Jun 4, 2008

Obama Plays to AIPAC on Iran--Any Real "Change" Here?

"There's no greater threat to Israel or to the peace and stability of the region than Iran"

Obama speaks to his most powerful "constituents" (actually unregistered agents of a foreign government)--The Lobby. Parroting the propaganda he refers to Iran as a "regime" and a "grave threat" in the neoconservative nomenclature. Gas prices will certainly continue to rise on this speech, as his words demonstrate NO CHANGE in entangling alliances with Israel, bowing to the Lobby, and continuing the neocon agenda, at least at first glance. Oil futures will continue to climb on war fears as this middle east policy based upon nothing but propaganda about Iran continues. He may say "diplomacy" but they can make him go to war, and will, through stealth provocations or false-flag events--"like a new Pearl Harbor" or another Gulf of Tonkin fabrication.

It is interesting the MSM in this article attempts to pin certain words and meanings to his words, as if to "eliminate" Iran itself. The word "everything" appears to mean including war and this article seems to try to get him to sign the Zionist contract with AIPAC by his own words. Are they reporting or influencing? He does say this toward the end, "If it is in the interest of the United States" --maybe it is a hint of subtle resistance to the most powerful Lobby to which most of Washington bows.

Meanwhile you will be paying over $4.00 per gallon at the pump, and even higher this summer, until this war-mongering neoconservative agenda for a "new middle east" is stopped and the imperial forces of Democracy withdrawn.

clipped from www.breitbart.com
Obama says goal 'to eliminate' Iran threat
Democratic presumptive presidential nominee Barack Obama vowed Wednesday he would work to "eliminate" the threat posed by Iran to security in the Middle East and around the globe.

"There's no greater threat to Israel or to the peace and stability of the region than Iran," he told the powerful pro-Israel lobby, the American Israel Public Affairs Council (AIPAC).

"The danger from Iran is grave and real and my goal will be to eliminate this threat," he said, adding loudly to add emphasis that he would "everything" to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

"The Iranian regime supports violent extremes. And challenges across the region. It pursues a nuclear capability that could spark a dangerous arms race," he told AIPAC's annual meeting in Washington.