IDF Chief To Haaretz: I Do Not Believe Iran Will Decide To Develop Nuclear Weapons!
- Perhaps some form of sanity has returned to these Zionists. Is this just another political theatre to cool the drums of war because they are not ready? Is this just another game, performed for the easily deceived sheeple? Who knows? Attacking Iran is the dumbest idea of all the dumb ideas by the Zionists. Millions of Israelis will die!
- All the talk about Iran being a nuclear existential threat to Zionist Israel are lies and BS! It is Zionist ’666′ Israel that threatens its neighbours and has consistently waged wars of aggression. The reality is: the Illuminists want to use Zionist ’666′ Israel as the deceived useful idiots to destroy the Middle East Muslim World and in the process destroys Zionist ’666′ Israel. Be careful of all these Zionist-Illuminists painting Iran as a nuclear threat to the world. It is nonsensical. Iran does not have a nuclear bomb nor a nuclear weapons program! (emphasis & remarks mine)
IDF chief to Haaretz: I do not believe Iran will decide to develop nuclear weapons!
By Amos Harel, http://www.haaretz.com/
Gantz says the international pressure on Iran, in the form of diplomatic and economic sanctions, is beginning to bear fruit.
”If Iran goes nuclear it will have negative dimensions for the world, for the region, for the freedom of action Iran will permit itself,” Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz told Haaretz in an Independence Day interview.
That freedom of action might be expressed “against us, via the force Iran will project toward its clients: Hezbollah in Lebanon, Islamic Jihad in Gaza. And there’s also the potential for an existential threat. (This is BS) If they have a bomb, we are the only country in the world that someone calls for its destruction and also builds devices with which to bomb us. (Outright propaganda & war mongering!) But despair not. We are a temperate state. (BS) The State of Israel is the strongest in the region and will remain so. Decisions can and must be made carefully, out of historic responsibility but without hysteria,” Gantz said.
Both 2012 and 2013 are seen as critical with regard to Iran’s nuclear program. At his rare public appearances Gantz has taken a cautious approach to the issue – mentioning the military option, whose development and preparation he oversees, while leaving the door open to international negotiations with Iran. His language is far from the dramatic rhetoric of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and is usually free of the Holocaust comparisons of which Israeli politicians are so fond.
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