The Jewish-lobby controlled media in America and Europe have completely blacked out news of a new $5.5 billion “aid package” signed into law last week by US President Donald Trump, even though news of the handout was greeted triumphantly and prominently in the Israeli media.
Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 last week, which gives Israel $5.5 billion over the next ten years, part of a larger package to give the racially-based Jews-only state a total of $38 billion over the next 10 years.
Even though this is the single largest “aid” package in US history—and worthy in its own right for that fact alone, never mind that it is going to state which has formally declared itself for Jews-only—the Jewish lobby controlled media in America has hushed it up completely.
According to a statement issued by Alison Weir, head of the If Americans Knew organization, “while Israeli media reported on the aid to Israel, no U.S. media reports on the military bill seem to have mentioned the allocation to Israel.
“For example, an in depth PBS examination of the bill mentions aid to Ukraine, which gets a fraction of the amount to Israel, but fails to mention the money to Israel,” Weir continued.
“A separate bill, “The United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018,” has passed the Senate and is now awaiting full House approval. In the House the bill number is H.R.5141 and in the Senate it is S.2497).
“It appears that no national U.S. news media have reported on these bills, despite the fact that this is the largest such aid package in U.S. history,” Weir said.
“While this U.S. legislation is being covered regularly in Israel, the lack of U.S. coverage suggests that most Americans have no idea these bills are before Congress,” she continued.
“Israel lobby organizations such as AIPAC and the ADL are pushing the bills. Jewish Voice reports: ‘More than 100,000 citizens from across the country work with their elected officials and AIPAC staff to strengthen the bonds between the United States and the Jewish state.’
“The article explains: ‘AIPAC members in all 50 states are encouraged to be politically active and develop relationships with their members of Congress to help educate them about the importance of U.S.-Israel ties.
“’Beyond building support in Washington, AIPAC engages pro-Israel activists across the country through a vibrant network of 10 regional offices and seven satellite offices. Pro-Israel activists from Missoula to Miami work hand-in-hand with AIPAC staff to improve the future and security of the United States and Israel, according to the website.’”
The Arutz Sheva Israeli National News service said in its coverage that that the law signed last week “codifies a ten-year memorandum of understanding with Israel negotiated during the Obama administration.
“The bill includes $500 million for U.S.-Israel missile defense cooperation and up to $50 million for U.S.-Israel cooperation to detect enemy tunnels into Israel. The measure was approved by the Senate earlier this month before going to Trump for his signature,” the Israeli media source said.
“In December of 2016, the U.S. Senate voted in favor of a defense policy bill which includes more than $600 million for missile defense cooperation with Israel,” Arutz Sheva went on to add.
“This aid is separate from the memorandum of understanding signed between Israel and the U.S. in September of that year, and which grants Israel $3.8 billion annually beginning in 2018 and through 2028.
“After the memorandum of understanding was signed, Republican senators said they would seek to overturn part of it so that Israel can receive even more aid.”