Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu recorded interviews which were broadcast today on NBC's Meet the Press and CNN's State of the Union. The Queen's boy Bibi unabashedly tried to leverage the ongoing 9/11-clone attacks, launched by British-Saudi networks, into the Empire's broader strategic objective of forcing the world to submit to its depopulation policy, or face thermonuclear extinction.
Why attack Iran now? "Because Iran with nuclear weapons would mean that the kind of fanaticism that you see storming your embassies would have a nuclear weapon," Netanyahu told NBC's David Gregory. Later he returned to the same Big Lie: "Iran is guided by a leadership with an unbelievable fanaticism. It's the same fanaticism that you see storming your embassies today. Do you want these fanatics to have nuclear weapons?"
Otherwise, Netanyahu reveled in his own psychotic sophistry:
NETANYAHU: A lot of leaders call me telling me 'don't do it. It's not necessary. You know, the danger of acting is much greater than not acting.' And I always say, 'the danger of not acting in time is much greater.' ... I think a red line in this case works to reduce the chances of the need for military action, because once the Iranians understand that there's no — there's a line that they can't cross, they are not likely to cross it...
So I think that, as they get closer and closer and closer to the achievement of weapons-grade material — and they are very close, they are six months away from being about 90 percent of having the enriched uranium for an atom bomb — I think you have to place that red line before them now, before it's too late.
GREGORY: As a prime minister of Israel, has Iran crossed your red line?
NETANYAHU: Well, the way I would say it, David, is they are in the red zone. You know, they are in the last 20 yards. And you can't let them cross that goal line. You can't let them score a touchdown because that would have unbelievable consequences, grievous consequences, for the peace and security of us all. Of the world really...
I think Iran is very different [than the Soviet Union]. They put their zealotry above their survival. They have suicide bombers all over the place. I wouldn't rely on their rationality. Since the advent of nuclear weapons, you had countries that had access to nuclear weapons who always made a careful calculation of cost and benefit. But Iran is guided by a leadership with an unbelievable fanaticism.