State Department has always wanted Israel’s destruction

PLO murders US diplomats; US State Department protects…the PLO!

Historical and Investigative Research – 6 January 2007
by Francisco Gil-White

Just a few days ago, on 1 January 2007, Caroline Glick published an article in the Jerusalem Post that reports on a just-released US State Department cable from 33 years ago which demonstrates that the US State Department — the organ officially responsible for determining US foreign policy — knew that Yasser Arafat’s (now Mahmoud Abbas’s) Al Fatah, the controlling core of the PLO, was behind the deaths of US diplomats in Khartoum in the same year of 1973. And yet the State Department covered it up in order to protect the PLO. [..]

[..] Caroline Glick proceeds to ask some pointed questions and to make some equally pointed observations. For example, given that all of the major news networks and newspapers have completely ignored this scandal, Glick asks:

    “[H]ow is it possible that the belated admission of a massive 33 year cover-up of the murder of senior American diplomats spanning the course of seven consecutive presidential administrations has been ignored by the US media?”

That is an excellent question. One to which HIR has already provided the answer in the following piece:

“DID THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACT OF 1947 DESTROY FREEDOM OF THE PRESS?: The red pill…”; Historical and Investigative Research; 3 January 2006; by Francisco Gil-White.

Then Glick says:

    “On the face of it, the released cable, which calls into question the very foundation of US Middle East policy for the past generation is simply stunning.”

It is stunning, because it completely contradicts the official (and media) representation of US foreign policy in the Middle East. We constantly hear, everywhere, all the time, ad nauseam, that US foreign policy is supposedly pro-Israel. Clearly, however, this cable all by itself demonstrates that over “the course of seven consecutive presidential administrations” (Democrat and Republican), US policy has been so consistently and extremely pro-PLO that the US government has kept secret the known identities of those who murdered US diplomats in order to protect this antisemitic, genocidal, terrorist organization. The US government has not merely failed to prosecute the PLO murderers, which is bad enough. The US government — in seven consecutive administrations — has kept from US citizens the crucial information that it was the PLO who murdered their fellow nationals. Diplomats are supposed to be sacrosanct in international law, so there is hardly a more serious crime than the murder of diplomats; but the complicity in their murders, by the government that employs these diplomats, is more serious: it is called ‘high treason’:

    “High treason, broadly defined, is an action which is grossly disloyal to one’s country… For the United States, the Constitution specifies the substantive and procedural requirements for treason in Article 3, Section 3: levying war against the United States or adhering to the enemies of the United States.”[1a]

Protecting the murderers of US diplomats certainly qualifies as “adhering to the enemies of the United States.”

Returning to Caroline Glick, she asks:

    “The media’s abject refusal to cover the story raises an even more egregious aspect of the episode. Specifically, what does the fact that under seven consecutive administrations, the US government has covered up Arafat’s direct responsibility for the murder of American diplomats while placing both Arafat and Fatah at the center of its Middle East policy, say about the basic rationale of US policy towards Israel and the Palestinians?”

The answer is obvious but Caroline Glick leaves her question unanswered: the US ruling elite has been attempting the destruction of the Jewish state. This is why, in 1991, George Bush Sr. exerted very heavy pressure — including all sorts of threats that went on for a period of 8 months — until it literally forced the Israelis to accept the PLO as the government over the West Bank and Gaza Arabs, to name just the single most important policy relevant to the security of the Jewish state in the entire second half of the 20th century.[2]

But is this US State Department cable really the smoking gun that Caroline Glick makes it out to be? It is not. We’ve had a whole arsenal of guns available, and all of them smoking profusely, for a good while. A mountain of evidence demonstrating that US foreign policy has been radically anti-Israel and pro-PLO has been publicly available for years, and HIR has conveniently organized this documentation in a hyperlinked chronological sequence spanning most of the 20th century, and into the 21st, in the following piece:

“IS THE US AN ALLY OF ISRAEL?: A Chronological look at the evidence”; Historical and Investigative Research; by Francisco Gil-White.

Then Glick states:

    “Sadly, the release of the cable did not in any way signal a change in the US policy of whitewashing Fatah. In contravention of US law, for the past 13 years, the State Department has been denying that Fatah, the PLO and the Palestinian Authority are terrorist organizations, and has been actively funding them with US taxpayer dollars.”

This is perfectly consistent with the hypothesis that the US ruling elite means to destroy the Jewish state.

Though apparently unnoticed by Caroline Glick, the story of how the US State Department protected the PLO with regard to the PLO murder of US diplomats in Khartoum 33 years ago had already been broken, as far back as March 2002, by World Net Daily, which publication demonstrated the fact with a different US State Department document unearthed by historian Russ Braley.[3] This other document makes clear that the US State Department kept secret the identity of the murderers of its own employees in order to protect the PLO’s “pretense of moderation.”

And in December 2005 HIR published a piece that used the above-mentioned US State Department document as one piece of evidence supporting a well-rounded analysis of US policy towards Israel, Iran, and the PLO in the 1970s:

“GRAND THEATER: THE US, THE PLO, AND THE AYATOLLAH KHOMEINI: Why did the US government, in 1979, delegate to the PLO the task of negotiating the safety of American hostages at the US embassy in Tehran?”; Historical and Investigative Research; 10 December 2005; by Francisco Gil-White.

The above piece will help you understand what the geopolitical strategy of the US ruling elite, with regard to these very same players, is today. You will see that it is identical to the policy in the 1970s.

In closing, I should mention an important fact that Caroline Glick fails to remark upon: Al Fatah, the terrorist organization that the US government has been protecting and sponsoring all these years, was created by Hajj Amin al Husseini’s Arab Higher Committee. This organization, led by the same Husseini, was responsible before WWII for massive anti-Jewish terrorist riots in British Mandate ‘Palestine.’ In 1941 Husseini met with Adolf Hitler in Berlin and subsequently became the top co-architect — with Adolf Eichmann — of the German Nazi Final Solution. After the war, Husseini mentored Yasser Arafat and created Al Fatah with the goal of finishing the extermination of the Jewish people. That’s what the PLO, a big favorite of the US government, is: a continuation of the German Nazi Final Solution. You may read about this history here:

“How did the ‘Palestinian movement’ emerge? The British sponsored it. Then the German Nazis, and the US”; from UNDERSTANDING THE PALESTINIAN MOVEMENT, An HIR series, in four parts; Historical and Investigative Research; 13 June 2006; by Francisco Gil-White.

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  1. Daniel Pipes begins to question his membership of the pro-Islamist/pro-Ahmadinejad internationalist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR):

    How unpleasant to see the Council on Foreign Relations – of which I am a member – in agreement here with CAIR, an organization described in a recent court case as “a terrorist supporting front organization that is partially funded by terrorists, and that CAIR wishes nothing more than the implementation of Sharia law in America.” But then, the CFR’s public reaction to Mearsheimer/Walt fits its terrible record on Middle East affairs, as revealed in the fall 2005 Middle East Quarterly, “The Council on Foreign Relations Does the Middle East.” (August 18, 2006)

    To make matters worse, Lionel Beehner, “a staff writer for the Council on Foreign Relations’ website,” has an article today in USA Today calling for a televised Ahmadinejad-Bush debate. I am beginning to wonder what I am doing, paying dues to an organization that endorses Mearsheimer/Walt and legitimates Ahmadinejad.

    Council on Foreign Relations Identity Chart 2006

  2. Few people want to run the risk of being labeled a conspiracy nut, and so for that reason and others people might be hesitant to admit a history of US antiIsrael policy. But sometimes a group (such as CFR and the State Dept) does advocate positions that would cause or allow harm to another country, and sometimes it is done in secret or semi-secret. Time to reevaluate the degree and sincerity of US support more critically. Is supporting a wishful-thinking, 2-state landgiveaway approach necessarily equate to supporting Israel? Is giving $83 million and heaps of praise to Holocaust-denying Mahmoud Abbas for military support really helping Israel?

  3. The term “the US ruling elite” refers to the people in control of US foreign policy. This is too many names to mention.

    Francisco Gil-White
    Editor, Historical and Investigative Research

  4. I believe the proof of these facts that I have projected for years. As a matter of fact, I believe that some of the nations who voted for the Jewish land, felt that if the remaining Jews were in one place, the Arabs would kill off the rest.

    One thing that I would ask, and I know of some of them, is the names of the American elites you refer to.

  5. The founding fathers of the US must be groaning in their graves; they’ve been utterly betrayed by the US ruling “elite”.

    Time to take this news to the PEOPLE of the US. Glenn Beck would be a good start. And this would be a great situation for Dershowitz to get his legal teeth into. The charge is treason.

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