On Saturday, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, executive director Simon Wiesenthal Center, put an ad in Jew York Times ridiculing Obama’s senior security advisor and former US ambassador to United Nations, Dr. Susan Rice, a Zionist crusader. The ad calls Rice being blind to (Israeli Jews at the hands of a nuclear Iran) genocide – comparing it with Rwanda “genocide”. See the ad below.
The ad was in response Susan Rice’s criticism of Benjamin Netanyahu for standing in the way of Obama administration’s plan to sign a final deal with Iran by parroting lies about Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
Incidentally, in September 2014, both Elie Wiesel and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach honored Rwanda president Paul Kagame, who was responsible for the Rwanda genocide. Paul Kagame happens to be a close African ally of the Zionist regime.
In June 2009, with the beginning of Obama’s first term, Jewish Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, one of America’s most influential advocacy group, published a strategy study, entitled Which Way to Persia, outlining the ways to bring a pro-Israel regime change in Tehran. One of study’s chapter is entitled, Leave it to (Netanyahu) Bibi: Allowing or Encouraging an Israeli Military Strike.
Netanyahu wants nothing less than a pro-western regime in Tehran. However, his problem is he wants Americans to do his dirty work. America, on the other hand, sees attack on Iran, another proxy war for Israel, a disastrous military adventure after facing humiliation in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Somalia.
The US military and economic experts have come to the conclusion that an attack on Iran would produce a change reaction which would be very bad for both the US and Israel. To minimize the expected damage to the US and Israel, they suggest that it’s very important to destroy military powers of Syrian Army and Hizbullah, Iran’s two top Arab allies, before attacking Iran. To achieve this agenda, the US-Israel created ISIS with the help of Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
In an interview with the ABC program This Week, John Kerry said on Sunday that United States deserves the benefit of the doubt on getting a deal that would prevent any need for military action to curb Tehran’s atomic ambitions. However, he repeated the Zionist mantra: We have said again and again, no deal is better than a bad deal. We’re not going to make a bad deal.
Netanyahu know that 400 nuclear bombs under his belt, a possible nuclear Iran poses no ‘existential’ threat to the Zionist entity. What he really afraid is that any agreement between the US and Iran will open doors to trade and mutual cooperation which ultimately result in Israel’s losing billions of dollars of military and economic USAID – and US veto to shield Israeli war crimes against Palestinians and neighboring Arab nations.