March 5, 2015

TomWoodsTV - The Netanyahu Speech and the Neocons

Meir Dagan, the former head of Israel's intelligence agency, called Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech to Congress this week, "bullshit." This reaction is similar to the CIA's official rebuke of the Bush administration's rhetoric in 2007 that Iran was building a bomb. It came out with an intelligence report that said the opposite.

There are two things that we can take away from Dagan's criticism of Netanyahu, and the wider reaction in Israel to Netanyahu's speech.

1) Despite all the talk about an "apartheid" Israel, it is still a democracy in which competing personalities challenge for power. There is no deified leader whose every word goes unquestioned. Netanyahu can claim all he wants that he speaks for all Jews when he goes in front of Congress, but in reality he doesn't. He speaks for Netanyahu and maybe a third of Israeli society, and even that's pushing it.

2) Prime Minister Netanyahu is not a powerful politician who can get away with hyperbole, not in America nor in Israel. He has faced a lot of criticism in Israeli society for his destructive behaviour in Washington. He is Israel's Ahmadinejad. The quicker he gets out of sight, the better it would be for Israel's image around the world, and for the U.S.-Israel relationship long-term.


Video Title: The Netanyahu Speech and the Neocons. Source: TomWoodsTV. Date Published: March 4, 2015. Description: 
Daniel McAdams and Tom discuss Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before the U.S. Congress.

March 4, 2015

Netanyahu's Speech To Congress Is Full of Fantasies, Shamefully Uses Memory of Holocaust To Prevent Peace Between America and Iran

Netanyahu's problem is the Palestinian question. His solution is to distract the world by drumming up fear about Iran's peaceful nuclear program. 

"But Iran's regime is not merely a Jewish problem, any more than the Nazi regime was merely a Jewish problem. The 6 million Jews murdered by the Nazis were but a fraction of the 60 million people killed in World War II. So, too, Iran's regime poses a grave threat, not only to Israel, but also the peace of the entire world. To understand just how dangerous Iran would be with nuclear weapons, we must fully understand the nature of the regime.
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I'm standing here in Washington, D.C. and the difference is so stark. America's founding document promises life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Iran's founding document pledges death, tyranny, and the pursuit of jihad. And as states are collapsing across the Middle East, Iran is charging into the void to do just that." - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Congress on March 3, 2015. Source: Washington Post.

Title: Netanyahu Warns Against Iran Nuclear Deal in Speech to Congress | The New York Times. Date Published: March 3, 2015.

March 3, 2015

Obama Responds to Netanyahu's Speech to Congress | The New York Times

People thought Netanyahu reached peak stupidity a couple of years ago at the U.N when he showed off his cartoon bomb, but this man tops himself every year. Will he drum up an excuse and attack Iran without America's blessing to ruin a deal? Maybe. 

Title: Obama Responds to Netanyahu's Speech to Congress | The New York Times. Date Published: March 3, 2015. Description:
President Obama said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel “didn’t offer any viable alternatives” on Iran during his address to Congress.

Egyptian TV Host Ahmed Moussa: The U.S., Turkey, and Qatar Constitute the Axis of Evil

Title: Egyptian TV Host Ahmed Moussa: The U.S., Turkey, and Qatar Constitute the Axis of Evil. Source: MEMRI TV. Date Published: March 3, 2015. Description: 
In a February 16, 2015 address on the Egyptian Sada Al-Balad TV channel, TV host Ahmed Moussa said that the U.S., Turkey, and Qatar constituted the axis of evil, because they were countries that supported terrorism.
He left out Saudi Arabia, but 3 of 4 ain't bad.

Obama says Netanyahu's speech on Iran is a mistake

"Most people return small favors, acknowledge medium ones and repay greater ones - with ingratitude." - Benjamin Franklin.

Title: Obama says Netanyahu's speech on Iran is a mistake. Source: Reuters. Date Published: March 2, 2015. Description:
In an exclusive interview with Reuters, U.S. President Obama reaffirms support for Israel while speaking out against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's scheduled Iran speech before Congress. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

March 2, 2015

Big Brother Comes To Pakistan

An excerpt from, "Pakistan Anti-Terror Laws Force 100M Cellphone Users To Be Fingerprinted" NBC News, February 24, 2015:
New anti-terror laws will see 100 million cellphone users in Pakistan forced to submit their fingerprints to a national database or get cut off from the network. 
The measures were imposed in response to the Taliban's recent school massacre in Peshawar and will see every cell user in the country compelled to link their SIM card to their fingerprint by April 12 or face disconnection. 
"The Peshawar attackers were communicating [via cellphone] with their handlers across the border in Afghanistan," a security official told NBC News on Tuesday on condition of anonymity. "We have to take those advantages away from them."
This is a tyrannical, stupid, and wasteful overreaction by the Pakistani government to a problem that it itself created over a period of decades.

On the one side they're backing terrorists, and on the other side they're forcing citizens to give their fingerprints in order to tackle the problem posed by those very same terrorists. It is a great scam. And it looks like the leaders of Pakistan and America are reading from the same manual. They have their chips on the same poker table, going all in.

And it's not just Pakistani and American leaders who are scamming their people in the war on terror. The anti-terror industry is a growth industry across the world. Militaristic governments like those in Pakistan and Egypt know where their bread is buttered. The protection racket is the oldest racket known to man.

The more Peshawar attacks the better for the Pakistani military. The more attacks on Egyptian citizens in Libya the better for the Egyptian military. People have speculated that the Egyptian military could have saved the Egyptian hostages in Libya but let them get killed by ISIS in order to build public support and international opinion for military action in Libya.

The heads of states and the military leaders of both Pakistan and Egypt could come out tomorrow morning on television and tell their people that the war on terror is a giant fraud, that terrorism is generated as much by the covert actions of deep states and secret intelligence agencies as it is by issues like poverty or religion, but they won't.

General Sisi of Egypt has said nothing about 9/11 and other false flags that make groups like ISIS to appear larger than they really are. Instead he has criticized the religion of Islam and says there must be reformation. Calls for reformation are always good, but, at the end of the day, ISIS and other terrorist groups will never be eliminated as long as the false flag specialists commit crimes in their name and expand their fame.

As long as dictators in the Middle East and their friends in America, the West, and Israel profit from the fraudulent global security paradigm that has grown out of events like 9/11 then they'll keep their mouths shut and continue to scam their countries.

Pope denounces "intolerable brutality" in Iraq and Syria + Assyrians in Syria pray for the release of abducted fellow Christians

Christian Zionists in the West, especially in America, support the government of Israel blindly. The government of Israel supports Al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Al-Nusra on multiple battlefronts, in the international media by raising their profile through false flag attacks as well as on the battlefields of Syria. ISIS, Al-Qaeda, and Al-Nusra are massacring, executing, and kidnapping Christians in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and across the Middle East.

So you could make the argument that Christian Zionists and the government of Israel are wiping out the Christians of Syria and Iraq, who have done them no harm. And if they're not wiping them out deliberately, they're at the very least sacrificing them for geopolitical purposes, which amounts to the same thing.

What is Pope Francis saying about this? Nothing. He welcomed Netanyahu to the Vatican.

Title: Pope denounces "intolerable brutality" in Iraq and Syria. Source: Reuters. Date Published: March 1, 2015.

Title: Assyrians in Syria pray for the release of abducted fellow Christians. Source: Reuters. Date Published: March 1, 2015.