On February 7, 2014, Israel newspaper, YNet, reported that American Jewish oligarchs donate more than $2 billion to Israel each year.
All 2016 US presidential hopeful (GOP: 17 – Democrat: 5) are blind supporters of Israel, anti-Iran and anti-Muslims (here).
The White House, US Congress, Supreme Court, CIA, FBI, mass media, Hollywood, police departments, and Federal Reserve are all controlled by Israel’s loyalists.
America happens to be home to the largest Israeli espionage network – not to mention thousands of Jewish Sayanim, majority of whom hold US-Israel citizenship.
Despite John Kerry’s repeated condemnation of new illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank and the occupied East Jerusalem, Israeli media reported yesterday that Americans have been donating $200 million/year for the construction of those settlements.
Last week, Austrian vice-Chancellor Reinhold Mitterlehner cancelled trip to Israel, because the Zionist regime wanted him to attend an official meeting inside occupied East Jerusalem. Austria along with over 170 UN member states don’t recognize East Jerusalem and the West Bank as part of Israel.
“The US government’s unconditional support for Israel despite alleged differences of opinion between the two sides is leading the world to believe that Tel Aviv has become the new capitol of United States,” Mark Dankof, a former US Senate candidate told Press TV on December 8, 2015.
Referring to Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories and also the ongoing conflict in Syria, Dankof noted that Israel’s thirst for new settlements combined with US taxpayer money are worsening the situation. Dankof added that the US is now paying as much as $10 billion to Israel in annual military and non-military aid.
“That is all public money being conscripted from Americans for this purpose on top of these outrageous private donorship situations,” he noted.
“There is an ongoing tragedy that is unfolding; it is going to affect every man, woman and child on this planet and the chief enabler of all of these Zionist crimes, I am sad to say, is the United States of America,” Dankof concluded.