Israel, Former Liberal Democracy, Is Now an Extremist Nuclear-armed State

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Binyamin Netanyahu today heads the most extreme right-wing government in the history of this modern 74-year-old state, and it will not go unnoticed that there is a criminal element at its centre. That indicates a current threat to world peace – an unpredictable, extremist government controlling the only undeclared nuclear weaponised state in the world, with enough nuclear and other WMD to destroy the whole Middle East including the Gulf.

That indicates a potential existential threat to global peace and brings the likelihood of WW3 ever closer. Which is why NATO must stop the shockingly misplaced support for this neo-colonial, nuclear armed entity that wishes to expel five million indigenous people from their hereditary lands.  For well over 1000 years the Palestinian Arab had been the dominant demographic of Palestine until the political power grab of 1948 that dispossessed him.  That position must now be reversed. There must be a two-state solution and until such time, all NATO bilateral trade with the now extremist Israel should cease.

Furthermore, the American taxpayer should stop the US Congress from sending billions of dollars every year to prop-up the new government of allegedly corrupt Netanyahu. Failing to do so, brings war ever closer to Europe and the entire world. This is the factual situation that pertains today. Not alarmist, but realistic. Unless there is a global, paradigm shift in the current arming and supporting of this violent occupier of Palestinian land, then global peace can turn into global war, overnight.

To put this into context, the fact that the nuclear-weaponised state of Israel comprises just 1/1000th of the global population means that the members of the extremist Netanyahu government, are today the most powerful, nuclear-armed politicians anywhere in the entire world, on any continent – with Netanyahu, currently on trial for bribery and corruption, as prime minister. Let that terrifying truth sink in as both Britain and America continue to supply him with billions of dollars-worth of arms and funding to finance his violent, unlawful annexation programs in the West Bank, the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem.


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Featured image: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech on Iran’s nuclear programme at the defence ministry in Tel Aviv on 30 April 2018 (Source: Middle East Eye)

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