Rabble-Rouser Netanyahu Encourages Americans to Oppose Obama’s Bill for Peaceful Co-Existence with Iran

$25 million to support megalomaniac ambitions of Israeli Prime Minister

The U.S. Zionist lobby is to spend $25 million in an effort to turn American public opinion against President Obama, their own elected head of state, in a bid to encourage war against Iran and the inevitable deployment of Israeli nuclear weapons.

In a frightening political development, the Zionist lobby in the U.S. is to spend huge sums of money in a television campaign urging Americans to oppose their own president and to torpedo the proposed vital peace agreement with Iran that has been negotiated by the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany.

Apparently under the delusion that he is the U. S. Secretary of State, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has appealed to 10,000 American Zionists to lobby their congressional representatives to vote against the proposed bill in an action, if successful, would inevitably mean another major war in the Middle East with hundreds of thousands of casualties including huge numbers of American soldiers.

All to bolster the dangerous megalomaniac ambitions of an Israeli prime minister, sitting with the keys to his huge nuclear weapons stockpile, desperate to persuade America not to make peace with Iran.

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Articles by: Anthony Bellchambers

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