The film’s analysis is crucial to understand why—given the longstanding international consensus for a peaceful settlement that would give both Israelis and Palestinians a secure national homeland—the conflict drags on in its seventh decade. Whatever one’s position on how to resolve the conflict, it is uncontroversial that Israel could not continue occupying Palestinian territory without U.S. diplomatic, military and economic support, and it’s unlikely that support could continue without the backing—or, at least, acquiescence—of the U.S. public.
Like a viral infestation or a bad cold that you just cannot get over that is what would describe the host and virus relationship between Zionist Israel and the United States Corporation of 1865. The Hulu commercials and the Invasion movies were both good illustrations of the nature of the problem.
When Americans were under occupation by the host you could not even tell and worst of all they defended their occupiers like those suffering from Stockholm Syndrome where you defend the rights and actions of the hostage taker.