Benjamin Netanyahu is Once Again Trying to Push the U.S. Into a Disastrous War

H/T to @snarwani for the above

Earlier today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu put on a little song and dance about Iran and WMDs intended to provide cover for Trump’s upcoming decision on whether or not to scrap the Iran deal (JCPOA) on May 12th.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Netanyahu aggressively pitched the U.S. on war in the Middle East. He did the exact same thing, using the exact same playbook, in the run up to the Iraq war.

Fortunately, we have video evidence of his 2002 testimony to Congress, during which he hyperventilated and exaggerated about Iraq’s grave threat to the world as a result of its non-existsent WMDs. The guy was so incredibly wrong on Iraq, to such a disastrous degree, it’s amazing anyone listens to him at all anymore.

What follows are two must watch video clips from Netanyahu’s 2002 testimony. One of the more memorable — and spectacularly wrong — claims he made back then was when he proclaimed:

“If you take out Saddam, I guarantee, it will have enormous positive reverberations on the region”

Watch for yourself.

Instead, we got a failed state and the creation of ISIS. But hey, everyone makes mistakes that lead to the pointless murder of hundreds of thousands.

But that’s just a taste. In the clip below he all but guarantees (wrongly) that Saddam was putting all his energy into creating a nuclear bomb, and he talks repeatedly about “washing machine” sized centrifuges being surreptitiously moved around Iraq to evade the watchful eye of weapons inspectors. In reality, Iraq simply didn’t have WMD.

Fast forward to today and Netanyahu is doing the exact same thing he did back in 2002, except he’s dropping a “Q” and replacing it with an “N” and asking the U.S. to hold hands with Israel and they instigate another calamitous conflict in a desperate attempt to solidify regional dominance.

None of this surprises me, and I’ve been warning about it in detail since early last year. I continue to believe another major military mistake in the Middle East will be the final nail in the coffin of the U.S. empire. When exactly this final mistake happens is hard to know, but I expect it to occur over the next several years. The ducks are all being put in a row.

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7 thoughts on “Benjamin Netanyahu is Once Again Trying to Push the U.S. Into a Disastrous War”

  1. We’ve just been through a “false flag” gas attack and now this baloney! I don’t want to have a war with Iran! End of story!

  2. Netanyahu has been crying wolf about Iran WMDs since 1992! The fact that anyone takes him seriously in the US is an indictment of our “free” press.

    Let’s see what Agent Orange does about this. He seems to have a colossal soft spot for the Saudi/Israeli contingent, not to mention surrounding himself with neocon acolytes like Bolton and Pompeo. Buckle up kids!

    • Trump has a soft spot for the Saudi-Israel “alliance” for the same reason that all of the elitist career beltway insiders have.

      It’s called MONEY! There’s no mystery here…..

  3. He’s not personally doing it, as this is a long, thought out plan by Zionists…basically dating back to the 1980s.

  4. Can we just take all these warmongers and just give them a bunch of clubs and drop them off on an island with no food? These guys are just a bunch of subhuman Nazi scum anyhow.

  5. I have to note how disturbing it is, that the Israelis, and the U.S. are so deceptive about this issue. Michael has it right that this is exactly what Netanyahu did about Iraq. We need to stand up and demand that the press (and us) do their jobs about ferreting out the lies and deception this administration propagates. And sadly, there is no antiwar left in Congress at all. Ironically, it is Rand Paul, who is talking about non intervention in the Middle East, and that the U.S. should stop its complicity with the Saudis in Yemen.


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