The international Jewish Lobby has submitted a demand for $50 billion in military aid from America, even though the US national debt has topped $18 trillion and is set to increase to over $20 trillion by 2019.
According to a report in the Jerusalem-based Times of Israel newspaper, the Jewish state has demanded its US taxpayer-funded “military aid” to be set at $5 billion per year for a decade, beginning in 2017.
The total is a significant increase from Israel’s current aid package, which stands at close to $3 billion per year.
The Times of Israel, quoting “Congressional sources,” said that the White House and Israel “would ultimately agree on a sum between $4 billion and $5 billion.”
The “military aid” includes a demand for Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor military aircraft, which have an operational range of 1,011 miles (1,627 kilometers). These aircraft were originally earmarked for purchase by Israel in 2013, but that order was rescinded in favor of an order for a second batch of much more costly Lockheed Martin F-35 stealth fighters.
The range and capability of the V-22 Osprey aircraft make them ideal for bombing Iran, a plan which Israel has long been aiming to put into operation after falsely claiming that the Iranians have an “atom bomb.”
In addition, Israel has contracted for more than 30 F-35 multirole fighter planes; and has indicated that it may want as many as 75.
The “aid” package allows Israel to “buy” all manner of sophisticated weaponry, for which the US government then pays. All this is only possible because of the stranglehold which the Jewish lobby has over the American government.
According to the Times of Israel, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon was in Washington last week to meet with his counterpart Ashton Carter to discuss the new “security memorandum” between the two countries, which is set to replace the current one which will expire in 2018.
In terms of that “old” memorandum, Israel was handed more than $30 billion in US military aid from 2008 to 2018.
The new $5 billion per year demand does not include other US “aid” to Israel, such as the funding of the “Iron Dome,” “Arrow,” and “David’s Sling” missile systems, which have cost billions and which have been paid for out of a separate US budgetary account.
During the Carter-Ya’alon joint address in Washington, Carter reiterated Washington’s “iron-clad commitment” to Israel’s qualitative military edge, which he called “a cornerstone of our strategy in the Middle East.”
Meanwhile, Forbes magazine has reported that the US national debt has exceeded $18 trillion and is projected to approach $21 trillion by 2019.
Broken down per taxpayer, Forbes said, the “numbers are substantial.”
Forbes then published two charts (below) containing this data, showing that the debt had more than doubled over the past 11 years, rising from $72,051 per taxpayer in 2004 to $154,161.
As Forbes said: “As the debt continues higher, the liability of every taxpayer is also rising. The change in the amount of the federal debt per taxpayer from 2004 to 2015 represents an average annual increase of 7.16%. This is much more than the average annual wage increase during the same period.”
In other words, America does not even have the demanded $5 billion (or the current already given $3 billion) per year to hand over to the Jews-only state. It has to be borrowed, and then the debt is inflicted upon the ordinary American taxpayer for decades to come.
This disaster will never end until the Jewish lobby’s grip over the American political process is broken.