. . . not doing what was required of it . . . (?!) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • michael mazur
    • 14.12.07 | 11:09 (IST)

    What the senior Israeli official barely refrained from really saying, but checked himself in time, was that the jews controlled America - past tense - and now he is helplessly venting his frustration that that control is beginning to slip away. As this can be seen as the high water mark of jewish control, which will never again be attained, i can only hope that Israel notes this well and does not imagine that it can do a false flag and sink a US vessel in the Persian Gulf and have the world think it was the Iranians. Nobody will believe that kind of stunt anymore, so don't do it as this is the Internet era, and anomalies as they surface will be instantly made available, bypassing your controlled media, to anyone paying attention. The alternative is to commence nuking Iran yourselves in the belief that Bush will keep his promise of coming to your aid as you are being retaliated against. If you want to see real jew and Israel hating in America, go ahead, do it.

    from the article: Israeli official: U.S. is not doing enough on Iran nukes
    First published 00:00 12.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.12.07
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