15 December, 2006

Baker and the Jews

Posted by alex in AIPAC, jewed foreign policy at 2:09 am | Permanent Link

Baker increasingly distinguishes himself in standing up for America against the hate jews who use us. This has driven the kikes and the appeasers into paroxysms. They do not like it when the Judenaparat running our state is exposed, let alone rebuffed. “Fuck the jews” – funny how one simple sentence of truth, edged with anger, is never forgotten by the jews, even if every other thing you did supported them. There’s a lesson there. The jews are our enemies, yesterday and tomorrow. NO JEWS. JUST RIGHT.

“Self-serving hands of the Israeli Lobby”

“Bush: deceived and manipulated”

December 14, 2006
Is James Baker a Match
for AIPAC?
by Paul Craig Roberts

The report by the Iraq Study Group is an attempt by elder statesmen of the American political establishment to take U.S. foreign policy out of the incompetent hands of President Bush and the self-serving hands of the Israeli Lobby. The Iraq Study Group’s effort may or may not succeed.Others have expressed disappointment that the ISG elder statesmen did not call for Bush’s impeachment and immediate withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Iraq. Such wishful thinking caused writers to pour cold water over the establishment’s attempt to save Bush and the U.S. from a “grave and deteriorating” situation.

Even war critic Pat Buchanan is dismissive of the ISG report. Buchanan, however, comes closer to the truth than the report’s other critics when he writes that the purpose of the report is to save the establishment from any responsibility for the debacle that Bush and his neoconservative government have produced.

The Iraq Study Group, which includes Bush’s new secretary of defense, Robert Gates, realizes that far from being the macho superpower that controls the world’s destiny, the U.S. does not even control its own destiny. The U.S. is in a “grave and deteriorating” situation that can easily result in a far greater calamity than merely a bruised ego from a lost war. The entire Middle East can come undone.

The real problem is the Israeli Lobby’s powerful influence – about which the Lobby brags – over U.S. policy in the Middle East and Israel’s inflexibility toward the Palestinians, whose land Israel has stolen. As long as Israel exercises a veto over U.S. policy in the Middle East, the powder keg will remain alight.

The members of the ISG are elder statesmen. They have held high positions and accumulated the honors. Their careers are behind them. They have nothing to lose. They can afford to tell the truth and to address the real problem.

If news reports are correct (see, for example, this), former Secretary of State James Baker has proposed a Middle East peace conference without Israeli participation. According to an official quoted by Insight magazine, “As Baker sees this, the conference would provide a unique opportunity for the United States to strike a deal without Jewish pressure. This has become the hottest proposal examined by the foreign policy people over the last month.”

According to Insight, “officials said the Baker proposal to exclude Israel garnered support in the wake of Vice President Dick Cheney’s visit to Saudi Arabia on Nov. 25. They said Mr. Cheney spent most of his meetings listening to Saudi warnings that Israel, rather than Iran, is the leading cause of instability in the Middle East.” The official told Insight that the administration “has fallen in line,” but that “Bush is not in the daily loop. He is shocked by the elections and he’s hoping for a miracle on Iraq.”

President Bush lacks the knowledge, judgment, and experience to be in the Oval Office. He has been deceived and manipulated by neoconservatives who live in the fantasy world of their own ideology and who have been aligned with Israel’s right-wing Likud Party for most of their careers.

The neoconservatives put Bush and the U.S., along with Iraqis, Afghans, and Lebanese, in harm’s way. Their fantasy enterprise failed, and now they damn Bush for a lost war that they said would be a cakewalk. Neoconservatives told Bush that U.S. troops would have flowers thrown at them, not bombs.

Many neoconservatives have been cleared out of the Bush administration. But other neoconservatives still occupy media positions, which they will continue to use to lie to the American public. As long as the neoconservatives’ protector, Vice President Cheney, continues to have influence, the Israeli Lobby might again succeed in overthrowing American public opinion and win its war against the Iraq Study Group.

http://www.antiwar.com/roberts/?articleid=10160


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  7. 3 Responses to “Baker and the Jews”

    1. zoomcopter Says:

      Actually, the longer we stay in Iraq, the more Americans will finally see thru the charade. More and more people are realising that Israel is the main reason we are mired in Iraq. Once the tide of opinion has turned, it will be common knowledge that our “brave little friend” in Israel is, in fact, a treacherous snake which has poisoned us to the tune of a trillion dollars and thousands of American lives.

    2. Jim Says:

      Each day in Iraq brings the JewSA closer to collapse. What we need is a stunning defeat followed by an economic disaster. Perhaps that will wake up the lamest brain among us. Pogroms to then ensue.

    3. van helsing Says:

      Baker aint no saint.

      But he gave one of the clssis admirable quotes when asked bacj in 92,,, what about getting help from the yahoodi to releect the sushi vomiter.

      “Who cares about the jews – they dont vote for us anyway!”

      He aint no saint, but he might just be fed up all over again. About time.