President Shimon Peres Confesses

Digest: US and British imperialism created the ‘israel’ genocidal attack-dog to conquer the Palestinian homeland. Imperialist capitalism & zionism are inseparable. US global domination depends on its zionist state terrorist proxy. Without US support, the “jewish state” could not exist. Political Zionism is imperialist, not ‘jewish’.
US propaganda calls anti-zionism “anti-semitism”, to make jewish & zionist seem synonymous, and a pretext to oulaw “anti-semitism” as a “hate crime”.

Peres: We cannot exist without the United States
President Shimon Peres said at Jerusalem conference of the Jewish People Policy Planning Institute, "for our existence, we need the friendship of the United States of America.. It doesn't sound easy, but this is the truth." ..."We cannot give back to the United States what the US is giving us, but in our own small way, we can be of help."...the president said Israel could be of help to the US by enabling an "anti-Iran coalition in the Middle East, and the contribution will not be by declaration, but if we stop the secondary conflict between us and the Palestinians," in order to allow the US to focus on the Iranian threat....

"Israel will have no greater friend than the United States," President Obama said during an appearance with Israeli President Shimon Peres. "I fully support your vision," Peres said. Peres told Obama that his vision of peace for the region can be accomplished...

Peres knew how hard making peace would be but didn't stop trying. "He understood true security comes from making peace with his neighbors”
Obama 9/30/16 Perez funeral

"The three great imperatives of geopolitical strategy are to prevent collusion and maintain security dependence among the vassals, to keep tributaries pliant, and to keep the barbarians from coming together."
Zbigniew Brzezinski, The Grand Chessboard, 1997 (Obama foreign policy consultant)

Theodore Hertzl co-founder of political zionism
In 1896, Theodore Hertzl published The State of the Jews manifesto for a new political Zionist movement. Hertzl said Israel is to become "a bulwark against advance post of civilization against barbarism." Israel is to become the watchdog. There is no fear Israel will undertake any aggressive policy towards the Arab states when this would explicitly contradict the wishes of the U.S. and Britain. But, if for any reasons the western powers should sometimes prefer to close their eyes, Israel could be relied upon to punish one or several neighboring states whose discourtesy to the west went beyond the bounds of the permissible.

US VP Joseph Biden Lays Wreath at Tomb of Theodor Herzl;
Merom gave Biden a copy of Herzl's book, Altneuland devoted to Zionism. Biden said: "You don't have to be a Jew to be a Zionist. I am a Zionist.

Chaim Azriel Weitzmann, co-- founder of Zionism
The first President of the State of Israel, wrote in 1914:
"... should Palestine fall within British sphere of influence, and... encourage a Jewish settlement there, as a British dependency, we could have in 20 to 30 years a million Jews out there-- perhaps more would... a very effective guard for the Suez Canal."
(UN: The Origins And Evolution Of The Palestine Problem , section II
U.S. Policy Blueprint for Israel: A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm
1996 Report prepared by Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies "Study Group for incoming Benjamin Netanyahu regime ond New Israeli Strategy Toward 2000."
The main ideas in this paper emerge from a discussion in which opinion makers Richard Perle, James Colbert, Charles Fairbanks, Jr., Douglas Feith, Robert Loewenberg, David Wurmser and Meyrav Wurmser participated. The report "A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm," is the framework for a series of follow-up strategy reports

Ensuring Israel's Qualitative Military Edge, QME
Andrew J. Shapiro, US Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs Remarks to The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Washington, DC,
Ensuring Israel’s military strength and superiority in the region is critical to regional stability and as a result is fundamentally a core interest of the United States.
As President Obama said: “the United States sees the historic changes sweeping the Middle East and North Africa as a moment of great challenge, but also a moment of opportunity for greater peace and security for the entire region, including the State of Israel.”..our security relationship with Israel is broader, deeper and more intense than ever before. Prime Minister Netanyahu said the security cooperation between our two countries is “unprecedented.”... Yet, with such significant change in the region, we must continue to forge an ever closer relationship. As Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs, one of my primary responsibilities is to preserve Israel’s Qualitative Military Edge, or QME....I want to talk about why...a Strong Partnership Supports U.S. National Security. So let me first turn to why this relationship is so important to the United States ...The most direct tool the United States uses to ensure Israel’s qualitative military edge is security assistance. For some three decades, Israel has been the leading beneficiary of U.S. security assistance distributed through the Foreign Military Financing program, FMF...each year Israel accounts for 60 percent of U.S. security assistance funding distributed through FMF....Our total FMF funding amounts to $5.5 billion per year, of which more than 80 percent goes to the supporting our partners and allies in the Middle East.

The Invention of the Jewish People, demolishes major pillar of Israel's claim to israel as a homeland for the 'Jewish People'.
The Invention of the Land of Israel, knocks down another foundational pillar,"Eretz Israel", “Land of Israel”
By Shlomo Sand, Israeli Professor of History, Tel Aviv University


Peters’ “Blood borders” map
June 2006 AFJ
Army Lt. Col. (ret.) Ralph Peters, “Blood Borders” in June 2006 AFJ. suggested a reimagining of Middle Eastern and Asian borders along ethnic, sectarian and tribal lines to ease regional tensions. The article and the accompanying map were — and continue to be — widely taken as Washington’s blueprint for imperial meddling. Today, the article and map remain among the most-visited pages on the AFJ website.
Sept.29, 2009 veteran foreign-affairs reporter Robin Wright offered a vision in the NYT for remapping the Middle East to alleviate tension... “a strategic game changer for just about everybody, potentially reconfiguring alliances, security challenges, trade and energy flows for much of the world, too.”: Imagining

Remapped Middle East, Robin Wright

Expertise: Security and Defense International Security Terrorism National Security U.S. Foreign Policy Pakistan Turkey Middle East and North Africa Egypt Iran Iraq Jordan Lebanon Libya Palestinian Authority Saudi Arabia Syria
Affiliations: Journalist and Author/Editor eight books... More...
Robin Wright joint fellow U.S. Institute of Peace and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars...fellow at the Brookings Institution, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as well as Yale, Duke, and the University of California...former diplomatic correspondent for The Washington Post, NYT Magazine, TIME, Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, LA Times, Foreign Affairs, many more...contributing writer to The New Yorker... has reported from over 140 countries on six continents - See more at:

How 5 Countries in the Middle East Could Become 14 - Graphic ...
Sep 28, 2013 Analysis by Robin the map of the Middle East could be redrawn.

US strategy emerging new capitalist face in its post WW3 global order, Time for ISIS to soon take back-burner or move on?
Forces of Fortune: The Rise of the New Muslim Middle Class and What It Will Mean for Our World
by Vali R. Nasr, former senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Currently senior adviser to Richard C. Holbrooke, US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Nasr explains an "important development in the Muslim world should shape [the US'] approach...""Their devoutly Islamic, highly modern distinctive blend of Islam and capitalism is crucial to bringing lasting reform to the region”...Helping this ‘critical middle’ "dominate their societies is the best way of making sure those global values will take deep root as Muslim values, paving the way to democracy... this rising class and the thriving world of Islamic finance (banking and financial services compatible with sharia regulations)...the emerging centers of power in the Middle East are instrumental to tipping the scales of power away from extremism”...
"Take American chips away from endlessly hypocritical and fruitless diplomatic games and rhetoric, our weakest hand, put the chips on our strength -- helping Middle Eastern and Muslim countries economic growth. That's the way to ultimately defeat terrorists, build middle classes, loosen ties to Arab autocrats, and develop democracies. That's Vali Nasr's brilliant message. It's the only way to rescue U.S. foreign policy from disasters."
—Leslie H. Gelb, former New York Times columnist and senior government official, CFR president emeritus

"With his unique credentials and bold insights, Vali Nasr has written a landmark work at a pivotal time..."
—Robin Wright, author 2008 Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East

Undercurrents of Hope in a Region of Turbulence ... brave people there pushing for liberty and democracy” "Notable Book for 2008."

*Pentagon report predicted support for Islamist rebels would create ISIS
US Director of Defense Intelligence Agency Report
DIA Intelligence Report ‘R 050839Z Aug 2012’ Judicial Watch, 287-293 (291) JW v DOD and State 14-812,
18 May
“ ideal atmosphere for AQI to return to its old pockets in Mosul and Ramadi, will provide renewed momentum under presumption of unifying the jihad among Sunni Iraq and Syria, and the rest of the Sunnis in the Arab world against what it considers one enemy, the dissenters. ISIS could also declare an Islamic State through its union with other terrorist organizations in Iraq and Syria...” ‘The Salafist, the Muslim Brotherhood and AQI are the major forces driving the insurgency in Syria...There is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers [The West, Gulf monarchies and Turkey] to the [Syrian] opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime’ (DIA 2012).