To begin with, The Financial Expert does not believe that foreign citizens should have any say in U.S domestic politics. However, since the degree to which some of Israel's most extreme supporters in Washington went to win favor for their views of blind support for Israel, we would like to show the other side.
In this article we will show how the U.S foreign policy in the Middle East is not only not in the U.S best interest but also causes large damage to the state of Israel and endangers it. Much like in economics, the interventionist policies have been causing large damage and not any good. Those who are blindly supporting Israel's actions are making sure that peace will never come to the region and in the long run putting Israel's existence in danger and more importantly putting the lives of millions in both sides of the conflict in danger as well.
Last year's Israeli military incursion into
has been termed an “invasion”, in the words of U.S Congressman Ron Paul. It shows that the policy of preemptive or “preventive” war carries the day with Gaza and its policies towards its neighbors. In reality, this is an extension of the Israel U.S. foreign policy of intervention into the internal affairs of other nations, having taken its latest form in the past five years as preemptive war with the U.S. occupation of . Many blind supporters of the state of Iraq in the U.S and around the world believe that the military strategy will work in staving off the threats of rockets being fired by members and supporters of Hamas. Sadly, this strategy is only likely to cause violence and to further radicalize Palestinians in Israel Gaza.
The truth is that the situation with
Israel and is not black-and-white as many on both sides of the conflict tend to portray it. It is really a very complex situation that is extremely difficult for most people to grasp. It is dangerous for the Palestine to continue its policies of intervention into Middle Eastern affairs as if somehow it could change reality. The U.S. U.S. is certain to be blamed.
I accept the view that
has the right defend itself from attack by radical Islamists. However, it must be kept in mind that it is weaponry paid for by taxpayers in the Israel that gets used in Israeli military actions. When U.S. Israel responds to attack (or attacks preemptively) it cannot happen without some sort of consequence to the The U.S on-again, off-again policy has essentially jerked people around who should be left alone to try to resolve their own problems and conflicts. Like in economics, the more the U.S interferes, the more inflamed tensions and passions become. It’s rather like pouring gasoline on a fire. U.S.
It would do Israel and the U.S good to understand what it is that motivates those who have become radicalized, and to bring to an end the occupation and militarization.
and its neighbors should talk to each other and find some way to co-exist. Israel
How might such a peaceful coexistence be even remotely possible? I suggest that a first step the
U.S. could take towards such a goal would be to adopt a policy of non-intervention. This is not to say that the U.S should not be friends with or trade with it. Rather, this is to say that the U.S should treat Israel and its neighbors equally, allowing for trade and travel but providing nothing in the way of taxpayer-funded foreign aid. Israel Israel and its neighbors would have a far greater incentive to settle their own affairs without the U.S.
It is time to end age of the empire , to stop pretending to be an almighty superpower, and to return to being a land where liberty can flourish and which sets a good example for the rest of the world.
Regarding Ron Paul's views on domestic policies, we agree with them 100% but that is for sure non of our business.