Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Sword of David

Israel is going to attack Iran and destroy their nuclear facilities.
They have no choice.
And it is going to happen soon. You can count on it.
(I have sources in Israel, and it is all they are talking about right now.)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has always distrusted Iran and their leaders. He has made it clear that Irans possession of nuclear weapons would be an "existential threat" to Israel. Irans leaders have long professed a genocidal hatred for Israel, and have threatened Israel on multiple occasions.

Here is some more video of Ahmadinejad, talking about the "Countdown to Israels destruction".

Irans continual verbal aggression and thinly-veiled threats have been met with little to no response from the "peace-loving" left. The UN can barely conceal their yawns when Israel complains about it.
That is why Benjamin Netanyahu went to the UN and blasted them for their hypocrisy.

I have news for Iranian leaders: There is a countdown to destruction going on.
But the clock is not running on Israel. It is running on Iran.

Netanyahu is a former commando in the IDF. He has first-hand experience with commando raids and he fought in the Yom Kippur War in 1973. His brother was also an IDF commando, and was killed during Operation Entebbe, in which Israeli forces rescued over 100 passengers from a hijacked plane in Uganda.

Israel has vast experience running this type of commando activity.
In 1981, Operation Opera was launched and it ended with Israeli pilots destroying nuclear facilities in Iraq.

Netanyahu is probably one of the strongest leaders in the world right now, and he will not tolerate aggression towards Israel. He was quoted as saying "It's 1938, and Iran is Germany, and Iran is racing to arm itself with atomic bombs." It sounds like he has made up his mind.

Iran is about to experience the Sword of David.

Fearful liberals fret that this could be the start of a Third World War.

It is possible, but unlikely. Iran has very few friends.
And Israel has a very big friend. With a big, big stick.