Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Netanyahu’s Task: How to Convey to the USA Obama is leaving no choice but war?

How will Netanyahu make this clear without sounding like a war monger?

A list of all the chances Israel’s Jews have taken since 1936?

A list of the moments they COULD have gone for Iran’s nuclear program but did not?

A list of the statements by EVERY SINGLE Iranian leader promising the end of Israel and at their hands?

A question as to whether at the end of 10 years, when Iran is FREE to stockpile the nuclear weapons they spent 10 years designing the mullahs’ goals will have changed, when they have NOT changed in the last 36 years?

A get out of jail free card to the USA stating that any attack will be at the SURPRISE impetus of Israel alone and the USA has nothing to do with it?

How will Netanyahu explain that what Obama thinks is best is the path to a certain war because he will NOT BET half the Jews on the planet , and ALL ULTIMATELY that US assurances mean ASSURANCES? After all, just think of what Obama has said and done over JUST SYRIA. Will Netanyahu point this out?

Netanyahu has a very delicate task to perform.

Will he quote Baldwin and Chamberlain?

He must ensure that the Senate understands without threatening.

He must ensure, in fact, if he is serious about his mission that a Constitutional Crisis ensues here, if Obama tries an end run around congress’s responsibility under the law.


Always On Watch said...

What is the exact date of Netanyahu's speech to the U.S. Congress? I need to mark my calendar.

Anonymous said...

Netanyahu will address Congress on Tuesday, March 3 (rescheduled from Feb. 11)via Fox

cjk said...

It's not possible to convey an idea to someone when the idea is already thoroughly understood.
The evil scumbag knows what he's doing.

Epaminondas said...

BTW March 3rd is the beginning of Purim, the holiday which marks the FIRST attempt at genocide of the Jews, in the weeks before Xerxes left for his fate at Thermopylae, and Salamis.

Two thousand, five hundred years ago


Always On Watch said...

I work all day on March 3. But when I get home, I hope to be able to hear the entire speech via video on the web.