US Legislature Corrupted by AIPAC’s Payola

US Legislature Corrupted by AIPAC’s Payola.

Mearsheimer Article:

 Mearsheimer Video at MIT:

Persecution, Privilege,  Power  (Video):

Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict  –  (MIT Video):

 Human Rights in Israel-Palestine   –  (MIT Video)

 Israel-Palestine:  (MIT Video)

 Jerusalem Fund:


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10 Responses to “US Legislature Corrupted by AIPAC’s Payola”

  1. worzzz Says:

    Obama caves in to Netanyahu’s pressure.


    President Obama gives speech to AIPAC today 5-22-2011

    … Note: Part 2 of the speech unavailable .. see it here:

    >>> Clearly, Obama caved in to Netanyahu …. again.


    Netanyahu ‘s speech at AIPAC 5-21-11


    Protests in front of the conventions’ center, AIPAC conference


    Obama and Netanyahu: The revolutionary vs. the conservative

    Netanyahu presented the American president with his four No’s: No to a retreat to the 1967 borders, no to a retreat from the Jordan River, no to negotiations with Hamas, and no to a return of refugees to the Jewish state. …

    The prime minister came to the White House to lecture the U.S. president on 4,000 years of Jewish history ….. probably imagining himself as a modern-day Moses or Herzl. ….

    >>> endlessly milking the Holocaust


    ‘Israeli settlements – Recipe for disaster’

  2. worzzz Says:

    >>> Clearly, Obama caved in to Netanyahu …. again.

    The largest gathering in AIPAC history is happening NOW -11,000 people present. – (Little mention by our media ….)

    Netanyahu has taken on Obama three times and defeated him three times.

    “No lobby has managed to divert U.S. foreign policy as far from the American national interest… while simultaneously convincing Americans that U.S. and Israeli interests are essentially identical.”– John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt – keynote speakers at Move-Over-AIPAC.

    Few Americans are aware of the enormous influence the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) wields over U.S. foreign adventures – especially in the Middle East.


    Netanyahu Sets Limits for Obama.

    Special Report: President Barack Obama got an Oval Office lecture from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about how far Obama may deviate from Israel’s positions on Mideast peace. This public rebuke raises questions about whether Netanyahu will now try to sink Obama’s reelection the way earlier Likud leaders undermined President Jimmy Carter, reports Robert Parry…


    If Americans knew.

    Although it is not often reported by the press, a large proportion of American diplomatic and military experts have long held that U.S. support of Israel is often contrary to and, in fact, extremely damaging to U.S. Interests ….


    Americans moving over AIPAC

  3. worzzz Says:

    ‘Obama is furious with Israel, but lobby is too strong to oppose’


    Obama at AIPAC: What the Decline of American Power Means for Israel.


    AIPAC Videos & Speeches – 2011.


    ‘US lawmakers forced to support Israel’ …. AIPAC controls the funding of their elections.


    Netanyahu is not ready for any agreement, any concession, any withdrawal; as far as he’s concerned, it’s all the Land of Israel.

    … As far as he’s concerned, it’s all the Land of Israel – for both historical and security reasons. All the rest is just words. Just speeches designed to relieve some of the pressure being applied by U.S. President Barack Obama. Just bluff and deception.


    J Street, Israelis run ad urging recognition of a Palestinian state

    New York Times ad signed by Israel Prize laureates, former Knesset members, former diplomats and former defense officials, calls to establish Palestinian state on the basis of the 1967 borders.

  4. worzzz Says:

    ‘Obama furious with Israel, but lobby too strong to oppose’ – Mearsheimer


    Netanyahu wants a Palestinian quisling, not peace partner.


    … “AIPAC is an organisation that puts Israel’s interests before America’s interests. Always pushing the US for wars, using their money and influence to support Israel’s apartheid, war crimes, and violations of International law,” said Dina Kennedy of the DC chapter of the US Palestinian Community Network. “This year’s protest is by far the largest, which indicates that more and more Americans are seeing AIPAC for what it really is, un-American.” …


    Look at how women are treated by the Zionists !!

  5. worzzz Says:

    Walled: Israeli Society at an Impasse.

  6. worzzz Says:

    …. AIPAC does not preach, hector, or demand that Israel adopt specific policies of one stripe or another; instead, it scrupulously follows the lead of the sitting Israeli government. ….

  7. worzzz Says:

    AIPAC Lobbying Strategy Goes Global.

    Entire Countries, NOT Just Members of US Congress, Now Feel the Jack Boot of Israeli Pressure ….

  8. worzzz Says:

    AIPAC: A Lobby Without Parallel

    …. AARP and every other power lobby one can name (including the NRA, PhRMA, AHIP and the Chamber of Commerce) advocate for U.S. interests, as it sees them. (The AARP represents tens of millions of Americans over age 50 and the NRA represents millions of American gun enthusiasts.) AIPAC, on the other hand, gets its direction from a foreign government. If the Israeli government decides it will give up, say, downtown Hebron, AIPAC will say the same almost immediately. ….

    Criticizing Israeli policies is, thanks to AIPAC, the “new third rail” of American politics, … AIPAC is the only lobby that both Democrats and Republics fear challenging. ….

    … [AIPAC] has been extraordinarily successful at mobilizing the Jewish vote, and while it does not directly contribute to campaigns, its vast membership does. …

    … AIPAC has a “stranglehold on the US Congress” due to its ability to reward legislators and candidates who support its agenda, and to punish those opposing it. …

  9. worzzz Says:

    Israel Slap US in the Face AGAIN! and Again.

  10. worzzz Says:

    [B]Israel not committed to two-state solution: Carter[/B]

    …. “All indications to us is that this two-state solution has basically been abandoned and we’ve had a moving forward towards a ‘greater Israel’ which I think is contrary to the two-state solution concept,” Carter said. ….


    [B]Israel’s former Mossad chief urges dialogue with Iran, calls Obama policy ‘brave'[/B]


    [B]On Israel, Romney Trashes Two-State Solution[/B]


    [B]Contempt for peace [/B]

    Us Israelis show no respect for the peace treaty with Egypt or the one with Jordan, or for the Saudi peace initiative or the opportunities for peace with Syria that once existed. And we certainly show none for the possibility of peace with the Palestinians. ….

    [B]Netanyahu pledges Israel will continue building in Jerusalem.[/B]


    [B]Israel’s grand illusion on Palestinian UN recognition[/B]

    Palestine is seeking UN recognition in accordance with international law, but Israel claims that this constitutes a barrier to peace, or even “diplomatic terror.” The idea that we are supposed to get permission from our oppressor to obtain our freedom is simply absurd. …


    [B]76 Senators sign on to Israel letter[/B]

    More than three quarters of the U.S. Senate, including 38 Democrats, have signed on to a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton implicitly rebuking the Obama Administration for its confrontational stance toward Israel.

    The letter, backed by the pro-Israel group AIPAC, now has the signatures of 76 Senators and says in part:

    We recognize that our government and the Government of Israel will not always agree on particular issues in the peace process. But such differences are best resolved amicably and in a manner that befits longstanding strategic allies. We must never forget the depth and breadth of our alliance and always do our utmost to reinforce a relationship that has benefited both nations for more than six decades.

    A similar letter garnered 333 signatures in the House, and its support marks almost unified Republican support for Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, along with strong, but more divided, public Democratic discomfort with Obama’s policies in the region.

    More than three quarters of the U.S. Senate, including 38 Democrats, have signed on to a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton implicitly rebuking the Obama Administration for its confrontational stance toward Israel.

    Signatories include key Democrats like Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin, Chuck Schumer, and Robert Menendez as well as all but four Republicans, with signers including Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, John McCain, and Scott Brown.

    Majority Whip Dick Durbin, however, did not sign; nor did Foreign Relations Chairman John Kerry and ranking member Richard Lugar.

    The full Senate letter, circulated by Senators Barbara Boxer and Johnny Isakson, is here:

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