Obama Is Coming Out of the Closet
As The Anti-Israel Muslim HE IS
Imagine How It Will Be When He Gets Reelected
American Jews, Time Is Running Out
Make Aliyah Before I’ts Too Late
Do not miss my Article “America Is About To Betray Israel“
to know the Consequence of this for Israel and America
UPDATE: Reports claim Obama will be a guest on the David Letterman TV Show instead of meeting with Netanyahu.
[ It is becoming increasingly evident that Obama is a Muslim that hates Israel and all the Jews – even though he uses some self-hating Jews for the sake of deception. I thought that we would see this open confrontational position a few days after the reelection of Obama; but the man, and his higher up handlers, are too desperate to cause the destruction of Israel, and later the rest of the World Jewry. What he is doing is trying to destabilize Bibi’s government by denying credibility abroad and insuflating divisions in Israel. Will the American Jews finally “see the light.” It is difficult to think of it, but Obama is a Hitler-wannabe; after all we though that no one could ever surpass Haman, nakhon? ]
At odds and not talking
President Barack Obama’s refusal Tuesday Sept. 11 to see Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu because “the president’s schedule will not permit that,” left Jerusalem thunderstruck – and Washington too.
At one stroke, round after a round of delicate negotiations on Iran between the White House, Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem, the US National Security Council, Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta collapsed. They had aimed at an agreement on a starting point for the meeting that had been fixed between the two leaders for Sept. 28 in New York to bridge their differences over an attack on Iran’s nuclear program.
By calling off the meeting, the US president has put paid to those hopes and publicly humiliated, again, the Israeli prime minister, turning the clock back to the nadir of their relations brought about by the comment by Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Aug. 30: “I don’t want to be complicit if they [Israel] choose to do it” – meaning attack Iran. [ As if attacking Iran was a criminal act. Well, it is in the twisted mind of Muslims and anti-Semites. ]
By rebuffing Netanyahu, the president demonstrated that the top US soldier was not just talking off the cuff but representing the president’s final position on a possible Israel strike to preempt Iran’s nuclear program.
Tuesday, the US Defense Secretary said on Iran:
“If Iran decides to make a nuclear weapon, the US would have a little more than a year to stop it.” He added that the United States has “pretty good intelligence.”
Panetta said on CBS’s “This Morning” program:
“It’s roughly about a year right now. A little more than a year. And so … we think we will have the opportunity once we know that they’ve made that decision, take the action necessary to stop (Iran).”
Panetta said the United States has the capability to prevent Iran from building an atomic bomb. He said:
“We have the forces in place to be able to not only defend ourselves, but to do what we have to do to try to stop them from developing nuclear weapons.”
Some optimists [ read ‘obtuse people’ ] in Jerusalem took these comments to indicate that the crisis had become manageable now that the Obama administration was finally prepared to discuss a timeline and red lines for holding Iran back from making a bomb. This hope was soon dashed by word that the US president would rather confront Israel than Iran. The White House may also have been incensed by the orders given by Netanyahu and Barak to the IDF to keep going on preparations for attacking Iran alongside the forthcoming meeting between the two leaders.
Netanyahu’s comments to a news conference earlier Tuesday are unlikely to have salved angry administration spirits in Washington. He said that with every passing day, Iran comes closer to a nuclear bomb, heedless of sanctions and diplomacy.
Netanyahu said on a note of frustration against the Obama administration and the rest of the world, as reported earlier Tuesday:
“The world tells Israel ‘wait, there’s still time’. And I say, “Wait for what? Wait until when? Those in the international community who refuse to put red lines before Iran don’t have a moral right to place a red light before Israel.”
[ America thought that it was a very good idea attacking Iraq because there was a rumor that they had “weapons of mass destruction.” And Saddam never said that he was gooing to “erase America out of the map,” as Iran has repeatedly proclaim that they would do. Reaality is that most Goyim are of the mind that Jews only have two “human rights”: to obey whatever we are told … and let others kill us easily. Well, fat chance! That will not happen – mind you, at any cost – ever again! ]
The wrangling over Iran between the offices of the US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Monday, has been reduced essentially to a battle for the agenda of their meeting in New York on Sept. 28: Netanyahu will be pressing for a US commitment to military action if Iran crosses still-to-be-agreed red lines, while the White House rejects red lines [ for Iran, but yes for Israel ] – or any other commitment for action – as neither necessary nor useful.
[ Of course, this engender of Evil, Obama, cynically expects that Israel accept the “red lines” he arrogantl and criminally try to impose upon us. And expects Israel to sheepishly make the commitment to not attack Iran until after Obama’s reelection and we are utterly destroyed. His Islamic Plan of commiting genocide against the Jews in Israel is now open for all to see. ]
Israel’s latest rebuttal came Monday, Sept. 10 from former Military Intelligence chief, Amos Yadlin, who argued that even without agreed red lines, Israel is quite capable of coping with its enemies without the United States.
[ Oy! What an affront to the legendary haughty American arrogance! Imagine that. “How these Jews dare… Who do they think they are?! They are nothing, nothing without us.” LOL. ]
The sparring appeared to have reached a point of no return, leaving Obama and Netanyahu nothing more to discuss. However, just the opposite is true. For both leaders their upcoming tête-à-tête is vital. It is Obama’s last chance to prevent an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear program before he faces the American voter on Nov. 6, while the prime minister will not forego any opportunity to harness the US to this attack. He needs to prove – not just to the anti-war camp ranged against him at home, but also to assure the military – which has been falsely reported as against an attack – that he bent over backward to procure US backing. Netanyahu does not feel that even if he fails to talk Obama around (more likely than not), he has lost American support; he counts on the US Congress [ and many among the American people, although the American people does not cout to the agendas of their politicians ] to line up behind Israel’s case for cutting down a nuclear Iran which is sworn to destroy the Jewish state, as well as sections of the US public and media and some of he president’s Jewish backers, including contributors to his campaign chest. Those are only some of the reasons why the last-ditch US-Israeli summit cannot be avoided and indeed may be pivotal – both for their participants’ personal political destinies, and for the Middle East at large. Debkafile’s Washington and political sources disclose that their dialogue will have two levels according to current planning:
In New York, Obama and Netanyahu will try and negotiate a common framework;
At the Pentagon in Washington, defense chiefs Leon Panetta and Ehud Barak will be standing by to render any agreements reached in New York into practical, detailed plans which would then be referred back to the two leaders for endorsement.
The heated dispute between US and Israeli officials over “red lines” was therefore no more than sparring over each of the leaders’ starting-points for their New York dialogue and therefore their agenda and final understandings [ maybe ]. Behind the clash of swords, US and Israeli diplomats are working hard to negotiate an agreed starting point. They are putting just as much effort into preventing the row deteriorating into a total rupture before Sept. 28.
Netanyahu discussed another red line Monday when he interviewed [ the suspicious ] President Shimon Peres in Jerusalem, their first meeting in three months. Although the Israeli presidency is a largely titular function, Peres [ shamelessly ] has elected himself senior spokesman for the opponents of an Israeli military operation against Iran.
While their advisers sought to establish agreed lines between them ahead of Netanyahu’s meeting with Obama, debkafile reports that the confrontation between the two Israeli politicians ended inconclusively, because Peres kept on demanding that the Prime Minister bend to the will of the White House. [ Hmm, have you noticed how Shimon Peres always sides with the enemies of Israel, who look for our destruction? Has he being blackmailed for the longest time, or is he just a dark-hearted Sabbatean traitor? ]