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By Eric Walberg
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Mar 23, 2009, 00:21

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The remarkable hegemony of Zionists in the US and, by implication, world politics continues unabated, as demonstrated starkly by the withdrawal of Chas Freeman as United States President Barack Obamas nominee to chair his National Intelligence Council (NIC).


Jews have more of a tradition of being liberals and supporting Democrats. But nowadays, more important than shades of pink are the Zionist colours one flaunts, and no US politician, left or right, dares to buck the Zionist tide. Whether or not Freeman -- or any other US public figure -- is Jewish is now a moot point. So it is not really so important to point out that Obamas closest advisers are Jewish, such as his chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, his vice presidents chief of staff, Ron Klain, senior advisor David Axelrod, and his domestic cabinet members Timothy Geithner, Lawrence Summers, Paul Volker, Peter Orszag, Jason Furman and Jamie Rubin. It is more to the point to emphasise that they are Zionists one and all, including his Catholic vice president, Joseph Biden (You dont have to be Jewish to be a Zionist), and Protestant Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.


Zionists are the essential second leg that Obama stands on, along with his imperial support. As Democratic Caucus chairman, Emanuel helped make sure that 60 percent of Democratic congressmen and virtually all the senators will continue to support the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan, with the possibility of an attack on Iran still on the table, despite that fact that 60 percent of Americans (80 percent of Demcrats) are against such policies. Emanuel served in the IDF during the 1990 Gulf war, which would have resulted in his arrest and the end of his political career if he had been involved in any other countrys war as a soldier. His father was a member of the terrorist organisation Irgun and no doubt murdered dozens of Palestinians fighting to protect their homeland. Rahm-bo also knocked on doors for AIPAC as a student in the 1980s in AIPACs successful effort to unseat former Republican Congressman Paul Findley just because he was for balance in US Middle East policy.


Jewish chutzpah celebrates the November 2008 US elections, where more Jews were elected than ever -- 10 percent of congressmen, four times their proportion in the population. This leaves aside the fact that more than 90 percent of congressmen and senators vote for all motions concerning Israel which are approved, if not formulated, by AIPAC.

The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, inspired by the Zionists and their stranglehold on politics and media, have led to mounting frustration, allowing occasional, if carefully modulated criticism to trickle down into the mainstream media. Time columnist Joe Klein, who supported Bushs war against Iraq and considers himself a strong supporter of Israel, wrote (in a lowly blog) that the fact that a great many Jewish neoconservatives -- people like Joe Lieberman and the crowd at Commentary -- plumped for this war , and now for an even more foolish assault on Iran, raised the question of divided loyalties. Within a day, Abraham Foxman, head of the Anti-Defamation League, accused Klein of espousing age-old anti-Semitic canards about a Jewish conspiracy to control and manipulate government.


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