Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)
In the first part of this essay, we covered the plethora of spending — over $20 billion — for immigrants and immigration-related services which the United States federal government packed into the $1.7 trillion Omnibus spending bill. The bill is a veritable laundry list of programs for immigrants, both legal and illegal, spanning from housing and education to victims’ services and reimbursements for legal fees.
With immigration out of the way, it is time to cover the remaining two categories: Israeli/Jewish issues, and Black issues.
In terms of the bill’s kowtowing to Israel, Jews, and the Holocaust, I was not disappointed. There are over 75 mentions of the words Israel, Holocaust, Jew, and Jewish. In fact, the total spending on issues pertaining to Jewish interests totals nearly $6 billion, though much like the spending for immigrants and minorities, many other programs will have their spending folded into larger budgets and are therefore not readily discoverable simply by searching through the bill for certain terms.
$3.3 billion will be allocated to Israel under the Foreign Military Financing Program (FMFP). This program, run by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) of the US Department of Defense, is largely charged with distributing money to foreign states to help them to maintain their militaries and buy American-made technology. Much of the time this technology is then sold to the US’ adversaries. It’s an open secret that Israel sells American military tech to China, for example. Our greatest ally never fails us.
Other nations are also being given pieces of the $6.012 billion FMFP pie, among them Egypt, Jordan, Taiwan, and Bahrain. This is relevant because it is yet another open secret that these funds are often not used for military purposes, especially in the Arab countries, and are instead used to placate the local populations to keep them from rising up and demanding that their governments do something about the Israeli menace.
$500 million is being allocated to Israel under the Israeli Cooperative Programs ledger. We were unsure what this obscure “ledger” was, but upon some searching we discovered it is the Iron Dome missile defense program. The US has a long history of footing the bill for Iron Dome and receiving no benefit from it. In fact, the Israelis have thus far refused to allow the US access to a system it paid for by refusing to hand over key and access codes. The American people can foot the bill, but they won’t get any of the rewards. This feels like an abusive relationship.
Moving on to matters of global importance: Israel has a right to some $921 million in nuclear non-proliferation funding. Much of this money will be used to fund international organizations and programs which the Israeli government flagrantly violates through its possession of nuclear weapons, all while demanding that their adversaries follow the supposedly sacrosanct dictates of international law and its bodies. America’s commitment to Israel is so serious, in fact, that the United States will withhold this funding from any organization which excludes Israel. This effectively gives the Israeli government veto power over which international organizations receive funding, as the US is by far the largest donor to most multilateral and global organizations.
Keeping with the theme of multilateralism and the burdens of the international arena, the American people may be surprised to learn that they are stepping up to place $5 million on the tray to fund refugees currently residing in Israel — presumably so that they can be relocated to white countries. At very least we know that Israel will use the funds to remove non-Jews from their state and maintain their demographic dominance in a land they consider their own — all while American Jews deny white Americans this right.
How do we know this? Israel has a long track record of doing so, and we could provide a list of links which on its own could constitute an article about Israel’s relocation of minorities, refugees, immigrants (both legal and illegal), and other undesirables from its land.
And finally, under allocations we have a final spit in the face of the American people: $65.2 million will be allocated to the United States National Holocaust Memorial, an ugly building mere blocks from the US Capitol which simultaneously promotes diversity and Jewish ethnic hegemony over a country that is not their own.
Oh, and how could we forget! All Israeli debt and loans owed to the US were once again deferred. The Congressional Research Service calculated in early 2022 that the Israeli government has taken out loans and grants totaling $150 billion dollars from the US since 1971, but the US has not bothered to collect on this debt even once.
Outside of spending, there are two other notable items. The first is the creation of a gold medal honoring Benjamin Berell Ferencz, who was the Chief Prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials. He also bilked Germany out of hundreds of billions as the chief negotiator for Jewish “reparations” after the war. And secondly, the Kol Israel Foundation Holocaust Memorial of Ohio is being designated as a new national memorial.
A staggering $12.5 billion will be allocated to “Historical Black Colleges and Universities.” Despite record low academic performance, high dropout rates, and staggering campus crime, black students will enjoy the most funding per capita of any racial group in the United States. This means leaving talent white youth behind in favor of the lowest-performing blacks.
$2 million is being allocated to the “Commission for the Social Status of Black Men and Boys.” We have certainly never heard of this august body before, and are curious about its history.
A further $29 billion is being allocated to “competitive grants to preserve the sites and stories of the Civil Rights movement.” In other words, the US government is taking white tax dollars to fund art, music, architecture, and other projects designed to make the white population feel guilty over occurrences that took place before, during, and after the Civil Rights era. If you, dear reader, have ever wondered where so much of the funding for anti-white politics comes from, it is here.
This allocation is separate from yet another allocation for “Historically Black Institutions,” which totals $20.15 billion. This allocation occurs in the form of guaranteed, taxpayer-funded loans to black institutions of culture and higher learning. We could find no evidence that these loans have ever been called back by the government, and it would appear that they are regularly deferred in the annual budgets.
There was not a single dime set aside for white Americans in the entire $1.7 trillion bill, but from a simple search for the term “black” in the omnibus bill’s text we uncovered roughly $62 billion in spending for blacks in the United States.
There were likewise over a dozen references to Hispanics, 14 to African-Americans, more than 70 to Jewish- and Israeli-related issues — and not a single mention of the United States’ founding stock. There is little more we could say to emphasize the reality of the situation other than to call for readers to support pro-white organizations that seek to bring about political change.
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