Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Clinton warns Netanyahu that US-Israeli relationship is at risk, they know that's BS Get serious!


The State Department says Secretary of State Hillary Clinton telephoned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Friday to reiterate deep US concern over an announcement this week that Israel will build more housing in East Jerusalem. She can't seriously think Israel cares what she, Obama, or anyone else thinks! Clinton warns Netanyahu that US-Israeli relationship is at risk

Israel doesn't care what we think any more than they do Iran, Syria, or anyone else. I came to realize a long time ago that there will be no peace in the Middle East primarily because Israel does not want it unless she has what she wants and that is all of Jerusalem. Palestinian's Syria, and Iran are not going to sit back and let Israel build 1,600 houses in the place they want to claim as their Capital.

I realized a long time ago that Israel is the world's chief war monger and we seem to do their bidding and fighting. If they get into a war with Iran we will end up coming to their rescue regardless of what they do or what Hillary says and that is sad! We should in fact take care of Jewish American's and American's and our interests in Israel and otherwise tell them in no uncertain terms they are on their own if they continue to instigate war not peace and expecting us to come to their rescue.

Remember Mordechai Vanunu whistle blower of Israel's clandestine nuclear program? Uzi Eilam former head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission said Mordechai Vanunu did Israel a favor after revealing information about an illegal nuclear program at Israel's Dimona reactor. His information proved that Israel had broken the 1968 treaty on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.

There is a US law that prohibits the support of countries that break the treaty in question. Vanunu's information led foreign experts to conclude that Israel had produced fissile material for as many as 200 atomic warheads thus warning other Nation's of Israel's military might. It was okay for Israel why the hypocrisy? Remember Mordechai Vanunu whistle blower of Israel's clandestine nuclear program? Uzi Eilam former head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission said Mordechai Vanunu did Israel a favor after revealing information about an illegal nuclear program at Israel's Dimona reactor. His information proved that Israel had broken the 1968 treaty on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.

There is a US law that prohibits the support of countries that break the treaty in question. Vanunu's information led foreign experts to conclude that Israel had produced fissile material for as many as 200 atomic warheads thus warning other Nation's of Israel's military might. It was okay for Israel why the hypocrisy? Remember this discussion?The US will pay the price for Israel and US nuclear lies and hypocrisy after Israel attacks!

I must admit Israel's hypocrisy and lies are a plan I have discussed often and I have to disagree with Eliam's final assertion. He says an attack on Iran's nuclear program would be counter productive. I beg to differ! The General hit the nail on the head though and does not know it. I have long asserted that Israel would attack Iran's nuclear interests and we would come to her rescue.

That is a fact that is why I find his final statement troubling and prophetic. He correctly said One strike is not practical. In order to delay the Iranian program for three to four years one needs an armada of aircraft, which only a super-power can provide. Only America can do it. Bingo! I am sure the US plans to do it largely from the Gulf with numerous carrier fighter groups and they are almost finished with their 30000 pound bunker buster behemoth to take out underground facilities.




James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com

8 comments:

Demeur said...

I again must disagree with you here Jim. Consider it this way. As much as there are disagreements in the Arab countries in the middle east you know if one of their countries is attack they consider that an attack on all. Imagine the propaganda value that would be gained from such an attack. It would be an easy recruiting tool for the militants. As in the West is attacking Arabs. And as I said before our military is stretched mighty thin at present.

an average patriot said...

One thing that many Americans (and Germans too as well[1]) find confusing is that Iran is not an Arab country. Mainstream publications have had to offer corrections for decades after mistakenly including Iran in a list of Arab nations or terming it an Arab nation. Here is the ethnic break-down in Iran: Persian 51%, Azeri 24%, Gilaki and Mazandarani 8%, Kurd 7%, Arab 3%, Lur 2%, Baloch 2%, Turkmen 2%, other 1%.

We tend to side with the Arabs to use them against the Persian Iranians!

Dave Dubya said...

Rahm Emanuel was a member of the Israeli IDF and has dual citizenship.

Israel is over-represented, and has far too much power within our government.

Emanuel would drag us to destruction for the cause of the Israeli hard right.

He and Lieberman are nothing but Neocons, every bit as dangerous as Dick Cheney.

Demeur said...

I would agree with you there Dave. Even if our government pulled its' support for Israel there are enough Jews here that would send donations.

So you don't think the Arab nations would come to Iran's aid much like we'd come to the aid of Canada,Mexico or the UK?

Vicki said...

I am angry that Netanyahu has raised the ante toward eventaul war between Isreal and Iran with his support of 1600 housing units on Palistinian land. I am glad our government is pushing back. We must take a clear stand to support the UN resolution and continue to raise our concerns with the nuclear proliferation in the Middle East that began with Isreal's production and stock-piling of nuclear arms. Afterall, Isreal could not survive without our continuous political, economic and military support. And, Jim, you said it best in that our blood and treasure is being spent daily in war in Afghanistan and Iraq. We definitely deserve Isreal's undivided attention on this issue.

Vicki said...

My apologies for mispelling Israel.

Zhann said...

I would like to point out that no matter how tense relations get between Israel and the US, no harm would come of it. The US needs Israel, and Israel needs the US. This relationship is even stronger than the US/China bond, which is surprisingly large as well.

While I am in complete agreement that these settlements are a meaningless provocation, especially considering this money could be spent in many other places, it is important to note that these buildings are being built in the Jewish quarter and not elsewhere. There are a large number of Jews in East Jerusalem who have no intention of leaving. There is almost a 50/50 split of Jews to Palestinians in East Jerusalem (the settlements definitely help with the Jewish end of the population, denying Palestinians building permits doesn't hurt either), which is yet another reason why there is such a reluctance to simply hand the land to Palestine.

HILLBLOGGER said...

What I don't understand is with the $3 billion that the US contributes for Israel to exist, why they allow Netanyahu to bitch slap Biden?

Pull the plug on that $3 billion US funds, and Israel might just learn to be a bit more polite.