The United States with Israel is totally isolated over the current genocide of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip,

Because of the US political class and a pretty centralized media the majority of Americans really have no idea that they are victims of an overwhelming false propaganda concerning Israel or other international situations and realities. It truly is 1984 in a real sense. There is still a very long way to go before there is a truly substantial shift. It is excruciatingly frustrating.

Clinon Hilary

The United States is totally isolated with Israel over the current bloodshed taking place against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, an American analyst says.

“The US position regarding Gaza continues to be continuing support for Israel despite the enormous outcry from across the world,” James Petras, Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University, New York, told on Sunday.

“I think the Israeli bombing and destruction of Gaza, the killing of over 1,000 people, 7,000 casualties have really had a profound impact on international institutions, including the United Nations. The US with Israel is totally isolated in that case,” he added.

“Obama’s verbal questioning of Israel’s continuing assault has absolutely no impact because Israel knows that Washington will not take any substantive measures, including any limitations on arms shipments and diplomatic support against sanctions in the United Nations,” Petras explained.

“Internally, Obama has the backing of the Congress and behind the Congress is of course the Zionist power configuration which continues to support the Israeli genocide,” he said.

“We have here in the United States three forces acting together against the world, against the horror of Gaza. That is the Zionist-influenced Congress, the Zionist configuration, and Obama. Now Obama is the most vulnerable to the worldwide attacks on Israel and he’s trying to put some distance and to avoid total identification with Israel.”

“The general picture here is a tremendous sense of Israeli war crimes with impunity thus far and the world opinion, I would say probably 80 percent, is very hostile to Israel as a threat to world peace,” he concluded.