Eric Cantor, dangereux juif orthodoxe intégriste, leader de la majorité républicaine au Congrès, protégera les allocations à Israël

Comme on le sait, le parti républicain a remporté une grande victoire lors des élections de mi-mandat aux Etats-Unis et il détient à présent la majorité à la Chambre des Représentants. Après un vote interne, c’est un sénateur juif, Eric Cantor, qui a été élu au poste de leader de la majorité républicaine au Congrès américain. Cantor, âgé de 48 ans, représentant l’Etat de Virginie, est connu pour ses opinions conservatrices : il est considéré comme un opposant farouche à la politique du président Obama et comme un ami d’Israël.

Depuis cette élection, Eric Cantor détient un pouvoir politique inégalé: au pouvoir du parti républicain, du Congrès et de la House of Representatives.

Le magnat des casinos Sheldon Adelson (qui se dit « le juif plus riche au monde ») est l’un de ses financiers les plus importants. La plupart de ses contributeurs proviennent d’en dehors de son État, ce qui est peu commun. Parmi ses contributeurs hors de son État, on compte des sionistes fervents qui proviennent surtout de New York (source: Kenneth Bialkin (avocat, ancien président régional de l’ADL), Gary Cohn (président et pdg de Goldman Sachs), Steven Drummer (conglomérat majeur d’alcool, Charmer Sunbelt), Louis M. Eisenberg (impliqué dans le Port authority de NY qui contrôlait le WTC, associé avec Goldman Sachs), Thomas Kempner, Bruce Lev, (ces derniers sont dans Loeb Partners, le même Loeb que Kuhn-Loeb), Richard LeFrak (milliardaire de l’immobilier), Henry Kravis (maison d’investissement KKR), Tobias Levkovich (Citigroup Smith Barney), Ronald Perelman (Revlon, magnat médiatique), Ira Rennert (investisseur milliardaire). Hors de New York: James Tisch (Loews Corp, CBS), Jeffrey Epstein (Oracle, dirigé par Larry Ellison un milliardaire ayant travaillé pour la CIA et responsable de nombreuses technologies de surveillance), Neil Livingstone (pdg de ExecutiveAction LLC, ex-pdg de GlobalOptions, responsable de nombreuses mesures de sécurité antiterroristes), etc. Cantor est même ami de Netanyahou, qu’il a rencontré en privé récemment lors de sa visite aux États-Unis. Il a assuré Bibi que les USA seraient avec Israël sur tous les fronts.

Eric Cantor a récemment dû apporter des »précisions » (damage control) après tout ce brouhaha causé par sa dernière rencontre privée avec Netanyahou où il aurait dit qu’ils allaient « combattre ensemble l’administration Obama ».
Cantor a tenu à « préciser » que cela n’avait rien à voir avec les relations entre les USA et Israël… LOL!

CANTOR THE POWERFUL: House Majority Leader tops GQ’s “50 most powerful people in Washington list.”

Cantor Recants

November 15, 2010 4:22 pm ET — MJ Rosenberg

Soon-to-be House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) is desperately trying to explain away the promise he made to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu last Wednesday.

Cantor huddled with Netanyahu just prior to the prime minister’s meeting with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton was expected to reaffirm the American commitment to Israeli-Palestinian negotiations and opposition to Israeli settlement expansion. Cantor wanted Netanyahu to know that he had his back.

Cantor’s office itself put out a statement bragging about his pledge to Netanyahu:

Eric stressed that the new Republican majority will serve as a check on the Administration and what has been, up until this point, one party rule in Washington, » the readout continued. « He made clear that the Republican majority understands the special relationship between Israel and the United States, and that the security of each nation is reliant upon the other.

For now, forget Cantor’s ridiculous assertion that the security of Israel and the United States are « reliant upon the other. » No, the United States provides Israel with the security assistance to survive — it is not the other way around.

But lay that aside. It is Cantor’s statement of loyalty to Netanyahu that is the shocker. Specifically, it is his promise that he would ensure that Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives « will serve as a check » on U.S. Middle East policy.

Almost immediately, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency’s bureau chief in Washington, Ron Kampeas, declared that Cantor’s statement was « extraordinary. » He wrote that he could not « remember an opposition leader telling a foreign leader, in a personal meeting, that he would side, as a policy, with that leader against the President. »

Kampeas was clearly shocked, but he was understating the enormity of Cantor’s offense. Cantor’s pledge of allegiance to a foreign leader would be remarkable, and deeply offensive, even if the foreign country in question were Canada or the United Kingdom, our two closest allies with whom we have few policy differences.

The United States has major policy differences with Israel, and has had them for decades, most notably over settlements, the occupied West Bank, Gaza, East Jerusalem, etc. Israel is also the largest recipient of US foreign aid in the world, which means that the President of the United States has every right to express those differences firmly and clearly.

On the other hand, no American official — by any stretch of the imagination — has the right to tell the government of Israel, or any foreign government, that he stands with the foreign leader against his own president. It is one thing to oppose particular US policies; it is quite another to tell a foreign leader, « I’m with you, not my president. »

Of course, Cantor was just being honest. Although he does oppose virtually all of President Obama’s policies (he’s a Republican and that is what Republicans do), he supports 100% of Israeli policies. And although an extreme partisan domestically, when it comes to Israel, he supports whichever government is in power. He believes in the right to criticize this government, just not that one.

Cantor’s mistake was not telling Prime Minister Netanyahu what everyone knows is true anyway, but telling the world what he said.

This is the classic Washington definition of a gaffe (i.e., inadvertently speaking an inconvenient truth).

In this case, the gaffe produced a firestorm.

And this is where I consider the possibility that Cantor simply doesn’t understand what he’s doing.

After all, he has been an AIPAC cutout since he first was elected to office. He’s been to more AIPAC meetings than he can probably count. And he should have figured out by now that the lobby is extremely careful, obsessively careful, to always emphasize loyalty to the United States while simultaneously endorsing Israeli policies that undermine our foreign policy objectives.

AIPAC officials never, ever, say that when push comes to shove their loyalty is with Israel not the United States. In fact, the accusation that this is the case is the charge AIPAC hates most.

But the soon-to-be Majority Leader came right out and said it: Israel, right or wrong.

It took a few days for Cantor to understand how utterly offensive his statement was. (He might have heard from a few Tea Party types who, say what you will about them, tend to take their patriotism seriously.)

So today Cantor explained he was misunderstood. His inconvenient truth, his gaffe, was replaced by a laughable untruth.

This is how the Washington Post‘s Dana Milbank reports it:

Brad Dayspring, Cantor’s press guy, tells me Cantor’s promise that the Republican majority would « serve as a check on the administration » was « not in relation to U.S./Israel relations. »

Mmmm. So Cantor’s pledge to stand with Netanyahu against Obama was « not in relation to US/Israel relations » despite the context of Cantor’s statement — just before Netanyahu’s meeting with Clinton — and the fact that the person he was talking to was the Prime Minister of Israel.

So, what was Cantor’s pledge « in relation to »?

Was it in relation to either repealing « Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell » or the Bush tax cuts for millionaires? Maybe it was about farm subsidies.

Come on, Eric. Don’t make us laugh.

It is eminently clear what you said and what you meant. And this time we will take you at your word.

Rep. Cantor Wants aid to Israel Immune to Cuts
AFP – Spotlight on Congress

WITH HEAVY PRESSURE coming on Congress to institute fiscal responsibility and lower the deficit, one of the major issues that is taking heat is foreign aid, which accounts for over $50 billion of the federal budget every year. This has put Republicans in a quandary. They want to cut spending, except to Israel.

What’s their solution?

Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), who is hoping to become majority leader if the Republicans take control of Congress, wants to remove the taxpayer dollars handed to Israel from the foreign aid budget in order to insulate the Israelis from any cuts in funding.

In an interview with JTA, an Israeli news agency, Cantor, the only Jewish Republican in the House, said:

“Part of the dilemma is that Israel has been put in the overall foreign aid looping. I’m hoping we can see some kind of separation in terms of tax dollars going to Israel.”

In 2010, Israel received $2.8 billion from U.S. tax-payers, the most received by any country. Since the majority of those funds go to buy more weapons and, no doubt, to propagandize Americans, Cantor would like to see the Israeli foreign aid handouts merged directly with U.S. military appropriations. According to published reports, one-quarter of the Israeli military budget is paid for by U.S. taxpayers.

Sadly, Democrats appear to be more concerned with the fact that Republicans want to cut foreign aid than with the fact that a wealthy country like Israel continues to receive billions in handouts as Americans struggle to find jobs, stay in their homes and eat.#

Elections Put Pro-Israel Neo-Cons Back on Top

By Michael Collins Piper

The Republican Party’s takeover of the House of Representatives in the recent election also ushers in a consolidation of pro-Israeli political influence over Congress unlike ever before. Then, too—not coincidentally—it heralds a new era in which secret campaign contributions by big-money interests are now holding sway in an unprecedented way.

Exemplifying these new developments is the rapid-fire rise of Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), a deeply religious Orthodox Jew and pro-Israeli “neo-conservative” hard-liner who is expected to be named House majority leader in the forthcoming GOP-controlled Congress.

Although the majority leader post is officially the No. 2 slot in the House of Representatives, the truth is, Cantor will hold tremendous behind-the-scenes power in the Republican caucus—greater than even Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio), who is slated to become speaker of the House (and with whom Cantor has never been on the best of terms).

Cantor’s particular influence stems from his control—along with another pro-Israeli hardliner, former Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.)—of a secretive and well-funded political action committee, the American Action Network (AAN), run by Cantor’s close advisor and former chief of staff, Rob Collins.

Cantor’s AAN operation is believed to have raised up to $25 million this past year and spent at least $16 million in waging independent expenditures on behalf of Cantor-approved Republican candidates in the recent election.

On Oct. 25 even The Washington Post was moved to describe AAN as “mysterious” and described Collins as one of “a small circle of operatives with the coveted expertise of actually running such secretive organizations.”

Collins himself has said, “I have a weird gift for raising money.”

That gift has given new power to Cantor, who played a major part though AAN in orchestrating the GOP victory, bankrolled by well-heeled contributors whose names are not required to be revealed to the Federal Election Commission.

It is no coincidence that two other, similar fundraising ventures—American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS, both run by former George W. Bush operative Karl Rove—share offices with Cantor’s AAN. Ellen Miler of the Sunlight Foundation said the massive spending by such groups in the 2010 elections is the “how-to” for the 2012 election.

“It’s how to use corporate money, how to use secret money, to buy elections,” she said. “It’s going to be no holds barred.”


While most members of Congress generally rely on campaign contributions from within their own districts, examination of Cantor’s reported contributions indicate that his political fortunes have relied extensively on a great deal of money supplied by Jewish contributors from across the country.

Cantor is able to tap into those same sources to fund his AAN operation on behalf of pro-Israel Republicans. So, Cantor’s access to tens of millions of dollars in secret cash contributions makes this young congressman particularly influential, today and in the future.

The influx of so many new GOP “conservatives” elected with Cantor’s help will also expand the influence of the Republican Study Committee—of which Cantor is a member—which is composed of more than a hundred GOP congressmen, all of whom are vociferous allies of the Jewish lobby.

The RSC’s executive director, Paul Teller—who described himself to TheWashington Post as the RSC’s “token Jew”—formerly served on the staff of Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.). Pence once described how every time the subject of Israel was mentioned on the House floor, he rushed there to hear what was being said. Now Pence is reportedly hoping to parlay his peculiar devotion to Israel into a 2012 presidential campaign.

The Republican victory also brings control of at least two key House committees into the hands of pro-Israeli lawmakers.

The House Foreign Affairs Committee’s new chair is Cuban-born Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. She has long been one of the loudest advocates for Israel in Washington. Upon her election to Congress in 1988 and for years afterward, she was touted as “the first woman of Hispanic origin elected to the House,” but then the truth came out: Ros-Lehtinen was the granddaughter of Sephardic Jews from Turkey who migrated to Cuba.

Slated to chair the Homeland Security Committee is Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) who—although an Irish Catholic who attended the University of Notre Dame —is a boisterous voice for Israeli interests.

Abroad, the consequences of the GOP victory are being noted in the context of Israel’s concerns. In Israel, Danny Danon, a hardliner in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party, expressed delight: “The huge influx of newly elected representatives and senators to Washington includes dozens of strong friends of Israel who will put the brakes on the consistently dubious, sometimes dangerous policies of President Obama these past two years.”

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia’s former ambassador to the United States, Prince Turki al-Faisal, slated to become Saudi foreign minister, warned in a speech in Washington following the election that he foresees a return of the “neo-conservative philosophy” and that the election “will give more fodder for these warmongers to pursue their favorite exercise, war-making.”

The Arab diplomat bluntly declared that “neo-con advisors, American conservatives and Zionist extremists” have promoted policies that “continually throw a wrench into the progress of peace.”

He said that “particularly in the Congress, the bipartisan support for Israel has been enormous; it’s not just Republicans. My concern is really with the people who speak up for a more aggressive type of policy, as espoused by neo-conservatives. They will interpret these elections as, if you like, a return to what they would consider to be their view on foreign policy in general and . . . particularly on the Middle East.”

A journalist specializing in media critique, Michael Collins Piper is the author of The High Priests of War, The New Jerusalem, Dirty Secrets, The Judas Goats, The Golem, Target Traficant and My First Days in the White House All are available from AFP.

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Big Money from Donors Puts Cantor
In Hip Pocket of Powerful Interests


By Michael Collins Piper

Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) is one of the very few members of Congress who has some of the richest and most powerful people in the world bankrolling his political endeavors. That—along with Cantor’s peculiar fund-raising prowess—is another reason why many now perceive the soon-to-be House Republican majority leader as the real “big man” in the House GOP caucus, eclipsing even Speaker-to-be John Boehner.

Wags say that Cantor will be “the Cantor of the House”—which is a play on Cantor’s Jewish family name. A “cantor” is the individual in a synagogue who leads the chants and prayers along with the rabbi—a major religious role.

So the fact that billionaires in the global financial plutocracy—all intimately tied to the London-based Rothschild family—are underwriting Cantor’s career is a point that cannot be taken lightly. Here’s the exclusive story from AMERICAN FREE PRESS.

The up-and-coming young congressman—a deeply religious Orthodox Jew devoted to the Talmud, the controversial rabbinic teachings foundational to the Jewish faith—is unique among House members: While most members rely on campaign contributions mainly from their own congressional districts, Cantor has an unusually expansive array of contributions pouring in from across the country.

One of Cantor’s federal election filings, recorded at, shows he received 146 contributions from New York donors. Contrast that to only 36 donations from New York that went to Cantor’s ostensible
senior partner in the Republican takeover of the House, Boehner, who has been a top-ranking GOP congressional figure for more than a few years. Yet, even Boehner cannot rival Cantor in the number of out-of-state cash contributions.


A brief sampling of Cantor’s contributors from New York State alone demonstrate the real clout—and the big names—who are bankrolling him:

� Kenneth Bialkin, a mob legal mouthpiece, former national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, former chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, and now chairman of the America-Israel Friendship League, s a Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) member. The CFR is the New York-based offshoot of the London-based Royal Institute for International Affairs, the Rothschild empire’s foreign policy arm;

� Gary Cohn, president and chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs, the infamous Wall Street investment bank whose financial schemes are well known to many Americans who’ve seen their pensions plundered;

� Steven Drucker of Charmer Sunbelt, a massive liquor conglomerate that has grabbed control of various facets of the U.S. spirits industry;

� Lewis M. Eisenberg who, as a former Goldman Sachs partner, is perhaps best known for serving as chairman from 1995 to the pivotal year of 2001 of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey—at which time the authority turned World Trade Center (WTC) ownership over to international wheeler-dealer, Larry Silverstein, who had the WTC twin towers well insured and suspiciously made billions from the 9-11 attacks.

� Henry Kravis, a member of the CFR and Bilderberg group who was one of the famous “junk bond kings” of the 1980s through his Kohlberg-Kravis-Roberts partnership;

� Ronald Perelman, billionaire head of the Revlon cosmetics empire. He also heads a far-reaching network of radio and television stations. At one point he was said to have been the richest man in America;

� James Tisch, another CFR member and a scion of the billionaire Tisch family who bought control of CBS in the 1980s.

These are just a few of the powerful New Yorkers who’ve been channeling funds to Cantor’s political enterprises. Three of Cantor’s other notable national contributors are:

� Jeffrey Epstein of California, chief financial officer and executive vice president of the Oracle Corporation, the fiefdom of Larry Ellison, who rose to fame in the 1970s working on a database for the CIA (named “Oracle”).After 9-11, Ellison offered to donate software to the U.S. government to help set up a national identification database, from which national ID cards for American citizens would be issued;

� Neil Livingstone of Washington, D.C., a shadowy figure from the world of intelligence known for close ties to Israel’s Mossad;

� Sheldon Adelson of Las Vegas, who, in many respects, is the modern-day incarnation of the late Meyer Lansky, longtime chief of the Jewish crime syndicate which cemented its influence with the rise of legalized gambling in Vegas.

A journalist specializing in media critique, Michael Collins Piper is the author of The High Priests of War, The New Jerusalem, Dirty Secrets, The Judas Goats, The Golem, Target Traficant and My First Days in the White House All are available from AFP.

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James Tisch, who has held several key positions in the Jewish world, has been elected as chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel’s board of governors.

Disaster Just Ahead

Exclusive Intelligence Examiner Report


Texe Marrs



Tea Party Activists Asked For It. Unfortunately, They’re Going to Get What They Asked For.

Disaster Just Ahead

Consider two scenarios:

Pilot whose plane is lost somewhere over the Pacific, flying with a defunct navigations system, on radio to anyone who will listen: “I don’t know where I am going, but at least I’m making good time.”



Tea Parties to corrupt Washington, D.C.: “We don’t know how and where you should cut spending, but we demand you cut our taxes and slash spending.”



In either of these cases, a wise person can easily predict the outcome: “Disaster just ahead.”

The coming Tea Party debacle is to me, a very sad situation. Such promise, such great tactics, such incredibly poor strategy, such a horrible failure coming right up. The Tea Parties are a great idea gone horribly wrong. True, the people are angry and fed up. They’re staging a long-needed popular rebellion, demanding taxes be cut and spending be slashed. Tea Parties probably are going to get quite a few of their candidates winning the November election and entering an otherwise corrupt and indifferent Congress. But, what then?

No Plan, No Specifics

In fact, the Tea Parties have no real plan, no specifics. Winning a few hard-fought elections is good, but there is not going to be much follow-up. Tea Party Republican Congressmen who win their seats thanks to Tea Party activism have nowhere to go once they take office. Some might say, well, they should all be “Dr. Nos”—they ought to vote “no” on spending measures. Good enough, but which spending are they to cut? The silence is deafening.

Most Tea Party Politicians Are Warmongers

Tea Party activists are demanding tax cuts, but they favor illegal wars and security spending for the Big Brother police state.



How about all those trillions going for bloody, expensive wars and bogus homeland security? Well, think, folks—most Tea Party people are actually pro-war and pro-homeland security. In fact, the most ardent of the Tea Party ranks are your typical pro-Bush/Cheney, pro-Zionist neocons. They have bought into the ridiculous official 9/11 version of events. Many actually are convinced that Bush did an honorable thing in cranking up wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Sadly, most Tea Party people are warmongers. The fact that thousands of young American soldiers are dead and thousands more are maimed for life does not phase them. They are so demented that they have no sympathy for the hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis, Afghanis, and Pakistanis slain, tortured, and disfigured by American bombs and bullets.

From what I can discern, most Tea Party activists don’t mind it a bit that the U.S. government has shoveled some four trillion dollars into these wars and as much as a hundred billion in foreign aid to the wealthy nation of Israel. They therefore have no problem with the huge bloated military budget that has resulted.

No one in the Tea Party leadership—and very few of the rank and file—are hollering: “Cut military spending; stop these futile, unnecessary wars; bring our troops home from the 130 countries overseas where they are stationed!”

Big Brother Police State Also to Continue

Likewise, the gullible of the Tea Party faithful actually believe the laughable myth that 19 inept Arabs and a shadowy genius mastermind walking on a cane and living in a cave, Osama bin Laden, did 9/11 and that “domestic terrorists” surround us and are on every street corner. The Tea Party Republicans—most of whom worshipped and adored President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney—have no problem with the tens of billions of bucks thrown to the winds each year in building up a Big Brother Police State. They agree with the unAmerican idea of giving up freedoms in exchange for protection from the “mean, old terrorists.”

If these two areas alone—military war spending and Big Brother homeland security spending were cut, America would have solved its deficit problem and taxes could be reduced. But—pardon my Texan dialect—It ain’t gonna happen because Tea Partiers love worthless wars and are genuinely frightened of virtually nonexistent Moslem and domestic terrorists.

Sharron Angle Rand Paul Christine O'Donnell

Tea Party candidates like Sharron Angle, Rand Paul, Christine O’Donnell, are all Israel Firsters and favor increased military spending for Middle East Wars. America’s Jewish lobby is thrilled to support them.



Can you name me one leader of the Tea Parties—be it the little known local leaders or the ballyhooed Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Newt Gingrich, John McCain or any of the Tea Party candidates for the Senate and House—who are publicly demanding the Feds slash war and Big Brother spending? No, in fact, they are fervent supporters of military and homeland security spending. Some even want the U.S. to attack Iran, to stop the “New Hitler” Ahmadinejad. Most see nothing wrong with the Feds torturing suspects, slamming citizens into gulag prison cells, censoring the internet, checking our mail, wiretapping our phones, and otherwise monitoring our daily lives.

Congressman Ron Paul’s Son a Zionist Warmonger

Yes, Congressman Ron Paul is heroically standing up and will vote against wars and this wasteful spending. But, uh oh—the Tea Partiers have given Ron Paul the old boot. Obviously, Tea Party organizers are warmongers and despise Mr. Paul.

There’s candidate Rand Paul, of course, Ron’s son—he’s a Tea Party favorite. Why Rand and not Ron? Simple. Rand Paul’s campaign webpage outlines his undying support for Israel! Translated: Give the Jews what they want—Middle East wars, foreign aid, homeland security, etc. Viva George Bush, viva Barack Obama, viva Benjamin Netanyahu, spend more money!

Ron Paul has warned of undue Israeli influence. His son, Rand Paul, embraces it. File closed.

What Spending Cuts?

Please, please tell me, where are all these spending cuts going to come from? While some in the Tea Party rank and file are angry over the illegal alien invasion, we are not seeing a clamor by most Tea Party leaders and speakers demanding that all illegal aliens be deported, so we can save billions spent on welfare, education, and healthcare for the millions of foreigners in our country. Sure, the Republicans and the Tea Party leaders all talk about enforcement of the borders, but what about the 35 million plus illegals already inside our borders?

Nor is any one in the Tea Party movement naming even one federal bureau or agency that should be shut down, even as the federal workforce drastically increases its numbers. No one is demanding that Pelosi, Reid, Joe Biden, Michelle Obama not be flown around the world in expensive U.S. Air Force jets at $1,000,000 or more a pop.

No one is demanding that all the limos on Washington, D.C. streets ferrying blowhard, useless diplomats, bureaucrats, and Congressmen be sold at auction. (After all, why are these crackerjack, pointy-headed politicians any better than you and me?—when’s the last time the government paid for a limo and chauffeur to pick you up and take you to work, a limo with a refrigerator and bar filled with liquor and “refreshments” in the back compartment?)

Is there even one Tea Party leader out there insisting that the tens of billions of foreign aid money annually going to the wealthy super-rich nation of Israel be ended? Why do homosexual and liberal “nonprofits” continue to get billions in government grants? Why billions for “AIDS” but peanuts for cancer, which is a thousand times more the killer? I could go on, but you get the picture.

The Establishment Politicians Have the Solution: Ordo Ab Chao

But wait, someone has come up with specifics on where and what to cut. The political establishment—Democrat and Republican—have got it solved. The Tea Parties want to slash spending but don’t have a specific agenda. They need someone to tell them where and what to cut. Goody, goody—Do the politicians ever have a solution! Thanks, too, for helping them work out their Hegelian Dialectic knot.

Ordo Ab Chao is the solution. You see, the chaotic Tea Parties want to cut spending. Presto! Like magic, the politicos have the solution that will bring “Order out of Chaos.” Let’s just cut entitlements, they are saying in unison. Let’s take it from the working folks.

Their Scheme: Cut Social Security and Medicare Entitlements

Yes, their solution is to slash the Social Security and Medicare benefits of the tens of millions of loyal Americans who all their working lives have poured so much of their salaries and earnings into this program. Just cut—cut Social Security and Medicare. Slam “entitlements.” In other words, shaft the working man.

And don’t say you didn’t ask for it, Tea Partiers. You fiercely demanded unspecified cuts in spending—and the elite prepared a trap for you. America is being deconstructed, beat down into a Third World economy, and you had no idea where all your complaining and protesting were taking you. Didn’t you realize it was all going to end up with the politicians slipping their grimy hands into your pocketbook?

Well, the elite knew all the time what they had planned: You folks demanded they cut spending but left it open as to where to cut. They, the elite, heard you loud and clear when you said, however, that you do not want to stop either war spending or Big Brother security spending. So cutting your entitlements is just the thing to help reduce the red ink.

Overall Spending Still Heading Up

Now, don’t expect the bloated federal budget to actually decrease in coming years. But thanks to Tea Party stupidity and nearsightedness, I do know one area of the budget that is going to be dramatically reduced: your Social Security and Medicare entitlements.

Now don’t get me wrong. Actually, overall spending for entitlement programs will increase. It has to, to enable the government to spread out benefits and redistribute your paid-in monies to all the tens of millions of foreigners illegally in America. These illegal aliens are very soon going to be made “instant citizens.”

That’s right—already Obama and Congress have voted for and approved that over the next decade $800 billion be taken from native born American citizens’ paid-in Social Security and Medicare and be spent instead on “ObamaCare,” much to go to illegals for welfare health benefits.

In the near future, Congress will take trillions more away from you and give it to the “new citizens”—Mexicans, Pakistanis, Hondurans, etc. Muchas Gracias, Americanos, Estupidos!

You Asked For It, You’re Going to Get It

Torture by U.S. troops and the killing of innocent men, women and children on foreign soil is something Tea Party activists don’t mind spending for.



You asked for it, Tea Partiers, you are going to get it. You wanted to continue the stupid and unnecessary wars in the Middle East, you are going to get them. You wanted to continue spending tens of billions for Big Brother’s Police State. You’re going to get it. Now, that’s all got to be paid for, so don’t complain when you discover that your hard-earned Social Security and Medicare benefits perform a magical shrinking act.

Don’t moan and whine when the military budget goes through the roof, either. The illegal wars and torture gulags that you support—in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and soon in Syria and Iran, are going to be expensive. And greedy Israel wants billions more U.S. bucks stuffed into its pockets, too. You Tea Party folks are big Israel Firsters, so keep your mouths shut and pay up.

And here’s the bottom line: Even after they slash your Social Security and Medicare, the federal government will still be in red ink up to its neck. That is why your Tea Party pals, Glenn Beck and Bill O’Reilly, have proposed a new national sales tax and also a V.A.T. (Value Added Tax)—a super, turbocharged national sales tax. These will go on top of today’s already outrageously high income taxes.

The Republican and Democrat parties thank you, Tea Partiers, for making all this possible. Welcome to the New World Order you are going to be paying for with your increased taxes.

My Tea Party friends, tragic though it is, you asked for it. Now you are going to get it.

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The 2010 Elections Are History!—Now What Happens?


Rand Paul’s Recent Remarks Raise New Concerns


By Michael Collins Piper

In early November, just after AMERICAN FREE PRESS went to press, AFP discovered some unsettling new details that raise more questions as to where Senator-elect Rand Paul (R-Ky.) really stands on the issues.

AFP has expressed hope that Paul would be a Senate version of his father, respected Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas)—despite the younger Paul’s earlier campaign rhetoric rattling the saber at Iran, reflecting the warmongering attitudes of the “neo-conservatives” who are trying to force an American attack on Iran. But recent comments by Rand Paul in an interview with The Wall Street Journal suggest Paul is repudiating other views of many in the “tea party” movement nationwide that rallied behind Paul and his father.

On Nov. 6 The Wall Street Journal—published by media titan Rupert Murdoch (whose rise to power came through the combined forces of the Rothschild-Bronfman-Oppenheimer network)—featured an interview with Rand Paul conducted by Matthew Kaminski. Although Paul promised that he didn’t plan on being “bashful,” he emphasized that he is “not that crazy” when asked if he were “a crazy libertarian.” Kaminski added:


He has made other concessions to the mainstream. He now avoids his dad’s talk of shutting the Federal Reserve and abolishing the income tax. In a bigger shift from his campaign pledge to end earmarks, he tells me that they are a bad “symbol” of easy spending but that he will fight for Kentucky’s share of earmarks and federal pork, as long as it’s doled out transparently at the committee level and not parachuted in the dead of night. “I will advocate for Kentucky’s interests,” he said.

That Paul was seemingly changing his tune when talking with the insider-controlled “voice of Wall Street” is a matter of concern, but, obviously, as the saying goes: “By their fruits, ye shall know them.” Time will tell.

The “fruits” will be Paul’s actions—and votes—as a member of the Senate which will demonstrate where he really stands on the issues. All concerned Americans need to keep the heat on Paul and all other Congressmen to restore constitutional principles and bring the real change for which grassroots Americans have loudly clamored.

A journalist specializing in media critique, Michael Collins Piper is the author of The High Priests of War, The New Jerusalem, Dirty Secrets, The Judas Goats, The Golem, Target Traficant and My First Days in the White House All are available from AFP.

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(Issue # 48, November 29, 2010)



Mise à jour:

« Israël » œuvre pour que l’aide US devienne automatique
Les cercles du lobby sioniste aux États-Unis œuvrent pour que le financement américain de l’entité sioniste devienne une mesure automatique sans recours à un vote au Congrès américain…

VIDEO – Virginia Republican Congressman Eric Cantor is a traitor to America

Cut, Cut, Cut the Budget… Just Don’t Touch Israel

Rep. Cantor: Stop Classifying Israel Aid as ‘Foreign Aid’

Cantor wants to protect funding for Israel, no matter what

JTA: Cantor proposes separating Israel aid from foreign ops budget

Jewish candidates secure major wins in House, Senate: Boxer and Blumenthal win important Senate seats; Cantor wins re-election House bid; Berkowitz and Cutler lose gubernatorial races.

Op-Ed: Cantor’s foreign aid ‘gimmick’ is dangerous

Eric Cantor’s Pledge of Allegiance to Israel

The new GOP majority will « serve as a check » on the Obama administration, Republican leader Eric Cantor told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Here’s a link to an online American Free Press (AFP) article by Piper about Cantor and the latest US elections that you’ll find worth reading. Please note, although AFP does have some of it’s stuff for free online, the bulk of the weekly paper is not online but you can subscribe to its online edition real cheap. (Scroll down the page on the link I just gave you till you see AFP ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION in red caps. ) Now here is the link to an excerpt from Piper’s show during which he goes after Cantor. Enjoy. Piper on Cantor
BTW, the next segment of the program is even better than what I have put in the link above. You can get RBN’s previous programs for $1.33 a month. That’s not much and you can subscribe here. From RBN’s main page you can also listen to their shows live. (Source)

Eric Cantor and the Provoking of American Antisemitism

Eric Cantor broke the law in extreme support for Israel

Eric Cantor Flexes Muscles for Israel

LIAR, LIAR, by Philip Giraldi
Rep. Eric Cantor recently met privately with Bibi Netanyahu and said the Republican Party would serve “as a check on” the Obama Administration over its policies in the Middle East. In other words, Cantor was meeting with the leader of a foreign country and promising to do whatever he could to influence and even subvert the foreign policy of his own country.

Days after election victory: ‘Tea Party’ coming to Israel Newly elected senator for Florida, republican Marco Rubio will arrive in Israel on Sunday; Pro-Israel AIPAC lobby expresses satisfaction with election results.

Cantor to be highest-ranked Jewish House member ever

GOP sweep makes one Jew a star, unseats and disempowers others — A historic Republican sweep of the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday has propelled Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the minority whip, to the verge of becoming the highest-ranking Jewish lawmaker in U.S. political history.

Cantor rising as GOP takes House, several Jewish Dems out, Blumenthal in –GOP gains have sent five Jewish Democrats to defeat and have the only Jewish Republican in Congress poised to become majority leader in the U.S. House of Representatives. A Jewish Democrat won the open U.S. Senate seat in Connecticut.

U.S. midterms: AIPAC lauds re-election of pro-Israel stalwarts

The new GOP majority will « serve as a check » on the Obama administration, Republican leader Eric Cantor told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

« Israël » œuvre pour que l’aide US devienne automatique

Trahison en gros, pourquoi Israël a acheté le Congrès (Vidéo)

Eric Cantor’s Pledge of Allegiance to Israel

ISRAELI RIGHTWING REPRESENTED IN US CONGRESS In May 2009, Congressmen Eric Cantor (R., Va.) and Steny Hoyer (D., Md.) wrote to President Barack Obama about U.S. policy toward Israel. Their staff sent the letter as a PDF but forgot to change the name of the file to something other than “AIPAC Letter Hoyer Cantor May 2009.pdf.”

Analysts Predicting Republican Victory Will Benefit Israel
THE REPUBLICAN MAJORITY that took the House on Nov. 2 may not be good news for those Americans who would like to see the U.S. military get out of the Middle East, and for the federal government to take a more even-handed approach when it comes to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Following the sweeping Republican gains, election analysts are also saying that it will be more difficult to keep Zionist zealots from directing an unconstitutional attack on Iran.
So far, Barack Obama has been able to avoid an attack on Iran. This would be devastating for the United States, starting a war which could not possibly be won by America.
The Republican majority in the House could provide enough of a tipping point to counter Obama’s opposition, paving the way for an attack.
“[Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin] Netanyahu would assess that a more Republican, or less Democratic Congress, might mean more unquestioning friends of Israel . . .,” former Israeli intelligence officer Yossi Alpher told a wire service news agency. “Republican achievement . . . might therefore somehow improve Netanyahu’s negotiating flexibility.”

AUDIO Podcast – The Ugly Truth (Mark Glenn) Nov 17, 2010

Mark Dankof joins the program to discuss the latest news involving the « red tide » that has swept congress into the waiting hands of Israel as well a the $3 billion bribe on the part of the US to Israel.

Please check out the brand new book detailing Israel’s deliberate attack on the USS LIBERTY here

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Press TV’s Waqar Rizvi talks to Mark Dankof on Democratic Failure


AUDIO PODCAST The Ugly Truth (Mark Glenn & Mark Dankof) Nov 3, 2010


Meet the new boss…Same as the old boss… The Republicans swept the Congress, but nevertheless it still remains POI–« Property of Israel ». Mark Dankof joins the program to discuss the latest election results and what it means for a country on the brink of devastation as a result of fighting Israel’s wars for her.

Panique au Congrès et à l’AIPAC ?

6 mai 2011

Le 13 avril 2011, s’est tenue en urgence une conférence réunie à l’appel de l’American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), à laquelle ont participé plus d’une douzaine de dirigeants parmi les plus inconditionnels d’Israël des deux chambres du parlement des Etats-Unis. Leur but était de réfléchir à la meilleure manière de promouvoir Israël pendant la visite du Premier ministre d’Israël Netanyahu aux Etats-Unis le mois prochain, et, surtout, de quelle façon faire face à l’évolution rapide du paysage politique au Moyen Orient. Le consensus étant que personne ne l’avait vu venir et qu’il était dangereux pour Israël.
Parmi les participants, d’anciens présidents juifs de commissions importantes, dont les représentants Barney Frank (démocrate/Massachusetts), qui a dirigé la commission des finances ; Henry Waxman (démocrate/Californie), ex-président de la commission Energie et Commerce ; Howard Berman (démocrate/Californie), ex-président de la commission des Affaires étrangères ; et Nita Lowey (démocrate/New-York), ex-présidente du sous-comité des opérations internationales à la commission des services financiers ainsi que Eric Cantor, majority leader à la Chambre des Représentants, le poste le plus élevé au Congrès occupé par un membre juif lobbyiste dans l’histoire.

Les agents de l’AIPAC auraient dit aux congressistes que Netanyahu est une fois de plus furieux contre le président Barack Obama et scandalisé par ce qu’il considère être une attitude hésitante du gouvernement états-unien vis-à-vis des besoins israéliens. On leur a dit que le Premier ministre israélien considère comme un réel danger politique pour Israël le changement de l’opinion publique américaine en faveur des jeunes arabes et musulmans intelligents et séduisants qu’on voit de plus en plus sur les chaines du satellite depuis une région qui rappelle au public américain ses propres idéaux.

Netanyahu, a-t-on dit aux congressistes, veut que le Congrès bande ses muscles avec la Maison blanche et envoie au Président Obama un message fort que son avenir politique est lié à celui d’Israël. D’où la campagne actuelle lancée par le lobby israélien « L’Amérique a plus que jamais besoin d’Israël, idiot ! » qui envahit les ondes radiophoniques.

De plus, tandis que plusieurs dirigeants israéliens sont inculpés pour divers crimes intérieurs, et que certains craignent des arrestations pour des crimes internationaux, 68% de la communauté juive américaine, selon un sondage commandité le mois dernier par Forward, pensent que le lobby israélien américain est de plus en plus fossilisé, avec des gens vindicatifs comme Abe Foxman, directeur de l’ADL (Anti-Defamation League) et ses conflits internes, et plusieurs des organisations du lobby juif les plus importantes qui continuent de perdre des adhésions, notamment parmi les jeunes.

Le congressiste Eric Cantor a déploré qu’ »Israël soit en train de perdre les campus américains », malgré les lourds investissements financiers de ces quelques dernières années pour freiner le soutien croissant des étudiants à Gaza, au Hamas, au Hezbollah et à l’Iran, tous des symboles redoutés de l’opposition grandissante à l’entreprise coloniale sioniste du 19ème siècle. « Le soutien à la Palestine monte en flèche, » a-t-il affirmé. (lire le reste)
Sur ce blog:

Le nouveau PNAC?

The Jewish Crew That Helped Pave the Way to John McCain’s Nomination

Des leaders nés !

Un lobby parmi d’autres

Les dessous de l’empire Rothschild, les nouveaux pharisiens. Entrevue avec Michael Collins Piper

The New Jerusalem – IntroZionist Power in America Today, According to Jewish Sources

Sheldon Adelson [qui a financé Eric Cantor]: « je suis le juif le plus riche au monde »

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