'No other country threatens the world like Zionist Israel'
'There are regimes as cruel as Israel’s. But our governments do not support them to the detriment of our own nations. We are not punished for refusing to serve those regimes or commit treason against our own countries in their favour. Only Israel occupies our governments that way. And our minds.
Meticulously planned control of public officials, vetted and monitored behind the scenes, ensures that democracy does not occur in the West. In an article on Redress Information & Analysis, Eve Mykytyn made the point very well in the title of her article, “Americans can criticise America. But not Israel“. Similarly, Britons can criticise Britain, but not Israel. Germans can criticise Germany… and so on.
What does this tell us? It tells us that, in spite of how Britons, Americans or Germans vote, they are not free to form their own governments. There is a non-elected government that controls the UK Parliament, the US Congress, the German Bundestag, and many other legislatures. It is a foreign reign of terror run by Israel and its Zionist networks. Have you wondered why so many members of the US Congress have Israeli citizenship? Or why a US citizen in Texas has to pledge allegiance to Israel (promise to refrain from participating in the boycott of Israel) in order to keep her job in Texas? Over 50 per cent of US states, including Texas, has anti-BDS legislation.1
The laws vary from state to state, but anti-BDS legislation has been widely challenged on legal grounds, and with good reason. Without going into the specifics of the various anti-BDS laws, it would suffice it to say that unless Israel is officially a part of the US (or vice versa), state enacted anti-BDS laws violate the US Constitution by engaging in foreign relations (granting political privileges to Israel) – a right reserved for the federal government. Moreover, whether state or federal law, prohibiting boycotts is a violation of the US Constitution’s First Amendment – the right to free speech and the right to political boycott. '
Read more: The hidden role of Zionism in your (s)elected government