Thursday, 22 November 2012
I heard a fascinating talk by James Martin last night: War and Peace in the Nuclear Age. He described Israel as possessing nuclear submarines armed with enough warheads to destroy every city in the Middle East. As it would take only four nukes to destroy Israel, they would have to launch a first strike if they felt sure they were about to be attacked. This puts the whole Middle Ease mess into perspective. Since Israelis believe their own propaganda, it would be too easy for them to think they must push the button. Just to complete the picture, Dr Martin said that "the Koran tells Muslims that Israel must be destroyed"; this is such a preposterous fabrication that it can only have come out of the mind of some crazed Zionist. The Koran says nothing of the sort. President Ahmadinejad is quoted as saying "Israel must be wiped off the map", but as I have explained before, what he said in Persian was "Israel [not Israelis] must vanish from the page of time" - something that could happen as peacefully as the demise of Czechoslovakia or the Soviet Union, if Israelis would agree to live peacefully in a multi-ethnic state (as Jews did for 13 centuries under Muslim rule). It is increasingly clear to everybody except Zionists and their puppets in the governments of America and its Western allies that the existence of Israel in its present form cannot be reconciled with peace.