Genocidal Lobby: Warring Zionists

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Genocidal Lobby: Warring Zionists
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18 April 2024

The Iranian attack against Israel in retaliation for the Tel Aviv’s bombing of its consulate in Damascus has fueled the dispute between U.S. president, Joe Biden, and the main opposition candidate, Donald Trump, after the latter labeled Biden as extremely weak in the official policy of protection to the genocidal government of Benjamin Netanyahu.

Both Zionists, one openly confessed, Biden, struggle for the shame of being the most menial to the several Jewish powers ruling most of the United States life.

There, we can find 117 Jewish entities owning the so-called American Way of Life, headed by the most powerful organization of lobbying in the U.S. Congress: American Israel Publics Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

Other organizations, not as powerful as AIPAC, make themselves felt in the daily life of Americans, all of them play a leading role in the lobbying groups of the so-called American democracy, for instance:

Alpha Épsilon Pi, Friends of the Israel Defense Force, Orthodox Union Advocacy Center, National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry, Republican Jewish Coalition, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, Israeli American Council, Jewish Council for Public Affairs, National Council of Jewish Women, Christians United for Israel, just to name a few on an extensive lists found in Wikipedia.

These organizations group over three million American Jewish, most of them being millionaires and even billionaires, which grant them a huge control over that type of society.


AIPAC nestles the main Jewish pressure lobby, with the power to do and undo as it pleases, hence the 'main official players are under its control.

Both in Congress and in the White House, AIPAC maintains a close relationship between Israel and the United States, admitting that it is a “non-profit pro-Israel lobby,” a very convoluted issue, as it maintains 17 regional offices and “a vast reserve of donors.” But this is a synonym for profit and the most important alliance between the Empire and Zionism.

Officially, until 2021, it did not raise funds for political candidates, but its members did so through political action committees not affiliated with AIPAC and by other means. But at the end of that year, AIPAC created its own political action committee.

The Washington Post described the perceived differences between AIPAC and another Jewish entity, J-Street: “Although both groups call themselves bipartisan, AIPAC has won the support of an overwhelming majority of Republican Jews, while J-Street presents itself as an alternative for Democrats who have grown uncomfortable with both Netanyahu's policies and the influx of conservatives into AIPAC.”

But AIPAC describes itself as a bipartisan organization, with the bills it lobbies for in Congress being jointly sponsored by a Democrat and a Republican.

Supporters say its bipartisan nature can be seen at its annual political conference, which, as in 2016, included candidates from both major parties: Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. High-ranking Democrats, such as Vice President (later President) Joe Biden and Senator (later Vice President) Kamala Harris have had AIPAC’s support (or “blessing”), as well as high-ranking Republicans, such as Paul Ryan, then Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States.


AIPAC was formed during the Dwight D. Eisenhower’s administration and has since helped secure U.S. aid and support for Israel.

In 1997, Fortune magazine asked congressmen to choose the 25 most powerful lobbying organizations, and at that time it came in second place, which then moved, and until now, to the first place.

Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Díaz / CubaSí Translation Staff

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