Friday, February 12, 2010

Prolific chutzpah, Zionist canards, and the bizarre ramblings of degenerative Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi

ZIONISM UNMASKED: Chutzpah, thy name is Zionism
(Salem-News.com) -- Maidhc Ó Cathail --

At a recent dinner in honour of visiting Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took yet another rhetorical swipe at Tehran. “Humanity stands before one of its most difficult tests since World War II,” Netanyahu intoned. “The radical Islamic regime threats [sic] the well-being of the state of Israel, the region, and all of humanity.”

Sounding more like an Israeli envoy than the head of a sovereign nation, Berlusconi responded, “My job is to make sure that world leaders do not commit the same error of the past, the error of indifference that brought about the greatest tragedy in history.”

In Defamation, a highly revealing 2009 documentary on anti-Semitism by Israeli filmmaker Yoav Shamir, Professor Norman Finkelstein noted this strategy of invoking past Jewish suffering to justify future wars. “The irony is that the Nazi holocaust has now become the main ideological weapon for launching wars of aggression,” said Finkelstein, the author of The Holocaust Industry. “Every time you want to launch a war of aggression, drag in the Nazi holocaust.”

Or, to be more precise, every time Israel wants other countries to launch a war of aggression on its behalf, it drags in the Nazi holocaust. In the build-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Netanyahu was one of many Zionists who did just that. In a September 20, 2002 Wall Street Journal op-ed titled “The Case for Toppling Saddam,” Netanyahu laid on the guilt trip: “We now know that had the democracies taken pre-emptive action to bring down Hitler’s regime in the 1930s, the worst horrors in history could have been avoided.”

And as he and other Zionists are now doing with Iran, Netanyahu was in 2002 hyping a non-existent Iraqi nuclear threat. Saddam Hussein, he claimed, was “feverishly trying to acquire nuclear weapons.” Moreover, “the deadly material necessary for atomic bombs,” the then former Israeli Prime Minister speculated, could be produced “in centrifuges the size of washing machines that can be hidden throughout the country—and Iraq is a very big country.” To uncover Saddam’s hypothetical “portable manufacturing sites of mass death,” Netanyahu warned that “nothing less than dismantling his regime will do.”

One might think that with over a million people dead and almost five million others displaced in Iraq—and not a weapon of mass destruction to be found—that Netanyahu might be showing some remorse. Instead, he’s beating the drums loudest for an even more catastrophic war with Iran.

That should tell us a lot not only about the man but about the nature of the ideology that drives him. Zionism, like the fictional Jewish parenticide, shamelessly attempts to turn reality on its head.

Instead of acknowledging that it is the only nuclear-armed state in the Middle East, Israel and its supporters focus the world’s attention on imaginary threats from its regional rivals...MORE...LINK
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Chris Moore comments:

Silvio Berlusconi's behavior is increasingly erratic of late, and his rhetoric is all over the map. One minute, he is comparing Palestinian suffering to the Holocaust, the next he is incorporating standard Zionist canards into his speeches by making bizarre statements like "“My job is to make sure that world leaders do not commit the same error of the past, the error of indifference that brought about the greatest tragedy in history,” i.e. the Nazi holocaust.

So Burlusconi believes the "greatest tragedy in history" was the Nazi holocaust of Jews, but not the Soviet holocaust perpetrated by the Jewish Bolsheviks, Leninists and Stalinists of tens of millions of Christians and dissidents that preceded the Nazi holocaust, and actually set the precedents later followed by Hitler?

Notorious philanderer Berlusconi's lack of clear-thinking and irrational wishy-washiness is beginning to make me wonder if he's not suffering from the same degenerative affliction that plagued another mentally unbalanced Italian gangster by the name of Al Capone.

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