America Is the Only Country with a Favorable View of Israel

The U.S. Is the Only Country Which Supports Israel No Matter What It Does

Americans – living in a huge country which has never really been invaded, and as the sole superpower – are famous for being out-of-touch with how the rest of the world thinks.

So my fellow Americans will probably be surprised to learn that the U.S. is more or less the only country in the world which has a favorable view of Israel.

Specifically, a 2012 BBC poll found that the U.S. and Nigeria were the only countries of those polled in which the majority of people had favorable views of Israel:

But Nigeria swung negative in the 2013 BBC poll, leaving the U.S. alone of all countries polled:

Indeed, the 2013 poll shows that  Israel is the fourth least popular country in the world, trailing only Iran, Pakistan and North Korea:

Iran is once again the most negatively viewed country, with negative ratings climbing four points to 59%. Most people also give negative ratings to Pakistan (56%, up five points), North Korea (55%, up three points) and Israel (52%, up one point).

Israel Has Violated United Nations Resolutions More than Any Country In the World

Another measure of world opinion on Israel is that the United Nations has condemned Israel’s violence towards its neighbors again and again.

Haaretz noted in 2002:

Israel holds the record for ignoring United Nations Security Council resolutions, according to a study by San Francisco University political science professor Steven Zunes.


Israel leads the list. Since 1968, Israel has violated 32 resolutions that included condemnation or criticism of the governments’ policies and actions.


Zunes specifically avoided counting resolutions that are vague or unclear so that governments could claim different interpretations to the meaning of the resolutions. Thus, the famous UN Security Council resolutions 242 and 338 are not included in his study. He also did not count resolutions that only included condemnations. Instead, he focused on those that included specific calls for changes in the subject governments’ policies.

The resolutions Israel violated were either about its annexation of East Jerusalem or settlements in the territories. Israel also ignored UN Security Council resolutions that called for Israel to cease using harsh measures against the Palestinian population and to cease expelling Palestinians.

Pulitzer prize winning journalist Chris Hedges points out that Israel has broken nearly a hundred UN Security Council resolutions regarding Gaza alone.

Here is a brief sampling of UN Security Council resolutions against Israel:

  • Resolution 106: The Palestine Question (March 29, 1955) ‘condemns’ Israel for Gaza raid
  • Resolution 111: The Palestine Question (January 19, 1956) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for raid on Syria that killed fifty-six people”
  • Resolution 127: The Palestine Question (January 22, 1958) ” … ‘recommends’ Israel suspends its ‘no-man’s zone’ in Jerusalem”.
  • Resolution 162: The Palestine Question (April 11, 1961) ” … ‘urges’ Israel to comply with UN decisions”
  • Resolution 171: The Palestine Question (April 9, 1962) ” … determines flagrant violations’ by Israel in its attack on Syria”
  • Resolution 228: The Palestine Question (November 25, 1966) ” … ‘censures’ Israel for its attack on Samu in the West Bank, then under Jordanian control”
  • Resolution 237: Six Day War (June 14, 1967) ” … ‘urges’ Israel to allow return of new 1967 Palestinian refugees”. and called on Israel to ensure the safety and welfare of inhabitants of areas where fighting had taken place
  • Resolution 256: (August 16, 1968) ” … ‘condemns’ Israeli raids on Jordan as ‘flagrant violation”
  • Resolution 258: (September 18, 1968) … expressed ‘concern’ with the welfare of the inhabitants of the Israeli-occupied territories, and requested a special representative to be sent to report on the implementation of Resolution 237, and that Israel cooperate
  • Resolution 259: (September 27, 1968) ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s refusal to accept UN mission to probe occupation”
  • Resolution 265: (April 1, 1969) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for air attacks on Salt
  • Resolution 270: (August 26, 1969) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for air attacks on villages in southern Lebanon”
  • Resolution 279: (May 12, 1970) “Demands the immediate withdrawal of all Israeli armed forces from Lebanese territory”
  • Resolution 280: (May 19, 1970) ” … ‘condemns’ Israeli’s attacks against Lebanon”
  • Resolution 285: (September 5, 1970) ” … ‘demands’ immediate Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon”
  • Resolution 298: (September 25, 1971) ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s changing of the status of Jerusalem”
  • Resolution 316: (June 26, 1972) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for repeated attacks on Lebanon”
  • Resolution 317: (July 21, 1972) ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s refusal to release Arabs abducted in Lebanon”
  • Resolution 332: (April 21, 1973) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel’s repeated attacks against Lebanon”
  • Resolution 337: (August 15, 1973) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for violating Lebanon’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and for the forcible diversion and seizure of a Lebanese airliner from Lebanon’s air space”
  • Resolution 347: (April 24, 1974)” … ‘condemns’ Israeli attacks on Lebanon”
  • Resolution 444: (January 19, 1979) ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s lack of cooperation with UN peacekeeping forces”
  • Resolution 446 (March 22, 1979): ‘determines’ that Israeli settlements are a ‘serious obstruction’ to peace and calls on Israel to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention”
  • Resolution 450: (June 14, 1979) ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to stop attacking Lebanon”.
  • Resolution 452: (July 20, 1979)   … ‘calls’ on Israel to cease building settlements in occupied territories”
  • Resolution 465: (March 1, 1980) ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s settlements and asks all member states not to assist Israel’s settlements program”
  • Resolution 467: (April 24, 1980) ” … ‘strongly deplores’ Israel’s military intervention in Lebanon”
  • Resolution 468: (May 8, 1980) ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to rescind illegal expulsions of two Palestinian mayors and a judge and to facilitate their return”
  • Resolution 469: (May 20, 1980) ” … ‘strongly deplores’ Israel’s failure to observe the council’s order not to deport Palestinians”
  • Resolution 471: (June 5, 1980) ” … ‘expresses deep concern’ at Israel’s failure to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention”
  • Resolution 478 (August 20, 1980): ‘censures (Israel) in the strongest terms’ for its claim to Jerusalem in its ‘Basic Law’
  • Resolution 487: (June 19, 1981) ” … ‘strongly condemns’ Israel for its attack on Iraq’s nuclear facility”
  • Resolution 497 (December 17, 1981), decides that Israel’s annexation of Syria’s Golan Heights is ‘null and void’ and demands that Israel rescinds its decision forthwith
  • Resolution 501: (February 25, 1982) ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to stop attacks against Lebanon and withdraw its troops”.
  • Resolution 515: (July 29, 1982) ” … ‘demands’ that Israel lift its siege of Beirut and allow food supplies to be brought in”
  • Resolution 516 (August 1, 1982) demanded an immediate cessation of military activities in Lebanon, noting violations of the cease-fire in Beirut
  • Resolution 517: (August 4, 1982) ” … ‘censures’ Israel for failing to obey UN resolutions and demands that Israel withdraw its forces from Lebanon”.
  • Resolution 520: (September 17, 1982) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel’s attack into West Beirut”.
  • Resolution 573: (October 4, 1985) ” … ‘condemns’ Israel ‘vigorously’ for bombing Tunisia in attack on PLO headquarters
  • Resolution 605: (December 22, 1987) ” … ‘strongly deplores’ Israel’s policies and practices denying the human rights of Palestinians
  • Resolution 607: (January 5,  1988) ” … ‘calls’ on Israel not to deport Palestinians and strongly requests it to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention
  • Resolution 608: (January 14, 1988) ” … ‘deeply regrets’ that Israel has defied the United Nations and deported Palestinian civilians”
  • Resolution 636: (July 16, 989) ” … ‘deeply regrets’ Israeli deportation of Palestinian civilians
  • Resolution 641 (August 30, 1989): ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s continuing deportation of Palestinians
  • Resolution 673 (October 24, 1990): ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s refusal to cooperate with the United Nations
  • Resolution 681 (December 20, 1990): ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s resumption of the deportation of Palestinians
  • Resolution 694 (May 24, 1991): ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s deportation of Palestinians and calls on it to ensure their safe and immediate return
  • Resolution 726 (January 6. 1992): ” … ‘strongly condemns’ Israel’s deportation of Palestinians
  • Resolution 799 (December 18 , 1992): “. . . ‘strongly condemns’ Israel’s deportation of 413 Palestinians and calls for their immediate return
  • Resolution 1435 (September 24, 2002) demanded an end to Israeli measures in and around Ramallah, and an Israeli withdrawal to positions held before September 2000
  • Resolution 1544 (May 19, 2004) “…‘calls on’ Israel to respect its obligations under international humanitarian law, and insists, in particular, on its obligation not to undertake demolition of homes contrary to that law”
  • Resolution 1860 (January 8, 2009) “…‘calls for’ an immediate, durable and fully respected ceasefire, leading to the full withdrawal of Israeli forces from Gaza; ‘calls for‘ the unimpeded provision and distribution throughout Gaza of humanitarian assistance, including of food, fuel and medical treatment”

Of course, America is the only country which consistently votes against such  resolutions:

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Older, White American Males Are Virtually the Only People In the World Who Unconditionally Support Israel

Even with the United States, there are only certain groups which support Israel.

A new poll by Pew this month shows that it is mainly Americans 50 years or older, males, conservatives and evangelicals who support Israel:

Indeed, much of the unquestioning support for Israel – no matter what it does – comes from Americans who confuse Zionism with Judaism, and evangelicals who think that the Bible has preordained an Apocalypse started by war between Israel and Arab nations.

(Wikipedia notes:  “The largest concentration of Evangelicals can be found in the United States, with 28.9% of the population or 91.76 million ….”)

Dr. Timothy Webber – an evangelical Christian who has served as a teacher of church history and the history of American religion at Denver Seminary and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Vice-President at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Lombard, IL, and President of Memphis Theological Seminary in Tennessee – notes:

In a recent Time/CNN poll, more than one-third of Americans said that since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, they have been thinking more about how current events might be leading to the end of the world.

While only 36 percent of all Americans believe that the Bible is God’s Word and should be taken literally, 59 percent say they believe that events predicted in the Book of Revelation will come to pass. Almost one out of four Americans believes that 9/11 was predicted in the Bible, and nearly one in five believes that he or she will live long enough to see the end of the world. Even more significant for this study, over one-third of those Americans who support Israel report that they do so because they believe the Bible teaches that the Jews must possess their own country in the Holy Land before Jesus can return.

Millions of Americans believe that the Bible predicts the future and that we are living in the last days. Their beliefs are rooted in dispensationalism, a particular way of understanding the Bible’s prophetic passages, especially those in Daniel and Ezekiel in the Old Testament and the Book of Revelation in the New Testament. They make up about one-third of America’s 40 or 50 million evangelical Christians and believe that the nation of Israel will play a central role in the unfolding of end-times events. In the last part of the 20th century, dispensationalist evangelicals become Israel’s best friends-an alliance that has made a serious geopolitical difference.


Starting in the 1970s, dispensationalists broke into the popular culture with runaway best-sellers, and a well-networked political campaign to promote and protect the interests of Israel. Since the mid-1990s, tens of millions of people who have never seen a prophetic chart or listened to a sermon on the second coming have read one or more novels in the Left Behind series, which has become the most effective disseminator of dispensationalist ideas ever.


During the early 1980s the Israeli Ministry of Tourism recruited evangelical religious leaders for free “familiarization” tours. In time, hundreds of evangelical pastors got free trips to the Holy Land. The purpose of such promotional tours was to enable people of even limited influence to experience Israel for themselves and be shown how they might bring their own tour group to Israel. The Ministry of Tourism was interested in more than tourist dollars: here was a way of building a solid corps of non-Jewish supporters for Israel in the United States by bringing large numbers of evangelicals to hear and see Israel’s story for themselves. The strategy caught on.


Shortly after the Six-Day War, elements within the Israeli government saw the potential power of the evangelical subculture and began to mobilize it as a base of support that could influence American foreign policy. The Israeli government sent Yona Malachy of its Department of Religious Affairs to the United States to study American fundamentalism and its potential as an ally of Israel. Malachy was warmly received by fundamentalists and was able to influence some of them to issue strong pro-Israeli manifestos. By the mid-1980s, there was a discernible shift in the Israeli political strategy. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the Jewish state’s major lobbying group in Washington, D.C., started re-aligning itself with the American political right-wing, including Christian conservatives. Israel’s timing was perfect. It began working seriously with American dispensationalists at the precise moment that American fundamentalists and evangelicals were discovering their political voice.


Probably the largest pro-Israel organization of its kind is the National Unity Coalition for Israel, which was founded by a Jewish woman who learned how to get dispensationalist support. NUCI opposes “the establishment of a Palestinian state within the borders of Israel.”


In their commitment to keep Israel strong and moving in directions prophesied by the Bible, dispensationalists are supporting some of the most dangerous elements in Israeli society. They do so because such political and religious elements seem to conform to dispensationalist beliefs about what is coming next for Israel. By lending their support-both financial and spiritual-to such groups, dispensationalists are helping the future they envision come to pass.


Dispensationalists believe that the Temple is coming too; and their convictions have led them to support the aims and actions of what most Israelis believe are the most dangerous right-wing elements in their society, people whose views make any compromise necessary for lasting peace impossible. Such sentiments do not matter to the believers in Bible prophecy, for whom the outcome of the quarrelsome issue of the Temple Mount has already been determined by God.

Since the end of the Six-Day War, then, dispensationalists have increasingly moved from observers to participant-observers. They have acted consistently with their convictions about the coming Last Days in ways that make their prophecies appear to be self-fulfilling.


As Paul Boyer has pointed out, dispensationalism has effectively conditioned millions of Americans to be somewhat passive about the future and provided them with lenses through which to understand world events. Thanks to the sometimes changing perspectives of their Bible teachers, dispensationalists are certain that trouble in the Middle East is inevitable, that nations will war against nations, and that the time is coming when millions of people will die as a result of nuclear war, the persecution of Antichrist, or as a result of divine judgment. Striving for peace in the Middle East is a hopeless pursuit with no chance of success.


For the dispensational community, the future is determined. The Bible’s prophecies are being fulfilled with amazing accuracy and rapidity. They do not believe that the Road Map will-or should-succeed. According to the prophetic texts, partitioning is not in Israel’s future, even if the creation of a Palestinian state is the best chance for peace in the region. Peace is nowhere prophesied for the Middle East, until Jesus comes and brings it himself. The worse thing that the United States, the European Union, Russia, and the United Nations can do is force Israel to give up land for a peace that will never materialize this side of the second coming. ANYONE WHO PUSHES FOR PEACE in such a manner IS IGNORING OR DEFYING GOD’S PLAN  for the end of the age.


It seems clear that dispensationalism is on a roll, that its followers feel they are riding the wave of history into the shore of God’s final plan. Why should they climb back into the stands when being on the field of play is so much more fun and apparently so beneficial to the game’s outcome? As [one dispensationalist group’s] advertisement read, “Don’t just read about prophecy when you can be part of it.”

In other words, Americans don’t necessarily support Israel in order to support or protect the Jewish people.

Many Americans support Israel because they believe that it is necessary to help Israel secure the Holy Land promised in the Bible – apparently by any means necessary – in order to bring the Second Coming.

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  • Robert Barsocchini

    Great report!

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  • Carl_Herman

    Great context for Americans to consider why the billions of other informed adults could conclude their overall view of Israel is negative. Thank you, GW 🙂

    • Alun Palmer

      Americans think they are the only ones marching in step, so sadly they don’t care that the rest of the world opposes Israel

  • hahannah

    I decided that to read this article would be a waste of time, given that the whole premise, stated in the heading is wrong. Canada strongly supports Israel, and has for many decades. Sheeeesh.

    • Robert Barsocchini

      It’s not the author saying that, it’s a BBC world poll result. And Canada is one of the countries polled. It viewed Israel negatively, by large margin, in 2012 and 2013. BBC is British state run media, and Britain arms Israel, so they are probably not happy with these poll results, so the chances they doctored them to make them this way are zero.

      • Cain Abel

        Almost all journalists are progressist aka hypocrites.

    • Adam

      It is obvious you decided not to read the article, since you are not talking about anything IN the article. A government can support a nation without the support of its people. The majority of Canadians view Israel negatively. That is all it said.

      Maybe next time, you’ll read instead of making yourself look stupid.

      • hahannah

        The the title then, was manipulative, so still a waste of time to read the article; it’s tabloid journalism. You think I look stupid for voicing my opinion, deciding not to read the article? You, Adam, made yourself look nasty. IMHO, the title should have read, “Poll Says America Is the Only Country with a Favorable View of Israel”

        • JD

          You don’t want to look “stupid”? look to your manipulative and unfounded claim that “Canada strongly supports Israel, and has for many decades” what planet are you living on? you don’t speak for the majority of Canadians. Harper may support them but he is an Evangelical nut job thanks to a split vote, and a flawed political system is allowed to rule with less than a majority 39.62% Survey said in the article 57% look at Israel “mostly negative”. That number is conservative if you are in my part of the country. What you wrote is “waste of time”. Hardly someone that should be renaming others work, especially since you live a fantasy world. If anything should be renamed, I would suggest haHASBARA

      • Alun Palmer

        That highlights an important point. Unfortunately there are many governments that support Israel only to curry favour with the US, even though the people don’t support Israel in any of them. Sadly most of them are even democracies, at least in theory.

  • NadePaulKuciGravMcKi

    Israel-first dual-nationals
    1.7% of the US population

  • tiger

    You should be ASHAMED of yourself for using the UN as an argument. The UN is biased against Israel.Consider the following points:

    – The U.N. has condemned virtually every conceivable form of racism. It has established programs to combat racism and its multiple facets — including xenophobia — but has consistently refused to condemn anti-Semitism. It only was on November 24, 1998, more than 50 years after the U.N.’s founding, that the word anti-Semitism was first mentioned in a U.N. resolution (GA Res. A/53/623).

    – “The Talmud says that if a Jew does not drink every year the blood of a non-Jewish man, he will be damned for eternity.” —Saudi Arabian delegate Marouf al-Dawalibi before the 1984 U.N. Human Rights Commission conference on religious tolerance. A similar remark was made by Farouk al?Chareh, the Syrian Ambassador to the U.N., at a 1991 meeting, who insisted Jews killed Christian children to use their blood to make matzos, a charge recently recycled in a Saudi government sponsored newspaper.

    – On March 11, 1997, the Palestinian representative to the U.N. Human Rights Commission falsely charged Israel with injecting 300 Palestinian children with the HIV virus.

    • Momus

      Okay so in your mind 2 people making wild unfounded accusations is equal to years of violent attacks, kidnapping, murders and forcibly throwing people out of their homes. If the UN had created resolutions based on these ridiculous statements you might have a point here, but the resolutions are all things like “stop killing civilians”, “stop bombing neighboring countries”, “stop deporting citizens and stealing their homes”. These shouldn’t be controversial resolutions.

    • Gemma L Rivera

      You don’t think Zionists are racists? Dare you to watch this week’s extermination cry –

  • Gentleman Jim Crow

    Let’s be honest, they’re not easy to like. I doubt that the US public would have a favourable view of Israel if it wasn’t for the relentless pro Israel propaganda which, for some unfathomable reason, emanates from the US news media and both main political parties.

    • Rain107

      Well said. As an American, it is very hard to watch the blatant propaganda and to hear idiots like Jon Voight, who is obviously looking for work in Jew controlled Hollywood, call anyone who opposes Israel as anti-Semitic. Perhaps folks are just anti-sociopathic and tired of seeing this country and it’s people care about no one but themselves. I would love to see a Jew come forward on the side of the Palestinians. But why would they? They don’t look at them as equals because they are superior to everyone. They are the chosen people, according to their Jewish fairytales. More people need to stand up to these atrocities they are committing. I’m glad more countries see them for who they are.

      • I’m of ashkenazi ethnicity and an anti-zionist, since I don’t practice judaism I don’t call myself a jew…. but if you ask the nationalists, then I’d fit the bill, even though I reject such an artificial identity. In addition, many Haredi jews are also not zionists. So your statement conflating religion adherents, to a political ideology (zionism) is simply incorrect. Zionism is a form of nationalism, and there are substantial economic incentives for established wealth to jump on board. AND BTW “chosen people” refers to being chosen to receive the message of god, the same god in Christianity. WIthout them being “chosen” you’d not have had Jesus! Only a right-wing nationalist would equate “chosen” with political motivations, in the same way the “german volk” were chosen.

        • curri

          Here’s how a former Chief Sephardic Rabbi of Israel construes the Chosen People concept:

          In an October 2010 sermon, Yosef stated that “The sole purpose of non-Jews is to serve Jews”. He said that Gentiles served a divine purpose: “Why are Gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why Gentiles were created.”[73]

          In the same article in The Jerusalem Post, according to the journalist who interviewed him, Yosef compared Gentiles to donkeys whose life has the sole purpose to serve the master: “In Israel, death has no dominion over them… With gentiles, it will be like any person – they need to die, but [God] will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money. This is his servant… That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew. Gentiles were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel.”[13]

          • Yes that proves my point actually, your example was a right-wing nationalist! My point was actually quite simple, Here I am standing up to the disgusting perversion of Judaism for Isreali nationalism. It’s hurt America, It’s severely hurt the Palestinians, and to top it off it’s destroyed the true values of Judaism. I promise you not all people of those various ethnicity share those nationalist values. AS far as being equal? I’m a Trotsky, MY people are the working class, no identity based exceptions on who is my people.

    • pravda

      Borat…read this….welcome to your life as an antiSemite…

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  • Malath

    The amount of support Israel receives from a given Nation is in direct relation to the amount of control Jews have within the media of that country. If my idea is correct then American media would be totally dominated by Jews, and this is the case.
    If Chinese people controlled the American media then American attitudes toward world affairs would be entirely different and far more centred on the Pacific Ocean and East Asia. The Chinese do not control the American media however, Jews do, so the media spotlight is on the Middle East, because that is where Jewish interest are.

    • eatsnails

      Sorry I need to correct your sentence while I agree with the gist: “The amount of support Israel receives from a given Nation is in direct relation to the amount of control Zionists have within the media of that country. If my idea is correct then American media would be totally dominated by Zionists, and this is the case.
      […] etc…”

    • Cain Abel

      Seek help

  • Diego Roberto Edsel

    Throughout history, it is impossible to deny how much conflict has been fought over religion. I am all for people believing in what they want to believe, I respect that, but fighting over it, making some idiotic remarks, or believing in some fairy tale will not hem make our world a better place. Apparently there are a lot of dumbasses out there!

    • Diego Roberto Edsel

      help* make our world a better place

  • Copyright101

    We always knew that white, conservative Christian Evangelicals were pro-Israeli but I don’t think I’d quite realised the degree.

    It explains a lot online – go to any conservative leaning site via Disqus and the hasbarats buzz around like repulsive blue arsed flies on fresh dog mess. So much so its hard to to see who are the conservative, Christian sheep and who are the sheepdogs keeping the Christian sheep flocking in the right direction. Generally the Christians are more polite and amenable to talk even if they are misguided, the others however…

    Indeed, much of the unquestioning support for Israel – no matter what it does – comes from Americans who confuse Zionism with Judaism

    If there is any confusion on the matter – much like whether non-religious jews are still jewish for example – it stems from jews themselves. When the audience is Christian/conservative they conflate the two, when it’s left leaning they separate.

    On the left we have the opposite position that Israel/zionism, somehow, has nothing to with jews at all. As if the population and government of Israel were somehow only jewish by a weird cosmic coincidence. Really?! In fact its even more absurd than the conservative position.

    We dont see these sheepdogs on the left as much. Mainly because the left already persues wholly jewish goals – nation destroying immigration being the most obvious but there is also gay marriage, abortion etc. They’ve totally internalized the jewish position and thus the jewish sheepdogs are almost submerged in their gentile flock.

    The other reason we dont see a left version is this – my theory only! – Disqus trends rightward. Any site that allows reasonably free speech drives out the left, they withdraw to cower behind heavy moderation where they can jerk each other off without interference and that usually, though not always, means non-Disqus commenting systems. Thus the jewish sheepsdogs are forced to move among the ‘conservative’ flock trying to keep them on the true, pro-Israeli path where they are visible to us, unlike their invisibility amongst the left.

  • David Cameron

    This is bullshit poll. India highly supports Israel.

    • Mark

      You’re blind. Take off your rose-colored glasses.

      • David Cameron

        Rose color my ass. You fucking faggot.

  • Israel will take America down with them.

  • Innistrader

    Oy vey dis is another shoah!

  • Cain Abel

    Yes, we all know the UN has a fixation over this region.
    Nothing interesting here.

  • Pravda

    Youwalk like a duck, and talk like a duck…