Monday, November 9, 2020

Israel's Benjamin Netenyahu as the US Secretary of State - Whatever Israel Wants Israel Gets - Pan Eurasian Super State Takes Shape - City of London's "Forward Fire Base": Israel - Manchurian Candidate Kamala Harris's Dismal Take on Israel-Palestine - Joe Biden's Love Affair

Ed.'s note: The foundation of what is going on in America with the presidential voting controversy between Biden and Trump despite America being the most "technologically advanced country in the world" sits Israel. As America is engulfed in political warfare, massive voting fraud (allegedly), potential chaos and violence, Israel and Iran are now making peace initiatives reshaping the region around Israel and Iran into China's Belt & Road Initiative and the Pan Eurasian super state. As the forward fire base for the City of London, Israel always comes out on top attested to with the Trump administration preparing to sell the United States of Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor to Israel. 

News update for 13 November 2020 on Kamala Harris:


Joe Biden's love affair with Israel will pick up where it left off

By Ali Abunimah | 8 November 2020
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has every reason to expect Joe Biden will deliver for Israel, just as the Obama administration did. (US Embassy Jerusalem)

With Donald Trump still disputing his loss of the US presidential election, there has been a lot of attention to which foreign leaders congratulated the winners after the race was called on Saturday.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took his time, waiting until well after other world leaders had recognized Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the victors.

But finally, on Sunday, Netanyahu joined the club.

"Joe, we've had a long and warm personal relationship for nearly 40 years, and I know you as a great friend of Israel," Netanyahu wrote in a tweet addressing President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris.

"I look forward to working with both of you to further strengthen the special alliance between the US and Israel."

It was undoubtedly another awkward moment for Netanyahu, whose close identification with Trump's ultra-nationalist, white supremacist populism has been a hallmark of the last few years.

But Netanyahu is right about Biden's unconditional, career-long commitment to Israel.

Back in 1986, Biden told the Senate that Israel is "the best $3 billion investment we make."

"Were there not an Israel, the United States of America would have to invent an Israel to protect our interests in the region," Biden asserted.

It's a theme he returns to time and again.

"Israel is the single greatest strength America has in the Middle East," Biden told an interviewer in 2007.

"When I was a young senator, I'd say, 'If I were a Jew I'd be a Zionist,'" Biden added. "I am a Zionist, you don't have to be a Jew to be a Zionist."

Lovers' quarrel

Biden's love for Israel has survived everything that has been thrown at it. This includes the public humiliation Netanyahu's government inflicted on Biden in 2010, when he was vice president.

Israel apparently timed the announcement of a new colony in occupied East Jerusalem specifically to embarrass Biden, who was visiting Israel in an effort to advance the Obama administration’s “peace” efforts.

Obama had been urging Israel to pause settlement construction to give the initiative a chance.

Yet the lovers' quarrel was quickly forgotten.

Israel went on to build almost as many settlement homes on occupied Palestinian land during the Obama years as it did during the George W. Bush administration.

Not only that, but as Israel killed an average of 11 children per day during its summer 2014 assault on Gaza, the Obama-Biden administration resupplied Israel with munitions.

True friends don't let friends run out of missiles when they are bombing an impoverished, defenseless refugee population caged in a ghetto.

During its 51-day assault, Israel killed more than 2,200 Palestinians.

The Obama-Biden administration sprung into action to thwart Palestinians from seeking justice for Israeli war crimes at the International Criminal Court.

Anyone hoping for something different this time around should prepare for quick disappointment.

Biden adopts Trump policies

Biden has already endorsed some of Trump's signature pro-Israel policies.

He has welcomed the normalization deals the Trump administration brokered between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

Biden has pledged not to move the US embassy from Jerusalem back to Tel Aviv.

Yet there is a slight shift in tone.

In a pre-election interview, Kamala Harris pledged that the Biden administration would restore humanitarian aid for Palestinians cut by Trump, and re-open the US consulate in East Jerusalem.

Restoring aid to East Jerusalem's hospitals or the refugee agency UNRWA would be welcome – to the extent that it actually helps Palestinians in need.

Please go to Electric Intifada to read the entire article. 

Ed.'s note: In this 2016 video clip, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu explains the importance of migrating Russian Jews with key technical skills to the United States (capture Microsoft) and Israel to maximize their technical skill sets to make Soviet Israel the world's leading technological power. 


This is a "deep state" (Peter Dale Scott) outfit:

The Intelligence Summitt (Israel Truth Week) 

The deep state "startup nation" Israel...there is nothing particularly "deep" about it. Hidden yes, but not deep...

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