Friday, August 13, 2010

Arab News likes its anti-semitism to have an American flavor

The Arab News doesn't like Jews.

That this Saudi newspaper is not thrilled with the Jewish people is hardly news, of course. But, as with most English-language Arab newspapers, they are loath to have their Arab writers mention it, because they do not want to be called anti-semitic.

Instead, what the Arab News does is it scours far-left sites and blogs for articles that fit its agenda, and then it publishes that nonsense as an op-ed.

Here's today's example:

“Israel and the US realize that the next war will burn much of the Middle East and may well spell the end of Israel.”

Now, Israel certainly believes that about the Middle East, and in fact hopes it happens, because that just makes its position stronger. But neither Israel nor the US — at least at a governmental level — accept the second part of the proposition, just the opposite, that in fact it will be the saving of Israel — because (as I’ve noted elsewhere) if the regional chaos is great enough, Israel will take the opportunity to ethnically cleanse all Palestinians (and probably Israeli Arabs as well) from “Greater Israel” by shoving them over its borders, into Jordan and the Sinai (and some into the Lebanon as well).

That will leave it intact and Jewish, its neighbors overwhelmed by a few million destitute Palestinians — a 2nd and even worse Nakba — and everyone else in ruins or teetering on the edge. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Foreign Affair Minister Avigdor Lieberman and their merry thugs won’t shed a tear or lose a second’s sleep over any of it, much less over the many Americans who will die in yet another of America’s Jewish wars.

...Putting lots of discrete pieces together, including published information on Israeli penetration of the telecommunications security and cybernetic systems in the US since the 1970s and 1980s, the movement of Israelis (with or without dual nationality) or American Jews serving Israel across the US and Israeli governments and lobbies like AIPAC, and the presence of Israelis (again with or without dual nationality) and American Jews serving Israel throughout the US national security apparatus for decades (remember the far-from-unique stories of Lani Kass or David Wurmser, much less the likes of “Scooter” Libby or Rahm Emanuel?), one thing seems painfully clear to me.

This is that Israel has had ongoing access for decades to US nuclear codes and systems, and may well be able to override safeguards here to obtain command and control (and therefore targeting and launch capabilities) over at least US land-based strategic nuclear systems.

Think about it. With those technical means, oversight of security and especially in-place human assets, Israel would have had to make a deliberate decision not to acquire that access and obtain those capabilities in order not to have them now, and that flies in the face of everything else Israel has done in its national security and espionage fields.

That may be the club Israel holds over US presidents, and it would certainly explain a host of otherwise inexplicable actions by them. Understanding the actual dynamics of this phenomenon and how to counter them must have the highest priority.
What the hell did we need Jonathan Pollard for - we can launch and remotely control US nuclear weapons whenever we want! And the stupid American goyim haven't changed the codes since the 1970s! You Americans are PWNED! Bwahahaha!

The Arab News knows that if an Arab would spew this idiocy in English, he would be laughed out of the room. But, luckily, there is no shortage of Americans who can identify and expose the most subtle Jewish conspiracies - and spray them all over the Internet! (This article had been reproduced at least 62 times in the past couple of days, according to Google.)