The Tribulations of Benjamin Netanyahu, or is that Yahoo!
More puzzling politics – please read the following two news articles posted in Haaretz:
White House declines Netanyahu request to meet with Obama
By Barak Ravid and Natasha Mozgovaya| 20:10 11.09.12
The White House's response marks a new low in relations between Netanyahu and Obama, underscored by the fact that this is the first time Netanyahu will visit the U.S. as prime minister without meeting Obama; PM to meet with Clinton. The White House declined Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's request on Tuesday to meet U.S. President Barack Obama during a UN conference in New York at the end of the month.
A Special Place in Hell
By Bradley Burston| 09:19 13.08.12
Mr. Netanyahu, before you bomb Iran, say goodbye to everyone you know.
When the war is under way, it won't matter why you insisted on pursuing this; whether it was a bluff that went ballistic, or a tragic thirst for a place in history. At the local shopping mall, as I took a number to receive shoebox-size personal protection kits against weapons of mass destruction, I found myself thinking about farewells.
This kind of news would suggest that an attack on Iran is not imminent. It appears that the people of Israel do not want war, just as much as its Arab neighbors.
Has Obama’s biggest hope of winning the U.S. Presidential election been put on ice? The people in power appear to be second guessing themselves. Those who control Obama may have thrown in the towel. Is there a rift between the U.S. political hierarchy and the U.S. Military? More importantly, is there a tear in the Globalist fabric? The people of Israel may be impacting their military decision-makers as well.
It does not matter which country has thermo-nuclear weapons or who starts a thermo-nuclear war. In the end “we” all lose. Five minutes after a nuclear detonation, all nations will perish. Perhaps God has made His presence known to these perverted relics we call leaders. Mankind can live in peace if our political leaders do not seek war as pretext to maintain peace. Historically, the motives for war have been the insatiable greed and power of a select few. Our mistake is that we keep placing trust in political rhetoric without knowing the facts.