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  14. On the website i posted you wont be censored.

    Kennys Sideshow. Is that what you are? A sideshow.

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  15. Post my reply to willylomans laughable defense of his open, subjective censorship.


    0r show yourself to be' as perfidious as he.

    Cannibal Rabbi.

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  16. What are you trying to do CR? I haven't censored any of your comments. I don't even have control over them except after they show up when I can delete them but did not. I've been asleep all night.

    The one at 10:43 shows up from my end as well as the false accusations you made later on.

    If a comment is missing you can try again if you like but how about not jumping the gun and pointing fingers at me for something I didn't do.

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  17. You didn't post a "reply" on my site... you posted a pointless racial slur which had nothing to do with the article.

    I maintain on my site one rule and one rule only... no threats of violence towards other readers or people in general, AND NO POINTLESS RACIAL SLURS... those things will be removed and yours WAS removed.


    You didn't post a "reply' and that is why it was removed. Now, I can understand how confused you are about such things after looking at your own website where EVER reply is a racial slur of somekind.

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  18. "I have written about many subjects, researched and learned many things. You write about one".

    I Write about the one You attempt to conceal.

    "Let me put it another way. I work for the benefit of the Palestinian people in hopes that my little effort will aid their cause. I take it seriously".

    Put it anyway you like. You lie by omission.
    No doubt you take yourself seriously. How does the omission of pertinent fact "help" the Palestinian people?


    "You spread bile and hate. Even your own readers spit at each other accusations on each and every thread".

    I take it you are a regular reader. A big fan. If you were, you would witness free, unmoderated, debate and opinion on a variety of topics relevant to the social and political events unfolding around us. Free speech old chap. You disapprove? Not very American "American Everyman". Wouldn't you say.


    "Let me make it easy for you to understand, don't spread your cancer at my site again. You serve to undermine the real cause and its obvious to some of us."

    And the cat leaps from the bag.Who is spitting bile now?
    I'm a Taurus actually. Stubborn apparently.
    I would suggest it is you who undermines the "real cause" By your cavalier approach to the reporting of relevant fact.
    Supposing the two media shills had been rabid, Republican rednecks, and not liberal jewish purveyors of Hasbara, such as yourself? Would you have drawn attention to this? I feel certain you would have. And taken satisfaction from it. Bearing in mind the two jewish talking heads are still peddling the 911 hoax, and the lie that Bin Laden is still alive and directing operations from a cave in the middle east, i would have thought that their jewishness would have some relevance. No?
    Those some of us you refer to wouldn't be your sayanim comrades now would they?
    What happened to "Publish and be damned. though the sky should fall".

    "You didn't post a "reply" on my site... you posted a pointless racial slur which had nothing to do with the article".

    It wasn't a slur. It was a perfectly to the point and relevant observation.


    "I maintain on my site one rule and one rule only... no threats of violence towards other readers or people in general, AND NO POINTLESS RACIAL SLURS... those things will be removed and yours WAS removed".

    So you are fine with racial slurs that are on point? What kind would they be?
    Perhaps willy boy you should take up another vocation.
    Advertising.Salesman or shill, after the example of your nom de plume.
    Failing that, you could change your site name to "American Dual-citizen propagandist", or "Say what you want, but don't upset my favourite jewish Aunt or Uncle"
    Then your readers would be aware of your particular sympathies upfront, and not have to plough through your biased prose.
    TaTa.

    Kenny's Sideshow.
    Sorry about the misunderstanding,
    And thanks for the right of reply.

    Cannibal Rabbi

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