A.J. Castellitto
We must stand with Israel (or we will fall!)
By A.J. Castellitto
December 25, 2014

"The prime minister told colleagues in recent days ... that his office's understanding of the issue and the government's take on it is that the Americans will not cast a veto against a resolution that reaches the Security Council" http://www.algemeiner.com/2014/11/03/obama-threatened-netanyahu-with-dropping-unsc-veto-against-anti-israel-moves%e2%80%8f-report-video/

This is such a no-brainer that I can't believe it must even be said to my fellow citizens.

But sadly, our government and many of our fellow Americans are enabling the UN Security Council and various anti-Israel factions throughout the world to reduce our support and shape our future course. (David Duke AND the PCUSA should be ashamed! http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2014/06/23/david-duke-and-the-presbyterian-church-usa-join-in-common-cause-against-israel/ )

Our own president continues to strong arm Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to accept resolutions that would reestablish the boundary between Israel and the West Bank that existed before the 1967 Six Day War. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/live-soon-netanyahu-addresses-congress/

The bully tactics against Israel from their greatest ally and global democratic partner is more than a little disconcerting. Unfortunately, there is not much about Obama's presidency that hasn't been these past six years.

Thankfully, it appears the US would be counted on to veto the most recently drafted resolutions (or the resolution is simply THAT objectionable).


But with this administration many have become conditioned to always prepare for the worst.

The American people must always and often demand that our government provide Israel the vital support it requires to sustain itself. The day America turns its back on Israel is the day the world lies on the brink of global catastrophe.

Choose your position wisely!

© A.J. Castellitto


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