There simply can be no doubt about the fact that the United States have been taken over by what some call a "Zionist Occupation Government". I know, I know, that sounds like the kid of words which folks like David Duke or the Aryan Nation might use in one of their speeches. So what?! If tomorrow David Duke or the Aryan nation declare that the earth is round and that 2+2=4 are we going to reject that? Of course not! Rejecting an argument (or, in this case, the use of an acronym) because it is used by somebody we dislike is a typical example of the ad-hominem fallacy. Instead we should ask ourselves: does the acronym "ZOG" make sense, yes or no?
That the US ruling elite, whether Jewish or not, is Zionist is beyond doubt. Heck - every single US politician is more than happy to proclaim it.
Is the Zionist power in the USA an "occupation"? I would argue that it is, if only because this power structure totally ignores the will the the American people (shown in numerous opinion polls and elections). It is important to remember that neither the American people nor Congress have EVER been given a single chance to vote on ANY alliance or treaty with Israel. NEVER. How is that this fundamentally illegal "alliance" ever became "unwavering, unbreakable, and unshakable" if not by the simple fact that this is an *occupation* government?
Are the Zionists a "government"? Well, of course they are, at least since the election of Bill Clinton (before Clinton and Dubya, it was the old "Anglo" guard which ruled the USA). There is no non-Zionist government in the USA, so speaking of ZOG is quite appropriate indeed.
The entire "Biden humiliation" episode illustrates a simple point: the US and Israel are not "allies". The USA is an Israeli colony, every bit as occupied as the Palestinian lands. The main difference between these two occupations is primarily in the method used: bullets and bombs in Palestine, corporate media and money in the USA. Otherwise, there is a lot in common between the Palestinian Authority and the US Nomenklatura such as, for example, its endemic corruption and its willingness to oppress its own population.
In this context, it is worth looking at the entire "Obama peace initiative" canard. What are they talking about, really?
Officially, they are talking about the idea of the USA taking the needed steps to bring Israel and the Palestinian Authority around a negotiating table. Calling things by their real names this means that one Israeli colony (the USA) is making "efforts" to bring another Israeli colony (the PA) and their colonial master (Israel) to sit down and "negotiate". Negotiate about what?! Since when does the master need one slave to "negotiate" with another slave? Since when do masters negotiate with slaves anyway?
As for Hamas, nobody - not Israel, not the PA nor, of course, the USA - is even floating the idea around of negotiating with it. Why would anybody want to negotiate with the duly elected representative of the Palestinian people?
We also hear a lot about the merits of the "one state solution" vs. the "two state solution" and, at least officially, Israel and its colonial subjects (the USA and the PA) support the "two state solution". In reality, of course, both Israel or the USA totally oppose the "two state solution" and their true stance is clearly shown in their yearly opposition to the annual UN Resolution on the "Peaceful Settlement of the Question of Palestine" in which the entire world demands the implementation of a "two state solution" and which is always opposed by Israel, the USA and a couple of South Pacific nations (and sometimes an "Echelon-member" state). Israel and the USA are also vehemently opposed to a "one state solution" as this would wholly negate the "Jewish state" nature of Israel.
So what do the Zionists (in Israel or the USA) really want? Here is how the Israeli academic Arnon Soffer summarized Israel's "solution":
"We will tell the Palestinians that if a single missile is fired over the fence, we will fire 10 in response. And women and children will be killed, and houses will be destroyed. After the fifth such incident, Palestinian mothers won't allow their husbands to shoot Kassams, because they will know what's waiting for them. Second of all, when 2.5 million people live in a closed-off Gaza, it's going to be a human catastrophe. Those people will become even bigger animals than they are today, with the aid of an insane fundamentalist Islam. The pressure at the border will be awful. It's going to be a terrible war. So, if we want to remain alive, we will have to kill and kill and kill. All day, every day (...) If we don't kill, we will cease to exist"That's is pretty clear, no? If the Israelis want to keep an ethnically/religiously "pure" Jewish state, they have three options for the Palestinian problem: a) convert them all (not going to happen, nobody proposes that either) or b) expel them all (not going to happen, but has plenty of advocates) or c) kill them all.
Obviously, few people dare to openly advocate the complete genocide of the Palestinian people, but that idea in inherently contained in, and forms part of, the Zionist project and ideology.
Once this is clearly understood, we can immediately see what the "peace negotiations" are all about. In fact, they can only be about one thing: the timetable and modalities of the genocide of the Palestinian people. And that is what the Obama Administration committed to in a "unwavering, unbreakable, unshakable" manner: a racist genocide in Palestine. Biden and Hillary included, of course.