"Former U.S. ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk said on Sunday that he thinks the U.S. will go to war with Iran over its nuclear program in 2013.
Speaking during a panel on the CBS program Face the Nation, Indyk said, "I'm afraid that 2013 is going to be a year in which we're going to have a military confrontation with Iran."
This Martin Indyk dude is a bad dude. Vice President and Director for Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution, was a co-founder of AIPAC - American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and served as director of WINEP - Washington Institute for Near East Policy. He's also been a major player with PNAC - Project for a New American Century. In short, this bastard is neocon personified and relative to concern toward human beings on this earth, evil personified.
"Regarding the recent friction between U.S. President Barack Obama and Netanyahu over "red lines" on Iran, Indyk said that he doesn't think "the difference between Netanyahu and Obama on this is that great, in terms of the president's commitment not to allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons."
He added, however, that Netanyahu's insistence on public "red lines" was unreasonable.
"That is an unreasonable requirement. The idea of putting out a public red line - in effect issuing an ultimatum - is something that no president would do. If you noticed, Governor Romney is not putting out a red line; Senator McCain didn't, either. And neither is Bibi Netanyahu for that matter, in terms of Israel's own actions."
In other words, he knows it's all bullshit rhetoric and Obama and Netanyahu are on the same page. The key is both know Iran is not developing nuclear weapons and is not even close to attaining that capability. Yet both maintain the charade that Iran is developing weapons of mass destruction. Obama is Bush is Netanyahu.
Taking his case to the American public, Netanyahu said in U.S. television interviews that by mid-2013, Iran would be 90 percent of the way toward enough enriched uranium for a bomb. He urged the United States to spell out limits that Tehran must not cross or else face military action - something Obama has refused to do.
"You have to place that red line before them now, before it's too late," Netanyahu told NBC's "Meet the Press" program, saying that such a move could reduce the chances of having to attack Iran's nuclear sites.
Neocons and warmongers and evildoers are roaming the mainstream media spreading lies and propaganda. Iran is their cash cow. Will they go all in for the big payoff? I don't think they will. It's too risky and they won't be able to get an authorization for war as they have in the past unless they can somehow get Iran to take some bait. Then again, who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?