Bibi’s Rolling Armageddon Sideshow
Somebody, please, grab Binyamin Netanyahu from his “American tour,” put him on a plane—or a slow boat—and send him back to Israel before he blows up the world.
I exaggerate, but just a little.
Netanyahu, who may once again gain the “premiership” of Israel, has gone beyond his threadbare demand that Bush and the neocons attack Iran and now claims such an attack is a fait accompli.
“Benjamin Netanyahu … told an audience in New York yesterday that President Bush is preparing to ditch the United Nations to take on Iran alone and that American politicians of all parties would do well to stop squabbling about Iraq and join the president in focusing on threat from Tehran,” reports the New York Sun, a neocon infested newspaper propped up by the likes of Bruce Kovner, a billionaire financier who also apparently showers money on the American Enterprise Institute, a criminal organization where Bush gets his “minds,” that is to say the same folks who at one time “advised” Bibi to trash the Oslo Accords and go after Iraq and Syria.
“Americans should be focusing on Iran, Mr. Netanyahu said, because while Iran is now focusing its attention on Israel through its proxy terrorist organization, Hezbollah, ‘Israel is merely the first step.’ There’s a reason, he reminded the audience, that Israel is only called the ‘little Satan.’ No guessing who is next said Mr. Netanyahu.”
In other words, Bibi knows better what Americans should focus upon—taking out Israel’s declared enemy, an enemy that poses absolutely no threat to America. “Why would Iraq attack America or use nuclear weapons against us? I’ll tell you what I think the real threat (is) and actually has been since 1990 — it’s the threat against Israel,” declared Philip Zelikow, executive director of Bush’s whitewash and progenitor of Brothers Grimm scary stories. “And this is the threat that dare not speak its name, because the Europeans don’t care deeply about that threat, I will tell you frankly. And the American government doesn’t want to lean too hard on it rhetorically, because it is not a popular sell.”
Indeed, a more popular sell is Iran’s phantom nukes—not much different than Iraq’s illusory weapons of mass destruction—able to reach Europe and one day, if Bush does not attack now, the shores of America.
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