jueves, 4 de abril de 2013

AIPAC-Created House Resolution Sets Stage for New War for Israel

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Senate Joint Resolution 65, crafted by the Zionist Supremacist AIPAC Lobby, radically alters U.S. policy by declaring it to be “the policy of the United States … to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability and to take such action as may be necessary to implement this policy” according to veteran commentator Patrick Buchanan.

Writing in a new op-ed piece, Buchanan pointed out that the Senate Resolution throws out Obama’s policy — which is no nuclear weapons in Iran and substitutes it for declared Israeli policy, which is “no nuclear weapons capability” in Iran.
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“Now, as Iran already has that capability — as does Germany, Japan, South Korea and other nations who have forsworn nuclear weapons — what SR 65 does is authorize the United States to attack Iran — to stop her from what she is doing now,” Buchanan wrote.
“Critically, SR 65 goes further and ‘urges that if the Government of Israel is compelled to take military action in self-defense, the United States Government should … provide diplomatic, military and economic support to the Government of Israel in its defense of its territory, people and existence.’
“Translation: Should Bibi attack Iran, the Senate urges the U.S. military to join in that attack. SR 65 is a blank check to Bibi to go to war with Iran, with a U.S. Senate commitment to join him.
“Coupled with House Resolution 850, which calls for crushing new sanctions, SR 65 is designed to so enrage and humiliate Iran that her delegates walk out of negotiations — and war inevitably ensues.”
Buchanan said the countdown to war with Iran was now clear:
- First, rule out containment and deterrence of Iran, though that policy won the Cold War.
-Second, rule in a U.S. war on Iran if Tehran does not yield to all our demands in nuclear negotiations.
- Third, ensure the negotiations fail by repeated insults, threats, sanctions, and intolerable demands that so humiliate the Iranians that, enraged, they say “to hell with it” and walk out of the talks.
- Then, by default, the last “option” left for dealing with Iran — even if she still has not tested a bomb or enriched uranium to bomb grade — will be U.S. air strikes on Fordow and Natanz.
“Preventing another generation of war dead delivered to Dover should be the first priority of American patriots,” Buchanan concluded.

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