Obama and Netanyahu Use Propaganda to Cover Their Plan to Attack Iran
Susanne Posel, Contributor
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu continues to decry that Iran is endeavoring to build a nuclear weapon and admonishes Obama’s slow move toward military strike.
A “clear red line” must be set forth for Iran not to cross, suggests Netanyahu. “This is a brutal regime that is racing ahead with its nuclear program, because it doesn’t see a clear red line from the international community. The greater the resolve and the clearer the red line, the less likely we’ll have conflict.”
Netanyahu claims that anti-Semitic remarks were made by Iran at a recent UN meeting. Allegedly, Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Israel is “an insult to humankind”.
Last month, more verbal bashing resulted from General Amir Ali Hajizadeh of the Revolutionary Guards supposedly saying that if Israel strikes Iran, they will be blown “into the dustbin of history.” Hajizadeh continued:
Iran’s response to any practical threat to or aggression against the Islamic Republic will be very fast, categorical, destructive, and overarching.