Sunday, July 22, 2012

Bibi Netanyahu and his radical right-wing politics

Israeli Spy Chief Slams Netanyahu and Barak as "Messianic"  

Yuval Diskin (Hebrew: יובל דיסקין‎) (born 1956) was the 12th Director of Shabak (frequently referred to as Shin Bet) (from 2005 to 2011).

In the Israel Defense Forces, Diskin served as deputy company commander of Sayeret Shaked (the command Sayeret of the Israeli Southern Command). In 1978, he was recruited to the Shabak and served as area coordinator for the Nablus district. During the 1982 Lebanon War, Diskin operated in Beirut and Sidon.

Shin Bet Chief Speaks Against Strike on Iran's Nuclear Facilities: Yuval Diskin Faces Criticism 

This time it was Yuval Diskin who just ended a 6 year stint as the head of Israel's domestic Security Agency, known as the Shin Bet. With the cameras rolling at a political discussion group, Diskin slammed Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak for their leadership on Iran, saying he has no faith in either man to lead Israel in or out of a large-scale conflict. He said he objects to the current operational discussions of an attack and doesn't trust Netanyahu and Barak because their decisions on Iran are based on what he calls quote "messianic" motives.

    Revelation 16:13 
And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet. 14 For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.
Diskin went on to accuse Netanyahu and Barak of misleading the Israeli public that a military strike can prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon. It's much more likely, Diskin argued, that an Israeli strike would galvanize Muslim support for Iran, lend its nuclear weapons program more legitimacy and perhaps even accelerate the program. And many other experts agree, he added.

Click: Israel's Secret Nuclear Weapons



Israeli Spy Chief Slams Netanyahu, Barak as "Messianic"

“I don’t believe in either the prime minister or the defense minister. I don’t believe in a leadership that makes decisions based on messianic feelings, Believe me, I have observed them from up close ... They are not people who I, on a personal level, trust to lead Israel to an event on that scale and carry it off. he added.  

Note: I do not support any political left or right because they are all radical; but it is interesting to see how thousands of israel not support their government elitist:

Yes we 'ken' (ken means yes in Hebrew)

 But not all the Israelis are grudging right wingers and not all the pro-Israeli American lobbies are as blinded and detached from reality like AIPAC. The newly liberal pro-Israel group, j-street has made it clear from the start that they endorsed Obama’s call for establishing a sovereign Palestinian state on the 1967 border lines and so did the liberals and the leftists in Israel.

 Israelis marching on the evening of Naksa Day calling for a sovereign Palestinian state

 This Saturday, a march organized by various peace groups and political parties of Israel including Kadima, Hadash, Labor and Meretz delivered 25,000 people in the streets of Central Tel Aviv in support of the establishment of a Palestinian state based on 1967 borders.

Must to See; 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gets 29 standing ovations from Congress

Anthony Lawson's excellent video "Death of American Democracy"

War Crimes

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