Top US General: ‘World hate US for backing Israel’

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On July 20, 2013, Gen. James Mattis, 62, former Marine commander and head of US Central Command in Middle East, was interviewed by a panel headed by CNN’s Jewish talk-show host, Wolf Issac Blitzer. The interview was conducted alive at the Jewish-controlled Aspen Institute, Colorado. Mattis was grilled over his opinions on Iran, Syria, Iraq and the Israel-Palestine conflict.

During the hour-long interview, Mattis, who retired on June 1, 2013, was very blunt revealing US military frustrations and perspectives rarely heard from such high-ranking officials.

He warned the Zionist regime that if John Kerry’s current efforts fails, Israel will become an apartheid state in the eyes of entire world. He also said that world resentment of US support for Israel hurts America militarily throughout the region.

I paid a military-security price every day as the commander of the CentCom because the American were seen as biased in support of Israel,” said Mattis.

Mattis observation was not much different than his predecessor, as chief of CentCom, Gen. David Petreus, known as Zionism’s military poodle. As result, the Jewish lobby turned against him. In November 2012, Petraeus was forced to retired as head of CIA over a sex scandal geared by the lobby.

Gen. Mattis also warned that US military involvement in Syria would lead to “a full-throated, very, very serious war”.

We need to be very clear about our (post-Assad) military end state and political end state. Otherwise you’ll invade a country, pull down a statue, and say, ‘Now what do we do?‘” Mattis said.

Mattis said he was against “no-fly zone” over Syria or supplying (advanced) military aid to the rebels – because it wouldn’t bring down Assad regime which is supported by Syrian army, Iran and Hizbullah.

On Iran’s nuclear program, Mattis said that Iranian have the capability to produce their first nuclear bomb within a year, if country’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenie, decides to do that.

I don’t believe Iran’s leader (Ayatollah Ali Khamenei) has made the decision. If he does, I am not completely confident that we would know immediately. I don’t think we’d know right away,” Mattis said.

Mattis said ultimately, the only real resolution to Iran’s nuclear program will be a diplomatic one.

Responding to Blitzer’s question “if war on Iraq was worth it”, he said: “If Iraq, sitting in the geo-strategic center of the Middle East, continues to mature in a democratic way, then I would say yes“.

Blitzer, like many other Israel-Firsters fear that Iraq under prime minister al-Maliki has become Iran’s greatest Arab ally.

Philip Zelkow, Jewish executive director of the 9/11 Commission, told a University of Virginia audience on September 10, 2002, that Saddam Hussein was not a direct threat to the United States. “The real threat,” he argued, was “the threat against Israel”. He went on to say, “And this is the threat that dare not speak its name, because the European don’t care deeply about that threat – And the American government doesn’t want to lean too hard on it rhetorically, because it’s not a popular sell”.

Throughout his talk, Mattis championed the role diplomacy plays in military engagements throughout the world, saying “not a week went by, not a day went by when I didn’t talk to the 20-odd ambassadors in my region.”

Thomas E. Ricks, journalist and senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), a pro-Israel advocacy group, claims that “Gen. Mattis was forced out for asking tough questions on Iran,” reported by Business Insider, January 23, 2013.

Jeffrey Goldberg, former Israeli prison-guard turned journalist at The Atlantic, in an article at Jewish Bloomberg (July 25, 2013), said that though Israel is a democracy within its borders, it practice double standard in the West Bank, but their Arab neighbors – people who sometimes live mere yards away – are under military occupation, without the same rights. Is not it USrael which prop-up and support military dictators and absolute kings in the region? And what about Israel’s veteran columnist, Gideon Levi, who called Israel; a half democracy? Then Goldberg applied one of Israeli propagandists favorite lie. “The Arabs uniformly fear and loathe Iran more than they fear and loathe Israel,” he said. It seem Goldberg believes Syrian, Iraqis, Lebanese and people in Bahrain – are not Arabs!

Read some of Gen. James “Mad Dog” Mattis’ famous quotes, here.

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4 responses to “Top US General: ‘World hate US for backing Israel’

  1. By the time Israel and her bitch, the USA, get thru ‘Securing the Realm,’ the ME will be in a shambles and the wind that Israel, Britian and the USA sowed will come back with vengeance…

  2. Israel has continually sought conflict with its Arab neighbours. There are hard liners on all sides, but if Israel wants security then it has to show that it is willing to accept international law. That will mean swallowing its pride and retreating back to the 1949 border. It would then have to declare it’s recognition of the Sovereign State of Palestine, and Syria’s Golan Heights. Israel has more than enough military strength to protect itself, without going outside it’s own borders.
    The City of Jerusalem should be an international City administered by the UN. With no one having sole rights to it.

    • Israel’s friends and foes have to understand once for all that the Zionist experiment cannot survive much longer without wars and conflicts. Since its creation by the western powers, it has invaded and occupied everyone of its Arab neighbors. And there was reason for it.

      According to the founding father of Zionism Theodore Herzl, “the area of the Jewish State stretches: “From the Brook of Egypt to the Euphrates.” According to Rabbi Fischmann, “The Promised Land extends from the River of Egypt up to the Euphrates, it includes parts of Syria and Lebanon.”

      When viewed in the current context, the war on Iraq, the 2006 war on Lebanon, the 2011 war on Libya, the ongoing war on Syria, not to mention the process of regime change in Egypt, must be understood in relation to the Zionist Plan for the Middle East.

      The latter consists in weakening and eventually fracturing neighboring Arab states as part of an Israeli expansionist project.

      “Greater Israel” consists in an area extending from the Nile Valley to the Euphrates.

      The Zionist project supports the Jewish settlement movement. More broadly it involves a policy of excluding Palestinians from Palestine leading to the eventual annexation of both the West Bank and Gaza to the State of Israel.

      Greater Israel would create a number of proxy States. It would include parts of Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, the Sinai, as well as parts of Iraq and Saudi Arabia.

      Jerusalem had always been an “International City” since Muslims took control of it in 638 AD. It’s Pope John Paul II who propagated the idea of Jerusalem as “Open City” guaranteed under an international body. However, the UN Security Council under thumbs of the US, Britain and France, have always biased toward Arabs and Muslims. Ban Ki-moon is a well-known US-Israel political agent.

  3. General Mad Dog Mattis may be getting a little weak in the knees. I hear the voice of capitulation to the Indonesian Usurper.

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