Friday, September 25, 2009

The Speech of the Century: Benjamin Netanyahu's UN Speech (Update)

I have only posted this part of the speech because it is the most important.. This man knows what is coming in the near future.

His words of warning are very true.

Russia may think it has established relations with Iran, but Russia will regret what it has done. Russia will fall victim to Iran, North Korea and China.

The religious philosphy of the Muslim world has always been able to co-exist with China's religious history and not with Russia's orthodox religion.

I have the sense that Israel is starting to lose hope in depending on the U.S.

But the Prime Minister of Israel has been talking about Iran for sometime and has looked for hope in China.

China tells Israel - No more nuclear support to Iran
Israel-Iran, Military, 8/25/1997

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has appealed to the Chinese to pressure Iran to halt its nuclear weapons program.

Israeli Radio said yesterday that the Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Li Chin has told Netanyahu that China made the decision to not provide or supply Iran with nuclear technology.

The radio report pointed out that Netanyahu has received an invitation to visit China next year along with the finance minister and an Israeli economic delegation.

Al Ahram reported today that Natenyahu has accepted the invitation.

I think the Prime Minister realizes that you can't deal with China or trust them.

It has now come down to Israel's survival.


Given that Israel has tried to seek Russia's help (to no avail), in stopping Iran in their now successful attempt at developing a nuclear program, China is in position to veto any sanctions the U.N. votes on.

From a geopolitical standpoint, China will seek to hold the upper-hand over Russia in that China is dependent on Russia's natural resources.

China will not want to be in a position that Europe is in, in that Russia uses its natural resources to manipulate Europe.

As for Obama asking for sanctions? If China does go along with sanctions, expect Obama to give away more than what was given to Russia. And there is no doubt, it will cost America plenty.

Obama calls for a reduction in nuclear arms and "shelves" the missile defense system in Eastern Europe which leaves all of Eastern Europe vulnerable to Iran as well as Russia.

Putin won the first round against Obama, but it will be China who gets the big prize in all of this.

The question will be what will Obama give China? Will it be China's request on a new world currency?

BEIJING -- China called for the creation of a new currency to eventually replace the dollar as the world's standard, proposing a sweeping overhaul of global finance that reflects developing nations' growing unhappiness with the U.S. role in the world economy.

Or will the Prime Minister of Israel use force against Iran to persuade China to put pressure on Iran.

The later may be the best option in the long run.

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