"The Europeans," explained MP Schroeder, "supported the Palestinian
Authority with the aim of becoming its main sponsor, and through this,
challenge the U.S. and present themselves as the future global power.
Therefore, the Al-Aksa Intifada should be understood as a proxy war
between Europe and the United States."
"It is an open secret within the European Parliament that EU aid to the
Palestinian Authority has not been spent correctly," MP Schroeder said
during a recent address in New York. "The European Parliament does not
intend to verify whether European taxpayers' money could have been used
to finance anti-Semitic murderous attacks. Unfortunately, this fits well
with European policy in this area."
And in that area,
In her Ben Gurion University address, MP Schroeder argued, "The primary
goal of the EU is the internationalization of the conflict in order to
underline the need for its own mediating role," warning that renewed
European calls for a multinational force in the region - heard most
recently by the head of the largest political bloc in the parliament -
combined with heightened levels of anti-Semitism in Europe and the Arab
world, could spell disaster for Jews everywhere. "The Palestinians are
playing the ugly role of being the cannon fodder for Europe's hidden war
against the U.S.," she adds.
Ever read any of the Carerra novels by Tom Kratman? This sounds like what the UN High Commission was doing in them: using muslims as cannon fodder to damage a perceived threat without getting their own hands dirty.
Think about this a minute: the EUnuchs specifically aiding a terrorist movement to get people killed and screw up a whole region to
underline the need for its own mediating role. And to give it a reason to push for a multinational force- mostly made up of and controlled by guess who?- in the region...
And just who is this right-wing nut Schroeder?
MP Schroeder, a twenty-five-year-old former member of the German Green
Party, began her political career protesting the war in Kosovo and
denouncing globalization. A year ago, MP Schroeder set her sights on an
issue long avoided by members of the radical Left - the diverting of
some of the 250 million in annual aid for the Arabs of Yesha (Judea,
Samaria and Gaza) to corrupt officials and terrorist groups bent on
So trying to paint her as a conservative/libertarian rightist won't exactly work. Though I'm sure some will try.