OBAMA GIVES THE IRANIAN FASCISTS 7 CLEAR MONTHS TO DEVELOP THEIR H BOMB

by Felix Quigley

May 19, 2009

The following analysis by DEBKAfile is vital reading and concerns the life or death of every Jew on the planet.

OK if you just see the smiles at the meeting between Obama and Netanyahu you would think things were not so bad.

That would be a big mistake. There is a huge breach between these two people.

Obama has the interests of the US Imperialists at heart. Obama is seeking an alliance with Islam.

This is not just Obama as an individual. Otherwise how explain Bush standing in the ashes of the Twin Towers and talking about Islam being a religion of peace!!!

Why do the Imperialists seek an alliance with Islam? We have on many occasions dealt with this so just now let us say is located in the world capitalist crisis.

In short Obama is out of the Khalidi school of Israel hatred and it is a pivotal position for Obama to support the “Palestinians”

This is a construct and is code word for Jew hatred in our modern epoch. Under cover of this word all the urges of antisemitism make themselves felt and eventually makes their voice heard.

Netanyahu like many Jewish men and women come from patriotic Jewish heritage. OK they find it difficult to know how to fight. Hence cave-ins along the line by the likes of Netanyahu as in the Hebron fiasco some years back.

But the chips are now down with Israel faced with destruction, massively outnumbered, and as we speak betrayed by the US and EU elites.

To fight and possibly prevail or not to fight and to certainly go down. That is the eternal dilemma.

But the Jews have been there before. The Holocaust IS at the centre of so much of what goes on in politics in the world today. NO WONDER AHMADINEJAD WAS A HOLOCAUST DENIER AS A MATTER OF STRATEGIC PRINCIPLE.

[start excellent DEBKAfile analysis of meeting here]

DEBKAfile‘s Washington sources report that the gap between US president Barack Obama and Israel prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Iran was wider even than on the Palestinian issue. Overshadowing their outwardly easy conversation was the US president’s growing inclination to meet Iran halfway on uranium enrichment and call off UN and American sanctions if Tehran allows international monitoring of the process.

Our intelligence sources report that Obama is seriously considering taking up the Anglo-German proposal for an international monitoring mechanism strict enough to preclude Iran’s attainment of weapons-grade enriched uranium.

The president was convinced by American intelligence and nuclear experts that this can be done. He also believes that nothing will persuade Tehran to cede its right to enrichment activity on its soil.

Israeli intelligence and military experts take the opposite view. They believe the Anglo-German plan gives Iran the perfect cover for concealing its race for a nuclear bomb, a misgiving shared by the political and military establishments of the moderate Arab governments in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf.

It is their view that if Obama adopts this plan, Iran can be sure of arriving at a nuclear weapon capability by the end of 2010.

This dispute did not come up in the Obama-Netanyahu conversation. Both skated around the Iranian nuclear threat separately without touching on options outside diplomacy. The US president said he was in the process of “reaching out” to Iran and was confident he could persuade Tehran’s rulers that a nuclear weapon was not in their best interest if they wanted to be fully accepted as part of the international community. He did not mention uranium enrichment or a military option against Iran. Neither would he accept a deadline for negotiations with Tehran, except to say that at the end of the year, “we will see where we stand.”

But asked later to comment, Netanyahu said: “We will defend ourselves.”

Seen from outside Washington, by Iran’s neighbors, Israeli and Arab alike, President Obama has made Iran the gift of seven clear months for developing its nuclear capabilities and enrichment undisturbed.

The only thing left to the Israeli prime minister was to commend “the president’s firm commitment that Iran will not attain a nuclear weapon.”

[end debkafile report here]

http://www.debka.com/headline.php?hid=6082

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