Muh Jews weren’t happy with a mere $38 billion in military aid, and so according to this report they kevetched (right word for complained?) a bit. Talk about playing into a greedy stereotype!
The video calls into question whether Israel really is a friend and ally of the United States. Warning to “God’s chosen people” believers: You won’t like the truth in this video.
The expert is Philip Giraldi. Read more about him at Wikipedia.
In UNZ.com Giraldi writes on September 13:
There is considerable chatter about who will win in some of the hotly contested congressional races around the country, but one thing is certain: whoever triumphs will soon be receiving a nice all expenses paid luxury trip to Israel to learn all about Benjamin Netanyahu’s views regarding what more Washington can do to support him and his government. The “educational seminars” are organized by the Israel Lobby, more specifically by a tax exempt entity referred to as the American Israel Education Foundation (AIEF), which is a part of the hardline American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Participation in the journey by all freshman congressman is not mandatory but is advisable if one wants to stay on the right side of the Lobby. In August 2015 the class of 2014 only had three abstentions out of 53 new congressmen when it traveled to Israel along partisan lines with a Democratic group followed shortly thereafter by a GOP contingent.