Listen, I understand your anti-American sentiment but there is a much better way to go about it than by making personal attacks and silly statments that simply aren't true. HINT: CHECK YOUR SILLY LITTLE "FACTS"!
Your theory of "geopolitics" (LOL) is pretty flawed. In your opinion aid is given only to countries if it is in the strategic interest of the US to do so. So why then is the US giving $4 billion dollars annually in aid to Israel? What is the strategic interest in supporting a country that has done nothing but destablize the Middle East and discredit the US prescence in that part of the world? Strictly speaking, Israel gives nothing to the US in return for its unwavering support and billions of dollars. It is the other countries in the region that have the oil that the US needs. According to your theory, Israel should receive no aid and yet it receives more than any other country on the planet.....
By the way, American humanitarian aid is in the tens of billions of dollars and millions of people around the globe have the US government to thank for being alive. This is purely humanitarian aid--there's nothing political about it. Where's the strategic interest in that? Who gave Brazil millions of dollars in 1998 to stop the devaluation of its currency?
>>>UK gave the lands and UN recognized the soverignity?<<<
Boy, you really don't know what you're talking about do you? The UK did not "give" the lands, it ceded them to UN control when it could not reconcile the dispute between the Arabs and Palestinians. When the Jewish people conquered the land by force, it was the United States that pushed through the UN resolution recognizing the State of Israel. It was the US who gave hundreds of tons of the most advanced weapons to the Israeli army and helped it whenever attacked by the other Arab nations. This is what is in the "scoolar"
books, not your convoluted version of events. What is the UN anyway but a mouthpiece for the US?
Albright's visit to Israel had nothing at all to do with aircraft. It was a diplomatic mission where the EL AL order came up because it was in the news at that time. Do you really think the US Secretary of State would travel all that distance just for some lousy aircraft engines? Gimme a break!! I've said it before and I've said it again, I feel Israel does owe the United States a debt of gratitude for its many years of both political and financial support, and if that means buy American, then so be it. The European Union has given Israel next to nothing in comparison.
If you are a student of economics as you claim, then you should know that political and economic policy go hand in hand in democratic societies. When your president needs a regional jet, should I expect a fair competition between Embraer and Canadair/Bombardier? Didn't think so.
By the way, all of EL AL's 757's are Rolls-Royce powered. I guess US foreign policy was just had a really bad year right?
I shouldn't have wasted the time.
p.s. Your English could use a little work
If you get down off your anti-American high horse for a second, you might realize that the US does a lot of good in the world in addition to the bad.