LaRouche: "The Whorehouse Seems To Have Taken Over the Republican Candidacies"
February 29, 2012 • 9:07AM

The British Empire is deploying its Israeli assets — including such putzes as Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak - -on a full blitz to politically target Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, for removal from his post. The British are enraged at General Dempsey and others within the U.S. military, because they have thrown a monkey-wrench into the British gambit of unleashing a thermonuclear World War III through an Israeli military strike against Iran.

As Lyndon LaRouche stated plainly on Feb. 25: "General Dempsey and his associates are the only reason that you're still alive today, at least so far. Otherwise, thermonuclear World War III would have broken out by now."

Republican Party senators and Presidential candidates have recently been tripping over each other to support the psychotic Netanyahu and Barak against General Dempsey.

"The whorehouse seems to have taken over the Republican candidacies," LaRouche commented sharply Tuesday. "These Republicans are acting like a bunch of ass-kissers. They are trying to get money for their little schemes, searching for campaign money from their friends, with no regard for the consequences of their behavior in the real world."

Today's Wall Street Journal carries an article by Carla Lee and Jay Solomon headlined "U.S. Considers New Message on Iran," which cites "people familiar with the discussions" between the U.S. and Israel saying that Netanyahu is furious at what General Demspey said about Iran being "rational," and demanding that Obama "clarify" the matter—i.e., cashier Dempsey. "Obama could use a speech on Sunday before a powerful pro-Israel lobby [AIPAC] to more clearly define U.S. policy on military action against Iran in advance of his meeting on Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu," the Journal article reports.

"Israeli officials were particularly alarmed when Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, described Iran as a 'rational actor' in a CNN interview after a recent visit to Israel," the article says. Netanyahu had lunch last week to discuss this with various visiting American VIPs, including Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain, both of whom emerged to fully back Netanyahu. "The Israelis are unnerved," Graham said. "They think the administration is sending the wrong signal, and I do too." McCain said he had never seen Netanyahu "that unhappy. He was angry. And, frankly, I've never seen U.S.-Israel relations at this point."

The Wall Street Journal article then delivered the punch line: The March 5 meeting of Obama and Netanyahu "could affect not only the standoff with Iran, but also Mr. Obama's re-election campaign," since U.S.-Israeli tensions — i.e., voices such as General Dempsey's — are "raising concerns among the President's Jewish supporters." Republican Presidential candidates Romney, Santorum, and Gingrich will also be addressing the AIPAC meeting next week.

In other words, the British have put a price on General Dempsey's scalp, which the whores on both side of the aisle are scrambling to collect.