Americans Dying For Israeli Interests
ADV Broadcast Of March 12, 2011
Hello, and welcome back to another edition of American Dissident Voices, the Internet radio program of North America’s foremost racialist organization, the National Alliance. I’m your host and the Chairman of the Alliance, Erich Gliebe.
Lately we’ve been discussing the ongoing turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa, with Libya being the daily hot topic. Libya is now involved in a full-fledged civil war, and the Zionist-controlled political leaders in the U.S. and Europe are trying to figure out how to take advantage of this turmoil, to appease their stringpullers, of course.
The U.S. and their NATO allies are considering a no-fly zone over Libya, which would essentially be an act of war against the oil-rich nation. So far, Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi has laughed in the faces of the international Zionists amid calls for him to step down and turn the nation he has ruled for 41 years over to the rebels, but in reality it would be to the internationalists. Gaddafi appears to have the upper hand in the conflict, and the rebels are begging for outside help.
And President Obama, who ran a presidential campaign before his election on the premise of bringing American troops home from the Middle East, is making a feeble attempt at talking tough to Gaddafi. Obama has renewed a warning that Gaddafi and his associates would be held accountable “for whatever violence continues to take place.” But his warning appears to have neglible immediate impact.
And if you’ve been paying attention to Afghanistan these days, the Taliban is gaining strength. In fact, insurgents who were driven out of the Taliban stronghold of Sangin, are flowing back in and negating any of the so-called “gains” the U.S. Marines had supposedly achieved there, according to American commanders. Despite the influx of tens of thousands of additional U.S. troops, the Taliban is reclaiming some of the areas now held by U.S. and Afghan forces in the Helmand and Kandahar provinces.
It wasn’t so long ago that it was the military situation in Iraq that was on everyone’s mind. At the office, someone would mention in passing that such-and-such a relative was serving in the armed forces overseas, and someone else would ask, “Where?” If the answer that came back was “Iraq,” there would be a moment of silence, or everyone who was tuning into the conversation would shake his head and exhale or mutter things like, “Yikes. Scary.” On the other hand, if the answer came back, “Afghanistan,” there was a noticeable sigh of relief from the listeners: The prevailing thought was: “If you’ve gotta be over there in the Middle East, Afghanistan’s the place to be.”
At that time, of course – some months ago – Afghanistan was a pretty quiet place that the Taliban had once governed. It was supposedly still harboring Osama Bin Laden, but he was hiding out like a rat somewhere in the mountains in the southern part of the country, and who even wastes a minute of time thinking about him anymore anyway? He might have gotten a good jab in against the Jewocracy of the West during the attacks of 9/11, but Bin Laden was just puttering around in squalor somewhere now, and his organization – Al Qaeda – was all but impotent. Well, that was the thinking among most of us, and it was based on the idea that if someone isn’t doing something that the rest of us notice, he isn’t doing anything at all.
The view of Afghanistan that most people had just a few months ago has disappeared. Today, far from being viewed as an easy tour of duty for U.S. service men and women, Afghanistan is starting to look like the country that the Soviet Union couldn’t tame back during the 1980s. That’s right: the nasty, military-juggernaut, we’ll-report-it-to-the-world-any-way-we-please, and we-don’t-give-a-damn-about-human-rights Soviet Union couldn’t bring Afghanistan to its knees, no matter what methods it used. Even the big Red Beast threw in the towel in Afghanistan. The country that George W. Bush was the first to conquer during his Bush Crusade is now wide awake and prepared to hold out as long as it needs to before the Americans give up like the Russians did and go home. And our Chief Executive thinks that upping the number of U.S. troops in the country will turn things around. THAT is a vain hope that will only bring heartache to more young Americans’ families in the near future.
I think it is interesting that Barack Obama has turned a full 180 degrees on the issue of the American wars in the Middle East. As a first-term U.S. Senator from Illinois, before he announced his candidacy for the White House, he was a vehement opponent of Bush’s policy of taking over Afghanistan and Iraq. He wanted our troops brought home immediately, as did the many Democrats who were practically hurled bodily into Congress by a desperate American electorate during the mid-session elections of 2006.
But Obama, like all of the other Democrats, let down the American public, which wanted nothing more than an end to the hemorrhaging of American blood and American wealth on countries that no one cares about, at least no one that I know. Obama and the other Democrats, after saying they would do whatever was needed to bring the troops home, decided that that would ruin their political careers. After talking big, they acted small or not at all. After promising focused action, they delivered nebulous promises along the lines of “a workable solution.” They deliberately spat in the face of the American people, the very group that the Constitution says they are supposed to be serving. For one of the few times in history that a large number of Americans actually had a good idea and were trying to act on it, the so-called “leaders” of the people let them down.
And we might inquire as to WHY virtually every Democrat and other anti-war legislator who was grabbed by the collar and heaved into the monkey cage on Capitol Hill in 2006 suddenly had a calamitous drop in his testosterone level. Why was it that the anti-war movement silently slithered out of the rhetoric of those who were elected based on that rhetoric?
There are quite a few reasons that might be given. One reason offered is that, once the newly-elected legislators got into Congress, they suddenly realized that the U.S. couldn’t pull out of the Middle East without some discomfort to those whose countries we had basically ruined; namely, the Iraqis and the Afghans. “We have completely messed up their governments,” we were told, “and we have to stay in until the systems are back on their feet.” And along the same lines, the same people said: “To pull out now would be to leave unfinished the work we have started.”
Well, everyone knows that kind of justification to be simply a bunch of lame excuses. Countries, companies, and even individuals make mistakes all the time, and they sometimes back out and quit. No, things aren’t the same as they were before, and there are some people who end up inconvenienced by what happened, but that’s just the way things go.
Take the U.S. pullout in Vietnam, for instance. Our part in the war in that country was a mistake from the get-go, and when at last we had finally had enough, we just up and left. Plenty of Americans and lots more Vietnamese had been killed or maimed in that war, but the U.S. had had enough, and we quit. Vietnam was a different place upon our leaving, and it wasn’t very many months before the communists had taken over the whole country, thus negating all of the American blood and money and effort that we had foolishly sent to that malaria-infested jungle of a nation over more than a decade.
But you know what? People get over it. Sure, there are still hard feelings in this country about what happened in Vietnam, and I’m sure there are many Vietnamese who wish that the U.S. had never gone home, but it really just boils down to the fact that, as a nation, we simply didn’t care enough about the Vietnamese to waste any more time dealing with their internal squabbles. I’m not justifying our meddling in the internal affairs in Vietnam, nor am I condoning our abandoning the country to the yellow hordes of Asian communism; I’m simply saying that, once countries get tired of dealing with an issue in a foreign country, they simply pull up stakes and go home. It doesn’t make it right to do so, but neither is it wrong. When something stops serving the interests of the people who are committing the blood and the money to the project, they are free to pull the plug at any time.
That’s what we need to do in the Middle East: pull the plug. Get out. Leave Iraq and Afghanistan. Sure, George W. Bush and his Jew connivers like Paul Wolfowitz and Ari Fleischer tricked our entire country into tearing up both countries, but nobody should hold the American people responsible for the evil of the warhawks who used the 9/11 attacks to serve their own ends.
And what were those ends? Bush had an affinity for oil, we all know that, and Iraq sits atop the richest petroleum reserves in the entire world. So that certainly played a part, particularly in Bush’s little mind. But the factor that carried the most weight was that, in the years before and following 9/11, Iraq was the most powerful nation in the Middle East next to Israel. Iraq didn’t have the weapons that the Israelis did, of course; Iraq didn’t get all of the free military hardware developed and built courtesy of U.S. taxpayers and, furthermore, the Iraqis aren’t nearly arrogant enough to steal U.S. nuclear secrets, as the Israelis did in order to become the only Mideast nation that possesses a nuclear arsenal.
Anyway, Iraq was less developed than Israel, but the nation was relatively unified under Saddam Hussein, who almost miraculously and with a little arm-twisting had managed to bring together the various ethnicities in Iraq so that everyone was basically on the same page. The Jews in Israel and the U.S., always looking for ways to boost their race above everyone else AND – at the same time – knock everyone else down a peg or two, immediately saw 9/11 as a chance to take care of Saddam Hussein and Iraq. It took about a year and a half, but eventually the invasion of Iraq was launched, destroying all semblance of order in that country and pulling its leader down from his post of power.
It seems natural that, following the execution of Saddam Hussein, the U.S. would withdraw its troops, now that its alleged purpose of bringing down Hussein was complete. But now there was another problem that the Jews hadn’t anticipated. Iraq had destabilized to the point that the Jews feared that, without a continued U.S. presence, a rogue organization would seize power and pose an even greater threat to Israel than Saddam Hussein had. And for that reason – and ONLY for that reason – American politicians everywhere began backing down on their sincere pledges to bring the troops home. For that reason – TO PROTECT ISRAEL – the current U.S. President and all of his Democratic Party pansies did a complete roundabout on their position on the issue of the U.S. military in the Middle East.
And today, of course, vigilante groups in Iraq launching surprise attacks on Israel are really the least of the Jews’ worries. Today, U.S. troops remain in Iraq and Afghanistan NOT because we are really trying to stabilize the “new and improved” Iraqi and Afghan governments, and NOT because anyone anywhere is worried about Iraqis or Afghans attacking Israel, but because Iran has now assumed the role of the non-Jewish power-player in the region. The Jews want to make sure that there is a strong U.S. military presence in the Middle East as a deterrent, so that Iran doesn’t get any bright ideas like taking a few potshots at the rogue state of Israel, which hates every country as no other nation or race of people can.
THAT is where we stand today. THAT is why President Obama’s Middle East policy is virtually identical to George W. Bush’s: because the Jews who call the shots in the American media and government are steering the idiot Uncle Sam into doing things that are NOT good for Uncle Sam, but rather… good for Israel and good for Jews.
To see one’s country and race taken advantage of by a hateful and devious people like the Jews is painful to watch. If you have had enough, then you should join with the men and women of the National Alliance, who are trying to form an organization that will lead our people into forming a separate White nation. That nation’s domestic policy will benefit the White people of the nation, and its foreign policy will establish and maintain alliances and policies with other nations for the mutual benefit of both. And there is one thing we can be sure of: the new White nation we hope to create WON’T be good for Jews. I guess that’s why they are working around the clock to prevent us from succeeding.
But we can’t worry about that. We’ve got work to do and kinsmen to rally. And we’d like you to join us.
I’m Erich Gliebe, and thanks for being with me again today.