A NATO-Israeli war 21... ?
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 18, 2009 at 14:30
Hi, Yuval !
Thanks for your thoughtful comment.
> now we find out NATO is actually an Islamist minion, crushing Serbia, establishing another Isalmic State, and now making ready to re-acquired the Land ofIsrael for the Caliphate via Nuclear annihilation. <
The future may produce very unlikely and unpleasant scenarios. Who could think e.g. some thirty-twenty years ago that NATO would follow exactly in Hitler's footsteps in the Balkans : bombing Belgrad with its newest rockets and war planes, expelling Serbs from their oldest home, i.e. Kosovo, establishing there a Moslem state (Greater Albania), letting in masses of jihadists into the Balkans, vilifying the Serbs who dared oppose NATO-sponsored Islam ... ?
I am sure this was done as part of a larger unholy project whose details lie hidden in the NATO and American archives.
Thinking of the Balkans I can also image a similar -mutatis mutandis- scenario in the Near East where NATO, popular with Moslems through its anti-Serbian exploits and propaganda and under the growing pressure of its Eurabian-Turkish-Arab lobby will choose to blackmail Israel to acknowledge the anti-Jewish state of Gazastan. This will be done as always "for Israel's good" - under the sweet NATO slogans of peace, security, stability, cooperations with 'all' guarantees, cordial embraces and words of honour ...
When Israel in view of Gazastani rockets and provocations opposes - as Serbia did - then NATO true to its pro-Islamic agenda and bound by hundreds of visible and invisible ties with the Islamic world will swoop on Israel and bomb it into submission ... They bombed Belgrad, so why couldn't they bomb Tel Aviv ? They want to be loved and respected by their Moslem darlings, so here is the best way to acquire Moslems' hearts and minds.
> Nothing new under the sun.<
For Israel the choice is clear. Unless it is capable of defending itself against its Arab/Moslem enemies possibly reinforced by NATO, it cannot feel secure. Realistically and cynically speaking both the US and NATO are as likely to act as traitors as potential allies. But bitter experience from the Balkans teaches not to trust both at all and expect the worst.
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