US Preparing for a Post-Israel Middle East?

by Franklin Lamb

Congresswoman Illena Ros-Lehtinen will have her hands full as she makes the political and social rounds at this month’s Republican National Convention.  Illena is the only female committee chair in the House of Representatives and arguably Israel’s most ardent agent.  She is a constant thorn in the Obama administration’s side, regularly castigating the president for playing “political games with U.S. foreign policy” and being “soft on Iran” and undermining the legitimacy of Israel.  Ros-Lehtinen is a congressional cheer leader also for her Jewish voters in Florida—a key battleground in the rapidly approaching US presidential election. Most recently, Ros-Lehtinen helped shepherd through Congress yet another bill tightening sanctions against Iran while calling for US military action against the Assad regime in Syria.

The Congresswoman’s focus will likely not be on pushing the republican’s talking points regarding her party’s nominee, Mitt Romney, the former “moderate Massachusetts governor” who she is aware is unlikely to win the White House. Nor, according to a source at the Democratic National Committee, frantically putting together final touches on their own Convention, to be held the week of September 3 in Charlotte, North Carolina, will Ileana spend much time with or promoting Mitt’s running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan. Ryan, an Ayn Rand (author of The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged as well as founder of the Objectivism movement) follower, regularly tells audiences that “Ayn Rand’s teachings have been one of the most profound philosophical influences of my life”—well, except for religion and abortion, as Ayn who passed away in 1982 was an avowed atheist and strongly pro-abortion,  the opposite of  what Ryan tells audiences he is.

Rather, Ros-Lehtinen will be meeting with local, national, and international Jewish leaders in this must win state where she has been assigned the task of reassuring them that the Republican Party is Israel’s best friend and that a recent US government draft report urging a US re-think of its relationship to Israel is the responsibility of none other than Barack Obama, and it reveals his true disdain for Israel.

Helping her smear the White House with the findings in the draft  analysis will be William Kristol, publisher of the neoconservative Weekly Standard and Director of the New American Century, an “Israel first” Washington-based lobby “promoting joint Israeli and American political and military leadership across the globe, while bringing democracy to the Middle East”.

So what is all the fuss about?

It’s a paper entitled “Preparing For A Post Israel Middle East”, an 82-page analysis that concludes that the American national interest in fundamentally at odds with that of Zionist Israel. The authors conclude that Israel is currently the greatest threat to US national interests because its nature and actions prevent normal US relations  with  Arab and  Muslim countries and, to a growing degree, the wider international community.

The study was commissioned by the US Intelligence Community comprising 16 American intelligence agencies with an annual budget in excess of $ 70 billion. The IC includes the Departments of the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Defense Intelligence Agency, Departments of Energy, Homeland Security, State, Treasure, Drug Enforcement Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Security Agency, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency commissioned the study.

Among the many findings that Ros-Lehtenin and Kristol and other unregistered agents of Israel will likely try to exploit politically between now and November 6, by using them to attack the Obama Administration are the following:

  • Israel, given its current brutal occupation and belligerence cannot  be salvaged any more than apartheid south Africa could be when as late as 1987 Israel was the only “Western” nation that upheld diplomatic ties with South Africa and was the last country to join the international boycott campaign before the regime collapsed;
  • The Israel leadership, with its increasing support of the 700,000 settlers in illegal colonies in the occupied West Bank is increasing out of touch with the political, military and economic realities of the Middle East;
  • The post Labor government Likud coalition is deeply complicit with and influenced by the settlers’ political and financial power and will increasingly face domestic civil strife which the US government should not associate itself with or become involved with;
  • The Arab Spring and Islamic Awakening has to a major degree freed a large majority of the 1.2 billion Arab and Muslims to pursue what an overwhelming majority believe is the illegitimate, immoral and unsustainable European occupation of Palestine of the indigenous population;
  • Simultaneous with, but predating, rapidly expanding Arab and Muslim power in the region as evidenced by the Arab spring, Islamic Awakening and the ascendancy of Iran, as American power and influence recedes,  the US commitment to belligerent oppressive Israel is becoming impossible to defend or execute consistent given paramount US national interests which include normalizing relations with the 57 Islamic countries;
  • Gross Israeli interference in the internal affairs of the United States through spying and illegal US arms transfers. This includes supporting more than 60 ‘front organizations’ and  approximately 7,500 US officials who do Israel’s bidding and seek to dominate and intimidate the media and agencies of  the US government which should no longer be condoned;
  • That the United States government no longer has the financial resources, or public support to continue funding Israel. The billions of dollars in direct and indirect aid from US taxpayers to Israel since 1967 is not affordable and is increasingly being objected to by US taxpayers who oppose continuing American military involvement in the Middle East. US public opinion no longer supports funding and executing widely perceived illegal US wars on Israel’s behalf. This view is increasingly being shared by Europe, Asia and the International public;
  • Israel’s segregationist occupation infrastructure evidenced by  legalized discrimination and increasingly separate and unequal justice systems must no longer be directly or indirectly funded by the US taxpayers or  ignored by the US government;
  • Israel has failed as a claimed democratic state and continued American financial and political cover will not change its continuing devolution as international pariah state;
  • Increasingly,  rampant and violent racism exhibited among Jewish settlers in the West Bank is being condoned by the Israeli government to a degree  that the Israel government has become its protector and partner;
  • The expanding chasm  among American Jews objecting to Zionism and Israeli practices, including the killing and brutalizing of Palestinians under Israeli occupation,  are gross violations of American and International law and raise questions within the US Jewish community regarding the American responsibility to protect (R2P) innocent civilians under occupation;
  • The international opposition to the increasingly  apartheid regime can no longer be synchronized with American claimed  humanitarian values or US expectations in its bi-lateral relations with the 193 member United Nations;
  • The Draft ends with language about the need to avoid entangling alliances that alienate much of the World and condemn American citizens to endure the consequences.

Interestingly, it notes Iran as an example of a country and people that have much in common and whose citizens have a real interest in enjoy bilateral associations (here an apparent reference to Israel and its US lobby) not determined by the wishes of other countries and their agents. It also highlights the need for the US to undertake the repairing of relations with Arab and Muslim countries, including the drastically curtained use of drone aircraft.

The coming days will clarity the success of Israel’s in making an issue of the finding in the soon to be published draft report and the degree to which the Republican Party will gain for its findings in the race for the White House.

[Editor’s Note: While this report does not mention the source for the information concerning the alleged draft report, FPJ with permission from the author is able to disclose that the source is a staffer with a certain research unit of the CIA.]

  1. #1 by lolathecur on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    Glad he said it and not me as the adl has already labled me and attacked me through international newspapers( mostly israei). Free , free palestine and the rest of us from this pondscum.

  2. #2 by 01abaddon on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    This commentary is not in harmony with the facts, the reality is; country after country in North Africa and the Middle East has been either covertly thrown into turmoil or invaded. They are not going to stop now. They have ALWAYS complained about the cost of it all, and the politics of it all, but they continue to pursue their goals of global control. This arguement is nothing more than a red herring, look at what they are DOING, words and rhetoric are cheap, and nothing more than deceptive propaganda for the gullible.

  3. #3 by Wally D. on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    This 82 page intelligence paper, if it really exists and is released to the public, could very well be a game-changer

  4. #4 by amerikagulag on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    Any ‘post Israel’ world will include the One World Order run by the Rothschilds/Rockefellers and their minions. The ‘loss’ of israel will be a plan designed to elicit sympathy for Jews once again just like the Holohoax. The fact that the term ‘post israel’ is being mentioned anywhere in the world means quite clearly that the plan is in the making.

    Israel was created by the Rothschilds and it will be discarded BY THEM when their plan for world control is complete – but it will be used as a sympathy scam to keep the world from criticizing these thieves and murders.

  5. #5 by MJ on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    This article draws attention to the fact that there are more Americans who wish to put American interests first.

    However, as the title proposes does that mean they are preparing for a post Israeli Middle east, I think not, but they should continue working along these lines.
    At least they should try to save their country.

    Do not go down without a sound and not even a whimper.

  6. #6 by Scorpion on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    Yes gulag is correct just another pity the Jew scam

  7. #7 by Matthew/Boston on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    The possiblity of this alleged report isn’t particularly credible. And unless Mr. Lamb took the liberty of embellishing the wording, the language doesn’t lend to credibility, either. A very nice thought, though.

  8. #8 by Gary on 08/31/2012 - 9:34

    The only world worth living in is a jew free world. They are a cancer and just like any form of cancer, as long as one cell survives, it will just keep coming back.

  9. #9 by Ingrid B on 09/01/2012 - 9:34

    I agree with many of the above comments, Israel is only part of the problem, the main part of the problem, are those who sit in their ivory towers, deciding, and dictating, who will die, how many will die, what will, or will not, be destroyed, what the death and destruction will cost.. these psychos are the main problem, but, that said, it could be, that the parasitic entity has outlived it`s usefullness, and is about to be sacrificed, in a war to end all wars.. After it is all over, either way, war, no war, maybe then, Palestine will once again know peace, and if Palestine attains peace, so will the rest of us..

  10. #10 by Bob on 09/01/2012 - 9:34

    I can’t speak to the accuracy of the reporting, but if such a report were to be created in an objective manner, it would most certainly arrive at the conclusions stated. Israeli criminality is now so blatant that it is no longer possible to defend it without looking and sounding utterly ridiculous. Nobody is buying the mythology any longer. The damage to US interests has become so dramatic that it is no longer possible to hide it.

    You don’t have to be a brilliant political philosopher to see that the Israeli state, as it now exists, is simply not a viable political construct and that it can only continue to exist so long as the US government (or some other similarly powerful super-power patron) is willing to sacrifice its own interests to prop it up. Without massive US financial, political and military support, Israel could not exist as a nation state. Everything about the state is artificially subsidized with foreign capital. From its massive military, its defense industries, its hitech sector, its fuel supplies, to its government budget are all heavily subsidized directly or indirectly with the continued infusion of foreign money, primarily from the US and Germany.

    If the US and Europe were to simply cut off the transfer of all of these payments and “special” trade arrangements, the Israeli economy would collapse along with Israeli living standards. The result would be a massive exodus of Jews (most of whom are Europeans or Americans anyway) and Zionism and its state would simply collapse. This notion that Jews flock to Israel because they are willing to sacrifice and die for a Jewish homeland is not borne out by the facts. If it were not for the ecnomic incentives, very few Jews would choose to remain in Israel and fewer still would choose to immigrate there.

    If you really want to bring peace to the Middle East, you don’t need massive wars and titanic struggles…all you need to do is remove the reason why Jews choose to be there. Once the artificial subsidies are removed, what you are left with is a small core of extremist Jews with no money…or real military power that could easily be dealt with by the local Arab authorities.

  11. #11 by Wally D. on 09/01/2012 - 9:34

    Well said, Bob

  12. #12 by lolathecur on 09/01/2012 - 9:34

    At this point they would be forced to become part of humanity or die. How true your comment is. Good luck convincing fake judeo christians of this.

  13. #13 by Vickie Jacobs on 09/02/2012 - 9:34

    “The Republican Party is Israels best friend”

    Is Zionist Israel trying to gain sympathy? Now that the church has forgot that Jesus was the sacrifical lamb and are now placing physical Israel as the sacrificed lamb. That they aren’t bad. Well, remember the Jews killed the real sacrifice. The real sacrifice was innocent and they rejected him.

    Giving aid and sympathy to Israel as God’s chosen race is idolatry. John Hagee and others in the church are actually using the Jewish people to get blessings and the rapture. So they think. Instead, they should give the Jewish people God’s truth.

    ZION(Sion) represents the presence of the Lord himself, the lamb of God. Revelation 14:1. The church has this twisted that physical Israel is Zion. Salvation is spiritual Zion..Isaiah 46:13…he left physical Zion for the first was not in truth and came now to spiritual Zion for now it is truth…Zechariah 8:3. Spiritual Zion has yet to wake up to the truth..(Isaiah 66:8)…Isaiah 52:1. They are still sitting under their paid hirlings.

  14. #14 by michael mazur on 09/02/2012 - 9:34

    I don’t think this is a spoof. It means that Obama will win his 2nd term, his greatest gift will be that he will not aggress against Iran, and if Israel dares to, she will find Obama not moving as quickly in Israel’s defence as was once considered automatic and with full force.

    It will be this tardiness which will provide the window – if even for half a day, for a shower of missiles from Iran to fall on Israel, and hundreds of the overly precious Self Chosen will die. What Netanyahu wanted all this time from Obama, and didn’t get, was a simultaneous assault on Iran by both Israel and America, thus minimising Iranian retaliation against Israel.

    In practice this would have meant a token partnering with America, as Israel would have seized the opportunity of an ongoing mass slaughter in Iran to exterminate ALL the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza.

    Romney doesn’t have a domestic policy that isn’t threadbare and stale, so will run on ardent love for Israel for which he will pledge America’s young and treasure in perpetuity. People will see right thru all of that, and consider it as angling for Bush’s 3rd term – and Democrats will pick up on it.

    It’s really unwise for Congresswoman Illena Ros-Lehtinen to be hounding Obama about Iran, since the side show extermination of the Palestinian people will be seen, even in America, for what it is, cold blooded murder. Jewish power will then be on the wane dramatically world wide, and for good, for they will be seen for what they are, a murderous people, especially as The Holocaust was a LIE.

  15. #15 by Wally D. on 09/02/2012 - 9:34

    An interesting theory. A lot of missiles can be fired off in half a day.

  16. #16 by Bob on 09/04/2012 - 9:34

    If such “hesitation” were to occurr, it would not be because of Obama. He is clearly a tool of international Jewry, primarily of the internatnional investment bankers (who are primarily Jewish). Where I see the real resistance is among the US military. They have seen the vaunted and seemingly invincible US military be completely trashed by a decade of senseless wars in support of Jewish interests. They know what kind of disaster awaits the US if we are dragged into a general war with Iran. Even under the most optimistic forecasts, it would mean economic disaster on the home front and an expensive and unsustainable military stalemate in the Middle East/Central Asia. More likely it means military defeat and the collapse of US power, military, economic and political.

    It is a vice of most Generals/Admirals that they generally see war as a career opportunity, but in this case I beleive that they have come to see the magnitude of the disaster and that it would effectively destroy the institutions they serve. I do not believe that it is really Obama that is dragging his feat on the Iran war that Netanyahu is demanding. If Obama could I beleive he would submit to Netanyahus demands….I think it is the very real prospect of a military revolt that prevents his doing so. I think that the US senior military leadership have told him in no uncertain terms what war with Iran means and that they are not going to fall on their swords for the Israelis. This is why I believe the precursor to a US initiated war will be the replacement of the current senior US military leadership with more pliable persons.

    I could certainly see the US militar leadership sitting on their hands in the event of an Israeli strike on Iran. I could even see them going so far as to “suffer temporary technical difficulties” which would deprive the Israelis of real-time access to US sensor data…perhaps even going so far as to tip-off the Iranians to give them the opportunity to put up a defense against the Israeli strike. This last possibility strikes me as the best move by the US military as it would dramatically reduce the chances of Iranian attacks on US personnel or bases that would drag the US into the war. Particularly if the Iranians could inflict serious casualties on the Israeli strike forces. Such a defeat would do wonders for israeli public opinion which currently supports aggression against others out of a sense of their own invulnerability and the military weakness of their neighbors.

  17. #17 by Wally D. on 09/04/2012 - 9:34

    Nice post, Bob. The military may very well be our last hope as our civilian politicians have already sold us out to Israel

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