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東京新聞も棄てたものはないが、元外報だか外信だかの部長と面識あり。彼は関連の拙著も所持している。『ハアレッツ』記事は保存せり。Re: 「9・11」の陰謀とイラク攻撃
http://www.asyura.com/0304/war30/msg/885.html
投稿者 木村愛二 日時 2003 年 4 月 06 日 17:25:24:

(回答先: 「9・11」の陰謀とイラク攻撃 投稿者 クエスチョン 日時 2003 年 4 月 06 日 16:52:46)

東京新聞も棄てたものはないが、元外報だか外信だかの部長と面識あり。彼は関連の拙著も所持している。

さらに、わが電網宝庫記事と昨年10月25日発行のわが新編著『9・11事件の真相と背景』(副題:「テロ」か? 自作自演の戦争挑発謀略か?アメリカ=イスラエル=世界支配構想の核心を突く)を読めば、これぐらいの論評は簡単にできる。

この記事で指摘されている『ハアレッツ』記事は、以下であるが、入手後、情報戦争の檄戦下の超多忙につき、保存せり。

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShowdownIraq.jhtml?contrassID=33

t Haaretz Print Edition
HAARETZ.COM
SHOWDOWN WITH IRAQ

Monday, March 17, 2003 Adar2 13, 5763 Israel Time: 18:23 (GMT+2)

Is the war good for the Jews?
By Gideon Samet

The question of what is good for the Jews was always slightly flawed. It assumed that even if something were bad for the rest of the world but good for the Jews, that would be just fine. After all, while we were suffering, the world always remained silent. The imminent war in Iraq - a military event that has had more promos than any other in history - has already conceived a new Elders of Zion text: the Jews are promoting the war from behind the global curtain because it is good for Israel. Aside from the rest of this libel's ugly shortcomings, the entire thesis is rather flimsy. Bush's war on Iraq is not good for Israel, either.
It may benefit current Israeli policy. Iraq does not pose a risk to Israel's security, but the apocalypse that America will rain down on its satanic rival will reshuffle the deck and enable the Sharon government to engage in its favorite pastime: buying time and disrupting any chance of negotiations with the Palestinians. No matter what happens, that will be the end result. If America succeeds, an arrogant White House will flash a V-sign with a big "We told you so."
At that point, everything will play out according to the American scenario. Indeed, even without the Zionist conspiracy theory, the influence wielded by conservative and right-wing Jews - occupying strong positions in Washington's decision-making echelons and pushing against a compromise on the territories - will grow substantially. And Bush, not an enthusiastic supporter of pressuring Israel, will mainly be interested in being reelected by a more convincing majority than in the November 2000 election fiasco.
If the war is unsuccessful, the beaten Bush would have neither momentum nor appetite to face another regional mess that would entail, among other things, pressuring the Palestinians and enraging the Jews, because of simultaneous pressure on Israel.
Yet, the American president is not expected to come out of the war in good shape regardless of its result. A simple, clean victory is not possible. If Bush chooses a "surgical" air blitz, the slaughter of civilians will make it very difficult for him to bask in his victory, and most certainly so if Saddam is not vaporized in his Muqata. We are, then, at a historic crossroads, not only because of developments of far-reaching significance between the United States and Europe and other opponents of the war ("With France like these," wrote one American newspaper this week, "Washington doesn't need enemies").
It is an important crossroads also with regard to the question of what's good - or bad - for the Jews.
One of the main lessons that the right-wing Israeli government can borrow from the miserable chain of events leading to this war is the necessity, justified by Western leaders, of liquidating the leadership of the Axis of Evil. The litany of Bush's justifications for a war is growing thinner and thinner as the justifications themselves change. The reasons have recently been reduced to only two: the fact (if that's what it is) that Saddam is endangering the security of America and the West, and that America has the right to defend itself by force without the international community's consent. For Sharon, there is no better spin than this. An American president going to a war of choice is a strange reflection of Arik's portrait, and may very well prove helpful to Sharon.
On Monday, the prime minister enlisted the six million of the Holocaust and the West's appeasement of Hitler to justify the liquidation of Saddam. The equation was drawn not only between the Nazi and the Iraqi dictators, but also, with obvious association, it returned to that well-known parallel drawn by Menachem Begin between the leader of the Palestinians and Adolf Hitler.
Even though Saddam is now the only matter of international interest to the White House, the American media has been commenting recently on the shift of nuance and content in Bush's Middle East pronouncements.
He clearly indicated that there would be a postponement in the handling of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He has grown more flexible in his attitude toward settlements, so much so that Martin Indyk, the former U.S. ambassador in Tel Aviv, declared that the Sharon government "can breathe a sign of relief." When the current leadership is able to breathe a sign of relief about the conflict, that will not be good for the Jews. Behind the facade of liquidating the evil man on the banks of the Tigris and the Euphrates, Israelis will be called upon to continue paying the price of the local war, in our neighboring West Bank.

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