17 May 2009

The "Evil" Has Landed

Just was watching the Tee Vee and noticed the "Eagle", I mean "Evil" has landed,in America, and I'm referring to Netanyau of course. Who, has arrived to have some talks with Obama. Regarding those talks there is a great piece from the Telegraphon what "welcome" Bibi may get from Obama. Here's hoping it's true.
Barack Obama is to deliver a blunt warning to Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, that the era of the blank US cheque is over.

The President will use a meeting with Mr Netanyahu in Washington on Monday to tell him that from now on Israel must earn its privileged relationship with America.

Mr Obama will make clear that he will not allow his foreign policy objectives to be dictated by the Jewish state's interests, and that its leaders must resume working for peace with the Palestinians. (Hallelujah, can I get a witness!!!)

The President has already fired warning shots across the bows of the Israeli government to signal that he will not be pushed around by Mr Netanyahu's newly elected right-wing coalition. Many within Israel's government are openly hostile to two key aspects of American policy on the Middle East: statehood for the Palestinians and engagement with Iran.

Martin Indyk, a former US ambassador to Israel, said: "Netanyahu is caught between a rock and a hard place, the rock being the president's determination to achieve a two-state solution and the hard place being his political base which opposes it. (Perhaps Israel should not have created this monster, now it will have to deal with the Zionist right wing population it has created, Ooooops, plan backfired)

Mr Netanyahu's political survival may depend on him sticking to his position. Avigdor Lieberman, the Israeli foreign minister whose right-wing party is essential to the survival of the Likud-led coalition, is forthrightly opposed to the creation of a Palestinian state

But Mr Obama's hand in confronting Mr Netanyahu was strengthened last week by a new Zogby poll revealing that voters who backed him in the election overwhelmingly support a policy which amounts to "get tough with Israel" - ending illegal Israeli settlements within Palestinian territory and establishing a Palestinian state. Jewish voters, 78 per cent of whom voted for Mr Obama, are among the strongest supporters of the plan.

Mr Obama has already shocked Israeli officials by publicly declaring that a two state solution was in America's national interest - a clear sign that Washington will no longer automatically leap to support Israel regardless of the impact on the US.

The Obama administration has also broken a long-standing taboo against discussing Israel's nuclear weapons, by calling for Israel to declare and give up its weapons arsenal, said to number around 50 warheads. A senior State Department official said the US wants Israel to sign the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty and commit to disarmament. What he has not done yet, is query the $3 billion in military aid which US taxpayers send Israel every year, although that could yet happen given the straitened times>(Yes, take the money away, hit them in the wallet!!!)

Mr Obama also sent his CIA chief, Leon Panetta, on a discreet mission to Israel two weeks ago to warn Mr Netanyahu not to lose patience over Iran's progress to nuclear weapons - and above all, not to launch preemptive air strikes against suspected nuclear enrichment facilities.

Mr Panetta's message to the Israeli prime minister was that Iran would not be a serious threat even if it develops a nuclear weapon. With the outcome of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq still in doubt, the US has neither the stomach nor the manpower to take on another major conflict which Israel will not be able to fight on its own.


Anonymous said...

I am afraid that Obama could well appear being just another puppet on the pay-list of AIPAC, or another exposures of Israelis. These "warnings" to Israel might just be a fake to maintain, at least for a few months, his image as "a man of change". Soon we'll know, if he changes his rhetoric to Iran into war-like one.

PlanetMichelle said...

I recall Bill Clinton warning Israel (Natenyahu) not to expand settlements in Palestine. AFTER the settlements were built he "condemned" it. He couldn't do anything! What kind of potency is that? Does Obama have more than other presidents? How much of Palestine is left today? Israel removes settlements only when they plan to murder and terrorize the Arabs in that particular spot. Then they go back and expand settlements more than before! Who has ever stopped them?
Now with the economy broken, who's mercy are we under? Who controls the source? I hate to be so negative, but I have heard this all before, and I know things have only gotten worse. Obama is not the "magic negro". I think Israel own us. Not later....now. I hope I am ALL wrong. However, knowing Zionists, I have always figured they had this all planned out...that they would not be dependent on the U.S. but OWN it so that our presidents are rendered impotent. The only question is, are we there yet?

owl of minerva said...

irishman, your posts are like morning coffee for me. They make me ready for the day bringing me often in a good mood (am still giggling a little over the title 'evil has landed') not necessarily by the content but more the way that content is brought by you.

PlanetMichelle said...


Israel expanding in the West Bank during the Obama-Natenyahu meeting!

So....no "change" here! Who is Obama anyway for anyone to think he could, or would do anything different than any other U.S. president? AIPAC gets STRONGER everyday. While Obama has 4 years, 8 if the Zionists still want him. the Zionists have planned and schemed for a century to be where they are today! Ain't no one president going to turn them wiley coyotes around!

Ban Sidhe said...

@owl of minerva

Many thanks for your kind words. However, I pity you for having the same sense of humour as I LOL:)
glad you find my posts entertaining:)

Ban Sidhe said...


I sorta agree with what the Anonymous poster said. I do not trust Obama, he will have to earn that, but I am willing to see where he goes with this. I hope he proves me wrong.

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