Jewish American Spy Encourages Jews in America to Spy for Israel

At some point conspiracy theories become fact.

For a while, nationalists have warned about the disproportionate Jewish influence in leftist causes, popular culture, and in foreign affairs. The last part has made any person who has a pair of eyes and analyzes politics properly realize that a good portion of Jews in the US have dual loyalty.

In layman’s terms, they fight harder for the state of Israel than the US. To add insult to injury, their crusades for Israel often come at the US’s expense.

The textbook example of dual loyalty involves the case of Jonathan Pollard, a former intelligence analyst for the United States government who pleaded guilty to providing classified military information to Israel in 1987. Pollard was released from prison in 2015. The convicted spy and dual citizens has been rather quiet since he was released from prison in 2015.

Pollard received parole from his life sentence in 2015. In 2020, the terms of Pollard’s parole were not renewed, which led him to make his move to Israel. His reception by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Ben Gurion airport gained notoriety at the end of 2020. Sheldon Adelson, casino magnate and staunch pro-Zionist donor, provided Pollard with a private plane to make his Aliyah (“ascent”) to Israel.

In an interview with Israel Hayom, Israel’s most widely distributed newspaper, Pollard said the quiet part out loud:

The bottom line on this charge of dual loyalty is, I’m sorry, we’re Jews, and if we’re Jews, we will always have dual loyalty.

During this interview, Pollard recounted how the majority of Jewish leadership in the US government did not stand up for him in the aftermath of his arrest in 1985. At the time, he was a civilian analyst for the US Navy and was eventually caught spying for Israel. “If you’re outside Israel, then you live in a society in which you are basically considered unreliable,” he commented.

After much shaming, US Jewish leadership began to relax their views on Pollard’s conviction, with a number of Jewish leaders pushing for Pollard’s release, arguing that his life sentence was too harsh. Pollard maintained that “American Jewry has one major problem – they consider themselves more American than they do Jews” as a way to criticize assimilated Jews in America who never entertain the idea of spying for Israel.

The Israeli spy did concede that he “crossed a line” after he passed info to Israel. However, Pollard insisted that the US was not sharing information with Israeli intelligence; information that Pollard believes was critical to Israel’s security.

The arrest and conviction of Pollard began to open up conversations about Jewish involvement in government positions and if it could potentially lead to situations that compromise national security interests. Often forgotten, was how the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) was mired in an espionage scandal in 2004 where a former Department of Defense employee provided AIPAC with sensitive information regarding the US’s foreign policy with Iran.

Pollard is of the opinion that Jews are delusional if they see America as a home. Instead, he advises young American Jews working in American intelligence agencies to spy for Israel. “You have to make a decision whether your concern for Israel and loyalty to Israel and loyalty to your fellow Jews is more important than your life,” Pollard emphasized.

The US already has tight relations with Israel. In fact, way too tight for the US’s interests. The fact that it’s located in a major conflict zone makes it a major grift for the American defense industry. Previously, the US provided $3 billion in military aid to Israel. In the waning months of the Obama administration the two countries came to an agreement on a $38 billion defense agreement.

Israel’s utility as an ally is dubious at best. Iran is perhaps a threat to Israel, but Iran is in no way a threat to the US. Nevertheless, Israel and its vast lobbying network tries to entangle the US in a conflict with Iran. Although Israel has not officially disclosed the size and nature of its nuclear program, it is suspected to have 80 nuclear warheads at its disposal, so it’s more than capable of defending itself when push comes to shove.

To make matters worse, Israel has been caught in the past with stealing American military technology and selling it to China. Further, Israel has broadened its economic ties with China, which is shaping up to become America’s largest geopolitical competitor. When adding all of this up, we see real quick that Israel and the worldwide Jewry that supports it do not have America’s best interests in mind.

At the end of the day, we’re not here to condemn all Jews or encourage violence against them. Certain sites like Mondoweiss, headed by Philip Weiss, a Jewish journalist, have exposed Zionist chicanery time and time again. But it’s undeniable that there’s a disproportionate number of Jews involved in subversive causes — from pushing degeneracy to shilling for Israel to the detriment of American interests. It’s time to call a spade a spade and actually recognize patterns…. Like any person with an IQ above 80.

There are large numbers of Jews in the US who live in a state of alienation. And the way to resolve that is for our leaders to suggest that these communities move to Israel, a place where they belong and feel most at home. To boot, being resettled in Israel will keep this segment of Jewry from committing acts of mischief that destabilize white-majority nations.

Cases like that of Jonathan Pollard could easily be prevented if leaders pursued sensible repatriation policies.