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60 Years and Counting: The Guilt Trip Never Ends
Will the lies and manipulation ever end?
From the looks of the latest zionist recommendations for Germany's "role" in punishing israel's most prominent foe, it looks like the world's best manipulators have no intention of letting go of their 60-year-long guilt trip.
The mullahs' [Ahmedinejad's] oft-repeated threats to eliminate Israel are frequently downplayed in sectors of German society as the empty ravings of pathologically religious zealots. This marginalizing of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's language represents a bizarre understanding of history in a nation in which not so long ago, a fundamentally mad dictator implemented his rhetoric to wage war against Jews, homosexuals, political dissidents, and Roma and Sinti.
Thank G_d, zionists are here to set Germans straight!
Germans must never be allowed to live down their alleged role in "the horrible massacre of 6 million Jews."
Nevermind that barely any German alive today had anything to do with it.
When Olmert touches down at Tegel Airport in two days, he will be confronted with two choices: Israel can behave like a kind of orphan begging for a second helping of watered-down porridge, or it can embrace a public diplomatic offensive intended to convince Germany to take an assertive lead on clamping down on economic relations with Iran. German politicians like Ruprecht Polenz, the Iran-friendly head of the Bundestag's Foreign Affairs Committee (and Merkel's party colleague), will argue that China and Russia will fill any gap created by Germany's withdrawal from trade with Iran. Polenz's bogus argument ignores the fact that the Chinese and Russians cannot supply Iran with the sophisticated Western-design technology necessary for Iran's growing infrastructure.
What do Zionists want?
An end to German trade with Iran. UN sanctions are not enough.
The new UN penalties, which may not even be approved by the full Security Council, will in any event not impede the flourishing trade relationship between Germany and Iran. Germany was the European Union's biggest exporter to Iran in 2007 (3.5 billion euros of goods), selling it nearly 1.5 billion euros' worth of engineering products and high-tech equipment, two categories that fall into the gray zone of dual-use technology. This is "Made in Germany" merchandise that can be applied either to nonmilitary use or the creation of a nuclear weapons arsenal. (In late January, the German engineering giant Siemens, which is active in Iran's dual-use energy and medical sectors, acknowledged that it had spent 19 million euros bribing Iranian officials to do business with it. The exact nature of the quid pro quo of the German-Iranian bribery scandal still remains a mystery.)
Although German exports to Iran shrank by 15 percent last year, there is a new twist, involving a dramatic 50-percent increase of business going in the opposite direction, with Iranian exports to Germany totaling 580 million euros - trade that entails more than just Iranian pistachio nuts. The German business daily Handelsblatt wrote in January that there is a "growing resistance among the German business class against sanctions."
Surely, israelis are justified in wanting to protect their "shitty little country" from the threats of that "horrible madman" Ahmedinejad?
Surely, it's not too much to demand that Germany, host to the last madman who tried to "wipe them off the face of the earth," should lend israelis a helping hand?
And while they're at it, they can help put an end to Germany's infernal anti-semitic plans to TRADE IN IRANIAN GAS:
[O]ne of the more startling recent revelations of her tough anti-Iranian rhetoric concerned not German firms, but neighboring Austria: In a meeting in New York last September, the chancellor sharply criticized the 22-billion-euro oil deal between the partially state-owned Austrian oil and energy company OMV, and Iran. The announcement this week that German gas company RWE will become a partner in the Nabucco natural gas pipeline plan controlled by OMV suggests, however, that the possibility of influencing Iran is being significantly undercut in favor of Iranian gas that will flow to Europe through the pipeline.
So, you see - israelis rant and rave about alleged nuclear weapons and Ahmedinejad's so-called intent to wipe israel off the map, and they bitch and moan about the debt Germany and the world owes to israel, but in the end israeli rhetoric all boils down to selfish, unmitigated GREED.
israelis want to be the only players in the European market for oil and gas.
That's the plan.
Control the Middle East's oil and gas and sell it at monopoly prices to a captive European market.
It's time the world woke up to this implacable zionist conspiracy to control the world's supply of oil and gas. Life as we know it literally depends on it.