…by Jonas E. Alexis
It’s not every single day that you get to hear an agent of the New World Order criticizing the Israeli gangsters and hoodlums. But we do have an example here. Ban Ki-moon has recently declared that:
“After nearly 50 years of occupation—after decades of waiting for the fulfilment of the Oslo promises—Palestinians are losing hope. Young people especially are losing hope. They are angered by the stifling policies of the occupation.”
Ban Ki-moon moved on to say that it is “human nature to react to occupation.”
“As oppressed peoples have demonstrated throughout the ages, it is human nature to react to occupation, which often serves as a potent incubator of hate and extremism. So-called facts on the ground in the occupied West Bank are steadily chipping away the viability of a Palestinian state and the ability of Palestinian people to live in dignity.”
He also added that he is against terrorism and both sides should refrain from terrorist acts. He continued:
“We issue statements. We express concern. We voice solidarity. But life hasn’t changed. And some Palestinians wonder: Is this all meant to simply run out the clock? They ask: Are we meant to watch as the world endlessly debates how to divide land while it disappears before our very eyes?”
Ban Ki-moon also said that Israel’s manipulation of the real issue is a “settlement enterprise.”
This is a fair assessment. Let us be clear that Ban Ki-moon has been on the Israeli side for years. But how did the mad man in Tel Aviv respond?
“The U.N. Secretary General’s remarks give a tailwind to terrorism. There is no justification for terrorism,” Netanyahu said. “The secretary general encourages terror instead of fighting against terror. The secretary general forgot what the U.N.’s role is. Terror must not be encouraged for any reason whatsoever.”
Preston James was right in referring to people like Netanyahu as Satan worshippers whose diabolical plan is to control much of the West and perhaps the world—if they can. But there is no way that people of reason will allow that to happen. So, they continue to propagate lies and fabrications as gospel truth. Netanyahu again said:
“The Palestinian murderers do not want to build a state. They want to destroy a state, and they say this openly. They want to murder Jews simply because they are Jews, and they say this openly. They do not murder for peace, and they do not murder for human rights.”
Last March, Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan called Netanyahu’s speech before Congress “bullshit.”
When Netanyahu was running around like wild chickens saying crazy things like Iran was in the process of building nuclear bombs within weeks and months, Israel’s military chief and Lieutenant-General Benny Gantz came out and declared that Iran was “rational” and was not in the process of building any nuclear bomb. In fact, the Israeli military made it very clear last year that Iran was not the most dangerous threat.
So, the mad man in Tel Aviv lied again. We can predict with certainty that he will lie again in the next few days or weeks. Good luck in proving me wrong.
Do you see why this man should be in a padded cell? Do you see why he is dangerous to society and even to himself?
 “Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu: Ban Ki-moon comments encourage terror,” CNN, January 27, 2016.
 “Ex-Mossad chief calls Netanyahu’s Iran speech ‘bullshit,’” Times of Israel, March 5, 2015.
 “Israeli general: ‘Rational’ Iranian leaders not pushing nuclear bomb,” CNN, April 26, 2012; Michael Lipin, “Israel’s Military Chief: Iran’s Leaders ‘Rational,’ Sanctions ‘Bearing Fruit,” Voice of America, April 24, 2012; “Israel’s top general says Iran unlikely to make bomb,” Reuters, April 25, 2012.
 See Trita Parsi, Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the United States (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007); A Single Roll of the Dice: Obama’s Diplomacy with Iran (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012).
 See for example Avner Cohen, Israel and the Bomb (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998); The Worst-Kept Secret: Israel’s Bargain with the Bomb (New York: Columbia University Press, 2010).
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