Israel Firster Casino Mogul Super-Pacs Against U.S. Taxpayers


16th Richest Man in the World Destablizes U.S. Politicians Who Shun Israel First Policies


U.S. Politicians Under Attack By Israeli Firster SuperPac Posing as American National


by Johnny Punish


Sheldon Adelson, Las Vegas casino and hotel magnate, has been secretly funding a new Super Pac for Israel to fight against presidential candidates that don’t tow the Israeli first line. 

The super pac is called “The Emergency Committee for Israel“.

Watch below as right wing zionist Gary “Benedict Arnold” Bauer shills for this Israel first superpac.  

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This week  Adelson and his assigns are targeting Ron Paul.  Paul has been touting NO foreign aid based on the principle that we need to spend our money at home and not in lands far far away. This translates into billions taken away from Adelson’s beloved Israel which is has been the # 1 recepicient of U.S. citizen tax dollars for decades.

Next up after the Ron Paul take down, Adelson the the Israel Super Pac will take dead aim at President Obama who has never been 100% on board with his Israeli first agenda.

Now in the RT video clip below journalist Max Blumenthal exposes Israel’s increasing role in American politics.

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Blumenthal gives an honest assessment of how American zionists like Sheldon Adelson have teemed up with Israeli politicians to manipulate American elections through super PACs like The Emergency Committee for Israel. Adelson actually gave Newt Gingrich $5 million after he called the Palestinians an “invented people” and claimed that Ron Paul’s Middle East policy of peace is “dangerous.”

As the video states, Adelson has deep political ties to Israel’s politics, including owning an Israeli paper that is considered by many to be the propaganda arm of the Israeli Prime Minister, Netanyahu.

It is widely estimated that American organizations like AIPAC, Goldman Sachs, and American zionists contribute 50% of all of America’s campaign contributions.

This should not be shocking though considering that Jewish Americans comprise 33% of America’s millionaires, 40% of America’s billionaires, and 45% of Forbes’ 40 richest Americans.

Israel’s lobby in America, AIPAC, is the only foreign agent in the US that does not have to register under the Foreign Agent Registration Act.

This is especially egregious considering that AIPAC employees have been caught red-handed stealing American military secrets on two separate occasions, but have not even been prosecuted for their espionage.

Almost every major American politician in the last decade has either met with AIPAC or flown to Israel to receive approval before running a campaign. Many of America’s congressman have admitted that they consistently ask how Israel feels about a bill before voting on it.

The consequences of this type of intervention by AIPAC, Israel, and American zionists are quite severe.

America’s pro Israel Middle East policy is directly responsible for tragedies such as September 11, 2001, the Iraq war, and the Patriot Act.

Gangster in a suit Adelson is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Las Vegas Sands Corp., the parent company of Venetian Macao Limited which operates The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino and the Sands Expo and Convention Center.

Adelson vastly increased his net worth upon the initial public offering of Las Vegas Sands in December 2004. He is currently the 8th wealthiest American and 16th wealthiest person in the world, with a net worth of $23.3 billion.

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The Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, WI) October 31, 2000 With the election a week away, this will undoubtedly look like just another paid political announcement.

But there are no politics involved and no money has changed hands. At least not these hands.

Now, having made the appropriate election-year disclaimer, it is time to sing the praises of Sen. Herb Kohl, the owner of the Milwaukee Bucks and a man who is up for re-election.

When Bucks guard Sam Cassell says, “We’ve got the makings of a special team here,” he’s not blowing preseason smoke or spewing political rhetoric. Kohl’s talented yet heretofore inconsistent team is the trendy pick to win its first Central Division title since 1986. A few experts even think the Bucks are the best team in the Eastern Conference, most of which appears to be stuck in reverse. go to site kohls coupons printable

If any of that comes to pass during the NBA season that opens tonight, the biggest reason will be Kohl. It wasn’t until he stopped being a businessman and started acting like a sportsman two years ago that the current Bucks began to take shape.

Kohl bought the Bucks in 1985, preserving their future in Milwaukee, but he ran the team like he ran his other businesses. Above all, they had to turn a profit.

Unfortunately, that meant the bottom line was more important than the front line. Kohl’s literal interpretation of the NBA salary cap often handcuffed his basketball people. That was good for Kohl’s net worth, bad for fans who wanted to see playoff games.

If an NBA owner wants to win, he must be willing to compete financially — for front-office people, for coaches, for players. That is particularly difficult for a small-market, cold-weather team such as Milwaukee.

About two years ago, following seven consecutive playoff-free seasons, Kohl decided he didn’t want to just own an NBA team, he wanted to own a contending NBA team. Thus, he opened his checkbook and began to assemble a team that today could be the most feared in the East.

Kohl’s first significant move was to hire respected coach George Karl for four years and $20 million. A year later, Kohllured respected general manager Ernie Grunfeld to Milwaukee for another industry-leading salary. Together, Kohl’s well-paid imports built a deep, talented team around Ray Allen and Glenn Robinson.

Karl taught the Bucks how to win, leading them to the playoffs in his first two seasons, and gave the franchise instant credibility around the league.

Grunfeld is the front-runner for executive of the year after unloading every ounce of dead weight on his roster — Danny Manning, J.R. Reid, Robert Traylor, Billy Owens — and getting guard Lindsey Hunter and power forward Jason Caffey, two respected NBA starters, in return. Grunfeld also made a draft-day steal when he traded for Joel Pryzbilla, a better-than-advertised man-child who is the team’s center of the future.

Kohl made another significant move when Karl wanted to interview at North Carolina, his alma mater, in August. Kohl said no because he knew that keeping Karl was the secret to keeping free agent Tim Thomas. He was right. Karl stayed and convinced Thomas to do the same, although $67 million of Kohl’s money had something to do with it. Indeed, there is no greater proof of Kohl’s new commitment than the $67 million check he wrote for a non-starter.

Kohl also made sure the Bucks kept free agent Darvin Ham, which meant the seven-man nucleus would return intact from the team that came within a defensive rebound of upsetting eventual conference champion Indiana in the first round of the playoffs. go to web site kohls coupons printable

So, Kohl hired the best management team in the NBA and gave it the financial backing — the Bucks are now $21 million over the salary cap — to build a contender. All that’s left is for the team to actually contend.

The Bucks fell eight games shy of Karl’s goal of 50 wins last year because they didn’t play defense until the final 12 games and couldn’t get along in the middle of the season. They finished strong, however, and now it’s up to Karl to get them to take the next step.

Allen, Robinson, Cassell, Thomas and Hunter give the Bucks more firepower than any team in the league. Caffey and Ervin Johnson provide enough inside strength to survive in the East, which is nearly devoid of big-time centers. The bench of Thomas, Hunter, Ham and Scott Williams makes Milwaukee the deepest team this side of Portland.

But while the talent is enough to make 50 wins a realistic goal in a division that is there for the taking, the Bucks still must prove they have leadership and toughness before anyone can take them seriously. They must maintain their preseason commitment to defense and accept the fact that there won’t be enough minutes or shots to go around.

“My team, in general, hasn’t proved a thing,” Karl said. “We haven’t won a playoff series.” No, but by fulfilling his election-year promise, Kohl has finally made winning a playoff series possible.

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Johnny Punish, the artist, is the founder and General Manager of VT. He is also a writer, global citizen activist, visionary, musician, artist, entertainer, businessman, investor, life coach, and syndicated columnist. In business, he’s known by the name John Allen

Punish was educated at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (1980-81) and California State University Fullerton (1981-1984) with studies in accounting and business. Before the “internets” were invented, he owned and ran (5) U.S. national newspapers.

He has over 100 original songs penned, recorded, produced and registered with ASCAP with several songs placed in feature films. His music is promoted worldwide and played on all digital networks and net radio.

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