President Obama did more damage to Israel’s security then anyone, and it’s not even close. Thankfully, the Israelis had the brilliant and indomitable Benjamin Netanyahu to fight back. Here Netanyahu brilliantly schools Obama, when Obama tried to manipulate him into accepting the genocidal pre-1967 borders with the Arabs.
That is just one example. Netanyahu came out swinging during the Iran Nuclear Deal negotiations. Netanyahu knew that the pro-Jihad and Israel-hating Obama would make a disastrous deal with Iran. Netanyahu passionately and courageously stated Israel’s case on the various news outlets, the internet, at the UN, and of course to the United States Congress, which infuriated the anti-Semitic Obama administration.
While Netanyahu would not be successful in stopping Obama’s genocidal Iran deal at the time, his efforts did not go unnoticed by the Trump administration. President Trump rightfully removed the United States from the deal, effectively cancelling it.
Trump deserves huge credit for removing America from this genocidal agreement. However, it is quite plausible that Trump would have maintained the nuclear deal with Iran had Prime Minister Netanyahu not spoken out so clearly, passionately and forcefully against it. One should remember that in 2015, Prime Minister Netanyahu was alone in speaking out against the JCPOA.
The Israelis are going to the polls on April 9. They would be crazy to vote against Prime inisterM Netanyahu, who has taken this tiny piece of beach and transformed into one of the most powerful countries in the world. It is a good idea to remind Israel’s voters what can happen if they have weak and compliant leaders such as Netanyahu’s opponents, especially when dealing with hostile foreign leaders, which may happen again in 2020.
“WATCH: Netanyahu ad: A dis of Obama or show of strength on Israel’s security?,” by Marcy Oster, Jerusalem Post, Marcy Oster, March 29, 2019:
Is Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu trying to convince the Israeli public of his national security bona fides? Or is he taking a cheap shot at Barack Obama?
Two weeks before Israelis go to the polls, a Likud party campaign ad shows Netanyahu lecturing the former U.S. president about the peace process in 2011 in front of reporters in the Oval Office.
During that White House visit, Netanyahu told Obama that for Israel to make peace, “Palestinians will have to accept some basic realities.”
“Israel obviously cannot be asked to negotiate with a government that is backed by the Palestinian version of al-Qaida,” Netanyahu is seen saying in the video clip. He also talks about the Palestinians’ demand for a right of return.
“So it’s not going to happen. Everybody knows it’s not going to happen. And I think it’s time to tell the Palestinians forthrightly it’s not going to happen,” Netanyahu says in the video, as a stoic Obama studies him, chin in hand.
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) March 28, 2019
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