The Final Insult explored the painful and sensitive conflict over the distribution of money in reparation to those who survived the Nazi genocide of the Jews.
The Final Insult
<<<<VIDEO<<<<I’m sorry but if your as poor and destitute as the Jews (holocaust survivors) want to say they are then why are you living in New York(Jew York) City where it is expensive as anything. Poor people certainly don’t go to the Theater. Grants=aka as FREE MONEY.
Once again I will say look at the working conditions and living conditions of much of America and the World who are living in real poverty if they are lucky to have a job or roof over their heads.~sheraThe History of US-Israel Relations
How the “special relationship” was created
While many people are led to believe that US support for Israel is driven by the American establishment and U.S. national interests (an analysis that benefits Israel and is particularly promoted by Israel partisans and former partisans), the facts don’t support this theory. The reality is that for decades U.S. experts opposed Israel and its founding movement. They were simply outmaneuvered and eventually replaced.
Like many American policies, U.S. Middle East policies are driven by a special interest lobby. However, the Israel Lobby, as it is called today in the U.S.<1>, consists of vastly more than what most people envision by the word “lobby.”
It is considerably more powerful, far more pervasive, and consistently more deceptive than any other. And even though the movement for Israel has been operating in the U.S. for over a hundred years, most Americans are completely unaware of this movement and its attendant ideology – a measure of its unique power over public knowledge.The beginnings
The Israel Lobby is just the tip of an older and far larger iceberg known as “political Zionism,” an international movement that began in the late 1800s with the goal of creating a Jewish state somewhere in the world. In 1897 this movement, led by a European journalist named Theodore Herzl<3>, coalesced in the First Zionist World Congress, held in Basle, Switzerland, which established the World Zionist Organization, representing approximately 120 groups the first year; 900 the next.