Kikejew proposes Israeli sanctions on US
In a sign of growing concern in Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's government over US President Barack Obama's Middle East policies, Minister-without-Portfolio Yossi Peled proposed Israeli sanctions on the US in a letter to cabinet ministers on Sunday.
Peled added that faced with an American government with an activist agenda that does not mesh with Israel's, traditional reactions are no longer relevant. He said he expected that Obama would eventually realize that appeasement and dialogue with countries that support terror would not have positive results.(Perhaps not, but a parasite cutting its nose to spite its own face would have extremely positive results.)
But in the interim, the minister suggests reconsidering military and civilian purchases from the US, selling sensitive equipment that Washington opposes distributing internationally, and allowing other countries that compete with the US to get involved with the peace process and be given a foothold for their military forces and intelligence agencies.
Peled said that shifting military acquisition to America's competition would make Israel less dependent on the US. For instance, he suggested buying planes from the France-based Airbus firm instead of the American Boeing. (Good riddance kikejews. You don't "buy" anything from us anyways. It's all freely given along with the $3 billion in annual aid. The old phrase "beggars can't be choosers" comes to mind.)
In what may be his most controversial suggestion, Peled recommends intervening in American congressional races to weaken Obama and asking American Jewish donors not to contribute to Democratic congressional candidates. He predicted that this would result in Democratic candidates pressuring Obama to become more pro-Israel.(Wow, so "controversial". This is what the kikejews do anyways. Ask Cynthia McKinney and James Trafficant among others.)
Peled called for the formation of a new body intended to influence American public opinion. The groups he suggests courting include Hispanic Americans and Labor unions in industries that benefit from Israeli military acquisitions.(What rock has Peled been living under? These bodies exist. They're called the ADL, AIPAC, and the American Mainstream Media.)
Peled told the Post on Monday that he still hoped common ground could be found with the Obama administration, but just in case that did not happen, Israel must be ready.(Ya, Mossad must be ready vith da false flag operation. Ya, headlines vill read "White Supremacist plot to kill Obama Succeeds." Ya dats da vey!!!)
"We must make every effort to maintain our relationship with the US and I respect Obama, but Israel has its own interests and we have to know what our alternatives are," Peled said. "I don't think what I suggest is vengeful. I just think that even a superpower must behave like a partner."(You are not, nor have you ever been a "partner", Shlomo. You're a fucking parasite.)
Peled personally gave the letter to Netanyahu at Sunday's cabinet meeting and urged him to take it seriously. But a source close to the prime minister reacted to it with scorn and stressed that none of Peled's suggestions would be implemented.(Netty's response: Vhat?! Iss he meshugginah?!?! Dis iss da golden goose! Ve got a little more vays to go before vee bleed da goyim dry, den vee cut dem loose!")
"The government's goal is to cooperate with the US," an official in the Prime Minister's Office said. "Jerusalem and Washington have a special relationship and we expect that relationship to continue to be strong, intimate and cooperative."(And subservient. Don't forget subservient.)
Shoshana Bryen, the senior director for security policy at the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs in Washington, said she could understand Peled's perspective but worried about its consequences.
"If what he's doing is expressing the frustration that after being a good friend and ally, as Israel has been, he feels like Israel is being stepped on, then he's right," she said, adding that it was appropriate to make America aware of those feelings.
But she warned that such expressions could "take on a life of their own," and that some of Peled's policy prescriptions could be less than helpful for the Jewish state.
For instance, while Bryen said it made sense for Israel to diversify its military sales partners in any case, relationships with European and Russian companies and countries were likely to be subject to some of the same issues.(Good luck trying to bilk other countries out of war materiel. And try paying for it without that 3 billion dollars.)
In addition, she noted, America might not be pleased.(and then, on cue, Abe Foxman would come out with a report entitled "Anti-Semitism On The Rise.")
"If you take on a big country when you're a small country, you have to be very, very cognizant of the ways a big country can respond," she said.
The State Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Peled's letter.
But Democratic political activists in Washington dismissed out of hand Peled's suggestions, saying that such an approach would have little chance of influencing Congress's posture on Israel.(In a sane world, however, it would be the impetus for severing ties with the bandit state all together.)
"It shows Yossi Peled is terribly uninformed about US politics," said National Jewish Democratic Council Executive Director Ira Forman. "He doesn't understand the politics of the American Jewish community. He doesn't understand the politics of the Democratic party."("He doesn't understand that we own these assholes outright.")
Forman argued that Republicans had long tried to use the issue of Israel to peel Jews away from the Democratic Party with limited success, as the constituency continued to vote overwhelmingly Democrat.(Vhat to do, vhat to do? Do ve go for da party dat sucks our iss-railly dick vithout question or go for da party dat pushes our social agenda to destroy da goyim? Wait, vhat are ve vorried about? Ve own da whole process. Ya, dats da vey!)
He predicted that such efforts, if attempted, would neither shift congressional support away from Obama nor boomerang to hurt Israel's backing on Capitol Hill.(Ya, like I said. Ve own dese assholes outright!)
But other Jewish leaders were concerned that Peled's recommendations might create negative repercussions.(uhh, like the American sheeple actually waking up to the fact that our "gallant little ally" is anything but?)
"Just as it is inadvisable and inappropriate for the United States government to interfere in the domestic political affairs of the State of Israel, it is totally wrong-headed and dangerous for the Government of Israel to attempt to inject itself into American electoral politics," said William Daroff, director of the United Jewish Communities' Washington office .(So said the tail that wags the dog and interferes in every aspect of our lives.)
"I have no doubt that Prime Minister Netanyahu did not know in advance about this proposal, and that he would reject it as outlandish."("after briefly considering it.")http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1244371046569&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull