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Netanyahu's party to have primaries on January 31 to clean house for attack on Iran

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posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 10:27 AM
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All this is very suspicious because according to people in the Likud party (Netanyahu's party) they are forced to do a primary 6 months before the general election, not before as it violates the party's constitution... which is in 2013...

Netanyahu confirms: Likud primaries next month

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday confirmed that he would be advancing the Likud race to January 31.

Netanyahu stated that by holding the race early,the Likud "won't have to get mired in internal struggles and we will be free to handle the security, diplomatic, and economic issues before us."


By moving up Likud primary, Netanyahu out to clean house

Following Gilad Shalit's release, and with a Labor primary in the past, the prime minister isn’t going to pass on an opportunity to strengthen his hold at home.

Clearing out any rival...

Netanyahu’s history lesson hints at Israeli strike on Iran

"Great statesmen as well as friends of the Jews and of Zionism" warned Ben-Gurion that declaring a Jewish state in 1948 would bring an invasion of Arab armies and a "grave and difficult battle", Netanyahu said.

"He understood full well the decision carried a heavy price, but he believed not making that decision had a heavier price," Netanyahu said.

In his speech, Netanyahu said Ben-Gurion deliberated long and hard before he decided to declare a state.

Although Netanyahu didn’t mention Iran or its nuclear program in his speech, it was quite clear that Netanyahu was using his speech to draw a comparison between himself and Ben-Gurion, and between Ben-Gurion’s decision to proclaim the foundation of the State of Israel and the decisions he, Netanyahu, is facing today to counter the Iranian nuclear threat.

So he thinks he's Ben Gurion... people warned him of war if he declared a jewish state and he did it anyways and it was the ``good decision``. By comparing himself to Ben Gurion and saying that Israel's creation decision and the attack Iran's decision is the same thing, he's basically admitting he'll go for it. But not before he clears out his party from dissenters...

And since the primaries are being done on January 31, I don't think we'll see a strike this winter... it'll be too late. It'll have to wait for this spring/summer.




posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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Haaretz is just a tool for Zionists.

Like always they are postponing the attack and warmongers will have to wait to see the firework.



posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 10:57 AM
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Originally posted by hmdphantom
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Haaretz is just a tool for Zionists.

Haaretz is usually against war and they expose Israeli government's BS most of the time... So no.



posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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looks like der fuhrer is upset that not everyone supporting his psychotic plans .. so he's going to try stacking the deck...



posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo
And since the primaries are being done on January 31, I don't think we'll see a strike this winter... it'll be too late. It'll have to wait for this spring/summer.


There's also the olympics, so we're probably talking sometime during or after the Summer Olympics but before the Winter Olympics. Either 2012 or 2013.

According to John Titor, there was supposed to be "financial collapse" in 2005, and no more olympics after 2004. Once you miss that and you account for timing issues, you have to add 8 years so that would make the years 2013 and 2012 respectively. Giving you financial collapse in 2013, and no more olympics after 2012 due to "ongoing conflicts". So that would mean these "on going conflicts" would have to start in either 2012 or 2013 to have any effect.



posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 08:11 PM
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One U.S. family is responsible for half of Netanyahu's donations

Members of a single American family have donated half of the NIS 330,000 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has raised for his Likud party primary campaign in the past few weeks.

Netanyahu's rival in the Likud primary, Moshe Feiglin, has raised some NIS 155,000. A survey of Feiglin's donors shows enormous differences between the two: While Netanyahu has a list of relatively few foreign donors who have been contributing large sums - Feiglin's donors are mostly Israelis from Jerusalem, Haifa and Beit Shemesh whose contributions were far smaller, a few hundred shekels at most.



posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 08:17 PM
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While I really hope that it doesn't come to war, I fear it will. And I sincerely hope that the US stays out of it. Let Israel go up against Iran and Russia, see how they manage.
They want war, let them be the ones loosing their kids!


If America goes in, Israel will be there to gloat over Iran, but they'll be ducking out the door to leave the global warfare up to Russia and the USA.



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