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There is no love lost between Netanyahu and Obama. And it's not as if Obama and Sarkozy are lovers themselves, now is it? Just shaking hands with each other puts their teeth on edge. See the tight set of their jaws? See how Sarkozy grabs Obama's arm instead of his hand? Perhaps he has run out of Monk Wipes. Unfortunately their strings don't allow for a good, honest Punch and Satan show.
Rest assured, everything will continue as usual despite even Abe Foxman's hysteria, which is merely the typical knee-jerk reaction to everything that justifies his existence. The US and France will still back Israel if "attacked" by Iran, because "restructuring" the Middle East (read "taking control of the oil countries") is where it's at, man.
Notice there is no comment from the Bibi camp. He's too busy trying to prove Iran is "racing" toward nuclear weaponry. And what could be more careless than threatening war with Iran? Blaming it on a leak from Mossad and Shin Bet just doesn't cut it at this stage:
"Netanyahu portrayed the equation at the beginning of his term as: [Iranian president Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad is Hitler; if he is not stopped in time, there will be a Holocaust. There are some who describe Netanyahu's fervour on this subject as an obsession: all his life he's dreamed of being Churchill. Iran gives him the chance."Gilad Atzmon, popular Israeli jazz saxophonist with degrees in philosophy says (See VIDEO) that the guys running Israel have no sense of history - believe it or not! - and have learned nothing from it; they have gained no understanding of consequences. Only three years after being liberated from Hitler's camps, they tried to annihilate the Palestinians. They lost self-esteem and international sympathy in Lebanon, they lost more of it in Gaza, and they're going to lose completely with their designs on Iran. Netanyahu is leading Israel toward its last stand.
Atzmon accepts the label of "proud, self-hating Jew", and he highly approves of revisionism. History is always revised by the future, he says - we view it differently from the vantage point of our current experiences.
If you can't get hold of or don't have time to read Atzmon's book "The Wandering Who?", the above-linked video provides an excellent gist. A brilliant Atzmon truism: "While in the past an "anti-Semite" was someone who hates Jews, nowadays it is the other way around, an anti-Semite is someone the Jews hate." (Pg. 54)