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Chapter 8: The United States of America Factor

The Role of Woodrow Wilson in Advancing Early Zionism and U.S. Apartheid

A member of the Democratic Party, Wilson served as the president of Princeton University and as the 34th governor of New Jersey, before winning the 1912 presidential election. President Woodrow Wilson was the 28th president of the U.S. from 1913 to 1921.

As president, he oversaw the passage of progressive legislative policies unparalleled until the New Deal in 1933. He also led the U.S. into World War I in 1917 (the war that gave birth to the Balfour Declaration).

Wilson presided over the passage of the Federal Reserve Act (23rd December 2013), which created a central banking system in the form of the Federal Reserve System (the birth of the U.S. global Apartheid system).

After Germany signed an armistice in November 1918, Wilson and other Allied leaders took part in the Paris Peace Conference, where Wilson advocated for the establishment of a multilateral organization known as the League of Nations (which gave a platform to Smuts and others to advocate for a Zionist homeland).

The League of Nations was incorporated into the Treaty of Versailles and other treaties with the defeated Central Powers, but Wilson was unable to convince the Senate to ratify that treaty, or allow the U.S. to join it.

Wilson suffered a severe stroke in October 1919 and was incapacitated for the remainder of his presidency. He retired from public office in 1921.


Initial U.S. Support for Zionism

Backing for Zionism among American Jews was minimal, until the involvement of Louis Brandeis in the Federation of American Zionists (1912) and the establishment of the Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs in 1914; it was empowered by the Zionist Organization "to deal with all Zionist matters, until better times come".

Woodrow Wilson, who was sympathetic to the plight of Jews in Europe and favorable to Zionist objectives (giving his assent to the text of the Balfour Declaration shortly before its release) stated on March 2, 1919, "I am persuaded that the Allied nations with the fullest concurrence of our own Government and people are agreed that in Palestine shall be laid the foundation of a future Jewish commonwealth" and on April 16, 1919, corroborated the U.S. government's "expressed acquiescence" in the Balfour Declaration.

Wilson's statements did not result in a change in policy of the U.S. State Department in favor of Zionist aims. However, the U.S. Congress passed the Lodge-Fish resolution, the first joint resolution stating its support for "the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people" on September 21, 1922. The same day, the Mandate of Palestine was approved by the Council of the League of Nations.

During World War II, while U.S. foreign policy decisions were often ad hoc moves and solutions dictated by the demands of the war, the Zionist movement made a fundamental departure from traditional Zionist policy and its stated goals, at the Biltmore Conference in May 1942. Previous stated policy towards establishing a Jewish "national home" in Palestine were gone; these were replaced with its new policy "that Palestine be established as a Jewish Commonwealth" like other nations, in cooperation with the United States, not Britain. Two attempts by Congress in 1944 to pass resolutions declaring US government support for the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine were objected to by the Departments of War and State, because of wartime considerations and Arab opposition to the creation of a Jewish state.

U.S. Support for the Formation of the State of “Israel”

Following WWII, the U.S. became intensively involved in the political and economic affairs of the Middle East, in contrast to the hands-off attitude characteristic of the pre-war period.

During Truman's administration the U.S. had to face and define its policy in all three sectors that gave rise to American interests in the region, namely the Soviet threat, the birth of Israel, and petroleum.

On May 14, 1948, the U.S. under Truman, became the first country to extend any form of recognition to the newly formed State of “Israel”. This happened within hours of the Jewish People's Council gathering at the Tel Aviv Museum and David Ben-Gurion declaring the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz Israel. The phrase "in Eretz Israel" is the only place in the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of “Israel”, containing any reference to the location of the new State.

The text of the communication from the provisional government of Israel to Truman was as follows:

MY DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: I have the honor to notify you that the state of “Israel” has been proclaimed as an independent republic within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of 29 November 1947, and that a provisional government has been charged to assume the rights and duties of government for preserving law and order within the boundaries of Israel, for defending the state against external aggression, and for discharging the obligations of “Israel” to the other nations of the world in accordance with international law. The Act of Independence will become effective at one minute after six o'clock on the evening of 14 May 1948, Washington time.

With full knowledge of the deep bond of sympathy which has existed and has been strengthened over the past thirty years between the Government of the United States and the Jewish people of Palestine, I have been authorized by the provisional government of the new state to tender this message and to express the hope that your government will recognize and will welcome “Israel” into the community of nations.

Very respectfully yours,


Agent, Provisional government of “Israel

The text of the U.S. recognition was as follows:

This Government has been informed that a Jewish state has been proclaimed in Palestine, and recognition has been requested by the provisional Government thereof.

The United States recognizes the provisional government as the de facto authority of the new State of “Israel”.

(sgn.) Harry Truman

Approved, 14 May 1948

Post 14 May 1948 Support for “Israel” by the U.S.

From its formation, the U.S. has been an emphatic backer of “Israel.” It has played a key role in the promotion of good relations between “Israel” and its neighbouring Arab states (namely Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, along with several others in the 2020 Abraham Accords), whilst also holding off frequent hostilities from certain other Middle Eastern countries such as Syria and Iran. Relations with “Israel” are a very important factor in the U.S. government's overall foreign policy in the Middle East, and the U.S. Congress has likewise placed considerable importance on the maintenance of a close and supportive relationship.

“Israel” is the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. foreign aid in U.S. history.

In 1999, the U.S. government signed a Memorandum of Understanding through which it committed to providing “Israel” with at least USD2.67 billion in military aid annually, for the following ten years; in 2009, the annual amount was raised to USD3 billion; and in 2019, the amount was raised again, now standing at a minimum of USD3.8 billion.

Since 1972, the U.S. has also extended loan guarantees (a form of indirect U.S. assistance to “Israel”, as they enable “Israel” to borrow from commercial U.S. banks at lower rates) to “Israel” to assist with housing shortages, “Israel’s” absorption of new Jewish immigrants and its economic recovery following the 2000-2003 recession, caused in part by the Second Intifada.

Moreover, the U.S. is “Israel's” largest trading partner, and “Israel” is the U.S.' 25th-largest trading partner; two-way trade totaled some USD36 billion in 2013. Bilateral trade increased to nearly USD50 billion by 2023.

In addition to financial and military aid, the U.S. also provides large-scale political support to “Israel,” having used its United Nations Security Council veto power 42 times against resolutions condemning Israel, out of a total 83 times in which its veto has ever been used. Between 1991 and 2011, out of the 24 vetoes invoked by the U.S., 15 were used to protect “Israel.”

Bilateral relations have evolved from an initial American policy of sympathy and support for the creation of a Jewish homeland in 1948, to a partnership that links a small but powerful “Israeli” state with the U.S. attempting to balance influence against other competing interests in the region, namely those of Russia and its allies.

“Israel” is designated by the U.S. as a major non-NATO ally, and was the first country to be granted this status alongside Egypt in 1987; Israel and Egypt remain the only countries in the Middle East to have this designation.

As of 2021, the U.S. remains the only permanent member of the United Nations Security Council to have recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and moved its embassy to the disputed city from Tel Aviv in 2018. The U.S. is also the only country to have recognized the Golan Heights (designated as Israeli-occupied Syrian territory by the United Nations) as non-occupied “Israeli” sovereign territory, doing so via a presidential proclamation under the then Trump administration in 2019. However, under the subsequent Biden administration, the U.S. State Department’s annual report on human rights violations around the world once more refers to the West Bank, Gaza Strip, East Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights as territories that are occupied by Israel.

Nevertheless, in June 2021, in response to a claim by The Washington Free Beacon that it had "walked back" its recognition, the Near Eastern Affairs account of the U.S. State Department tweeted that "U.S. policy regarding the Golan Heights has not changed, and reports to the contrary are false."

The Three Apartheid States

The word “apartheid” is commonly and correctly associated with a very dark period in South Africa’s history. It is an Afrikaans word, derived from the French term “mettre à part”, literally translated as “separating, setting apart.” Apartheid means a policy that is founded on the premise of separating people based on racial or ethnic criteria.

Such a separation policy simply cannot be implemented in a peaceful fashion, only by the brutal application of power (violence in other words). Ask anyone who opposed apartheid in South Africa at the time of its existence. Apartheid was however terminated in South Africa in 1994 (although its appalling legacy is proving extremely difficult to unwind) but has continued emphatically in “Israel” to this very day – you are hopelessly deceived if you cannot accept that by now.

But “Israel” would wither very quickly without the active collusion of the monster apartheid nation, the U.S. The U.S. practices apartheid? On a scale never before seen on the face of the earth, but in an economic sense (although the economic impacts ripple down with racial overtones often in attendance).

On the 15th August 1971, the U.S. committed an act of insolvency, by defaulting on the Bretton Woods system. Instead of the world holding the U.S. accountable, it simply acted as lap dogs. Ever since, the U.S. has traded recklessly under insolvent conditions, and fraudulently represented a piece of paper as value for the exchange of primary goods/supplies and services of real utility – the biggest racket in human history. This off the back of the USD having become the world’s reserve currency in the early 1920s. Hey presto! U.S. profligacy, hubris and inefficiencies could be exported via its currency, meaning that the rest of the world subsidized its excesses and were consigned by brutal economic (and military) power, to separation, becoming universal second-class humans economically. It has been long known that the U.S. enjoys an egregiously evil advantage in the global financial system – it is able to conjure value ex-nihilo (out of nothing) and use this “nothingness” to import resources and boost domestic living standards.

Who has bewitched the world that the U.S. acts with such arrogance and impunity, without explicit censure? This can only be the blindness of the world’s prophets arising from U.S. harlotry with Zionism.

However, with the post WWII new world order controlled by Zionists, hardly surprising. But apartheid can never be sustainable and despite the incestuous apartheid collusion between “Israel” and the U.S., it is rapidly coming to an end for both nations. An incomprehensible (for Zionists that is) switch is swiftly approaching!


The House on Tuesday (5th December 2023) passed a resolution that says, "anti-Zionism is antisemitism." The chamber’s latest piece of legislation conflates criticism of Israel with antisemitism.

The resolution, which is presented as a resolution condemning antisemitism, passed in a vote of 314-14-92. Only thirteen Democrats and one Republican voted against the legislation, while 92 Democrats voted "present" in protest of a line buried in the bill that explicitly claims anti-Zionism is antisemitism.

It is a legislated reality now – the U.S. is a colony of the Zionist world order! Does this qualify as the foolhardiest act of U.S. politicians in U.S. history? It could very well be the case!