There is no doubt in my mind that the privileged, pampered elites, most of whom attended Ivy League schools, are a hotbed of corruption and anti-Semitism.

And it now appears they are throwing a temper tantrum because Israel is pursuing its goals to remove rocket-firing Hamas, an existential terrorist threat to Israeli men, women, and children.

Like government cowards the world over, their weapon of choice is the leaked anonymously sourced memo criticizing their own Administration’s policies. And, of course, the leak is to one of their favorite progressive communist democrat media outlets, Politico, which is said to be the distributor of the progressive’s daily talking points.

The reason these anti-Semites are upset is that Israel is ignoring their proffered wisdom as they pursue an Obama-led Biden State Department Iran appeasement effort to gin up one last photo-op regarding Iran’s nuclear ambitions. One, to secure Obama’s legacy and legitimize his Nobel Peace Prize, awarded without any peace process justification. And two, to bolster Biden’s dismantling of Trump’s wildly successful peace initiative, which brought peace to the region and ignored fruitless negotiations with Iran’s proxy terrorists in the region. Where Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and other nations realized that it was Iran, not Israel, that was the enemy.

Another leaked memo…

State Department staffers offered a blistering critique of the Biden administration’s handling of the Israel-Hamas war in a dissent memo obtained by POLITICO, arguing that, among other things, the U.S. should be willing to publicly criticize the Israelis.

The message suggests a growing loss of confidence among U.S. diplomats in President Joe Biden’s approach to the Middle East crisis. It reflects the sentiments of many U.S. diplomats, especially at mid-level and lower ranks, according to conversations with several department staffers as well as other reports. If such internal disagreements intensify, it could make it harder for the Biden administration to craft policy toward the region.

[OCS: Excuse me! Low- and mid-level staffers advise and execute the President’s wishes but do not make foreign policy. To the extent there are disagreements, it is incumbent for these staffers to follow directions or resign – at least stay quiet.]

The memo has two key requests: that the U.S. support a ceasefire, and that it balance its private and public messaging toward Israel, including airing criticisms of Israeli military tactics and treatment of Palestinians that the U.S. generally prefers to keep private.

[OCS: This is an abomination! Israel suffered a terrorist attack that resulted in the largest single loss of Jewish lives since the Holocaust. It was the terrorist group Hamas, with Iranian training and direction, that broke the previous low-level cease-fire, which ended on the day of the Hamas attack. Any ceasefire before the removal of Hamas fighters and their weapons is not a matter of discussion, as there is only one right side of history.

No amount of multiculturalism, moral equivalency, or diplomatic waffling can negate the fact that Israel suffered a 9/11-style attack. Israel had no comment as the U.S. killed, injured, and displaced tens of thousands of civilians as we fought terror in the Middle East. Likewise, the U.S. should support Israel and remove any government employee who supports a terrorist regime.

Considering the State Department’s cock-ups in Benghazi, Libya, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, Ukraine, and elsewhere, the Department’s entire staff should be fired and the institution rebuilt.]

The gap between America’s private and public messaging “contributes to regional public perceptions that the United States is a biased and dishonest actor, which at best does not advance, and at worst harms, U.S. interests worldwide,” the document states.

[OCS: Are these simpering ass-wipes serious? There is only one side in the fight between good and evil. And the weakness and willingness to appease displayed by both the Obama and Biden administrations has harmed our allies and made us the laughingstock of the world. The U.S., by definition, is not a neutral arbiter or the policeman of the world as we pursue our own national interests.]

We must publicly criticize Israel’s violations of international norms such as failure to limit offensive operations to legitimate military targets,” the message also states. “When Israel supports settler violence and illegal land seizures or employs excessive use of force against Palestinians, we must communicate publicly that this goes against our American values so that Israel does not act with impunity.”

[OCS: I call bullshit! Israel’s military is the most moral fighting force on the face of the planet. It is Hamas that has violated all international norms, and civilian deaths caused by placing fighters and weapons in private homes, schools, hospitals, and Mosques is on Hamas, not Israel. Private homes, schools, hospitals, and Mosques become legitimate military targets when they engage Israeli forces or are used to store weapons. Building a hospital on top of a Hamas control facility is a war crime in and of itself.]

The memo is marked “sensitive but unclassified.” It’s not clear how many people signed it or if and when it was submitted to the Department’s Dissent Channel, where employees can voice policy disagreements. It’s also not clear if the document was revised in any way beyond the version obtained by POLITICO.

[OCS: This is what agitprop looks like, and those who leaked the memo need to be removed immediately.]

The memo obtained by POLITICO was authored by two midlevel staffers who have worked in the Middle East, said a department employee who has seen the document and was granted anonymity to discuss a sensitive topic.

[OCS: Why would the Department authorize anyone to discuss an internal memo anonymously?]

Blinken has been holding listening sessions with groups of staffers unhappy with the trajectory of U.S. policy in the last few weeks.

[OCS: Blinken is not a leader; he is a pussy who takes orders from his Obama handler.]

To read the Politico piece in full and in context, it can be found here.

Meanwhile, Biden's official propagandist is trying to wrangle the Jews back into the coalition corral...


For those of you who do not recognize the name, Neera Tanden, she is Biden's 23rd Director of the Domestic Policy Council. Tanden had a central role in the founding of John Podesta's Soros-funded propaganda mill, the Center for American Progress, and succeeded John Podesta as CAP's president and CEO. And was closely associated with progressive communist democrats like former President Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former President Obama, and people like Mike Donilon, Cedric Richmond, Anita Dunn, Gene Sperling, Mitch Landrieu, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Julie Rodriguez, John Podesta, and Stephen K. Benjamin. 

Bottom line…

The Obama and Biden Administration, along with the tough-talking pansies and snowflakes in the State Department, are destroying America from within. We need a regime change in 2024. Even the idea that a mentally-compromised corrupt racist and foreign agent can be considered for the Presidency should be abhorrent to every American.

We are so screwed.

-- Steve

We are so screwed. 

“Nullius in verba”-- take nobody's word for it!
"Acta non verba" -- actions not words

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