WW3 Authorized With Secret Legislation Nobody Is Paying Attention To

The introduction of a resolution by Senators Lindsey Graham and Richard Blumenthal, advocating for U.S. military action against Iran under certain conditions, highlights the significant influence of pro-Israel sentiments in American politics. This resolution, which suggests U.S. strikes against Iran if its proxy Hezbollah intensifies its role in the Israel-Hamas conflict, represents a continuation of a long-standing approach in U.S. foreign policy that aligns closely with Israeli interests.

The bipartisan nature of this resolution underscores the widespread influence of pro-Israel advocacy groups in Washington D.C. across both major political parties. This influence is often a driving force behind legislative actions that are perceived as anti-Iran, aligning with the goals of these advocacy groups rather than necessarily reflecting the broader U.S. national interest.

Critically, the proposed policy of launching military strikes against Iran raises questions about its alignment with the United States’ strategic objectives. Iran, while a regional power, does not pose an existential threat to the U.S., and the Middle East’s strategic value to America has diminished over time. The focus on Iran and the Middle East could potentially divert attention and resources from other pressing national security concerns, such as issues at the U.S.-Mexico border, which is increasingly seen as a significant security vulnerability.

In this context, the proposed resolution by Graham and Blumenthal can be seen as indicative of the outsized role that pro-Israel advocacy plays in shaping U.S. foreign policy decisions, even when those decisions may not align with broader strategic priorities or national interests.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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