Benjamin Netanyahu Has A Hammer - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lord Howard Hurts
    • 06.09.11 | 14:03 (IDT)

    When the long form birth certificate, posted by Obama partisans, on April 27, 2011, was released, the media took it at full "face value". The controversy was over as far as the lap-dog media was concerned. It was time for the President to continue the job he was elected to administer rather than have to deal with this false "Birther" issue. But have you noticed that Obama has never sworn that the document he had presented was in fact his True Long Form Birth Certificate? He has not only avoided this confirmation, but he has also stopped anyone from comparing this certificate with the Original one, on record, in Hawaii? Since he has posted his birth certificate on the net, for hundreds of millions to view, why would he stop anyone from gaining access to his Original certificate in Hawaii? He has done this for several reasons, and one being that this posted certificate is a FAKE. He needs the lap-dog media to continue "sleeping", and giving "bad" press to the "Birthers". My information says that Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, of Israel, through information provided by the Mossad, has the information on this birth certificate controversy that will "drop the hammer" on Obama, and his administration, with the likely hood of sending the U.S. into civil war anytime he see "fit". That said, Netanyahu is attempting to negotiate with Obama rather than risk the uncertainty of the events; the unintended consequences that could come from his exposing Obama as a Fraud; the facts "driving themselves", with no real control over the outcome. To help ascertain the validity of this information, one only has to review the statements issued by Obama in his Middle East policy's, and then compare these with his confirmed actions. In other words, compare his rhetoric with his actions, and you will find that Obama is "back peddling", and doing so for a reason. His personal survival as President. Netanyahu, has the "hammer", but he just isn't sure how or when to use it. The removal of Obama as President makes it a near, sure, bet that his replacement would be Hillary Clinton, and she is no more respected by Netanyahu than Obama. The lack of a Strong Republican candidate on the horizon is the confusing issue. A Republican candidate such as Paul E. Vallely, would probably make it possible for Netanyahu to formulate the correct time to drop the "hammer" on Obama, but this is a most unlikely scenario given the current unknown, or next to unknown, status of Vallely. With the unrest in the countries surrounding Israel, the time factor is making for a definite decision to be made in the next month or so. Israel is being "pushed to the wall", and it matters little in the "big picture" if there is a Republican President and Congress to help bring stability, and avoid the total destruction of that nation. Netanyahu is smart, and he has the nerve of a world class poker player. I have confidence Israel will survive. Lord Howard Hurts

    from the article: Likud defends Netanyahu after report Gates called him 'ungrateful'
    First published 13:18 06.09.11 | Last updated 13:18 06.09.11
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