New York Times Openly Admits Republicans are Bought-Off by Jews

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 6, 2015

The Jew paid me to Jew these goyim so by golly I'm going to Jew these goyim.
The Jew paid me to Jew these goyim so by golly I’m going to Jew these goyim.

One of the themes we try and push here on the Daily Stormer is that the modern system of democracy is the most corrupt imaginable political system. More corrupt than any which has ever existed in history, including all of those allegedly oppressive monarchies.

What is bizarre is that the media regularly admits this, but somehow no one notices.

Over the weekend, the New York Times admitted that Republican support for the Jews is based largely on open bribery:

As the proposed agreement over Iran’s nuclear program is debated in coming weeks, President Obama will make his case to a Congress controlled by Republicans who are more fervently pro-Israel than ever, partly a result of ideology, but also a product of a surge in donations and campaign spending on their behalf by a small group of wealthy donors.

One of the surprisingly high-profile critics is Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, who burst to prominence with a letter signed by 46 Republican colleagues to leaders of Iran warning against a deal. Mr. Cotton, echoing criticism by Israeli leaders, swiftly denounced the framework reached on Thursday as “a list of dangerous U.S. concessions that will put Iran on the path to nuclear weapons” — words, his colleagues say, that expressed his deep concern about Iran’s threat to Israel’s security.

But it is also true that Mr. Cotton and other Republicans benefited from millions in campaign spending in 2014 by several pro-Israel Republican billionaires and other influential American donors who helped them topple Democratic opponents.

Republicans currently in the Senate raised more money during the 2014 election cycle in direct, federally regulated campaign contributions from individuals and political action committees deemed pro-Israel than their Democratic counterparts, according to data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics and analyzed for The New York Times by a second nonprofit, MapLight. The Republican advantage was the first in more than a decade.

The alliances in Congress that pro-Israel donors have built will certainly be tested as they lobby lawmakers to oppose the deal with Iran and perhaps even expand sanctions against the country, despite objections from the Obama administration.

There you have it, goyim: your political system is based on open bribery.  Calling it “campaign contributions” and talking about how it is “federally regulated” does absolutely nothing to change the objective reality that Jews are openly buying off politicians for the purpose of forwarding the interests of a foreign power – mainly, by pushing the US to use its resources on a war for this foreign power.

That is the way this works.  It is the open and admitted way this works.

So please, Jews: tell us again how free we are.  Tell us one more time how our government is run by the people.

Meanwhile, I will still be here hailing Hitler and demanding a system of total fascism.

This is what real freedom looks like.
This is what real freedom looks like.

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