Since Vice President Biden’s visit to Israel last week, over comments on Israel’s expansion and lack of peace plans, Israel’s Ambassador to the U.S. reportedly told Israeli media that ties between Israel and the U.S. are the “worst they’ve been in 35 years.” Maybe, but as the U.S. government’s deceptive Israeli relationship has repeatedly shown, probably not.
Both the U.S. and Israeli governments have deceived their citizens for decades so it’s probably just more smoke. The relationship between the Israeli and the U.S. government — most of which reportedly have to pass a ‘pro-Israel’ litmus test — probably hasn’t been affected much since Israel is the most visited foreign country by U.S. politicians. In fact, most members of the U.S. Congress are constantly protecting the Israeli government and the crimes they commit, especially when it comes to war crimes committed in Gaza.
Much of the ‘News’ fed to American by the corporate media is designed to be intentionally deceptive and one sided, often leaning towards information Israel wants Americans to believe, because many of the ‘News’ reporters and writers either have dual Isreali-American citizenship or have extremely close ties to Israel. Having Israeli citizens writing the ‘News’ for Americans has proved extremely relevant in keeping treason and a host of other crimes committed by the U.S. and Israeli governments covered up.
Americans give Israel billions of dollars of our tax money each year. The vast majority of what our military does, especially when it comes to the never-ending ‘wars’ in Afghanistan and Iraq are done because that’s what Israel wants. Neocons in the Bush administration bent over backwards for 8 years to please Israel while destroying this country. If more Americans knew the truth about the relationship between America and Israel, things would probably change.