Archive for April 14th, 2010

Anti-American anger grows in Afghanistan

Anti-American anger grows in Afghanistan

US Israel Policy got us into Afghanistan

Obama hints that Two-State Solution may be Impossible

Obama hints that Two-State Solution may be Impossible

US Opposes Palestinian Self-Determination:

And we wonder why we have a terror problem which has only been compounded by the Iraq and Afghan quagmires with Iran on deck:.

What Motivated the 9/11 Hijackers? See testimony most didn’t:

US Israel Policy got us into Afghanistan

MSNBC’s Pat Buchanan mentions AIPAC pressure on Obama

MSNBC’s Pat Buchanan mentions AIPAC pressure on Obama

Buchanan mentioned (in the above segment) Al Qaeda’s desire for a ‘dirty bomb’ or similar and related such back to 9/11 as the primary motivation for the tragic attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11 (and earlier in 1993) was US support for Israel’s brutal oppression of the Palestinians (look up ‘Israel as a terrorist’s motivation’ in the index of James Bamford’s ‘A Pretext for War’ book and take a look at the following URLs as well):

Additional via

US Israel Policy got us into Afghanistan

The Genie is out of the bottle…

The Genie is out of the bottle…
Gulf journalist writes of battle by Israel Lobby in USA
to shut up the Military in their criticism of Israel


Report: Petraeus Warns Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mullen that Israel Is Jeopardizing US Security Interests

“Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Israel is the main threat to the Middle East peace process”

Israel must denuclearize, Erdogan says
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 05:42:32 GMT

The Turkish premier says the international community should take action to disarm Israel as part of the efforts to make the Middle East a nuclear weapons-free zone.

Speaking to reporters on Sunday before leaving for the nuclear security summit in Washington, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the international community has turned a blind eye to Israel’s nuclear program.

Pointing out that Israel is believed to be the sole possessor of nuclear weapons in the Middle East and is not a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Erdogan said, “Until now, we haven’t seen any request or intent from the international community with regards to Israel’s (armament). We are going to ask the international community: why haven’t you addressed this issue?”

The Turkish premier announced that he would raise the issue at the Washington summit and call on all 47 countries attending the forum to pressure Tel Aviv to relinquish its nuclear arsenal.

Erdogan said Iran’s nuclear program has come under scrutiny as a result of its membership in the International Atomic Energy Agency whereas Israel, which has not signed the NPT, is “free to do what it wants.”

Israel reportedly possesses 250 to 300 nuclear warheads.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to cancel plans to attend the Washington summit after learning that Cairo and Ankara would demand that Tel Aviv sign the NPT at the meeting.

Obama dodges question about Israel’s nuclear program

All countries should join the NPT:
Alexander wrote:
Obama is clearly covering for Israel…
this is not a president representing the American people?
what is he afraid of?
Obama took a few seconds to formulate his response, but quickly took the weight off Israel and called on all countries to abide by the NPT.

“Initially we’re talking about US behavior, and then, suddenly we’re talking about Israel,” Obama said.

“Let me talk about the United States. I do think that as part of the NPT, our obligation as the largest nuclear power in the world is to take steps to reducing our nuclear stockpile. And that’s what the START treaty was about, sending a message that we are going to meet our obligations.

“And, as far as Israel goes, I’m not going to comment on their program, but what I’m going to point to is the fact that consistently we have urged all countries to become members of the NPT. So there’s no contradiction there. We think it is important that we have an international approach that is universal and that rests on three pillars, that those of us who have nuclear weapons are making serious efforts to reduce those stockpiles