“The Modern Age is the Jewish Age, and the twentieth century, in particular, is the Jewish Century…Modernization, in other words, is about everyone becoming Jewish.”…Jewish historian Yuri Slezkine of the University of California
“[Obama] is a born-again neocon.” …Bill Kristol, editor of the neoconservative magazine The Weekly Standard
[Editors Note: Dear readers, This is another major article from one of our new writers that I highly recommend. Our VT readers expect us to be helpful in connecting the dots and providing framing for the geo-political brawl we seem to find ourselves in everywhere we look. How much of it is forced upon us, and how much we bring upon ourselves are some of the themes addressed by Jonas below. A well researched piece with a 144 footnotes, it is worth a good read…Jim W. Dean]
…by Jonas E. Alexis
Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie of the Union for Reform Judaism wrote an article in the Huffington Post last month basically saying that there is no such thing as a secular Jew. Jewish intellectual Sam Harris indirectly proves the rabbi right by standing with Israel’s crimes.
In his best-selling book The Moral Landscape, Harris argues that in many places in the United States corporal punishment is used in public schools, and in those public schools a teacher is allowed “to beat a child with a wooden board hard enough to raise large bruises and even to break the skin. Hundreds of thousands of children are subjected to this violence each year…”
It looks like Harris is interested in alleviating suffering and eliminating torture. But the simple fact is that it is very easy to posit huge claims, but it is not easy to marshal convincing evidence for the same claims.
Harris gave us no evidence for this particular claim. But let us grant him the premise here that he is right. How is this consistent with torture which Harris has advocated for years both in writing and during public appearances?
Harris is very much concerned about spanking a child with a wooden board, and yet the same Harris is not concerned about torturing, raping and sodomizing grown-ups.
What was more interesting was that many of those who were tortured turned out to be innocent. The brutal acts that happened in Abu Ghraib included rape, sodomy, homicide, and even urinating on detainees and having them masturbate.
Using the evidence that had blown out in the open in 2010, the Washington Post told us that “hundreds of other cases in which prisoners were subjected to electric shock, sodomized, burned, whipped or beaten by Iraqi authorities.
The Pentagon condemned the release but did not question the authenticity of the files.” Whipped or beaten? Where is Harris when you need him? Beating children is wrong but beating grown-ups should be justified? How does that logic work?
We all know by now that these acts of torture have occurred in Abu Ghraib between the periods of 2001-2004 by the U. S. army after the Iraq War—a war that was spearheaded by the neoconservative movement which, as we saw in a previous article, is a Jewish political and intellectual movement. There were at least 400 cases of these alleged abuses during that timeframe.
Many of the detainees in Abu Ghraib were even forced to have sex with each other. What may or may not be a surprise to some is that many of the abusers were “third country nationals,” individuals who were joint citizens of America and Israel. In fact, many of the soldiers responsible were trained in Israel.
One doctor who examined one detainee “did find scars on his wrists and noted what he believed to be an anal fissure.” The army tried their best to get away with it, but evidence again showed that the detainee had been abused, and some detainees had died in the process.
At one occasion, pepper was even used on the eye of at least one prisoner. An FBI agent declared that,
“On a couple of occasions I entered the interview room to find a detainee chained hand and foot in a fetal position on the floor, with no hair, food or water. Most times they had urinated or defecated on themselves, and had been left there for 18 or 24 hours or more.” Another prisoner was found “almost unconscious” where the temperature was “probably well above 100 degrees.”
Similar abuses can also be found in places such as Guantanamo, where many of these have been reported even by the FBI.
Decent Americans and fellow citizens must ask themselves these questions: What would decent men such as Washington do? Would they be followers of this neoconservative madness which has infected some of the leading figures in America? Would they be in favor of tormenting human beings for getting soi-disant information?
As we have demonstrated in the article entitled “The Founding Fathers vs. the Zionist Machine,” Washington in particular would have vomited this Zionist madness out of America.
As Jane Mayer argues, the war on terror has turned the American government and politicians in particular into savage people—and this war on terror has reversed the traditional American ideals which were strictly based on the rules of law. As we shall see in an upcoming article, this so-called war on terror is a hoax cooked up by the neoconservative/Zionist regime.
The neoconservative and Zionist regime complain that they are fighting terrorism, but at the same time both Israel and America supported Terrorist groups such as the MEK and the Syrian rebels.
In other words, we are progressively losing the rules of law that held America strong for more than two hundred years. That law has been reversed right after the “Jewish Century” began to take a toll on the West in general. Now, if you capture an infamous enemy, you just have to kill him and throw his body in the depth of the sea, where historians and scholars will never know what exactly happened.
How in the world is that compatible with the West? Isn’t Ted Kaczynski still in prison? Or what about Anders Breivik?Why don’t we just kill those people and throw their bodies in the depth of the sea? Once again, the neoconservative machine has reversed and inevitably challenged the cherished ideas that kept America strong.
Even one particular FBI agent was appalled by what he saw in the military and declared, “When I became an agent, I swore to uphold the Constitution against all enemies, both foreign and domestic.”
But when he actually saw what was happening, he cried out that it was “not the same Constitution that I read.”
As we shall see in subsequent articles, this new constitution is essentially Jewish and theologically Talmudic. It certainly has changed our American military, which inevitably led to massive abuse in Iraq and in major parts of the Middle East.
Some men are even quitting the military precisely because they found themselves killing civilians as opposed to killing terrorists. Other Marines such as Timothy Kudo found themselves in similar situations, where years later they still had to struggle with the moral issues.
In the end, the neoconservative dream always revolves around a Talmudic view of the Middle East, which is quite consistent with what many rabbis have been saying for years. For example, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef of the Shas Party, which is also part of Netanyahu’s governing coalition, declared unequivocally in the summer of last year that Palestinians are “evil, bitter, enemies” who need to be “perish[ed] from this world.”
As such, one “is forbidden to be merciful” to those rotten scoundrels because they are “evil and damnable.” How should people deal with this evil? Yosef continued to say that “you must send missiles to them and annihilate them.”Annihilate them?
This could be taken as metaphorically, but not according to another famous rabbi named Manis Friedman. Friedman, who “has won the hearts of many unaffiliated Jews with his charismatic talks about love and God,” put it bluntly in 2009:
“The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way: Destroy their holy sites. Kill men, women and children (and cattle).”
This is called ethnic cleansing in its metaphysical and literal sense. Where are the news channels when you need them most?
Where are CNN, Fox News, ABC, MSNBC, and a host of others? As Glenn Greenwald of the Guardian has recently pointed out, “The US media, over the last decade (at least), has repeatedly acted to conceal newsworthy information it obtains about the actions of the US government.
In each instance, the self-proclaimed adversarial press corps conceals these facts at the behest of the US government, based on patently absurd claims that reporting them will harm US national security.”
The good rabbi moved on to declare, “I don’t believe in Western morality. Living by Torah [the Talmud, of course] values will make us a light unto the nations who suffer defeat because of a disastrous morality of human invention.”
I must say that the rabbi has some courage to implicitly put the metaphysical question into proper perspective here, that at their eventual roots Western rules of law is the antithesis of what the Zionist regime politically and theologically represents.
Moreover, the destruction of the Palestinians is to be viewed as “a light unto the nations,” which is another way of saying that as long as the Palestinians continue to live, the nations are in darkness. As we shall see in a subsequent article, Israel began to “enlightened” the nations during its formation, when hundreds of Palestinians were uprooted from their homes and left desolate.
If the neoconservatives do not believe in any of this, if they see this as complete nonsense, why don’t they join us in fighting this madness? Why hasn’t anyone in the movement pointed those facts out? Why have they not reprimanded Yosef and Friedman? (Incidentally, the two rabbis are far from alone. As we shall see in a later article, this has been a pattern since the formation of Israel in 1948.)
Why is it that once a person opens his mouth to criticize Israel, all of a sudden he is an anti-Semite? One of the answers again is that the neoconservatives, whether they like it or not, are double agents of Israel.
This became very clear when George W. Bush asked his father to give him a descriptive definition of neoconservatism: “What’s a neocon?” he probed. His father responded,
“‘Do you want name or a description?’ ‘Description.’ ‘Well, I’ll give it to you in one word: Israel.’” Scholars such as Stephan Halper and Jonathan Clarke note the same thing, arguing that for the neocons, there is “a keen interest in the affairs of Israel.” Benjamin Ginsberg likewise writes that one of the central focuses of the neoconservatives is “their attachment to Israel…”
Abe Foxman of the ADL for example is a columnist for the Jerusalem Post. Do you think he would rebuke Yosef and Friedman in the post? The answer is a resounding no. In fact, to him people like Pat Buchanan are full-blown anti-Semites.
Yosef specifically wants nothing but the destruction of Iran. He declared, “When we say the blessing over the dates at our Rosh Hashana meal this year, and we ask God to ‘bring an end to our enemies,’ we should be thinking about Iran, those evil ones who threaten Israel. May the Lord destroy them.”
If Iran or any Middle East country even remotely approaches such languages, the news would spread like wild fire in the Western world with great spins. Yet things like that do not make it on CNN or Fox News and other media outlets.
What got reported over and over was that Iran wanted to wipe Israel off the map, a complete forgery cooked up by the Zionist regime. The only person in Israel who saw that the rabbi’s languages are closer to what neo-Nazis would have said was Nimrod Aloni of the Institute of Educational Thought in Tel Aviv.
Netanyahu, for his part, declared some years after the 9/11 attack,
“We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq,” and these events “swung American public opinion in our favor.”
He certainly has a point. Right after the 9/11 attack, at least 60 Israelis were arrested in the U.S. for what was proved to be illegal activities, but no one prosecuted them due to fear of anti-Semitism.
In other words, the only people who are benefitting from the 9/11 attack are “King Bibi” and his regime, not America or the Muslim countries. Thousands upon thousands of people lost their lives on that day, and millions upon millions of lives have been lost in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya, and this is all for foreign potentate “King Bibi.”
Yet none of these things seems to bother Harris, who always defends Israel. We see similar rigorous logic and intellectual honesty in his previous book The End of Faith.
Harris goes on page after page lambasting the whole fabric of Christendom as something immorally repugnant for crimes in the past, for “torturing scholars to the point of madness for merely speculating about the nature of the stars,” a statement that is a complete fabrication cooked up by people like Harris and his Jewish comrades such as Carl Sagan. But the statement has no historical validity and scientific enquiry.
Yet in the same book, Harris declares, “some propositions are so dangerous that it may even be ethical to kill people for believing them. This may seem an extraordinary claim, but it merely enunciates an ordinary fact about the world in which we live.” Well, Christianity cannot get that right. Only Harris can possess that moral turpitude.
Here is Harris again at his best: “Given what many of us believe about the exigencies of our war on terrorism, the practice of torture, in certain circumstances, would seem to be not only permissible but necessary.”
Sure. But again Christianity was wicked because Harris can find instances of Christian torture in the past. How can Harris live with such an obvious contradiction and still remain rational? Keep in mind that Harris wants “to demolish the intellectual and moral pretensions of Christianity in its most committed forms.”
Under Harris’ cogent logic, water-boarding is a fair game, despite the fact that nothing was gained from this torturous crime, despite the fact that it has resulted in the death of at least two detainees. The C.I.A., the F.B.I. and other official agencies finally revealed that water-boarding was indeed a crime and the United States had to abandon it. But the Obama administration forbade anyone to prosecute the abusers.
Harris is indeed one of the intellectual geniuses of the twenty-first century because he is able live in two mutually exclusive worlds: the world of intellectual contradiction and moral dishonesty and the world of reason. Harris claims to be moved by reason alone but when reason stands in his way, Harris moves reason out of the equation and sticks with his ideological bent.
He postures himself as “an equal-opportunity offender critical of all religious faith.” Harris certainly needs to explain his own internal contradiction before he writes his next book.
Harris writes in Letter to a Christian Nation, “We desperately need a public discourse that encourages critical thinking and intellectual honesty. Nothing stands in the way of this project more than the respect we accord religious faith.”
Is religious faith going to be blamed for Harris’s own internal contradiction too? When Albert Camus was asked to explain why he remained silent during the French invasion of Algeria, he declared, “I believe in justice, but I will defend my mother above justice.” It seems to be the case with Harris.
It is not very often that one finds a knocked-down argument in moral and ethical issues, but Harris makes our job very easy. When sexual abuse happens in the Catholic Church, Harris is on the march saying that the Vatican must be arrested and brought to justice because those children have been tortured by the Catholic Church and the Vatican is an accomplice.
But when prisoners are raped and sodomized in Abu Ghraib, it is righteous, and it is just. We need to get important information from those scoundrels in order to save lives, and therefore they need to be water-boarded and tortured.
This is beautiful logic in the twenty-first century, and we need to abandon Plato and Aristotle and embrace Harris’ wonderful induction.
What maybe a surprise to some is that 70 to 95 percent of the prisoners were detained by “mistake.” That too does not give Harris a second thought.
This is the essence of being a genius in the twenty-first century, or shall we dare say, in “The Jewish Century.” This was one reason why atheists and anthropologists such as Scott Atran provide a vigorous critique of The Moral Landscape.
In his critique of The Moral Landscape, Philosopher Troy Jollimore wrote that the book is good only to people who are unfamiliar with Harris’ premise, but “has little to say to those people who actually do know what the arguments are, and it will not help others become much better informed.” Other philosophers such as Kwame Anthony Appiah viewed The Moral Landscape in a negative way.
Scientist and historian of science Kenan Malik had this to say about the book:
“Imagine a sociologist who wrote about evolutionary theory without discussing the work of Darwin, Fisher, Mayr, Hamilton, Trivers or Dawkins on the grounds that he did not come to his conclusions by reading about biology and because discussing concepts such as ‘adaptation,’ ‘speciation,’ ‘homology,’ ‘phylogenetics,’ or ‘kin selection,’ would ‘increase the amount of boredom in the universe.’ How seriously would we, and should we, take his argument?”
Harris continued to receive negative reviews from John Horgan of the Scientific American and evolutionary biologist H. Allen Orr. Most of the people who praised Harris for his books are his only crowd: Richard Dawkins, Steven Pinker, Lawrence Krauss, etc. As one critic pointed out, Harris is “an intellectual joke…”
Harris tears the inquisition to shred, but he loves Abu Ghraib. The inquisition was a crime against humanity, but the war in Iraq for “humanitarian purposes.”
Torture and War in the “Jewish Century”
Recently, the European court of human rights found that the CIA tortured, sodomized, and shackled a German citizen of Lebanese origin by the name of Khaled el-Masri. Masri was thought to have had terrorist links and was arrested in 2003. Masri was incarcerated and tortured for four months.
When it was later “discovered” that Masri was not a terrorist, he was dumped in Albania. The U.S. had refused to put the CIA agents on trial.
We are progressively seeing is that the “Jewish Century” has produced Abu Ghraib, devastation in Iraq, devastation in Afghanistan, devastation in Libya, devastation in Syria, and this has been hailed as a sort of heaven on earth by the neoconservative fifth column and the Zionist regime both in Israel and America.
How many deaths are accounted for during the Spanish Inquisition? According to the prestigious and erudite historian Henry Kamen, the number is around 2,000. Other historians estimated it to be around 1,500 to 4,000. That indeed is a lot, but keep in mind that this happened over a long period of time: around 356 years, 1478-1834.
Now consider this: the many lives that have been lost in the war in Iraq alone have been estimated to be between 100,000 to 600,000 deaths, including thousands of civilians. In 2003 alone, at least 12,000 civilians had lost their lives during the war.
The first three years of the war produced between 104,000 to 223,000 civilian deaths. When it was over, it forced 2.3 million Iraqis to flee from their homes and towns; by 2008, another 2.7 million Iraqis were displaced; and probably half a million civilians ended up losing their lives, which means that those who remained alive had to weep for their families and love ones. Thousands upon thousands of other people went missing by 2008. We also need to keep in mind that Iraq had about 30 million people during the war.
When the war was over, sectarian violence and car bombings were rampant—almost every day. When Mark Kukis went to Iraq to report what happened, he said he heard between two to five car bombs every day. The Iraq war, says Kukis, shook the entire nation and created havoc even by 2006. Factions of society that once coexisted were dismantled. In a nutshell, Iraq was decay. Buildings and farmlands were destroyed.
In addition, what are some fringe benefits of the war? Between 300,000 to 360,000 veterans were said to have brain injuries. Some of those injuries are often overlooked. By 2005, more than 6,000 suicides took place among our precious soldiers serving in Iraq.
In 2012, the number of soldiers who committed suicide was higher than the soldiers who died in combat, and 2012 was the worst year for those soldiers. Moreover, it has been reported that the United States has used indiscriminate ways of killing children. Of course, we are told by the Zionist media that those children are terrorist shields.
The war in Iraq itself has sent the American taxpayers a $3 trillion bill, combining that the debt ceiling keeps rising almost every six months or so. The U.S. national debt has reached $16 trillion by the end of 2012. It was speculated that a war with Iran will cost at least $2 trillion in the first three months.
And since we need to police just about every country in the Middle East and elsewhere, we need billions of dollars to do that. Therefore, by the end of 2012, Obama signed a defense spending for 2013 that would cost $633 billion.
Just recently, Steven Erlanger of the New York Times wrote an article entitled, ‘Two Years After Revolt, Libya Faces a Host of Problem.” The article should have been named “Two Years After the Neoconservative/Zionist Dream in Libya, The Country Faces a Host of Problem.” Lest you doubt this statement, when Obama declared war on Libya, it was Bill Kristol and the neoconservative crowd who supported him—or even pushed the war in the first place.
Long before Gaddafi was slaughtered, Bill Kristol told one interviewer, “No, we cannot leave Gaddafi in power. And we won’t leave Gaddafi in power….We need to get rid of Gaddafi.” Sure enough, the neoconservatives got rid of Gaddafi, and by that time Kristol was shouting victory.
After the event, Kristol declared that Obama “had rejoined—or joined—the historical American foreign policy mainstream.” What Kristol is referring to here is not the traditional foreign policy as advocated by the Founding Fathers, but the Jewish neoconservative foreign policy.
Kristol went out of his way to laughingly and seriously declare on Fox News that Obama “is a born-again neocon.” Remember President Obama in 2008? He gave speech after speech declaring that he was going to “talk with Iran.” All of a sudden he became a “born-again neocon.” How did that happen?
The reason is pretty simple: every American president is now handcuffed by the neoconservative dream. Some may have good intentions for peace in the Middle East, but the neoconservative machine always became the dominant worldview.
It has been argued by journalist Glenn Greenwald (and for good reason) that Obama has been viewed by the Muslim World as more aggressive than Bush and Cheney by 2011.
Greenwald has also pointed out the fact that the Muslim world in general (particularly the young) does not hate America but they despise the American foreign policy, a foreign policy that is under the guiding hands of our blessed neoconservatives.
By all accounts, the vast majority of politicians and world leaders thought that Obama was going to make a difference with respect to perpetual wars. Not so. Our beloved president prematurely received a Nobel Peace Prize. (I think there should be a Nobel War Prize, too.) But even though Obama is a “born-again neocon,” he must not get out of line.
When he does, Kristol is out to chasing him by saying that he does not support Israel. As Rob Eshman of the Jewish Journal points out, Kristol is not helping Israel: “Someone has to say it: William Kristol is hurting Israel.”
Perpetual Wars and our Precious American Soldiers and American People
While perpetual wars are still taking place, how are we doing at home? The Washington Post recently told us that “Fiscal Trouble Ahead for Most Future Retirees.”
The article declares, “For the first time since the New Deal, a majority of Americans are headed toward a retirement in which they will be financially worse off than their parents, jeopardizing a long era of improved living standards for the nation’s elderly, according to a growing consensus of new research.”
In other words, in order to continue perpetual wars, we need to loot the pension funds. Teresa Ghilarducci, director of the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis at the New School for Social Research, said,
“This is the first time that Americans are going to be relatively worse off than their parents or grandparents in old age.”
Homelessness among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans has more than doubled over the past two years alone, and by the fall of 2012, it was reported that at least “26,531 were living on the streets, at risk of losing their homes, staying in temporary housing or receiving federal vouchers to pay rent…”
In addition, about 307,000 soldiers want to leave the military. About 360,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans may have gotten brain injury. Many of those veterans have struggled and are still struggling to find jobs at home.
In less than two years of the war in Syria, more than 60,000 people had lost their lives. At the same time, millions of college graduates are struggling to find a decent job, while they are being suffocated by rapacious usury such as student loans.
At the end of December 2012, refugees in Afghanistan were the ones who had to suffer from the terrible cold weather with no place to go. It was the same thing with the Syrian refugees. By January 2013, it was reported that around half-million Syrians were refugees. By the middle of the same month, a bomb blasted the campus of Aleppo University, which was under the control of the government. It was estimated that eighty-two people were killed and one hundred and ninety-two wounded.
At the same time, the United States continues to give at least $3 billion to Israel. Israel has completed its 150-mile border of fencing with Egypt. What is even more interesting is that America does not have the fund to stop the flooding of illegal immigrants.
From 1949 to 2011, the United States has given Israel $123 billion. As Dave Gibson Fence of the Examiner rightly pointed out, we paid for Israel’s border, but we cannot pay for our own. The Founding Fathers would have been upset about this.
In the “Jewish Century,” these are all “The Better Angels of Our Nature.” Harvard Jewish psychologist Steven Pinker argues in his recent book that crime has declined in the Western world.
Like Harris, Pinker blames crimes in the Middle Ages largely on Christianity, but the devastating wars in the Middle East which the neoconservatives have unleashed upon us all get a free ride.
Like Harris, Pinker agrees that water-boarding can be used to gain so-called information. For Pinker, the Spanish Inquisition was completely wrong and it is one of the heinous crimes committed in Western culture. Listen to Pinker very carefully here:
“By sanctifying cruelty, early Christianity set a precedent for more than a millennium of systematic torture in Christian Europe.
If you understand the expressions to burn at the stake, to hold his feet to the fire, to break a butterfly on the wheel, to be racked with pain, to be drawn and quartered, to disembowel, to flay, to press, the thumbscrew, the garrote, a slow burn, and the iron maiden, you are familiar with a fraction of the ways that heretics were brutalized during the Middle Ages and early modern period.”
Pinker keeps positing that “Sadistic tortures were also inflicted by the Christian church during its inquisitions, witch hunts, and religious wars.” For Pinker, “Medieval Christendom was a culture of cruelty. Torture was meted out by national and local governments throughout the Continent…”
But what about Abu Ghraib? Here is Pinker at his best:
“But the sporadic, clandestine, and universally decried eruptions of torture in recent times cannot be equated with the centuries of institutionalized sadism in medieval Europe…[Torture] did not erupt from a frenzied crowd stirred up in hatred against a dehumanized enemy.”
How does that logic work? Torture was wrong in the Middle Ages but it is not wrong when the neoconservatives are doing it? Can Pinker be serious? Stalin alone was responsible for torturing millions upon millions, resulting in the death of 100 million people. (We are providing a fuller critique of Pinker’s work in an up-coming book.) Pinker certainly needs to provide more explanation for his morally untenable position.
Iran and the Bomb
What we have seen over the past decades or so is that both the neoconservative movement and the Zionist regime have unleashed their heaven on earth upon us, and this has progressively turned out to be chaos on earth for much of the Western world and in the Middle East.
For decades we were told time and again that Palestinians in schools are learned to hate Israel and Jews. This year, a study has demonstrated that this isn’t so.
Moreover, despite what Israel has continued to do over the years, the Arab World for Research and Development took a poll and discovered that 68% of Palestinians are in favor of peace talk.
For more than a decade, the Israelis and Netanyahu in particular repeatedly declared that Iran was going to have a nuclear bomb in the 1990s, then in the 2000s, and then in 2011, or 2012. Now, the Israeli officials have been reported to have said that Iran will not have the bomb until 2015.
What does that tell us? That means that the Israelis and the Zionist regime have been lying to us all along, making forgery after forgery so that the West would lunch an unprecedented or surgical strike against Iran! Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres told the entire world in 1992 that Iran was going to have the bomb in 1999; that was a failure, as Iran had acquired no nuclear bomb.
In the same year, Peres declared that “Iran is the greatest threat and greatest problem in the Middle East.”
In the same year, the House Republican Research Committee declared that there was a “98 percent certainty that Iran already had all (or virtually all) of the components required for two or three operational nuclear weapons.” Lies, lies, and more lies.
I simply don’ get this. If you find out that a car dealer lies to you just one time, you would be cautious in going back to the same dealer the next time you’re buying another car. But the Zionist and neoconservative machine propounds lies after lies about Iran for years, and no one had the temerity to say enough.
In 1995, both the U.S. and Israeli officials postulated that “Iran is much closer to producing nuclear weapons than previously thought,” and all those Zionist geniuses told the entire American people that talked about an “acceleration of the Iranian nuclear program.” But then in 1997, those same geniuses said that Iran would not acquire the bomb in at least ten years later.
That again changed in 1998 when Donald Rumsfeld declared that Iran could actually build the bomb and could hit the U.S. in five years. In 2002, the terrorist group the MEK changed things around when they declared that Iran was building the bomb.
The MEK was supported by both the Mossad in Israel and some of their members were even trained in the United States during the Bush administration. But the MEK again lied about Iran. In 2004, Colin Powell put some spice in the debate by adding that Iran was working extremely hard to get the bomb.
Things got even more intense the following year when the U.S. “presents 1,000 pages of designs and other documentation allegedly retrieved from a computer laptop in Iran the previous year, which are said to detail high-explosives testing and a nuclear-capable missile warhead. The ‘alleged studies,’ as they have since been called, are dismissed by Iran as forgeries by hostile intelligence services.”
Then Propaganda after propaganda was propounded by the Bush administration in 2007, but the NIE blew everything out of proportion when they declared in the same year that Iran had given up its nuclear program. By 2009, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations committee declared that “There is no sign that Iran’s leaders have ordered up a bomb.”
The Zionist regime was so eager in January of this year to propagate falsehood that they pulled an invention from World Net Daily that there was an explosion in Iran at the nuclear site in Fordo.
The article was written by an Iranian exile, so it passed the test of some credibility and went viral. But it was discovered to be a thread-bare hoax in a matter of a few days. Even the White House had to debunk the forgery.
More recently, Daniel Halper of the neoconservative fifth column The Weekly Standard declared that “If North Korea has the bomb, then for all practical purposes Iran does, too.”
How is that for good logic? If your neighbor or friend has a BMW, then by definition you have it too! When Mitt Romney made the preposterous statement that Russia was the number one geopolitical enemy of the United States, Colin Powell declared, “Come on, Mitt, think. That isn’t the case.” This is the same thing we see with those neoconservative geniuses, who keep propounded one preposterous statement after another.
The sober question that everyone should ask is simply this: Who, then, is the real enemy of the West? Certainly not Iran. And it is ridiculous to say that Israel is the victim, as neoconservative David Horowitz would like us to believe. As we shall see in another article, Iranian officials even extended their hands to U.S. officials right after the fall of Saddam saying that they too wanted to fight terrorism!
There are some signs which seem to suggest that the West is slowly realizing that the Zionist dream is not working. In 2011, Europe sent a message to Israel saying that a military strike on Iran was not an option.
More recently, Ahmadinejad has declared that he had no intention of attacking Israel. The overall reaction from the Zionist regime, of course, is that Ahmadinejad is lying. Whatever preconceived notion one may have about the man, we have to think through these issues seriously. So far, he has not lied about his intention. In fact, the Israeli and neoconservative thesis—that Ahmadinejad wants to wipe Israel off the map—has been weighed and found wanting.
Drones for Me, But Not For Thee
In his State of the Union address, President Obama declared that “The leaders of Iran must recognize that now is the time for a diplomatic solution, because a coalition stands united in demanding that they meet their obligations, and we will do what is necessary to prevent them from getting a nuclear weapon.”
After four years in office, our beloved president knows how to talk the Zionist language by now. He continued, “And we will stand steadfast with Israel in pursuit of security and a lasting peace.”
Lasting peace? Does that include dropping drones in civilian populated areas as well? Does peace include killing innocent civilians in the Middle East? People in the Middle East aren’t stupid. They can recognize ridiculousness. Right after the Newtown incident, the President Obama declared,
“We can’t tolerate this anymore. We are not doing enough and we will have to change.” One Yemeni blogger named Noon Arabia responded, “Our children’s blood is not cheaper than American blood and the pain of losing them is just as devastating. Our children matter too, Mr. President! These tragedies ‘also’ must end and to end them ‘YOU’ must change.” 
As journalist Glenn Greenwald rightly points out, “if you continually bomb another country and kill their civilians, not only the people of that country but the part of the world that identifies with it will increasingly despise the country doing it.
That’s the ultimate irony, the most warped paradox, of US discourse on these issues: the very policies that Americans constantly justify by spouting the Terrorism slogan are exactly what causes anti-American hatred and anti-American Terrorism in the first place.”
South African Bishop Desmond Tutu likewise declared, “Do the United States and its people really want to tell those of us who live in the rest of the world that our lives are not of the same value as yours? That President Obama can sign off on a decision to kill us with less worry about judicial scrutiny than if the target is an American? Would your Supreme Court really want to tell humankind that we, like the slave Dred Scott in the 19th century, are not as human as you are? I cannot believe it.”
In 2009, President Obama dropped drones in al-Majala in Southern Yemen, which took the lives of 14 women and 21 children. The vast majority of Americans are completely oblivious of this, but it had raised much anger in the Muslim world.
When innocent children died in Newtown, we expect parents to get angry—and they should. Yet when innocent children died in the Middle East by U.S. drones, we expect their parents to be happy!
One Yemeni responded, “Our entire village is angry at the government and the Americans. If the Americans are responsible, I would have no choice but to sympathize with al-Qaeda because al-Qaeda is fighting America.”
Another individual who was wounded from the drones declared, “If we are ignored and neglected, I would try to take my revenge. I would even hijack an army pickup, drive it back to my village and hold the soldiers in it hostages. I would fight along al-Qaeda’s side against whoever was behind this attack.”
Former U.S. General Stanley McChrystal questioned that dropping drones and killing innocent people were not as effective as so many thought it would be. One U.S. drone pilot, Brandon Bryant, who quit his military career in 2012 because of killing civilians, lamented,
“I saw men, women and children die during that time. I never thought I would kill that many people. In fact, I thought I couldn’t kill anyone at all.” He continued to say, “I felt disconnected from humanity for almost a week.” And he should have. Practically every decent American would feel disconnected.
Benjamin Netanyahu Lied About Iran
We constantly hear that Iran is amassing enough uranium to build the bomb. Recently the Jerusalem Post tells us that “Iran appears to be advancing in its construction of a research reactor Western experts say could offer the Islamic state a second way of producing material for a nuclear bomb.” But never do those ideologues tell us that Uranium does not necessarily mean building a bomb.
More recently the IAEA has admitted that “Iran had apparently resumed converting into fuel small amounts of higher-grade enriched uranium – thereby reducing the amount potentially available for nuclear weapons – though they had few details and one told Reuters that ‘very, very little had been done’ so far.”
Hello! That’s what Iran has been doing all along! But since the Zionist and neoconservative machine tell us what to think, we have to place more sanctions on Iran. At the same time, Netanyahu told the entire world last year that Iran had crossed the red line and drew even his own cartoon caricature to show the U.N. that Iran is dangerous and is building nukes.
But on February 11th Netanyahu (King Bibi hereafter) came out and said that Iran had not reached the red line that he outlined at the U.N. last year.
What in the world was this man leading the world to believe then? He wanted the Western world to wage war against Iran but now Iran has not reached the red line? And how in the world can the Western world stay silent about this and not dismiss “King Bibi” as a fraudulent potentate and a political joker?
Now “King Bibi” has a new lie around the block: “Netanyahu, speaking to the annual meeting in Jerusalem of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, said the Iranians had not crossed the red line he outlined during his speech to the UN in September, but that the faster centrifuges means it will take them less time to do so.”
So he lied the first time, and now we are supposed to take him seriously still. As Zbigniew Brzezinski declared recently, America needs to stop following Israel “like a stupid mule.”
“King Bibi” declared, “I drew a line at the UN, they haven’t crossed that line, but what they are doing is shortening the time it will take them to cross that line. This has to be stopped for the interest of peace and security for the entire world.”
What needs to be stopped is Netanyahu’s lies for the interest of peace in the Middle East. Lest anyone doubts this statement, listen to “King Bibi” once again. He declared that Syria is an “undeveloped country with the world’s most developed weapons.”
Is this man really serious? Does he seriously think that Syria has “the world’s most developed weapons”?
Does he really think that Syria has surpassed the United States in dropping sophisticated drones in civilian populated areas? Does he really think that Syria has hundreds of chemical weapons like Israel does?
Keep in mind that Israel can send its nukes to almost any major city in the Western world, including Rome, according to Israeli military history Martin van Cleveld. It is pertinent to quote Cleveld once again:
“We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets for our air force…. We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.”
As it turns out, “King Bibi” is becoming a laughing stock. He declared that he cannot “sit idly by and let those weapons fall into the hands of terrorists [Iran].”
“King Bibi” supports the Syrian rebels, which are largely composed of terrorists, but now “King Bibi” wants to fight terrorism in Iran. On February 9th, the British newspaper The Telegraph has reported that the jihadist group Jabhat al-Nusra has already been taken over in Syria, and this has caused major suffering among the innocent civilians who get caught in the middle of this Zionist war.
Is “King Bibi” going to fight against those terrorists?
But no matter what “King Bibi” does and no matter how many lies he has concocted, he will always get his support in America because Christian Zionists like John Hagee will always back him up. “King Bibi” does not have to work to hard in order to get the American support.
As he declared last year: “I know what America is. America is something that can easily be moved. Moved to the right [direction]…They won’t get in our way….80 percent of the Americans support us.”
Well, the time is coming where “King Bibi” will no longer be able to manipulate our precious fellow Americans. The time is coming when every decent American will have to say enough is enough. Regardless of one’s position on the “Right” and “Left,” we Americans cannot let “King Bibi” push us once more to a useless and detrimental war against Iran. It will be total chaos for the entire country and much of the Western world.
Whether you are religious or not, Christian or secular atheist or agnostic, a war with Iran is going to send us all into the abyss of economic and political nihilism, a sort of Dante’s infernal where you will be aware of what is happening but you cannot do anything about it because it is too late.
Moreover, what good ally would drag his partner into economic and moral collapse, as Israel is doing to America? You be the judge: can Iran do that?
Editing: Jim W. Dean
 Yuri Slezkine, The Jewish Century (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004), 1.
 Eric H. Yoffie, “The Self-Delusions of Secular Jews,” Huffington Post, January 15, 2013.
 Sam Harris, The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values (New York: Free Press, 2010), 3.
 For further details, see my book Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism, vol. I (Bloomington: WestBow Press, 2012).
 See for example Seymour M. Hersh, “The General’s Report,” The New Yorker, June 25, 2007; Julian Borger, “U.S. General Linked to Abu Ghraib Abuse,” The Guardian, May 22, 2004; Luke Harding, “After Abu Ghraib,” The Guardian, September 20, 2004; Luke Harding, “Focus Shifts to Jail Abuse of Women,” Guardian, May 12, 2004; Philip Gourevitch and Errol Morris, “Exposure: The Women Behind the Camera at Abu Ghraib,” The New Yorker, March 24, 2008; Michael Otterman, American Torture: From the Cold War to Abu Ghraib and Beyond (Australia: Melbourne University Press, 2007), see chapters 9 and 10; Philippe Sands, Torture Team: Rumsfeld’s Memo and the Betrayal of American Values (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), 14-16.
 Kate Zernike, “Detainees Describe Abuses by Guard in Iraq Prison,” NY Times, January 12, 2005.
 Greg Miller and Peter Finn, “Secret Iraq War Files Offer Grim New Details,” Washington Post, October 23, 2010; see also Emily Dugan, Nina Lakhani, et. al., “Torture, Killing, Children Shot—and How the U.S. Tried to Keep it all Quiet,” The Independent, October 24, 2010; Robert Fisk, “The Shaming of America,” The Independent, October 24, 2010.
 Ducan Gardham and Paul Cruickshank, “Abu Ghraib Abuse Photos ‘Show Rape,’” The Daily Telegraph, May 27, 2009.
 Robert Fisk, “Abu Ghraib Torture Trail Leads to Israel,” The Independent, May 26, 2004.
 Hersh, “The General’s Report,” The New Yorker, June 25, 2007.
 Darius Rejali, Torture and Democracy (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007), 288.
 Jane Mayer, The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned into a War on American Ideals (New York: Anchor Books, 2009), 203.
 Hersh, “The General’s Report,” The New Yorker, June 25, 2007.
 Mayer, The Dark Side, 203.
 Ibid., 203.
 See for example Maggie O’Kane, Teresa Smith, et al., “The Torture Trail: What Did General Petraeus’s Special Advisor, James Steele, Know?” The Guardian, October 23, 2010; David Leigh, “Iraq War Logs: Prisoner Beaten to Death Days after British Handover to Police,” The Guardian, October 28, 2010; David Leigh and Maggie O’Kane, “Iraq War Logs: U.S. Turned Over Captives to Iraqi Torture Squads,” The Guardian, October 24, 2010; Nick Davies, Jonathan Steele and David Leigh, “Iraq War Logs: Secret Files Show How U.S. Ignored Torture,” The Guardian, October 22, 2010.
 Helen Pow, “‘Did We Just Kill a Kid?’: The Moment Drone Operator who Assassinated Afghans with the Push of a Button on a Computer in the U.S. Realized He Had Vaporized a Child…and Could Not Go On,” Daily Mail, December 17, 2012; Robert Johnson, “‘Did We Just Kill a Kid?’—Six Words That Ended a U.S. Drone’s Pilot Career,” Business Insider, December 17, 2012.
 Timothy Kudo, “I Killed People in Afghanistan. Was I Wrong?,” Washington Post, January 25, 2013.
 Quoted in Paul R. Pillar, “A Culture of Hatred in Israel,” National Interest, August 21, 2012.
 Quoted in Nathaniel Popper, “Chabad Rabbi: Jews Should Kill Arab Men, Women and Children During War,” Haaretz, June 9, 2009.
 Glenn Greenwald, “U.S. Media Yet Again Conceals Newsworthy Government Secrets,” Guardian, February 7, 2013.
 Popper, “Chabad Rabbi: Jews Should Kill Arab Men, Women and Children During War,” Haaretz, June 9, 2009.
 For further research on this, see for example Ilan Pappe, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (Oxford: One World, 2006); Noam Chomsky, Gaza in Crisis: Reflections on the Israel’s War Against the Palestinians (Chicago, IL: Haymarket Books, 2010); Norman G. Finkelstein, This Time We Went Too Far (New York: OR, 2010).
 Quoted in Andrew Cockburn, Rumsfeld: His Rise, Fall, and Catastrophic Legacy (New York: Scribner, 2007), 219.
 Halper and Clarke, America Alone, 58.
 Benjamin Ginsberg, Fatal Embrace: Jews and the States (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993), 231.
 Quoted in “Rabbi Ovadia Yosef: Pray for the Destruction of Iran,” Jerusalem Post, August 26, 2012; “Shas Spiritual Leader Calls on Jews to Pray for Annihilation of Iran,” Haaretz, August 26, 2012.
 See for example Robert Naiman, “Arash Norouzi Explains the ‘Wiped off the Map’ Controversy—What Iran’s President Never Said,” The Huffington Post, January 19, 2007; Ethan Bronner, “Just How Far Did They Go, Those Words Against Israel?” The New York Times, June 11, 2006; Jonathan Steele, “”If Iran is Ready to Talk, the U.S. Must Do So Unconditionally,” The Guardian, June 2, 2005. It is pretty clear that Ahmadinejad is against Zionism, but to say that he is against all Jews and that he wants to wipe Israel off the map is nonsense. For an article on Ahmadinejad’s tirade against Zionism, see Herb Keinon, “60 Years of Zionism only Brought Humiliation, Destruction,” The Jerusalem Post, June 15, 2011
 Paul R. Pillar, “A Culture of Hatred in Israel,” National Interest, August 21, 2012.
 “Report: Netanyahu Says 9/11 Terror Attacks Good for Israel,” Haaretz, April 16, 2008.
 For more detail, Jonas E. Alexis, Christianity & Rabbinic Judaism, Vol. I (Bloomington: WestBow Press, 2012).
 Sam Harris, The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason (New York: Viking, 2006), 105.
 Carl Sagan, Cosmos (New York: Ballantine Book, 1980), 54.
 See for example Ronald L. Numbers, Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths About Science and Religion (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009); David C. Lindberg, “Galileo, the Church, and the Cosmos,” David C. Lindberg and Ronald L. Numbers, ed., When Science and Christianity Meet (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2003), chapter 2; Lawrence M. Principe, Scientific Revolution: A Very Short Introduction (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011); John Hedley Brooke, Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991); Peter Harrison, The Bible, Protestantism, and the Rise of the Natural Science (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998); Peter Harrison, ed., The Cambridge Companion of Science and Religion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010).
 Harris, The End of Faith, 52-53.
 Ibid., 199; emphasis added.
 Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation (New York: Vintage Books, 2008), ix.
 See for example Greg Miller, “Report finds Harsh CIA Interrogation Ineffective,” Washington Post, December 14, 2012; Philip Giraldi, “The Torture Chronicle,” American Conservative, December 20, 2012.
 Philip Giraldi, “The Torture Chronicle,” American Conservative, December 20, 2012.
 See for example Jane Mayer, “Zero Conscience in ‘Zero Dark Thirty,’” New Yorker, December 14, 2012.
 Giraldi, “The Torture Chronicle,” American Conservative, December 20, 2012.
 Sam Harris, “Losing Our Spines to Save our Necks,” Huffington Post, May 5, 2008.
 Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation, 87.
 Quoted in Norman Finkelstein, Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestine Conflict (New York: Verso, 2001), 3.
 Marc Horne, “Author Sam Harris Joins Plot to Have Pope Arrested,” Sunday Times, May 16, 2010; Sam Harris, “Bringing the Vatican to Justice,” Huffington Post, May 10, 2010.
 See for example Mark Danner, Torture and Truth: America, Abu Ghraib, and the War on Terror (New York: New York Review of Books, 2004).
 Scott Atran, “Sam Harris’s Guide to Nearly Everything,” National Interest, February 23, 2011.
 Ian Murphy, “Open Letter to Torture Apologist Sam Harris,” http://buffalobeast.com/open-letter-to-torture-apologist-sam-harris/.
 Harris, The End of Faith, 128.
 “U.S. Court Reject CIA Kidnap Case,” BBC, October 9, 2007; Richard Norton-Taylor, “CIA ‘Tortured and Sodomised’ Terror Suspect, Human Rights Court Rules,” Guardian, December 13, 2012; see also Amy Davidson, “Torturing the Wrong Man,” New Yorker, December 13, 2012.
 For a historical documentation and the background of what the Inquisition was, I would highly recommend Henry Kamen, The Spanish Inquisition: A Historical Revision (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998).
 Mark Kukis, Voices from Iraq: A People’s History, 2003-2009 (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011),xvii.
 Ibid., xvii.
 Ibid., xvii.
 Ibid., xiii.
 Ibid., xiv.
 Ibid., xiv.
 Gregg Zoroya, “360,000 Veterans May Have Brain Injuries,” USA Today, March 5, 3009; Denise Grady, “Brain Injuries Are Seen in New Scans of Veterans,” NY Times, June 1, 2011; “Mental Health Injuries Scar 300,000 U.S. Troops,” MSNBC, April 17, 2008.
 Lizette Alvarez, “War Veterans’ Concussions Are Often Overlooked,” NY Times, August 25, 2008.
 Armen Keteyian, “VA Hid Suicide Risk, Internal Emails Show,” CBC News, July 30, 2010.
 Allison Churchill, “The Military Is Losing More Troops to Suicide than Combat,” Business Insider, October 25, 2012.
 Kelley Vlahos, “Surviving War, Falling to Suicide,” American Conservative, January 1, 2012.
 “UN Group Says US Attacks, Air Strikes Kill Hundreds of Afghan Children in Recent Years,” Washington Post, February 7, 2013.
 Joseph E. Stiglitz and Linda J. Bilmes, The Three Trillion Dollar War: The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict (New York: W. W. Norton, 2008).
 See for example “A threat to Cost Taxpayers Money,” The Economist, April 12, 20111; Kathleen Hennessey, “Obama Tries to Shoot Down GOP Talk of Debt-Limit Threat,” L.A. Times, December 5, 2012; Mary Williams Walsh, “Debt Ceiling Rises Again as Threat for the U.S.,” NY Times, December 21, 2012; Moran Zhang, “U.S. Economy 2013: If ‘Fiscal Cliff’ is Avoided, What About the Debt Ceiling?,” International Business Times, December 21, 2012;
 Simon Rogers, “U.S. Debt: How Big Is It and Who Owns It?,” Guardian, October 2, 2012.
 Jennifer Rizzo, “Putting a Price Tag on War with Iran,” CNN, November 19, 2012.
 See for example David Alexander, “House Approves Bill Authorizing $633 Billion in Defense Spending,” Chicago Tribune, December 20, 2012; Dave Boyer, “Obama Signs Defense Measure he Once Vowed to Veto,” Washington Time, January 3, 2013.
 Steven Erlanger, “Two Years After Revolt, Libya Faces a Host of Problems,” NY Times, February 12, 2013.
 Quoted in David Edwards, “Bill Kristol Calls for U.S. Ground Forces in Libya,” Rawstory.com, March 20, 2011.
 William Kristol, “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby,” Weekly Standard, March 28, 2011.
 Glenn Greenwald, “Obama, the U.S. and the Muslim World: The Animosity Deepens,” Guardian, February 15, 2013.
 Rob Eshman, “William Kristol—Bad for Israel,” JewishJournal.com, January 30, 2013.
 Michael A. Fletcher, “Fiscal Trouble Ahead for Most Future Retirees,” Washington Post, February 16, 2013.
 Gregg Zoroya, “Homeless, At-Risk Veterans Double,” USA Today, December 27, 2012.
 Kelley Vlahos, “surviving War, Falling to Suicide,” American Conservative, January 1, 2013.
 Michael A. Fletcher, “Veterans of Recent Wars Confront Grim Employment Landscape,” Washington Post, December 30, 2010; Kimberly Hefling, “Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans Struggle to Find Jobs,” Washington Post, March 11, 2011; “Female Veterans Struggling to Find Jobs,” CBS News, April 7, 2012.
 See for example Anne Barnard, “Syrians Killed in Gas Line; U.N. Raises War’s Casualty Figures,” NY Times, January 2, 2013; Matthew Weaver, “Syria Conflict: U.N. Says 60,000 Dead-Wednesday 2 January 2013,” Guardian, January 2, 2013.
 See for example Meagan Pant, “For Millions of College Graduates, Degrees Aren’t Paying Off,” Denver Post, February 6, 2013.
 Rod Nordland, “Winter’s Deadly Bite Returns to Refugee Camps of Kabul,” NY Times, December 29, 2012.
 Rana F. Sweis, “Syrian Refugees Strain Resources in Jordan,” NY Times, January 2, 2013; Liam Stack, “Winter Brings Misery to Syria Refugees,” NY Times, January 10, 2013; Jodi Rudoren, “A Desert Cold and Wet Multiplies the Misery of Syrian Refugees,” NY Times, January 12, 2013.
 “UN Body: Around Half-Million Syrians Now Refugees,” Seattle Times, January 2, 2013.
 Hwaida Saad and Rick Gladstone, “Dozens Killed as Explosions Hit Syrian University,” NY Times, January 15, 2013.
 Dave Gibson, “We Can Pay for Israel’s Border Fence But Not Our Own,” Examiner, January 6, 2013.
 Steven Pinker, The Better Angels of our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined (New York: Penguin Books, 2011), 15-16; emphasis in original.
 Ibid., 132.
 Ibid, 130.
 See for example Jean-Louis Pannee, Andrzej Paczkowski, et al, The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, and Repression (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999).
 Isabel kershner, “Academic Study Weakens Israeli Claim That Palestinian School Texts Teach Hate,” NY Times, February 3, 2013.
 Jason Ditz, “Poll: 68 Percent of Palestinians Support Peace Talks If Settlement Frozen,” Antiwar.com, February 21, 2023.
 Sheera Frenkel, “Israel: Iran Slowing Nuclear Program, Won’t Have Bomb Before 2015,” McClatchy Newspaper, January 28, 2013.
 Quoted in Scott Peterson, “Imminent Iran Nuclear Threat? A Timeline of Warning since 1979,” Christian Science Monitor, January 8, 2011.
 Ali Gharib, “How Israeli Government Officials Fueled A Conspiracy Website Story About Iran,” Daily Beast, January 28, 2013.
 Dan Ephron, “White House Debunks Iran Nuclear Explosion, But Iran Denies Planting Story,” Daily Beast, January 29, 2013.
 Daniel Halper, “Iran’s Already Got the Bomb?,” Weekly Standard, February 15, 2013.
 “Colin Powell to Romney on Foreign Policy: ‘Come on, Mitt, Think,’” Atlantic, May 23, 2012.
 David Horowitz, “Why Israel Is the Victim,” Frontpagemag.com, February 12, 2013.
 Ariel Zirulnick, “Europe to Israel: Military Strike on Iran Nuclear Program Not an Option,” Christian Science Monitor, November 11, 2011.
 Jack Khoury, “Ahmadinejad: Iran Already a Nuclear State, But Has No Intention of Launching Attack on Israel,” Haaretz, February 6, 2013.
 Quoted in “Obama Pledges to Stand with Israel, Stop Iranian Bomb, in State of the Union,” Jewishjournal.com, February 13, 2013.
 David Zucchino, “Drone Strikes in Pakistan Have Killed Many Civilians, Study Says,” LA Times, September 24, 2012; Glenn Greenwald, “New Standard/NYU Study Documents the Civilian Terror from Obama’s Drones,” Guardian, September 25, 2012; Peter Bergen, “Civilian Casualties Plummet in Drone Strikes,” CNN, July 13, 2013.
 Quoted in Chris Cilliza, “President Obama’s Enough-Is-Enough Newtown Speech,” Washington Post, December 16, 2012.
 Quoted in Glenn Greenwald, “Newtown Kids v. Yemenis and Pakistanis: What Explains the Disparate Reactions?,” Guardian, December 19, 2012.
 Glenn Greenwald, “Obama, the U.S. and the Muslim World: The Animosity Deepens,” Guardian, February 15, 2013.
 Desmond M. Tutu, “Drones, Kill Lists and Machiavelli,” NY Times, February 12, 2013.
 Sudarsan Raghavan, “When U.S. Drones Kill Civilians, Yemen’s Government Tries to Conceal It,” Washington Post, December 25, 2012.
 See for example Rob Crilly, “Stanley McChrystal Criticizes Reliance on Drones as Strikes Hit Pakistan,” The Telegraph, January 8, 2013.
 Quoted in Robert Johnson, “‘Did We Just Kill a Kid?’—Six Words that Ended a U.S. Drone Pilot’s Career,” Business Insider, December 17, 2012.
 Quoted in Nicola Abe, “The Woes of an American Drone Operator,” Spiegel International, December 14, 2012.
 King “Bibi” is the name that Time magazine gave to Netanyahu last year.
 “IAEA: Iran May Be Advancing New Way to Produce Nuclear Bomb,” Jerusalem Post, February 22, 2013.
 Myra MacDonald and Fredrik Dahl, “Insight: Iran Nuclear Fuel Move May Avert Mid-Year Crisis,” Reuters.com, February 10, 2013.
 For further details on what is going on with Iran, see for example Trita Parsi, Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the United States (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007); A Single Roll of Dice: Obama’s Diplomacy with Iran (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012).
 Herb Keinon, “PM: Iranian Centrifuges Speed Up Arrival of Red Line,” Jerusalem Post, February 11, 2013.
 Keinon, “PM: Iranian Centrifuges Speed Up Arrival of Red Line,” Jerusalem Post, February 11, 2013..
 Quoted in “The War Game,” Guardian, September 21, 2003.
 Keinon, “PM: Iranian Centrifuges Speed Up Arrival of Red Line,” Jerusalem Post, February 11, 2013.
 Ruth Sherlock, “Syria: How Jihadist Group Jabhat al-Nusra Is Taking Over Syria’s Revolution,” The Telegraph, February 8, 2013.
 Quoted in Akiva Eldar, “Israel’s New Politics and the Fate of Palestine,” National Interest, June 28, 2012.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.