On Monday, former US secretary of state, James Baker, 85, was the keynote speaker at J Street, an Israel lobby group’s fifth annual conference in Washington DC. A third of 3000 people who attended the conference were young Jews, who applauded Baker repeatedly, just like they did during Netanyahu’s speech at AIPAC conference in March 2015 and a year before.
The powerful AIPAC Jewish lobby and other Israeli moles in the US are very angry at J Street for honoring Jim Baker. They have accused Baker and his boss, then-president George H. W. Bush Sr. of “standing up to Israel”.
Israeli Mossad failed in its attempt to assassinate president Bush during his visit to Kuwait in 1991.
James Baker, an evangelic Christian, is also being accused of “cursing his parents” and saying “F**k Jews”, and “friendly” with PLO chairman Yasser Arafat who was poisoned by Israeli Mossad agents in Paris in 2004.
The Republican radio talk show host, Mark Levin, spits his Talmudic hatred, by saying: “James Baker much like Barack Obama, has always had a hate on for Israel.”
Another example of how the patriotism of American leaders is judged – not being loyal to the United States, but to a foreign entity (Israel).
James Baker, who also served US secretary of Treasury under president Ronald Reagan, is a hardcore Republican, who are known for their hatred toward Muslims and their blind support for the Zionist entity. Currently, he is one of advisers to Jeb Bush, a known Islamophobe, who is waxing his wings for the 2016 presidential hopeful. Jeb Bush’s “faith adviser”, Rev. Jordan Sekulow, is aggressively anti-Islam. Sekulow vociferously opposed the so-called Ground Zero Mosque.
Interestingly, a 2014 study by the FBI of active shooters in the US found that over a 13-year period, more than 11 shootings per year on average took place, mostly at the hands of non-Muslim Americans.
Earlier this month, during a talk at CNN, James Baker, claimed that political bickering between Washington and Tel Aviv has never effected Washington’s pro-Israel policy. He said that in 1990, he as head of US State Department barred Benjamin Netanyahu, then deputy foreign minister, from entering the building as result of Netanyahu’s claim that “the US policies in the Middle East are based on lies and distortions.”
“Jeb Bush distanced himself Tuesday from James Baker, who is advising him on foreign policy, after the former secretary of state directed criticism at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,” wrote James Hohmann at Jewish Politico website on March 24.
J Street unlike AIPAC supports Obama’s two-state carrot to Palestinians, but is against America’s proxy war for Israel against Iran. However, both groups are united on the myth that Bible’s G-d promised Jews the Holy Land.