- Nov 21, 2015
Aren't certain state employees required to sign an Israel loyalty oath preventing them from boycotting and thus criticizing Israel. I think in states like texas and others if your work involves communication or other related fields you have to sign a contract stating similar.'Do you condemn the killing of innocent children?' The journalist asked the US State Dept Spokesman.
'I uh i don't think, uh the situation is changing...'
The US would condemn it if the US was the boss. US is not the boss it is the servant, this guy cannot condemn it even if he wanted to because his boss is Blinken, a Zionist Jew. That cult has spread itself into the corridors of power and influence throughout the West.
I was a bit surprised today though to hear RTE reporting the Israeli ambassador's view as fact with every news broadcast and no Palestinian viewpoint given. I would love to be able to trace how that came about, whose idea it was, who suggested it to them. This is a publicly funded service. I think i preferred it when ZOG just ignored us.
Yes here it is....Aren't certain state employees required to sign an Israel loyalty oath preventing them from boycotting and thus criticizing Israel. I think in states like texas and others if your work involves communication or other related fields you have to sign a contract stating similar.
Laughable really, almost beggars belief, which is why the US is often referred to as little Israel.
This required certification about Israel was the only one in the contract sent to Amawi that pertained to political opinions and activism. There were no similar clauses relating to children (such as a vow not to advocate for pedophiles or child abusers), nor were there any required political oaths that pertained to the country of which she is a citizen and where she lives and works: the United States.
In order to obtain contracts in Texas, then, a citizen is free to denounce and work against the United States, to advocate for causes that directly harm American children, and even to support a boycott of particular U.S. states, such as was done in 2017 to North Carolina in protest of its anti-LGBT law. In order to continue to work, Amawi would be perfectly free to engage in any political activism against her own country, participate in an economic boycott of any state or city within the U.S., or work against the policies of any other government in the world — except Israel.