Israel’s Channel 10 News claimed that Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “is determined to attack Iran before the US elections,” and Israel is now “closer than ever” to a strike against Iran’s nuclear installations.
Alon Ben-David, the TV station’s military reporter was granted extensive access to the Israeli Air Force this year to view its preparation for a possible attack. He reported that, “from the prime minister’s point of view, the time for action is getting ever closer.”
In Ben-David’s view, it seemed that Netanyahu was not intending to wait for the expected meeting with US President Barack Obama, after the UN General Assembly gathering in New York late next month, adding that it was not clear that there would be a meeting. “In any case,” Ben-David said, “I doubt Obama could say anything that would convince Netanyahu to delay a possible attack.”
According to the report, Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak believe Obama would have no choice but to give backing for an Israeli attack before the US presidential elections in November. Former Mossad chief, Ephraim Halevy, is quoted as saying that, for next twelve weeks, ‘if I were an Iranian, I would be very worried’ about an Israeli strike.
High-Level Opposition to a Strike on Iran
There is still considerable opposition to an Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities, including the army’s chief of the General Staff and top generals, the intelligence community and opposition leader Shaul Mofaz. President Shimon Peres spoke out this week coming into the open with his apparent long-standing opposition to an Israeli attack on Iran. However, dissenting voices often come from those most closely ranked – a simple ploy to lull the real opposition into a false sense of security.
If Netanyahu orders an attack will it be carried out by Israel’s high command despite opposition from within Israel’s Armed Forces?
According to Ben-David, it is the Israeli government that would have to take the decision, and there Netanyahu is “almost guaranteed” a majority.
A senior official, National Security Adviser Yaakov Amidror, was sent to update the elderly spiritual leader of the Shas ultra-Orthodox coalition party, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, on the status of the Iranian nuclear program. It is hoped that the approach will win over Shas government ministers’ support for the initiative.
Who Rules, Politicians or Freemasons?
There are powerful economic interests in the US who are pressing for an attack on Iran. Is this an Israeli war project or is Israel’s prime minister a US political proxy, acting on behalf of the Pentagon? Is Netanyahu a pawn in the hands of powers behind the scenes?
A close integration of command structures exists between US and Israel and between the Pentagon and Israel’s Ministry of Defence. Last January it was reported that a large number of US troops were to be stationed in Israel. Preparations for war against Iran by US-Israel and NATO has been under way since 2003 and has included the deployment and stockpiling of advanced weapons systems.
It is therefore obvious that Israel cannot, under any circumstances, attack Iran without the military backing of the US and NATO.
Who are the elites of the economic powers overshadowing the political process in both the US and Israel? It is pertinent to note that men like President Barack Obama, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Jordan’s King Hussein, and countless other men in top positions of power are linked through high levels of Freemasonry. The question begs to be asked – does their affiliation to such esoteric organisations override their loyalty to their nation and its people? Or would these men see their sacred vows to this overarching body as their prime allegiance? If this is the case, are we witnessing Freemasonic interests being carried out in the public arena – and are we able to judge the final outcome?