US Ambassador to #Israel Tom Nides said on Thursday Israel won’t be faced with any American restrictions if it wishes to act against #Iran, whether or not a nuclear deal is signed between #Tehran and world powers.https://t.co/aBhSNbSvER
— Israel Conflict News (@IsraelGazaICN) April 1, 2022
We’ve talked a lot about Donald Trump’s failings since the election. Particularly, he failed to do anything about the election fraud, then he refused to help the people who were thrown in solitary confinement in a gulag for protesting election fraud.
Then he went on a maniac spree shilling for Pfizer.
Then he started endorsing all of these horrible cucked Republicans, and using all of these stupid talking points.
But, if we’re looking back, we can say: he didn’t start any new wars.
Biden has started one war so far, and it’s looking like he could start as many as 3 more before his first term ends.
Washington’s ambassador to Israel has said that a renewed nuclear pact with Iran will not bar the close US ally from taking action to “protect” itself, as negotiators attempt to revive the 2015 JCPOA agreement between Tehran and world powers.
Speaking to Israel’s Channel 12, on Thursday, Ambassador Tom Nides outlined that the United States does not expect Tel Aviv to “sit quietly and not do anything” should a final deal be struck with Iran.
“We’ve been very clear about this. If we have a deal, the Israelis’ hands are not tied. If we don’t have a deal, the Israelis’ hands are certainly not tied,” the envoy said, adding that whether or not an agreement is reached, “Israel can do and take whatever actions they need to take to protect the state of Israel.”
While Nides argued that President Joe Biden is doing “whatever he can to make sure that Iran does not have a nuclear weapon” using “a diplomatic channel,” he appeared to give tacit approval for Israeli military action against the Islamic Republic even with an agreement in place to restrain its atomic program.
Iran insists its nuclear facilities have no military dimension and are solely used for power and medical purposes, claims repeatedly confirmed by the UN’s nuclear watchdog before Washington’s unilateral withdrawal from the JCPOA in 2018. Since then, the US has reimposed all of its prior sanctions on Tehran and then some, while Iran has scaled back its own commitments under the deal, including limits on its enrichment of uranium.
The US envoy went on to state that Israel has been kept informed of the ongoing nuclear talks, saying Tel Aviv knows “exactly what is going on,” even if officials are at times displeased with the direction of the negotiations.
It’s sometimes hard to follow all of this. I thought the entire problem that Israel had with the JCPOA was that it would prevent Israel from being allowed to start a war with them. And I thought that was primarily why Iran wanted the deal. Obviously, it involves a lot of money, but as we’ve seen, America will go to war with countries that do not have nuclear weapons.
What Iran wanted was security guarantees that they would not be invaded (like Iraq), bombed into oblivion (like Libya), or flooded with an Israel/US backed terrorist army (like Syria). If the US is openly saying “oh but Israel can just attack them whenever and we will support it,” then I don’t really understand what the point of the deal is, other than getting out of financial sanctions.
The whole thing that Israel kept talking about as to why they needed to go to war with Iran (or rather, why they needed America to go to war with Iran on their behalf) was because they were building a nuclear bomb. Remember Netanyahu’s bomb meme at the UN?
Netanyahu then opposed the Obama nuclear deal, because it would prevent Iran from working on a bomb, which would then leave Israel without a reason to push for war with them.
So… if they can start a war either way, based on their own discretion, then the deal isn’t really relevant to anything, is it?
Maybe I’m missing something here…
Ambassador Tom Nides is of course Jewish.
Imagine this scene:
— Ambassador Tom Nides (@USAmbIsrael) March 26, 2022
The Jewish American Ambassador greets the Jewish Secretary of State in Israel, which is their actual home country.
Frankly, I think it’s stupid when people talk about “Israel dual citizens.” Every Jew is a de facto citizen of Israel, as all they have to do to get citizenship is fill out a form. So, when you talk about 50% of Joe Biden’s cabinet being Jewish, you are talking about a government that is effectively run by a foreign country.
You don’t really need to be “anti-Semitic” to take issue with this.
Jews are 2% of the US population, so this is an overrepresentation of 25x, and they are the only race in America that has de facto citizenship in another country.
What’s more, Israel is a particularly aggressive country on the world stage, and Jews in general are very aggressive.
The US is supporting the Ukrainian government, which is run by Jews. The Ukraine is so Jewish that they told Jewish citizens that they were allowed to leave the country, while Christians were forced to stay and fight in a hopeless war against Russia.
The “American” liaison running the Ukrainian conflict from the State Department is the Jew Victoria Nuland, of course operating under the Jewish Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Surely, anyone must see that this is absurd?
If 50% of Joe Biden’s cabinet was Chinese, and the top of the agenda was returning Taiwan to Chinese control, people would ask about the relationship between that agenda and the fact that Biden’s cabinet is 50% Chinese. But the kookiest thing about the incredible power Jews have is that you are not allowed to mention the incredible power Jews have. If you do mention it, these Jews who control our country claim to be victims of completely powerless peasants.
It’s just really nuts. It’s ridiculous, in fact. It’s like some kind of joke. Any person has to see how nuts this is, without being an “anti-Semite.”
The whole “war with Iran” thing probably is mostly off the table at this point.
As soon as Biden took over, his people were pivoting between threatening war against Iran, Russia, and China. I said that the calculus was going to be that Russia was the weakest of the three, so they would most likely go that way first. That has happened, but it turns out Russia is much more intelligent than America, and had this all planned out to implode the US.
I don’t think the US is going to be doing any more wars after this one.
I have no idea what the Jews are thinking about their own “security interests,” given that Russia has been involved in a proxy war against Israel in Syria since 2015, and there is no reason to believe China cares about Israel.
Nancy Pelosi claimed that even if America burns to the ground, we will figure out a way to send tens of billions of dollars to fund Israel.
Declaring an unwavering commitment to Israel with limitless funds even if America burned to the ground is off the scale stupidity. Nancy Pelosi stoops to new low. Sadly these views are not a minority position in mainstream America. pic.twitter.com/oDSPNbRRrC
— Bint (@PalBint) February 19, 2022
However, I do not think that is a viable plan.