February 13, 2019
Let us remember: the only thing this Moslem bitch did was say that AIPAC exists. In fact, her tweet was simply “AIPAC!” in response to someone who asked what Israeli activist group funds politicians.
AIPAC absolutely does exist. It is a Jewish lobbying group that gives money to politicians. The purpose of a lobbying group is to influence politics.
It is insane to watch them attack her for simply communicating: “there is a lobbying group that lobbies for Israeli interests and this affects the outcome of American politics.” Because no one debates that fact. At least no one did before she said it.
Remember when the Jews were trying to bully Obama into getting deeper into the Syria fiasco?
A headline in Reuters read: “AIPAC to Deploy Hundreds of Lobbyists to Push for Syria Action.”
If AIPAC is not a political lobbying group that seeks to influence American politics in a way that is beneficial to Israel, then what exactly are they?
Does the organization actually exist, or is it an anti-Semitic canard?
Trump has now come out to condemn Ilhan for bringing up this apparently extremely uncomfortable subject.
President Trump on Tuesday called on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) to resign for comments on Israel that were criticized as anti-Semitic.
“I think she should either resign from Congress or she should certainly resign from the House Foreign Affairs Committee,” Trump said of the freshman lawmaker.
Omar apologized on Monday for suggesting that U.S. support for a Jewish state is the result of money flowing from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), an influential pro-Israel lobbying group.
The comments were quickly condemned by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and other Democratic leaders. But House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) told Roll Call that Omar would not be stripped of her committee assignments.
The president said Omar’s comments are “deep seated in her heart” and called her apology “lame.”
Trump was similarly critical of Omar on Monday night but had stopped short of calling on the congresswoman to step down.
“I think she should be ashamed of herself,” Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One.
Asked at the time what an appropriate response would be for Omar, Trump said, “She knows what to say.”
Omar prompted criticism from members of both major parties on Sunday evening when she retweeted journalist Glenn Greenwald’s response to a story about House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) promising “action” toward the Minnesota lawmaker and Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) over their alleged anti-Semitism.
She captioned that retweet with the message, “It’s all about the Benjamins baby,” referring to money.
Asked who she “thinks is paying American politicians to be pro-Israel,” Omar replied “AIPAC!” referencing the pro-Israel lobbying group.
The comments were quickly condemned by Pelosi and other Democratic leaders, who called her use of anti-Semitic tropes “deeply offensive.”
Again. What is an “anti-Semitic trope”?
AIPAC does exist. You can go to their website and read about their various agendas.
In case you don’t have time, let me just post a screenshot of the “Issues” section of their website:
This is not a conspiracy theory.
I don’t really understand what a “trope” is in this context, so maybe it is a trope. The point is, it is factually accurate to say this organization exists.
It is a political lobbying group, run by American Jews.
In case we’re not clear, this is the definition of “lobbying” from the Encyclopedia Britannica:
Lobbying, any attempt by individuals or private interest groups to influence the decisions of government; in its original meaning it referred to efforts to influence the votes of legislators, generally in the lobby outside the legislative chamber. Lobbying in some form is inevitable in any political system.
It is called lobbying because they hang out in the lobbies of government buildings and try to convince politicians to do things for them.
There is a round-about way in which AIPAC gets money to Congresspeople. Basically, they serve as a middleman to connect them to Jewish donors. It is all open and public, and not particularly complicated.
If you want to know more about the details, read this excerpt from Foreign Policy Journal:
AIPAC itself does not make political contributions and is in fact legally prohibited from doing so. Instead it uses its considerable resources ($3 million annual lobbying budget) to link current and aspiring members of Congress with pro-Israel donors. AIPAC’s projection of invincibility encourages political candidates and officeholders to accept pro-Israel contributions or risk seeing those funds go to their opponents. For example, former Congressman Paul Findley and former Senator Charles Percy lost their seats for failure to adhere to the AIPAC line.
The AIPAC-led pro-Israel lobby is probably the strongest, best organized and most effective lobby network in Washington DC. For the 2015-2016 election cycle, the pro-Israel network has already dispensed $4,255,136 in contributions. The largest single amount ($259,688) went to Senator Charles Schumer of New York.
Among interest groups that lobby on behalf of a foreign government, none ranks higher in contributions to members of Congress than the pro-Israel lobby.
To illustrate how such contributions influence legislative action, take two pro-Israel bills introduced on February 10, 2016, one in the House and one in the Senate, both with the title: “Combatting BDS Act of 2016.” H.R.4514, introduced by Illinois Congressman Bob Dold, has 22 cosponsors; of those 23 members, 12 receive 2016 pro-Israel lobby contributions averaging $23K. S. 2531, introduced by Senator Mark Kirk of Illinois, has 17 cosponsors; of the 18 cosponsors, 15 receive 2016 pro-Israel lobby contributions that average $60K.
Several of those members of Congress who cosponsored the pro-Israel bill, but without 2016 contributions, received substantial gift money during the six years period 2009-2015. A maplight.org table shows that among House bill sponsors Bob Dold (who introduced the bill) received $118K; Kathleen Rice $49K; Jackie Walorski $46K; Doug Lamborn $37K, Trent Franks 19K; and Steve Stivers $9K. Among Senate bill sponsors, Joe Manchin received $122K; Orin Hatch $92K; Ben Cardin $241K; and Dean Heller $71K. In sum, all of the Senate cosponsors and all but three of the House cosponsors are pro-Israel lobby recipients.
Israel gains additional paid support from Lobby-financed junkets for Congressional members and staff. See my earlier article entitled “Ethics and Apartheid: How Israel Junkets Undermine U.S. Democracy,” Foreign Policy Journal, February 2, 2016.
Beyond this, everyone in Congress knows that Jews control the media and a wide range of other institutions in this country (virtually of them, in fact), and that if they do not support the AIPAC agenda, the power of these institutions will be unleashed on them.
The goal of AIPAC is to change American foreign policy – and domestic policy, when it comes to BDS – in ways that benefit the state of Israel. What benefits the state of Israel often (or perhaps always) harms other nations, as was the case in the above mentioned instance when they were calling for a ground invasion of Syria to assist ISIS in overthrowing Assad.
None of this is a secret, none of it is controversial. That is why you have people saying simply “shut it down” in response to Omar. Because what else can they say? The Jews control the media, so they prevent the issue of AIPAC’s influence on the American political system from ever becoming a topic of discussion. When someone forces it as a topic of discussion, they have no choice but to simply demand that individual be silenced.
And they all come out of the woodwork to do it all at once in a staggering fashion.
Of Course Donald Trump
To be clear, even if I wasn’t extremely unsatisfied with Trump right now, even if he was doing everything I wanted on the wall and stopping the wars, I wouldn’t expect him to come out with some kind of anti-AIPAC position. That is asking for a little bit too much at this point.
However, it is certainly worth pointing out the one time when Donald Trump agrees with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. Because this agreement appears to indicate that the entire American political system is totally controlled by Jews.
Obviously, if we take it a step further, it was lobbying by Jewish groups that got Ilhan Omar into the United States. It was Jews who forced through the 1965 immigration act, and then it was Jews who lobbied for all of these “refugee” programs, one of which is responsible for the presence of Ilhan Omar in our country.
And she supports all of these various Jewish agendas associated with the Democrat Party. So even the political actor calling out the Jews directly is a part of the Jewish agenda.
That is how absolutely kiked America is.
The absolute state.