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Jul172013

Israel

I have just added another link to my list of links. It is called Council for the National Interest. It is critical of our unrestrained support for Israel and rightly so.  I wrestle between two rather extreme positions.  Those who like AIPAC and most of Congress (Democrat and Republican) give Israel everything they want and who are deathly afraid of saying anything even slightly critical of Israel.  And then on the other side of the spectrum are those who see Zionists behind every corner and perceive the world in a Manichean manner of Good vs. Evil, with Israel (or Zionists or Jews) being the evil side. If I allow myself this perspective, I get sucked into a vortex that is all consuming and overflowing with conspiracy.  I don't like either option. But I do think there are many decisions that are NOT in the US interest, that Israel and AIPAC would like us to make. Like fighting a war with Iran, or getting too involved in the Syrian mess. We need to take two giant steps back from Israel. We need to cut back on our overflowing expenditure to both Egypt and Israel. We need to begin thinking about what is best for the United States before we worry about the interests of other countries.  Those individuals who put Israel first, perhaps should move to their favorite country and take up full residence there.  Just saying......

 

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