• Alison Weir’s speech lifts the veil off America’s ‘greatest ally.’
By Mark Anderson —
DEARBORN, Mich.—Author and researcher Alison Weir’s latest book, Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, outlines the hard financial, political and moral realities of United States foreign aid to Israel.
To highlight the important information in the book, she spoke on July 1 in Dearborn, Michigan to a crowd of some 200 attendees. She spoke the prior evening in Ann Arbor, Michigan at a public library.
In this video taken at a park in busy downtown Dearborn, which captured most of her speech, Ms. Weir covers the essential disturbing facts that far too many Americans don’t know about the U.S. relationship with Israel.
This is why Ms. Weir named her research organization “If Americans Knew.” Under the umbrella of that outfit, she wrote the above-noted book and has published numerous studies that provide shocking financial data—which mainstream media refuse to report.
Notably, If Americans Knew describes itself as “a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, independent research and information-dissemination institute, with particular focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, U.S. foreign policy regarding the Middle East, and media coverage of this issue. Specifically, the organization’s objective is to provide information that is to a large degree missing from American press coverage of this critical region.”
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Ms. Weir was well-received in Dearborn, a heavily Muslim community just outside of Detroit where many people of Palestinian origin reside. AMERICAN FREE PRESS was the only media of any kind to attend.
No matter what your “take” is on this subject, watch the video and decide for yourself if U.S. foreign aid to Israel is justified. Her message applies to those already “in the know” about this matter as well as to those who aren’t informed about it.
Mark Anderson covers the annual Bilderberg meetings and is chairman of AFP’s new America First Action Committee, designed to involve AFP readers in focusing intensely on Congress to enact key changes, including monetary reform and a pullback of the warfare state. He and his wife Angie often work together on news projects.