US Senate Betrays Constitution for Israel: Commitment to attack Iran


In a stunning betrayal of the Constitution of the United States, which obligates the United States to conform to the UN Charter and international law, the US Senate has before it a resolution that commits the nation to support Israel militarily, diplomatically, and economically should it decide to attack Iran “in its legitimate self-defense”, where every action Israel has ever taken–from the Six Days War to its incursions into Lebanon–has been deemed by the American government to be “in its legitimate self-defense”.

The resolution states:

If the Government of Israel is compelled to take military action in legitimate self defense against Iran’s nuclear weapons program, the United States Government should stand with Israel and provide, in accordance with United States law and the constitutional responsibility of Congress to authorize the use of military force, diplomatic, military, and economic support to the Government of Israel in its defense of its territory, people, and existence.

As M.J. Rosenberg has observed,

[T]he “self-defense” limitation is no limitation at all. The United States has deemed all major Israeli military actions as “self-defense” (most recently two Gaza wars) with the oft-repeated statement that the United States is “fully supportive of Israel’s right to defend itself.” Couple that with President Obama’s language ruling out containment of a nuclear Iran and it’s pretty clear that any attack by Israel on Iran will be deemed self-defense by the United States.

Rand Paul (R-KY) has been doing what he can to tone down the resolution, but whether he can prevail is yet to be seen.  While this is a non-binding resolution that does not have the force of law in committing the nation to support Israel under these circumstances, it does express “the sense of the Senate”. While the President is obligated by the Constitution to seek its “advice and consent”, this commitment violates international law and the UN Charter and therefore the Constitution itself.

At the very least, AIPAC should be required to register as a “foreign agent”. Its virtually complete domination of American foreign policy has led wits to describe the US as “the United States of Israel”.  The problem is that this is not a joke, where “our gallant ally” is drawing us deeper and deeper into a conflict which has enormous potential to precipitate World War III.  It is a positive sign that Russia has intervened in Syria.  It will not stand idly by while Israel and the United States attack Iran.



Iran poses no imminent treat to the US or to Israel, where the stunning stupidity of the Senate resolution emerges from the reflection that:

(1) Iran has no nuclear weapons program, much less any nukes;

(2) the casualties from an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear energy facilities would be catastrophic; and

(3) Israel is not an ally of the United States, but is committed to advancing its own interests, regardless of the consequences for the US or, indeed, for the world at large.

(1) Iran has no nuclear weapons program

Iran not only has no nuclear weapons program but is a peaceful nation that has not attacked any other country for more than 300 years.  The Supreme Leader of Iran, The Ayatolla Khamenei, has declared, “Nuclear energy for all, nuclear weapons for none”.  Iran has signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and has allowed inspectors.  All 16 US intel agencies concluded in 2007 that Iran was not pursuing a nuclear weapons program, a conclusion that it reaffirmed in 2011.

Israel, by contrast, has more than 200 and as many as 600 of these little beauties. It has never signed the NPT and will not allow inspectors. The War against Terror was an Israeli contrivance to set the United States on a course to dismantle the sophisticated Arab states and leave Israel with uncontested domination of the Middle East.  Upon his return from serving as Supreme Commander, Allied Forces Europe, Gen. Wesley Clark was presented with a plan to dismantle seven Arab nations in the next five years.  Syria and Iran are the final stages of this Israeli plan.

(2) The civilian casualties would be catastrophic

Estimates have it that an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear energy facilities would bring about an estimated 1 million Iranian deaths outright and another 35,000,000 premature deaths as the cloud of pollution swept across Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.  Even if there were proof of an Iranian nuclear weapons program, what could possibly justify an atrocity of this magnitude?  Yet the US Senate would have our nation become complicit in one of the greatest atrocities of human history?

For the sake of comparison, according to the “official account”, some 6,000,000 Jews died during the Holocaust.  Set aside that the International Committee of the Red Cross maintained detailed records that support perhaps 600,000 deaths of Jews, gypsies and the mentally and physically impaired, Benjamin Netanyahu is willing to sacrifice six times the number of deaths alleged to have taken place during the Holocaust to promote Israel’s political domination of the Middle East.  This is just about as disgusting as it gets and reveals decisively that Israel has only its own interests at heart and is willing to sacrifice even the welfare of American troops in combat to promote it, not to mention 36,000,000 innocents to advance its political agenda.


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We have so much invested in Israel. The US through UN chartered itty bitty baby Israel. It's a sliver of a country really. 15 miles wide roughly the size of Road Island. Road Island was the first of the original colonies to declare independence from the crown. Little history factoid there.

To think Israel runs the US is comical really. Especially if you have any sense of history.

As far as US Foreign Policy is concerned, I think, AIPAC plays quite a major and, perhaps, a decisive role.

Indeed. There have been in depth studies that conclude Jews are smarter than the rest of us. Caucasian avergae is 100 I.Q whereas an Ashkenazi Jew is somewhere in the ballpark of 115 to 120 IQ. 

There are a lot of very powerful Jews no doubt. The Bush White House e.g looked like a bar mitzvah there were so many Jews.

Yes... we have so much invested in Israel but it has been to our own detriment. For starters... we can't afford to support Israel militarily, economically or diplomatically. The middle class in the US has already been strangled to death by taxes.

And... what about no entangling alliances? IMO... it has been an alliance spawned out of hell. Zionists within Israel and the US are hell bent on taking control over the Middle East and all its resources. And war has raged on and on over it and many brown people have been murdered and displaced in the name of 'fighting the war on terrorism.' And what results out of this...BLOWBACK. You get what you give out.

For a small itty bitty Country, they sure have much influence on a Global scale and the US has been one of Israel's biggest cheerleaders... it is what is is.

They have power and influence because it's a New World Order state. The only real significance to controlling Israel is Jerusalem. Controlling the holy land of the three major world religions is paramount in controlling the minds and hearts of (religious) men. If God is for us then who can stand against us? That is their power. The New World Order controls Israel the same as the U.S or the UK. All are nation states of a would-be global empire that has it's roots in the royal families of Europe, the Rothschilds, and the corporate moguls of the United States like the Rockefellers, Carnegie, Ford, the Vanderbilts, Morgans; the people that literally built this country from the ground up.

"this commitment violates international law and the UN Charter and therefore the Constitution itself."

Exactly what clause of our constitution requires us to obey the UN charter?

Doesn't exist. "They" would argue that the Constitution is a 'living document' and thus subject to alterations befitting of the times.

Then "they" are guilty of treason!

Yep. You're right, Kryptographic. In fact, Obama has said so, in as many words, that the U.S. Constitution was out-of-date, so he was ripping it up and writing a new one.

Is there any doubt that they will not only make changes to the Constitution, to suit their whims and fancies, they may, in fact, write an altogether new one. Can anyone forget what Obama told the reporters in Nov. last year? He specifically said that the U.S. Constitution had become a hindrance to progress in America. In his own words “The document is so out-date, that it is now becoming a hindrance to governing the country.” Later, he signed an Executive Order voiding the U.S. Constitution and stated “We need to move forward. We need change.” And, he also confirmed that he had already drafted a new constitution and that Americans “will love what I came up with.”

Here, take a look....


"Destroying the New World Order"



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