As Iran keeps enriching uranium for a nuclear war head Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu feels the pressure to act with a military strike to protect his beloved country from the horrors of another Holocaust. The Prime Minister of Israel is seeking a audience with President Obama about attacking Iran and turning its nuclear facilities into rubble.
Unfortunately, President Obama would not even meet with the Prime Minister to talk about a time table to act before its to late. Marking a new low in the relationship between Netanyahu and Obama, Israel and the United States. It definitely underscores the fact that Netanyahu will visit the U.S. as Prime Minister without meeting the president himself. America’s leader has put up the closed for business sign early in the face of what use to be its closest ally and friend.
Here is what the prime minister had to say: “The world tells Israel, `Wait. There’s still time,’” Netanyahu said Tuesday, according to The Associated Press. “And I say: `Wait for what? Wait until when?’ Those in the international community who refuse to put red lines before Iran don’t have a moral right to place a red light before Israel.”
If anything is going to get done on Israels behalf it looks like its going to be up to Israel to do it themselves, which means its time to run the red light for the sake of the emergency.
“If Iran knows that there is no deadline, what will it do? Exactly what it’s doing. It’s continuing, without any interference, towards obtaining nuclear weapons capability and from there, nuclear bombs,” he said, according to Haaertz.
It’s no secret Iran has said it wants to wipe Israel off the pages of time. How do you deal with a nation who won’t settle for anything but your total annihilation? There is only one way. A military strike into the heart of the dragon.
What do other nations have to say about all of this? In particularly Russia who has a oil interest with the nation of Iran.
“We warn those who are no strangers to military solutions … that this would be harmful, literally disastrous for regional stability and would set off deep shocks in the security and economic spheres that would reverberate far beyond the boundaries of the Middle East region,” Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov as saying.
At the end of the day this all comes down to money for most nations. Who will gain by the attack and who will lose by it, but for Israel it’s a matter of life and death, not the almighty dollar. They can’t afford another holocaust from their insane neighbors to the east. And if Iran continues to defy the world with enrichment, what choice does Israel have but to act? There is no choice but to bomb us all into world war.