Boston bombing will boost U.S. support for Israel, says Netanyahu aide


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More Americans identify with Israel after terror attacks, says Ron Dermer, possible next Israeli envoy to Washington, to U.S. Jewish leaders.

ed note–sound familiar? It should. Netanyahu said virtually the EXACT same thing in the aftermath of the Israeli engineered act of war against America on 9/11, saying the attacks were ‘good’ as they would generate ‘immediate sympathy for Israel.’

Haaretz

Ron Dermer, a diplomatic advisor consultant to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and candidate for the post of Israeli ambassador to Washington, told a closed meeting of U.S. Jewish leaders in New York last week that the Boston marathon bombings would increase American support for Israel – just as that support increased following the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

Dermer made his remarks last Wednesday, two days after explosions rocked the Boston Marathon, killing three people and wounding nearly 200 more. Dermer, considered one of Netanyahu’s closest associates, is currently on vacation, after having finished his stint as a senior adviser at the Prime Minister’s Bureau.

“The bulk of the American people stand firmly with Israel and identify with Israel,” Dermer said, in a video filmed by blogger Jacob Kornbluh. “If you can look, historically, there was a big change after 9/11, and I am sure that after the tragic bombing in Boston, people will identify more with Israel and its struggle against terrorism and we can maintain that support.”

During his briefing with the Jewish leaders, Dermer surveyed the situation in the Middle East, and also gave them a glimpse at Netanyahu’s position regarding a possible Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.

“Netanyahu is very prudent in the use of force,” Dermer said. “One columnist once called him a trigger-happy prime minister – that is ridiculous. He is the least trigger-happy prime minister Israel has ever had. When he uses force, he wants to do it wisely and when it is critical to Israel’s security. He is the second-longest-serving prime minister in the history of Israel after [David] Ben-Gurion – and like Ben-Gurion I believe that, when push comes to shove, he will face all the pressure in the world and will do what is necessary to protect Israel.”

Dermer also discussed the situation in the West Bank, saying the reality there has changed for the worse. “If you look at the situation today in the West Bank, we are dealing with a different reality,” he said. “Some people are worried by a third intifada. I don’t know if that is going to happen, but there is no question that there is a sense that the pot is beginning to boil over.”

Dermer said that the resignation last week of Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad will not benefit peacemaking efforts. “In my view Fayyad was the first Palestinian leader in a century who cared about the Palestinians,” Dermer said.

“There have been many Palestinian leaders that cared about the Palestinian cause, but Fayyad is the first to actually care about the Palestinians. From that point of view – not because he is a Zionist – he was a peace partner, because he wanted a better life for them. Any Palestinian leader who wants a better life for the Palestinians would want to have peace with Israel.”

Dermer also remarked on Israel’s regional status, and emphasized that Netanyahu’s diplomacy has focused on resolving secondary issues to make way for the real strategic issues facing Israel. He cited the cease-fire with Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip and the rapprochement with Turkey as two examples of this approach.

“We have to try and move as many non-strategic issues off the table,” he said. “We are facing many fronts simultaneously…. The best juggler in the world could deal with five, six or seven balls – eventually one will drop.”

With regard to Hamas, Dermer said, “Nobody is under any illusions about Hamas, but when it comes to threats facing Israel, they are going to have to wait in line because we’ve got bigger fish we need to deal with.” He said the same goes for Turkey: “No one is under any illusions about the Turkish government, but if we can remove something from the agenda, take half of it off the plate with a minimal price, then that’s what we have to do.”

Dermer also discussed the situation in Egypt and Jordan, comparing the Sinai Peninsula with the “Wild West” of terror groups. “The situation in Sinai is completely unstable and almost every terror group in the region is setting up shop over there,” he said.

Meanwhile, in Israel’s other neighbor Jordan, King Abdullah is facing unprecedented pressure since taking the throne: He faces enormous political challenges and demands for reform, Dermer told the crowd.

Finally, Dermer also denied claims from American experts that Israel fudged data about the performance of Iron Dome anti-missile defense system rockets.
“I was with the prime minister in the war room during the war [in Gaza],” he said. “When the IDF chief of staff walks into the room, it’s what we would call a ‘no-spin zone.’ In that room, you have to tell the truth to the prime minister, because it’s a matter of life and death. Iron Dome works, and it works brilliantly.”

  1. #1 by CK on April 21, 2013 - 2:36 pm

    Same thing Bibi said after 9/11. See a pattern here?

  2. #2 by Gary on April 21, 2013 - 2:53 pm

    more proof of israeli involvement

  3. #3 by Tony on April 21, 2013 - 3:59 pm

    Now read this article and notice how they “fit” together.

  4. #4 by escapefromobamastan on April 21, 2013 - 4:07 pm

    A growing number of Americans know their involvement in committing false flags in this country and their infiltration of the government (such as it is). The only solution is to get the Israelis OUT of this country and NEVER AGAIN let them interfere. It’s the only way to take our country back.

  5. #5 by Wally D. on April 21, 2013 - 4:42 pm

    That it will, but the big question remains, Was this effect intentional, or unintentional blowback from an FBI sting operation gone haywire?

  6. #6 by Wally D. on April 21, 2013 - 4:47 pm

    Most Americans fail to see the direct link between Israeli torture of prisoners and them injecting live viruses into those prisoners that have served their purposes, and an attack on Israel’s enforcer, America.

  7. #7 by Blake on April 21, 2013 - 5:27 pm

    DeJa Vu

  8. #9 by 1bigcree Shadowhawk on April 21, 2013 - 6:33 pm

    Wishful thinking on their parts. The bulk of US Americans as well as the rest of the planet’s population DESPISE this shitty little illegitimate ‘Country’. At best it can hope to survive the coming tide of worldwide demands for prosecution of it’s leaders for Crimes Against Humanity, War Crimes, and the commission of False Flag Terror against innocent populations. NO Mr Dermer, you are wrong on all points and could not be more mistaken in your glib pronouncements regarding the deluded war criminal and hardcore sociopath Benyamin Netanyahu was was mocked and ridiculed for his ridiculous cartoon bomb speech last year at the UN. You are a fool Me Dermer. Not just a fool but equally culpable in the crimes this nut case has been fomenting against the Palestinians and the the inhabitants of this planet. Cowardly acts of violence and public pronouncements of superiority over ‘others’ he deems as ‘inferior’ are not only despicable but a brazen offense to all reasonable peace loving & intelligent self respecting people. Do not try and wax poetic or to put it in layman’s terms; ‘Put lipstick on a pig’. Ugly is ugly and you cannot make beautiful out of grotesque. You Mr Dermer are as deluded as your hero. The world has had it with ‘israel’. DAMN YOU!

  9. #10 by Moishe Dayan on April 21, 2013 - 9:44 pm

    Well, if it’s Good For Israel®, isn’t that all that really matters?

  10. #11 by Rick on April 22, 2013 - 12:00 am

    The spin has already begun from the Israelis. Here is their view on Debka, a Mossad mouthpiece: http://www.debka.com/article/22914/

  11. #12 by WIDEAWAKE on April 22, 2013 - 2:00 am

    Piss off bibi you scumbag!

  12. #13 by ppio on April 22, 2013 - 3:13 am

    #9 by 1bigcree Shadowhawk on April 21, 2013 – 6:33 pm

    sadly i think you are mistaken. the xtian zionists are far more deadly to america than the zionists themselves. this will only result in gulag like bolshevism along with decades of like treatment to wake up the ‘born again’. the problem is that they’ll take the rest of us down with them

  13. #14 by 1bigcree Shadowhawk on April 22, 2013 - 8:56 am

    ppio14 I was castigating Zionist Christians right along with NuttyYahoo. Are you kidding? They ARE worse because they enable the supremacist Jew so much and what do they get in return but mockery and spit in their faces.

  14. #15 by Franklin Ryckaert on April 22, 2013 - 10:18 am

    So now we understand WHY Israel committed the False Flag in Boston. Thank you Mr Dermer for giving us that insight.

  15. #16 by Isaac on April 22, 2013 - 9:31 pm

    It was the Mossad who did the Boston bombing and blame it on those 2 boys who had nothing to do with it. Its allways the same old, same old.

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