When Sharon Says Jump,
Bush Asks 'How High?'
"This would be the first instance I know where a great power (in fact, a
superpower) [the United States] would do the fighting as the proxy of a
small client state [Israel]." --Historian Paul W. Schroeder
By Jim Moore

This article is going to be about Jews. So if you're uncomfortable with the subject I suggest you bail out right now.
Several months ago I wrote an article for our daily newspaper that I shouldn't have written if I were promoting my career.
It seems that I had the unmitigated gall to question what America was getting in return for the 3 to 5 billion dollars we are "investing" in Israel every year.
The article got me blackballed. Well, not exactly blackballed. But along with being demonized as an anti-Semitic, the paper never accepted any further articles I wrote. Naïve me, I couldn't understand what I had done wrong. Now I know better.
So let's connect a few dots.
A short while back I read a report that at a Knesset meeting Ariel Sharon had said to his deputy, Shimon Peres---Don't worry about the Americans. We own America. And all along I thought WE owned it.
Not willing to accept that at face value, I contacted a reporter in Hebron to try to verify Sharon's outburst. Sure enough, the reporter told me that news of Sharon's offhand remark had, in fact, been broadcast from an Israeli radio station, and that both Israelis and Palestinians had heard it and were talking about it.
Are the dots connecting?
And now, it was just reported by Aluf Benn and Sharon Sadeh, correspondents for Israel's Haaratz newspaper, that Sharon told a delegation of American congressmen that Iran, Libya and Syria should also be stripped of their weapons, after we deal with Iraq.
"These are irresponsible states," cooed Sharon, "which must be disarmed of its weapons of mass destruction, and a successful American move in Iraq will make that easier to achieve."
The dots are forming a picture.
Some time later, Sharon told a certain Mr. Bolten that Israel was concerned about the security threat posed by Iran, and thought it important to deal with Iran even while America's attention was focused on Iraq.
For a minute, I thought Bush was our president.. Mr. Bolten mentioned in a meeting with Israeli officials, that there was no doubt that America would attack Iraq, and that it would be necessary thereafter to deal with threats from Iran, Syria and North Korea. You heard right, North Korea.
To get everybody in the loop, Mr. Bolton also met with Israel's Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Natan Sharansky, Housing and Construction Minister.
Not to discuss the price of concrete, I'm sure.
And who is this mysterious Mr. Bolten that is so cozy with Sharon and other Israeli officials that he has no qualms about sinking America deeper into the Middle East quagmire, and even designating where American troops will have to fight after Iraq is defeated?
Is he an Israeli power broker? I'm afraid not. He is Joshua B. Bolten, President Bush's Deputy Chief of Staff, policy director for the Bush 2000 campaign, and one of about 25 Jews in the highest offices in the Bush administration. One of YOUR esteemed government officials.
The dots have produced an ugly picture.
You may have heard that Israel is calling the shots in Americas foreign policy, and have asked yourself, why are there so many Jews in the Bush administration, and what are they doing there?
Historian Paul W. Schroeder probably wondered that too when he wrote: "If Israel's security were indeed the real American motive for war, it would represent something to my knowledge unique in history. It is common for great powers to try to fight by proxy, getting smaller powers to fight for their interests. This would be the first instance I know where a great power (in fact, a superpower) would do the fighting as the proxy of a small client state."
Is that a classic switch or what?
Well, it might be unique in history, but it certainly is not unique in the survival skills of the Jewish mind. And what better way to use those skills than to infiltrate the political structure of a superpower so that you are able to use it in fighting wars of your choosing. to serve your own security interests?
If you want an even clearer, more comprehensive picture of how and why America is dancing to Israel's tune, I urge you read the 5-part essay by Stephen J. Sniegoski, "The War on Iraq - Conceived in Israel."
In closing, you may find this hard to believe, but frankly, I really like most Jewish people. They are bright, creative, intellectual, and hard-working. But when Jews, or any other ethnic group, attempts to infiltrate and influence the foreign or domestic policies of America, my back goes up. And if that influence threatens the lives of our men and women in uniform, the game is over.
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