Palestinians Demand the Execution of Pollard In Response to Kerry

JORDAN-US-PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL-DIPLOMACYPalestinians are demanding the execution of the American jew Jonathan Pollard for passing military and atomic secrets to israel while working as a civilian intelligence analyst. The history of the Americans has the known episode of executing traitors like Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were sentenced to death for their roles in passing atomic secrets to the Soviets. The secrets which Pollard passed to israel were far mote than what the Rosenbergs passed to the Soviets. Pollard stole and passed everything that was not bolted down to israel.

Palestinians were shocked about the latest news about John Kerry’s “deal” based on heaping the release of the traitor and spy Pollard on the back of Palestinians, using our cause of Nakba and legitimate rights of building a Palestinian State in our own homeland and ending the longest zionist jewish occupation, to release a traitor who sold the USA to Israel.

Palestinians reacted immediately, asking for the execution of Pollard by implementing the death penalty as is foreseen in American law  against this traitorous spy even if the so-called “peace negotiations” between the zionists and the PA would collapse. The dirty deal foisted upon these negotiations by the zionist traitor Kerry, a war criminal and former member of the US military who is supported by AIPAC and many jewish senators against the will of the American people, who see his collaboration with the Pollard cause as a crime and a betrayal to USA and all Americans. Kerry’s betrayal of his country’s interests is seen as a “reward” given by Kerry to israel for the continuation of the theft of the Palestinian land and expanding the colonial settlements in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

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Palestinians call upon American citizens to march against the traitorous deal of Kerry across the streets at the major cities and in front of Pollard’s jail, to force their government to stop this most shameful deal in the history of America.

We Palestinians are not honored by the news of release of the traitor Pollard, and we see that Kerry and his government and zionist israel are directing the Palestinian cause and the so-called “peace process” in the wrong direction, subverting it to achieve the goals of zionism while at the same time insulting and betraying the American people for to release a spy who did them great damage.

We Palestinians do not rely on the so-called “peace negotiations” under American-zionist auspices, we even see any “agreements” coming out of this that may be signed by the so-called “Palestinian Authority”, Israel and USA as neither legitimate nor binding. Israel and the USA are negotiating with the PA headed by “President” Abbas, whose term of presidency expired in January 2009.

Below follows the reaction by of American citizen Chelli Stanley to Kerry’s traitorous deal to release Pollard.

chilli copyWhat would possess the United States government to release Jonathan Pollard, a U.S. intelligence agent who was convicted as spying on the U.S. for Israel, as part of the negotiations for “Peace” with Palestine?

Apparently the White House has not indicated how Pollard’s release would even factor into these “Peace” negotiations, though various news agencies report it being used as a carrot the United States government might use to keep the “Peace” negotiations from falling apart.

This is just another indication of the sham-circus being paraded before us suggesting that “Peace” rides on negotiations between three corrupt governments: the United States, Israel, and the Palestinian Authority. While these governments consider Pollard’s release, Palestinians continued to be murdered, continue to live under hellish circumstances, continue to struggle for their Lands and their communities, and continue to carry on the world-renowned struggle for liberation from the colonial hell that they have been forced to face.

While thousands of Palestinian prisoners languish in brutal conditions for being Palestinians, the wise United States government thinks releasing Pollard might help keep the “Peace” negotiations alive. What good has the United States government ever done in Palestine? This question begs an answer. For all its supposed help at creating “Peace,” the situation in Palestine has only gotten worse and worse and more and more brutal as a result.

The “Peace” negotiations between the three corrupt governments are reportedly in “jeopardy” because the Israeli government refuses to stop building new settlements and release Palestinian prisoners, yet the United States government does not consider cutting back the millions of dollars it sends Israel everyday. No, instead it considers giving Israel a great reward, something which the Israeli government and settler establishment have long been calling for. It’s being suggested in the media that releasing Pollard might be used in exchange for Israel agreeing to release Palestinian prisoners and doing (yet another) “settlement freeze”, things which Israel had already agreed to do (then backed out of) and which have very little to do with the actual negotiations themselves. Further, both of these things are issues that Israel has historically backed out of on any pretense of any whim anyway!

The majorities of Palestinians don’t even believe in, nor want these sham “Peace” talks between the three corrupt “savior” governments to continue anyway. Why would they? None of the governments ever considers grassroots Palestinian voices in these negotiations, and none of the “negotiations” initiated by the United States government throughout the years have brought anything resembling Peace to Palestine. Given this reality, the United States government continues to make known its real intentions and its real priorities in this situation.

Some of the arguments Israeli government officials and settlers have made for years concerning Pollard’s release have to do with the harshness of Pollard’s sentence considering the reality that Israel and the United States are such great friends. It seems this great friendship supersedes all things. Sham-circus aside, this “great friendship” between two brutal colonial governments is the bottom line.

2 comments to Palestinians Demand the Execution of Pollard In Response to Kerry

  • Scott Shepard


    With every new round of ‘negotiations’ some Israeli politicians and their American friends suggest releasing Jonathan Pollard. It makes you wonder what crime a Jewish Zionist would have to commit before some officials would be willing demand accountability. And for years, there have been those in Washington who poured ice water on the idea of releasing Pollard, based on more conventional regard for American law.

    It was idiotic of John Kerry to be talking about letting Pollard go as a way of placating the Israelis over released Palestinians. For one thing, this thinking suggests that the US has to spice up and trade off for the Israeli side, as a reward for any concession to the Palestinians. That destroys any sense of the US being even superficially impartial, a mediator. Pollard is the ace in the deck of prizes for a certain set of Zionists. If he is ever released, it should not be as a ‘deal sweetener.’

    But Obama, trying to prove to the world that his handling of Israel Palestine is just as incompetent as was Bush’s, has done this before; he was about to offer new security guarantees to Netanyahu as a reward for suspending housing construction in the West Bank; so pathetic was this sweetner that even Netanyahu refused it, and kept building. the Obama administration keeps holding out chocolate sundaes as bribes so that the Israeli kids will then, afterwards, eat their vegetables. It aint gonna work.

    Pollard was a loathsome character. However, since I oppose government secrecy, and I support Snowden and wikileaks, it would be hypocritical of me to condemn Pollard. I want all the secrets leaked, not none of the secrets leaked.

    And I would never execute Pollard. The Rosenbergs were executed for being Jews, not for being leakers. Were Pollard executed, he would become a martyr to Israel, and get a statue put up somewhere. We don’t need this greedy punk being turned into a hero. I don’t mind if Palestinians remind the US of its attitude about other secrets leakers, and its laws; but those laws were garbage to begin with. The government leaks when it feels like it. So I don’t want to take the side of the law.

    Kerry is the one who looks the worst in this. But then, historically, whenever any Washington figure gets close to Israeli Palestine affairs, he almost invariably becomes tarnished — stained by his own shameful conduct. Kerry had a pretty good reputation previously. No more. Think of Warren Christopher. His dealings during the Lebanon war in 1996 made him look like a dupe for Israel. Clinton. These guys go in claiming to want to help. And then whatever happens behind close doors happens, and they wind up as patent shills for the Zionists, and even if Americans don’t quite get it, the rest of the world does.

    Palestinians — forget Pollard, forget Kerry. You want a state? Shake hands, PLO and Hamas, and then take it to the UN. Only at the UN do you have even a chance. You have no chance with any talks mediated by the US. How many more years will you need to realize that?

    Dr. Scott Shepard
    Dallas, Texas

  • Chelli

    Hi Dr. Scott,

    Just wanted to mention that Palestinians were really the first ones who figured out that they don’t need the United States government to be involved in winning their rights and living in peace…
    They are the ones who showed the rest of the world what the United States government has been doing in Palestine, and the obvious favoritism that Israel receives. They’ve been saying this since the 1970s! Unfortunately grassroots Palestinian voices are so aggressively silenced from being heard in the West and unfortunately the Palestinian Authority is acting as puppet to Western interests in Palestine. Too bad Abbas doesn’t have the courage to speak the truth like these two mayors were doing in the 1970s!

    West Bank Mayors: “U.S. Policy is Always against Palestinian Interests”
    Karim Khalaf (Mayor of Ramallah) and Fahd Qawasmeh (Mayor of Hebron)
    Middle East Research and Information Project, December 1979, No. 83

    Khalaf: “But to be frank with you, American policy is always against our wishes. We as Palestinians are not against having American help, but they cannot buy our people. …The question is why the U.S. didn’t start helping us by making the Israelis evacuate the occupied territories. What are they developing? The Israelis are confiscating our land.”

    Qawasmeh: “What we get from American is like giving a dying person aspirin. The West Bank gets only $3 million from the United States. The Israelis get $3 billion. Once an American Senator came to my office and asked: ‘Do you want anything?’ I told him, ‘Yes, I want the wing of an airplane.’ He said, ‘I don’t understand you well.’ I told him, you give the Israelis a Phantom and other airplanes to kill us. All we want is a wing of a Phantom, worth about $1 million – a Phantom costs about $20 million. We want only a wing to build a school so our children can study.

    You talk about assistance. $3 million for the Palestinians. Are they laughing at us? …We don’t need US money. …If the Americans would like to help us, they can help us attain our rights. That is the help we want.”

    “Tell me, what should we do? We speak in the United Nations, we come to the United States, we go to the European countries, we talk with the Russians, the Communists bloc, with the Africans, with all the world. And still we are in the same position. If we keep silent, without doing anything, do you believe we will attain our rights? Have the Israelis ever said they will stop the settlements or withdraw from the occupied territories? A few days ago Israel decided to take more than 25,000 dunums, which means that 2,500 families are losing their land. When they lose their land, they are losing their lives! Is this not killing?”

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