Hillary Clinton’s AIPAC address shows the “fix is in” with American Jews
“When we left the city and visited Jericho, in the West Bank, I got my first glimpse of life under occupation for Palestinians, who were denied the dignity and self-determination that Americans take for granted.” – Hillary Rodham Clinton, “Hard Choices”
On Monday, arguably the United States’ most dishonest politician, Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State now running for President of the United States, delivered a campaign speech to the members of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. According to a number of former Jewish police officers who spoke to Conservative Base, Clinton’s AIPAC speech overlooked her anti-Israel record under two Democratic presidents: former President Bill Clinton and current President Barack Obama, who actually went out of his way to disrespect Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“As the nation’s lead diplomat under what has been characterized as the most anti-Israel administration ever to occupy the White House, Clinton has a lot to answer for. She can’t pretend to be a friend when her record suggests otherwise, going back as far as the eight years her husband spent in the White House,” said U.S. News & World Report’s Peter Roff.
“She hit all the right notes in her [AIPAC] speech, but she has been an integral part of two administrations, one of which tried to force Israel into a dangerous land-for-peace deal (after political operatives close to the president engineered the election of Labor Party’s Ehud Barak as prime minster). The other has made a devil’s bargain with Iran that jeopardizes Israeli security,” Roff noted.
Unfortunately, AIPAC supports Hillary Clinton especially since its top executives are all leftist so-called Reformed Jews who have strong connections to the Democratic Party and boast about their ties to Obama. One of those AIPAC leaders is Rosie Rosenberg who was part of the Chicago Democratic Machine that craftily got the American people to elect a far-left, community activist with minimal experience to the nation’s highest office.
Hillary Clinton’s Anti-Israeli Shenanigans
The news coverage regarding the use by presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton of a non-government email system complete with private Internet server has placed other allegations of malfeasance or unlawful behavior by Clinton and her aides in the backseat of the campaign’s “Scooby Doo” van, according to a former intelligence official with a specialization in Islamic terrorist groups, Lloyd Victor McKeller, when Hillary began her full-speed-ahead presidential campaign.
The allegation that Mrs. Clinton, as Secretary of State, leaked classified data to one of her news media sycophants was ignored, while others who have done far less are sitting in jail cells.
A former Department of Justice prosecuting attorney who now works as an government watchdog has said that then-Secretary of State Clinton was responsible for leaking classified intelligence regarding the military plans of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Jewish State’s intelligence and military officials with the goal of destroying Iran’s facilities used to create a nuclear bomb.
Also while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas requested that the Obama Administration and the U.S. State Department lean on the Israeli government to get them to halt the eviction of a Hamas lawmaker from Jerusalem.
One of the top Palestinian negotiators, Saeb Erekat, who visited Washington, delivered a letter from President Abbas to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. According to Xinhua news service, Abbas’ letter urged the Obama administration to intervene on behalf of Hamas lawmaker Mohammed Abu Tair.
An Israeli court judge had ruled to evict Abu Tair from his Jerusalem home and return him to Ramallah in the Palestinian occupied West Bank. Israeli authorities had first detained Abu Tair in June for entering East Jerusalem after his residency permit was revoked following the 2006 parliament elections in which Hamas won a number of government positions.
In addition, an Israeli intelligence source said that two Hamas lawmakers and a former Hamas minister were being sought in order to be deported from Israel. The men are allegedly hiding somewhere in Jerusalem in fear of being deported as well.
According to officials with the U.S. State Department, Abbas wrote to Clinton that the eviction of the Jerusalem residents “adds more obstacles to the efforts in reviving the peace process.” But the Israeli security chiefs claim they are merely taking precautions given Hamas’ continuing threats and past terror attacks on the Jewish people.
“The Israelis are doing what any sane and caring government would do: protecting its citizens and visitors from individuals tied to terrorist groups,” said political strategist Mike Baker on Sunday.
“The Palestinians know that in Obama and Clinton they have friends who have a history of siding with the Palestinians. In fact. Hillary Clinton made a name for herself when she supported Yasser Arafat’s Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO). And President Obama is a close friend of a Palestinian supporter who is now a professor at Columbia University in New York,” said Baker.
In a World Net Daily story by Aaron Klein that accused Obama of accepting donations from Palestinians, then Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign contended it returned $33,500 in illegal contributions from Palestinians in Hamas-controlled Gaza, but the donors told Klein they never received any money from the Obama campaign.
President Abbas threatened Israel and the U.S. with ending the Palestinian National Authority if peace talks collapse again. He told viewers of the Palestinian Satellite Television Network, or PSTN, during the live televised interview that he had informed the Israelis many times that if the peace talks fail, he would dissolve the Palestinian Authority.
Abbas also claimed during the interview that the Obama administration had informed him that it will continue its talks with Israel over freezing settlements and resuming the stalled peace talks.
“I won’t accept to keep the negotiations with Israel, if the latter resumes construction of settlements,” said Abbas. “The U.S. told me that it will keep talking to Israel and it can’t say whether these talks had succeeded or failed.”