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Biden's Billion to Israel: A Slap In Your face

Written by Michael Thervil  


American President Joe Biden

As the American President uses his executive powers over the American Congress essentially overriding the votes of the American People to give Israel $1 billion in weapons, vehicular support, and munitions aid, it serves as nothing more than a slap in the face of the American People. To date, the genocide that Israel is committed in Gaza has killed over 35,000 with an unprecedent number of people missing under the ruble. It should be noted that Israel has killed more women and children than they have killed Hamas fighters. Adding insult to injury, Israel's weaponized use of the Artificial Intelligence application “Lavender” has another estimated 30,000 targets on their “kill list” set aside.  


It seems that people across America from the local deli to the local flea market, to the college campus near you have enough. But the question of the day is: “What are they going to do about it?”. And it seems as if the answer to that question is nothing. For the Americans that support Israel, this is considered a big win for them, however, they are the minority when it comes to this issue. While American president Joe Biden is basically giving away the tax dollars of the American People at an unprecedented rate, it appears that he could careless bout not only the genocide that occurring against the Palestinian People in Israel, but it looks like he can give less than a George Bush fuck about the socio-economic conditions of the average working American.  


While the American economy is in what is known as “shrinkflation” (getting less while paying the same or more for a product), is now headed toward what Gerald Celente of the Trends Research Institute has coined “Dragflation”, the average American simply cannot afford to keep up with the rising cost of goods and services due to the artificially increased interest rates set by the federal reserve. For the average American deceased hip-hop rapper and actor 2Pac Shakur was correct when he made the statement: “They got money for war but can't feed the poor ''. From America's crumbling infrastructure, to the office building bust, to the banking bust that currently happening, to poorly education students in the vast number of American schools, to the poor quality of foods that are being grown in American, the unstable socio-economic state of Americans across the it seems to make no difference to American President Joe Biden.  


According to reports, the $1 billion dollars in aid to Israel is supposed to be forwarded to them over an unspecified period of time. However, the question of “What is the average American citizen supposed to do in the meantime?’ comes to mind. When you look at the employment numbers in America, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:   


“Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 175,000 in April, and the unemployment rate  changed little at 3.9 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Job gains occurred in health care, in social assistance, and in transportation and warehousing.”  


This finding by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says a lot about the state of the American economy and where it's headed. Our findings indicated that since the creation of Israel in 1948, America has provided over $300 billion (about $920 per person in the US) in aid – this doesn't include the “Black Budget Programs”. Many Americans are wondering where all the money is coming from? This question is one that is worth asking since technically America is broke. The exercising of executive powers by American president Joe Biden has allowed more than $500 million to be transferred to Israel for tactical vehicles, more than $60 million for the shipment of mortar rounds to be shipped to Israel, and over $700 million to be used by Israel for tank ammunition.   


Three questions come to the minds of the average American: “Just how big are America's breasts?” followed by “How much milk is in her titties?”. The last question is the most relevant question asked by Americans: “If God is on the side of Israel – then how come they don't lean on God who is considered by many to be the great provider instead of leaning on America?” 


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