Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Two Seemingly Unconnected Stories, When Combined Form a Thread

Here's, the thread: Israel sucked us into a proxy war with Iraq at the instigation of Jewish moles in the government and at the helm of the Neo-Conservative movement in America. I always discounted this as a crack-pot idea and as rank anti-Semitism. But here's two stories, taken together what do they mean?

Democrats negotiate with Hamas (Hamas is terrorist organization bent on the complete elimination of Israel). From the Jerusalem Post via Drudge:

Hamas officials have managed to smuggle more than $66 million in cash through the Rafah border crossing in the past eight months, a member of the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority government said Wednesday.

Meanwhile, sources close to the PA government claimed that Hamas representatives recently held talks with officials from the US Democratic Party at an undisclosed location.

Meanwhile, James Baker seeks to block Israel from a regional summit. from www.insightmag.com via Drudge Report:

The White House has been examining a proposal by James Baker to launch a Middle East peace effort without Israel.

The peace effort would begin with a U.S.-organized conference, dubbed Madrid-2, and contain such U.S. adversaries as Iran and Syria. Officials said Madrid-2 would be promoted as a forum to discuss Iraq's future, but actually focus on Arab demands for Israel to withdraw from territories captured in the 1967 war. They said Israel would not be invited to the conference.


Summary .... Israel your goose is cooked, you're on your own. Is Drudge a Jew? Is he fear mongering? I attended a great conferences two years ago sponsored by the St Benedict Center, Richmond, NH. At the conference, a speaker named Robert Hickson was warning that we were "getting sucked into a paradigm." He was insinuating that we were getting sucked into this mess in Iraq by Israel and their proxies that permete Washington D.C. power-base. Maybe Hickson was right and maybe this is the end of all that.

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