WASHINGTON: Mossad, Israel’s foreign intelligence service, breached a secret storage facility in Iran, according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his recent press conference. The P.M. says that Mossad made off with hundreds of thousands of documents proving “Iran lied about never having a nuclear weapons program.” They also report that Iran has “continued to preserve and expand its nuclear weapons know-how for future use.” All more the reason for President Trump to abandon the anti-Semitic Iranian nuclear deal. But should Trump protect Israel from Iran?
Iran and it’s continued nuclear program impact on Israel
Israel’s Ynet News noted the breach would have a:
“negative impact on the [Iranian] regime’s prestige and the intimidating image of the Revolutionary Guards, which are in charge of the nuclear program, as well as of the archive. If the Revolutionary Guard is incapable of protecting the nuclear archive, which includes explosive diplomatic n legal material, they are apparently not as intimidating as they thought. That’s something Iran’s citizens learned on Monday, and it indirectly threatens the regime’s survival.”
U.S. State Department officials later confirmed the authenticity of the Iranian documents to multiple media outlets.
Meanwhile, American Deep-State, Mossad-like agencies, which failed to uncover and prevent the plot leading to the attacks of 9/11 or predict the rise of ISIS, instead, work tirelessly to overthrow or, at the very least delegitimize, the current President and his administration in Washington.
A U.S. president with a seething, Farrakhanesque anti-Semitism
The silent culprit in all of this – the one who triggered the “counter intelligence” operation against Donald Trump and his campaign staff during the 2016 election. The person who conspired with Iran’s ruling clerics to secure the aforementioned nuclear deal is none other than former President Barack Hussein Obama.
The anti-Semitic former president worked closely with his anti-Semitic European partners to drop economic sanctions against the deeply anti-Semitic Iranian regime. The nuclear deal these monsters concocted assures the terrorist state will use its new financial wherewithal to complete development of its nuclear weapons and the missile technology to deliver them.
It’s a timeless French fashion
Netanyahu’s Monday presentation was designed to counter French President Emmanuel Macron’s plea that President Trump not withdraw from Obama’s nuclear agreement. That May 12th deadline is approaching.
With the third largest Jewish population in Europe, Macron’s France has seen a dramatic increase in anti-Semitism. The French think tank L’innovation Plitique finds that
“[O]ver the course of the past decade, France had never had less than 400 anti-Semitic acts a year,”
“16 percent [of France] think there is a global Zionist conspiracy. Even worse, 14 percent of French people consider the attacks against the Jewish community…including the targeting of synagogues and Jewish-owned shops, and the shouting of vile anti-Semitic slogans during anti-Israel demonstrations – understandable.”
During World War II, the pro-Nazi government of Vichy France transported 75,000 Jews to German death camps.
In response to current violence perpetrated against Jews in France, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said,
“The State of Israel is not just the place to which you turn in prayer. The State of Israel is also your home… All Jews who want to immigrate to Israel will be welcomed here warmly and with open arms. We will help you in your absorption here in our country, which is also your country.”
According to a University of Oslo study on European anti-Semitism:
“Jewish exposure to anti-Semitic violence appears to have been highest in France. In 2015 around 10,000 Jews left western Europe for Israel, the largest number to do so since 1948.”
It’s understandable, then, that the French president should so strongly support the Iran deal.
Here in the U.S., during the Obama era, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) asked the Justice Department to approve warrants facilitating its investigation of Islamic terrorist organization Hezbollah and its drug trafficking operations in America. The investigation was called Project Cassandra.
Obama’s pals in Hezbollah
According to a series published in POLITICO (HERE), “Justice and Treasury departments delayed, hindered or rejected their requests.”
Hezbollah, Iran’s military client, operates in Lebanon and the Palestinian Authority. It launches terrorist attacks against the Jewish State and fires Iranian-made, long-range “Fateh” missiles into Israel.
Katherine Bauer, a former Treasury official, told the House Committee on Foreign Affairs:
“Under the Obama administration… these investigations [Project Cassandra] were tamped down for fear of rocking the boat with Iran and jeopardizing the nuclear deal. Now, the Trump administration should aggressively target Hezbollah’s financial, logistical, and procurement networks, including resurrecting the DEA’s now-defunct Project Cassandra.”
In other words, Obama’s hatred of Israel dovetailed nicely with his hatred of America. His nuclear deal with Iran benefited its partner in terrorism, Hezbollah, protecting its profitable U.S. drug trade. A trade that helps finance its purchase of weapons and funds its terrorist operations worldwide.
Before leaving office, President Obama facilitated the transfer of $1.7 billion in cold, hard cash to Iran. Then-Secretary of the Treasury Dawn Selak said the move was necessary to get around the “effectiveness of U.S. and international sanctions.”
A suicidal hatred
Writing for Time magazine under the headline “Iranian Nuclear Deal Is A Win for Anti-Semitism,” Rabbi David Wolpe, senior Rabbi of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, wrote:
“It would be a better world if anti-Semitic regimes put aside their hatreds to pursue their vital interests, but history militates against that illusion. You don’t need to invoke the famous and egregious example of Nazis diverting precious resources, trucks, and other war materials, in order to keep transporting Jews to the concentration camps. You don’t have to recall how some Nazis busily executed Jews even as they ran from the conquering allied troops. You can invoke Vichy, France, turning over the Jews who were its best and brightest, or the Soviet Union, which lost so much cultural and business acumen and capital through years of suppression. Anti-Semites cannot help themselves. To them, the injury is worthwhile if they can savage the Jews.”
Media reports say President Trump will likely pull the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal. If so, it will be another repudiation by the Trump administration of an Obama initiative designed to savage America and the Western World.
But it will also be a small victory against international anti-Semitism.
Top Image: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reveals cache of Iranian documents
proving the existence of its secret nuclear weapons program. CBS screen capture.