Subax wanaagsan Congresswoman Omar, I am writing this open letter to you inspired by the courageous positions you staked out over the past couple of weeks. Let me preface this letter by telling you a bit about who I am, I am a former Obama uber-volunteer who fell hook, line and sinker for Barack’s brand of empty sloganeering that masked his pernicious domestic and foreign policies. I made a vow to never believe in another politician again; this is not due to jadedness but out of a wisdom that comes with age and experience. This is the understanding the school of hard knocks conferred upon me: no one is greater than the institution they serve.
However, given my reticence to believe in political personalities, I have been moved over the past month to rally to your side. Though the media-politico complex and the bipartisan Zionist caucus rushed to lynch you politically, their zest to silence you gave Americans an open look into just how much our government is owned by special interests and foreign actors. Allow me to express openly what you hinted at tepidly, AIPAC, along with a sea of special interests and moneyed lobbyists, have commandeered our Republic, nullified the “grand experiment of self-governance”, and turned the citizenry into impotent observers.
These moneyed interests are not just Zionists, who by the way are a perversion of Judaism, they range a gambit of religions and ideologies—all wedded by unadulterated avarice and their slavish worship of money.
By flogging you publicly, Nancy Pelosi and elected officials across the political spectrum showed their hands. They tried to mask their intentions by wrapping their feckless act with identity politics, but most of us know that their resolution against bigotry was actually a racist smear aimed at silencing you. Democrats are making it clearer and clearer—for those who have ears that can listen and eyes that can observe—that their party is a plantation that has perfected the art of using the pains of marginalized people to advance their own interests. In a lot of ways, the paternalism of Democrats is worse than the racism of Republicans.