The “Iran nuclear crisis” is over. The “Israel nuclear crisis” has officially begun

Nuclear weapons in the hands of lunatics

Israeli nukes threatening region, world

The so-called “Iran nuclear crisis” is over. Now, what will the nuclear non-proliferation specialists do to occupy their time?

Maybe they should target a dangerous, fanatical, hyper-aggressive, expansionist Middle Eastern regime that really IS building nuclear weapons.

That would be Israel.

There was never any real nuclear crisis in Iran, but there is a very real nuclear crisis in Israel.

Even the American CIA, which holds no love for the Islamic Republic, has repeatedly admitted that Iran is not building nuclear weapons. That hasn’t stopped Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from saying that Iran is just months away from a bomb. According to Netanyahu, Iran has been months away from a bomb for decades. Fifty years from now, whoever is in charge of Israel’s Likud Party – in the unlikely event that Israel and its Likud Party exist – will still be screaming from the rooftops that Iran is just months away from a bomb.

The reason Israel will probably not exist in fifty years has nothing to do with Iranian bombs. The real threat to Israel is the insanity of its leaders.

It’s as if the Zionists have walked into a time warp. For them, the clock has stopped; they are permanently stuck in an alternative reality in which the only hour is “three months to Iran-bomb.”

Netanyahu’s ravings about Iran’s nuclear energy program are hypocritical beyond belief. It is Israel, not Iran, that has built hundreds of nuclear weapons.

Israel, unlike Iran, has never signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). And while nobody knows exactly how many nuclear weapons Israel has, the best guess is around 400 or so.

That is not counting miniature nuclear weapons, which Israel is credibly alleged to have used in false-flag terror attacks in Bali and elsewhere.

Israel is by far the most non-transparent nuclear power on earth. If there is one country that desperately needs to be overrun by UN weapons inspectors, it is Israel.

So, why won’t the United Nations slap sanctions on Israel until it signs the NPT and allows weapons inspectors to dismantle its nuclear bombs?

Have the inspectors been too busy worrying about Iran’s nonexistent nuclear weapons program?

Those worries are all but over. On Sunday, Iran and the P5+1 concluded the first step of a broad agreement designed to assure the world that Iran is not building nuclear weapons.

Now that the weapons inspectors in Iran have finally realized that they have been looking in the wrong place, maybe they should start looking in the right place. If they want to find nuclear weapons hidden away by a rogue Middle Eastern regime, they should look in the Dimona nuclear facility in Israel’s Negev Desert.

It isn’t hard to find. Just go to Be’er Sheva and take Route 25 southeast until you get to the security checkpoint.

Despite Israel’s war on transparency, we know quite a bit about the Dimona nuclear program. The biggest single source of information is whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu – “the preeminent hero of the nuclear era” according to American dean-of-whistleblowers Daniel Ellsberg.

Vanunu worked in Israel’s Negev nuclear facility from 1977 to 1985. Disgusted by Zionist racism and brutality, Vanunu was fired for participating in a demonstration calling for a Palestinian state – but not before he had covertly photographed the nuclear weapons production equipment at Dimona.

In 1986, Vanunu spilled the beans about Israel’s nuclear weapons program to British journalist Peter Hounam. In retaliation, he was kidnapped, drugged, and abducted to Israel by the Mossad, where a kangaroo court sent him to prison for 18 years of brutal treatment, including 11 years in solitary confinement. Since his release in 2004, Vanunu has been repeatedly tormented by the Israeli authorities and prevented from going abroad.

In July 2004, Vanunu asserted that there were “near-certain indications” that US President John F. Kennedy was assassinated due to “pressure he exerted on then head of government David Ben-Gurion to shed light on Dimona’s nuclear reactor.” Nine years later, more and more JFK assassination experts are agreeing with Vanunu and endorsing Michael Collins Piper’s book Final Judgment, which marshals evidence that Israel killed JFK.

Pointing out that Israel is the most dangerous nuclear power on earth, Vanunu added: “We do not know which irresponsible Israeli Prime Minister will take office and decide to use nuclear weapons in the struggle against neighboring Arab countries … What has already been exposed about the weapons Israel is holding can destroy the region and kill millions.”

Israel is not just holding the Middle East hostage; it also openly threatens Europe. In 2003, Israeli military history professor Martin Van Crevel said Israel was poised to obliterate Europe’s great cities with nuclear weapons: “We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets of our air force.”

Von Crevel, like other Israeli leaders, practically foamed at the mouth as he extolled Israel’s “Samson Option” plan to destroy the world: “Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother … We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that this will happen before Israel goes under.”

According to a leaked US Air Force study, the Israelis are even threatening their biggest benefactor, the USA, with nuclear weapons. The report states:

“One other purpose of Israeli nuclear weapons, not often stated, but obvious, is their ‘use’ on the United States. America does not want Israel’s nuclear profile raised. They have been used in the past to ensure America does not desert Israel under increased Arab, or oil embargo, pressure and have forced the United States to support Israel diplomatically against the Soviet Union. Israel used their existence to guarantee a continuing supply of American conventional weapons, a policy likely to continue.”

Some experts claim that Israel already HAS used nuclear weapons in an attack on the United States. They argue that Israeli miniature nuclear weapons are the most plausible explanation for the conversion of most of the World Trade Center Towers into very fine dust, leaving practically no rubble piles where two 110-story buildings had stood. Former NASA engineering executive Dwayne Deets argued, in his presentation at the Vancouver 9/11 Hearings in June, 2012, that evidence suggests that miniature nuclear weapons were probably used in the demolitions of the Twin Towers. Since WTC owner Larry Silverstein, a close friend of Netanyahu, confessed to one of the WTC demolitions, it stands to reason that the source of any mini-nukes used in the Twin Towers would have been the Israeli regime.

A nation led by madmen, a nation recklessly threatening the world … a nation with a history of repeated attacks on its neighbors, that is the kind of nation that needs to be inspected and de-nuclearized under the NPT.

And it is only the Israeli regime that fits that description, not Irran.

The “Iran nuclear crisis” is over. The “Israel nuclear crisis” has officially begun.

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