Michael Scheuer, a 20-year CIA veteran and chief of the CIA’s bin Laden unit, spent his entire career developing strategies to keep America safe. It was Dr. Scheuer’s job to take available intelligence, by any means deemed necessary, and devise plans to protect Americans without considering bias, position, or even existing alliances.
In “Congress, Israel, and Another Season of Treason,” Mike offers policy makers a little different view of Israel’s importance to America’s national security interests.
In recent months, we have seen most of the presidential candidates and dozens of elected U.S. officials from both parties line-up to do the bidding of the Israeli government and its disloyal Jewish-American advocates, collectively Israel-First. These U.S. officials are now thoroughly involved in supporting a foreign-government-sponsored political and propaganda campaign against their own president, government and, countrymen.
The fact is that the United States shares no important common national-security interest with Israel. Indeed, the bilateral relationship does nothing but undermine and intensify Muslim hatred for U.S. foreign policy and the U.S. government, further deplete the already bankrupt U.S. treasury, ensure the continuation of our now two-decade old war with Sunni Islam, and expose the bipartisan U.S. governing elite for what it is, the well-bribed, anti-American lapdog of the Jewish-American community.
In a world where the expanding reach, numbers, and lethality of the Sunni Islamist movement is the most dangerous threat to the republic’s security – in part, because it is being ignored by Washington — U.S. political leaders have spent 2015 focused on Obama’s Iran deal and the highly public and subversive efforts of Israel, the Israel-First fifth column in the United States, and many in both U.S. political parties to derail it. Whether or not the deal is approved, Americans should be enraged at ability of a foreign power and its U.S.-citizen advocates to divert attention away from the genuine Sunni threat to America and to the non-threat from Shia Iran, which threatens Israel and the Sunni States, but America only because its foreign policy reliably champions and protects Israel and the Sunni tyrants.
Michael Scheuer concludes with his view on the foreign policy position, using presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson as an example: “Dr. Carson may have never run for or held elective office, but on the issue discussed above he sounds like he has long been on AIPAC’s payroll.”