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Obama needs Jewish lobby’s support for re-election

US President Barack Obama has once again voiced unwavering support for the Zionist regime, saying his administration is “more attentive to Israel than it is to the Palestinians.”

Obama made the comment while addressing a delegation of the US Orthodox Jewish community at the White House. He also pled with the audience not to doubt his fidelity to his Israeli allies.

Press TV has conducted an interview with Hisham Jaber, director of the Center for Middle East Studies, to hear his opinion on this issue.

4 Responses to Obama needs Jewish lobby’s support for re-election

  1. Ariadna Theokopoulos June 7, 2012 at 2:20 pm #

    American politics in relation to Jewish power are perhaps best understood by people like me, experienced dog owners, not owners of cats, parakeets, fish or no pets at all.
    When you start training a dog you give it treats as a reward for correctly obeyed commands. You accompany the treat with a pat on the head and verbal praise. When the dog has understood what is expected of it, you skip the treats and just praise it. For disobeying a command, sometimes the punishment need not be anything more than withdrawing the attention the dog craves to feel reassured it will not be ‘banished’ to the crate.
    AIPAC has provided treats to the US politicians and for a long time has been in a position of the side currying favor, trying to manipulate them into obedience.
    I submit that nowadays the US politicians are thoroughly trained and the roles have been reversed: it is they who curry favor, begging for treats, and of course dreading punishment.
    The number of zionist representatives in Congress and among the “opinion makers” in “think tanks” and the media has passed the critical mass–they need no training. The rest are, as I said, thoroughly trained.
    I would not be surprised to see AIPAC’s role decrease, done in by its own success, and demoted to nothing more than an ATM machine from which politicians and candidates aspiring to climb the political ladder will obtain, not recompense (obligatory behavior need not be rewarded), but needed funds to compete in dog races against other equally well trained adversaries.
    In times past AIPAC often provided funds to both candidates, if they were equally acceptable. From now on we shall see some significant savings, safely made, with AIPAC just saying “Down, boy” to one.

  2. searching June 7, 2012 at 3:57 pm #

    Obama is just a puppet, whose strings are pulled by creatures in a shadow.
    The fact that people still belive in anything that he says shows that we are in a deep sleep, and only big Boom, Boom may wake us up.
    Untilthen , many will contune dream on.

  3. searching June 7, 2012 at 3:58 pm #

    “Untill then, many will continue dream on”.

  4. who_me June 7, 2012 at 7:22 pm #

    besides jewish lobby support, obama needs the right “counting” program on the diebold voting machines. i suspect the recent wisconsin recall vote was determined by those fraudulent machines, not by actual voting. i think this is how american “democracy” will continue. a phoney campaign from several (usually 2) zionazi owned candidates to give the phony horse race a look of credibility, with the selection of who wins determined long before the vote actually takes place, with that result programmed into the machines.