by Jonas E. Alexis
Sad, sad, sad. Obviously no serious Western politician likes Benjamin Netanyahu’s pathetic and psychopathic behavior, though they seem too scared to death to say it in public. Jim W. Dean has pointed out earlier that perhaps it is “past time for Bibi to take the fall.” This statement again seems to correspond to current events.
The Zionist movement was having one of the greatest shows in France but they failed to send an invitation card to King Bibi. They seemed to have thought that King Bibi is no longer a voice in the Zionist community:
“France asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to stay away from a weekend solidarity march in Paris but he ignored the request and attended anyway…
“There was also concern Netanyahu would use the event to ‘make speeches’ as he prepares for a March 17 general election, in which he is seeking a fourth term…
“Haaretz said that the prime minister’s actions had infuriated the French president, who had demonstrated his “anger” at a ceremony at Paris’s main synagogue to commemorate four Jews who were among those killed.
“‘Hollande sat through most of the ceremony, but when Netanyahu’s turn at the podium arrived, the French president got up from his seat and made an early exit.’
“The mass circulation Yediot Aharonot newspaper also reported the apparent snub to the Israeli premier.
“‘Before Netanyahu began his speech, President Hollande left with his entourage… The impressive delegation of leaders from the Muslim community who attended the ceremony also chose to leave. They all, apparently, had prior commitments.’”
Israeli commentators themselves thought that Netanyahu was making a fool of himself. Ben Caspit of Maariv wrote:
“It was embarrassing, not to say disgraceful, to see Israel’s prime minister yesterday trying to push his way onto a bus that he was not supposed to board, making his way determinedly from the second row (where he was placed) to the row of leaders walking in front (which he took over), behaving in a mourning parade as in an election rally.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had similar thoughts. Erdogan even went further saying that Netanyahu “surpassed Hitler in barbarism. Turkey will continue to fight against Israel’s reckless actions that do not recognize law.”
It looks like Erdogan has been paying attention to what we have been saying from time immemorial (most specifically what we pointed out in the last article). He said cogently and concisely:
“How can a man [Netanyahu] who has killed 2,500 people in Gaza with state terrorism wave his hand in Paris, like people are waiting in excitement for him to do so? How dare he go there? You should first give an account for the children and the women you have killed.”
Erdogan, of course, did not attend one of the greatest Zionist shows in France. United States officials failed to attend as well. As Gordon Duff has pointed out, perhaps they had their reasons. Perhaps they were just saying,
“We’re not going to be involved in this one. After all, we have already made our point very clear: Benjamin Netanyahu is a ‘chickenshit.’ After what we have done for him over the years, he is still treating us like puppets.
“Even thought police organizations like the Anti-Defamation League agree with us on this issue because they declare that ‘The Israelis do not show sufficient appreciation for America’s role in backing Israel.’
“Former Jewish president Nicholas Sarkozy would also second the motion because he called Netanyahu ‘a liar.’ President Obama concurred, saying to Sarkozy, ‘You are fed up with him, but I have to deal with him even more often than you.’”
If you are not fed up with this man’s psychopathic behavior, listen to how he first advanced the Zionist thesis that Saddam had WMDs–and how he is doing the same thing with respect to Iran:
Now you know that whenever this man opens his mouth, you can be sure that at least three or four lies will come out. My fellow Americans and decent people, don’t let this man move you so easily again:
 Jeffrey Goldberg, “The Crisis in U.S.-Israel Relations Is Officially Here,” Atlantic, October 28, 2014.
 Isabel Kershner, “In Overhead Comments, Sarkozy Calls Netanyahu a ‘Liar,’” NY Times, November 8, 2011.