What Might Netanyahu Do if Romney’s Defeat Becomes Inevitable?


By Alan Hart

Even before his latest reported gaffe the polls were indicating that Romney will fail in his Zionist-backed bid to deny President Obama a second term in the White House.

After the Republican presidential candidate tried and failed to make political capital out of the killing of the American ambassador and three of his colleagues in Libya, Obama said (on CBS’s 60 Minutes) “Governor Romney seems to have a tendency to shoot first and aim later.” Staying with the shooting metaphor, it seems to me that with his latest gaffe Romney has shot himself in both feet and possibly elsewhere in his anatomy.

Here is what he said to a behind-closed-doors meeting with Republican funders who each paid a minimum of $50,000 to hear him:

“There are 47% of the country who will vote for the president no matter what.” And this 47% were people, he added, “who believe they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to take care of them, who believe they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. It is not my job to worry about these people.” (We know that’s what Romney did say because he was secretly filmed saying it).

This was the same Romney whose campaign propaganda had previously proclaimed that he wanted “to help all Americans struggling in the Obama economy.”

In a New York Times opinion piece David Brooks argues the case for saying that Romney is running “a desperately inept presidential campaign… There’s no way the country will trust the Republican Party to reform the welfare state if that party doesn’t have a basic commitment to provide a safety net for those who suffer for no fault of their own… As a description of America today, Romney’s (47%) comment is a country-club fantasy. It’s what self-satisfied millionaires say to each other. It reinforces every negative view people have about Romney.”

So to my headline question: What might Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu do when his American sponsors tell him, possibly in the coming few days, that Romney isn’t going to win?

In my view the question is worth asking because Netanyahu already knows there is no way the America of a second-term Obama is going to become engaged in a war with Iran. Netanyahu may also know that though they are now on hold until after the American election, secret talks between the Obama administration through a third party and Iran have made significant progress. According to my source with access to these talks, the clear implication is that early in his second term Obama will bring the nuclear crisis with Iran to an end by politics and diplomacy.

A few weeks ago I would have answered my headline question by saying there was more than a 50-50 chance that if and when he was told that Romney was not going to win the race for the White House, Netanyahu would give the “Go” signal for an attack on Iran, in the belief that in order to best protect his election prospects Obama would be forced to commit American weapons and forces.

But in a few weeks things have changed a lot. Not only is Obama now well placed to secure a second term, if only by default on Romney’s part, there is also a growing realization in America that, on Netanyahu’s behalf, the Zionist lobby and its stooges in Congress have overplayed their hand in trying to influence the American election and push the US into war. (In my last post I quoted TIME‘s much respected Joe Klein describing this influence as “outrageous and disgusting… as cynical as it is brazen.” I have no doubt that Klein was speaking for many Americans, and probably more than a few Republicans as well as most Democrats).

Most significant of all are poll findings that most Americans do not want their country to go to war with Iran even if Israel starts it. Perhaps most remarkable of all was a poll by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. More than half of the respondents said that if Israel starts a war with Iran, the US should not leap to Israel’s defense.

So if and when he is told that Romney won’t be the next president, Netanyahu will have a problem. He could no longer be certain that he can cause Obama to go to war in what remains of his first term.

While I was thinking about what Netanyahu might actually do, I recalled a conversation I had with Ezer Weizman in early 1980 when he was the defense minister in Begin’s coalition government. What follows is a part of that conversation as set down in my book Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews, Volume Three sub-titled Conflict Without End?, Chapter 12 The Blood Oath. Ezer was half an hour late for an appointment I had with him and I had been shown into his outer office to wait for him.

I heard the sound of heavy, weary footsteps coming up the stone stairs. When Ezer filled the frame of the doorway to the outer office of his inner sanctum it was obvious that he was not his usual energetic, breezy self. He had the look of a haunted man. He managed a smile and said “Shalom.” Then, without another word, he put an arm around my shoulder and walked me into his office. He closed the door, nodded me to a seat on the other side of his ministerial desk and flopped into his own chair. He pushed it back and plonked his feet on the desk. He was looking straight at me but through me, to something only visible in his imagination.

I let the silence run and then, eventually, I said: “Ezer, you’ve obviously got a major problem on your mind. Shall I make an appointment for another day?”

Eventually he spoke. On reflection I am sure he told me what he did only because I was there. He needed to tell somebody and it happened by chance to be me.

He said, slowly and with quiet emphasis:

“This lunchtime Sharon convened a secret meeting of some of our generals and other top military and security people. They signed a blood oath which commits them to fight to the death to prevent any government of Israel withdrawing from the West Bank.” Pause. “I know that’s what happened at the meeting because I’ve checked it out, and that’s why I am late.”

In the event of a government decision to withdraw, Ezer said, Sharon was pledged to set up headquarters on the West Bank, and those in Israel’s armed forces who were loyal to him would make common cause with the armed settlers who wanted to fight.

I told Ezer what Peres had said to me weeks previously – that Begin was creating the conditions for a Jewish civil war, knowing, as Peres had put it, that no Israeli prime minister would trigger it by agreeing to withdraw from the West Bank.

Ezer nodded and then asked me a question. Did I think Sharon would act in accordance with the blood oath he and others had signed?

I said: “What I think is of no consequence. I’m a visiting goy. You’re Israel’s defence minister, what do you think?”

Ezer replied: “Of course, he would. He’s mad enough to nuke the entire fucking Arab world!”

Question: Is Netanyahu mad enough to order an attack on Iran in what remains of Obama’s first term without the president’s blessing and American participation?

Who knows?

In his secretly recorded statement to Republican fundraisers Romney also said, according to the Associated Press, that “the Palestinians are committed to the destruction and elimination of Israel” and that the prospects for a two-state solution to Mideast peace are dim. “You hope for some degree of stability, but you recognize that this is going to remain an unsolved problem, and we kick the ball down the field and hope that ultimately, somehow, something will happen and resolve it.”

In what was said to be a “rambling response” to a question about the “Palestine problem” (it’s actually a Jewish problem), he also asserted that “The Palestinians have no interest whatsoever in establishing peace,” and “the pathway to peace is almost unthinkable to accomplish.”

And there was more nonsense where that came from. He was, he said, against applying any pressure on Israel to give up “disputed” territory for a two-state solution with the Palestinians. “The idea of pushing on the Israelis to give something up to get the Palestinians to act is the worst idea in the world.”

It’s because Romney is so ignorant about foreign policy matters that he is delighted to read from Zionism’s script. What a disaster for America and the world a President Romney would be!

In one of his most stupid statements while grovelling for Zionist organized campaign funds and votes, Romney accused Obama of “throwing Israel under a bus.” Perhaps somebody should say it’s time for Obama to throw Romney and Netanyahu under it. (Okay, I just said it).

Alan Hart has been engaged with events in the Middle East and their global consequences and terrifying implications – the possibility of a Clash of Civilisations, Judeo-Christian v Islamic, and, along the way, another great turning against the Jews – for nearly 40 years… Alan is author of “Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews” – http://www.alanhart.net

  1. #1 by Wally D. on September 20, 2012 - 3:15 pm

    Throwing Netanyahu under the bus is good for America and Obama should do it for the greater good of America. Romney is merely the token goyim in Netanyahu’s war party council and will be dropped when his stupidity proves no longer useful.

  2. #2 by Mahmoud El-Yousseph on September 20, 2012 - 11:27 pm

    Throwing Romeny and Satanyahoo under the bus will give peace a chance in the Middle East. Palestinians and Israelis will be much closer to reaching a peace agreement, when neither one of these two scumbags are in power.

    The world would be a better place in live in.

  3. #3 by annebeck58 on September 21, 2012 - 2:59 am

    Believe me, Obama will bomb Iran, once (s)election is over. Why else would we have troops in Izrahell? Bibi’s throwing a fit to get his puppet, O, the votes. It’s am act!

  4. #4 by Bob on September 21, 2012 - 3:02 am

    I would not discount the idea of the Israelis initiating a war with Iran in October. We need to understand what the dynamics in play really are. This is a struggle, not between American interests and Israeli interests, but between competing Jewish factions. The more hawkish (and reckless) faction has just experienced an unprecedented run of success co-opting US policy in order to have the US military engage in an entire string of wars to crush nations which were seen as obstacles to Jewish power.

    This more hawkish faction views the world in this light and they are eager to press forward and complete the destruction of the nations that were on their “hit list” (spelled out by the PNAC crowd long before 9/11) while the US is still in a position to carry out these wars. They realize that the American public is growing weary of these wars and American power is subject to a rapid decline which may have already commenced. This is the underlying logic of the “Netanyahu crowd”. They are willing to gamble everything to press the US into a war with Iran now because they know that America will simply lack the wherewithal to do it later no matter how much Jewish pressure is applied.

    The more conservative (some would say rational) Jewish leadership sees the very real danger of a great “over-reach” which could lead to another great backlash against world Jewry and destroy all of the gains they have made right at the moment when they have reached the apex of their power. They are right to be concerned as this has happened over and over throughout the history of the Jewish Diaspora. In fact it has happened dozens of times…and the result has been the wholesale expulsion of Jews from the affected country.

    The difference this time is that this over-reach will have global consequences for world Jewry. If the American people revolt against Jewish rule, is there really any doubt that the Europeans and the Anglophone states will not follow this lead and revolt as well? It is largely only the enormous power of the US (which has been at the disposal of world Jewry for several decades now) which has compelled these other nations to also submit to Jewish domination. Once Jewish control in the US is ended, there is every reason to expect that Jewish control across the Western world will collapse as well.

    In the past experiences there was always somewhere else for Jewry to go and start over, but in this case the scale will essentially be global. Where is it that world Jewry would be expelled to? In the event of another great backlash which stretched across the entire Western world, where could world Jewry find shelter and a new start? Their collectivist strategy works well when they ensconce themselves among an individualist culture, particularly when they can blend in when need be. But in the East, there are no such nations. Even if Jewry would be welcomed in any of the eastern nations (which is highly unlikely) what would be the prospects of ever achieving anything beyond grinding out a meager existence as a “tolerated”, if not oppressed, minority?

    What Netanyahu and his crowd are doing is “betting it all”. If they get their war with Iran and everything goes sour (as it almost certainly would) it could mean the end of Jewish power forever…So you see, this is a very high stakes struggle between Jewish interests in which we goyim are largely spectators, even if our futures are not any less on the line.

  5. #5 by Garibaldi on September 21, 2012 - 5:23 am

    How about a sequel, Alan? “What Might Sheldon Adelson Do If Romney’s Defeat Becomes Inevitable?”
    Raid Bain Capital?

  6. #6 by michael mazur on September 21, 2012 - 12:39 pm

    If there were an election next month in Israel, Netanyahu has already lost it. So, he’d better not start something in Iran between now and Oct2013 because not only will his irrevocable defeat electorally be a slate wiper for his party, but also because America will not attack Iran, nor respond immediately to a Iranian missile attack on Israel, resulting in significant losses in Israel.

    What Obama will do is ask that the Iranians cease fire, while at the same time use US anti missile capabilities to intercept as many as possible of the incoming Iranian missiles.

    Obama, the Schwartzer, will have secured for himself his second term handsomely, and Statesmanlike, while Netanyahu, the archetypal Ashkenazi racist Jew – on whose orders Black Africans are now being deported, will have been consigned to the political wilderness forever, if he’s not beaten to death before then by an angry mob of Jews feeling keenly the needless deaths of thousands of fellow Jews under Iranian missiles.

  7. #7 by Bob on September 21, 2012 - 5:06 pm

    Michael I would argue that Netanyahu’s unpopularity in Israel today is primarily a result of his bringing the Jewish financial elite’s campaign of economic rape home to Israel itself. I’ve always found it ironic that the very same Jewish elites who run the international financial system which has been busily dismantling social safety nets, international trade barriers and maximizing the “skim” which the financial system rakes off the top of the world’s economies (and families) has at the same time supported a massive socialist welfare system in Israel itself.

    The Israelis have largely been spared the ravages of the Jewish financial system which has been inflicted upon the most of the rest of the world. But Netanyahu has changed that in a very dramatic fashion. His policies have exposed the average Israeli Jew to the same kind of pain and hardship which can be seen around the world. This is what has brought Israeli Jews out into the streets by the tens of thousands, not the occupation of the Palestinians, not the overt militarism of the Israeli state, not the constant threats to Israel’s neighbors, not even the disastrous war in Lebanon so clumsily executed by his predecessor.

    His foreign policy has contributed to his unpopularity only to the extent that he has been unsuccessful. Israelis by and large have no problem with bombing goyish nations whenever doing so might be useful to expand Zionist interests. They have clearly made the choice against any real peace and seem to have adjusted themselves to accept a perpetual state of war as the price for continued Jewish supremacy.

    Netanyahu is no fool. I also do not believe that his primary motivation is winning the next election. I believe that he is convinced that it is his destiny to expand Jewish power and set the stage for the realization of the “Greater Israel” whose territory will extend from the Nile to the Euphrates. The destruction and/or subjugation of Iran are a prerequisite to the realization of that dream. I believe that he is willing to risk the very survival of world Jewry to that end….risking the political prospects of Likud or his own personal political fortunes are minor considerations given the stakes of the game he is playing.

    If he can successfully drag the US into a war that destroys the Iranians and sets the stage for a great expansion of Israeli/Jewish power, not only will his popularity ratings in Israel dramatically improve, he will become a legendary Jewish hero whose name will live forever. The success of his plan does not turn on how many Israelis might die in Iranian missile strikes. In fact, the more Israelis who perish the better his plan will work. The window where this dream of greater Israel could be realized is beginning to close and there may never be a better opportunity to bring about this dream of a “Greater Israel”. As US power recedes, so too will Jewish power. The next rising great power is China, and there is no realistic prospect that the Jewish people will ever be able to gain the kind of direct control of China that they have over America. I believe that Netanyahu is correct in his assessment that it is “now or never”.

    His strategy turns on three key questions:

    1. Can he maneuver the Americans into a war with Iran?
    2. Can the Americans successfully prosecute that war to the point that the Iranians are either destroyed or subjugated?
    3. Can this be accomplished without inciting a goyish revolt in the US (particularly among the US military)?

    If the answer to the first question is no, then Netanyahu has probably destroyed his own political career, and exposed Jewish power to the kind of sunlight that is very dangerous for them. If the answer to #1 is yes, but the answer to either or both #2 and 3 turn out to be no, then the costs of his gamble become astronomical.

    If the answers to all three questions turns out to be in the affirmative (and Netanyahu is betting it all that it will be) then Netanyahu’s strategy will be successful and the rewards will be stupendous….but if he initiates a war with Iran and the answers to any one of these questions turns out to be negative, the consequences could be horrendous for world Jewry.

  8. #8 by annebeck58 on September 21, 2012 - 5:24 pm

    @Girabaldi; absolutely.
    However, I still see Mitt RMoney as a fall-guy. Why else would the GOP and RNC work so hard, and commit so many criminal acts, if not to keep Obambi in power? (whatever power a puppet dictator may hold)?
    Until and unless Obama completely stands up to Izrahell and Bibi, and we all know this is not going to happen, O is in and R Money is out. The numbers, beginning the day following the selection of Mitt, have steadily declined on the side of GOP, and gone up on the side of O and Bibi. Even that loser, McCain, was looking a lot better following the conventions (coronations).
    Think about this, too: How many elections has Mitt ever won? The answer is pretty easy to find. One. He won once. For all of the column-space dedicated to Mitt, he’s only “won” once, and that win came at a huge cost to the GOP.
    Could be that this win has began the suicide of that party. Or, the party will be opened to the true libertarian-minded Republicans, not the NeoCons (heck, they have the Dems, anyway). Even though the GOP is now working to remove each and every patriot from “their party”, and I know as I am one (elected official) they are trying to oust, they will be left with a very small party should this actually happen.
    Pay attention to the next four days, within GOP circles, to see how that goes for “them”.

  9. #9 by Bob on September 21, 2012 - 5:26 pm

    If Netanyahu initiates a war with Iran he will be forcing the struggle currently underway in Washington between the Jewish dominated political powers and the goyish led US military to a head. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Obama’s handlers will demand that he intervene immediately and forcefully…not just to halt Iranian missile attacks, but to destroy Iran.

    World Jewry will use every means at its disposal to compel the US military to intervene. There will be a full court press by the MSM and congress. I suspect that any US military leader who directly refuses an order to intervene will be immediately sacked and replaced with someone willing to do the job. This might be countered by the entire JCS resigning en masse and in public. I think it is open to question how such a scenario would play out.

    I suspect that the Israelis are keeping close tabs on all the senior US military officers and are no doubt busily trying to replace those they see as most likely to resist such an order. In fact, the Israeli assessment of the potential reaction of the senior US military leadership to an Israeli attack on Iran is almost certainly THE KEY determinant in their deliberations. They know they have absolutely nothing to fear from Obama or the congress. Those institutions are firmly under their control. It is only the “loyalty” of the US military leadership to Jewish interests which is open to question. I also expect that the senior US military leadership is also keenly aware of this dynamic.

  10. #10 by SEARCHLIGHT on September 21, 2012 - 5:27 pm

    That was the reason the republican trators chose Mit Romney, the knew he was a WAR MONGER no difference tha the BLACK JEW we have in the white house, who is trying very hard to convince PUTIN to change his policy of non involbment with the mid east, I would not be surprised, if in order to do so the ZIONIST JEWS will offer ALASKA back to Russia as a way of making Putin to change His mind. after all this criminals if they are willing to kill any body for the sake of carry on with their HELLBEND agenda, nothing is imposible for them to do, with the control they have over our once Government. The JEWS WANT OBAMA and I am sure is not because they love America. RON PAUL WAS THE ONLY HUMAN HOPE WE HAD. NOW THE ONLY OPPTION WILL BE THE SWHAT THE REAL PATRIOTS OF AMERICA WOULD BE WILLING TO DO AS A WHOLE after that then JESUS CHRIST WILL COME AND SETTLE ALL DISPUTES.

  11. #11 by amerikagulag on September 21, 2012 - 9:09 pm

    The JEWS will have the GREATER ISRAEL one way or another, unless they’re stopped.

    Look for Jeb Bush to enter the sham/scam/election-type-thing.

  12. #12 by Wally D. on September 22, 2012 - 2:41 am

    Nice analysis, Bob

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