The sand in King Bibi Netanyahu’s 911 hour glass has almost run out.

_47954376_101011091Earlier today, PM Netanyahu announced new elections after firing two key ministers in his government – Yesh Atid leader Finance Minister Yair Lapid and Hatnua leader Justice Minister Tzipi Livni.

Livni and Lapid opposed Israel’s National Bill and provided Netanyahu a golden opportunity to reinstate his status as a devoted Jewish patriotic and a nationalist voice. I guess that Netanyahu will survive this political round.

But here is a small yet significant piece of the story. Seven month ago it was Netanyahu who mounted pressure on the PA, the Hamas and the Palestinian population in an effort to break up the Palestinian unity government. After six month of violence, a war in Gaza and a 3rd Intifada in the making, the Palestinians seem more united than ever, and Netanyahu’s Government is breaking apart.

The United Nations General Assembly has overwhelmingly adopted an Arab-backed resolution urging Israel to join the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

The assembly approved of the resolution in a 161-5 vote, with 18 countries abstaining, on Tuesday.

The United States and Canada were among the countries that opposed the resolution.

The resolution urges the Tel Aviv regime to join the NPT and put its nuclear facilities under the safeguard of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency.

The resolution, which is backed by 18 Arab countries, also expresses deep concern over Israel’s nuclear capabilities.

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4 Responses to “The sand in King Bibi Netanyahu’s 911 hour glass has almost run out.”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Is this Bibi’s darkest secret. — Listen to this recording from 24:59 —

  2. sovereigntea says:

    French lawmakers have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a motion to recognize Palestine as an independent state.

    The motion, urging the French government to recognize Palestine as a sovereign state, was backed by a majority of 339 lawmakers while 151 members voted against.

    French lawmakers had earlier called on the government to back the cause in order to reach a definitive resolution to the conflict between Israel and Palestinians.

    The Israeli embassy in Paris immediately reacted to the motion, saying in a statement that “Israel believes that the vote in the National Assembly…will reduce the possibility of achieving a deal between Israel and the Palestinians.”

    “Decisions of this nature harden the Palestinian position and send the wrong message to the people and the leaders of the region,” the statement added.

    French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told the parliament before the vote that the government would not be bound by the vote. He also added that Paris would recognize an independent Palestine if a final round of negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians fails to bear any results.

  3. Aldous says:

    There’s an iconic first line (after the memorable intro chorus) from Canadian R. (Richard) Dean Taylor’s – the most successful White artist/composer/singer on the Tamla Motown label – 1970 hit (UK No 2/US No 5) #Indiana Wants Me#

    “If a man ever needed dying, he did”

    This SURELY applies to Netanyahu/Satanyahu who will undoubtedly have an extra special and ultra-warm welcome awaiting him at the Gates of Hell.

    There’s also a memorable line from the movie ‘Last Man Standing’ which resonates with the likes of Netanyahu? John Smith: [after the final shootout] I can’t say it all went exactly the way I’d planned, but I was right about one thing: they [Netanyahu was] were all better off dead. After all, everybody ends up dead… it’s just a matter of when and not if?

    Satanyahu’s looking a tad poorly in this article’s image which is a good thing. Let’s hope some harm comes to him – soon. It might just save the planet.

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