How Many Countries Have Been Attacked By: Israel: 11 Iran: “0″
Iran launches a nuclear attack on Israel with its single nuclear bomb devastating Tel Aviv and causing tens of thousands of deaths among Jews, Christians and Muslims.
Israel responds with a nuclear counterattack dropping 30 nuclear bombs, one tenth of its nuclear arsenal, across Iran killing over 30 Million people immediately and causing millions of injuries. The deadly radiation also killed U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the Gulf nations, and in the Caucuses. The deadly radiation also spread to Africa and Europe causing more devastation. The Middle East became desolate and too dangerous for U.S. and European companies to work the oil fields and export oil. These nuclear bombs made the entire Middle East inhabitable.
In response the Muslim world launched an all out assault on every single American person and institution in their region. They blew up every remaining oil and gas pipeline causing a worldwide economic collapse.
Jews around the world suffered the ultimate consequence of Israel’s military mad expansionism in the Middle East. Even in America they paid a heavy price for the severe economic depression Israel’s attack on Iran caused as well as the enormous Jewish political power and enslavement of their government, especially on the doormat called the Congress that starved American children to feed Israel’s military and defend its atrocities.
Enough was enough and thus their rage was finally unleashed.
How ironic and horrific that Israel’s military madness and obsession to live by the sword led to the very Jewish holocaust it was trying to prevent from an Iranian nuclear bomb.
The silver lining for the Palestinians whose land was stolen from them by European Jews with the strong backing of England and the U.S. and who were massacred, terrorized, raped, and ethnically cleansed from their homeland is that Iran’s nuclear attack on Israel finally ended the 65 years of dispossession and lifetimes of refugee status as well as the end of the deadly killing and starving siege of Gaza.
Yes, Palestinians are finally free from Israel’s boots; but this freedom came at the final cost of their total extermination.
It’s pure insanity to ever believe that Iran would ever attack Israel with a nuclear bomb that it does not even possess. It would invite a massive Israeli nuclear holocaust upon its people and would necessarily involve the U.S. whether it wants to or not.
It’s insane to believe that Iran, the single true supporter of the Palestinians in the region, would launch a nuclear attack that would devastate the Palestinian population, destroy Jerusalem and its holy mosques and churches, and contaminate the land, water, and air in the region for an extremely long time.
Nuclear weapons around the world serve only as deterrents given that their use may end life on earth, as we know it.
That is why the entire world must demand the total elimination of all Nuclear Weapons worldwide.
Both Democrat and Republican members of the Pro Israel Congress, which has never seen an AIPAC Resolution it didn’t love and immediately adopt, are working hard to sabotage the recent Nuclear Deal agreement with Iran and are pushing for more sanctions and eventual war against Iran.
Responding to Israeli and AIPAC pressure to sabotage the negotiated Iran Nuclear Deal Congress as always comes through adopting AIPAC’s letter of talking points as a Congressional Resolution.
As you’ll see below many current and former senior civilian, military, and intelligence officials in both Israel and the U.S. are strongly opposed to an attack on Iran, a Congressional Resolution authorizes war against Iran at the discretion of the President.
According to an article appearing in Antiwar.com titled; “Forget Sanctions: House Hawks Pushing for Iran War“, Bill Would Green Light Attack on Iran’ published October 31, 2013.
“The ironically named “United States-Iran Nuclear Negotiations Act,” would condemn Iran for “deception” dating back to the 1980s, and would authorize President Obama to attack Iran whenever he decides talks have “failed.” Given that 2014 is a midterm election year for the entire House and a third of the Senate; this Kosher Congress is out-Jewing Israel in fulfilling its demands.
At a time when the Congress and Obama are negotiating deep cuts in the budget especially to vital and basic food and health programs for America’s vulnerable families and children; at a time when Congress refused to reauthorize unemployment insurance, or subsidizing fuel for heat for the elderly; Congress in its firm allegiance to Israel over American families TRIPLED Obama’s request for additional aid on top of the billions and added millions given Israel this year alone.
You can read of this Congressional treasonous act in that it prefers and prioritizes Israel’s demands prior to the need of the American people in an article on Antiwar.com titled; “In Budget Crunch, Congress Still Triples Aid Request for Israel; Obama Asks for $96 Million, Congress Approves $284 Million“, December 12, 2013
Israel’s own motto tells the story: “By Way of Deception” you shall make war. It is the embodiment of a nation that was born, lives, kills, steals, and controls and manipulates public opinion — all by LIES.
It was Edward Bernays, a Jew, who invented the science of psychologically based propaganda and public relations campaigns to create what Professor Noam Chomsky calls “Manufactured Consent”. He showed that masses can be easily swayed and influenced to accept even irrational ideas.
As Voltaire brilliantly stated:
“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.”
Such absurdities have been the underlying foundation of racist western colonialism and imperialism that has caused the greatest devastation and loss of life in history.
Israel’s lying and insane propaganda claims that Iran is close to developing a nuclear bomb is not new but actually began in 1992.
The Christian Science Monitor in an article titled: “Imminent Iran nuclear threat? A timeline of warnings since 1979“, published on November 8, 2011, reviewed the long history of false Israeli and American prediction as to when Iran will have a nuclear bomb. The lies continue to this day.
From the Article
Breathless predictions that the Islamic Republic will soon be at the brink of nuclear capability, or – worse – acquire an actual nuclear bomb, are not new. For more than quarter of a century Western officials have claimed repeatedly that Iran is close to joining the nuclear club. Such a result is always declared “unacceptable” and a possible reason for military action, with “all options on the table” to prevent upsetting the Mideast strategic balance dominated by the US and Israel. And yet, those predictions have time and again come and gone. This chronicle of past predictions lends historical perspective to today’s rhetoric about Iran. Here’s Benjamin Netanyahu as a member of the Knesset making a prediction in 1992 as to when Iran will acquire a Nuclear Bomb.
“1992: Israeli parliamentarian Benjamin Netanyahu tells his colleagues that Iran is 3 to 5 years from being able to produce a nuclear weapon – and that the threat had to be “uprooted by an international front headed by the US.”
However, many political, military, and security officials in both the U.S. and Israel strongly oppose an attack on Iran.
In a Salon.com article titled: “Wikileaks Cables: Don’t Trust Israel on Iran“, published December 2, 2010 we read:
“Officials gently mock the Israeli habit of making bogus predictions about when Iran will obtain a nuclear bomb”.
There’s a candid discussion of the matter in a March 2005 cable about Israeli views on Iran (emphasis ours):
GOI [Government of Israel] officials have given different timelines for when they believe Iran will have full enrichment capability… DefMin Mofaz cautioned that Iran is “less than one year away,” while the head of research in military intelligence estimated that Iran would reach this point by early 2007. Technical experts at the IAEC predicted that Iran would have enrichment capability within six months of the end of the suspension agreement. A few GOI officials admitted informally that these estimates need to be taken with caution. The head of the MFA’s [Ministry of Foreign Affairs] strategic affairs division recalled that GOI assessments from 1993 predicted that Iran would possess an atomic bomb by 1998 at the latest. Historically it was the U.S. from the 1950′s to 1979, along with Israel and European nations who provided the Shah of Iran with Uranium enriched material. When Ayatollah Khomeini took power in 1979 he dismantled the nuclear program and issued a Fatwa saying that it was against Islamic ethics to develop weapons of mass destruction that do not discriminate between the military and civilian populations. His successor Ayatollah Ali Khomeini issued a similar Fatwa.
For background on U.S. supplying Iran with enriched Uranium you can read the following article in the Chicago Tribune titled: “How the U.S. spread bomb-grade fuel worldwide — and failed to get it back“, published January 28, 2007
For a long time U.S. military and intelligence officials have contradicted Israel’s multiple claims that Iran is close to building a nuclear bomb. Recently such contradictions have become more public.
According to the Los Angeles Times article: “U.S. does not believe Iran is trying to build nuclear bomb”, published February 23, 2012
“As U.S. and Israeli officials talk publicly about the prospect of a military strike against Iran’s nuclear program, one fact is often overlooked: U.S. intelligence agencies don’t believe Iran is actively trying to build an atomic bomb.
A highly classified U.S. intelligence assessment circulated to policymakers early last year largely affirms that view, originally made in 2007. Both reports, known as national intelligence estimates, conclude that Tehran halted efforts to develop and build a nuclear warhead in 2003.”
But nothing short of a military attack will satisfy Israel and it knows it has the domestic political power to push the U.S. into another tragic and costly war unless the American people stop this madness.
Americans have yet to make their voices loud and clear that there should be no more wars for Israel in the Middle East; much like they courageously and successfully did to stop an attack on Syria.
All of us must abandon our apathy and tell Obama and Congress — Americans will no longer PAY and DIE for Israel’s wars. The stakes are too high and the consequences are devastating.
* Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta:
“[If Iran were to be attacked] the United States would obviously be blamed and we could possibly be the target of retaliation from Iran, striking our ships, striking our military bases, and there are economic consequences to that attack….which could impact a very fragile economy in Europe and a fragile economy here in the United States”.
* Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates:
“Such an attack would make a nuclear-armed Iran inevitable. They would just bury the program deeper and make it more covert.”
“The results of an American or Israeli military strike on Iran could, in my view, prove catastrophic, haunting us for generations in that part of the world…..”[Israeli leaders] do not have a blank check to take action that could do grave harm to American vital interests…..If you think the war in Iraq was hard, an attack on Iran would, in my opinion, be a catastrophe”
* Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff for former Secretary of State Colin Powell:
“Inside the Pentagon, civilian and military, I cannot find a single voice in favor of striking Iran….Not only will we be mired in yet another interminable war, but from this one we might not recover for half a century.”
* Brigadier General John Johns, former combat arms officer in U.S. Army:
“America ought not consider another war in the Middle East without a very serious discussion of the consequences. Political candidates should curb their jingoistic, chauvinistic emotions and temper their world view with a little reflective, rational thought.
* Ambassador Nicholas Burns, former undersecretary of state for political affairs under the G.W. Bush administration:
“We should learn from Iraq by proceeding carefully before unleashing war and its dangerous and unpredictable consequences in a region already in turmoil.”
(I recommend you also read Ambassador Burns’ article on the Harvard University website titled; “Nine US diplomats see interim deal as good for Israel“; December 4, 2013. Please note that several former Jewish American Ambassadors to Israel also signed the piece)
* Bruce Riedel, former Special Assistant to the U.S. President and Senior Director for Near East Affairs on the National Security Council:
“An Israeli attack on Iran could ignite a regional conflict from Afghanistan to the Gaza Strip. For the Americans and the Obama Administration, it will be a disaster.”
* General Michael Hayden, former CIA and National Security Agency Chief:
“When we talked about this in the government, the consensus was that [attacking Iran] would guarantee that which we are trying to prevent – an Iran that will spare nothing to build a nuclear weapon and that would build it in secret.”
* General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs:
“A strike at this time would be destabilizing and wouldn’t achieve their long-term objectives.”
* Ehud Olmert, Former Prime Minister of Israel:
“The current situation does not require Israeli military action – now or in the near future….This issue inflicts massive public damage to Israel…. Iran is far from reaching the threshold from which there is no way back. Statements by which (a strike) is inevitable do not truthfully reflect the current situation from what is known to the security establishment.
* Kobi Richter, Israeli Air Force Veteran of 20 Years:
“An Israeli attack on the nuclear compounds in Iran would be an act of madness”.
* Meir Dagan, former head of the Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency:
“Attacking Iran is the stupidest thing I have ever heard…It will be followed by a war with Iran. It is the kind of thing where we know how it starts, but not how it will end.”
* Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, former Israeli Defense Minister:
“Every citizen in the country has to be worried that these two fools, Netanyahu and Barak are planning an attack on Iran.”
* Ephraim Halevy, former head of the Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency:
“An attack on Iran could affect not only Israel, but the entire region for 100 years.”
* Avigdor Lieberman, Foreign Minister of Israel:
“If, God forbid, a war with Iran breaks out, it will be a nightmare. And we will all be in it, including the Persian Gulf countries and Saudi Arabia. No one will remain unscathed.”
* Dan Meridor, Israeli Deputy Prime Minister:
“I don’t think Israel should use the military option. I don’t agree with some of my colleagues who support a military strike. An attack on Iran wouldn’t add anything to our security.”