Friday, November 17, 2006

Sibel Edmonds talks about the danger of foriegn governemnts influencing US policy.

The most important facet of this influence to consider is what happens when the active and powerful foreign entities' objectives are in direct conflict with our nation's objectives and its interests and security; and when this is the case, who pays the ultimate price and how. There is no need for assumptions of hypothetical situations to answer these questions, since throughout recent history we have repeatedly faced the dire consequences of the highjacking of our foreign and domestic policies by these so-called foreign agents of foreign influence.

But, you might be suprised as to which government she is talking about.


Saudi Arabia is a very serious example of this problem. It is too bad that we can't discuss the influence Israel has on our foreign policy as easily.