There’s a first principle quite instinctive to us humans, which manifests itself in our nascent years. That principle is, “Always ask why”. As children, our parents would often chide us for asking why and may have seen us doing so as, questioning their authority. They may have responded with, “because I said so”, or, “I am your mother/father and do as you’re told”. This was never satisfying for me and I can only imagine how the suppression of that natural curiosity, instead of nurturing it, would lead to innumerable cerebral insufficient adults — those we encounter in our everyday lives who question absolutely nothing and go with everything the government and media dictates.

First principles are essential, for they have stood the tests of time, are useful and have never been found to be untrue.

Another such important first principle is, “qui buono” “who benefits”.

While the title of this article is sure to piss off many, the first principle, those who would be upset ought to abide by, would be to ask why, and allow natural curiosity to guide them through my explanation.

Here’s a great example as to why: Congress just voted billions of dollars of U.S. tax money to Israel and none of the Jewish lamestream outlets told Americans about it; that both houses of Congress, today, voted massive aid to Israel

As a reminder, Israel is a tiny country with a long record of human rights abusesviolations of law, systemic racism, and damage to Americans. Their list of atrocities is quite lengthy!

The amount of money given to this parasite nation, amounts to over $7,000 per minute in a day. The legislation passed both houses in such large numbers that Congress can likely override any potential presidential veto. This, despite the fact that George Washington warned that a ‘passionate attachment’ to a foreign country produces ‘a variety of evils…’.

Press release from AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee)

“AIPAC commends the U.S. Congress for including significant pro-Israel provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021. These critical provisions will help Israel protect itself against continuing security threats.

[Editor’s note: Israel has one of the most powerful militaries in the world and is the only country in the Middle East with nuclear weapons, which US officials are banned from mentioning.]

“Importantly, the measure includes the United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2020 (S. 3176). This legislation authorizes $3.3 billion in annual U.S. security assistance to Israel through FY 2028, as called for in the 2016 U.S.-Israel Memorandum of Understanding on security assistance. The legislation also includes key initiatives to galvanize U.S.-Israel cooperation in a variety of military and civilian spheres (major provisions detailed below).

“Beyond the elements of the U.S.-IsraelSecurity Assistance Authorization Act, the bipartisan defense measure authorizes $500 million in FY 2021 for U.S.-Israel missile defense cooperation with explicit sums for both R&D and procurement for the Iron Dome, David’s Sling and Arrow missile defense systems.

“The bill also authorizes the Secretary of Defense to establish a U.S.-Israel Operations-Technology Working Group within the Defense Acquisition Advisory Group to focus on early R&D in key battlefield technology.

“The bill also encourages further U.S.-Israel cooperation in diagnosing and treating victims of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

“In adopting these pro-Israel provisions, AIPAC appreciates the leadership of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe (R-OK) and Ranking Member Jack Reed (D-RI), Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Chris Coons (D-DE), James Risch (R-ID), Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Ted Cruz (R-TX), Tom Cotton (R-AR) and Gary Peters (D-MI), and House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-WA) and Ranking Member Mac Thornberry (R-TX), and Reps. Eliot Engel (D-NY), Michael McCaul (R-TX), Ted Deutch (D-FL), Joe Wilson (R-SC), Michael Waltz (R-FL), Frank Pallone (D-NJ), Elaine Luria (D-VA), Lee Zeldin (R-NY) and Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA).

“Major provisions of the U.S.-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act include:

  • Authorizing $3.3 billion in annual U.S. security assistance to Israel through FY 2028, as called for in the 2016 U.S.-Israel Memorandum of Understanding on security assistance.
  • Extending authorization for the U.S. War Reserve Stockpile in Israel through FY 2025 and authorizing an additional $200 million annually in stocks.
  • Lifting current limitations on the transfer of precision-guided munitions (PGMs) to Israel in an emergency and authorizing the President to exceed the current limitation of $200 million on the transfer of PGMs in a non-emergency setting under certain conditions.
  • Authorizing the Secretary of Defense, following study, to establish a directed energy program with Israel.
  • Authorizing a total of $14 million for U.S.-Israel cooperation in energy, water, agriculture, cyber and alternative fuel technologies.
  • Authorizing $6 million over the next three years to finance cooperative projects among the United States, Israel and developing countries.
  • Authorizing $12 million over the next three years for an initiative to enhance partnerships between U.S. and Israeli companies to develop innovative medical projects primarily aimed at detecting, treating and curing COVID.”

Now, would be a good time to put to use that second first principle I mentioned earlier – Who Benefits?

America is a Jewish Israeli Colony. For anyone to argue otherwise would be just daft. Now, I do not revel nor take delight in this reality. I am just saying, the facts won’t support their theory.