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I pose this question: how many Senators and Congressmen in the US have duel citizenship with Israel?
I ask because, to me, there must be some driving force behind the US governments Middle East policies. More than can perhaps be explained than the largest lobby in Washington.
For the United States to base all its Middle East policy on the protection of Israel, seems excessive to the point of radical.
To say the policy is about the need for oil is a crock. The US could easily buy more than enough oil for its needs, outside of the Middle East, Canada and Mexico are already 2 of the 3 biggest suppliers to the US.
To say that the policy is about control of nuclear weapons, also seems like a crock.
The “fairy tale” goes that if some of these Middle Eastern countries were to acquire nuclear weapons, they could sell them to terrorists.
Let’s face it, Israel is responsible for more terrorist acts [bombings and killings outside of their own country] than any other Middle East country and America GAVE it nuclear weapons.
If a country like Iran did develop nuclear weapons, they still do not have the capability to use them to strike the US and if they had, they know it would create a response that would annihilate them. They also know that to use them against Israel would bring a similar response. So what is all the fuss about?
The fact is that they do not want them as a first strike weapon, they want them as a deterrent from Israel using them as a first strike. It is Israel that has broken and ignored more United Nations resolutions than any other country. It is Israel that has shown the least regard for other countries concerns, even America’s.
It is Israel that takes covert actions, such as assassinations and bombings, posed as CIA agents, creating hatred towards the US.
As for terrorists acquiring nuclear grade material: the US has already “misplaced” enough to arm all the terrorist groups. Even the break up of the Soviet Union probably caused less “misplaced” material.
How far back do these losses go? Remember it was the US that first armed Al Qaida and the Taliban.
- Who is Manipulating the United States?
Is the US being manipulated into its Middle Eastern policies? If so, then by who, how and why?
It would seem that somebody somewhere is provoking a war between the West and the Middle East.
The dethroning of the dictators in Egypt, Libya and possibly Syria are leading to more radical Islamic leaderships creating more “logs for the fire”.
Who stands to gain?
Israel would be the immediate and first answer. However there could be one other. The wealthy elitists who secretly control the US government may be seeking more power by controlling all the major oil fields.
I wonder how many of these elitists also have duel citizenship.
- World War 111
Will the Disagreements in the Middle East, signify the start to WW111. Who would be the players and why?
- Is the War, on Terrorists or Terror?
We are told that we are winning the war on terror. Is this true? What will define success and is it possible to have two winners?
- Who is the Terrorist?
Why is it when the US is trying to fight a war on terror, they are themselves using terror tactics? Who is and what should be done about it?
- Are Nuclear Weapons, Deterrents?
We are told that countries have nuclear weapons as deterrents only. Is this true? If this is true, then why are we creating the needs for more countries to acquire their own deterrents?