Iran Wants War? We Should Oblige Them!
Larry Klayman says Trump & Netanyahu 'talk big but act little'
By Larry Klayman
September 20, 2019
This week saw the likely end of two adversarial Middle Eastern regimes. Ironically, this occurred in countries that could not be more diametrically different and opposed to each other. The first was of course Israel, where for many years its eloquent but "hot air" filled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has threatened strong decisive action against the Islamic Republic of Iran, which has continually threatened to destroy not just Israel, kill all Jews and by extension Christians, but also destroy the "Great Satan," the United States.
In the Israeli elections this week, Netanyahu's Likud Party lost seats in the Knesset and no longer has the lion's share of seats — thus signaling his loss of the prime ministership, particularly in the context of Bibi's likely indictment on charges of bribery and other corruption. In my opinion, the primary reason for his impending "exit stage left" is that, contrary to the incorrect perception in America, Netanyahu was a weak leader.
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