Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Upcoming War On Iran: Israeli Army Chief Admits Iran Is NOT Building A Nuclear Bomb!

Many people are under the false pretence that the push for war on Iran has been halted due to ongoing talks with Iranian officials to bring a peaceful "resolution" to the situation, especially concerning Iran's peaceful nuclear power program.  However, even while these talks are going on, the criminal state of Israel and its useful idiots and puppets in the United States are still building up their forces and may launch an attack on Iran regardless of the outcome of these "talks"...

The focal point of the entire push for war on Iran by the criminals in Israel has always been to halt its non-existent nuclear weapons program, so as to prevent another "holocaust" against the Jewish people themselves living in Israel.   But it seems that even that point is now being found to be totally false, because according to this article, from the Telegraph online news service out of the UK, at, the Israeli Army Chief himself is now saying that Iran is absolutely NOT building any nuclear bombs!    First, I have that Telegraph article right here for everyone to see for themselves, and I do have some of my own comments to follow:

Israel army chief says Iran not building nuclear bomb

Israel's military chief said he does not believe Iran will decide to produce an atom bomb, describing its leadership as "very rational" in an interview published on Wednesday.

Israel's military chief said he does not believe Iran will decide to produce an atom bomb, describing its leadership as
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Photo: AFP/GETTY

Lieutenant-General Benny Gantz's characterisation of Iran's rulers appeared to be at odds with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's oft-stated warnings that Islamic leaders could opt to use nuclear weapons even at the risk of devastating retaliation.

"Iran is moving step-by-step towards a point where it will be able to decide if it wants to make a nuclear bomb. It has not decided yet whether to go the extra mile," Gantz told the Haaretz daily.

"In my opinion, (Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei) will be making a huge mistake if he does that and I don't think he will want to go the extra mile," Gantz said.
Israel, believed to have the Middle East's only nuclear arsenal, sees a nuclear armed Iran as an existential threat. Tehran denies seeking the bomb and says it is enriching uranium for peaceful purposes.
Both Israel and the United States have declined to rule out military action against Iran should economic sanctions fail to curb its nuclear programme, saying all options were on the table.

"I think the Iranian leadership is comprised of very rational people," Gantz said. "But I agree that such a capability in the hands of Islamic fundamentalists, who at some moments may make different calculations, is a dangerous thing."
In an interview with CNN on Tuesday, Netanyahu said he wouldn't want to bet "the security of the world on Iran's rational behaviour". A "militant Islamic regime", he said, "can put their ideology before their survival".
Iran this month began negotiations over its nuclear programme with six world powers for the first time in more than a year.
"Either Iran takes its nuclear program to a civilian footing only, or the world, perhaps us too, will have to do something. We're closer to the end of the discussions than the middle," Gantz said.
Western diplomats greeted Iran's first meeting with the United States, Russia, China, Germany, France and Britain with cautious optimism, and the two sides agreed to meet again in Baghdad on May 23.
But Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak last week voiced scepticism that negotiations will curb Tehran's nuclear ambitions. Netanyahu said the hiatus in talks awarded the Iranians a "freebie" – more time to enrich uranium.
Gantz said international pressure on Iran "is beginning to bear fruit, both on the diplomatic level and on the economic sanctions level".
Netanyahu said on CNN the sanctions were "certainly taking a bite out of the Iranian economy but so far they haven't rolled back the Iranian programme or even stopped it by one iota".
In an interview that appeared on Wednesday in Israel's Maariv newspaper, President Shimon Peres echoed doubts voiced by some former top Israeli security officials over whether a military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities would be effective.
"You could also ask whether military sanctions would work. Nothing is clear. Therefore it makes more sense to start with economic, political and moral sanctions, without taking military sanctions off the table," Peres said.
Source: Reuters

NTS Notes:  OK, if the Iranian nation is absolutely not building any nuclear weapons, then why the hell are we building up a massive array of forces around Iran to attack it for exactly that reason?

The fact is that the criminal state of Israel has long desired to have Iran destroyed, primarily to remove the last major threat to its want for total hegemony over the Middle East, which is of course, Iran itself!   These criminals also care not that the war will have their faithful minions and slaves in the United States doing the majority of the fighting and dying for their twisted dream of dominance in the region... and in fact it seems that they also care not that the war could quickly spread and possibly become World War III where BILLIONS of people may die!

This is a very important article that everyone should see for themselves, and to show that the media and governments are again lying about a non-existent Iranian nuclear bomb programme just to have the public support a war of aggression against another innocent nation.  Lets put an end to this madness once and for all!

More to come


1 comment:

mary sullivan said...