One of the things you will hear often from the mouths of American politicians is “Israel is one of our greatest allies.” What they really mean is “We’re not anti-semites and also they buy our weapons.” But why are they our “allies” really?
It’s not anti-semitic to say Israel is not our friend. They don’t care about us, they have never come to our aid in any significant way. Israel exists because our grandparents felt sympathetic for the jews following the atrocities of the holocaust, and our grandparents didn’t care about “sand niggers” at all, so they stole some land from the arabs and gave it to the jews, as if it was theirs to give.
Just speaking for me personally, I am two generations disconnected from the people who created Israel. I did not create it, and I would not have created it by stealing land from other people. It is unjust for our parents’ generation to expect and demand that we share in the foolish plans of our grandparents, who dropped nuclear bombs on populated tropical islands full of innocent people so that they could test the effects of radiation on the victims. Our grandparents were terrible people, regardless of how much they may have loved us.
Israel is a hostile xenophobic parasite in the middle east. They take whatever they want, they commit horrible crimes against humanity, and they justify it all by saying “But the holocaust!” You can’t use the crimes of long dead generations to justify the horrors you commit today.
It is time that America reconsider it’s relationship with Israel. Is it too much to ask that they adhere to their treaties and behave in an upstanding way to foster peace in their region? I believe that is a perfectly reasonable expectation of any nuclear power. The biggest kids on the playground should be setting positive examples for everyone else.