An American political activist says he hopes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s requests from US President Barack Obama will fall “on deaf ears.”
Obama is set to meet Netanyahu at the White House later today to discuss Middle East diplomacy.
Obama told Bloomberg View that he will urge Israel's leader to support a US-drafted framework for the so-called peace deal with the Palestinians, or face more international isolation in the future. But Netanyahu, in his turn, will try to get the White House involved in its own version of the Middle East policy.
“Netanyahu is of course notorious for his efforts to deploy the Mossad to participate in false flag attacks and undermine diplomatic resolutions of issues involving chemical weapons in Syria and the alleged nuclear developments in Iran, both of which were contrived and fabricated events just as much as the 9/11,” James Henry Fetzer, editor of Veterans Today, told Press TV on Monday.
Referring to the recent political crisis in Ukraine, the American journalist said, “The visit of Benjamin Netanyahu with President Obama at the White House is at a historical climb in European affairs,” when the Americans and the Israelis are “collaborating together to undermine the democracy and the stability in Ukraine.”
Over the past two decades “the United States has spent $5 billion to subvert Ukraine,” and “tear Ukraine away from its historic relationship with Russia,” he added,
Fetzer said Russia’s Vladimir Putin will not let the US drag Ukraine under the influence of Europe as “we are on the brink of what could turn out to be a World War III.” But, he added, “I believe Vladimir Putin has the ability to skillfully navigate these issues.”
Monday, March 03, 2014
PressTV: "issues involving chemical weapons in Syria and the alleged nuclear developments in Iran, both of which were contrived and fabricated events just as much as the 9/11"
The one quoted is one James Fetzer, another of the endless parade of Veterans Today writers featured at PressTV. Notice the support for Putin's adventures in Ukraine at the end: