[…] Prologue: The Entire World is Against Netanyahu
Israeli Peace Plan | by Latuf
|Apparently, President Obama gave up on the Jewish vote for the imminent U.S. presidential elections. After all, never in American history had this minority decided the election’s fate (see Romney, Obama, and the Israeli Vote). Obama is not well-seen in Israel, where he is a popular target of racist caricatures. According to Hebrew media, Obama and Netanyahu have nil personal relations between them; both gave up on an improvement. This is to such an extent that president Obama gave up not only on the Jewish vote, but also on the Jewish money which is much more influential during a presidential campaign. Oddly enough, this made President Obama free to pursue American interests.|
In recent months Netanyahu was trying to obtain a formal statement from president Obama regarding the red lines that if crossed by Iran would lead to an attack against it by the USA. The details requested by Netanyahu included uranium enrichment levels and weapons development. One week before the beginning of the UN General Assembly, Netanyahu said “the sooner we establish [red lines], the greater the chances that there won’t be a need for other types of action.” He was referring to military actions by Israel and the USA against Iran. Secretary of State Clinton replied on the same day “we’re not setting deadlines.” This was emphasized by White House spokesman Jay Carney “It is not fruitful as part of this process to engage in that kind of specificity.” In other words, Netanyahu cannot start a war on Iran. He can’t even threat since he obviously lacks support from America. The USA won’t sacrifice two million sons for the sake of Israel’s belligerent goals.
As expanded in UN General Assembly: Egypt hits Israel, the next one to spoil Israel’s game was Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi. In an interview to the New York Times, which preceded his UN speech, he said “If Washington is asking Egypt to honor its treaty with Israel, he said, Washington should also live up to its own Camp David commitment to Palestinian self-rule.” In other words, he politely accused Israel of not honoring the peace agreement. Under such circumstances, Egypt cannot be expected to observe it. Netanyahu faces also a third threat, by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who is threatening to dismantle the Palestinian Authority if the peace talks with Israel don’t advance. The result of such a step would be a Third Intifada, which will make the first two look like pale rehearsals to it. Sweating profusely, Netanyahu pulled out of a dusty Mossad drawer an unbelievable plan.
[…] Israelis citizens are not blind. They understand they are being abused and robbed by a regime that in many aspects is worse—and obviously less legitimate—than the Nazi regime. The only way Israeli Prime Ministers can avoid a revolution against their illegitimate rule is by creating external enemies. By the end of 2012, Netanyahu is heavily invested in promoting Iran as an enemy. After all, the Israeli reality is not very complicated; it’s just a Mafiosi one.
The interview can be listened at
Deanna Spingola – RBN – interview with Ken Freeland, speaking for Roi Tov
and Deanna’s schedule is at Spingola Specials
On Bad Faith and Cold Hearts—I’m being tortured by the Bolivian Government
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