Benjamin Netanyahu, who was trying to show an apocalyptic picture of Iran’s nuclear energy program, admitted that Iran does not have a nuclear weapon.
Talk with Gordon Duff, senior editor of Veterans Today from Ohio, regarding the issue.
Q: Firstly, I wanted to ask you about what the Israeli prime minister spoke about as being the “medieval forces” of radical Islam versus the “modern forces”, as he described them. I would like to get your reaction to that if I may.
Duff: It is unusual hearing someone as radical and extremist as Netanyahu talk about others. The reactions in Islam were carefully orchestrated by Israeli forces that produced the films, released them, led the attacks and the attacks against the US consulate in Benghazi were, we believe, stimulated, paid for and organized by Israel’s Mossad and they had nothing to do ...; as a matter of fact, they were planned months in advance and orchestrated carefully with the release of the movie.
Q: Mr. Duff, I also wanted to talk about of course Iran, something that Benjamin Netanyahu spent a significant amount of time on and he had a chart and everything. What is your opinion on his entire talk about Iran?
Duff: Two days ago, Netanyahu received a letter from Clinton Bastin, a 40-year lead nuclear weapons developer for the US Department of Energy; the lead consultants for the IAEA.
I saw a receipt from that letter that President Netanyahu received the letter ... told him that Iran’s nuclear program using uranium Hexa-fluoride (UF6) gas would never be able to produce nuclear weapons and that his rhetoric had been utterly false.
The IAEA letter that he received is totally the opposite of the statements that were made, meaning that every word that he said was in disagreement with the letter he received from the IAEA; every word was a lie.
Even worse than that, the statement that he made in front of the United Nations is exactly almost word for word the same statement he made in 1992.
Q: After that speech, Israeli officials have said that Netanyahu’s speech should convince the world about this “red line” that Israel wants. Do you believe that it will?
Duff: All that Netanyahu has managed to convince is he has convinced the people of the United States that he is attempting to interfere in our election; we resent it.
People here and people I talk to around the world, people I talk to in Israel believe that Netanyahu has become mentally unstable and he needs to be removed from office and perhaps hospitalized.