In the most delusional and warped minds of hardened Christian Zionist supporters of the ultimate terrorist state,
Israel can do no wrong. How could such an act of undeclared war benefit the American nation? The neocon hijacking of an American
First foreign policy is the demented legacy of the Bush presidencies. The Obama administration is no different. The War Party
mindset remains the dominate force that defends the Zionist rogue regime that is bent upon an apocalyptic holocaust of their
Muriel Mirak-Weissbach in Israel’s Insane War on Iran Must Be Prevented, argues for restraint.
Israel will not make good on its threats without a nod from Washington. And that is not there yet, at least not officially.
After talks with Barak and Israel’s military chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi in Jerusalem, Sen. McCain indicated the time
had not yet come. “I don’t believe we are at the point of making that kind of decision, nor is the Israeli government,”
he said, “given the state that Iran is in now as far as the development of their nuclear weapons is concerned.”
When asked by Fox News whether he had discussed the military option with Obama, Netanyahu danced around the issue, but reiterated
his conviction that Iran must be made to fear such an option. And Obama? He coined a most curious formulation, Israel’s
“unique security requirements,” and pledged “unwavering … commitment to Israel’s security.”
When interviewed July 8 for the first time on Israeli television, Obama indicated the two governments would consult with one
another, not act unilaterally. “I think the relationship between Israel and the U.S.,” he said, “is sufficiently
strong that neither of us try to surprise each other.”
An impending forecast from an unlikely confederation, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), offers up this warning to President Obama.
leaders would calculate that once the battle is joined, it will be politically untenable for you to give anything less than
unstinting support to Israel, no matter how the war started, and that U.S. troops and weaponry would flow freely. Wider war
could eventually result in destruction of the state of Israel.
This can be stopped, but only if you move quickly
to pre-empt an Israeli attack by publicly condemning such a move before it happens.
Netanyahu believes he holds
the high cards, largely because of the strong support he enjoys in our Congress and our strongly pro-Israel media. He reads
your reluctance even to mention in controversial bilateral issues publicly during his recent visit as affirmation that he
is in the catbird seat in the relationship.
During election years in the U.S. (including mid-terms), Israeli leaders
are particularly confident of the power they and the Likud Lobby enjoy on the American political scene."
The likelihood is that a pre-emptive airstrike will be precipitated
by the Israeli demand that the full support and might of the U.S. military be committed to the campaign. VIPS concludes, “Sadly,
our former colleagues tell us that politicization of intelligence analysis did not end with the departure of Bush and Cheney…and
that the problem is acute even at the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research, which in the past has
done some of the best professional, objective, tell-it-like-it-is analysis.” Such counsel goes unheeded within the foreign
policy establishment, which is controlled by “Zealot Zionists”.
Even the notorious Trilateral Commission globalist, Zbigniew Brzezinski acknowledges the destructive influence of the Israeli lobby. In Foreign Affairs, From Hope to Audacity he
states, “Special interest lobbies have become overly influential in US politics. Thanks to their access to Congress,
a variety of lobbies — some financially well endowed, some backed by foreign interests — have been promoting,
to an unprecedented degree, legislative intervention in foreign-policy making.” While his designs on global dominance
invite a world conflagration, his distrust of Zionist pre-eminence is accurate.
So why allow dragging America into another war for a greater Israel? The thoughtful Paul Craig Roberts once again has it correct:
answer is that the Israel Lobby, the US military-security complex, and the “Christian” Zionists have succeeded
in demonizing Iran. Every real expert knows that an Iranian nuclear weapon would have no function other than deterring an
attack on Iran. Ever since the US lost its monopoly on nuclear weapons, after using them offensively and pointlessly against
a defeated Japan, nuclear weapons have served no purpose other than deterrence.
The US has no conflicting economic interests with Iran. Iran is simply a supplier
of oil, an important one. A US attack on Iran, such as the one advocated by Kuperman, would most likely shut down oil flows to the West through the Strait of Hormuz. This might benefit refiners,
who sell gasoline to the West and could charge enormous prices, but no one else would benefit.
Adding to the war cry are congregations of fake Christians. A great number
of them, organized by someone’s money under the banner, “Christian Leaders for a Nuclear-free Iran,” has
written to Congress demanding sanctions against Iran that amount to an act of war.”