The "American Israel Public Affairs Committee" (AIPAC) is a corporate tool designed to force politics in both Israel and the United States to the right, to the detriment of the working people of both countries, and to oppose peace and justice in the Middle East, promoting imperialist adventures and war preparations in both Israel and the United States. Its major supporters are no friends of the American or Israeli people. AIPAC has been implicated in scandal after scandal during the past year. And yet, elected leaders of the U.S. Congress plan to attend the AIPAC "Gala Banquet" planned for March 12, 2007 at the DC Convention Center.
The California State Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party endorses the demonstration on March 12 planned by the DC Anti-War Network and other sponsors entitled "Congress, Stand Up to AIPAC." We further endorse the campaign of telephone calls and e-mails directed to Senate leaders Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, asking that they not attend the banquet.
Adopted by the State Central Committee on February 25, 2007
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