Saturday, October 6, 2007

AIPAC is brainwashing American H.S. kids

If there were any doubts about AIPAC and its ability to brainwash a large segment of the American population, this article from AIPAC's web page should remove any and all doubts.

AIPAC is not content to hold our Congress by the short hairs, they also send agents out to our high schools, infecting a new generation of kids with propaganda, designed to turn our kids into Israeli automatons, loudly proclaiming how they love Israel.

Vulnerable teen age minds will become poisoned with the incessant Zionist propaganda to the point that anytime they hear the word "Israel", they'll automatically think, "Good. Double Good." And anytime they hear the words Arab, Muslim or Palestine, they'll react with hatred and rage, engaging in the Zionist mandated "Two Minutes Hate."

From AIPAC's web page:

AIPAC offers political leadership training that gives pro-Israel students the tools they need to be effective. From intensive seminars in Washington, D.C. where students meet with members of Congress, to rigorous trips to Israel where these up-and-coming activists can learn about the issues affecting Israel first-hand, AIPAC prepares young leaders to help build the pro-Israel community on and beyond the campus. AIPAC also offers special student programs annually at Policy Conference, the nation's most widely-attended pro-Israel event.

High School Israel Summit
AIPAC brings outstanding high school and student leaders to Washington, D.C. for high-level Israel advocacy and political activism training. Through its High School Summit, AIPAC identifies and mentors high school students from across the country who are considering academic, internship, and career tracks in the arenas of politics, public policy, media, and Israel advocacy. This fall AIPAC is partnering with select Jewish Day Schools, synagogues, youth groups, and teen leadership organizations to train 300 outstanding high school students and their chaperones.


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