Israel threatening Iran

Fred
by Fred
16-Aug-2010
 

It was bound to come out and it has. Wikileaks has just released the minutes of a crucial Israeli cabinet meeting.

The explosive document quotes the participants referring to Iran as “one-bomb country” and call for it to be wiped off the map. And it does not end there; many of the participants compare Iranians to pigs and monkeys.

There are also references to their heretical belief and the need to rid the world of the blight.

Should Iran take this clear existential threat on the chin?

Sice the Wikileaks' expose is the figment of my imagination and the actual threats were made by nuke acquiring IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic:

should Israel take the existential threat in stride?

Should the so lovely “peace activists” apply any pressure on IRR or continue with their 24/7 blaming of Israel and U.S.?

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thexmaster

A world without crap

by thexmaster on

No massacare, no ethnic cleansy, no fraud no croocks, no deciet, .........NO ISRAEL, NO IRI

Just needed to add that extra relevent info.  By the way, are you typing with your toes?  I know there is no spellcheck here, but comeon.


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A world without crap

by I Voted Ahmadinejad on

No massacare, no ethnic cleansy, no fraud no croocks, no deciet, .........NO ISRAEL

ram jams


yousef

Fred, you are doing a great job....

by yousef on

pissing off the islamist rodents. Thank you and keep up the good work.

BTW the above comment is the "moderate" version of the previous comment deleted because one of islamist user ID's got upset  and complained to JJ Joon:) 


Parsagarda

Where you called programmer Craig before?

by Parsagarda on

Come clean Fred. Are you programer Craig a.k.a. a card carrying memeber of AIPAC?


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

existential threat myth. they all know Iran is not suicidal.

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

Former AIPAC member and editor MJ Rosenberg refutes your claims Fred... here is the gold:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mj-rosenberg/why-do-...

So long as Israel is the only nuclear armed power in the Middle East, it can do whatever it likes whenever it likes. When it decides to attack Lebanon or Syria, no other power is in any serious position to object. When it blockades Gaza, year after year, no one can tell Israel to stop. When it attacks a relief ship in international waters, no one can do anything to make it cease and desist. Should it up and annex the West Bank without providing its people any democratic rights, the world would stand helpless knowing that the United States Congress, in hock to the lobby, would back Israel 100%.

A nuclear Iran changes the equation, not because Iran would use its bomb but because Israel suddenly will have to take into account that the Arabs have a powerful ally, a very powerful ally. An ally that could not simply be ignored.

That is the reason Israel is so vehement about an Iranian bomb, not because Iran would use it but because, just like Israel, it would have the ultimate "don't f--k with us" tool.

The whole Iran nuclear issue is about Israel retaining exclusive control of that tool. Regional hegemony. Nothing more. Nothing less.

And here is more, from the horses mouth:

http://www.economist.com/blogs/democracyinamerica/...

But most of the Israeli officials he cites don't seem to believe that Iran would use, or deliver to proxies, nuclear weapons to attack Israel. Binyamin Netanyahu tells Mr Goldberg that the threat is not so much a direct attack as a shift in the balance of power in the Middle East, the prospect that Iran's proxies will enjoy a "nuclear umbrella" and other Islamic militants will be "emboldened". (It's not quite clear what a "nuclear umbrella" might mean. Does Mr Netanyahu think Iran would threaten to use nuclear weapons if Israel attacks Hizbollah or Hamas?) Ehud Barak is concerned that the anxiety of a nuclear-armed Iran will drive Israel's youth to gradually emigrate. Do these represent existential worries? Moreover, do they justify the bombing of Iran, with all the catastrophic political and economic consequences that Mr Goldberg lays out in his piece?


Sargord Pirouz

Everytime Fred exclaims Mein

by Sargord Pirouz on

Everytime Fred exclaims Mein Fuhrer, I think of that screwball scientist in the movie Dr. Strangelove, and bust out laughing.

So Fred, when you exclaim Mein Fuhrer to yourself, do you bite your gloved hand, while seated in a wheelchair? Do you scream "I can walk!!!"

LOL 


Q

How about this one, Fred?

by Q on

Would this due?


Fred

Mien Führer 5

by Fred on

Once again mien Führer, you are being illogical.  

Either take your charge back which is I work for masters who I do not follow their orders that you want me to. Or keep reposting the same thing other Islamist Rapist supporters including Haji nuke are doing.  


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

even former AIPAC members dont support your claims Fred

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

Former AIPAC member and editor MJ Rosenberg refutes your claims Fred... here is the gold:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mj-rosenberg/why-do-...

So long as Israel is the only nuclear armed power in the Middle East, it can do whatever it likes whenever it likes. When it decides to attack Lebanon or Syria, no other power is in any serious position to object. When it blockades Gaza, year after year, no one can tell Israel to stop. When it attacks a relief ship in international waters, no one can do anything to make it cease and desist. Should it up and annex the West Bank without providing its people any democratic rights, the world would stand helpless knowing that the United States Congress, in hock to the lobby, would back Israel 100%.

A nuclear Iran changes the equation, not because Iran would use its bomb but because Israel suddenly will have to take into account that the Arabs have a powerful ally, a very powerful ally. An ally that could not simply be ignored.

That is the reason Israel is so vehement about an Iranian bomb, not because Iran would use it but because, just like Israel, it would have the ultimate "don't f--k with us" tool.

The whole Iran nuclear issue is about Israel retaining exclusive control of that tool. Regional hegemony. Nothing more. Nothing less.


Fred

Mien Führer 4

by Fred on

Again Mien Führer I did not change anything you said:

“Dont take my word for it. Take your masters words for it”

 

And I responded:

On the one hand according to you I have masters whose orders I carry out, and on the other hand I do not listen to them and need you to tell me to do so.  

 You Islamists are funny bunch, not that logical but hilariously funny.

-------------------------------------------------------------  

In other words you are saying you know what “my masters” want me to do. That leads me to believe you know “my masters” who I apparently do not follow far better than me.

Mien Führer have you been hitting the bottle again?

-------------------------------------------------------------

Now if you were me would you get into any kind of serious discussion with someone with your type of logic?

 

You are too green, do not skip class


Q

Moosir,

by Q on

You're absolutely right. Rosenberg is right on. Despite all the loudmouthing from Israel and it's representative Fred, it's all about letting one country get away with murder over and over again.


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

conviniently changing subject again

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

dont get cute and literal Fred. When you lose an argument, you always get cute and play games with words.

Back to refuting your nonsense about the regime being suicidal:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mj-rosenberg/why-do-...

So long as Israel is the only nuclear armed power in the Middle East, it can do whatever it likes whenever it likes. When it decides to attack Lebanon or Syria, no other power is in any serious position to object. When it blockades Gaza, year after year, no one can tell Israel to stop. When it attacks a relief ship in international waters, no one can do anything to make it cease and desist. Should it up and annex the West Bank without providing its people any democratic rights, the world would stand helpless knowing that the United States Congress, in hock to the lobby, would back Israel 100%.

A nuclear Iran changes the equation, not because Iran would use its bomb but because Israel suddenly will have to take into account that the Arabs have a powerful ally, a very powerful ally. An ally that could not simply be ignored.

That is the reason Israel is so vehement about an Iranian bomb, not because Iran would use it but because, just like Israel, it would have the ultimate "don't f--k with us" tool.

The whole Iran nuclear issue is about Israel retaining exclusive control of that tool. Regional hegemony. Nothing more. Nothing less.


Fred

Mien Führer 3

by Fred on

Mien Führer I did not change anything you said:

Dont take my word for it. Take your masters words for it”

 

And I responded:

On the one hand according to you I have masters whose orders I carry out, and on the other hand I do not listen to them and need you to tell me to do so.   

You Islamists are funny bunch, not that logical but hilariously funny. 

---------------------------------------------------------

In other words you are saying you know what “my masters” want me to do.

That leads me to believe you know “my masters” who I apparently do not follow far better than me.

Mien Führer have you been hitting the bottle again?


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

lets not change the subject fred

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

Former AIPAC member and editor MJ Rosenberg refutes your masters claims Fred... here is the gold:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mj-rosenberg/why-do-...

So long as Israel is the only nuclear armed power in the Middle East, it can do whatever it likes whenever it likes. When it decides to attack Lebanon or Syria, no other power is in any serious position to object. When it blockades Gaza, year after year, no one can tell Israel to stop. When it attacks a relief ship in international waters, no one can do anything to make it cease and desist. Should it up and annex the West Bank without providing its people any democratic rights, the world would stand helpless knowing that the United States Congress, in hock to the lobby, would back Israel 100%.

A nuclear Iran changes the equation, not because Iran would use its bomb but because Israel suddenly will have to take into account that the Arabs have a powerful ally, a very powerful ally. An ally that could not simply be ignored.

That is the reason Israel is so vehement about an Iranian bomb, not because Iran would use it but because, just like Israel, it would have the ultimate "don't f--k with us" tool.

The whole Iran nuclear issue is about Israel retaining exclusive control of that tool. Regional hegemony. Nothing more. Nothing less.


Fred

Mien Führer 2

by Fred on

Mien Führer of course you realize what you are saying does not make sense, don’t you?

On the one hand according to you I have masters whose orders I carry out, and on the other hand I do not listen to them and need you to tell me to do so.

 

You Islamists are funny bunch, not that logical but hilariously funny.

 

You are too green, do not skip class.


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Take Israeli strategists word for it

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

Dont take my word for it. Take your masters words for it. They all know very well that the regime is not suicidal. Only their useful idiots would claim as such.

Unlike you, whose masters are begging for United states to go to war with Iran, I do not want war, nor do I want the regime to remain longer for iranian people to suffer.

Keep trying to tarnish anti-war activists name and reputation Fred. It's never gonna work.


Fred

Mien Führer

by Fred on

Mien Führer you Islamist Rapist supporters residing in the free world must be getting your talking point from the same source.

Haji nuke posted a comment very much like yours with the added advertisement for an old article written by a serial nonsense writer.

Am I to take your word that your Islamist Rapist brethrens are” not suicidal enough” to agitate and cause an attack on Iran?

Sorry can’t do, you IRR guys are pathological liars.

 

You are too green, do not skip class.

 


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

"Operation Never Again"

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

Former AIPAC member and editor MJ Rosenberg refutes your masters claims Fred... here is the gold:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mj-rosenberg/why-do-...

So long as Israel is the only nuclear armed power in the Middle East, it can do whatever it likes whenever it likes. When it decides to attack Lebanon or Syria, no other power is in any serious position to object. When it blockades Gaza, year after year, no one can tell Israel to stop. When it attacks a relief ship in international waters, no one can do anything to make it cease and desist. Should it up and annex the West Bank without providing its people any democratic rights, the world would stand helpless knowing that the United States Congress, in hock to the lobby, would back Israel 100%.

A nuclear Iran changes the equation, not because Iran would use its bomb but because Israel suddenly will have to take into account that the Arabs have a powerful ally, a very powerful ally. An ally that could not simply be ignored.

That is the reason Israel is so vehement about an Iranian bomb, not because Iran would use it but because, just like Israel, it would have the ultimate "don't f--k with us" tool.

The whole Iran nuclear issue is about Israel retaining exclusive control of that tool. Regional hegemony. Nothing more. Nothing less.

So Fred, your masters know very well that the regime is not suicidal enough to bomb Israel. Defending Israel's right to bomb Iran anytime it wishes must be a good business Fred. Keep on tucking.