24 July 2006

Savage Welfare: Uncle Sam Supplies the Zionist Blitzkrieg

Uncle Sam's welfare checks continue to bankroll the Zionist blitzkrieg of Palestine and Lebanon. Two reports over the weekend offer more proof of Uncle Sam's position as the party responsible for bankrolling the Zionist state with the weaponry necessary to slaughter even more innocent civilians and destroying their means of production.

Only days after the announcement of the massive jet fuel giveaway by Uncle Sam to Apartheid Israel, the pro-Apartheid Zionist Intelligence site Debka reported that Uncle Sam has also started an arms airlift devoted to sending more weapons to the Apartheid Regime:
A US arms airlift began running to Israel Saturday, July 22. It is carrying fresh stock of bombs, missiles and spare parts for Israeli Air Force aircraft and helicopters. Giant Galaxy C141 transports have been landing, unloading and taking off at short intervals.
In its lead story on Saturday, the pro-Apartheid New York Times elaborated on the welfare arragement between Apartheid Israel and Uncle Sam:
The Bush administration is rushing a delivery of precision-guided bombs to Israel, which requested the expedited shipment last week after beginning its air campaign against Hezbollah targets in Lebanon, American officials said Friday...

The munitions that the United States is sending to Israel are part of a multimillion-dollar arms sale package approved last year that Israel is able to draw on as needed, the officials said. But Israel’s request for expedited delivery of the satellite and laser-guided bombs was described as unusual by some military officers, and as an indication that Israel still had a long list of targets in Lebanon to strike...

Pentagon and military officials declined to describe in detail the size and contents of the shipment to Israel, and they would not say whether the munitions were being shipped by cargo aircraft or some other means. But an arms-sale package approved last year provides authority for Israel to purchase from the United States as many as 100 GBU-28’s, which are 5,000-pound laser-guided bombs intended to destroy concrete bunkers. The package also provides for selling satellite-guided munitions.

An announcement in 2005 that Israel was eligible to buy the “bunker buster” weapons described the GBU-28 as “a special weapon that was developed for penetrating hardened command centers located deep underground.” The document added, “The Israeli Air Force will use these GBU-28’s on their F-15 aircraft.”

American officials said that once a weapons purchase is approved, it is up to the buyer nation to set up a timetable. But one American official said normal procedures usually do not include rushing deliveries within days of a request. That was done because Israel is a close ally in the midst of hostilities, the official said...

The Bush administration announced Thursday a military equipment sale to Saudi Arabia, worth more than $6 billion, a move that may in part have been aimed at deflecting inevitable Arab government anger at the decision to supply Israel with munitions in the event that effort became public.
Realizing that Apartheid Israel stands on the precipice of an overwhelming defeat that will greatly diminish Uncle Sam's own position in the region, this weapons sale - on such short notice - reveals a great deal about the political and military reality in Apartheid Israel and in Lebanon.

It tells us that in spite of all logic and common sense, Apartheid Israel will continue to use Uncle Sam's fighter planes and tanks to drop Uncle Sam's bombs on civilians and destroy the means of production throughout Lebanon and Palestine. The resupply effort simply serves as a way for Apartheid Israel to lash out with even greater anger and frustration over its failure to achieve its own self-stated military objectives: halting rocket fire and recovering the two captured POWs.

But the political reality is that slaughtering civilians won't help Apartheid Israel win its offensive war against Hizbullah. It will only rally more people to the side of Hizbullah in the region. But we have seen time and time again that neither Uncle Sam nor its Zionist allies think of such long-term consequences.
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