This is was the first time I had heard presidential candidate Karl Schwarz in a pre-recorded audio interview for stratia.com. I admire Mr. Schwarz enuciating some of his goals if he became president. I will focus on the two areas which caused apprhension in me. Of course, in just one interview it would be impossible for Mr. Scharwz to discuss all of the potential and actual goals if he became president. Mr. Schwarz has stated the goal of this sdministration or the "system" is to wage war for thiry years to obtain energy supplies. He has stated he wants to clean up the corruption in our government and that both houses know he is fully armed. He states he wants to bring those responsible for 911 to justice. He paints himself as a moderate, not on the far-left or far-right. Taken at face value this is good.
There are two issues, however, which Mr. Schawrz enunciates as goals if he became president which have the potential to lead to war and conflict. One is his goal as president of pulling troops out of Iraq and positioning them in Palestine. The interviewer asks for what purpose. Mr. Schwarz stated to present attacks for IDF's against Palestinans. As Mr. Shwarz is aware because Israel has a military and the Palestinans don't there has likely been a higher percentage of Palestinian deaths. I have seen pictures of average Palestinians such as children, women, and old men blown to pieces and burned. Their dwellings bulldozed over. The Palestian terrorists, even without a military, are resourceful and there have been heavy periods of Palestinian homicide bombing where scores and scores of Israel civilians are blown to smithereens. It's a tit for tat thing. As you are aware a partial wall has been built to minimize the possibility of Palestinian terrorists entering Israel.
You've stated the goal would be for American forces to help the Palestinians create a Palestinian state and if any IDF's crossed over they would be shot. My concern Mr. Schwarz is there may be an ulterior motive. You've mentioned your anti-Zionist and I will not go into the history of the Zionist Movement other than to say it was created in the 19th century in light of the nearly two thousand years of persecution, exile, ghettoization, efforts at forced Christian conversion, and the realization of Europe's Jews they would never be accepted in Christian Europe. The Holocausr put into emergency mode the necessity for a national Jewish Homeland. Some Palestinians were displaced but almost every country on earth, including Europe as old as it is, was created by immigrants. The America's were both founded on European genocide to an extent. The genocide of most North American Natives by the English, the genocide of the Atecs and Incas by the spanierds. America also had its Japenese American citizen detention camps.
The reason Israel will not accept the return of millions of Palestinians to Israel is it would destroy the Israel as a Jewish homeland. Now to your second goal which in light of what I just presented reveals a double standard. As we are both aware latins have overtaken African-Americans as the largest minority and they keep streaming in. There are also many other ethnic groups in America, inclusing Arabs, Africans, and about anywhere else you can thing from. Indeed, foreign investors such as the Saudies have bought billions woth of real estate in America. If trends continue European-American will be a minority in the U.S. in less than a 100 years. Quite a difference from our founding fathers and over the next couple hundred years. But as a resut of globalization and Americans not being willing to fill certain jobs there has been a demand for these immigrants, either as cheap labor or as skilled professions. The question is how will this ultimately play out? Will it lead to a balkaniation or will it lead to a Nazi type regime. Is it somehow both can be averted?
Your proposal to assist the U.S. border patrol by augmenting it with the National Guard would certainly lead to many more deaths of illgals trying to cross the Mexican border. would this be enough to dissuade many Mexicans and Central Americans from trying to cross the border. If the National Guard was a permanent presence and those who did manage to cross the border were immediately deported, then yes I think it would. However, we have to consider what the consequeses would be, both domestically and with Mexico, Central America, and the rest of the world. Essentially the border would become like the Berlin Wall and very few people made it across the Berlin Wall.
As mentioned earllier, Latins constitute the largest minority in the U.S. Many have family members who are tring to cross to reach them. I don't think this policy would go ever well with Latin American citiens or with Mexico. It would strain tensions between the two countries. It would also likely make it more difficuly and even more hazardous than it currently is fot American tourists to visit Mexico. I don't know if NAFTA is still in effect but it may compromise that. Of course, there are many who thing NAFTA was a bad idea and others who don't.
If the possible goal of stationing American troops in Palestine to help them form their own land this raises the specter of an ulterior motive. For example, American forign policy encourages and facilitates Palestinian terrorist to commit suicide bombing in israel while preventing the IDF from inavding the Palestinian occupied terrotories to root out terrorists based on their intelligence. If the secret goal of your administration would be the destruction of Israel I think this would be extremely dangerous. Israel has received much American aid (and supported by many Christians) and it has sophisticated military technology and reportedly nuclear weapons. If you're like that character from the movie the Dead Zone Greg Stillson you may get your wish.
What I find dumbfounding is you were hardly asked any touch questions in the strateria interview. Literally, it was free airtime for you. As mindless as the major media is I fear the same thing. You talk about this being a fistfight and while that may be true in some circles you may find a cakewalk.
So far, criticism of you have been minimal. You remain essentially unvarnished as far as the 911 truth seeking movement is concerned.
Thank you sir for having the courage to go beyond 911 and enunciate what some of your policies would be if you became president. I can only hope others have concerns as I do, and can look beyond their nose which is 911 truth seeking movement and exercise a critical mind.