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  • TactiKill J.
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post
    antisemit .

    One person who has spoken candidly about this is Bishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa, who was awarded the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize. Addressing an audience in Boston, he said: “But you know as well as I do that, somehow, the Israeli government is placed on a pedestal [in the US], and to criticize it is to be immediately dubbed anti-Semitic ... People are scared in this country, to say wrong is wrong because the Jewish lobby is powerful -- very powerful.” / 3

    In Britain, a veteran member of the House of Commons candidly declared in May 2003 that pro-Israel Jews had taken control of America’s foreign policy, and had succeeded in pushing the US and Britain into war in Iraq. Tam Dalyell, a Labour party deputy known as “Father of the House” because he was the longest-serving Member of Parliament, said: “A Jewish cabal have taken over the government in the United States and formed an unholy alliance with fundamentalist Christians ... There is far too much Jewish influence in the United States.” / 19

    In Washington, Senator Ernest Hollings was moved to declare that Iraq was invaded to “secure Israel," and that “everybody” knows it. Referring to the reluctance of his Congressional colleagues to openly acknowledge this reality, Hollings said that “nobody is willing to stand up and say what is going on.” Members of Congress, with few exceptions, uncritically support Israel and its policies due to what Hollings called, “the pressures that we get politically." / 20
    http://www.ihr.org/leaflets/jewishlobby.shtml

    It's a shame that the "take our country back" mantra only extends to regaining "control" from blacks or perceived socialists. Israel however, is free to treat the US as its' puppet.

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  • ljadw
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    Louis Farrakahn : a black David Duke

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Half Pint John View Post
    http://www.timesofisrael.com/when-it...-trumps-trump/

    Enough reason not to vote for him.

    In relation to it's size Israel has more than enough influence in our government.
    Maybe you mean that in relation to their size the Muslim terrorists have not enough influence in the US ?

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  • ljadw
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    Fulbright : an other antisemit liberal .

    antisemit- liberal : pleonasm .

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  • TactiKill J.
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    "I am aware how almost impossible it is in this country to carry out a foreign policy [in the Middle East] not approved by the Jews .... terrific control the Jews have over the news media and the barrage the Jews have built up on congressmen .... I am very much concerned over the fact that the Jewish influence here is completely dominating the scene and making it almost impossible to get congress to do anything they don't approve of. The Israeli embassy is practically dictating to the congress through influential Jewish people in the country."

    -- Sen. William Fulbright, Chair of Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 10-7-73 On CBS' Face the Nation

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  • Half Pint John
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    http://www.timesofisrael.com/when-it...-trumps-trump/

    Enough reason not to vote for him.

    In relation to it's size Israel has more than enough influence in our government.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Trump is pro-Israel. And now the Jewish lobby can put more into Congressional seats.

    Its all good.

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  • TactiKill J.
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    They don't need to fund him to control him.

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  • Grognard Gunny
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    No control...... NO CONTROL???????????

    That has to be upsetting a lot of "old boy" network members to no end.

    GG

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  • lynelhutz
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    You know you're on the wrong side when.....

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  • Combat Engineer
    started a topic Louis Farrakhan praises Trump campaign.

    Louis Farrakhan praises Trump campaign.

    No he's not endorsing him and does not want him to win however:

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-g...20021?lo=ap_c1

    “Not that I’m for Mr. Trump,” he added, “but I like what I’m looking at.
    Why?

    Trump “is the only member who has stood in front of the Jewish community and said 'I don’t want your money,'” Farrakhan said in a sermon he delivered this week. “Any time a man can say to those who control the politics of America, ‘I don’t want your money,’ that means you can’t control me. And they can’t afford to give up control of the presidents of the United States.”

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