The Protocols of AIPAC by Hal Lindsey

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The Protocols of AIPAC
by Hal Lindsey - Watchman Warning: 8-29-2014

The new issue of The New Yorker features a hit piece against Israel. And,  
as hit pieces go, it’s brilliant. It does what good propaganda usually  
does. It plays on the prejudices of its audience. If the goal is to  
undercut Israel, there are many prejudices from which to choose. Just  
build the message around age-old stereotypes of Jews.

Americans have a deep mistrust of lobbyists, so the natural place to start  
an attack on Israel is through the group that lobbies for it — the  
American Israel Public Affairs Committee, usually known as AIPAC.

The article claims that AIPAC sabotages peace treaties, encourages war,  
and decides who will be elected to federal office. It says that they do  
this with the shrewd manipulation of cash. Amazingly, a hit piece on  
Israel doesn’t have to back up such claims. It can simply go to the back  
of the closet, find a bunch of useful old canards against the Jewish  
people, and use them. Run the world? Of course they run the world. They’re  


Who Watches the Watchmen?

"How are we going to beat back the anti-Israel divestment resolution at  
Berkeley? We’re going to make sure that pro-Israel students take over the  
student government and reverse the vote. This is how AIPAC operates in our  
nation’s capital. This is how AIPAC must operate on our nation’s  
campuses." - Jonathan Kessler


Coming to a campus near you: ADL recruits student politicians for Israel  
Rahim Kurwa on August 30, 2014

As the school year starts, the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) director of  
Campus Initiatives, Naomi Mayor, has sent personalized invitations to  
elected members of student government inviting them to participate in an  
all-expenses paid trip to Israel.

Called the “Campus Leaders Mission to Israel,” these trips are one of the  
ADL’s most important tactics in influencing campus political decisions.  
Rather than focus on convincing the general student body to continue  
supporting the occupation, this tactic focuses on influencing student  

By convincing them to adopt political positions that support the Israeli  
occupation, the ADL and other groups can create a bulwark between student  
popular opinion and the student government’s actual votes.