In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer (a radical Zionist Jew) on January 25, 2011 Senator Ron Paul (Tea Party’s Republican representative) said that “Reuters did a poll, and 71 percent of American people agree with me that when we’re short of money, where we can’t do the things we need to do in our country, we certainly shouldn’t be shipping the money overseas.”
When asked by Blitzer if he wanted to halt an annual $3 billion that go to Israel, Paul replied affirmatively, explaining that Egypt recieves almost the same amount. “You have to ask yourself, are we funding an arms race on both sides? I have a lot of sympathy and respect for Israel as a democratic nation, as, you know, a fountain of peace and a fountain of democracy within the Middle East. But at the same time, I don’t think funding both sides of the arm race, particularly when we have to borrow the money from China to send it to someone else. We just can’t do it anymore. The debt is all- consuming and it threatens our well-being as a country,” Paul added.
The above statement clear proves that Ron Paul is no ‘Jew hater’ or friend of Arabs – but a self-denying Crypto-Zionist like Noam Chomsky. Paul did not refute Wolf Blitzer’s lie about USAID to Israel. Israel receives annual military USAID$3 billion plus another US$3-14 billion annually in soft loans. The Christian Science Monitor (December 7, 2002) had claimed that since 1973, Israel had cost the US taxpayers US$1,600 billion – which some independent economists believe could be as high as US$3 trillion.
Egypt receives an annual US$1.5 billion in bribe since 1979 for accepting the Jewish occupation of Palestine and signing a treaty with US to protect Israeli occupation from the native Islamist resistance groups.
How ‘fountain of peace’ Zionist entity is – can be judged by its invading each and every of its Arab neighboring countries since its creation in 1948. It occupied Southern Lebanon for over 18 years until kicked-out by Hizbullah fighters in 2000. It still occupies Sheba Farm Lebanese territory and Syrian Golan Heights. It attacks Gaza Strip almost every day and threatens Lebanon, Syria and Iran constantly.
Having the facts straightened-up, I do agree with Ron Paul that the taxpayers’ money being wasted on an entity which has this great evil habbit of shooting Americans from behind - it should be used to provide the necessary medicare, education and housing to its tens of millions of US citizens who cannot afford these basic needs.
Now, here are some of the reactions to the American lawmaker who believes that American citizen’s needs have priority over the needs of non-Americans. “Senator Paul’s proposal would undermine the decades-long bipartisan consensus on U.S. support for Israel. Any erosion of support should concern Israel’s friends on both sides of the political aisle, and we call in particular on leaders and donors in Senator Paul’s party to repudiate his comments and ensure that American leadership around the world is not threatened by this irresponsible proposal,” the statement issued by Jewish lobby group, J Street, read.
National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC) President and CEO David Harris: “Paul’s suggestion is negligent, shortsighted, and just plain wrong,” adding that “foreign aid in general, and aid to Israel in particular, is crucial to Israel’s security and its pursuit of peace. Senator Paul’s statement is yet another illustration of how the Republican Party continues to grow increasingly out of touch with the values of the vast majority of the American Jewish community.”
Republican Jewish Coalition Executive Director Matthew Brooks: “we share Senator Paul’s commitment to restraining the growth of federal spending, but we reject his misguided proposal to end U.S. assistance to our ally, Israel.”
Congresswoman Nita Lowey (a Zionist Jew), member of the Appropriations Subcommittee on State and Foreign Operations and Homeland Security: “Israel is the only democratic nation in the Middle East and one of our most stalwart allies”, Lowey said. “A stable and secure Israel is in our national security interest and has been a staple of our foreign policy for more than sixty years. Using our budget deficit as a reason to abandon Israel is inexcusable. It is unclear to me whether Rand Paul speaks for the Tea Party, the Republican Party, or simply himself”.