Obama To Release Israeli Nuclear Spy?
A Commentary by J. D. Longstreet
the world of espionage, friends spy on friends all the time. And I do
mean ALL THE TIME. So, it should come as no surprise that Israel spies
on the US just as the US spies on Israel. The same goes for all our
allies. It is a necessary evil.
I know the eighties and
nineties is considered ancient history in the US but you really ought to
remember who, exactly, Jonathan Pollard was/is.
Jay Pollard is the American Jew who spied for Israel out of misguided
loyalty, a man who believed that his documents and information would
make Israel more secure in its war against international terrorism. When
arrested in November 1985, he claimed he had been turning over secret
documents-many of which, he maintained, should have been provided to
Israel by the United States-for only fourteen months. The Israeli
government apologized for its spying and insisted that the recruitment
of Pollard was an aberration, an unauthorized "rogue" operation. Pollard
is now serving a life sentence for espionage." -- SOURCE: http://www.american-buddha.com/lit.samsonoptionhersh.21.htm
a few days ago there was a hot rumor, making the journalistic rounds,
that US Secretary of State John Kerry was considering offering to
release Pollard to Israel as a chit, if you will, in his pitiful pleas
for a peace deal between Israel and the so-called Palestinians. It is
just another pathetic demonstration of just how bad US foreign policy
under the Obama Regime really is. It's bad -- and getting worse as the
A simple reading of history will tell you, clearly,
there will not be a peace deal between the Israelis and the so-called
Palestinians. Not a REAL one, anyway.
Pollard was the "real deal."
He was caught, tried, convicted, and jailed for life. But in Obama's
desperation for a peace deal in the Middle East he is willing, once
again, to overlook the law.
How long, oh, Lord, must we endure the Obama plague upon America?
The Palestinians are not nearly so interested in a state of their own
as they are in totally destroying the state of Israel.
There is a
heck of a lot of history behind this Palestinian and Israeli conflict,
which current US leadership chooses to ignore. Let’s review a bit of
Did you know that the area and the people,
erroneously called Palestinians, were offered a state of their own back
in the 1930’s? Bet you didn’t know that.
It seems we have to go
over the history of the rejected Palestinian state over and over and I
can only surmise the public school system and the university and college
systems in the US simply don’t teach it!
the plain truth is… the people, calling themselves Palestinians, have
been offered a state of their own at least three times since the 1936
Arab revolt. They have flatly turned it down every time! Yes! The
first offer made by the Peel Commission in the 1930s offered them a vast
piece of real estate much larger than that offered to the Jews… and …
they turned it down!
UN Resolution 181 passed soon after the Second World War gave Israel 55% of the
so-called Palestine and the Palestinians 45%. The Jews accepted and in
doing so recognized that Palestine would become a state next door to
them. They, the Israelis, accepted that. But the Arabs rejected it,
flat out, and started another war against the Jews, which they, the
Arabs, promptly lost.
It has been 66 years, or so, now and the
whining and moaning is still coming from the “woe is me” crowd who
called themselves Palestinians.
The problems between Israel and
the Palestinians are not because Israel has settled some disputed land.
No! The cause of all the trouble in that “center of the earth” strip
of land is due entirely to the Arabs refusal to accept the existence of a
Jewish state called Israel, or called anything else, for that matter.
That is the crux of the problem.
The so-called Palestinians
continue to demand the "Right of Return" guarantee in the negotiations.
“Right of Return” is far more dangerous to the state of Israel than an
all out attack by their Arab neighbors.
So what is the Right of Return?
“The idea of the right of return is to demand that Israel allow the
descendants of the 750,000 Palestinians who were displaced in 1948 and
their families (which now stands at almost 4 million) back into Israel
and give them full compensation for their troubles. Even if only half of
these Palestinians returned, it would alter Israel's identity as a
Jewish state and effectively create a second Palestinian state. One
assumption made under the right of return is that all the Arabs that
lived in Israel proper were forcibly expelled from their homes in 1947
and 48. This is a myth. While historians know for a fact that a small
number of the 750,000 displaced Arabs were forcibly expelled by Zionist
militias (a famous example being Deir Yassin), honest and impartial
historians also know that a large number of this 750,000 strong
population left on their own, either to avoid an upcoming war between
the Zionists and the Arabs, or to join the Arabs in the fighting against
the newly established state.” (From: http://www.themiddleeastnow.com/nopalestinianstate.html)
Palestinians will obfuscate, and delay, and continue to carry on their
war to wipe Israel from the face of the map. They will use any means to
So why do I continue to insist that a Palestinian state
will lead, almost immediately, to war between Israel and the State of
Palestine? The answer is so simple it is appalling to me that the world
does not see it. But, so far as Mr. Obama's inability to comprehend is
concerned, I think Winston Churchill summed him up with these words
uttered in the House of Commons way back in 1933: "We know that
he has, more than any other man, the gift of compressing the largest
number of words into the smallest amount of thought." Uh-Huh!
Look, the moment Palestine occupies a piece of ground that is considered strategic to the survival of Israel a shooting war will begin.
When the war begins there will be a re-alignment of nations supporting
both the so-called Palestinians and the Israelis. The nations of the
world will be, once again, at each other’s throats. It is just that
simple and just that horrible.
Never forget that the intent of
the so-called Palestinians is not so much statehood as it is the total
destruction of the state of Israel.
If the nations of the world
want the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian to end, then they
should get out of the way and allow them to go at each other until one
or the other is wiped out. As a student of history, I have no doubt who
will be standing when the dust clears.
But that is not going to
happen. Anti-Semitism is running rampant in Europe today. Although we
have it here in America it is no where near as strong as in the
remainder of the world. It is just as virile as it was in the 1500's,
the 1600's, the 1700's, the 1800's, and the 1900's. It is just as strong today, if not stronger.
I think it is caused by fear and envy.
you choose to believe in God, or not, it does not change the fact that
the Jewish people have found favor in His sight. They are under His
protection and many of us who are not Jews despise that fact.
It is, I believe, just that basic and just that simple. Fear and envy
-- the same motivations that caused Cain to kill his brother Abel.
is my unshakable belief that as soon as America installs a leader
friendly to Israel, the fortunes of our country will turn around and we
will return to our former glory. It is not going to happen under the
It seems to me it would be more beneficial to
America, and the world, if America's leadership, no matter the political
party, would just abandon their efforts at trying to force Israel into a
deal that would most certainly result in a national life or death war
for both the Israelis and the so-called Palestinians, and throw its not
inconsiderable resources into efforts to secure Israel from it's
J. D. Longstreet