Monday, July 27, 2015

Israelis Excited for the Release of Evil Jew Infiltrator Pollard

The release of Pollard is going to be a big chance for us to demonstrate the sick nature of the US-Israel relationship.
We are ostensibly doing this to make-up for Israel being unhappy with the Iran deal.
But what do we owe these people? What have the Jews ever done for us, other than rip us off and demand more?
Jonathan Pollard’s incarceration is close to a national obsession in Israel, where he has gone from being a source of embarrassment to a cause célèbre.
His nearly 30 years of captivity is a sore point for many Israelis, who feel his sentence is disproportionately harsh for a man the U.S. convicted of spying for an ally, Israel.
In numerous interviews since his 1985 arrest, the dual U.S.-Israeli citizen has endeared himself to the Israeli public by acknowledging that he stole and copied classified Navy documents out of a feeling of affinity for Israel.
He has also stated his refusal to be released in exchange for any political concessions by Israel, including the relinquishment of territories to the Palestinians. Over time Israelis have come to see him as a misguided idealist, treated unfairly by a spiteful U.S.
The U.S. says he received tens of thousands of dollars from Israel for spying on the U.S.
Israel initially denied any knowledge of his actions, going so far as to turn him away from its embassy doors in Washington when he attempted to evade arrest. Since then, Israel has accepted responsibility for employing him as a covert agent and has apologized to the U.S.
In recent months, ahead of Mr. Pollard’s scheduled parole hearing in November, Israel has been rife with rumors that American officials would release him despite long-standing Central Intelligence Agency opposition, due to his unusually long sentence and precarious health.
It is incredible the way these Jews stick up for their own. They genuinely view themselves as a collective, unified race.
I think you have to respect that.
And we should be able to learn from it.
RTX1706NShowImage.ashxIsraeli protesters hold posters of Jonathan Pollard in front of Israeli Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem.  Israeli protesters hold posters of Jonathan Pollard, who was convicted for spying on the United States in 1987, in front of the Israeli Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem June 19, 2005. The protest, calling for Pollard's release from a US prison, took place during U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. REUTERS/Ammar Awad - RTREUY76A6AE06B-046D-4DBD-AE9E-FA6237C466EC_mw1024_s_nJonathan-Pollard-protest-009pollardbear-e1393182603385pollard-protest-kotel-635x357JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - MARCH 19:  (ISRAEL OUT) Israelis protest against US President Barack Obama as they call for the release of Jonathan Pollard, a Jewish American who was jailed for life in 1987 on charges of spying on the United States, during a demonstration outside the Israeli President's residence on March 19, 2013 in Jerusalem, Israel.  Obama will make his first visit as President to the region tomorrow, and his itinerary will include meetings with the Palestinian and Israeli leaders as well as a visit to the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)1801468469pollard1-e1388690867782

1 comment:

  1. That's one ugly merchant. I thought spies were executed for crimes against this country. Bet if he was executed, the judens would claim another 6 joozillion and demand even more money from our tax payers as reparations .