Monday, May 30, 2011

Israel minister: Strike on Iran could be necessary

And there you have it folks. All this time you thought I was blowing smoke up your ass with all this anti semite rhetoric and Nostradamus style bullshit. Open your fucking eyes. I called this back in March when Egypt blew up. Go back to my posts, I'm to lazy to re post my prophecies.

Tell me this doenst sound like 2001 after 9/11...? And yes this has EVERYTHING to do with gold and silver.

Bring on the comments, I'm in fight mode tonight.

"MOSCOW -- An Israeli Cabinet minister said the civilized world must take joint action to avert the Iranian nuclear threat, including a pre-emptive strike if necessary.

Moshe Yaalon - the minister for strategic affairs - made the statement in an interview with Russia's Interfax news agency released Monday ahead of a visit to Moscow.
"We strongly hope that the entire civilized world will come to realize what threat this regime is posing and take joint action to avert the nuclear threat posed by Iran, even if it would be necessary to conduct a pre-emptive strike," Yaalon was quoted by Interfax as saying.

Yaalon wouldn't discuss who might deal the strike, saying the entire world, not just Israel, must be concerned about the danger posed by a nuclear-armed Iran.

"An Iran possessing nuclear weapons would be a threat to the entire civilized world," he was reported as saying.

Yaalon's spokesman Ofer Harel told The Associated Press later Monday that the minister was repeating Israel's position that all options are on the table and not calling for anybody to attack Iran.

Iran has insisted its nuclear program is peaceful, but the U.S., Israel and many others believe it is cover for developing atomic weapons."

32 comments:

  1. Mentally Ill From Capitol Hill:

    When will these bout of mental insanity, mental illness, paranoid schizophrenic delusional paranoia end?

    I am not sure which is worse:

    US's universal declaration of war upon any target Caeser Obama points to

    or

    Israel launching a "preemptive" strike (unlawful-illegal strike of naked aggression based upon no supportable facts) with its God forsaken minions all through the western world which will draw retaliation from:

    Iran or what is left of it
    China
    Russia
    Pakistan
    Saudi Arabia
    Syria
    What is left of Libya
    Venezuela

    I hold no hope that cooler heads will prevail. I put greater hope on divine intervention at this point like Jesus galloping across the sky with a white horse and all those who say his name floating up into the air with him.

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  2. "I called this back in March when Egypt blew up. Go back to my posts, I'm to lazy to re post my prophecies. "

    LMAO

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  3. I have a $5 bet with a friend. He says Pakistan first. My money is on Iran. This is a humorless bet. It's just the two of us trying to second guess what the zyGooz will do next. I hope neither.

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  4. Doesn't Israel actually have nukes?
    That is pretty hypocritical.

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  5. I would like to add that SGS has held rock steady with his views and foresight on Israel, for as far back as I've cared to look in this blog. I have been reading it every day for months now, and he has been as consistent as the sunrise. It kind of bugs me in a way. I still war with the programming in my head on Israel. I do not understand why we "must protect and help" them, only that everyone I talk to seems to have that ingrained in them. I don't think any of them know why either.

    @SGS: What's the scoop on the DHS dude? I've heard some rumblings through the grapevine coming from some National Guard training: 'People don't know what's coming'

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  6. heward, can you elaborate? SGS?

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  7. SGS = SilverGoldSilver, the blog's author, if that's what you wanted me to elaborate on. lol If you meant what I heard through the grapevine, think about hearing the National Guard doing urban combat training with helicopters, at night, and hearing that those guys are worried about getting shot at by civilians, and that (again) "People don't know what's coming"

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  8. How is Bushehr any different than Dimona?

    Just another case of "Do as ZOG says, not as ZOG does."

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  9. @uncharted thoughts

    "Doesn't Israel actually have nukes?

    Yes but Israel's nukes are bright and shiny and peace-loving bringing harmony to the World and will only be beneficial. Whereas, Iran's nukes are dirty malevolent criminal and will harm defenceless innocent men women and children.

    If you believe this then your one of the "sheep".

    And anyone who doesn't understand look up irony in the dictionary.

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  10. World wide earthquake warning:

    TBTB are no longer reporting quakes in South Africa\Oceania, why the f*ck not!?

    http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/

    If nothing mid-size happends in a few hours "lights out" as ye old Master would have put it.

    Also:Im proud to proclaim that I have bought real put options(june) in Swedish\American Millicom Intl. Cellular S. A (ticker MICC)
    They are the only company I can buy put options in that are massively overvalued and also en stockcharts.com-watch =)

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  11. @George "Yes but Israel's nukes are bright and shiny and peace-loving bringing harmony to the World and will only be beneficial."

    May I please plagiarize you in the near future. That passage is epic.

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  12. Israel did a surgical air strike on Iraq's nuke facility in the 80's and the world didn't end. I'd expect the same this time.

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  13. @walp86

    How low you going on those June PUTS?

    And I asked you a couple times before but maybe you missed it. I was wondering what alternative energy stocks you've had your eyes on, and which ones you're committed to.

    Thanks for the geological updates. Scary info, but great info to know nonetheless!

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  14. That might explain why the stock market (S&P) is up around 1% overnight. Martin Armstrong (and a few other cyclists) have said somewhere around June 13th is the last top to be put in (even if it isn't a new high). I don't understand waves/cycles, so forgive me. I think they are goosing the crap out of the market, then when strikes start, the markets will go down out of "fear and uncertainty" and a "spike in oil prices". Anyone notice the energies are recovering and so are the metals? Holy shit something big could happen as soon as June. Any historians out there? The powers that be always do aggression on historical days, so maybe someone with more time than I can look into that today & post it?? Hope so.

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  15. PaidInGold:
    Im so low that if I even hit the strike price, I will be considered a Swedish millionare, and if not, Im barely losing my waged 200 pcs. soda can\bottles returnal fees for the year. ;)
    (I see it as super-insurance\lottery.)

    I answered your questions regarding energy in a post before, however a short version:

    -Oil and Gas as commodities are no brainers, go for it!

    -Energy as a 'commodity' will slowly go up in the very long run. I dont know what company to go for, cause I don't want to touch the stock paper market with that much money to make it worthwhile.

    -Uranium is uncertain in the mid run, Im not touching it.


    Earthquakes: Yes, still no serious relief in the pacific\SA-region, but a mere 4.6M in the Indonesian region, but it was at a staggering depth of 250 miles!?!? Wieeerd!
    Also, Japan seems to finally be quiet again (?)

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  16. Why not Iran? Or Chicago? Or Japan?
    http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima.html

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  17. slightly off topic but -
    ON JUNE 8, 1967, while patrolling in international waters in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, USS Liberty (AGTR-5) was savagely attacked without warning or justification by air and naval forces of the state of Israel. Of a crew of 294 officers and men (including three civilians), the ship suffered thirty four (34) killed in action and one hundred seventy three (173) wounded in action. The ship itself, a Forty Million ($40,000,000) Dollar state of the art signals intelligence (SIGINT) platform, was so badly damaged that it never sailed on an operational mission again and was sold in 1970 for $101,666.66 as scrap. http://www.usslibertyveterans.org/

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  18. @walp86

    Thanks broham for your input. I will go look for your other post again! Cheers!

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  19. Heward, thanks! Was looking for the latter.

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  20. Ah israel. looks like she wants to be the only nuclear threat/power in the mid east. lets have a level playing field izzy, everyone needs an ace in the hole not just you. No balance makes for a nation to corrupt (absolute power corrupts absolutely)

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  21. @tkemper not if Russian scientists get killed.

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  22. first off educate yourself and take the time to watch this young guy, ryan dawson break down how israel uses the the usa as a stick to fight muslims

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP5JfKPoIl4

    might want to read FINAL JUDGEMENT by michael collins piper, who points out how Diamona was shut down (the place Vanunu furtively filmed) and led to JFK's murder; altho the cia and dulles being scattered and canned, silver backing, Nam, and crossing the mob led to a five-sided turkey shoot where the only good Prez we ever had got slaughtered in a coordinated fever of hate.

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  23. Not trying to pick any fights here based on the above comments but has anyone read a bible.?

    Read Isaiah 17.....That has never happened. Israel nukes Damascus at some point in the future. That seems to be right on the horizon in this next war. Just pointing out that they will indeed use their weapons against Syria.

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  24. I guess Isreal figured that given it's unamicable ("we will wipe Isreal off the face of the Earth!") history with its neighbors, it probably shouldnt base its security on it's Muslim neighbors' good will and promises to be nice.
    Oh wait, Iran didnt promise to be nice...

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  25. strannick,

    you got your facts wrong. You listened to how the agenda driven MSM (read: jew owned) interpreted Mahmoud Ahmadinejad comments, not actually what he said... welcome to the world of sheep brainwashing

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  26. Get yer facts right before you tell someone they got em wrong.
    I wasnt talking about Mahamed-whatever-his-name-is at all.
    I was referring to the decades of Muslim love letters to Isreal from all its sweet-heart neighbors.
    "Welcome to the world of sheep brainwashing?" Your previous comments make your attempted irony sound sincere.

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  27. @Strannick The phrase "wipe Israel (note correct spelling of the country) off the map" was attributed to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and summarily exposed as a Zionist lie. He never said it. So in fact you were talking about "Mahamed-whatever-his-name-is", you're just too ignorant to know it.

    But thanks for playing...

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  28. I guess my uncited throw-away attempted amalgamation of Muslim goodly sentiment (touche? or just touchy?) had a recent affinity with Mahamed (sp.?)-whatever-his-name-is, but would probably be equally attributable to the 50 year pagentry of Muslim el-Presidente lovelies from Nasser, through Arafat, and right up to the present gang of -what should we call them-, enlightened freedom fighters?
    You shouldnt be so particular about 'Zionist' lies, when there are all sorts of flavors to go around.

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  29. @Strannick Zionist lies impact the world the most. Generally in a profound negative fashion. Hense the added scrutiny.

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  30. Lies are lies, and hence its proundly immaterial who speaks them.

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