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    • Gerard Demoor
    • 08.09.06 | 21:28 (IDT)

    Of course the American Jews should rethink their "help" to Israel. In almost all countries massively "helped" by rich countries, the outcome is always the same. A good part of the money flows in the hands of the leading class mainly the politicians, making that these are working harder to please their money sources, then to increase the well beeing of those by whom they are chosen. Also maffia type of activities are started up by these people, in order to get even more money. Another sink for this philatropic money is the military, who as every body knows are like little boys. They buy the newest weaponry , make war in order to test them, buy new stuff again etc. the behaviour of spoiled kids. Should the "philanthropic" American aid to Israel stop? I think it should because this form of "help" will bring finally Israel on its knees. The only help that should be given is to projects that are a co-production of Israel and one of its neighbours. This will help to sink finally the USS Israel, the American controlled batlleship.

    from the article: Rethinking Jewish American deterrence
    First published 00:00 07.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 07.09.06
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