Here is video of Martin Indyk, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, now of the Brookings Institution. Indyk was commenting on whether he believes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will act unilaterally to attack Iran in order to stop their drive to obtain Nuclear Weapons. He does not believe Netanyahu will do so, unless it becomes clear President Obama had abandoned his pledge to prevent Iran from developing Nuclear Weapons. So, he thinks it is really Obama’s decision, and that it would have far less consequences if the U.S. stopped Iran rather than Israel taking military action.
Here is video of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talking to Greta Van Susteren about the looming danger of Iran developing Nuclear Weapons.
Netanyahu would not say war is “inevitable” with Iran, but that the threat of military action is actually the major avenue to prevent military action from being needed. He said it is essential that Iran believe military action is a very real threat in order to persuade them to move away from their pursuit of Nuclear Weapons. Netanyahu left no doubt that Israel is prepared to act in her own defense if necessary to stop Iran from becoming a nuclear power.
Here is complete video of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s outstanding speech last night to AIPAC in Washington.
Netanyahu delivered a powerful speech that made the case against Iran, and made it clear Israel will not live in the shadow of a nuclear Iran.
Here is a clip from the speech that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just delivered tonight to AIPAC. The speech was a masterpiece!
As you listened to Netanyahu you could not help but think as an American, “I wish we had a President like that!” Netanyahu made the case against Iran that the U.S. President OUGHT to be making. How sad that the Israeli Prime Minister speaks more about what Iran has done, and is doing, to kill Americans than our own President.
Here is video of President Obama receiving Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House today. Obama pledged that the United States would “have Israel’s back,” and that the U.S. and Israel share an “unbreakable bond.” Netanyahu emphasized that Israel is the “one reliable, stable” ally the U.S. has in the Middle East.
Here is reaction by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s former Chief of Staff to President Barack Obama’s speech today in which he said, “I have Israel’s back.” He was speaking on U.S. – Israeli relations.
Naftali Bennett said “Obama’s words are very tough, but his actions are not.” He said Obama is essentially asking Israel to outsource her security to “Obama’s hand,” but that his actions are not significant enough to stop Iran’s Nuclear Program before it is moved deep enough underground by summer to prevent anyone from being able to destroy it.
Here is video of former Jimmy Carter National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski showing why the Carter Presidency was such a Foreign Policy disaster. He says the United States “will not support” Israel if they decide they must attack Iran’s Nuclear sites to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons they have said they will use to wipe Israel off the map. Brzeznski says if Israel does it, “they will be on their own.”
Sadly, that is likely to be the view of Barack Obama.