Tuesday, 31 August 2010

The Issue Is Always israel

Among the slogans of the Bush administration was that of ‘regime change’. Specifically, the term was intended for Iran and Syria, although the extremist neo-conservatives also wrote about regime change in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt, and every other Arab country that opposes Israel’s hegemony.

Then came the terrorists along with the legitimate resistance, and broke the U.S occupation’s back in Iraq, with the result being that America lost the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, and became like the losing gambler who says “I’ll win back my money then stop”.

And yet, the famous lie about the Iranian regime in 2006 is still being reiterated by the Israeli fascists and their supports in the United States.

The MEMRI translation group, which was started by Benjamin Netanyahu and run by former intelligence officers and Likudniks, had quoted Mahmoud Ahmadinejad allegedly saying that Israel must be “wiped off the map”. Today, I owe the Online Journal website and Wayne Madsen for reminding us all that what the Iranian President had actually said in Persian (quoting Ayatollah Khomeini) was: “the regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time”. In other words, Ahmadinejad was speaking about changing the Israeli regime, and not ethnically cleaning Israelis. This is not to mention that the term [regime change] had become popular after George W. Bush made it an integral part of his policy in the Greater Middle East.

If Barack Obama had put the senior criminals on trial before looking forward and letting them destroy his work, we would not have gotten to where we are now. More

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