GOP Lawmakers Work for the Israeli Knesset
Ed. note: The image above is a part of the Golan Heights. Israel wants it, all of it. And the title of this post is not meant to be flippant. It is the truth about what is going on with Israel’s almost complete control over American politicians who receive substantial contributions from oligarchs running America to come up with these “laws” that benefit Israel irrespective of UN and the opposition by many countries. It is the same with the Christian-Zionist John Hagee’s outfit Christians United for Israel (CUI) in America that has direct connections back into Israel’s Knesset.
The outrage here is Americans are being forced to accept that their “national security” is at risk by not protecting Israel’s claim to the Golan Heights to protect Israel from Syria and Iran. None of these bills being passed by the US senate and congress have anything to do with what the American people care about. It will become even more outrageous when this post is read. Israel is run by a criminal syndicate which should be clear by now in everyone’s mind. To expand Israel’s greater interests in the region over resources like oil, gas and especially water critical to Israel’s expansion, an Israeli-engineered war against Syria was required. Think Trump’s “peace plan” for Gaza Strip is going to work out for the Palestinians? Thank again.
The US GOP lawmakers (both a house bill and a senate bill) who introduced this bill to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights are Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX and Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR). Both Cruz and Cotton work for Israel and receive payouts from Israeli lobby groups and the Committee for Israel. How’s that for having friends in high places when Benjamin Netenyahu flies off to Mocow to consult with Russia’s Putin on Netenyahu’s domestic problem of being indicted for petty crimes like “misconduct involving abuse of power.” It’s a bogus stage show when one thinks about how Israel is ruled: “by way of deception, we shall make war...” This should come as no surprise since Israel runs US foreign policy through various think thanks and Israeli lobbies in the US.
President Trump’s “peace plan” (it’s not really Trump’s peace plan, it is Jared Kushner’s plan working with Saudi Arabia with Saudi Arabia providing the support) for Gaza Strip will ultimately fail with Israel continuing to expand the Greater Israel Project throughout the region as Saudi Arabia and Israel in coordination with Russia work out their plans for Iran and Syria. This is probably why Syria’s President Bashar al Assad recently went to Iran. Although the Golan Heights is Israeli occupied Syrian territory, both President Trump and Vice President Pence (Christian-Zionist) recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
Trump is busy taking down every country he can including now Cuba in a long uninterrupted history of US intervention for the past 70 years, while Israel’s power increases yearly. What makes all this even more egregious to the American people, is that while Israel is becoming a regional power, and billions are being tossed to other countries, American infrastructure is collapsing. Israel, what’s this we hear your nuclear waste has been dumped in the Golan Heights? Can we get few technicians out of Dimona to go out to the Golan Heights please, and clean that shit up? Shimon Peres would be really upset were he to learn of this.
UN Report: Israel Using Syrian Golan for Radioactive Nuclear Waste Dump
Source: The Jerusalem Post
GOP lawmakers introduce bill recognizing Israeli sovereignty over Golan
Trump administration officials have privately asked their Israeli counterparts to quiet that lobbying campaign.
By Michael Wilner • February 28, 2019
WASHINGTON – Republican members of Congress have introduced a bill that would recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
The bill has no Democratic cosponsors and has not received the backing of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) – nor of the Trump administration, which remained silent on the bill on Wednesday.
But Israeli officials in recent months have pushed for US recognition of sovereignty over the territory, which Israel seized from Syria in 1967, ever since US President Donald Trump took the step of recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital one year ago. Already in 2017, during this first visit to Washington, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked both US President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan.
Trump administration officials have privately asked their Israeli counterparts to quiet the lobbying campaign. But GOP members of Congress have now taken up the mantle, pushing forward with a bicameral bill despite Democratic control in the House.
Please go to The Jerusalem Post to read this article.
At first it may seem pretty doubtful to learn that one of the best kept secrets is that the alleged oil deposits sitting underneath the Golan Heights are estimated to be more than the vast pools of oil under Saudi Arabia. The reason why the GOP lawmakers in the US introduced this bill is because this will provide an enormous revenue for Israel and American oil interests in the development of the oil fields under the Golan Heights.
Environmentalists in Israel seem to think that fracking will be required to extract what is thought to be “billions of barrels of oil” sitting underneath a volcanic area in the Golan Heights. Does anyone think for a moment with advanced drilling technology fracking will be used to extract billions of barrels of oil? Good luck environmentalists, when you realize who sits on the board of Genie Oil with its subsidiary Afek Oil and Gas in Israel, any ideas you may have about slowing down Israel becoming the regional power are zero.
The British oligarch-owned The Economist published a news article on the problems Israel would face drilling for billions of barrels of oil out of the Golan Heights. The “problem” (not really a problem considering the British-Israeli Society) as The Economist sees the situation, are threats of terrorism against Israel coming from Syria. That argument is ridiculous when one stops to consider that the international criminal conspiracy to destroy and shatter Syria through a proxy terrorist army mostly referred to as “ISIS”, haven’t once attacked Israel since March, 2011.
With Oil, Water and Iran as Targets, US on Brink of Recognizing Israeli Sovereignty Over Golan Heights
Israel is now pushing for the U.S. to recognize its sovereignty over the Golan for fear of losing it completely, even though such recognition could result in an all-out war between Israel and Syria, as well as with Syrian allies such as Iran and Lebanon’s Hezbollah.
by Whitney Webb • February 27, 2019
WASHINGTON — A new bill recently introduced in the Senate, along with its companion bill in the House, would result in the United States government recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over Syria’s Golan Heights, which has been occupied by Israel since 1967. The territory was later annexed in 1981, but the international community — including the United States — has not recognized Israel’s claim to the Syrian territory.
In addition, the bill would also promote the U.S. conducting “joint projects” with Israel in the Golan, including “industrial research and development.” This is sure to result in joint U.S.-Israeli efforts to extract the large oil reserves recently discovered in the Golan Heights, as the rights to extract that oil were granted to the joint U.S.-Israeli venture Genie Energy soon after its discovery was made public.
The move to introduce legislation regarding the contested territory has been hinted at for months by top Israeli officials, especially following the decision of the Trump administration to unilaterally recognize the city of Jerusalem as belonging exclusively to Israel and as being that country’s capital.
Working the Iran angle
Last May, Israeli Intelligence Minister Israel Katz told Reuters that Washington’s endorsement of Israel’s control of the Golan Heights was now “topping the agenda” in bilateral diplomatic talks between the two countries, and that such a move would likely come within a matter of months, though it apparently took longer than Katz had originally anticipated.
Katz also had stated that U.S. recognition of the Golan was being peddled to the Trump administration as a way to further counter Iran, the goal that has now become the guiding force behind President Donald Trump’s Middle East policy. In addition, Katz had stated that bilateral discussions regarding U.S. recognition of the Golan had vastly expanded to involve various levels of the U.S. administration as well as several Congressmen.
The effort to which Katz alluded last year appears to have paid off in the form of the recently introduced bills in both the House and the Senate. The Senate bill was introduced by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who is the top Republican recipient of pro-Israel lobby contributions in the U.S. Senate, and Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), who is also heavily funded by the pro-Israel lobby. Indeed, Cotton received over $700,000 from the Emergency Committee for Israel in 2014 and nearly $1 million from that same group a year later.
Please go to MPN to read the entire article.
Need water resources? Ask Israel, they got the technology from America. This is how Israel can keep Palestinians on their knees: water.
Will Saudi Arabia, the US and Israel really try to pull this off against Iran during the April-May, 2019 time frame while the Americans simultaneously move militarily against Venezuela?