Benjamin Netanyahu is messianic according to certain Israeli security officials. A megalomaniac....the perfect leader of Israel. A nation heavily into paranoia porn.
Benjamin Netanhau is gay......visiting certain New York gay bars to watch live BDSM shows.
This is not Abu Gayrape or Guantanamo Gang bang
"The abuse at Abu Ghraib is certainly foreign to traditional concepts of American justice, so how did it come about? After sifting through mountains of evidence, I believe that question can be definitively answered: The same Jewish supremacist forces that orchestrated the Iraq War also brought to Iraq the torture methods of the Israeli State. The tortures of Abu Ghraib are completely consonant with the history of Jewish supremacism. As Jewish manipulators exercise their supremacy over our political and media establishment, America becomes more and more their agent in these crimes. We do so at the risk of all we hold dear."
"What was more interesting was that many of those who were tortured turned out to be innocent. The brutal acts that happened in Abu Ghraib included rape, sodomy, homicide, and even urinating on detainees and having them masturbate "
Benjamin Netanyahu's shrink committed suicide a few years back.
Insists Iran's Civilian Infrastructure 'Completely Unnecessary'
by Jason Ditz, at antiwar.com
Speaking over the weekend during a visit to Italy, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed Israel has no problems with Iran having a civilian nuclear program, and that the objections to the P5+1 nuclear deal are purely because of “military implications.”
This is paradoxical, of course, as Israeli intelligence has repeatedly affirmed that Iran only has a civilian nuclear program to begin with, and Netanyahu has been harping on about it as an “existential threat” to Israel for decades irrespective of that(Civilian nuclear program).
The attempt at splitting the difference appears to be a function of Netanyahu trying to appear less unreasonable during a visit to Europe, with his visits to the US much more belligerent about Iran in general, with little concern about the “why” of hostility toward Iran, something his party has long treated as an end unto itself.
Netanyahu went on, however, to complain that Iran’s civilian nuclear infrastructure is “completely unnecessary” and shouldn’t be allowed, going on to say that Iran’s ability to enrich its own uranium was “vital to manufacturing nuclear weapons.”
Despite Netanyahu claiming the deal allows Iran to “expand” its enrichment, it actually doesn’t, and indeed the whole reason Iran has insisted on having the ability to enrich fuel for its own nuclear facilities is because, amid intense Israeli and US pressure, Iran has often struggled to obtain the fuel from abroad.