At AIPAC Policy Conference 2016 – Donald Trump is the best for Israel


After all presidential contenders have spoken at AIPAC conference, it is clear only Donald Trump has a strategic vision that, while improving the leading role of the USA in the Judeo-Christian world, can significantly benefit the State of Israel.

It is easy to see if we compare the ideas on USA-Israel collaboration presented at the AIPAC conference by all four contenders – Hilary Clinton, John Kasich, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.

All non-Trump contenders – Hilary Clinton, John Kasich and Ted Cruz – clearly understand the importance of the State of Israel in advancing strategic goals of the USA and of Israeli existence in the spiritual health of America. They proposed a variety of actions to help Israel to survive such as to provide Israel with the qualitative military edge over her potential enemies; to oppose any attempts by outside parties to impose a solution on Israeli-Palestinian coexistence; to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons aimed at destroying Israel; and so on.

However, the leitmotif of all those proposals is pessimistic: the Israeli-Palestinian situation cannot be changed, Israel is and will be always in danger – therefore, the USA under the Presidency of any of the three contenders is and will be ready to help Israel to survive.

Of course, among the three contenders John Kasich and Ted Cruz look much more trustworthy – under Hilary Clinton as Secretary of State working together with President Obama the Middle-East situation has become much more dangerous for Israel in spite all her proclaimed good intentions. However, what Hilary Clinton with John Kasich and Ted Cruz have in common is that none of them has a strategic vision on how to change the existing political situation in the world to end the discriminatory, biased and anti-Semitic treatment of Israel.

Donald Trump has it. His vision looks like the following.

  • Islam as religious ideology is an adversary of the Judeo-Christian civilization where Israel belongs. We have to build our relations with Islamic countries based on this understanding – preventing mass Islamic immigration to the USA to reduce the probability of terrorism, applying economic pressure and demonstrating unquestionable military superiority to create a sort of “negative stimulus” for peaceful spiritual Islamic reformation.

The economic pressure and military superiority requires rebuilding the American economy. Just better management cannot improve it – the government should be sharply reduced in size, the taxation principles should be changed, the international money-losing trade agreements should be renegotiated and energy-independence policies should be introduced. Since Israel is a part of Judeo-Christian world, this strategic vision would improve international support of Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian confrontation.

  • The United Nations should be treated as a hostile organization and all anti-Israel and anti-Christian proposals should be vetoed. This policy should politically benefit Israel since the majority of anti-Israeli movements are officially “blessed” by various UN organizations.
  • Iran has to be confronted everywhere politically, economically and militarily – not negotiated with, since Iran is the chief instigator of major anti-American and anti-Israeli actions in the Middle East and in the entire world. Of course, that is what Israel is interested in because Iran is the greatest threat to the existence of the State of Israel. With this vision, Israel would be transformed from a recipient of the US military aid to an equal partner in the American-Israeli pro-Western defensive strategy.

The March 22, 2016 Brussels terrorist act is another proof of the validity of the Trump’s strategic vision of the world.

About Vladimir Minkov

Vladimir Minkov Ph.D. is a nuclear scientist, published author and writer. He is the co-author of "Nuclear Shadow Boxing", a scientific history of the nuclear confrontation between the Soviet Union and USA during the cold war and is the author of "The Jews and Their Role in Our World", which explores his personal journey to discovering Jewish identity. Having lost much of his family in the Holocaust and finding his search for spiritual development stifled in the Soviet Union, Vladimir migrated to the United States in the late 1970s.

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