Why Iran’s Nuclear Program is a Massive Misdirection from the Real Threat to Israel
Tonight I’m gonna party like It’s 199.
November 26, 2013 - 10:09 am
“The sky was all purple
There were people runnin’ everywhere
Tryin’ to run from the destruction
You know I didn’t even care…
Oops out of time,
So tonight I’m gonna party like it’s 199.”
I have been working hard to explain to people that Iran’s nuclear weapons are not the major threat to Israel. It is obvious.
The problem is that after almost a century, Israel is not just the object of genocide by the Arabs but by many Iranian, Turkish, and newly European and North American Muslims. It is truly awesome how few politically active would-be peacemakers among Arabs and Middle Eastern Muslims there are.
Given Secretary of State Hamann the Agagite, it is unfortunate that there is no King Ahasuerus.
Of course some of this, especially in the West, is due to the phony two-state or at least two-stage-to-extinction solution.
I should mention this was not just a knee-jerk conclusion on my part but one reached over the course of 45 years.
Of course, we can always hope for a Queen Esther, who in answer to the king’s, “Where is the man who has dared to do such a thing?” could reply, “The adversary and enemy is this vile Hamann.”
Somehow, I don’t think Michelle would play such a role.
Note two ignored points on Iranian nuclear, which show the focus is ridiculous:
- Why use nuclear weapons when you believe you will win by conventional means and while you make billions to shore up the Tehran regime so effectively in the short-run?
- Iran’s nuclear effort is ironically a defensive strategy to neutralize any possible Israeli nuclear option or an Israeli attack on Iran.
This is a massive misdirection, Get it?