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Thursday, March 01, 2012

Purim war fever propaganda barrage on the horizon


Purim, the Talmudic festival of revenge on the gentiles, begins at sundown on Wednesday, March 7th. 

President Barack Obama will host a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, March 5. 

Israeli-First AIPAC's national policy conference featuring a star-studded cast of American politicians including the President, starts March 4 and runs through March 6. 

George W. Bush invaded Iraq on Purim, 2003. 


“Israel’s Last Chance to Strike Iran”

By Amos Yadlin 
“America could carry out an extensive air campaign using stealth technology and huge amounts of ammunition, dropping enormous payloads that are capable of hitting targets and penetrating to depths far beyond what Israel’s arsenal can achieve...On Monday, Mr. Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel are to meet in Washington. Of all their encounters, this could be the most critical...What is needed is an ironclad American assurance that if Israel refrains from acting in its own window of opportunity and all other options have failed to halt Iran’s nuclear quest, Washington will act to prevent a nuclear Iran while it is still in its power to do so.” 

--Amos Yadlin, “Israel’s Last Chance to Strike Iran,” New York Times, p. A31, March 1, 2012 (published six days before Purim; Netanyahu meets Obama two days before Purim). 

Michael Hoffman’s Analysis: Mr. Yadlin is the former Chief of Israeli Military Intelligence and currently serves as the Director of the Israeli Institute for National Security Studies. The headline of Yadlin’s Op-Ed conforms to Orwellian U.S. media practice by substituting the euphemism “strike” for the word bomb in any headline or article. This is a nearly universally enforced editorial practice. One must never write of “Israel’s last chance to bomb Iran.” Evil Arabs, Persians and Muslims bomb. Noble Zionists, Judaics and their American lackeys don’t bomb, they only strike. The media’s nationwide conformity to this weasel-word substitution tells us all we need to know about the sub-rosa control exerted over the American press. 

Yadlin’s article amounts to extortion. If the U.S. doesn’t bomb (“strike”) Iran soon, he argues, then the Israelis will be forced to do so. The immense cost to U.S. taxpayers of any massive American bombing campaign is not an issue. It is not raised at Republican presidential candidate forums organized by Rick Santorum or Newt Gingrich (Romney seldom participates in spontaneous question and answer forums; Ron Paul is for peace). 

Yadlin and his fellow Zionists obviously consider U.S. taxpayers as little more than peasants automatically obligated to fund the wars of their Zionist kings. 

We invaded and fought in Iraq for a Zionist agenda. Iraq was not, as the Left obtusely claimed, a “war for oil.” Iraq today is a basket case that won’t pose a “threat” to the Israeli apartheid state for another ten or fifteen years; that was the whole point of the American invasion of Iraq on Purim, 2003. Now the brazen demands are coming from Jerusalem again, on the eve of Purim, 2012, and America’s army of golem are preparing to march. Nothing changes, does it? 

This recurring nightmare confirms our abject servitude to a racist, colonizing foreign power, a national tragedy this is not even a blip on the radar screen of the Tea Party or the other claimants to the mantles of fiscal conservatism and Constitutional rectitude, most of whom believe that Iran is about to nuke Jerusalem at any moment, even though, according to the front page of the Feb. 25 edition of the New York Times: “American intelligence analysts continue to believe that there is no hard evidence that Iran has decided to build a nuclear bomb.”

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