Roi Tov: Will the IDF Attack Iran Following an Order from Netanyahu?
- My assessment is that NUTenyahu and Ehud Barak will initiate the war against Iran to start the Greater Middle East war and the Satanic World War 3! It is not for the preservation of Zionist ’666′ Israel, not to neutralize an existential Iranian nuclear threat. This is a convenient lie. The Iranian nuclear threat does not exist. It will lead to the destruction of Zionist ’666′ Israel, the Satanic counterfeit. It is all about Illuminists fulfilling their master: Satan’s, wishes. They are setting up the world for a global economic, financial and currency collapse leading to WW3. They want to lay the foundation for the coming of their Luciferian New World Order, Global Government, Global Supra-National Central Bank, One World Currency –> ’666′!
Will the IDF Attack Iran Following an Order from Netanyahu?
by Roi Tov, http://www.roitov.com/
Taking the Decision
Will Israel’s Prime Minister sign an order to attack Iran? There are a lot of speculations in the Hebrew media on this issue. Before answering it, one must consider Netanyahu’s decision-making process. On June 13, 2012, Israel State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss published his report on the Israeli government’s behavior in the events related to Gaza’s Freedom Flotilla of May 2010. The Prime Minister turned out to be rather clumsy and incompetent to the extent of causing an unnecessary disaster. … The report discloses that the working meetings between Netanyahu and his Minister of Defense—Ehud Barak—were held without any preparation or documentation of the event. “It wasn’t clear which decisions were made during the meetings, decisions that were, on any account, not summed up in writing.” The most important sentence made by the State Comptroller was “in reality, the Prime Minister made the decision as the way to deal with the Turkish Flotilla based on the discussion held in this forum, and based on the recommendations of his friends.” In other words, the Israeli Administration and its laws mean little to Netanyahu; he will make significant decisions after just consulting his mysterious friends. He may declare war on Iran without any preliminary signs.
The War Declaration
Netanyahu can sign an order to begin an attack on Iran at any moment and claim fair game, saying that in fact the war had already been declared. On July 23, 2012, Associated Press reported the results of the Burgas bomber autopsy; not for the first time in that affair, the findings didn’t fit the initial official declarations. Five days before, a suicide bomber attacked a bus transporting Israeli tourists at the Burgas Airport in Bulgaria. The bus driver and five Israelis were killed; over thirty people were injured. Trying to find a way out of the embarrassment, the discrepancy is now explained by assuming the existence of an accomplice. Yet, Israel doesn’t care about the facts; Netanyahu needs an excuse to attack Iran. Within hours of the violent event, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had blamed Iran and Hezbollah, justifying his brilliant conclusion on the fact that it had occurred on the anniversary of the 1994 AMIA bombing in Argentina, which was blamed by Netanyahu’s predecessors on Iran and Hezbollah. Now, we see that not only are Netanyahu’s deductive powers defective, but also that the evidence doesn’t follow the Israeli narrative. Supporting this, Bulgarian Foreign Minister said “We’re not pointing the finger in any direction until we know what happened and complete our investigation.” Obsessive in his attempts to incriminate Iran, Netanyahu had triggered a different event.
During the press conference that he gave after the attack, Netanyahu said “Israel will demand a heavy price from those who dispatched the terrorists. Israel will not be defeated.” “We’ll fight Iranian terror, we’ll fight it with great force,” he added. In order to make clear that this position was shared by the government, Foreign Affairs Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that Iran is the world’s largest state sponsoring terror and that Israel would respond “with force and precision against those who plan and execute such attacks.” “We have no intention to forgive and forget,” he said and included Hezbollah in the threat by adding: “Hezbollah knows that we don’t make empty threats.” In fact, this is a quite legal declaration of war on Iran by Israel.
There are several ways of declaring a war, a topic that is regulated by the Hague Convention (III) of 1907 on the Opening of Hostilities. The most obvious one is by a speech or the issuance of a formal document. However, that seldom happens; most ongoing wars have never been formally declared. A well-known example is the German invasion of Belgium during WWI, which violated the abovementioned convention since it states that hostilities must not commence without explicit warning. This is relevant here because what Netanyahu did in his speech was to deliver such a war warning, though justifying it on unproven claims. He had put Iran in a position to legitimately claim that Israel declared war on it and thus enabled it to take defensive measures. Self-defense from an external attack is a type of war allowed by the UN Charter. In other words, we already have a formal war. Netanyahu may decide on its first battle.
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