Israel and its comical “Red Line” propaganda ploy

“If having the atomic bomb is passing the red line, the Zionist regime, that possesses dozens of nuclear warheads and weapons of mass destruction, has passed the red line years ago, and it has to be stopped” – Iranian Defence Minister Ahmad Vahidi.

How true, but don’t expect statements like this to be echoed by the largely Jewish-owned or Jewish-influenced Western media. 

If Iran is indeed trying to obtain a nuclear weapons capability, it is at least forty years behind Israel, which currently has a nuclear arsenal estimated by Jane’s Intelligence to exceed that of Britain, which has around ten times the population of the “Zionist Entity”.

Israel will not accept any challenge to its nuclear monopoly in the Middle East, and that is what this is all about.

Any nukes in the area that they don’t own could seriously limit Israel’s ability to rampage across the landscape, continually expanding its borders and brutally suppressing anyone unfortunate enough to find themselves under Israeli control.

Are you aware that Israel is the only country in the world which refuses to define its borders?  And if so, did you ever wonder why? 

Israel is by far the worst threat to peace that the world faces today, and the sooner its control of the U.S. media, politicians, economy and military is destroyed, the safer we all will be.

Jeff Goodall.

Israel already passed own nuclear red line: Iran

The Daily Star
(Lebanon)
Sept. 29th, 2012

TEHRAN: Israel has already breached its own red line set by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by acquiring “dozens of nuclear warheads,” Iranian Defence Minister Ahmad Vahidi said on Saturday.

“If having the atomic bomb is passing the red line, the Zionist regime, that possesses dozens of nuclear warheads and weapons of mass destruction, has passed the red line years ago, and it has to be stopped,” he said, according to the ISNA news agency.

Vahidi was responding to a speech by Netanyahu to the UN General Assembly this week in which — using a cartoon bomb diagramme — the Israeli leader called for a “clear red line” to be applied to Iran’s nuclear activities, which he charged are aimed at developing atomic weapons.

“Is the occupying and aggressor Zionist regime that possesses nuclear weapons more dangerous? Or an Iran that doesn’t have nuclear weapons and which insists more than anybody on nuclear disarmament, and seeks only to have peaceful nuclear energy abiding by international rules,” Vahidi asked.

Israel is the Middle East’s sole, though undeclared, nuclear weapons state. Analysts estimate it has more than 200 nuclear warheads.

It is a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency but has never signed the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Iran insists its nuclear programme is entirely peaceful and rejects Israel’s accusations of military intent.

Israel has had serious differences with Washington over how to respond to what it regards an “existential” threat from Tehran.

US intelligence agencies estimate that Iran has taken no decision to acquire a nuclear weapon but is merely seeking a so-called breakout capability to develop one in the future if it so decides.

It says there is more time for diplomacy and sanctions to work out.

See original here.

See also “Washington Post runs op-ed pushing Iran attack without saying authors work for Israel’s registered foreign agent” (Sept. 29th, 2012) here.

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