Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran’s ayatollahs of “planning a new genocide” against the Jewish people and vowed to prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons.Netanyahu epitomizes the paranoid, delusional Jew, always imagining that some evil "anti-Semitic" bully is out to get him and his kinsmen for no reason. This is a typical trait of Jews, which is promoted and reinforced by the organized Jewish community at every possible opportunity. They believe they are the eternal victim, persecuted and scapegoated where ever they go for no reason other than the fact they are Jews. Their behavior and actions have nothing to do with "anti-Semitism," and a second "Holocaust" is always on the horizon.
During a speech on International Holocaust Remembrance Day Tuesday, Netanyahu said that his duty as PM was to “ensure that the State of Israel will never again be threatened with destruction,” and that the agreement being negotiated between the P5+1 world powers and Iran did just that.
“The pending agreement with Iran is an agreement that endangers the State of Israel. It leaves Iran with the capabilities that will allow it to arm itself with nuclear weapons, one bomb at first and afterwards many atomic bombs. We cannot live with such an agreement,” he said at the Yad Vashem Museum in Jerusalem, adding that Israel will “reject any agreement that leaves Iran as a nuclear threshold state.”
“The ayatollahs in Iran, they deny the Holocaust while planning another genocide against our people. The Jewish people will defend itself by itself against any threat. That’s what the Jewish state is all about,” he went on.
Netanyahu warned that a nuclear deal with Tehran was “sure to spark a nuclear arms race in the region that would turn the Middle East into a nuclear tinderbox.”
Vowing to vigorously oppose any such scenario, Netanyahu said he will do what “needs to be done to ensure the security of the Jewish people and the one and only Jewish state.”
The prime minister lamented the resurgence of anti-Semitism around the world, and blasted the “obsession with the Jewish people and their state.”
Along with the assault and vilification of Jews in Europe, the Mideast and the West, Netanyahu said Israel was also being “assaulted with the same slurs and libels that have been leveled at the Jews since time immemorial.
“Some things just don’t change. But I can tell you today what has changed.We have changed. The Jews have changed. We are no longer a stateless people endlessly searching for a safe haven. We are no longer a powerless people begging others to protect us. Today we are an independent and sovereign people in our ancestral homeland. Today we can speak out against the hateful voices of those seeking our destruction. Today we can protect ourselves and defend our freedom,” said Netanyahu. [...]
In reality, Iran is one of the most respectable and peaceful countries in the world today, and is not in any way "planning a genocide" against the Jews, as Netanyahu absurdly claimed. In fact, according to Haaretz, a popular Israeli media outlet, Iranian Jews are perfectly safe and secure in Iran:
More than a thousand people trekked across Iran this past week to visit a shrine in this ancient Persian city, a pilgrimage like many others in the Islamic Republic — until you notice men there wearing yarmulkes.Netanyahu's utterly delusional statements come at a time when Jews are ensconced in the most important and influential positions of power and influence in Western society. The organized Jewish community essentially has a lock on American politics and elections, and they outright control or heavily influence a number of important sectors and institutions of the U.S. economy and political establishment, including the mainstream mass media, Wall Street, and the Federal Reserve System. The Western world, particularly the United States, provides the Jewish state of Israel unwavering political, financial, and diplomatic support, no matter the circumstances. Criticizing or even pointing out Jewish power and influence in the West, challenging their interpretation and narrative of history and modern events, and criticizing the Jewish state of Israel are easily the greatest social taboos of our times. The Iranian government has repeatedly made clear that they have no desire to start a war against Israel, and are certainly not interested in "exterminating" the Jews, as Netanyahu would have people believe.
Iran, a home for Jews for more than 3,000 years, has the Middle East's largest Jewish population outside of Israel, a perennial foe of the country. But while Iran's Jews in recent years had their faith continually criticized by the country's previous governments, they've found new acceptance under moderate President Hassan Rohani.
"The government has listened to our grievances and requests. That we are being consulted is an important step forward," said Homayoun Samiah, leader of the Tehran Jewish Association. [...]
... since Rohani took office last year, Jews say they have been heartened by the support they've received. His government agreed to allow Jewish schools to be closed on Saturdays to mark Shabbat, the day of rest. Rouhani also allocated the equivalent of $400,000 to a Jewish charity hospital in Tehran and invited the country's only Jewish lawmaker to accompany him to the United Nations General Assembly in New York last year.
"We were fearful in the '80s. We were feeling the pressure. Now, we are not concerned anymore. We feel secure and enjoy freedoms," said Mahvash Kohan, a female Jewish pilgrim who came to Yazd from Shiraz. "In the past, Israel and others were providing incentives such as housing that lured some Jews. Now, it's not like that. And Iranian Jews have better living and working conditions in Iran. So, no one is willing to leave now." [...]
What Netanyahu and other prominent and influential leaders in the organized Jewish community do have to fear is an increased public awareness of just who the Jews are, what their agenda is, what outrageous, unforgivable crimes and atrocities they have committed, and how they have influenced and shaped American society and politics. When the Jewish spell over the Western world is finally broken, Netanyahu and his international Jewish mafia will be in big trouble.