September 27, 2012

Cartoon Logic: What Netanyahu's UN Speech And The Absurd 9/11 Myth Have In Common

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pulled out a magic marker while on stage at the United Nations on Thursday, September 27, 2012.
"I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: "O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous." And God granted it." - Voltaire
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, also known as Wile E. Coyote, officially turned the Iranian nuclear issue into a joke at the United Nations on Thursday, September 27, 2012, when he pulled out a magic marker and proceeded to draw a literal red line on a cartoonish bomb chart. Apparently, he drew the line at the wrong spot, so he doesn't even have a handle on his own lies.

This incident takes away from Netanyahu's credibility as a statesman and shows his anti-Iran propaganda to be based on absurd logic. Even children can see through him. They know a cartoonish figure when they see one. It is the adults who still get scared whenever Netanyahu says "Boo!"

Netanyahu's pattern of irrational behaviour is hard to defend and rationalize. And while his presentation at the UN was funny, he cannot be laughed away as long as people in the United States and Israel take stock in what he says. He still poses a dangerous and imminent threat to the security of Israel and the United States, the people of the Middle East, and the stability of the world.

On September 16, 2012, Dr. Steve Pieczenik, a former U.S. State Department official, said the following about Netanyahu on the Alex Jones show:
"As Hitler created the first Holocaust of the Jews, Netanyahu will be responsible for the second Holocaust of the Jews in the 21st century. He will be the Hitler of the 21st century to the Jews.

On this New Year’s eve this is what I say about Netanyahu: He was part of 9/11, he was part of the conspiracy, the agitation, the propaganda, the killings, and now the agitation and precipitation of war. When that war goes we will have a Holocaust and a pogrom the likes of which we haven’t seen since the days of Hitler. This is our new Hitler."
Netanyahu's love of cartoon logic did not mysteriously begin on the floor of the United Nations on Thursday. He embraced cartoon logic following the false flag September 11 events on September 13, 2001, in an interview on NBC, in which he said:
"And this, I think, has been a wake up call from hell. It is telling us you have the power now to act. Summon the will, because the terrorists have the will to destroy America, to destroy freedom, to destroy all of America's allies and all the democracies, Israel being simply on the front line. They have the will, but they don't have the power."
The official 9/11 story is based on cartoon logic, and leaves out facts and reality, which is why it is collapsing. The conception of the laws of physics that is contained within the 9/11 myth is a mockery of the real laws of physics.

In the spirit of Netanyahu, a world leader should take a photo capturing the collapse of Building 7 onto the stage at the United Nations General Assembly. He should then point out with a magic marker how the building fell on its own footprint in juxtaposition with the cartoon version of how the building fell that the U.S. government has stood behind so far.


A newfound sense of childhood innocence and childhood wonder may do us all some good. Sufi teacher Idries Shah explained that adults hold too firmly to their unproven beliefs in a BBC documentary in 1970 called, "One Pair of Eyes: Dreamwalkers":
"There is an old saying: 'Man is asleep. Must he die before he wakes up?' I want to show you some examples of the things I feel keep us all dreamwalking. We all think of ourselves as logical people: people who are capable of changing our minds, for instance, if we get superior information, more information which tells us that our former beliefs or prejudices were untrue. Doctor Ward Edwards of the University of Michigan Engineering Psychology Laboratory has disproved this in a most alarming manner. He has shown that 1/3 of people are not able to change their minds once they have made them up on the basis of inaccurate information, even if accurate information is subsequently given to them."
Shah went on to demonstrate an example with a child, and said that children are quicker to correct their mistakes and adjust their thinking than adults because "adults lose the honesty and vitality of children and often settle into lives full of contradictions."

Millions of Americans and people around the world have learned to see the 9/11 events like children, as if for the first time. This is a wonderful thing. The traces of government brainwashing have disappeared from the surface of their minds.

The mass awakening of humanity should signal the beginning of a new era in global politics and a new respectful relationship between the governors and the governed.

Sadly, though, international political discourse has degenerated to a cartoonish level because Western governments and other governments in the world are too scared to call out Benjamin Netanyahu for his shenanigans.