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Fresh update on "benjamin netanyahu" discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"A state that does that was not iran. Perpetrating yes yes. Whoa whoa i literally just got an email about the offspring right when you said that. Oh no i'm i'm i've riddled you guys. Computers with all sorts of surveillance stuff specifically senate email valley offspring and then you quoted the offspring. Oh it's an act of terrorism well so Let's talk about this a little bit baton site. This place has been in the news recently. I don't know if we talked about this on a strange news episode or even mentioned it in passing. But it's something that. I'm sure we mentioned to each other. There was a fire at this same site earlier in two thousand twenty in july. I believe. I think it hit the centrifuge assembly workshop. So as they were building up to these new centrifuges that they just they just unveiled them that they are functioning they just turn them on in ceremoniously and the power went out basically. That's what occurred. Yeah we talked about it amongst ourselves. I believe but we didn't talk about it on air because a peak peak into the background here folks for more than a year. now we've got this big list of potential episode and for more than a year. There's been one called. What's going on in iraq. And every time i start digging because i read about this stuff with my free time anyway. Every time i started thinking okay. We make an episode now And it will not be immediately outdated some something crazy happens like a good. It's good we didn't record because then people would ask why we didn't talk about this thing. Yes and maybe one day. We'll be able to do it but we can't really do it. Justice yet since there are so many ongoing events and matt. You know your feelings about this. That site has been targeted for years. It's pretty pretty clear. Who's doing the tart. Yes we started this whole thing with a ridiculous accidental. Bit about richard marx. And we made a very you know. We made a statement about it about a particular country and we said that israel may have been the culprit. And that's because there's been some weirdly public reporting like statements basically saying saying yes. It was israel that caused this to occur so according to reporting coming out of the guardian israel apparently confirmed that it was behind this this incident which occurred in the form of a cyber attack. So that's that is the way that the power was i guess messed with. And then shutdown was through going through the network network of the natanz site. And it's very strange. And there's reporting about this coming out from everywhere from the guardian to the bbc to us us outlets including sleep. Yeah that's right matt so there are. There are a number of us here that come into play a there is a conspiracy afoot. The there are several conspiracies conspiracy theories one conspiracy is on the part of iraq to have nuclear power Whether or not you think that leads to weapons is is going to be up to your own individual perspective but the fact of the matter. Is that this conspiracies worrying into a lot of of iran's rivals and enemies because the technology you can use to make nuclear power is the same technology used to make nuclear weapons. It's only a matter of how many times you rinse and repeat your centrifuge process. The second conspiracy is the active conspiracy by the government of israel as well as the us a to prevent iran from acquiring nuclear power. And this this means that whenever new cheer about an attack on iran's nuclear facilities however you feel about the one of the first things you should do is check on domestic news in the us and check on the domestic news in the government of israel. Because i believe that they're these kinds of attacks. Take a quite a long time to plant. This is not something you come up with on friday execute on sunday. There's like deep cover people planted in these things different assets and operatives. There is a silence ongoing battle. And we only hear about it. In terms of isolated incidents like Scientists gets assassinated right or like a. There's a fire at a at a given facility but these are all part of the same the same fight and when i heard about the recent disaster in iran i immediately started asking some questions myself in digging into this. The current government of israel was quite supportive of the former us. Presidents handling of murat right The last us president definitely pulled out of the iran nonnuclear proliferation deal right and the current president joe biden who is changing up the signals. He wants a rod in the us. Back in the deal which the government israel very much does not want so there have been accusations in the west that the israeli government is purposely trying to sabotage the situation escalating pressure such that The us will be unable. Or i should say. The current administration will be unable to reenter that deal or negotiate because israel sees a nuclear iran as nothing short of an existential threat. I hope i. I hope i explained that without putting too much opinion in there. I think those are the facts to the. That's great and also we should just mention here that as you said. Look look at the domestic news coming out of israel because you will see the con- that's a broadcaster there. They cited some unnamed. They'll do an unnamed source. Some unnamed israeli intelligence source says the facility was the target of a cyber operation in israeli cyber operation than herat's came forward and said yeah it's was probably an israeli cyber attack Then defense analyst at the new site said Quote it was reasonable to assume that the problem might not have been caused by an accident but by deliberate sabotage intended to slow the nuclear race accelerated by the negotiations with the us on removing sanctions even Benjamin netanyahu said the struggle against iran and its proxies in the iranian armament. Efforts is a huge mission. So they all kind of started talking about it publicly at least the new sources as well as the prime minister andy. Defense minister yeah. Yeah that's the thing this attack this. Most recent attack occurs as talks between the us and iran or underway. Indirect talks yet but the these issues are on the table so it's also logical to assume that at least some factions of israel's intelligence agencies or the overall.
Blackout Hits Iran Nuclear Site in What Appears to Be Israeli Sabotage
"To curb. Iran's nuclear ambitions just got a lot harder on saturday. The country announced that it had restarted advanced centrifuges for uranium enrichment at its natanz nuclear facility by sunday and apparent of sabotage took out the sites power grinding to a halt. Iran has blamed the attack on israel which has made no official comment. Israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu emphasized his country's opposition to iran's nuclear program on is never given up its quest for nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them and iran consistently consistently outrageously calls for israel's relation and word towards that goal the nuclear deal known as the joint comprehensive plan of action or. Jcp is an international agreement. Signed in two thousand fifteen in which iran agreed to limit it stocks and enrichment fuel president donald trump took america out of the deal in two thousand eighteen and talks for reentry began in vienna last week but the escalating tensions between iran and israel have made that far trickier. It's not even clear. If tomorrow's talks will proceed. The attack seems to have been the result of an explosive device that was probably smuggled into the natanz plant most likely detonated remotely when they took out the electrical systems and cause some of these centrifuges to fail. Roger mcshane is are middle east editor. The exact details are unclear. But i think what we can be pretty sure about is that israel was behind the attack. And that's because it's not being coy about. It has officials out there who were speaking to reporters off the record of course but they are talking pretty openly about their role in
Fresh update on "benjamin netanyahu" discussed on The Daily
"Describe what happened in iran last sunday. Michael it's still a little bit mysterious to us. But here's what we do know. There's a giant nuclear fuel. Enrichment site called natanz in iran and that plant is basically like a military base. It's surrounded by barbed wire. There's any aircraft all the place right. There's a number of different buildings but the central one looks almost like a warehouse and deep underground twenty. Five feet underground. Is something called the centrifuge hall. This is where these giant silvery machines stand in neat rows spinning away at supersonic speeds turning uranium gas into an enriched product you enrich it to just like three percent enrichment you can use it for producing nuclear power. But if you keep going you can use it to build a nuclear bomb and that's why this has always been a place that the us israel the europeans. Everyone is focused on their. Probably more satellites looking at this building at any given time than any other spot on earth and a week ago sunday in the early morning hours when there was no one around an explosion at the natanz nuclear facility destroyed an internal power system. It could take up to nine. Some kind of giant explosion ripped through the system and appeared to take out the power grid that keeps massive amounts of electricity flowing to these machines. A happened just hours off. Iran launched a new set of a brand new advanced centrifuges for foster uranium enrichment. We don't know if that's explosion was caused by someone placing explosives down there. That's the most likely fury. The second theory is that there was some kind of a cyber attack. That might have actually gotten to this. Power supply In any case the explosion was huge. And it did take out the power supply and when the power supply stops at a centrifuge facility. These spinning rotors inside. These refuges come to a crashing halt taking out the centrifuges themselves now. One of the lawmakers has said that several thousand centrifuges have been destroyed now iran and by the iranian account. Sixty or seventy percent of the centrifuges down. There were destroyed in seconds. So whatever happens in this closely watched very important hall of centrifuges. It inflicted a tremendous amount of damage to the society that right and the iranians came out and announced it right away and they had two things they said. It's the fault Nobody that what happening tons this was no accident and what we are hearing from. Different sources it confirms said is real was behind this incident. And this was the israelis. The israeli press is full of reports describing israeli responsibility for it. So i don't think there's any doubt that it was the israelis but the fascinating part of this michael is that the israelis decided to do this alone and just give it a cursory warning to the biden administration. They call basically moments before. This was going to happen to say something. Big was going to happen to the uranium program. But they didn't give biden enough time to get in the way of it. Tell us the story of. How is israel gets to that point. Where coordination is no longer possible. It no longer happens and the us and israel are no longer on the same page when it comes to iran michael with president obama a huge philosophical gulf opened up between the israelis and the americans over how to best achieve their long term goal their shared goal of keeping the iranians from ever being able to have the capability to build a nuclear weapon. Obama's view was the only lasting way to go do. This is to strike a diplomatic agreement. One in which iran was lured back into the west knew. It could sell it. Toil had economic prosperity going and that there was a future and his bent. Was that over time. The iranian leadership would pass away and there was a shot at getting a new more liberal regime. The israeli view was a complete opposite that you could never trust any kind of diplomatic agreement that you reached with the iranians and that the only way to solve a problem like this is to periodically go back and do what the israelis call mow the lawn. Which is what it means you go in and you bomb or destroy a set of nuclear facilities and when they grow backup you pull out your lawn mower and you go bomb it again. Well you keep doing this until they get the idea that whatever they build you will destroy major philosophical difference. So how does that start to play out. The white house released this photo tonight. Showing president obama on the phone with iranian president ronnie. It's the first time. Leaders of the two nations have had direct contact since the carter administration so obama uses continued harmful sanctions on iran to get the iranians to sit down and negotiate a new nuclear deal. The key players are now in geneva talking over iran's nuclear program. Obama sends a team out to negotiate with the iranians. They meet in vienna. They meet in geneva. They meet all over europe and by early twenty fifteen. The iranian foreign minister claimed the iranians are close to reaching a nuclear deal with the united states becoming pretty clear. They're getting near a deal. We are very close very close. Netanyahu is again speaking out against any potential nuclear deal because the israeli prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu is beside himself. Yahu says rohani is quote a wolf in sheep's clothing and decides that the only way that he can assure israel's own security is to start this deal from happening so he was furiously lobbying behind the scenes in raging obama and then he actually came to washington. Thank you america. Thank you for everything you've done for. Israel and at the invitation of the republican leadership addressed a joint session of congress the deal now being negotiated that deal will not prevent iran from developing nuclear weapons. It would all but guarantee that iran gets those weapons lots of them to denounce. The president of the united states is leading piece of diplomacy around the world..
Israel Appears to Confirm Cyberattack on Iran Nuclear Facility
"A major explosion disabled parts of Iran's uranium enrichment facility at Natanz south of Tehran. Iran quickly blamed Israel as John Yang tells us this also comes is in direct talks between the U. S and Iran over the 2050 nuclear deal are set to resume later this week. The facility was knocked off line just hours after launching its new advanced centrifuges. Tehran said Sunday's blackout at the Natanz facility, considered a centerpiece of Iran's uranium enrichment program had caused a fire. They called it an act of nuclear terrorism and blamed Israel on all the various sources confirmed that the Zionist regime was behind this incident, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Natanz would be rebuilt to more quickly enrich uranium state media quartered him is saying Zionist wanted to take revenge against the Iranian people for their success on the path of lifting sanctions. And he said Iran will take revenge for this action in Israel media widely reported that the country's spy agency orchestrated the sabotage even though officials have not claimed responsibility. But speaking in Jerusalem today, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would never permit Iran to have a nuclear weapon. I will never allow Iran to obtain the nuclear capability to carry out its genocidal goal of eliminating Israel. And Israel will continue to defend itself against Iran's aggression and terrorism. Hostility between the two countries has played out in recent years. There were serious of clandestine attacks from a mysterious explosion at Natanz last July to November's death of the Iranian scientists who launched the nuclear program decades ago. And Iran intern is carried out its own attacks on at least two Israeli owned cargo ships.
Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'
"On sunday described a blackout at its underground natanz atomic facility. An active nuclear terrorism reading regional tensions as well as powers and tehran continue to negotiate over its tattered nuclear deal while there was no immediate claim of responsibility. Suspicion fell immediately on israel where it's media nearly uniformly reported. A devastating cyber attack orchestrated by the country causing the blackout. If israel was responsible it further heightened tensions between the two nations already engaged in a shadow conflict across the wider middle east israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who met on sunday with. Us defense secretary. Lloyd austin has vowed to do everything in his power to stop the nuclear deal. Details remained few about what happened. Leeann sunday morning at the facility which was initially described as a blackout caused by the electrical grid feeding. It's above ground workshops and underground enrichment holes. The i a the united nations body that monitors tehran's atomic programme earlier said it was aware of media reports about the incident at natanz and had spoken with iranian officials about it however natanz has been targeted by sabotage in the past the stuxnet computer virus discovered in two thousand ten and widely believed to be a joint. Us isreaeli creation wants disrupted and destroyed iranian centrifuges in natanz amid a period of western fears about tehran's program natanz suffered a mysterious explosion at its advanced centrifuge assembly plant in july that authorities later described as sabotage
Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'
"Iran is calling a blackout at its Natanz atomic facility an act of nuclear terrorism the head of Iran's civilian nuclear program told state television the blackout was caused by sabotage the underground the town's facility houses centrifuges used to enrich uranium to Iran had just announced the testing of its latest I. R. nine centrifuge which it says will enrich uranium fifty times faster than its first generation of up beyond the suspicion as to responsibility for the blackout fell immediately on Israel Israeli media has reported that cyber attacks orchestrated by Israel was the cause because it was Sunday night Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu toasted his security chiefs the head of the Mossad intelligence agency at its side he spoke of the fight against Iran and its nuclear program and said Israel has transformed itself from helplessness into a world power I'm Ben Thomas
Pentagon Chief Austin Visits Israel to Reaffirm 'Ironclad' U.S. Alliance
"An overseas trip. Defense Secretary Lloyd Ass is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the nation's defense minister to discuss and reaffirmed America's commitment to the US Israel strategic Partnership. In Germany. Secretary Austin will meet with counterparts to talk about combating the malign influence of shared strategic rival Meetings were also planned with the United Nations secretary general in Brussels and with defense officials in the U. K. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, Everyone 16 and older in D. C
Israel's Netanyahu Slams Prosecution, Compares Corruption Trial To 'Coup Attempt'
"Is taking a page and a couple of phrases from Donald Trump's playbook. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at Israel's justice system as his corruption trial resumed. Cuff knew you so you're not because this is a coup attempt and a witch hunt, he said. The prosecution's first witness It's accused Netanyahu of forcing a popular news website to flatter him and smear his opponents. Robert
Israel's PM lashes out at prosecutors in corruption trial
"Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused prosecutors in his corruption trial of trying to oust him the embattled prime minister made a nationally televised statements in which he called the case against him a kid with him Netanyahu claimed the trial is threatening to undermine the way that the country status putting last month's parliamentary elections Netanyahu spoke shortly after his corruption trial resumes and with the country's president holding postelection consultations choosing the next prime minister designates the prime minister has been charged with fraud breach of trust and accepting bribes in three separate cases I'm Karen Thomas
Israel PM back in court as parties weigh in on his fate
"Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was back in court for his corruption trial Netanyahu's legal woes has prompted the country's political parties to weigh in on whether he should be the one to form a new government will step down to focus on his trial crowds gathered outside the courtroom taunting B. B. K. with the embattled prime minister and arrive to trial in which he has faced allegations of bribery fraud and breach of trust the March twenty third election was largely a referendum on his leadership but produced no clear verdicts after each election Israel's president is responsible for designating a party leader to try to put together a governing majority that decision it's usually kit Kats bots president Reuven Rivlin faces a difficult choice given the fragmented election results that left the Knesset Israel's parliament divided between thirteen parties with crude ideological differences I'm Karen Thomas
Benjamin Netanyahu corruption trial to hear first witnesses
"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has arrived in court as his much delayed corruption trial resumes in Jerusalem. The lead prosecutor will outline the case against him on the first witness is due to testify. Mr Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing. You Landon L is outside the courthouse. The country is very much split between those who are against him to say that he is really putting his political survival before the country's best interests, and then there are also those very much in favor. Mr Netanyahu, who believed that he should be allowed to stay in office, and we have seen this in the recent election. The country really divided into these two blocks. And so while Mr Netanyahu is in the court here, we're going to have this parallel and related process going on at the president's residence where he needs each off the political delegations representing the 13 parties that one seat on he's going to be asking them who do they recommend should be given the first chance to try to form a new government?
Benjamin Netanyahu corruption trial to hear first witnesses
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is due to appear in court as he is much delayed. Corruption trial resumes in Jerusalem The lead prosecutor will outline the case against him and the first witnesses to you to testify. Is your land. Now, As Benjamin Netanyahu appears at Jerusalem District Court across the city members of his look could party will be first to meet the president recommending that Mr Netanyahu continues as prime minister. Mr Netanyahu is alleged to have accepted lavish gifts from businessmen and to have offered favors to try to get more positive press coverage. He denies any wrongdoing. For many Israelis. This protracted legal process is clearly tied to a long period of political stalemate, which has led to four general elections in two years.
The Israeli Election: What Just Happened and What Comes Next
"Israel's fourth election is behind us. What does that mean. A new prime minister. An old one a fifth election in other words. What made this election different from all other elections here to break down the results is alison kaplan summer a journalist with aretz and a panelist on the promise podcast alison welcome to the show. Hi how are you good. Good so you posted a reminder earlier this week that the definition of insanity doing something over and over again and expecting different results so did. Israel's fourth election produce a different result. No it did not actually. So i guess that makes us officially clinically insane. The fourth election and We now have about more than ninety. Eight percent of our votes counted appears to be another political deadlock in which nobody can really figure out how someone is going to assemble. This mosaic or. Maybe it's like a rubik's cube of hardy's into an actual ruling government coalition. Well were there any new developments. The headline of the election is that the fate of the nation seems to be in the hands of a conservative arab islamist dentist named mansour abbas who is the head of the islamic united arab list who decided to do something very radical selection and break away from the joint arab list run independently and basically say publicly before and after the election that he is going to be willing to join or work with any israeli government coalition that serves the arab sector in terms of giving it enough funding in terms of getting it enough resources and that's really Revolutionary in israeli politics and again with the jewish society jewish political parties deadlocked. It looks like his four seats. It looks like he's headed towards having four seats in this election. Could tip the balance either towards allowing prime minister benjamin netanyahu to have a ruling government coalition or allowing the group of parties that oppose netanyahu to form a coalition in both cases on both sides is going to be very difficult. Delicate some say impossible negotiation.
Israel Election Results Show Stalemate
"Election results show Israel is once again in a political deadlock. The election commission there says that with 100% of votes counted, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his opponents have fallen short of a governing majority. His right wing like who'd party and his allies. 1 52 seats in Israelis. 120 seat Parliament. If a 61 seat majority can't be put together in weeks of talks among various coalitions, Israel would go to national elections for 1/5 time. In roughly two years, North
Final vote results show major setback for Israel's Netanyahu
"Election results show Israel is once again in a political deadlock. The election Commission in the country says that with 100% of votes counted, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his opponents have fallen short of a governing majority. Netanyahu's right wing Likud Party and his allies 1 52 seats in Israel's 120 seat parliament. Diverse group of parties committed to throwing him out. 1 57 seats, a right wing party won seven seats and an Arab Islamist party won four. Both are uncommitted. No one is able to assemble a 61 seat majority. In weeks of negotiations, Israel would go to elections for 1/5 time in roughly two years. In
No clear winner in Israeli election, signaling more deadlock
"Thinking, wait, I've heard this story before. It's because you have Here's how it goes. Israeli voters went to the polls yesterday for the fourth time in two years. They favored Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party, but didn't give Netanyahu's coalition enough votes to form a government so Israel remains in deadlock. Rinse and repeat. But here's where the story is different. This time, the emergence of a small Arab political party could tip the scales. Either way, I'm joined now by Mohamed to Russia. He's a political analyst in Israel and the director of the center for a shared society and give up Viva and NGO in Israel. Mohammed re surprised that the election results were so all over the place and that no side reached majority. What were you thinking? Of course. Why would it be any different? Well, I think it was a bit surprising. A. You know, every elections, you do have hopes that something will happen, and nothing actually happened. For the fourth time. We're still stuck in the stone Me in the political stalemate, which revolves around be enemy. Netanyahu. He doesn't have a majority hasn't had the majority in the last four elections, and it doesn't have a majority now, and it's hard when you elect a president. He's dependent on sometimes four seats in the parliament that can tell the balance and force new elections at any given time, not only once every four years. One detail that struck me
What are Benjamin Netanyahu's options?
"Explaining the results of an israeli election especially just hours or days sometimes even weeks or months after polls close is never a straightforward task still. It's not like we don't get plenty of opportunities to practice. This week's general election was israel's fourth within the last two years this upheaval has been unusual in the history of israel. Despite the fact that no single party has ever held a majority. In the knesset the coalition's israeli governments have been obliged to assemble while often riotous lead diverse. Usually hold more or less together for most of parliamentary. Tom but this upheaval has also been pretty weird in the history of upheaval. Israel's recent spate of elections has not been the result of resulted in any game of musical chairs in the prime minister's office. One person has remained in charge throughout israel's longest serving leader benjamin netanyahu and that stability if you can stand another paradox is very arguably the reason for this chaos inasmuch as. It's perfectly arguable. That all four of these recent elections have been referendums on benyamin netanyahu
Exit polls show no clear winner in Israeli election
"Early results are in from Israel's election, the fourth in two years. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right wing Lee could party won the most seats and Israel's Parliament, but TV exit polls show no decisive path to forming a government. Netanyahu, who is on trial for corruption, failed to form a stable government in three previous elections and early results point to more political
'Continuing Deadlock' As Netanyahu Lacks Votes To Win Israeli Election
"And Israeli parliamentary elections on Tuesday resulted in a virtual deadlock for 1/4 time in the past two years that, according to exit polls, that leaves Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with an uncertain future in the country, facing the prospect of Continue to gridlock. After three previous inconclusive elections, Netanyahu had been hoping for a decisive victory that would allow him to form a unity government with his traditional ultra Orthodox and hardline nationalist allies and seek immunity from corruption charges. He called on his opponent to quote form a stable government now And avoid dragging Israel into
Israel elections: Benjamin Netanyahu falls short of majority in exit polls
"Dancing at the headquarters of the small Israeli Arab Party as news broke that have won enough votes to make it's maverick leader, a new potential kingmaker in coalition talks alongside a long time right wing rival of Benjamin Netanyahu. Earlier, Mr Netanyahu declared the vote a great achievement and spoke of the need for a stable government in Israel. But that now looks like even more of a challenge. National politics remains divided between parties that support him and those that don't Mr Netanyahu's campaign stressed his role in bringing covert vaccines to Israel, but his opponents accused him of mishandling the pandemic and highlighted charges of corruption against him, which he denies.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Everybody mark living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one I really do not like being away from radio at all it is my passion it's always been my passion since I was a kid but when you have an opportunity to interview a historic figure like a Benjamin Netanyahu really on the eve of an all star collection then course it will and I don't make any bones about it I'm not a journalist the difference between most journalists to me is I mean I'm not a journalist they lie their opinion is a term that I've coined in there in the opinion ism business not the journalism business I'm an opinion this and I'm in the opinion is business doesn't mean we don't make news doesn't mean we aren't interested in news and all the rest that's not the point I don't live a lie as a profession they do they do they know exactly where they're coming from like giving Bernie Sanders a pass one is deep rooted anti semitism in the deep rooted anti semitism of number of this top surrogate lieutenants this guide Bloomberg he's an oligarch that's what he is he's an American oligarch he bought his way into the mayor's office in New York he bought himself a third term I think I read he spent like two hundred dollars per voter missed medicine rather than just give it to them he's an ego maniac and he also wants to protect his relationships well the genocidal mass murders G. in red China four thirty six South as we pointed out here the evidence we presented was trash the American farmer right he's trash the American blue collar worker the thank you Mike do you of senior citizens he said if you get the all you get pancreatic cancer something that sore too bad say goodbye and send them off but if you're young you get you get healthcare Clooney apparently if you in a little alien or a drug addict if you're ninety five years old and you fought it he would jima or battle the boulder I'm not saying you did I'm just giving an example well let's say you're AT and you fought in Vietnam let's say you're eighty five or eighty seven you fought in Korea you get pancreatic cancer Bloomberg's answers to bet can't spend the money let's say you're a drug addict and you twenty eight years old if you were knocked off a few retail stores here and there he's saying you do get healthcare let's hear no illegal aliens you come across the border the many you come across the border the Democrats believe that person should get out but for cost purposes if you're out really you should not tell me is that the party what I'm telling you the truth I'm telling you the truth and the kind of people Bernie Sanders is pulling around him could come out of the third Reich that's right I said it the way these people talk in the things that they say somebody has that but that's the point it out somebody asked about Dutch to speak out even though I'm condemned left and right to bear people always say why did anyone say anything what I'm saying it the man leading the Democrat party right now is embracing and a swallow **** mentality when it comes to the Jewish state he hates America every proposal he had is not merely to fundamentally transform one institution or another it's down to the ground that's March that's angles go and that's only speak Bernie Sanders say this guy Bloomberg he's not well he's on balanced in my humble opinion he's buying everything again social media social media platforms memes trawlers operatives local state federal driving up the cost of commercial time so the candidates can afford it flooding the field well he's Dr every single debate up until tomorrow every single state up until tomorrow Donald Trump engaged in every debate any fought in every state and you can try and buy is way into the president's you don't hear from the media conflicts of interest his own media organization says it will not report on him wow it's amazing but it will report on the other candidates emoluments clause they say how come they don't bring up the emoluments clause of Michael Bloomberg's elected president the United States the man's wife fifty four billion dollars no words about conflicts of interest for potential conflicts of interest you know nothing about his children you know nothing about his ex wife you don't know a damn thing about the man why what do we know every day to Donald Trump went on and we know nothing about Bloomberg's past his girlfriends his wife his children and I'm quite serious nothing let's go this business insider piece this left wing site where are the financial data firm that presidential candidate Bloomberg founded in nineteen eighty one has repeatedly been described as a sexualized predatory environment and harassment and discrimination complaints from several women a business insider investigation is found Chuck Todd has reported this he still chastened trump he's still chasing hurricanes global warming in court records going back twenty years multiple women of accuse Michael Bloomberg meeting is companies to become in the words of one former employee quote a reckless playground for male senior executives to target young female naive employees for sex I know of no lawsuit like that against the trump company no systemic allegation two women including one who filed a claim as recently as twenty sixteen let's they were sexually assaulted by Bloomberg LP executives and terminated after raising complaints what's that guy's name what is his name the chase down now one scene in the rest of my team members name looks like looks like Frank Sinatra was his father what what is well trying Google that while I'm speaking see if you can find Michael Bloomberg's Betty cues repeatedly in court records a making crude remarks including telling employees quote you must great get a group you must be a great F. and I would like nothing more in life than I have Sharon stone she's well this makes what trump said look like kindergarten play Wallace spokesman has portrayed those sorts of comments as unfortunate episodes from decades ago well in Farah lets it buddy good what is wrong.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on KGO 810
"Mr Benjamin Netanyahu retains power so I'm currently has more from Jerusalem all suggests that is pretty much even Stevens between any guns in the ad lib pages of the my policy which is on the center left and the Likud party led by Benjamin Netanyahu at they showing about thirty two C. eighteen hundred and twenty seats I look could box it will really depend this election on the scale of the time now the bass response this is Israel's second election this year after Netanyahu failed to build a coalition following April's vote and dissolve parliament well in California authorities say another resident has died from complications related to the use of E. cigarettes announcement by the teller county public health office comes just hours after governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order to spend twenty million dollars on awareness campaign about the dangers of illness associated with illicit vaping products. also in California how bipartisan coalition of leaders of sent a letter to president trump urging him to do something about the state's homeless crisis a letter signed by governor Gavin Newsom and several elected mayors and county supervisors reads we can all agree that homelessness is a national crisis decades in the making that demands action on every level of government he goes on to say that while in California state and local governments have invested in programs to address the crisis the trump administration has cut funding and points to recent public ridicule what they are doing to our beautiful California is a disgrace among the letters suggestions fifty thousand more housing vouchers and increasing the dollar amount of them Jim rope Los Angeles state prosecutors have subpoenaed eight years of the president's tax returns as part of their investigation into.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fought election campaign. It is no longer that traditional left challenging mister Netanyahu. But a former general turned politician solely in the centre ground, regardless of whether the incumbent leader wins. He would have shifted the agenda in his Rayleigh politics for some time to come. That was tone Bateman reporting forest. Let's stay with the story and join us please do set to joins us now from Tel Aviv LIZA Benjamin Netanyahu seeking his fifth term in office. But he faces very tough competition not least corruption charges, but let's talk about the competition in Benny Ganz. Tell us a little bit about how tough that's going to be mister Netanyahu. Is this razzoo's being described as the toughest selection for Benjamin Netanyahu wants to cement his place in history by winning a fifth term in office and becoming Israel's longest serving prime minister beating the record from Israel's founding father bended green. And it takes a former army chief of staff in a country, which course is all about security to pose some kind of challenge where in the polls. They these two men it's the Benny versus BB the to Benjamin's are running neck and neck now, an even they're saying that's been against who has no political experience at all over fighting wars, not waging electoral battles that that that this would be bad news for him. If he's only a few seats ahead because historically, not a single is really party has ever won the election outright. It's all about coalition building in a country, which has been shifting to the right? Benjamin Netanyahu's been reaching out. Not just to the right? But if you heard Tom Bateman report to the far right parties. So in this real right now, it's a question of who wins the election. It's also who has the best chance of forming the next government, and that may be Benjamin Netanyahu is very very difficult to say right now. And in the context of plans for peace with the Palestinians. This is an issue that really has not featured prominently has it. I'm standing on a plaza in Tel Aviv. The city of cafes on the Mediterranean. This is one of the buzzy street corners and the cafes are full Israelis are whizzing by on scooters is a lovely feeding in the air lovely weather Israelis here, don't feel the conflict in their lives, and yet Gaza such a stark contrast is just a short drive away. These really Palestinian issue did not even register in this election campaign except for when there was an upsurge of tension in Gaza and a rocket hit this city of Tel Aviv. And so people in Palestinians are very worried because this of course, is a Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has his greatest champion in the White House. Donald Trump who gives him one present. After the other recognize Jerusalem, the capital of Israel vaccine issue in the peace process moving. The embassy the American embassy to Jerusalem now he got President Trump to recognize the disputed Golan Heights. Also, regarded internationally is occupied land were waiting for the so-called deal of the century being prepared by President Trump's son-in-law but the Palestinians field with an effort to evasively erase them from history. What about what we heard from Thome Bateman piece of package? This idea of the Alterra nationalist is it possible that the libertarians who posse could emerge as kingmaker in all of this? It's interesting about this party yesterday. I read they could possibly get as many as six seat Saab in these Radi. Knesset today, I read that they may get no seats in the Israel Knesset. But here's a party, which their main campaign issue has been the legalization of marijuana. So that's gives you a sense of what's really on the minds of Israelis now, but they're always isn't Israel. There's always this party that comes out of nowhere. And then suddenly it disappears again. But everyone has an issue, and it's not always the issue mean may seem obvious to people outside these these set joining us live from Tel Aviv in Israel. Distribution of the BBC news hour supported.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"The life of Benjamin Netanyahu has run parallel with the history of the country. He leads Israel's prime minister was born a year after the state was founded in nineteen forty eight. He served as a special forces commando in operations against Israel's enemies and as a soldier in one of the wars in which defended its very existence, his father was an activist for the creation of Israel. His elder brother is one of the country's most venerated heroes in the first episode of our summer series profiling four currently, crucial global leaders. We look at how Benjamin Netanyahu got to where he is and where he thinks he might still be going for better and for worse and opinions on which is which tend to be passionately held. He is the dominant figure of Multan Israeli politics Netanyahu has sought to cast Israel in his own image. Tough blunt, uncompromising to the point of belligerence determine that. No price is too high to pave Israel's security either. If this price has often ended up being paid by Israel's Palestinian neighbors. This is the foreign desk. He is a man who's public presentation views is very something. He believes all he's convinced himself that he believes in them and you and it's very difficult to catch him off guard in any moment. My hills say something that he hasn't really planned to say when express it thought which hasn't been carefully crafted. Even though he committed himself to the tour state solution, he seems to do everything possible to make it impossible. So from that point of view, he is definitely against the two state solution, which means that it's a one state solution, which means that it's either state that's choice, but not democratic or a bi-national state. There is a real caution that on a total lack of complacency around the existence of the state of Israel, he takes sense of for jalousie and volatility into his leadership. If Israel Middle East, however, things might look good. He is. Always looking for the danger that looks around the corner. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm Andrew Miller on today's show. We'll look at all sides of Benjamin Netanyahu's time at the top of Israel politics. But I sense of Netanyahu the man. I'm joined in the studio by ancho firfer, who writes for the economist and Herat's and is the author of the new biography BB the turbulent life and times of Benjamin Netanyahu and welcome to the program before we talk about Netanyahu's life. And the parallel corset has run to the life of the country. He leads both of which now more or less the same age I wanted to ask about Netanyahu as a human being. You've been a journalist in Israel for many years you you've met him many times. What sense do you actually get him as a person? So every politician you meet, there's a distance between the personal and the public image as politician who's on camera on record on message, and there's the man or the woman who you meet off the record who usually tend to be. Very different, say very different things when they can rely on you that you not quoting them that whatever they say won't be mentioned. Perhaps many years Netanyahu as the old man out in that sense, he's a politician who's very, very similar what he says. It's very similar the way he acts the way he presents his case is extremely similar, whether he's making a speech, whether he's in a television interview, whether he's on the record. And when you sit down with him for a briefing for an off the record chats, he says very similar things that there is headed that some minor differences, but he is a man who's presentation of public presentation of his us is very something. He believes in all, he's convinced himself that he believes in them and you and it's very difficult to catch him off guard in any moment when he's not. When you know when he'll say something that he hasn't really planned to say when he'll express thought which hasn't been carefully crafted. Does he struck? He was one of those politicians of destiny. One of those people who thinks that at some level himself and the state inseparable or indivisible that sort of, you know, Charles de Gaulle sham. The state the state is million so forth that actually encapsulates Antonio perfect Antonio has reached a stage where he sees his own fate and Israel's fate is being entwined..
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"So i think the iranians are nervous about that and i'll tell you something else you writings are very nervous about before the biggest and open strike from rallies earlier this month on puts force positions in syria benjamin netanyahu just happened to have face to face meeting in moscow with so they must be very hard about the door ability of their alliance with the russian particularly in syria and particularly now that sad to say assad is very close to consolidating power and largely speaking which is a good thing the big war against isis is coming to an end in the region so what happens there and i think you know in an ad to all of that what pompeii oh just played out in terms of the twelve demand and his team approach on iran is that you know they they're they're they're desperate for a lifeline for the europeans are desperate from a lifeline but they have to be asking who are friends gonna end up really being and we'll be europeans in the end you know figure out some way to stave off trump which is really something i think they're counting at this point a lot of points to be pondered but i think the putin declaration about foreign forces getting out of syria has shook up the iranians who said they won't comply or implied that they won't comply the collapse in the business of turkey increasing aggressiveness of turkey has to worry them and the their own internal economic collapse the the massive nationwide strike unless the couple of days so iran has to feel somewhat under siege with all of this coming down at one time knowing that this will have political implications at home as well so do you think that pump pompeo speech and warning about its economy on life support at home in swan during press it's well do you think that this is going to really put enough pressure on them to have to make decision or change decision not in and of itself and i do think of the iranian are you know the you know there was a debate in iran and i'm you know me i i don't really distinguish between the hardliners hard hardliners i i don't believe they're really moderates but there was a debate between.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Some of the injuries that doctors have been seeing in the hospitals all types in sherri action including head than neck chest back abdomen and build this lower lampson upper limbs the majority of the of the injured is where in the lower limbs but helps one thousand of the injuries but these engineers is was kind of very difficult engineers that you know have very small in three point but the exit is quite huge and caused lots of damage is to own shoes muscles and the born prime minister benjamin netanyahu has said that israel was acting in self defense in gaza he said every nation had the right to defend its borders undiplomatic correspondent paul adams considers these rayleigh actions at the end of march israel's defense minister lieberman said anyone approaching the fence between israel and the gaza strip was putting his life in jeopardy since then almost one hundred palestinians have died most of them shot is rayleigh snipers using live munition thousands more have been injured israel says the protests have been filed with palestinians led and directed by the militant group hamas determined to breach the fence and commit acts of terrorism inside israel and there is no doubt that some of the rhetoric and tactics used of violent for israelis the prospect of a mass incursion by angry even vengeful young palestinian men is genuinely alarming for palestinians desire to tear down the walls of a place they've come to regard as a prison over decades of bitter history is intoxicating some simply want to see what it looks like in the land their grandparents fled or were driven from seventy years ago but no israelis have so far been hurt and there's been no mass incursion for these rarely human rights group at selim hypothetical situations alone cannot justify the use of live fire in the past israeli soldiers have frequently resorted to live munition in situation.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"And especially after benjamin netanyahu you know released everything that they were able to acquire from iran they got burned big time and either they knew either they knew do that iran was lying and i'm talking about the obama administration knew or they play they played the role of naive suckers extremely well one or the other right you know the and so i i believe that overall the iran deal in itself most americans would look and say it's about time for america to pay to to play tough that followed by what happened tonight this morning i i also think the combination of two will be a huge plus for this president because both of these things show a president who wishes to be tough and cares about the security of america and not only the security of america but the security of the world and i think that's extremely extremely important because we haven't had that in a while it's something that's rare and so it's going to be interesting to see we have seen the polls for the president's lowly slowly creep up and i think there's a reason for that i think there is so much background blah blah blah blah blah blah blah about the president russian collusion every single day and nothing really ever comes out of it right little side stories here and there but nothing really comes out of it you there's never a payoff and i'm sorry but people like to have payoffs they like to see a story when what's the payoff of the story i mean what what what what's the what's the conclusion of it what have we accomplished and if you look at both the the iran deal it's what you've accomplished is the recognition that america will not put up with the deal that is meaningless when it comes to nuclear weapons the america of today the america under trump you can say he's the president he's.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on Unorthodox
"I think very spare based on my eating experiences in japan where i went on my honeymoon very spare we can ice little white be like a bamboo trae something sort of very simple i would say nothing to ornate nothing to offensive and so you obviously would not do very well as the prime minister of israel who this week the beloved benjamin netanyahu served prime minister shinzo ave and his wife desert which was lovely chocolate laced with gold and seaweed served inside a shoe sorry what now they served shoes to the table now and their defense it was not actual shoes which actually would have been kind of cool it was like a really expensive iron cast sculpture of a men's dress wing tip broke and yet here's the question that was chocolate chocolate chip it is no the no the show is the shoe is cast iron was was charleston now this begs the question why mas that would you ever do that now it was amazing correct me if i'm wrong instagram the prime minister of japan is smiling this miles like i would like to be on the plane some shit in my day because he's jews are wack civilisation jews are wack and japan already has some funny ideas about the jews so correct me if i'm wrong but japan shoes you don't put you don't even wear shoes side so to put them on a table or the way you know who knows that about japan everybody every everybody parts so the chef it was like a famous chef that they pulled in for this meal right it was like the the guy guy fieri.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I guess that's that's that's what my great concern is i mean i happen to love the state of israel jack you know we've talked about this before i'm not jewish but i love the state of israel i'm a great friend i know you are i know you are i just concerned that this will harm israel you know like i say you can only die once arab states can come and go we only have one israel no no i totally get your concern you're not encouraged by what benjamin netanyahu said today i just don't see the threat the military threat to israel from iraq iran don't see maybe one could explain it to me well we'll see this other callers jack okay i tried and as always appreciate a great conversation it's a great conversation i kevin i guess i'm gonna go pretty much what people who've already causing prior as you know i can't stand trump but i'll give them a pat on the back pulling out of the steel and already i ryan saying on the news too big in stop bitching uranium whereas prior to that they were saying that they would say in the country state in the us to pull out let him i don't trust iran pro i know they have already have a bomb and some big browns some wiz and nobody can find it no matter what they have parikh clan or can look through mountains secondly you said build the foundation i trust israel's intelligence well we just lost kevin kevin if you wanna call back i that was we did not hang up on you buddy you you must have hit the wrong button or you phone down if you want to call back we'll put you back to the head of the line go to mike and mike you're next on nightside your thoughts on what's what the president did today good sir i mean as far back as world war two we learned that appeasement does not work neville chamberlain proof that why are the democrats still not agreeing with trump on pulling out of this horrendous deal we dropped four hundred fifty million dollars over there has just a taste of how much money we were gonna pay them in order to get them to not make nukes which i.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The deal with iran that's right is it time for us to say goodbye on on iran the president's talking about redoing that iran deal many others are talking about the iran deal and there's a lot of speculation that it's time for us to walk away from a bad deal that allowed iran to have billions of dollars of money that was tied up and also get rid of some of the sanctions that iran was given basically now as this deadline on this nuclear deal is nearing israel and iran are now both issuing their warnings now this coming after this week prime minister benjamin netanyahu said today that a deal that enables iran to keeping hide all its nuclear weapons no weapons knows how it is a horrible deal we will not stand for this now with time running out before this may the twelfth deadline just six days from now in which donald trump it has to decide whether to pull out the iran nuclear deal the leader of israel in iran weighing in today with one calling the agreement fatally fought and the other warning of historic regret if the united states ripped up the deal prime minister benjamin netanyahu's of israel repeated his call for the agreement to be fully fixed or fully mixed arguing that while it may have delayed the acquisition of iran's first bomb it is clearly pave the way for the country to build entire nuclear arsenal soon after the deal expires in iran the president of iran who's negotiating team reached the nuclear chord with six world powers back in two thousand fifteen said the trump administration would come to rue any decision to renounce the agreement saying again quote if america leaves a nuclear deal this will entail historic regret for it that's he said in his speech live on state television he warned today and vile terms that iran could consider restarting it's now greatly mothballed nuclear energy program which is under inspection of the.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Well it matters the quitting to our prime minister here in israel benjamin netanyahu in that it proves has shows documentation of his point that the iran nuclear agreement which he would so forcefully opposed to was in his words built on lies and that the cache of information that was so dramatically taken out of iran contains proof of israel's claim that the iranians are basically lying their way through the negotiations process with the major powers that it was operating the secret military program and the fact that it was based on a dishonest information for israel straightens its argument that this was a bad agreement just to fuller that alison isn't the whole muslim the whole point of the agreement in the first place will part of the point of it an assumption that iran walls acting in bad faith and that's why the cipher yards were built into it yes but it didn't have to be built on the thump shin that even as these negotiations were happening that the information that they were giving in the negotiations was was a falsehood you know it's it's something that you can can argue back and forth and while there is no proof in the information given as you said it was quite old information that wasn't really news to anyone the fact that iran was holding it and was hiding it and was moving it around it was a very extensive operation by the israelis in order to to obtain it two years from february two thousand sixteen until january two thousand eighteen to locate and extract the information the fact that they were keeping this information and keeping it hidden was actually in fact a violation of the agreement.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on WCHS
"That benjamin netanyahu was to make a statement on iran and yeah i mean as you say what followed was was more of a presentation it was televised live at prime time in israel netanyahu was at the israeli defense ministry and he stood in front of stacks of files and cd's represents what he said was this volts full of documents obtained from iran by his radio intelligence services some weeks before and he said tonight i'm here to tell you one saying iran lied and there was a large screen behind him with those two words in giant text iran lied to main complaints and he says that these documents prove they off i that iran lied about never having had a nuclear weapons program that it was lying from the start but it insisted all those years ago that its nuclear activities where civilian in nature power sources that sort of saying netanyahu says this is proof that that wasn't the case they were going after weapons in the first place and netanyahu's second allegation is that iran has continued nuclear weapons research even after signing the twenty fifteen nuclear record but i think crucially he didn't say that iran than anything that breaches the terms of the deal simon let's break that down the first part where he says this proves conclusively that iran had a weapons program which it had denied and wasn't that didn't everybody already believe that and it was kind of a wink and a nod and part of the agreement was that those countries who were signatory to this deal united states just weren't going to press the issue it was sort of understood but they weren't going to press iran to admit that i think that's roughly correct.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on WGTK
"And herman woke wrote the forward two the all was it was it i guess the the the memoirs of benjamin netanyahu's brother yoni some of you may even know from the movie or from having lived through it but on july fourth nineteen on seventeen nineteen seventy six israel staged the most daring read them in perhaps post world war two history or or any history in saving an entire airplane of hijacked now all passengers in uganda and one of the israelis only was killed in that was netanyahu the prime minister of israel's older brother yoni i think his name was the only minutes ago woke growth the forward to his story and said that he envies yoni netanyahu's jonathan netanyahu i think wait was phrase there his father and i believe of a woman god knows on only got this wrong i believe that volk had lost a child in a car accident and he said it's a very big difference losing your child the amid the the pursuit of the fed meeting his country through his people then mccarthy soliders thinking about that with regard through this last caller who son died in afghanistan fighting the worst people in the world you're listening to the dennis prager show the happiness out.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on WGTK
"And herman woke wrote the forward two v or was it was it i guess the the the memoirs of benjamin netanyahu's brother yoni some of you may even know from the movie or from having lived through it but on july four nineteen of seventeen nineteen seventy six israel staged the most daring read them in perhaps post world war two history or or any history in saving an entire airplane of hijacked now all passengers in uganda and one of the israelis only was killed in that was netanyahu the prime minister of israel's older brother yoni i think as they was the only minutes ago woke growth the forward to his story and said that he envies yoni netanyahu's jonathan netanyahu i think wait was phrase there his father am i believe of a woman goes on i wanna get this wrong i believe that volk had lost a child in a car accident and he said it's a very big difference losing your child the amid the the pursuit of the fed meeting his country and his people then mccarthy should soliders thinking about that with regard to this west caller who son died in afghanistan fighting the worst people in the world you're listening to the dennis prager show the happiness next time we.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"It appears that it that benjamin netanyahu is essentially signalling the end of the twostate solution we should now tool one state solution what we now ask for since we will never have our own stayed with armed capital what we asked for his political rights since we live under israelis israeli sovereignty cyberscout said that as we said that is that is that possible of a consequence of this that the palestinians will move to asking for a one state cities i think it's a complete distortion i don't think they're really mean a i think they want to govern themselves which is i don't have any problem with that i'll tell you what my positions to simple one i would change it by the way of suit from the day i give the barilan speech the principles of always been the same the palestinian should have all the powers to govern themselves but none of the powers to threaten poss which means that in any political arrangement israel must retain the overriding security control in the tiny area west of the jordan from the jordan to the mediterranean because otherwise otherwise you'll have dashed isis come in ulster moscow men which kinsey ron and that's the end of peace that's the end of the palestinian authority's the end of it could be a perceptible powerful threat to the survival of israel so i never make mince words about that israel retain the overriding security control but other than that.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"Benjamin netanyahu is essentially signalling the end of the two solution we should now move to a one state solution what we now ask for since we will never have our own stayed with our own capital would we asked forest political rights since we live under israelis israeli sovereignty cyberscout said that we said that is that is that a possible of a consequence of this that the palestinians will move to asking for a one states which i think it's a complete distortion i don't think there remain a i think they want to govern themselves which was i don't have any problem with that i'll tell you what my position to simple one i returned by the way of suit from the day i give the barilan speech the principles of always been the same the palestinian should have all the powers to govern themselves but none of the powers to threaten us which means that in any political arrangement israel must return overriding security control in the tiny area west of the jordan from the jordan to the mediterranean because otherwise otherwise you'll have dash isis come in also mosca men which means you're on and that's the end of peace that's the end of the palestinian authority's the end of could be a perceptible a powerful threat to the survival of israel so i never make mince words about that israel retain the overriding security control but other than that the palestinians will be free to govern themselves and i don't think there's any fumbled people say but if they don't have control over the military security things that's not real sovereignty have another country uh you know have retained its military forces you know a former enemy how could that happen well about american forces in germany so almost eighty years after the fact or in the.
"benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"Benjamin netanyahu is essentially signalling the end of the twostate solution we should now tool one state solution what we now ask for since we will never have our own stayed with armed capital would we asked for his political rights since we live under israelis israeli sovereignty cyberscout said that as we said that is that is that a possible of a consequence of this that the palestinians will move to asking for a one states i think it's a complete distortion i don't think they're really mean it i think they want to govern themselves which is i don't have any problem with that i'll tell you what my positions to simple one i would change it by the way of suit from the day i give the barilan speech the principles of always been the same the palestinian should have all the powers to govern themselves but none of the powers to threaten poss which means that in any political arrangement israel must retain the overriding security control in the tiny area west of the jordan from the jordan to the mediterranean because otherwise otherwise you'll have dashed isis come in ulster moscow men which kinsey ron and that's the end of peace that's the end of the palestinian authority's the end of it could be a perceptible powerful threat to the survival of israel so i never make mince words about that israel retain the overriding security control but other than that the policies will be free to govern themselves and i don't think there's any fumbled the people say but if they don't have control over the military security things that's not real sovereignty cut have another country uh you know have retained its military forces a you know a former enemy how could that happen well about american forces in germany some almost eighty years after the fact or in.