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Wed Sep 19, 2007 10:09

Monetary terms......Really, who profits from mass murder ?Prepare for war with Iran, says Zionazi "Jewish" French minister ...http://www.palestine-encyclopedia.com/EPP/TheAuthor.htm
By Alex Spillius in Washington and Tim Butcher in Jerusalem
Last Updated: 2:31am BST 18/09/2007


The world should "prepare for war" with Iran, the zionist/jewish-French foreign minister has said, significantly escalating tensions over the country's nuclear programme.

Avowed Zionist Terrorist Supporter , Bernard Kouchner said that while "we must negotiate right to the end" with Iran, if Teheran possessed an atomic weapon it would represent "a real danger for the whole worldwide zionist Agenda...Duh!

Bernard Kouchner: prepare for the worst

The world should "prepare for the worst... which is war", he said with a wolfowitz smirk that only lizards can make.
meanwhile back at the ranchozionazified...Amerika.... Abrams also said Israel purchased the bulldozers with U.S. aid, further complicating the issue. - What are the freaking odds of that ?

"If your honors did look at the Zionazified U.S. as paying for the bulldozer, the U.S. would be an aider and abettor as well," he said. "There is no conclusion that can be reached other than, it presents a political question." Actually It Raises the fundamental issue...Whose "God" is being served....Talmudic Terrorists...Or The King of Kings ?

Judge Michael Hawkins asked Zionazi Criminal Justice Department lawyer Robert Loeb to consider the hypothetical case of a U.S. oven manufacturer during World War II: If the company continued selling ovens to Germany, knowing they were being used to kill Jews, would there be legal grounds to go after the company? ? ?

Yes, Loeb replied — treason, for starters.

ButZionazi terrorist "Israel" is a - Occupied by Zionist Talmudic Terrorists/U.S. ally, and "a U.S. court would have to opine on what really happened in Gaza and the West Bank," Loeb said. "This is a prime example of where the court should decline to extend its common-law jurisdiction. ... The financing and the sale of this equipment have been approved by the United States. (The plaintiffs) want to have a court second-guess the judgment of the government."..."We The People in order to form a more perfect union do Establish Justice"......

Israel’s man at the Quai d’Orsay and renowned warmonger, Bernard Kouchner, is settling comfortably into his new role — he has just threatened war. However, this time he appears to have gotten ahead of himself. Even the generally staid IAEA has been impelled to rebuke his crude warmongering (recall that in the past Kouchner has been wise enough to cloak his martial ambitions in humanitarian garb), along with the generally restrained Austrians.

It is not clear how the rest of France feels about Iran’s alleged nuclear ambitions, but the lobby has for some time been annoyed with IAEA’s refusal to play ball (even though IAEA inspectors have been turning over data from their tours of Irani nuclear facilities to Israeli and US intelligence ever since Iran began the voluntary cooperation. I emphasize the ‘voluntary’ because Iran is not required through its NPT obligations to submit to these inspections). It has been ratcheting up its rhetoric to pressure the agency into taking a more hardline position. The lobby is also concerned with the recent focus on its role in urging US on towards the Iraq war; a new war will relieve the pressure, albeit temporarily, as the nation will predictably respond with characteristic jingoism, lining up behind ‘our boys’Such must have been the presidential thinking on September 10th when Carter sat down with Democracy Now's Amy Goodman to continue his anti-Israel rants unfettered by an impartial journalist who might challenge his disgraceful views. Here are some of the lowlights (h/t Tim Graham):

Americans don't want to know and many Israelis don't want to know what is going on inside Palestine. It's a terrible human rights persecution that far transcends what any outsider would imagine. And there are powerful political forces in America that prevent any objective analysis of the problem in the Holy Land. I think it's accurate to say that not a single member of Congress with whom I'm familiar would possibly speak out and call for Israel to withdraw to their legal boundaries or to publicize the plight of the Palestinians or even to call publicly and repeatedly for good faith peace talks. There hasn't been a day of peace talks now in more than seven years. So this is a taboo subject. And I would say that if any member of Congress did speak out, as I've just described, they would probably not be back in the Congress the next term.


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