Monday, 27 October 2014

Georgia Senate Race Demonstrates How Jews Control Our Elections

A close-fought senate election in the state of Georgia—and an accidental leaking of a campaign document—has once again clearly outlined just how the Jewish Lobby goes to work controlling elections to the highest offices in America.
The senate race—between Democrat Michelle Nunn and Republican David Perdue has, in the words of the Jewish Business News, been attracting “Jewish Attention.”

According to the Jewish Business News, Georgia is a “state with a sizable Jewish voter block” and the “race to fill the open seat of retiring Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss is attracting truckloads of cash from outside the state for advertising buys.”
Although campaign finance filings from the current quarter are not due to be released on Oct. 30, Politico reported Oct. 14 that the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) spent $800,000 on TV ad buys in Atlanta on behalf of Nunn and is expected to spend $200,000 more in the coming weeks.
So where, one might ask, is all this cash coming from?
The answer was provided—accidentally—in a leaked finance campaign document briefing—which was accidentally published on Nunn’s campaign site for one day—and then quickly taken down.
The campaign document was however spotted and copied by the National Review magazine, and republished in part.
The finance campaign document, drawn up by well-known Jewish Supremacist “campaign strategist” Diane Feldman—who also counts among her clients Minnesota senator Al Franken, South Carolina representative James Clyburn, and former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa—identified Jews as a vital element for the Nunn campaign, specifically saying that their money would be vital to score a victory.
Even more importantly, Feldman pointed out that the level of Jewish support—and therefore campaign money—was directly linked to Nunn’s “support for Israel.”
The document drew attention to the “tremendous financial opportunity” in the Jewish community and identifies Jews as key fundraisers.
It notes that “Michelle’s [Nunn] position on Israel will largely determine the level of support here.”
According to the Jewish Business News, Nunn’s position on Israeli is something that “she has yet to articulate — her message on the subject is marked ‘TBD’ [to be decided] in the document — and Israel goes unmentioned on her campaign website.”
The document said that at least a quarter of a million dollars could be unlocked from the Jews in Georgia alone—with the implication being that this would be dependent on how subservient Nunn would be to Israel and Jews in general.
This is a significant amount when it is considered that according to official estimates there are around 130,000 Jews in the metro-Atlanta suburbs.
The Jewish Business News went on to detail how the two candidates have thus far been courting this “opportunity” of Jewish money:
Although both candidates’ positions on issues such as Israel have remained murky, efforts to reach out to the community have come in the form of Rosh Hashanah greetings from Nunn to Atlanta’s synagogues, according to a local rabbi who asked not to be named in order to remain apolitical.
According to the rabbi, both candidates also attended a pro-Israel rally at the Jewish Federation of Atlanta during the summer, though they did not speak at the event.
Although Nunn has made few public statements on Israel, JStreetPAC, the political action committee of the left-leaning lobby J Street, has spent more on her campaign than any other candidates in the nation.
According to, Nunn for Senate has received $120,189 from JStreetPAC this election cycle. This amount is significantly more than the $97,819 the organization gave incumbent New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D).
According to Kerwin Swint, political science department chair at Kennessaw State University, a specifically Jewish issue that might affect the state’s Senate election is Nunn sharing a party with another too-close-to-call Georgia candidacy—that of Jason Carter, who is running for governor and is the grandson of former U.S. president Jimmy Carter. Many Jews consider the former president’s past statements about Israel and the “Jewish lobby” to be anti-Semitic.
It also important to note that J-Street is also a Jewish organization, the J standing for Jewish, and it defends the ethnic cleansing of Israel and ostensibly works for a two state solution. In an ideological difference of opinion, many radical Jews support a separate state as a way to preserve Jewish ethnic purity of Israel. It is not based on any call for justice, but what they see as the Jewish interests. So basically the candidates have two choices for funding on Israel, from two Jewish groups!
Georgia has a population of 10 million—yet it is a community of 130,000 Jews that are only about 1.3 percent of the population, and yet that both parties are directing their campaigns with great concern for the Jewish influence. Note also that huge amounts of Jewish money is coming in from New York and states far away from Georgia. And don’t forget that the way that Jewish dominated media treats a candidate also has a tremendous impact. All of this is a blatant object lesson in how “democracy” in America works these days.
Any candidate who is not pro-Israel, or who does not first and foremost express their loyalty to Jewish Supremacism, is almost automatically excluded from even being able to run for office.
Watch this video below by Dr. David Duke on how the Zio-fanatics control even presidential elections in America, and make sure that whoever “wins” an election, the Jewish ethnic self-interest is always served.


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