posted on Oct, 27 2013 @ 03:20 AM
This has gotten totally and absolutely out of control. No one is nuking anyone and people in positions of public influence with sway on opinion are
reckless to the point of dangerous, in my
opinion, to even be saying things like this IN public venues.
NEW YORK – During a panel at Yeshiva University on Tuesday evening, Sheldon Adelson, noted businessman and owner of the newspaper Israel Hayom,
suggested that the US should use nuclear weapons on Iran to impose its demands from a position of strength.
Asked by moderator Rabbi Shmuley Boteach whether the US should negotiate with Iran if it were to cease its uranium enrichment program, Adelson
retorted, “What are we going to negotiate about?”
What is the guy thinking? Except maybe he'd just leave quickly while we suffered the retaliatory action that would come almost instantly and last for
God only knows how long. People in that part of the world are known to carry extreme blood debts for generations. A nation of them? Hey, how about I
take NO on this option?
“So a tremendous demonstration of American strength?” Boteach clarified. “So that they would get the message?”
“It’s the only thing they understand,” Adelson
Oh, they'd understand that alright. So would several other nations. I think the US would find itself in a very very bad spot from several directions
at once......and the only way we could ever be seriously hurt. That would do it though. Yup. Perfect hole in one to world war AGAINST US.
Now for the record, the article notes he's talking about dropping one in the desert and telling them Tehran gets the next one ...like the Japanese
Emperor had been told we'd just keep toasting a city at a time until he surrendered in 1945. Of course, the US didn't have the weapons for that
Anyone else for a big, loud and clear NO
to this insane idea? It's just unbelievable, how far the rhetoric has gone. I mean, first strike use
of nuclear weapons, especially on a nation with no earthly hope or WAY to defend???
If this wasn't from a major news source, I'd have given it no consideration of any kind...but The Jerusalem Post isn't some teenager's blog site
or National Enquirer running stories on Bat Boy.