I don’t understand why the Zionist mainstream media is making Rep. Michele Bachmann’s US-Swiss dual citizenship a big issue these days. After all there are hundreds of American Jews and some Christians who carry US-Israel dual citizenship while holding some of most powerful posts in US administrations – from master-spy Jonathan Pollard to former US Attoney General Michael Mukasey to former head Homeland Security Michael Chertoff. Even Israeli prime minister, Netanyahu and Tel Aviv’s ambassador in Washington, Michael Oren, carry US-Israel dual citizenship.

Rep. Michele Bachmann, a Minnesota Republican and former presidential candidate, announced Thursday that she was withdrawing her dual Swiss citizenship before her current bid for re-election. In a statement, Bachmann said she did not want to leave the impression that she was uncommitted to the United States.

Anyone who has followed her political career – would know that she is more committed to Israel than the United States.

Some sources have claimed that Bachmann’s Swiss-born husband Marcus Bachmann is a former homosexual.

Michele Bachmann is welknown warmongering Israel-Firster and Islamophobe. Her Islamophobe friends include Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer and David Horowitz. She share Pamela Geller’s view that Obama is conducting a war on American sovereignty, and that the United Nations is, of course, a front for the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC). Bachmann doesn’t approve James Cole, deputy attorney general – because Cole believes that Islamic Shari’ah could be applied in certain cases in the United States.

Bachmann has made several stupid and inflammatory statements to insult Muslims in the service of the Jewish lobby groups. Last November, Bachmann had claimed that Iraqi victims of US occupation should pay $800 billion to Americans for their liberation. Earlier in September 2011 – Bachmann claimed that Lebanese Islamic resistance group, Hizbullah, had missile sites in Cuba. Hizbullah is the only Arab militia which has defeated Israel twice; in 2000 and 2006.

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