I thought since you hated the Jews so much as well as the U.S.A, well you get my point.[/quote]
I prefer to direct my anger to the real problem, not the “manufactured” one.
New documentary evidence points to an Israeli connection to 9/11
The inclusion of Suter, an Israeli, and the front man for what even the Forward acknowledges was a Mossad operation, on an official list of terrorist suspects should silence, for good, those who dismiss the Israeli connection to 9/11 as a “myth,” urban or otherwise…
What we do know is this: it is no longer possible to deny that the US government believes Israel had some connection to the events leading up to 9/11. The documentary evidence, along with the reported testimony of patriots within law enforcement, is accumulating to the point where it can no longer be ignored.
Just how far does Israeli malevolence go? I’m afraid we’re about to find out…
That a majority of neoconservatives and the architects of perpetual war are JEWISH is an UNAVOIDABLE FACT.
After Libby, All Roads Lead to Feith
Considering the neocons had a pre-planned war in the works that needed to be kicked off with a “new Pearl Harbor” type event – Israeli involvement in 9/11, AS A FACT, should be the topic of just about EVERY political discussion.
A prevalent Israeli connection is found in every single facet of our grand “war on terror” – if you care at all about the US, you’d better soon wake up and quit worrying about phony confessions from manufactured boogie men and worry about the REAL danger to America – the people dictating our foreign policy.
Cheney says U.S. ‘unflinching’ on Israel
Obama: Iran threatens all of us - Won’t rule out force in speech in Chicago to pro-Israel group
Obama Embraces Israel “Security” Mythology
In order to be selected to run as president here in the United States, the field of “hopefuls” must pay homage to Israel, AIPAC, and the “New York money men,” as Wesley Clark has noted…
American senators to visit Israel
“We formed the committee four years ago, when I was Chairman of the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. It is the only joint committee between the American Congress and another country,” said Steinitz.
“We think that it is important that the members of the delegation feel the connection and understand Israel better. They are mostly non-Jewish and we want them to feel some obligation to the country,” he added…