Netanyahu, ruler of beggar nation, insults benefactor

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Crescent International

Jumada' al-Ula' 12, 1436 2015-03-03

Daily News Analysis

by Crescent International

Benjamin Netanyahu is supremely arrogant. He displayed his arrogance--and hypocrisy--once again when he came to address the US Congress without even consulting the White House. Barack Obama was visibly upset at such an insult. Netanyahu thinks he can insult the American president and get away with it. He came to rant about Iran's non-existent nuclear bomb program. What hypocrisy when the Zionist regime has 400 nuclear bombs!

Washington DC, Crescent-online
Tuesday March 03, 2015, 18:57 EST

Even while claiming he was not interfering in US internal affairs, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the US Congress today (March 3) without even bothering to consult the White House.

Netanyahu’s invitation had come from Speaker of the House John Boehner and he talked primarily about not making a deal with Iran over its peaceful nuclear program.

Zionist rulers have been crying hoarse about Iran making a nuclear bomb in “one year” since 1996. In the year 2015, they are still talking about Iran wanting to get a bomb when its leaders, far more honourable than the Zionist liars and blackmailers will ever be, have repeatedly said publicly they have no intentions of making a bomb.

While Republican members of Congress applauded Netanyahu’s insulting rants, many Democrats were appalled. Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi did not applaud the Zionist’s insulting and condescending remarks. She said she was close to tears during the speech because “it was condescending and insulted the intelligence of Americans.”

The White House was opposed to Netanyahu speaking only a few weeks before the deadline for a final deal with Iran. It had criticised his plan to address Congress without consulting the White House.

Democrats made their displeasure known in different ways. Vice President Joe Biden, known to be the most-pro-Zionist member of the Obama regime, was not there, nor was US Secretary of State of John Kerry.

After Netanyahu’s speech, US President Barack Obama told reporters he had seen “nothing new” in the speech transcript.

“On the core issue, which is how to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon which would make it far more dangerous, the prime minister did not offer any viable alternatives,” he said.

Netanyahu is facing an election in the illegitimate Zionist state in two weeks’ time. Polls show his chances of success are dwindling. He wants to present himself as the “warrior king” that wants to save Israel.

And he wants to do it from the platform of the US Congress that has been dubbed Zionist occupied territory by Pat Buchanan, a former speech writer for President Ronald Reagan and a one-time US presidential contender from the Republican Party.

Many Americans are beginning to tire of Netanyahu’s constant whining. The Zionist regime officially gets $3 - $4 billion each year from the US while unofficially the amount of money sucked out of the US is close to $15 billion annually.

Many observers see Netanyahu as nothing more than a street thug whose hands are drenched in the blood of innocent Palestinians.

Netanyahu’s chutzpah can be gleaned from the fact that Zionist Israel is the only state in the Middle East that has between 200 – 400 nuclear bombs. And it has consistently blocked any efforts to make the Middle East a nuclear-free zone.

In October 2012, a UN conference was scheduled to discuss just such a proposal but it was scuttled under US-Israeli pressure.

Netanyahu came to display his hypocrisy at the US Congress that the whole world witnessed.


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