Netanyahu Indicts Himself as a Terrorist
April 21, 2017
PARIS ATTACK – Terrorist events like the shooting in Paris are “interpreted” for Western media and governments by an Israeli agent named Rita Katz who runs SITE Intelligence Group in Bethesda, Maryland. Isn’t it odd that Islamic State is able to wage war against the United States and its coalition of 68 nations, and can direct terror attacks around the world, but is unable to communicate to the Western media without going through an Israeli intelligence agent? This is the manipulation and domination of public opinion that Netanyahu says is “central to the terrorist strategy.”
FROM SITE INTELLIGENCE – The Israeli terrorist agenda is to “Frighten the West” into supporting the Israeli war agenda in the Middle East.
FRIGHTEN THE WEST – Israel’s prime minister Moshe Sharett said Shimon Peres “wants to frighten the West into supporting Israel’s aims” – in 1955, after the Israeli false-flag terrorism known as the Lavon Affair was exposed in Egypt.
“In trying to understand international terrorism, we must first recognize that it is not a sporadic phenomenon born of social misery and frustration. It is rooted in the political ambitions and designs of expansionist states and the groups that serve them. Without the support of such states, international terrorism would be impossible… manipulation of public opinion is, in fact, central to the terrorist strategy. For this purpose, access to the media, indeed their domination, is indispensable.”
– Benjamin Netanyahu, “Defining Terrorism” in Terrorism: How the West Can Win (1986)
“International terrorism is the use of terrorist violence against a given nation by another state, which uses the terrorists to fight a proxy war as an alternative to conventional war.”
– Benjamin Netanyahu, Fighting Terrorism: How Democracies Can Defeat Domestic and International Terrorists (1995)
The definitions of international terrorism provided by Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his books are quite telling. In his books published before 9/11 and the War on Terror, Netanyahu stressed that international terrorism “is the use of terrorist violence against a given nation by another state” (“by another state” is in italics in the book) and that it “is rooted in the political ambitions and designs of expansionist states and the groups that serve them.”
So, by Netanyahu’s own definition, the U.S., Israel, Saudi Arabia and their allies, who have been funding, arming, and training terrorist proxies to wage war against the government of Syria – are themselves international terrorists.
ISRAEL – AN EXPANSIONIST STATE
Netanyahu’s earlier definition (1986) says that international terrorism “is rooted in the political ambitions and designs of expansionist states and the groups that serve them.” Israel, which lacks any defined boundaries, is the most obvious expansionist state in the world. Netanyahu is the leader of the Likud Party, an expansionist party that aspires to create “Greater Israel” on the land of the neighboring states.
Well, when we consider Israel’s role in the war against the government of Syria we can clearly see that Israel is an expansionist state that is occupying Syrian land and that practices international terrorism. These conclusions are based on the Israeli leader’s own definition of international terrorism.
THE PROXY WAR AGAINST SYRIA – Senator John McCain visiting the “rebels” in 2013. These are the jihadi mercenary armies the U.S. was funding to overthrow the Assad government in Syria.
The man in the black shirt speaking with Sen. McCain has been identified as Abu Bakr al Baghdadi – the leader of Islamic State!
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