Debka is reporting that Obama is negotiating with Israel to attack Iran in the Spring. Really? Iran will have weapons’ grade material in October and it is reported that biological and chemical attacks are already in place in major Israeli cities. Netanyahu understands that Obama cannot be trusted: especially when it comes to the security and sovereignty of a country. Just look at the United States. Obama has opened the borders not only to illegal aliens but to terrorists. Does anyone feel more secure now than three years ago? We have flash mob attacks with no consequences across the country.
Forget all of the politics and media propaganda. Consider these facts:
- Netanyahu is a strong leader who understands which leaders he can trust.
- Iran has consistently called for the destruction of the Zionist state.
- Iran will have nuclear capability in October (or as some sources are reporting, Iran already has North Korean warheads).
- As of today, Obama knows he will not be reelected so these alleged promises are worthless.
And the final question that Netanyahu must be asking himself is what will an additional six months do except give Iran more time to develop military and terrorist capabilities? And the answer to the question posed in the title of this article is simple: Netanyahu is not stupid.
The White House this week scrambled to reconnect with Jerusalem after the Obama administration was persuaded that Israel was serious about conducting a fall military operation against Iran’s nuclear program before the Nov. 6 US presidential election – notwithstanding the heavy opposition guns firing against it at home and from Washington. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, assisted by their newly-appointed Home Front Defense Minister, were seen deep in practical preparations for this operation and its repercussions, as well an outbreak of hostilities with Syria and Hizballah.
The White House accordingly got in touch with Netanyahu’s office to find out what America must do to convince Israel to back off.
Wednesday, Aug.15, DEBKAfile revealed exclusively that the Obama and Netanyahu were discussing a one-on-one encounter on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session opening in New York on Sept. 18 in order to resume their military and strategic dialog on the Iranian issue broken off by their polar differences.
DEBKAfile now learns that those discussions have moved forward. Handled by National Security Adviser Tom Donilon for the US president and senior adviser Ron Dermer for the prime minister, they focus essentially on a four-point plan embodying Israel’s requirements for delaying an attack.