Christopher Bollyn – April 9, 2010
"I'm not concerned that anyone would think that Israel is a terrorist regime," Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem press conference, 7 April 2010
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has abruptly cancelled his trip to Washington, planned for next Monday and Tuesday to attend a conference on the spread of nuclear weapons. The Jerusalem Post
writes that Netanyahu had suddenly cancelled his visit fearing Israel would be singled out over its own nuclear facilities. I don't think that is the real reason. I have reason to believe that my calls for Americans to protest Israel's involvement in 9-11 played a role in his decision to stay away. The fact that the Arab and Muslim states are calling for action to be taken on Israel's illegal nuclear arsenal is certainly not unexpected nor is it news to anyone (least of all the Israelis) whereas my call for 9-11 activists to protest his visit and bring public and media attention to Israel's role in the atrocity is certainly a new factor. Netanyahu does not want to face public protests raising questions about the Israeli false-flag terror of 9-11. "I'm not concerned that anyone would think that Israel is a terrorist regime," Netanyahu told the Associated Press on April 7. Most of the world, however, sees Netanyahu's Israel as exactly that - a terrorist regime running a terrorist state. Millions of Americans now know that Ehud Barak, Benjamin Netanyahu, and their terrorist cronies in Israeli intelligence were behind 9-11.
The Jerusalem Post
reports on April 9 that Netanyahu had said he would attend the conference to underline the dangers of terrorists acquiring nuclear weapons, but suddenly called off the trip less than two days after he announced he would take part. Israel's Army Radio reported that US sources informed Israel that a group of participating Arab countries led by Turkey and Egypt plan to use the summit to demand that Israel sign the NPT (Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty) and allow its alleged nuclear capabilities to be placed under international inspection. But there is certainly nothing new about this. It is to be expected at any conference in which nuclear weapons are discussed. In Washington, National Security Council spokesman Mike Hammer confirmed that Israel had informed the US that Netanyahu would be staying home, sending his deputy, Intelligence Minister Dan Meridor, instead.
Sources: "Israeli PM calls off trip to nuclear conference", Associated Press, April 9, 2010
"PM withdraws from nuclear conference", Haaretz
, April 9, 2010
"PM cancels nuclear summit trip", Jerusalem Post
, April 9, 2010
Note: Israel's prime minister was scheduled to travel to the United States next Sunday or Monday with his accomplices in Israel's illegal nuclear weapons industry. I have made several calls for Americans to protest against these criminal terrorists loudly and point out Netanyahu's and Israel's involvement in 9-11 and call for his arrest. One day after I called for public protests on R.J. Hender's radio show on RBN, Hender was visited by two FBI agents at his home in Utah. The FBI is clearly out-of-line and acting illegally - like the Gestapo or the KGB - by harassing American patriots. The FBI has been spying on Americans, like me, for years. This outlaw agency is a clear danger to the republic.
Netanyahu is a terrorist that should be publicly shamed and never allowed to visit the United States (or anywhere else) without loud and sustained protests from the people. Some questions Netanyahu should be made to answer:
What was Ehud Olmert doing in New York City on 9-11 and why has this visit been kept secret?
Who were the people on the El Al flight that left New York on the afternoon of 9-11?
There are many more questions that I will put together to bring attention to Israel's central role in 9-11.
From: "PM to take part in US nuke summit" by Herb Keinon, Jerusalem Post
, April 7, 2010
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced on Tuesday that he will return to the US on Monday [April 12], to take part in President Barack Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit, just three weeks after he met with Obama in a meeting widely characterized as extremely difficult.
Beyond meeting Obama at a reception for the more than 40 leaders from around the world who are expected at the two-day gathering, no one-on-one meeting is scheduled between the two men.
The prime minister will be accompanied by Shaul Horev, director-general of the Israel Atomic Energy Commission, and National Security Council head Uzi Arad.
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SOME DAY AMERICANS WILL AWAKEN to the heavy strategic price their own nation pays for indulging Israeli excesses. Israel may be successful in securing all of Jerusalem within its own borders. But it runs the historic risk of making itself, by a ghastly irony, a pariah state.
Last updated 13/04/2010