Increasingly Desperate Jewish Lobby Openly Plays “Support Israel” Card against Syria

David Duke
September 6, 2013

As opinion polls show that an overwhelming majority of Americans are opposed to attacking Syria, an increasingly desperate Zionist Supremacist-run Obama administration has resorted to the one trick it hopes will persuade Congress: openly admitting that an attack on Syria will be in Israel’s interests.


The tactic to openly link Israel’s interests to an attack on Syria is most likely in response to the repeated exposure of the Zionist Supremacist hands behind the entire maneuver.

The Jewish Supremacists, thoroughly exposed to the glare of public inquiry, have obviously decided to change tactics and instead of continuing to pretend that the current crisis is about America—which it is not—and rather just admit outright it is all about Israel.

The abrupt admission is clearly a last-ditch attempt to persuade the House to support military action, after all previous attempts to produce “evidence” have floundered in the face of widespread counter information on the internet.

According to an article in the prominent news source, the “Obama administration is using a time-tested pitch to get Congress to back military strikes in Syria: It will help protect Israel.

“Israel’s enemies, including Iran and the terrorist group Hezbollah, could be emboldened if Congress fails to approve action against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, senior administration officials said Saturday.

“And for the second day in a row, President Barack Obama publicly cited the threat against Israel if Assad’s reported use of chemical weapons goes unchecked.

“Secretary of State John Kerry also referred to Israel repeatedly as he made the rounds on all five major Sunday morning news shows — as well as comparing Assad to Adolf Hitler.

“I think to contemplate that the Congress of the United States would turn its back on Israel . . . I can’t contemplate that the Congress would turn its back on all of that responsibility,” Kerry/Kohn told “Fox News Sunday.”

According to the report, the “Capitol is filled with strong supporters of Israel who understand the argument” but that “Israel’s security is a political razor blade that could cut both ways.

“As Obama has weighed potential military action, the politics of Israel’s interests have become more delicate. The prospect of strikes against Syria triggering reprisals from Iran and Hezbollah is real enough to bolster the case against authorizing the president to use force, too, congressional insiders say.

“Washington’s pro-Israel lobby, typically highly critical of the Syrian regime, has been publicly silent in recent days, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked officials in his government not to speak about possible American intervention in Syria.

“The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the most prominent pro-Israel lobbying group, wrote on its website Thursday that the Syrian crisis underscored the need to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions, delicately sidestepping the question of whether “House leaders are likely to use prominent Jewish members who are hawkish on Israel as a bellwether.

“That group includes Democratic Reps. Henry Waxman of California, Eliot Engel and Steve Israel of New York, Ted Deutch and Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida and Brad Schneider of Illinois.”