|Netanyahu at AIPAC in 2018|
There are still some reasonable people in the US security establishment who have the guts to speak the truth about the real intentions of the Zionist regime. Perhaps President Obama's most significant achievements were not to be dragged into a war with Iran by Netanyahu and his then time Defense Minister Ehud Barak. Probably under the enormous influence of the Zionist lobby, President Trump will also reverse this merit of his predecessor. So far, Trump's "achievements" are the reversals of Obama's policies.
Netanyahu and Liberman are both warmongers. In April, Liberman will talk in New York City at the annual conference of the right-wing Israeli Newspaper "The Jerusalem Post" on the following subject: "The New War with Iran." How bold or self-confident must one be to speak on such a subject openly?
Netanyahu is not one iota better than his fascist Defense Minister Liberman when he declared the following in January at the Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem: " The greatest danger that we face, of hatred for the Jewish people and the Jewish state … comes from Iran. It comes from the ayatollah regime that is fanning [the] flames [of anti-Semitism].” Netanyahu knows that his rhetoric is baloney because over 30000 Jewish Iranians are living free and unmolested in the Islamic Republic of Iran. At the same time, the Zionist regime is deporting asylum-seekers from Africa.
AIPAC just wrapped up its annual conference. For the first time, liberal Jews were allowed to speak at this event. Even AIPAC's president called for a two-state solution. Perhaps even this lobby has understood the writing on the wall that Netanyahu's career is coming to an end. He and his wife facing corruption charges. Perhaps Netanyahu aggressive rant against Iran at the AIPAC conference in Washington was his last one.
Not even President Trump should be so stupid to do the fighting for the Zionist regime. So far, the US Empire has failed across the Middle East. To listen to people such as Netanyahu, Liberman, Mohammed bin-Salman from Saudi Arabia, or military strongman Abd al Fattah as-Sisi from Egypt, the US can only lose. Instead of talking to rational actors such as Vladimir Putin, Bashar al-Assad, or the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hassan Rohani, Trump associates with political hotheads such as Netanyahu and his ilk.
The following speech gives some hope that even in Washington reason will prevail.
The following discussion is also revealing: