By William Spencer-Hale
Clash Daily Contributor
Dear Prime Minister Netanyahu,
On behalf of the American people, not the American government, I’d like to welcome you to the United States of America, and we sincerely hope you enjoy your visit to our great nation. As you well know, the American government is not a true representation of her people. And as our government wallows in its own corruption, occupying it’s time with bitter partisan infighting about who has the authority to invite a world leader to speak before congress or which would-be, tiny-minded tyrant will fabricate an excuse not to be present at your address, I just wanted to take a moment to remind you that “They” are not “us”.
You see “They”, the 537 members of our congress (House, Senate, President and Vice President) are the least among the people of the United States. They are not indicative of the aspirations, ethics or morality of the majority of this nation. Although they may be the most ambitious, the most power-focused, the most corruptible of our population, they are in no way related to the goals, aspirations or the true understanding of liberty’s virtues, requirements and sacrifices like the people they hope to govern. For the most part, they are clowns, and they have provided quite a few laughs to dictators and killers all over the world.
America has abdicated her Super Power status in the eyes of the world. She is no longer the bastion of freedom she once was; that shining city on a hill has become faded and tarnished with age. As such Prime Minister, we look to you to draw the line, hold the fort, stand your ground against the evil that is rising in the world. We look to you to take the wheel until we right the ship of this great nation and steer her back onto the course promised by our founders.
Be patient and strong, sir. We will fix things; we will make amends to the world and our allies for the diplomatic and military circus that has become American foreign policy for the past generation. But for now we need you to stand strong for all of western civilization until we can rid our American henhouse of the traitorous foxes which have found their way to positions of power.
We trust you, Prime Minister. We understand the close bond between our two nations. We, the American people, have only love, respect and comradery for Israel, her people and her traditions, and we sincerely apologize for the schism that has emerged between our nations.
We were tricked. We won’t be tricked again.
So, for now, thank you. Thank you for being the strength needed to defend western civilization. Thank you for being the stone wall, protecting us from the rising tide of evil. But most of all, thank you for not giving up on us as a nation; for not turning your back on us, as it seems we have done to you. Thank you for defending our principals, even when it seems we are in retreat.
For now, you’re the leader of the free world. We trust you, sir. The world’s battle lines are drawn. Lead. We’re right behind you.
William Hale is a polymath, a conundrum amongst his friends and coworkers, a man whose interests run contrary to modern stereotypes. William is equally adept at both trapshooting and pastels portraiture, armed defense instruction and Christian philosophy. A veteran of the Cold War who served as a Pershing crew member during very worrisome times, his faith runs deep and his knowledge of history is formidable. This combination gives him an understanding and insight into the intertwined physical and spiritual aspects of life that few understand. His gift is that he has no fear of the evils he perceives and is able to explain the world around him to those who listen.