Zionist Biden

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Zionist Biden
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14 December 2023

Marco Rubio had to be the first to tell, in vain, the senile president of the United States, Joe Biden, to be careful about mistreating the brand new far-right libertarian Javier Milei, who has just assumed the Presidency of Argentina with extremely violent economic plans affecting the popular classes.

The one praised by the legislator of unfortunate Cuban origin intends to fix a nation that has been stumbling due to the illegal and leonine loan from the International Monetary Fund to Mauricio Macri —now an ally and advisor to Milei—, and that the Peronist government led by Alberto Fernández did not know to handle.

From Miami —where else—, the aforementioned called on Biden not to "alienate" the allied leaders of the United States "through a policy of criticism and neglect."

"President Joe Biden should welcome Milei, because right now it is difficult to find allies in Latin America and the Caribbean," the Republican wrote in a column for the right-wing Argentine Newspaper La Nación.

The senator from the state of Florida stressed that Milei won the elections in Argentina, because he promised a decisive break with the bad economic practices of the "left establishment, a promise that he clearly resonated with voters."

As usual, Rubio repeated that the presidents of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador; Colombia, Gustavo Petro; Honduras, Xiomara Castro, and Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, "have empowered regional dictatorships such as those of countries like Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua."

It is very difficult for Milei not to get along well with Biden, because both are Zionists, supporters of a free Israel... and without Palestinians, even if they have not confessed the latter. Milei is going to convert to Judaism, while Biden, who is not Jewish, has stressed that it is not necessary to be Jewish to be a Zionist.

Since he was a United States senator, he expressed his strong support for Israel's security and his sympathy with the Asian country; Later, when he finished his position as vice president in the Obama administration, he confidently predicted that during Trump's term he did not expect a change in Israeli-American relations. “Even if there is such an intention, Congress and the American people will not allow this to happen,” he said, after receiving the “Theodor Herzl Award,” known as the founder of political Zionism.


When Joe Biden met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his war cabinet during his visit to Israel, the American president told them: “I don't believe you have to be Jewish to be a Zionist, and I am a Zionist.”

Politicians and generals gathered in the Tel Aviv hotel ballroom nodded their approval, according to a U.S. official familiar with the closed-door comments, as Israel bombed Gaza in retaliation for a devastating attack by Palestinian militants Hamas and before an imminent ground invasion.

Biden, of Irish Catholic descent, has already used similar words to show his affinity for Israel, but the moment, which he had not previously reported on, shows the president as one of the main “Friends of Israel” in politics. Americans appear to be guiding him through a crisis that could define his presidency.

He also highlights the challenges he faces in balancing his unwavering support for Israel with convincing Netanyahu —with whom he has a long relationship— to avoid a surge in civilian casualties and humanitarian collapse in Gaza, as well as complicating further releases of American hostages.

“Biden’s connection to Israel is deeply rooted in his political DNA,” said Aaron David Miller, a former Middle East negotiator who served under six secretaries of state in both Democratic and Republican administrations: “Whether he likes it or not, he is in the midst of a crisis that he will have to handle.”

Reuters interviewed dozens of current and former advisers, lawmakers and analysts, some of whom said Biden's current wartime embrace of Netanyahu could allow the United States leverage to try to moderate Israel's response in Gaza.

Biden's alignment with the right-wing leader risks alienating some progressives in his Democratic Party ahead of his bid for re-election in 2024, with a growing international outcry against Israel's US-backed tactics.

But it is all a "bluff," because American aircraft carriers try to prevent anyone from interrupting the "cleansing" undertaken by Tel Aviv in the Gaza Strip, always with the slogan that the best Palestinian is the dead Palestinian.

This must please Marco Rubio and others.

Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Díaz / CubaSí Translation Staff

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