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Israeli President Shimon Peres has joined the drumbeat for an attack on Iran. In comments to Israel Channel 2, Peres said, "Intelligence services of all countries understand that time is running out and they are warning their leaders. It would seem that Iran is getting closer to having nuclear weapons.
In two separate speeches in Cannes, one to the official G-20 gathering and one to the "B-20" business forum, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner delivered a useful attack on the global financial system's rampant speculative practices, and slammed the insane austerity measures now being imposed on Greece.
Former Israeli Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy declared that Iran is far from being an existential threat and that an attack would endanger the entire region. "Ultra-Orthodox radicalization [among Jews] poses a bigger threat than [Iranian President] Ahmadinejad," he said, according to Ynet, the website of the Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth. "The State of Israel cannot be destroyed.
Nerobama's command performance in Cannes on the sidelines of the farcical G-20 summit brought the world one step closer to thermonuclear World War III on Friday.
Former Presidential advisor Bruce Riedel, also a former National Security Council staffer and CIA analyst, told the Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth that an Israeli attack on Iran would be a disaster for the U.S. and Israel.
As a part of the Basement Research Team's ongoing investigation of the pervasive principle of the mind, Aaron investigates the unique "space-time" of the mind as it it revealed in the boundaries of the highest actions of creative concentration, i.e. classical art and scientific discovery. This report comes in two parts, with Part I outlining the development of the concept of the Noösphere from Shelley to Vernadsky and Part II covering some unique expressions of mind in action.
The final communique issued by the G-20 summit in Cannes, at the very least reflects paralysis and lack of leadership in the face of impending global catastrophe. The indecision visible in the summit communique caused European markets to immediately plummet, as the Greek Parliament prepared to vote on the fate of the Papandreou government.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak arrived in London on Thursday for consultations with top British national security officials, undoubtedly to push forward with the war on Iran. According to British and Israeli press accounts, Barak was to meet with Foreign Secretary William Hague, new Defense Minister Philip Hammond, and Cameron's national security advisor, Sir Peter Ricketts.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak want an attack on Iran as soon as possible, according to the Israeli daily Ha'aretz. Citing unnamed sources Ha'aretz reports that within the so-called "octet" forum of the Israeli cabinet where security issues are discussed, there is a split on the question of attacking Iran.