Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
History is made. Hipster Racist agrees with former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld:
If Obama’s Justice Department had objected, the parole board would not have released Pollard, so all the protestations that this had nothing to do with the Iran deal is mere political posturing.
Pollard worked in the Office of Naval Intelligence, America’s oldest intelligence agency, and perhaps not coincidentally, the ONI was the target of the Pentagon attack on September 11, 2001. Whatever hit the Pentagon did some rather astonishing aerial maneuvers in order to make a direct hit on a newly built section used by the ONI. This section had its own special high-tech electronic security system and was rumored to be investigating unaccounted Pentagon transactions totalling 2.3 trillion dollars.
When Bush came into office, he appointed Dov Zakheim, a Jew, as Comptroller of the Pentagon to account for the transactions.
Dov Zakheim was then appointed as Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) from 2001 in George W. Bush administration, and served in this capacity until April 2004. During his term as Comptroller, he was tasked to help track down the Pentagon’s 2.3 trillion dollars’ worth of unaccounted transactions.
It’s an “anti-semitic canard” that Jews form a nation-within-a-nation and have “dual-loyalty.” It’s a “canard” because people say it all the time. People say it all the time because it’s true.
But now that the state of Israel exists, it certainly looks from the outside to be a “single loyalty.”
The Pollard case is a situation in which Jews “out” themselves as to what they actually are. In Israel, Pollard is a hero. But according to many sources, Pollard was mostly doing it for money. He tried to sell information to a few different countries and his motivation appears to be mostly money, not some loyalty to the apartheid regime of Jew bigotry in Zionist-occupied Palestine.
With very few exceptions, the Jewish community has been united in calling for Pollard’s release. Only a tiny handful of Jews, like former ONI Director Rear Admiral Sumner Shapiro, spoke out against it, and that was for strictly self-interested reasons. Shapiro believed that it made Jews look bad to be supporting traitors:
We work so hard to establish ourselves and to get where we are, and to have somebody screw it up … and then to have Jewish organizations line up behind this guy and try to make him out a hero of the Jewish people, it bothers the hell out of me.
Indeed, it does make Jews look bad. The Pollard situation is one of those things that should put Jews into perspective for Americans, Europeans, and Whites in general. Jews don’t see themselves as “white” and they don’t see themselves as “us” and putting their interests ahead of ours makes them a hero to other Jews.
In theory, I have no problem with Zionism. In fact, I would be the biggest supporter of Israel – if Jews would actually go there. We know they won’t, but if they would we could build a Security Fence around Israel and lock the gates from the outside. I truly believe it would usher in a new era of Peace on Earth.
Never forget Pollard.