November 24, 2018
Careful, Paul – that’s the kind of thing that the Jews will break your bones over.
Historically, if there’s one thing the Democrats and Republicans could always agree on, it’s that giving more money to the Jews is a good thing.
The spirit of “bi-partisanship” is essentially “do what’s good for the Jews.”
Say what you want about Rand Paul, but he has the balls to do at least token acts of resistance against Israel and her allies. Just recently, he was also the first to request that funding to Saudi Arabia be cut after the whole Khashoggi fiasco.
Now he’s trying to block the latest “give Jews billions of dollars” bill about to hit congress.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who has a history of being skeptical about U.S. taxpayer funds toward the Jewish state, has placed a hold on the U.S.-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018, which provides Israel with $38 billion in military aid over the next decade.
Why do the Jews need so much money to “defend” themselves against all of their neighbors? Could it be that every other country around them is filled with people who hate them for no rational reason?
Or could it be that Israel itself is the problem?
Really makes you think…
This has caused backlash from organizations such as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
“This bipartisan legislation authorizes full funding of security assistance to ensure Israel has the means to defend itself,” AIPAC posted on Facebook with a link to “urge Sen. Paul to stop blocking aid to Israel.”
“We are working hard to gain a final vote on this critical legislation,” AIPAC spokesperson Marshall Wittmann told JNS. “We believe that it will be enacted before Congress adjourns for the year.”
This is a newspaper written for Jews, so they don’t mind laying out the fact that there are foreign agents in Washington pressuring and bribing our politicians to send our taxpayer money to their governments.
If a nationalist were to say “our politicians are doing the Jew’s bidding because they’re being controlled by AIPAC,” he would obviously be dismissed as a “lunatic conspiracy theorist” though.
Again, none of the things we say are secret or controversial – the Jews have no problem admitting all of it in their own publications. It’s only when you start informing the goyim about these facts that you’re suddenly labelled a “hater.”
A hold is a procedure where a senator tells his or her floor leader that he or she does not want a specific measure to reach the floor for consideration, and therefore may filibuster any motion to proceed to debate the bill or other measure.
However, in this case, Majority Leader and fellow Kentucky Republican, Sen. Mitch McConnell, does not have to abide by Paul’s request.
Yeah, it’s very unlikely that without support, this gesture by Rand Paul will actually block the aid package.
And even though Trump gains nothing from this either, as the Jews will continue attacking him no matter what he does for Israel, he can’t exactly support Rand Paul and block this either, because of his need for the support of Evangelicals.
So all in all, this is just political theater. But any public criticism of Israel is obviously a good thing – which is why basically no mainstream publication aimed at goyim are reporting on this.