The GOP presidential hopeful, Rep. Ron Paul, has angered pro-Israel lobby groups once again by challenging the H.R. 4133. On May 9, 2012, he opposed the bill in the House as it’s in the interest of Israel’s military expansionism rather than the interests of the United States in the Middle East.
“This bill will not help the United States, it will not help Israel, and it will not help the Middle East. It will implicitly authorize much more US interventionism in the region at the time when we cannot afford the foreign committments we already have. It more likely will lead to war against Syria, Iran, or both. I urged my collegues to vote against this bill“.
The H.R. 4133 – ‘United States-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act ‘- was introduced on May 5, 2012 by three Israel-Firster Jewish lawmakers, Eric Cantor, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Howard Berman and Steny Hoyer. The bill provides Israel with a blank check drawn on the US taxpayer to maintain its “qualitative military superiority” over all of its neighbors combined. The bill was passed on May 9 through on a “suspension of the rules,” which means it was not actually voted on and was approved by consent of Congress. The bill is now waiting for the Senate’s approval and blessed by Israel-Firster, President Barack Obama.
On Monday, in order to show Republican party’s holy alligiance to the Zionist entity, Mormon Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon (R-California) proposed an additional $1 billion aid to Israel to upgrade its missile defense against Hizbullah, Hamas and Iran. Israel already receives $3 billion annual US military aid.
“Israel and its partisan hacks in Congress are utterly shameless. At a time when the country is screaming for some measure of restraint in government spending, Israel is the one budget line that only sees increases,” says Philip Giraldi, executive director of Council for the National Interest.
Last year, Ron Paul’s former senior Jewish aide, Eric Dondero , in a statement claimed that Ron Paul is certainly not a Jew-hater (anti-Semite) or racist or even anti-gay, but just “anti-Israel in general“. Paul’s views on Israel are that the Zionist entity has the strongest military in the region and can protect its existence with American help.
In February 2011, Israel’s Jewish propagandist, David Horowitz, called Rep. Ron Paul vicious anti-Semite for Paul’s calling freeze on US aid to Israel ($3 trillion since 1970s). Another Israeli lobbist, head of ADL, Abraham Foxman, is also on record for saying that Ron Paul is the only presidential hopeful who doesn’t take dictation from Israel lobby groups.