J.P. Morgan observed that a person usually has two reasons for doing a thing: one that sounds good and a real one.
"I support Israel
because it is the only democracy
in the Middle East"
In the Muddle East, a reason for supporting Israel which sounds good
is, "I support Israel because it is the only Democracy in the Middle
But can that be the real reason? A noble support of democracy for the people of the Muddle East? I don't think so.
I could make myself a wealthy man betting that this is not the real
reason, because the people who support democracy in Israel absolutely
do NOT support democracy in any other country in the Muddle East.
We learned this bloody fact in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Arab Spring
when one Muslim terrorist gang after another took center stage
torturing, beheading and terrorizing, who had formerly been well
suppressed by secular leaders.
In fact, I could also get wealthy betting that the people who support
Israel as a democracy are not doing so in fear that Israel will turn to
a Hitler or Stalin type of dictatorship or tyranny, and thanks only to
the loving blessings of America are Jews protected from their own evil