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    • hollingsworth
    • 08.10.06 | 18:17 (IST)

    Mr. Levy asks: "Can all this,(i.e. failure of the American administration to demand an end to the occupation), be attributed to the omnipotent Jewish lobby, which causes Israel more harm than good?" I challenge anyone with even a modicum of objectively-oriented intelligence to deny that the ubiquitous Jewish lobby is enormously influential upon most ME policy decisions taken by the American administration and American politicians in general. Just gather together a roster of many of the truly influential American lobbying organizations, presidential advisors, (not to mention elected politicians), think-tank analysts, media consultants, journalists, TV and radio talking heads, high ranking Pentagon and State Dept. appointees, agency directors, etc. and you've got a veritable Who's Who of Zionist Jewry and their fellow travelers, either covertly or overtly bent upon securing most, if not all, of Palestine under Israeli rule and Jewish hegemony. This is not rocket science.

    from the article: The mystery of America
    First published 00:00 08.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 08.10.06
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