AIPAC 101 — What Every American Should Know

Uploaded on May 13, 2011 by Anthony Lawson

Correction: I spelled diamond incorrectly. Sorry about that. The AIPAC circus is coming to town, Washington, May 22nd to May 24th, 2011.

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3 thoughts on “AIPAC 101 — What Every American Should Know

  1. This video is what’s known as a “limited hang out”, which means it’s a partial confession designed to distract people from the bigger crime. After watching it they’ll believe they have the answers, but they’ll still be ignorant of the entire scope of the problem.

    It’s almost accurate in that is does expose A.I.P.A.C.’s political machine, but it puts all the power to control politicians in the hands of campaign contributions to help hide the fact that they’re blackmailed pedophiles, and that dirty little secret has caused the fall of governments in the past.

    Outside of current events, there’s nothing in the video that wasn’t exposed more than 20 years ago by ex-congressman Paul Findley in his book “They Dare To Speak Out”, and concerned citizens who watch this today will believe they understand how our politicians are controlled by Zionists, but the real power, and the extent of that control will remain hidden. They’ll clamor for the fall of A.I.P.A.C., and ask for “campaign finance reform” bills, and feel successful when that’s accomplished, but congress will still be under A.I.P.A.C.’s control through their blackmail practices.

    And that’s how a “limited hang out” operation works. The activist public will feel empowered, as if they accomplished something, and then they’ll go back to sleep, but A.I.P.A.C. will still control our politicians.

    Our politicians are not only crooks and whores. they’re pedophiles too, and it’s important that the American people understand the whole story.

    1. Thanks for explaining that….I understand exactly what you are saying. We do think we know how things work, but as you pointed out, we don’t know the whole thing….it goes so deep that it doesn’t end. I guess you could say that all the “wars on drugs, poverty, etc,” could be looked at the same way in that it never ends….someone benefits and it is never the people.

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