Interesting political view
Apr 23, 2012
BRICK, N.J., April 16 (UPI) -- The decision to place one or the other of the candidates in the Oval Office this election will have immense, perhaps dire consequence. The wrong choice can send us off to a great conflagration that could decide the ruination of the Middle East, Israel and perhaps the West....
Israel's survival depends on the elimination of Iran and Iran's surrogates given the forces prepared to assemble and wage war with Israel. U.S. support in such a war is absolutely necessary for Israel to have any hope. And if Israel faces destruction it will certainly use its extensive arsenal of nuclear weapons to survive.
What that can mean for the Middle East and North Africa, as well as the entire planet, is the potential of worldwide nuclear contamination.
Israel's tactic to convince the United States to support a war with Iran is now demonstrated by the sudden influx of money into Republican candidates presidential campaigns. Sheldon Adelson, a billionaire supporter of Israel, provided millions of dollars to Newt Gingrich's campaign only for his false statement that the Palestinians were an invented people.
That kind of money from Adelson and other very wealthy supporters of Israel will now be made available to the presumptive Republican nominee, Mitt Romney.
U.S. President Barack Obama has proven to be resistant to Israel's plans to eliminate Iran....
COMMENT: There are many policies pushed by both of the major political parties, which I would oppose. But it is becoming increasingly clear that Obama's reluctance to "eliminate Iran" (i.e., attack and destroy them) is the real reason behind the attacks on Obama.
His faults would not be emphasized in the press if it were not for this issue. The Israeli lobby in America is increasingly funding the opposition to Obama. What I find interesting is that the Israeli lobby does not speak for the majority of America's Jews, who are largely non-Zionist. Obama still enjoys considerable support from them.
A recent article came out saying:
"About three out of four American Jews voted Democratic in 2008," Wald said. "Something relatively similar is likely to occur in 2012."
Jews also expressed a strong preference for diplomacy over military approaches in U.S. foreign policy, preferring diplomatic means by a more than two-to-one margin. But there are significant partisan differences on this issue, with 81 percent of Jewish Democrats choosing diplomatic tactics, compared to 35 percent of Jewish Republicans."
In other words, most American Jews support the Democratic Party, while Zionist Jews are funding the Republican candidates and are stirring up the Christians against the Democrats.
Many Christians have been led to believe that their support of Zionism is Jewish support. In fact, they are supporting only a small but powerful faction of Jews. If they were truly pro-Jewish as they claim, perhaps they should support the majority of Jews.
Just a thought. With a little salsa.
Dr. Stephen Jones