“The state of Israel must invent dangers, and to do this it must adopt the methods of provocation and revenge…. And above all, let us hope for a new war with the Arab countries so that we may finally get rid of our troubles and acquire our space.”
—Moshe Sharett, Israeli’s first Foreign Minister from 1948-1956, and Prime Minister from 1954-1956.
2012 Mark Glenn
Oftentimes body language speaks volumes. A dog simply staring at you means nothing, but if done in conjunction with bared teeth, drawn-back ears and a low, guttural growl, you know he isn’t—at least for the moment–interested in making good on the old saying concerning ‘man’s best friend’.
Likewise when it comes to the political body language of most countries. Known as ‘posturing’, others can get a pretty good idea what is lurking inside by examining what’s going on outside. It’s how geopolitical relationships—for better or for worse—are formulated that lead to all sorts of things, including trade, treaties, and yes, even war…
Like we said however, ‘most’ countries…
With Israel it is more than a little different, for the simple reason that (excepting her demands for money or military ventures from other countries) rarely does she ever mean what she says. Given that she swears by the motto of her intelligence/assassination/blackmail agency Mossad ‘by way of deception thou shalt do war’, she is constantly parleying in some strange dialect of gobbledy-gook akin to what’s heard at one of those ‘speaking in tongues’ churches found in the American south that only she can translate.
For her, body language is more nuanced and, well, deceptive. Like Judas bearing the kiss of death to his intended victim, so too does Israel say one thing but then mean another, again, monetary and political extortion being the very few and rare exceptions.
This is not to say however that when she speaks that the rest of the sane world is incapable of divining what it is she’s after. There is a method to understanding her madness that the more astute (and survival minded) can use to their benefit.
Most of the time, this methodology functions on the premise that (given her capacity for lying) it’s just a simple exercise of reversing the polarity of the equation. If she says ‘yes’ then more than likely what she means is ‘no’ and vice versa. If she appears pleased with a situation then chances are she is actually not.
Take Iran for example. The Jewish state knows good and damn well that Iran has no intention of building a bomb and then ‘wiping Israel off the map’ as the world has been told ad nauseum. Her own Deputy Foreign Minister Dan Meridor recently admitted to the fact that Iran (in the person of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) made no such statements thus, despite the screeching, shrieking and howling that has taken place for at least the last half decade by the JMSM.
But Israel knows that she can’t just lay her cards on the table and then get what she wants. She can’t say—
‘Hey, ya know, we really get our rocks off killing innocent Palestinians, Lebanese, etc, and a strong, influential country such as Iran might get in the way of us getting our fix of warporn. Besides, there’s that whole ‘Greater Israel’ thing, ya know, how our God Yahweh promised us all the land between the Nile and the Euphrates, and if Iran manages to unify the Middle East around her, that might screw things up as far as our biblical aspirations go.’
So instead, what the rest of the world gets is the ‘H’ Bomb—meaning ‘Holocaust’, over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over…
…until we are just at the point of saying—
‘Fine. We’ll bomb whoever the hell you want if we can just get a little peace and quiet in the process.’
Now, if there was ever a case of the Jewish state saying/doing one thing but then meaning another, the recent events involving Egypt are a perfect example.
For over a year now, beginning with the timultuosity of what’s become known as ‘the Arab Spring’, Israel—both officially and through her various paid partisan operatives working throughout the western JMSM–have spent an incredible amount of time, money and propaganda resources in whispering sweet nothings into the world’s ear concerning her ‘worry’.
(she has cried out loud in various news stories and OpEds)
‘…ARE WE GOING TO DO IF THE PEACE TREATY WITH EGYPT FALLS APART????? THE PEACE TREATY, THE PEACE TREATY, THE PEACE TREATY FOR GOD’S SAKE!!! EGYPT IS RIGHT ON OUR BORDER…MILLIONS OF BILLIONS OF HOSTILE, ANGRY AY-RABS, POURING OVER OUR BORDERS AND MASSACRING DEFENSELESS JEWS….MY GOD, MY GOD, WHY HAVE YOU FORSAKEN US?????’
…or something to that effect…
Now, the first thing that needs to be noted is that the PEACE TREATY Israel is spending millions of shekels publically kvetching about is the very same PEACE TREATY that Israel DID NOT WANT. It was only because the U.S. hinged additional financial aid to her acceptance of an agreement that ran counter to every Old Testament fiber in her religiously-sanctioned/ expansionist being that Israel acceded to it.
Equally important is the fact that she has spent every minute of every hour since 1979 waiting for the opportunity to arise where she could—without too much condemnation from the global political community—welch on it.
We read in the officially-adopted policy paper ‘A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties’ written by Oded Yinon the following—
…the State of Israel will have to go through far-reaching changes in its political and economic regime domestically, along with radical changes in its foreign policy, in order to stand up to the global and regional challenges of this new epoch. The loss of the Suez Canal oil fields, of the immense potential of the oil, gas and other natural resources in the Sinai peninsula which is geomorphologically identical to the rich oil-producing countries in the region, will result in an energy drain in the near future and will destroy our domestic economy: one quarter of our present GNP as well as one third of the budget is used for the purchase of oil. The search for raw materials in the Negev and on the coast will not, in the near future, serve to alter that state of affairs.
Regaining the Sinai peninsula with its present and potential resources is therefore a political priority which is obstructed by the Camp David peace agreements. The fault for that lies of course with the present Israeli government and the governments which paved the road to the policy of territorial compromise, the Alignment governments since 1967. American aid (to Egypt) is guaranteed only for a short while, for the terms of the peace and the weakening of the U.S. both at home and abroad will bring about a reduction in aid. Without oil and the income from it, we will have to act in order to return the situation to the status quo which existed in Sinai prior to Sadat’s visit and the mistaken peace agreement signed with him in March 1979.
Israel has two major routes through which to realize this purpose, one direct and the other indirect.
The direct option is the less realistic one because of the nature of the regime and government in Israel as well as the wisdom of Sadat who obtained our withdrawal from Sinai, which was, next to the war of 1973, his major achievement since he took power. Israel will not unilaterally break the treaty, unless it is very hard pressed economically and politically and Egypt provides Israel with the excuse to take the Sinai back into our hands for the fourth time in our short history.
What is left therefore, is the indirect option. The economic situation in Egypt will bring about a situation in which Israel will be forced to act directly or indirectly in order to regain control over Sinai as a strategic, economic and energy reserve for the long run. Egypt does not constitute a military strategic problem due to its internal conflicts and it could be driven back to the post 1967 war situation in no more than one day…
But more important than Oded Yinon’s policy paper is that OTHER ‘policy paper’ Israel uses in justifying and explaining her entire existence, meaning her religious texts—
…On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abraham, saying “To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river Euphrates”… Genesis, 15:18
…God spoke unto us saying, ‘Go to the hill-country and all the places nigh thereunto… in the Arabah, the hill-country and in the Lowland… in the South and by the sea-shore, the land of the Canaanites, and Lebanon, as far as the great river, the river Euphrates…Go in therefore and possess the land which the Lord swore unto your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, unto them and to their seed after them… Deuteronomy 1:6–8
…Every place whereon the sole of your foot shall tread shall be yours, from the wilderness, and Lebanon, from the river Euphrates, even unto the hinder sea shall be your border…Deuteronomy 11:24
…From the wilderness, and this Lebanon, even unto the great river, the Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites, and unto the Great Sea toward the going down of the sun, shall be your border…Joshua 1:4
…and that territory DECREED BY GAWD HIMSELF that is to encompass ‘Israel’ just happens to include the Sinai Peninsula, as well as every square millimeter of dirt between the Nile and Euphrates rivers, and ANY forfeiture of said territory is considered blasphemy worthy of death. God has spoken/matter closed, and anyone who considers differently should hire a medium and consult the ghost of Yitzhak Rabin, the murdered Israeli Prime Minister who made territorial concessions to the Arabs in what is known as the Oslo Agreement.
In addition to the fact that the god of Israel DEMANDS that the aforedescribed territory by held by Jews and JEWS ALONE, there is the other matter of ‘sentimentality’ to consider—
Yes, the very mountain where it is alleged in Jewish religious literature that Moses received the Ten Commandments. Moses, as important to Jews as Jesus Christ is to Christians and Mohammed to Muslims. Mount Sinai, a place (after Jerusalem) that is singularly the most important place to Judaism in the world.
In short, ‘ain’t NO WAY in hell’ the Jews are going to allow Mt. Sinai to be held by a bunch of dirty, swarthy ‘Ishmaelites’, the pejorative term used within Jewry to describe the Arabs.
So, the long and short of it is that Sinai HAS to be ‘redeemed’ (the term used by Zionists in stealing Arab land) and made part of Israel again…
The problem is, there is this PEACE TREATY that gave the land back to Egypt…
And Egypt WANTS the land. As the afore-cited policy paper by Oded Yinon notes, it is an invaluable economic asset for this impoverished country in terms of its natural resources (oil, natural gas, etc) and the Suez Canal is absolutely indispensable in its importance as a maritime waterway.
SO…HOW does Israel set up a situation whereby hostile posturing between the two countries develops, leading to an abrogation of the HATED 1979 Peace Treaty, leading to war, whereby Israel can then re-invade and re-pilfer the Sinai which she originally took in 1967?
Simple—An ‘Arab Spring’ that results in the removal of an Egyptian head of state and his governing body, replaced with a new, hostile government that does away with the Peace Treaty.
Of course, all this is not in and of itself necessarily enough. For full effect, we need ‘technicolor’, and by that we mean violence, terrorism, bloodshed, etc, etc, etc…
Cue terrorist groups in the Sinai, attacking tourist buses in Eilat, launching rockets into Israel, blowing up gas lines, etc, etc, etc.
Are we now beginning to see things a little more clearly? Are we now beginning to understand why the entire ‘Arab Spring’ took Israel ‘by surprise’? Why the US had various NGOs and organizations such as Freedom House, the International Republican Institute, the National Endowment for Democracy and other groups working in the region, fomenting unrest that eventually led to the removal of Mubarak?
Do we now understand better why a ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ hostile to Israel (and, more importantly, to the 1979 Peace Treaty) is being allowed by the U.S. to predominate as a political force in the Egyptian Parliament?
Do we now understand better why Israel has not paid her gas bill to Egypt for the last 4 months, leading to Egypt’s decision to halt any further gas transfers to the Jewish state, (a move currently being painted by the Jewish press as an ‘abrogation’ of the 1979 Peace Treaty) that will THEN be painted as a form of ‘economic warfare’ on the ‘beleaguered’ Jewish state, thus furthering the narrative of Israel’s justification for going to war for her own ‘survival’?
And so, at the end of the day, what we are forced to conclude in watching the aforedescribed body language and posturing taking place is that war is coming, and through a series of carefully-planned events and propaganda, Israel will engage in an encore performance of land grabbing and mayhem as she did in 1967. She will posture herself (and indeed is already in the process of doing so) as being alone, surrounded by hostile Arabs who are out to tear her to pieces and drive her into the sea.
Poor, defenseless little Israel…apple of God’s eye…Barely alive…barely breathing…and then, out of nowhere—
And in this stage-managed theatre of religiously-inspired war, Israel will do what she does (and always HAS done) best—Steal and murder, like the Hebrita Bandita she is, and further perpetuate the problems and suffering the world has already been witness to over the course of the last half century.
And as shocked as some may be, the fact is that none should be surprised when all this does indeed take place, since, after all, the signs are all there, as clear and as menacing as a bad moon.
post script–literally within seconds of me posting the previous article, the following piece appearing on the Israel National News website was sent to me–
Lieberman Warns Netanyahu Egypt More Dangerous than Iran
Foreign Minister Lieberman has warned Prime Minister Netanyahu that Egypt presents more of a security danger than Iran.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has warned Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that Egypt presents more of a security danger than Iran.
“We have to be prepared for all possibilities,” the Foreign Minister warned the Prime Minister. He suggested that the IDF create three or four southern divisions in the wake of a social and economic deterioration in Egypt and the increasing number of Egyptian troops in the Sinai Peninsula.
Lieberman pointed out to the Prime Minister that Egypt is the largest Arab nation that has a common border with Israel and also has a peace treaty with it.
Cairo ostensibly is trying to regain control of the Sinai from terrorist gangs, but Lieberman has said the soldiers are ineffective. If the upcoming presidential elections are followed by a revisal, if not cancellation, of the peace treaty with Israel, the Foreign Minister expects that Israel will be a natural target for the regime to target a foreign country as an enemy and draw attention away from domestic problems.
He said Egypt is likely to violate the peace treaty by sending in more troops with heavy arms, prohibited by the treaty. The Foreign Minister pointed out that last year Egypt deployed two divisions, and that Israel approved the move only after it had become a fait accompli.
Lieberman recently held a closed-door discussion with Prime Minister Netanyahu, according to the Hebrew language newspaper Maariv.
Foreign Minister Lieberman predicted four years ago that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak would fall. Maariv said that when Lieberman mentioned the warning to then-U.S. Middle East envoy George Mitchell, the American diplomat “raised his eyebrow and ignored the warning.”
The Muslim Brotherhood, since winning the parliamentary elections in Egypt, has made contradictory statements concerning the future of the peace treaty.