by Felix Quigley
March 11, 2009
The position which Netanyahu faces is this:
1. He knows that Israel has to fight a war with Iran in order to delay the Iranian Nuclear Bomb threat to the lives of 6 millions of Jews
2. He knows that the US Nazis, under the possible CIA creation Obama, are determined to see Israel destroyed and the Jews massacred in another Holocaust
3. He knows that the decisive factor in all of this is the world economic crisis in capitalism. Netanyahu is no slouch when it comes to things economic since he was the man who modernized the Israeli economy, a modernization that laid the basis for much recent capitalist development. He knows how capitalism works and he also knows that the world system is in a deadly crisis. It will not be a surprize to Netanyahu that the US Nazis are in league with Islam Fascism. He is not stupid. He has seen Holbrook actually in bed with Muslim Brotherhood member Izetbegovic, associate of Hajj Amin el Husseini in the Holocaust, and he knows that Obama is directing affairs on the same plan
4. Thus Netanyahu though he cannot say it publicly has no illusions in the US Government
Hence Netanyahu is right. He knows that in the next 6 months Israel faces ALONE the war of its life, for its very existence.
THIS IS WHY NETANYAHU IS NOT PUTTING HIS OWN PERSONAL CAREER FIRST BUT IS TRYING TO CREATE A GOVERNMENT OF NATIONAL UNITY.
He is right.
Spelling the issues out like this is only tending to expose the corrupt and personal nature of Livni´s political approach to Israel.
His natural ally is Lieberman. But see the note I add below about the moves of the Israeli traitorous Court System to Lieberman.
This report from DEBKAfile confirms much of my analysis above
Having failed to draw Kadima and Labor into a unity government, DEBKAfile‘s political sources report that Israel’s prime minister-designate Binyamin Netanyahu is planning to settle for a provisional administration serving six months before calling another early election.
Loth to rest his government’s stability on right-wing and religious parties (61 out of 120 Knesset members), Netanyahu prefers to take his chances on a new ballot. But he rejected the recommendation from of his close advisers to notify the president next week that he is throwing in the sponge in the belief that he can use the extra six months to good advantage.
His main consideration is that Israel expects to be embroiled in a major military confrontation in the next few months with Iran, Hamas or Hizballah – or all three at once – a compelling scenario for a national emergency government against which Kadima and Labor will find it hard to hold out.
With this eventuality in mind, the Likud leader keeping the senior portfolios of security, treasury and justice open for members of those two parties or deposited with Likud ministers who will step aside and make way for them in an emergency.
A prominent example of this tactic is the new Likud legislator, the former chief of staff Moshe Yaalon. He is penciled in for defense in the interim administration on the understanding that if Labor joins, he will step down and accept the No. 2 position. Uri Yogev, a former treasury official, likewise expects to stand down for a Labor or Kadima candidate in finance.
Netanyahu is not waiting for a war emergency; he is quietly pursuing Labor and Kadima in informal conversations with defense minister Ehud Barak of Labor and Kadima’s Shaul Mofaz and Tzahi Hanegbi.
His offer of the foreign ministry to Israel Beteinu’s controversial leader Avigdor Lieberman is not yet signed and sealed. The prime minister-designate calculates that if the ongoing police probe into his financial affairs culminates in an indictment, Lieberman will have to withdraw, but his party will continue to support the government.
Lieberman’s exit will ease the path of Kadima and Labor to government.
Netanyahu closest circle of advisers, our political sources report, consists of his wife, Sara Netanyahu, the lawyer-politician and former justice minister, Yaacov Neeman and Likud lawmakers Reuven Rivlin, Gideon Saar and Gilead Erdan.
Netanyahu may settle for interim
government until early election
DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis
March 12, 2009
[end of DEBKAfile report here]
AND THE HOUNDING OF LIEBERMAN
Yet there is no way around this central question. There exists in the ranks of the Peace Movement in Israel, and in the ranks of many Jewish organizations in America and Europe, a downright traitorous group of people.
It seems to be to be the ultimate in treason for law officers in Israel AT THIS TIME to be bringing a law case against Lieberman. It is on the most dubious of grounds. It is a matter of hounding this patriotic Jew who hails from Russia. It is a total scandal.
This is in Israel a time of national emergency.
If Netanyahu actually had the balls he would in fact be out there in a major campaign to defend Lieberman.
All of this traitorous carry on is shown in this report from that traitorous newspaper Haaretz which is covered here by an Australian paper. Read it please. It is of great moment.
[Begin report about hounding of Lieberman here]
John Lyons, Middle East correspondent | March 07, 2009
ISRAEL’S prime minister designate Benjamin Netanyahu has been handed a dilemma as he prepares a new government, with the publication yesterday of a major investigation into the financial affairs of his key coalition partner and the man being considered for foreign minister: Avigdor Lieberman.
The influential Israeli newspaper Haaretz yesterday published the first part of an investigation into Mr Lieberman’s financial affairs, in which it said he had allegedly received a large amount of money from a company established by his daughter when he was a member of the Knesset (MK) and a minister.
The paper said Mr Lieberman, leader of the Yisrael Beiteinu party, had allegedly received about $1.1 million from the company since its establishment in 2004. That included a large severance payment after working for the company for two years.
Mr Lieberman told the newspaper: “I never engaged in private work concurrent with serving as an MK.”
He said that after he was elected to the Knesset a retirement agreement was signed between him and the company by which payment was transferred to him, spread over five or six instalments.
While he said all the money he received and the retirement agreement itself was reported under the law to the state comptroller, he was unable to provide those to the newspaper and said he was not in possession of them.
It was already known in Israel that Mr Lieberman was under investigation by the police for possible money-laundering and fraud, but the new investigation puts pressure on Mr Netanyahu as he chooses not just his new government, but his new cabinet.
While Tzipi Livni’s Kadima party received the most votes of any party, the Right bloc, led by Mr Netanyahu’s Likud, received more votes nationally than the Centre-Left bloc, led by Kadima.
After Ms Livni declined Mr Netanyahu’s invitation to be partof a unity government, Mr Netanyahu was left relying on Mr Lieberman and Yisrael Beiteinu to form government.
Yisrael Beiteinu, an ultra-nationalist party, on February 10 became the third-largest party behind Kadima and Likud.
Mr Lieberman and Mr Netanyahu were once colleagues, both originally from the Likud party. When Mr Netanyahu was prime minister in the late 1990s, Mr Lieberman was one of his key advisers and considered his “gatekeeper” – access to Mr Netanyahu was considered almost impossible without approval from Mr Lieberman.
But Mr Lieberman, who migrated to Israel from the former Soviet Union, helped form a new party, which originally relied heavily on the votes of Russian immigrants in Israel.
In recent years, its appeal has gone beyond the Russian community as it has appealed to many Israelis who want to see a separation between Jews and Arabs inside Israel.
Haaretz reported that the company established by Mr Lieberman’s daughter, Michal Lieberman, in 2004, called ML1, had received at least $4.4 million from abroad in the 4 1/2 years since its founding.
The paper said: “A police investigation is trying to find out who gave the money (to Mr Lieberman) and why.”