Tuesday May 21, 2013
Will Romney View The Real Wailing Wall and Israel's WMD Facility?Eileen Fleming Salem-News.com
Romney hasn't mentioned a word about Israel’s 200 illegal nuclear warheads, nor did he mention the real wailing wall-Israel’s separation Wall.
(CLERMONT, FLA) - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is on his way to Tel Aviv; and on Tuesday, at the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention in Nevada, he opined that the people of Israel deserve better diplomatic protection than that they have been receiving under President Barack Obama.
Romney accused the President of being "fond of lecturing Israel’s leaders" and the "people of Israel deserve better than what they have received from the leader of the free world. And the chorus of accusations, threats, and insults at the United Nations should never again include the voice of the President of the United States."
Regarding Iran, Romney warned "there is no greater danger in the world today than the prospect of the ayatollahs in Tehran possessing nuclear weapons capability…The regime in Tehran is drawing closer to developing a nuclear weapon…The threat of weapons of mass destruction proliferation is ever-present."
Romney uttered not a word about Israel’s WMD, which numbered up to 200 nuclear warheads in 1986, nor did he mention the real wailing wall-Israel’s separation Wall.
"Financed with U.S. aid at a cost of $1.5 million per mile, the Israeli wall prevents residents from receiving health care and emergency medical services. In other areas, the barrier separates farmers from their olive groves which have been their families' sole livelihood for generations."
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, Page 43, Jan/Feb. 2007]
On page one of Jeff Halper's, Obstacles to Peace, A Re-Framing of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict,he wrote, "Missing from Israel’s security framing is the very fact of occupation, which Israel both denies exists…and that ‘security’ requires Israel control over the entire country…rendering impossible a just peace based on human rights, international law, reconciliation."
Just a few weeks after his freedom of speech trial began on the same day Hamas was transparently and democratically elected in January 2006, Israel’s nuclear Whistle Blower, Mordechai Vanunu taped this invitation to American Christians:
Vanunu was released from 18 years in a windowless tomb sized cell on 21 April 2004, under draconian restrictions that still forbid him from leaving Israel and speaking to foreigners.
Vanunu explained, "This administration tells me I am not allowed to speak to foreigners, the Media, and the world. But I do because that is how I prove my true humanity to the world. "The Israelis have 200 atomic weapons and they accuse the Palestinians and Muslims of terrorism. The Dimona is 46 years old; reactors last 25 to 30 years. The Dimona has never been inspected and Israel has never signed the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty but all the Arab states have. "Twenty years ago when I worked there they only produced when the air was blowing towards Jordan ten miles away. No one knows what is happening now. The world needs to wake up and see the real terrorism is the occupation and the Palestinians have lived under that terror regime for 40 years.
"All the secrets I had were published in 1989 in an important book, by [Nuclear Physicist] Frank Barnaby, The Invisible Bomb: Nuclear Arms Race in the Middle East."
Barnaby was hired by the London Sunday Times in 1986 to interview Vanunu, which he did for three days before Vanunu was kidnapped, clubbed, drugged and transported back to Israel by Mossad.
During Vanunu’s closed door trial, Barnaby testified testified, "I found Vanunu very straightforward about his motives for violating Israel's secrecy laws he explained to me that he believed that both the Israeli and the world public had the right to know about the information he passed on. He seemed to me to be acting ideologically.
"Israel's political leaders have, he said, consistently lied about Israel's nuclear-weapons programme and he found this unacceptable in a democracy. The knowledge that Vanunu had about Israel's nuclear weapons, about the operations at Dimona, and about security at Dimona could not be of any use to anyone today. He left Dimona in October 1985." 
After WWII, Attorney Yaccov Shapiro, who later became Israel's Minister Of Justice, described the Emergency Defense Regulations which deny Vanunu his inalienable rights of freedom of speech and movement as "unparalleled in any civilized country: there were no such laws in Nazi Germany."
The establishment of Israel’s statehood was contingent upon upholding the UN UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS-and as a Member State America is obligated to hold ALL other Member States to it!
Article 13 affirms:
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