The US is not an ally of Israel

Francisco Gil-White asks the question Is the US an ally of Israel? and takes a A chronological look at the evidence. and concludes conclusively that the US is not an ally of Israel’s


The 1930’s Negative – The US Establishment helped sponsor the rise of the German Nazi movement.

1939-1945 Negative This year’s material is divided into the following sections:


1. The general policy of the Allies towards the plight
of the Jews

2. No US visas for European Jews trying to escape the Nazi slaughter

3. The allies refused to sabotage Hitler’s Final Solution by military means

1945 – Negative – After 1945, the US created US Intelligence by recruiting tens of thousands of Nazi war criminals.

1947-48 – Mixed to Negative – Forced by external circumstances, the US government gave lukewarm support to the creation of the State of Israel. But then it reversed itself and implemented policies designed to destroy Israel.

1949-1953 – Negative – In Israel’s hour of supreme need, the US allied with Israel’s mortal enemies.

1955 – Mixed – The US forces Israel to withdraw from Sinai, but makes some concessions to the Israelis.

1955-1965 – Positive (in one regard only) – Israel indirectly gets some US weapons.

1958 – Negative – Israel assists US military intervention in the Middle East; when this places Israel in danger, the US does…nothing.

1964 – Mixed – The US abandoned its previous official policy of trying to get Israel to relinquish the territories won in the War of Independence. Why had it been trying to do this?

1964-1967 – Negative – Although Israel suffered terrorist attacks from its Arab neighbors during these years, when they staged a full-scale military provocation, the US refused to help.

1967 – Negative – After the Six-Day War, the US put pressure on Israel to relinquish the territory gained, even though it knew it was indispensable to Israeli defense.

1967-70 – Negative – The Arabs attack the Israelis. The US response is to try and remove the Israelis from territory they need for their defense.

1970 – Positive – Washington temporarily abandons the diplomatic effort to make Israel withdraw from the territories.

1973 – Positive – The US assisted Israel in the Yom Kippur War.

1973-1975 – Negative – The US supported the election of a pro-PLO Nazi war criminal to the post of UN Secretary General.

1975 – Negative – The US reached an agreement with Israel not to have contacts with the PLO. The US immediately violated the agreement.

1977 – Negative – Jimmy Carter worked hard to give the terrorist PLO the dignity of a ‘government in exile,’ and then he teamed up with the Soviets to try and saddle Israel with a PLO terrorist state next door.

1978 – Negative – When Israel tried to defend itself from the PLO terrorists, the US forced Israel to stand back.

1979 – Negative – Jimmy Carter began large-scale US sponsorship of antisemitic Islamist terrorists, especially in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia.

1981 – Negative – The US pushed for a PLO state in the West Bank against Israeli objections.

1982-1983 – Negative – The US military rushed into Lebanon to protect the PLO from the Israelis.

1985 – Negative – 1985 includes more material than other years, so we have divided it into subsections.

1. Shimon Peres acted as a US agent, against Israeli interests.

2. Bettino Craxi and Giulio Andreotti (respectively, the Italian prime minister and foreign minister) committed political suicide for the sake of pushing the PLO. The US was behind them.

3. Ronald Reagan denied the Holocaust

4. Who was in charge of US covert operations in 1985?

1987-1988 – Negative – The ‘First Intifada’ was a US-PLO strategy used to represent the Arabs in West Bank and Gaza as supposedly oppressed ‘underdogs.’

1989 – Negative – With Dick Cheney, the US began supporting a PLO state in the open as the ‘only solution’ to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

1991 – Negative – Bush Sr.’s administration forced Israel to participate in the Oslo process, which brought the PLO into the West Bank and Gaza.

1994 – Negative – Yasser Arafat was given a Nobel Peace Prize, and the CIA trained the PLO, even though Arafat’s henchmen were saying in public, this very year, that they would use their training to oppress Arabs and kill Jews.

1996-1997 Negative – The United States exerted such strong pressure on the Netanyahu government (including threats) that, even though Netanyahu had been elected on an anti-Oslo platform, he had the necessary cover to betray the Israeli public that had elected him.

2005 – Negative – Mahmoud Abbas, who will soon have total control over Gaza, is the one who invented the strategy of talking ‘peace’ the better to slaughter Israelis. The US ruling elite loves Mahmoud Abbas.

(I will soon post documentation for the missing years in between.)

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May 4, 2010 | 58 Comments »

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  1. This video, is disturbing to watch. It’s disturbing, not only because of its content, but because of the conflicting feelings many of us have regarding America, in that it IS a good country in so many ways, and so many Americans are good, good, people, yet the foreign policy of the U.S. Government is and has been, anti-Israel in so many circumstances. And it is difficult for many to face up to the reality of this relationship.

    This video is not made professionally, but the testimonies shown here are powerful and hard to listen to. Did they do good …or bad? Are they good …or bad? Are they BOTH good AND bad? Whatever your conclusions, Israel would be wise to review the Torah portion of Balak, in Bamidbar (Numbers) 23:9 “it (Israel) is a nation (people) that dwells alone”.

    And to our true American friends who cringe at what Obama is doing in bowing to these modern day Nazis, these barbaric enemies of Israel (and the West), they would be wise to review Genesis 12:3 “And I will bless them that bless thee, and him that curseth thee will I curse”.

    U.S. had emergency plan for attacking Israel in 1967
    Plan was aimed at preventing Israel from expanding westward, into Sinai, or eastward, into the West Bank.
    By Amir Oren

    The right to strike

    A declassified study reveals that the U.S. had plans to attack Israel, and began to dust them off in May 1967. But organizational foot-dragging and the IDF’s prowess in Sinai spurred the general in charge of the U.S. Strike Command to put them back in the drawer.
    By Amir Oren

  2. In America, these Jews who hate their own have always been a majority.

    in fact they much more love $$ than they hate themselves, but in order to make $$ in an anti-Semitic envirement you have to hate Jews…

  3. In America, these Jews who hate their own have always been a majority.

    otherwise they would go to Israel

  4. These Jews who hate their own people are a tiny minority. Perhaps a mere five percent.

    So how did Obama get 78%?

    In America, these Jews who hate their own have always been a majority.

  5. These Jews who hate their own people are a tiny minority. Perhaps a mere five percent.

    So how did Obama get 78%?


  6. Was the last conflict in Lebanon against Hezbollah a trial balloon?


    It was the most disgraceful event in Israeli history…the equivalent of Vietnam.

    Warring with the intention of losing is profoundly debased.

    Not an Israeli trial balloon, a Muslim trial balloon, provoked to test Israel, study Israel’s response, and gather information for a future war on Israel. Hezbollah had no serious chance for victory. War games are a common means of readiness, usually held between allied forces; but how much more may you gain if your games are against the opponent you plan to attack in the future.