The Unholy U.S./Muslim Alliance

Avi Lipkin, a Jew, in his book, Israel's Bible Bloc, explained how he came to embrace Christians as Israel's best friend.

In 1991, as the IDF spokesperson, Lipkin was invited to speak to the Dallas Council on World Affairs. They were part of the famous or infamous Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). He writes,

These are the people who control the economy of the US and the World. These are faceless people who decide who the President of the United States will be as well as leaders of other countries. They control the banks corporations and oil companies that control the world.

The CFR includes among its members the power elites in both the Democrat and Republican parties, including also most presidential nominees. They support world government and globalization. They are building a modern-day Tower of Babel which denies American sovereignty and the supremacy of God from which our inalienable rights come in favor of a secular socialist utopia. President Obama is a member of CFR.

Lipkin spoke eloquently on how Israel had already returned 93% of the conquered land and on Israel's need to keep the rest. Afterward, he was invited into the "woodshed" with about twenty members of the Council so that they could teach him a lesson.

You are a great IDF spokesman but you don't know the realities. We here of the Dallas Council on World Affairs, are going to teach you realities.

First reality: America is tired of paying for your wars.  Israel is going to make peace with the Palestinians whether it likes it or not. We don't care if you have already handed over to the Arabs side 93% of the land you took in your wars.  You are going to hand over not 93%, or 97% but 100% and more!  You Israelis are all alone. And we don't even care about the UN Resolutions 242 and 338 calling for new borders which are recognizable and defensible.

Second reality. There is only one thing that made America great: the barrel of oil - the steady price of oil the steady supply of oil.  Is that clear?

To which Lipkin replied, after he picked himself up off the floor,

You know, we Jews never came in the way of America's oil supplies.  In fact we paid for your oil supplies with 6 million of our people in WWII.  When the Arabs and their oil snapped the whip in the 1930's and 1940's, the U.S. and Britain decided not to give the Jews seeking to flee from Nazi Europe, visas to Palestine, England, the western hemisphere or whatever. It is true that Hitler and the Nazis physically killed the Jews, but the decision to industrially kill all the Jews was only taken in January 1942 at the Wannese Conference in Berlin because there were then over 7 million Jews holed up in the ghettos behind Whermacht lines and the world would not grant the Jews asylum. So we Jews were massacred so as not to get in the way of Arab oil. Breckenridge Long, US Under-Secretary of State for visas, made sure to it that no Jews would get visas to get into the US, Canada and Cuba.

And now you mean to say that it is going to happen again? You guys are going to sacrifice 5 million more Jews in Israel for the barrel of oil?

They answered in the affirmative, which meant they were prepared for a second holocaust.

What made Lipkin appreciate Evangelical Christians as Israel's friend was that in response to these dire threats and warnings, two Christians who were with Lipkin in the room and not members of the Council boldly stood up and said to them, one after the other, "You call yourself Christians? You say that what made America great was a barrel of oil? You should be ashamed of yourselves. What made America great was not a barrel of oil.  What made America great was Jesus Christ. ... Besides, it says in the Bible that those who bless Israel are blessed and those who curse Israel are cursed."

History bears their threats out.

The State Department was against the creation of Israel before its birth, forced Israel to retreat from the Sinai after she conquered it in '56, and maintained an arms embargo on Israel throughout the War of Independence, ending only after the '67 war. The State Department negotiated UNSC Res. 242 at the end of the war, which allowed Israel to remain in occupation until she had an agreement for "secure and recognized borders." But the Arabs refused to accept it. So two years later, the U.S. came up with the Rogers Plan, which required full retreat to the '49 armistice line.

In 1974, President Richard Nixon told Syrian president Hafez al-Assad that Washington was committed to seeing an "Israeli withdrawal from all the occupied territories."

A year later, Henry Kissinger met with Sadun Hammadi, Iraqi Minister of Foreign Affairs. A transcript of this meeting has been published which discloses Kissinger's attempts to assuage the concerns of Hammadi.

Kissinger: "We don't need Israel for influence in the Arab world. On the contrary, Israel does us more harm than good in the Arab world

"We can't negotiate about the existence of Israel but we can reduce its size to historical proportions."

Aide: "Your Excellency, do you think a settlement would come through the Palestinians in the area?" [...]

Kissinger: "I think the Palestinian identity has to be recognized in some form. But we need the thoughtful cooperation of the Arabs."

Thereafter, the U.S., at first surreptitiously and then openly, backed the PLO. She saved them from Israel's coup de gras in Beirut and enabled them to be welcomed in the United Nations and in the U.S.

The U.S. forced Israel to participate in the Madrid Conference in 1991 and insisted that Jerusalem be put on the table and that the PLO be included in the Palestinian delegation. All this pressure resulted in the Oslo Accords in 1993 and the reentry into Israel of her mortal enemy, the PLO, headed by Arafat. Remember how sick Rabin looked when he was forced to shake the hand of the arch-murderer Arafat on the White House lawn under the auspices of the smiling President Clinton?

Oslo ran its course and was superseded by the Roadmap in 2003. This Roadmap replaced Res. 242 with the Arab Initiative, which included the Rogers Plan, just as the Dallas Council had underlined.

While the U.S. maintains that the final agreement had to be negotiated between the parties, the U.S. puts a "gun" to Israel's head during negotiations. The peace process is all about reaching an agreement predetermined by the Saudi/U.S. alliance.

If you think this is an anti-Semitic thing, it is not. It is about money and world domination.

Mordechai Nisan recently wrote that the U.S. has long sided with the Arab world. He pointed out that the U.S. has supported the Muslims in the Balkans, in Cyprus, in Somalia, and in Lebanon at the expense of the Christians. The U.S. also turns a blind eye to the killing of Christians in Egypt and in Iraq, and to discrimination against Christians in Saudi Arabia, and in the territories under the rule of the PA.

The U.S. brought Turkey into NATO and backs her inclusion in the EU. The U.S. has also maintained an alliance with Pakistan for many decades. The U.S. arms Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the PA. Now she is also arming the Lebanese army, which is controlled by Hezb'allah. Who else but Israel is the target?

Avi Lipkin adds to this list by informing that "[i]n Indonesia, over a half a million Chinese  were slaughtered in the sixties by the Moslems and the word remained silent. In 1975, the Indonesian army marched into East Timor and 300,000 Catholics were slaughtered." This is the same Indonesia that President Obama recently praised so much. And let us not forget that the Turkish Muslims slaughtered one and a half million Christian Armenians during WWI, to little Western condemnation. This silence gave Hitler confidence twenty years later that he could slaughter the Jews.

Recently, Turkey turned Islamist and aligned itself with Iran, Hezb'allah, and Hamas, but still President Obama stands by Turkey.

President Obama's much-pursued Muslim outreach merely makes public what has been a covert reality for American policy for a hundred years.

The Islamic countries can do no wrong. They have all the oil and money. Israel can do no right. They are a pain in the globalist's butt.

You need not wonder anymore why the U.S. embraces CAIR, invites Muslim immigration, integrates Muslims into the government, has sensitivity training for members of the FBI, and calls Islam a religion of peace, notwithstanding 9/11. Or why the U.S. permits the radicalization of most of the mosques in America by Saudi Arabia, its Muslim partner.

The establishment in America embraces the U.N., the International Court of Justice, and other international bodies. Plans are underway to create a North American Common Market including Mexico, the U.S., and Canada. All of these things and many more international initiatives require the relinquishment of U.S. sovereignty. But that's okay. The establishment prefers globalization and the New World Order.

Islam also denies sovereignty and democracy in favor of a world Caliphate ruled by Sharia Law. Thus, the globalists and Islam make good bedfellows. Just as the Roman Empire co-opted the Catholic Church to control the people, so the globalists employ Islam.

Avi Lipkin understands this. He is advocating for an alliance between Israel and the Evangelical Christians as a bulwark to the plans of the unholy American/Muslim alliance. Only with such an alliance can America and Israel, as we know them, be saved.

Ted Belman is a retired lawyer and the Editor of Israpundit. He made aliya from Canada last year and now lives in Jerusalem, Israel.
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