Bill introduced in Congress to make Israel ‘major strategic ally’

Legislation introduced in time for annual AIPAC conference would give Israel one-of-a-kind status; bill also calls for Israel to join visa waiver program for select nationals entering U.S.


A Republican and a Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives introduced legislation that would make Israel a “major strategic ally,” a one-of-a-kind designation.

The bill, introduced Monday by U.S. Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a Republican from Florida, and Ted Deutch, a Democratic from Florida, is timed for the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference, and 13,000 activists are expected to lobby for it and for Iran-related bills on Tuesday.

The “major strategic ally” bill codifies a number of existing facets of the relationship, including annual defense assistance and cooperation on missile defense, energy research and cyber security.

It also calls for Israel to join the program that waives pre-arranged visas for select nationals entering the United States.

The Iran-related bills AIPAC activists will champion would tighten sanctions aimed at forcing that country to suspend its suspected nuclear weapons program and would call for the president to support Israel should it feel “compelled” to strike Iran. Iran insists its nuclear program is peaceful.

Speaker after speaker at the AIPAC conference called on the Obama administration to make clear that Iran faces a military option if it does not comply with demands to make its nuclear activities more transparent.

“We need to recognize that military action against Iran may become necessary to protect America, Israel and our allies,” Rep. Eric Cantor, a Republican from Virginia, the U.S. House of Representatives majority leader, said in his address Monday night to the AIPAC conference.

Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.), the minority whip, sounded a similar call.

“If there is one lesson we have learned about the Middle East in recent years, it is that nuance is not only not effective but can be dangerous,” he said. “We must speak with unambiguous clarity: The United States will not accept a nuclear-weapons-capable Iran.”

  1. #1 by G Street on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    How come we have no representatives working the other side, rolling back the foreign takeover of our politics and security? We should have more restrictions on dual citizens. Israeli citizens and corporations should be treated as any other foreign power with the default assumption being they do not have our best interests in mind. Not only is AIPAC foreign, but look at the affiliation of the senators and representatives always sponsoring Israeli control of the US. It’s time to end the political correctness of not noticing that Jewish representatives have a dual interest, one that prioritizes foreign usurpation of our economy and politics, resulting in second class citizenship for US.

  2. #2 by flek on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    This about sums it up now doesn’t it?




    — Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
    October 3, 2001

  3. #3 by Gary on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    Can anyone in DC spell BUDGET? Does anyone in DC know how hard it is to live from moment to moment or I guess they’ve never worried about where they are going to lay their head at night. They all should be thrown in the gutter permanently.

  4. #4 by CK on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    Americans have to make do with less so Israhell can have more. But wait – there’s a blessing from Yahweh in there somewhere.

  5. #5 by Tony on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    Does anyone know the “HR” # of this House bill, as I would like to call “my” congresspersons office and give him an earful.

  6. #6 by Deadbeat on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    Most people are not aware that the first “free-trade” agreement was between Israel and the U.S. agreed to by the Reagan Administration in 1984. This hardly gets mention especially by the former members of the Reagan crowd who still praise Reagan. I’m thinking mostly of Pat Buchanan and Paul Craig Roberts who still heap praise on the administration where the neo-cons (Jews) made their foray and infiltration of the government via the Republican party.

    Israel has gain numerous government contracts via this agreement which barely gets the mention and scrutiny that is deserves. All of these bills for Israel harkens back to that “agreement” which should be repealed.

  7. #7 by Mr. Jonz on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    I say we declare war on these parasites and nuke them off the planet. It’s the only way to be sure.

  8. #8 by Leo on 03/05/2013 - 9:34

    The Zionist have robbed the American people of their wealth and a better future, now they have to fight for the bastards . Nuke’em,

  9. #9 by Arminius on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    Under the Symington Amendment of the 1961 Foreign Assistance Act, Israel is not entitled to one penny of US taxpayer support, because – as has been validated by both former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and former US President Carter, that Israel has nuclear weapons, but will not be a signatory to the NNPT, nor will it allow IAEA inspection of their facilities.

  10. #10 by Vasz Bedanya on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    How long before they run outright governorship over us usless goyim? Or was that already passed under Bush Sr Noahide Laws of 91?

  11. #11 by Bob on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    “How come we have no representatives working the other side, rolling back the foreign takeover of our politics and security?”

    The answer is quite simple. The Jews control our money supply and through that control they essentially have access to an unlimited number of dollars which they can simply create out of thin air as they see fit. This is not an exageration. This is precisely what has been going on for a very long time now. With that kind of money, they have been able to buy up control of all of our media which gives them effective control over public opinion. They have used this money power to alter the rules of our electoral system to allow themselves to inject unlimited amounts of money to sway elections and hence very few people get into congress (and nobody gets in the White House) without their approval. Anyone who happens to get into congress that doesn’t toe their line, is very quickly and effeciently removed from office via the next election, through some engineered scandal or simply killed if need be.

    It would be difficult to over-state the pervasiveness of Jewish power in this country…and the world. Through their control of the USA and the dollar (the worlds reserve currency) and before it, the UK and the pound (the worlds previous reserve currency) they have been able to penetrate most of the nations of the world. When we used to hear about “opening up markets” what was really meant is opening up nations to the penetrations of Jewish power so that the Jews could do to those nations what they have done here. They move in and take control of the nations banks and currency. They buy their politicians and gain control of their natural resources. They use their control of these governments to award themselves lucrative trade deals whereby they extract the wealth of the country leaving the native populations in squalor and hunger.

    The last nation to come close to throwing off Jewish rule was Germany in the1930’s. The parallels between Weimar Germany and todays USA are quite striking. People should look at the level of Jewish control in Germany during the 1920’s. This control extended not just to politics, banking and commerce, but also to education, entertainment, media, the legal profession and more. The Jews were essentially taking over not just the Gerjman state and economy,but were directly attacking their very culture…just as they are doing to us today. If anything, Jewish control in the US today is even more pervasive than it was in Weimar Germany back then.

    We should have no illusions about the reaction of Jewish power to any serious challenge to their rule here. The last great struggle against the Jews took tens of millions of lives and laid waste to entire continents. How much worse will it be this time?

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