Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just wasted 30 minutes telling the world what we already knew about Iran’s quest for a nuclear weapon. And that this justifies every action they and the U.S. takes in their quest to stop this from occurring.
The narrative has been spun up today is that time has run out for talking with them. Netanyahu’s presentation is long on history and short on motivations. He even goes on to quote the Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif, “We never wanted to produce a nuclear weapon….”
And that statement can be taken however you want. The reality is likely that Iran did not want to develop a nuclear weapon but felt it needed to do so given that its enemies both had them and were desirous of regime change in Iran.
So, now the world needs to act on Israel’s behalf to rain fire and brimstone down on both Syria and Iran. Not a word of this makes any sense in the context of what has been unleashed in Syria by the United States’ desire for regime change in Syria.
This is the underlying cause of the conflict in Syria. It has the approval of Israel, Saudi Arabia, the U.K. and France but no longer from Turkey and Qatar. Its goals were two-fold: limit Russia’s influence in the Middle East and deny them a port west of the Bosporous/Dardenelles and bring gas pipelines up from Saudi Arabia and Qatar into Europe via Turkey.
Both of those plans are failing with the international intervention in Syria supporting the Assad government.
Israel, the Trump Administration and Saudi Arabia are pushing this narrative to its breaking point, including Netanyahu’s dog and pony show, the biggest takeaway from which is that either Israel just pulled off the biggest intelligence operation in history or the Iranian government has real troubles if there are traitors willing to give up the archives of its most secret project to Iran’s enemies.
That’s, of course, assuming that any of this is even remotely true.
“There is no question whatsoever that Saddam is seeking and is working and is advancing towards the development of nuclear weapons – no question whatsoever,” Netanyahu said on September 12, 2002. https://t.co/ulof3d5Tt2
— Moon of Alabama (@MoonofA) April 30, 2018
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