Israel’s deathly nukes and Canada’s deafening silence
By Brandon Martinez
Following the newly brokered nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, Canada’s neoconservative foreign affairs minister John Baird is unsurprisingly parroting Israel’s belligerent line once again.
Baird told reporters he is “deeply skeptical” that Iran will follow through on its obligations as outlined in the new deal. Well of course he says that — the Israeli regime said it first, and Israel’s best friend in the West besides Stephen Harper is simply reciting a script prepared for him in Tel Aviv.
In 2010, the Harper government followed in the United States’ antagonistic footsteps by imposing economic sanctions on Iran. In addition, the Harper regime abruptly quashed diplomatic relations with Iran last year, expelling Iranian diplomats from Canada and shutting down the Canadian embassy in Tehran. This bellicose behaviour from Ottawa is part and parcel of what Canadian foreign policy critic Yves Engler dubbed Harper’s “low-level war” against the Islamic Republic.
In 2012, Baird revealed the motivation behind the Canadian regime’s belligerence towards Iran when he told Israel, “There is no better friend to Israel than Canada,” assuring the Zionists, “We shall always be there for you, and in front of you.” If one were to take his latter statement literally, it would paint quite an unpleasant picture indeed.
But the implication of Baird’s craven words ring true: Canada, under the neoconservative regime of Stephen “Israel-first” Harper, will do and say whatever the Israeli regime wants. As Harper himself said in 2010, he will slavishly follow Israel’s ignominious dictates “whatever the cost” is to Canada. Evidently, Harper and his cronies on Parliament Hill care more about Israelis than their own citizenry. Press TV correspondent Joshua Blakeney recently observed that Canada’s contentious stance vis-à-vis Iran vindicates the assertion that the Canadian government is a “puppet regime of Israel [rather] than an independent and autonomous government of the Canadian people.”
In 1953 the American CIA orchestrated a coup in Iran, overthrowing the democratically elected president Mohammed Mossadegh, primarily because he planned to nationalize Iran’s oil supply and use the profits to benefit his people instead of lining the pockets of Western corporations. The ousted Mossadegh was replaced with the CIA/MI6 puppet Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, a brutal monarch who ruled the country with an iron fist for several decades until he was deposed in the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
Despite the CIA’s heinous anti-Iranian track record, the agency has reported time and again over the past decade that Iran is not seeking to acquire nuclear arms, nor does it have the capability to produce even one nuclear bomb. Indeed, Iran’s Supreme leader Ali Hosseini Ayatollah Khamenei recently condemned the manufacture of nuclear weapons as an affront to Islam.
Iran is a signatory of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and submits to international inspections. The same cannot be said for the rogue regime in Tel Aviv, which has shirked inspections and international nuclear protocols since it first initiated its illegal nuclear arms program using stolen technology and materials from the United States decades ago. Martin Van Creveld, an Israeli professor of military history at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, stipulated that if the Zionist regime felt threatened it could bring down the entire world with nukes. “We [Israel] 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 for our air force. Let me quote General Moshe Dayan: ‘Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother’,” he said.
So if Iran cannot and does not intend to build nukes, why is the maniacal mouthpiece of the Zionist regime, Benjamin Netanyahu, continuing to harangue like a mad dog about the non-existent “nuclear threat” emanating from Iran? As many competent commentators have suggested, Netanyahu’s anti-Iranian theatrics is little more than a diversionary tactic, a public relations sleight of hand designed to shift the world’s attention away from the formidable threat that Israel’s vast stockpile of weapons of mass destruction poses to the world.
We have heard Israel’s apologists regurgitate like parrots the false quote attributed to Ahmadinejad, where it is alleged he called for Israel to be “wiped off the map.” In reality, the former Iranian president called for the illegitimate regime in Tel Aviv to be “cleared from the pages of history” – a very different thing. But speaking of wiping countries off the map – a cursory look at any map of the world prior to 1948 does not indicate the existence of any nation called “Israel” but rather “Palestine”. That nation, Palestine, no longer exists. It was wiped clean off the map by a brutal Zionist campaign of ethnic cleansing and land confiscation, which continues to this very day.
With all of the recent chatter about the murder of JFK, I am tempted to delve into the subject. In my view, one cannot credibly comment on the matter without reading Michael Collins Piper’s book “Final Judgment”. Piper’s book unravels an encyclopedic array of evidence showcasing Israel’s bloody fingerprints all over the JFK assassination. Israel’s motive for murder, Piper determined, was the president’s staunch opposition to the nuclear arms ambitions of the Zionist state. Kevin Barrett recently noted in a column for Press TV: “Ben Gurion haughtily refused to answer JFK’s letter demanding that Israel abandon its nuclear aspirations. Instead, he resigned. Six months later, JFK was publicly executed. A few years after that, Ben Gurion got his nuclear weapons… and his longed-for war of aggression to steal Jerusalem.”
The murderous mayhem of Israel is nothing new. Israel’s most prominent religious leaders often stoke up the flames of hatred. One example is the late Ovadia Yosef, the former chief rabbi of Israel’s Sephardic community and long-time spiritual advisor of the Shas Party, Israel’s fourth largest political party. The Jerusalem Post reported on a sermon Yosef delivered in 2010 in which he excoriated non-Jews as “donkeys” who only exist to “serve Jews as slaves.” “Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel,” the ‘man of God’ told his audience. In 2001 the BBC reported on the rabbi’s vicious war cry for all Arabs and Palestinians to be “annihilated.” Haaretz described Yosef as a “kingmaker in Israeli politics.” Yosef died last month; 800,000 Israeli Jews attended his funeral, the largest funeral procession in Israeli history.
The venomous vernacular of people like Ovadia Yosef and Meir Kahane (the late leader of the ‘Kach’ movement and founder of the terror group Jewish Defense League) is what motivated the Zionist terrorist Baruch Goldstein. In 1994, Goldstein, ensconced in the racist doctrine of rabbi Meir Kahane, carried out a gruesome massacre of 29 Palestinian Muslims in a mosque in the West Bank city of Hebron, shooting his victims in the back with an automatic assault rifle. Extremist rabbis venerated Goldstein as a “martyr of God.” The Los Angeles Times reported a statement made by rabbi Yaacov Perrin at Goldstein’s funeral: “One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail.”
In a recent interview with Press TV Kevin Barrett summed it up nicely: “The Israelis have a terrible track record of extreme deception, lies, and extreme violence… They’re ruthless, they’re psychopathic and they are the most likely country in the world to use nuclear weapons.”
The Israeli sock-puppets within the Canadian regime cannot be bothered to ever utter a single word against Israel’s illegal nuclear weapons arsenal, its violent past or its continued violations of international law. Few Canadian journalists are willing to broach the subject either, fearing reprisals from the Zionist lobby.
The state of journalism in Canada is one of abject morbidity – it could not look any more dismal. Until recently, 60 percent of Canada’s national media was in the hands of one Zionist-owned company: CanWest Global Communications. The late CEO of that company, Israel Asper, enforced a rigid editorial policy in all CanWest-owned media outlets forbidding any criticism of Israel. Upon Asper’s death in 2003, CanWest issued a statement praising their founder as a “champion of Israel.” In an auto-biographical account published on the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba website, Asper himself proclaimed his commitment “to a Jewish way of life and to Zionism.” Asper also helped establish of the Canada-Israel Committee.
Neocon convict Conrad Black founded the influential Canadian daily National Post in 1998. An influential columnist at the Post is Jonathan Kay, a fervent Jewish-Zionist who co-authored a book with a former Mossad agent entitled “The Volunteer: A Canadian’s Secret Life in the Mossad”. Prominent SUN TV loudmouths Ezra Levant and Michael Coren are both Jewish and rabid pro-Israel ideologues. Other major media outlets in Canada can’t be bothered to point out Israel’s death-grip over Ottawa – they’re too busy harassing the crack-smoking mayor of Toronto.
Evidently, Zionism has permeated throughout every aspect of Canada’s government and media — not to mention academia — so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there is such a pathetically confined discourse on the issue of Israel’s malfeasance and Ottawa’s subservience to this criminal entity.
With a government comprised of traitors who put Israel’s interests above those of Canada, the Canadian people would do well to realize that they too are an occupied people, just like the Palestinians.
With “friends” like Israel, who needs enemies?
Copyright 2014 Brandon Martinez
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