Just watch these surreal images:
That Netanyahu would dare to utterly humiliate Obama inside the White House on in front of the world press really proves what which has been clear for many years already:
The USA is not a superpower. The USA is just an Israeli colony.
Call is ZOG. Call it ZPC. Call it the “Israel Lobby”. Call it whatever you want, but the fact is that the USA is run by, and from, Israel.
Denying this sad reality will do little to change that.
The subservient status of the USA will only change if/when a powerful spotlight is turned to this issue, when it is openly and intelligently discussed, and when Americans decide that they want their country back.
I am not holding my breath.
Netanyahu may have overreached himself here. His behaviour is a sign of Zionist arrogance. They believe AIPAC et al means they can dictate to the United States.
One would hope that if Obama is relected and doesn’t have to face another election that he will find the courage to confront Netanyahu. One would hope. It’s clear from the body language that they don’t like each other much.
Robert, It ain’t happening man. The Ziocons will pull a Monica Lewinsky or worse on him…
The only hope is for the American people to wake up and clear all of Congress and the WH of any AIPAC/ZIOCONNISH influence.
Still some people think that us-israel confrontation can be for real.
Sorry for posting link in russian:
The idea of Kurginyan is that states do not need Israel anymore and they are changing their imperial ME policy. This is coherent with sudden changes in regimes and with general US stance there. And the interview took place a few days before Obama’s speech – so Kurginyan can claim that he was seeing a tendency.
Of course time will show what is happening.
“it’s not gonna happen and everybody knows its not gonna happen.”
Well, I admire Bibi’s honesty. It certainly isn’t going to happen (willingly) and everybody with any sense does indeed know it isn’t going to happen. What Bibi seems not to care about is his US patron/golem. The whole purpose of the peace process charade is that it made it easier for the US to keep its Arab ‘moderate’ puppets in place. Without that fiction, it’s a lot harder for them to keep their publics in line. He just added to the cost the US must bear to keep Israel supreme.
Now maybe Bibi figures Mubarak is gone and so it no longer matters. But they still have Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Arabs. They are the lynch pins of US policy and once they are gone, Israel will follow and AIPAC wont be able to save them.
I’m very glad Bibi said it, though. It allows the resistance factions to simply quote it from the horses mouth whenever ‘moderate’ Arabs talk about a peace process.
@Lysander:I’m very glad Bibi said it, though. It allows the resistance factions to simply quote it from the horses mouth whenever ‘moderate’ Arabs talk about a peace process.
Exactly. The entire Arab world and, in particular, the Palestinians have to understand two basic things:
a) There is nothing to negotiate about, and nobody to negotiate that with.
b) The ‘two state’ solution is absolutely and totally dead.
I say that a+b equals a basic strategy: a ‘full-spectrum’ 3rd intifada composed of the BSD movement, breaking of the Gaza blockade, internal opposition to racist Israeli policies based not on international law but on HUMAN RIGHTS principles, a complete de-legitimization of the racist concept of a “Jewish state”, and an armed resistance ready to defend itself against Israeli attacks in every place where such a resistance can be sustained: Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Gaza, possibly the West Bank next, possibly Jordan in the not too distant future.
The last openly racist state on the planet should be *broken* and fully abolished. It’s not only the only morally right solution, its the only doable solution.
So in a way that crackpot Netanyahu is correct – let’s forget about 1967. The only good thing about 1967 were the three “NOs” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khartoum_Resolution). Forget about 1967 borders. Israel needs to be gone. All of it. Down to the last square angstrom.
Agreed through and through…
Yes the two state solution is a dead duck.
The danger is that Fatah will turn its back on Hamas and sign off on the bantustans.