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Zionist neocons promoting racial divisions in US: Ex-US Senate candidate

The Zionist, neoconservative movement in the United States is creating racial divisions in the country.

The Zionist, neoconservative movement in the United States is creating racial divisions in the country to conceal the enslavement of Americans by the Jewish establishment, a former US Senate candidate says.

“We have all become slaves of a Jewish establishment in the United States that controls our banking system, that own our news media, that buys presidential elections, that congressional elections, that packs the Supreme Court with people who will do their bidding,” said Mark Dankof, who is also a broadcaster and pastor in San Antonio, Texas.  

“The end game is an attack on Iran; the end game is a dangerous confrontation policy with Vladimir Putin’s Russia; the end game is the attempt to impose this culturally Marxist, socialist agenda on the rest of the world,” Dankof told Press TV on Friday.

He argued that the Zionist movement is seeking to destroy the Christian culture in America and help Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to expand his regime’s borders.

“What we are seeing is a situation where the American public is being diverted from the reality of who owns our economy, who has hijacked our national security establishment, who was really behind 9/11 and the [President John F.] Kennedy assassination.”

He made the comments after the controversial Confederate flag was removed from South Carolina’s State House grounds in a ceremony, which was covered live by television channels.

Thousands of people cheered the removal of the battle flag flying over the state capitol grounds on Friday morning.

The flag, which went up on the State House grounds more than half a century ago at the height of the US civil rights movement, was regarded by many as a bitter symbol of racism and slavery.

Dankof argued that the Jewish establishment was behind the attack on the Confederate flag in order to create divisions between whites and African-Americans.


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