Posts Tagged ‘Bibi’
All Netanyahu’s visit to Washington acheived, was to restore relations to what they were before the Flotilla debacle. The Jewish Mafia/Lobby is the heaviest (obviously). Using Psy-Ops (Stolen guns from Bibi’s bodyguards) to all other means, in the end Netanyahu was proclaimed a man of Peace by Obama.
With all the atrocities committed in our name, wouldn’t it be nice to see Bush, Blair, Cheney, Wolfowitz all in the dock? And Obama and Rahm and all the cohorts causing evil killing and torture to millions?
Strangely enough it might just start in Israel. And even stranger, if the leadership is indicted, there is no opposition to replace Bibi, Ehud Barak and Lieberman. There is just more of the same.
Haaretz is leading with a grim-faced PM Bibi refusing calls for an international enquiry.
And some seemingly conscientious objections by Israeli Naval officers themselves:
Israel Navy reserves officers: Allow external Gaza flotilla probe
Officers denounce operation as ‘military and diplomatic failure’, slam government for placing blame on the activists.
“First and foremost, we protest the fact that responsibility for the tragic results was immediately thrust onto the organizers of the flotilla,” wrote the officers. “This demonstrates contempt for the responsibility that belongs principally to the hierarchy of commanders and those who approved the mission. This shows contempt for the values of professionalism, the purity of weapons and for human lives.”
We are all so used to the spin and dribble, the contempt for the truth, just as we see it in our nations, so it is occurring in Israel. As above – so below. From non-existent weapons of mass destruction, to Al Qaeda cells everywhere. The Israelis are more cushioned thanks to all the money pouring in there. Making their population astoundingly right-wing. Yet it seems, crunch time has arrived.
Breaking out of the siege
If Israel is to break out of the international siege and strategic catastrophe it now faces, it urgently needs a different policy.
Israel has no opposition and no alternative
While Zuabi was savagely attacked in the Knesset – Livni kept mum. When the blockade continued – Livni kept mum. After Israel brutally abducted the flotilla ship – Livni skipped from one television studio to another, justifying the operation with frightening alacrity.
By Gideon Levy
Suspicion growing about possible link between PKK and Israel
Amid the growing outrage over an Israeli attack on civilian ships in international waters that killed nine Turkish pro-Palestinian activists and wounded dozens last week, there is deepening suspicion about the possible Israeli involvement in the killing of seven soldiers in a terrorist rocket attack on a naval base in İskenderun, in the southern province of Hatay.
Turkish intelligence organizations are looking into possible connections between the two incidents that occurred on the same day only hours apart.
There is more at stake than Israel or Zionism, there is world Jewry, banking and oil. For now we can all marvel at “people power”, and how the sheer indignation of people everywhere has had greater effect than any politicians or media.
What happens when Israel panics?
Israel is now at total loggerheads with the worlds nations and people. She became accustomed to “ruling the roost” with her secret benefactors, who shared, “so many secrets”, legally defined as “classified”.
Turkey says Israel’s PM Bibi is a prime suspect, in ordering the murders of the Humanitarian aid workers. If so, was he the first PM to do so, or is it a long tradition? Ariel Sharon was Bib’s political mentor. For the Turkish prosecutor to say this, he must have either been informed through a “leak” or by judging Bibi’s behaviour. He could not have just “imagined” it.
Turkish prosecutors go after Israeli politicians
Israel’s prime minister, defense minister and chief of General Staff are among the prime suspects in an investigation initiated by the İstanbul Bakırköy Prosecutor’s Office into Monday’s military operation against a Gaza-bound civilian aid flotilla that left nine peace activists, all of whom were Turkish citizens, dead. …
To demonstrate that Israel’s intervention was illegal, the prosecutors will emphasize that the ships were in international waters, that the people aboard had waved a white flag of surrender, that the ships were carrying humanitarian aid, that the passengers did not threaten Israel and that no permission for intervention was given by the ships’ captains or countries under whose flags they were sailing. Concrete evidence, such as firing at the victims at close range, and the testimonies of victims will also be included as evidence.
Then again Israel has an official policy of “targeted” killings, there has been much controversy within Israel that even these killings are beyond what the law allows. It has been widely reported that the “Rachel Corrie” was mechanically sabotaged by the Israelis, and it was carrying VIPs. We can assume they were to be spared the hostile treatment that the rest of the Flotilla received.
And Israel is pushing the US to up the ante on North Korea. This is Israel’s only modus operandis, when there is trouble, sow conflict.
Obama is powerless – he shook hands with a doctor in Mexico who died the next day, if that wasn’t a message ….. Yet all the talk continues.. Obama reacted to Bibi blah di blah.
To discount Obama in this way is the equivalent of being a heretic in the middle ages. By referring to Obama as if he had power, whether for or against him, is to play along with ‘democracy is working’. When in fact it is a complete fiasco, as is everything now in the West.
But if we start to look at international developments: A Shaky Euro, huge British and US deficits. The Japanese evicting the US forces. Russia, China, Iran, Brazil all getting stronger. It’s a case of ‘game is up’. Just what will collapse first?
Funny thing is: the Zionists don’t know it. Guess they can’t afford to see it. They are anyway fulfilling a myth, what else can be expected? As for the ‘fu*k you’ to Biden, that is just business as usual. When the UN intervened in Gaza during Cast Lead, Israel bombed the UN schools. What Biden’s mission in Israel was is also a secret. Who can believe anything they say or their press secretaries release?
Lastly: what will happen to the nerve centre of corporate capitalism? So many voices say Israel will implode. It is self evident that they see themselves as separate from humanity (and this is the problem). Also their adversaries are stronger than ever.
Really a boycott or an embargo, a confrontation with the world’s superpowers would be Israel’s best hope for survival, to bring them to their senses. In the meantime they write the editorials, and less and less people are reading them.
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(originally from Haaretz)
Israeli censorship is second to none, at least as good as North Korea’s.
Netanyahu was on a military boat, with the head of the Israeli military, the chances of him having bodyguards and only officially accredited photographers are certain. And the photos are taken from close up. They are not long telephoto shots from afar.
So the pictures are as good as “official press releases” from the Prime Minister’s office. Even if the Navy pilot was instructed to accelerate just as he was to board another boat.
|.The pics from:
Mao Zedong’s 1966 Swim of the Yangtze
That begs the question: What is the message?
The emperor of the world – Bibi Netanyahu – does that sound far fetched?
The common accusation that American foreign policy is directed for Israel’s well being. And (make no mistake) Israel’s agenda is hegemony.
Avram Burg has stated that 10% of the worlds arm dealers are Israelis.
Then there is the talk of the Russian Israeli mafia, and we see the entire US congress (bar 5 members) vote in favour of Israel’s attack in Gaza.
And we have at least a dog and a tail.
Bibi just created 30 ministers in order to garner a Government together, yet he never made a minister for health. But we hear many proclamations against Iran.
Wonder how long Bibi’s governemnt will last? It will surely lead to more Israeli isolation. There is a worldwide clamour to reign in Israel’s excesses. And no one in Israel (or the Lobby) has ever listened. They just sing the anachronistic song of the enemy – currently Iran.
Uri Avneri is saying in his latest article that Lieberman is holding all the cards, that he will bring the Government down as soon as it suits him, so that in new elections he can gain absolute control. Sounds plausible.
It is the Jewish Diaspora that must take the blame for its unbridled support for all things Israeli. The huge sums of money that have poured into the country, creating a nation of people divorced from reality.
Will leave you with an excerpt from Uri Avneri’s newsletter:
Who’s The Boss?
ON THE first day of the new Israeli government
[…] Binyamin Netanyahu read an uninspired speech, which included the worn-out cliches that are necessary to set the world at ease: the government is committed to peace, it will negotiate with the Palestinian Authority, bla-bla-bla.
Avigdor Lieberman hurried from there to the foreign Office, for the ceremonial change of ministers. He, too, made a speech – but it was not a routine speech at all.
“Si vis pacem, para bellum – if you want peace, prepare for war,” declared the new Foreign Minister. When a diplomat quotes this ancient Roman saying, the world pays no attention to the first part, but only to the second. Coming from the mouth of the already infamous Lieberman, it was a clear threat: the new government is entering upon a path of war, not of peace.
With this sentence, Lieberman negated Netanyahu’s speech and made headlines around the world. He confirmed the worst apprehensions connected with the creation of this government.
Not content with quoting the Romans, he explained specifically why he used this motto. Concessions, he said, do not bring peace, but quite the reverse. The world respected and admired Israel when it won the Six-day war.
Two fallacies in one sentence. Returning occupied territory is not a “concession”. When a thief is compelled to return stolen property, or when a squatter vacates an apartment that does not belong to him, that is not a “concession”. And the admiration for Israel in 1967 came from a world that saw us as a little, valiant country that had stood up to mighty armies out to destroy us. But today’s Israel looks like a brutal Goliath, while the occupied Palestinians are now viewed as a David with his slingshot, fighting for his life.
With this speech, Lieberman succeeded in stirring the world, but even more in humiliating Netanyahu. He exposed the peace declarations of the new Prime Minister as nothing but soap bubbles.
Now where does that leave the emperer of the world? On very shaky ground. Not a good omen.