They whine, they scream, but they forget that the man is GUILTY OF TREASON.

They whine, they scream, but they forget that the bastard is GUILTY OF TREASON.

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) sharply condemned US President Barack Obama for this week freeing three convicted Cuban agents who spied for an enemy regime in exchange for Alan Gross, while leaving Jonathan Pollard behind bars over charges of spying for an American ally, Israel.

The answer is in the question ….  Spying for an American ally, Israel.

For that he will rot in jail!

‘Obama Freed Three Hostile Cuban Spies, Why Not Pollard?’

Zionist Organization of America slams Obama decision to free Cuban spies – one murdered an American – while leaving Pollard in jail.

By Ari Yashar FOR

Jonathan Pollard

Jonathan Pollard Yehuda Glick

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) sharply condemned US President Barack Obama for this week freeing three convicted Cuban agents who spied for an enemy regime in exchange for Alan Gross, while leaving Jonathan Pollard behind bars over charges of spying for an American ally, Israel.

One of the three Cuban spies freed by Obama murdered an American citizen, and all three have only served 13 years – by contrast, 60-year-old Pollard is now in his 30th year in prison amid failing health on charges of passing information on regional threats to Israel.

“It is remarkable that President Obama, who has been repeatedly urged by US officials who held responsibility at the time for national security and intelligence matters to free Jonathan Pollard, has refused to do so,” said ZOA national president Morton A. Klein.

Klein continued “conversely, he has shown himself, this week, to be willing to free three convicted men who spied for a long-term enemy state, Cuba, including one man who was responsible for death of an American national. Where is the logic and justice in that?”

“Jonathan Pollard passed on classified information to Israel, a US ally, not a US enemy. There was, thus, no treason involved. Pollard pled guilty to the charges and apologized for his crimes. His crimes did not lead to the death of Americans, as was once claimed, but rather the espionage activities of Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, whose actions came to light only after the Pollard sentencing, were shown to be responsible for those results,” noted Klein.

“Despite, having pled guilty as part of a plea bargain, Pollard was shown no leniency and was given the maximum sentence, comparable to that of Aldrich Ames, the chief of CIA counterintelligence in Eastern Europe, who passed critical defense secrets to the Soviet Union during the Cold War, and was found responsible for the deaths of at least 11 US agents!” headded.

Pollard has been suffering failing health and earlier this month was hospitalized before being returned to jail; he apparently will need another surgery soon.

Just before Pollard entered his 30th year in a US jail last month he had a parole request denied. Eight senior US officials wrote to Obama at the time, decrying the warped justice in the decision and calling it “deeply flawed.”

“Jonathan Pollard has already served nearly three decades behind bars, which is by far the harshest sentence ever meted out for the offense he committed – the average term for which is a fine or two to four years’ imprisonment,” said Klein. “If President Obama can free three spies for ahostile state like Cuba, including a murderer, he can certainly pardon Jonathan Pollard. He should do so without further delay.”


  1. DDearborn said,

    December 19, 2014 at 12:48


    If Pollard should be set free because he committed espionage for a “friendly” foreign power; I want to know the Jewish lobby’s definition of “friendly” Because Israel took that massive cache of extremely sentive beyond top secret information about our entire defense system and sold portions of it to both the Russians and Chinese. This betrayal by Israel compromised our entire Defense posture. It put the United States in grace danger of attack. It resulted in the deaths of untold numbers of US agents around the world. Pollard’s actions was far and away the gravest compromise of US National Security in the post WWII Era. And the ONLY reason he was not executed was because he was Jewish and the power of the Jewish lobby. So clearly these are not the actions of an “ally” or “friendly” foreign power. These are the actions of a dangerous enemy.

    As for the Cubans; the crimes they committed and the information they stole was low level information. Information that never compromised US National security in any significant way. And they were exchanged for another dual citizen Jewish spy that was being held in Cuba. This kind of exchange of agents between the US and other countries has been going on since the dawn of the cold war. And has NOTHING to do with Pollard and his case. The simple fact is that Pollard should have been executed, along with every single US based connection he had.

  2. shaggerleybax said,

    December 19, 2014 at 15:36

    Pollard imperiled the U.S. If Obama frees this traitor no one will ever doubt who really runs this country. Keep in jail as a last vestige of our independence. BTW Remember the USS Liberty.

  3. Zimbabalouie said,

    December 20, 2014 at 06:07

    Jonathan Pollard is a man who made his bed and now he must live it it. To free this man or show any clemency would be to spit in the face of every American who was ever trusted to hold secrets and did so. Men like my father who served honorably in the defense of America and he held his secrets to his grave. Jonathan Pollard deserves to rot in a cell and then have his corpse buried in an unmarked grave to never be known. As for all of the whining sob’s who keep crying for his release I believe that they should get used to their failures. this one is never going to change. No American politician is going to tell the entire nation that this treasonous man is going free.

  4. Ed Ski said,

    December 20, 2014 at 14:02

    we are not surprised that zionists are whiners. ungrateful whiners. pollard should have been executed for treason, they should instead be grateful he was merely given his LIFE to spend in prison, rather than the execution he deserved! but then some peoples cups are always half-empty!

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