Setting Us Up? The Most Dangerous, Along With The U.S., Nuclear Threat... Israel

15 April 2010

By Kenny - Sideshow

The farce of the nuclear summit is apparent. Even some of the controlled media  are reporting on the foreign press being treated as a protest group designated to a 'free speech zone.' It still doesn't repress the reports about the most dangerous, along with the U.S., nuclear threat ... Israel.

Remarks from the Egyptian Foreign Minister is a good example.  

"Let's also try to convince the P5 {the five permanent members on the Security Council} to bring Israel onboard. You see, you have possibly today two emerging threats" in the Middle East, Gheit told the "PBS Newshour" on US public television.

"We are eager that we do not have a nuclear Iran, as well as we do not want to see a nuclear Israel. We want a zone that is free of nuclear weapons -- and it can be done," he said.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the last minute pulled out of the Washington summit, reportedly out of concern that Arab states and Turkey would shift the focus to Israel and away from its arch-enemy Iran. {more}

Obama's role as a fear monger at the summit is also apparent. Is he setting us up with the 'terrorists are out to nuke us' hype as a prelude to a false flag attack? One that benefits Israel and an extremely small amount of war profiteers?  It's obvious that a great many of the world's population would know that any 'terrorist' nuke attack would be a false flag to stimulate attacks on Iran and others. That doesn't mean the psychopaths won't do it anyway. Getting away with every other false flag of the 21st century gives them confidence. Maybe false confidence.

The nuclear summit is all about maintaining the nuclear status quo. The U.S. and its allies intentions are to make sure they are the only ones to hold the wild card of death.

I don't know about the rest of you but I'm damned sick and tired of hearing these Israel first traitors in our so called 'we the people' government spout their lies and hate and criminal war propaganda.

Joe Lieberman is the worst of the lot. 

Sen. Joe Lieberman says the world is at a "turning point in history," and the United States should begin preparing plans to attack Iran's nuclear program — and use that option if all diplomatic and other means fail.

He also says Sarah Palin has become a spokeswoman for disaffected Americans – and maintains that the Obama administration has made a mistake in vowing not to use nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear entity.

“I cannot stress enough that this is a turning point in history. If we allow Iran to become a nuclear power, the world becomes terribly more unsafe for everybody. It’s the end of the global nuclear nonproliferation attempts. All the work that President Obama’s doing on the START treaty, trying to keep nukes from terrorists — if Iran goes nuclear, that’s over.”

 “We’re in a war not with some nebulous group of violent extremists. We’re not in a war with environmental extremists or white extremists. We’re in a war with violent Islamist extremists and terrorists. The people who attacked us on 9/11 were not just violent and extreme, they were motivated by an ideology of Islamist extremism which took the religion of Islam and essentially transformed it into a radical political ideology. {more}

Israel first and death cult puppet Palin as the savior of the disaffected? Lieberman promoting a controlled 'tea party' movement? Always the play on the emotions of 9/11 and diversion from the real enemies.  It's hard to walk in manure this deep. Let's hope most folks are learning to step around it.

Let's compare Iran and the USA ... 

So which regime is really the danger to world peace and needs to be overthrown?
Let's also take a look at the Kill, Kill, Kill mentality that we are supposed to embrace in the name of 'security.'
It will continue to come home to haunt us

Engineers of Human Souls: The Pentagon's Cult of Killing Strikes Again

And today in occupied Iraq, the brutalizing beat goes on. "Kill, kill, kill, kill, kill, it's like it pounds in my brain," a U.S. soldier told the Los Angeles Times last week. Another shrugged at the sight of freshly slaughtered bodies. "It doesn't bother me at all," he said. "I'm a warrior. My soldiers, they are all warriors. They have no problems. There's no place in this Army for men who aren't warriors." Said a third: "We talk about killing all the time. I never used to be this way…but it's like I can't stop. I'm worried what I'll be like when I get home."

Yet strangely enough, this new model army, imbued with eager "warrior spirit," has not produced the kind of lasting victories won by the reluctant fifteen-percenters of yore. It was stalemated in Korea, defeated in Vietnam, chased out of Lebanon and Somalia, balked in Afghanistan (where 40,000 Taliban troops slipped away to fight again and drug-dealing warlords rule the countryside), while its two excursions into Iraq have ended first in irresolution (with "worse-than-Hitler" Saddam still on his throne) and now in bloody quagmire.

Could it be that the systematic degradation of natural morality and common human feeling – especially in the service of dubious ends – is not actually the best way to achieve national greatness? {more - Chris Floyd}
War is the money maker, the work of the insane power brokers. We know it but can't seem to do anything about it.

Strength in numbers ... the numbers grow ...




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