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Polls in Israel have predicted a comfortable victory for the warmongering Benji Netanyahu in the coming elections called 18 months ahead of the schedule. Lately, both Netanyahu and Ehud Barak have come under fire from former heads of country’s military and secret services – and former opposition leader Tzipi Livni.

Last month, Jewish army’s top soldier, Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, in an interview with dialy Ha’aretz slammed Netanyahu’s warmongering against the Islamic Republic, calling Iranian leadership “composed of very rational people“. In other words, the military Chief of Staff, was trying to warn the Zionist regime that Tehran doesn’t pose an “existential threat” to Israel – and an Israeli military attack would be extremely distarious for both Iran and Israel. Gantz stated that though Israel Occupation Force (IOF) is the strongest in the region – it cannot defeat the Islamic Republic.

Gantz’s comment echoed the thoughts of Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of US Joint Chiefs of Staff who urged the Zionist regime to restrain from attacking Iran during his visit to Israel three months ago. He too, described Iranian leadership as “rational”, not the fundo Islamists bent on “wipe Israel off the map“.

On May 15, celebrating the Jewish occupation of Arab Palestine in 1948 – Netanyahu invoked the horrors of Nazi ethnic-cleansing of Jews if the world doesn’t move against Iran soon.

Washington opposes unilateral Israeli military attack against Iran as it feels IOF doesn’t have the power to defeat Iranian forces – and fears that to save Israel from its military humiliation – America will inevitably be dragged into the war which could force both Russia and China to jump-in.

Britian’s veteran journalist and author, Alan Hart, in his latest article, entitled Time for a military coup in Israel?, has claimed that it could be the only way to save humanity and Israelis from Israel’s fanatic Zionist leadership.

Alan Hart quotes former head of Israel’s Directorate of Military Intelligence (DMI), General Shlomo Gazit, telling him: “The trouble with us Israelis is that we have become the victims of our own propaganda“.

“The bad news for past and present members of Israel’s defense and intelligence establishments who are aware that Netanyahu is leading Israel and quite possibly the region and the world to disaster is that all the signs are that he, the deluded Netanyahu, will win Israel’s next election and remain prime minister,” wrote Alan Hart.

Netanyahu knows that to do that he will need to be in the strongest possible political position at home to tell a second-term Obama to go to hell if he dares to use (or even thinks about using) the leverage he has to oblige Israel to be serious about peace with the Palestinians. And that, I think, is the key to understanding the real reason why Netanyahu is going for early elections.

Given the apparent certainty of a Netanyahu election victory, and if a second-term Obama won’t or can’t use the leverage he has to oblige Israel to be serious about peace, is there nothing that can be done to stop the countdown to a Zionist-made catastrophe for the region and possibly the world? (The question would still be relevant in the unlikely event of Mitt Romney defeating Obama). In other words, is there anything that could be done to change the dynamics of what is happening in Israel?

The two biggest of the many propaganda lies Israel’s political leaders have told their people are (1) that they have lived (and still live) in constant danger of annihilation; and (2) that Israel has never had (and still doesn’t have) a Palestinian partner for peace.

“In my opinion it is most unlikely that there will ever be an Israeli politician in government, or aspiring to be in government, who will tell the truth. In my opinion there is only one power on earth which could tell it – Israel’s military in association with the state’s various security agencies,” concludes Alan Hart.

On March 7, 2012 – Rabbi Michael Lerner put an ad in the Ziocon New York Times, saying: “No, Mr. Netanyahu, No, President Obama. No War on Iran and No First Strike“.

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