Israeli officials: We Will Use Our Powers To Avoid Withdrawal of US Troops

House Democrats pass measure limiting Trump’s war powers against Iran.  The 5-page resolution, led by Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.), would halt U.S. military actions against Iran without specific congressional approval.*

During her years in Congress, Cynthia McKinney stated, candidates for both the House and the Senate were requested to sign pledges of support for Israel, documents in which the candidate promised to vote to provide consistent levels of economic aid to the Zionist state.*

Putting 2=2 together I’d say that the US has no power to resist whatever Israel wants but US tries to make it look otherwise to the American people.

This is actually a very scary message. Israel is saying it will use it’s power to get it’s way. They said it in 1920 and they have proved it since because there has been nothing and no one to stop them.

January 9, 2020

After the letter of Gen. William H. Sili, commander of US military operations in Iraq, was leaked and then rapidly disseminated among Israeli most senior security figures Jan. 6, it turned on all the alarm systems throughout the Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv, according to the Zionist website, Al-Monitor.

The website described the US military withdrawal from Syria and Iraq as a nightmare scenario, citing Iran’s decision to halt its various commitments to the nuclear deal and return to high-level uranium enrichment of unlimited amounts and renewing its accelerated push for achieving military nuclear abilities.

“Under such circumstances,” a senior Israeli defense source told Al-Monitor under condition of anonymity, “We truly remain alone at this most critical period. There is no worse scenario than this, for ‘Israel’s national security’.”

The website added that despite the US denial, a senior Israeli source said that Tel Aviv doubts the reason of leaking and even writing the letter.

“It is not clear how this letter was written, it is not clear why it was leaked, it is not clear why it was ever written to begin with. In general, nothing is clear with regard to American conduct in the Middle East. We get up every morning to new uncertainty.”

Al-Montor website also mentioned that the Israeli officials will exert all the possible efforts to convince the US President to avoid taking such a decision. [this message is for those who know their true power.]

Terrorist PM authorized to declare war without oversight

Israel is a dictatorship. Is war with Iran close?

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In a surprise and potentially far-reaching victory for Benjamin Netanyahu, the Knesset on Monday evening gave the prime minister the authority to declare war or order a major military operation by consulting only the defense minister, and not via a full cabinet vote as the law had previously required.

Sixty-two Knesset members voted the dramatic proposal into law, beating out the 41 opposition MKs who opposed it claiming that the language of the law effectively gives free reign to the prime minister by removing all oversight.

According to the new law, in “extreme circumstances,” military operations can be authorized by the prime minister and defense minister alone and will not need a vote by cabinet ministers.

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Those who want peace should prepare for war and be strong. -Avigdor Lieberman, Israel defense minister. war is peace freedom is slavery ignorance is strength

The law does not specify exactly what those circumstances may be, or who will determine them, saying only that the case will apply, “if the issue is necessary due to urgency.”

The proposal — advanced by Netanyahu since last year — had been rejected earlier in the day by members of two key Knesset committees: Law and Justice, and Foreign Affairs and Defense. It was resubmitted, however, by Likud member and Foreign Affairs and Defense committee chairman Avi Dichter during the second and third readings of a broader amendment and was voted into law as part of that wider legislation.

That wider amendment allows the government to delegate the authority for going to war under normal circumstances, or mobilizing for a major military operation, to a forum made up of “at least half” of all cabinet ministers.

Some eight years ago, Netanyahu and then-defense minister Ehud Barak instructed the chief of staff and head of the Mossad intelligence service to put the army into a state of readiness, only to be told by the latter two that the relevant activity was illegal because it had not been properly approved and could lead to war.

Party names, right and left is an illusion. Satanic Global Power is the name of the game and every Israeli leader carries the task to further the goal.

There have, however, been numerous occasions where decisions of a similar nature have been taken by just the Security Cabinet, a smaller forum of ministers tasked with forming policy regarding war and peace, or other smaller forums of ministers.

A committee set up in 2016 under a former National Security Adviser, Major General (res.) Yaakov Amidror, to examine the functioning of the security cabinet and the way it informs and updates ministers recommended bringing the law into line with what he said had become the “normal practice.” In June last year, the cabinet voted in favor of amending the law.

Two opposition lawmakers — Zionist Union’s Omer Bar Lev, an IDF reserve officer with the rank of colonel and a former commander of the elite unit Sayeret Matkal, and Yesh Atid’s Ofer Shelah, a company commander in the reserve Paratroopers Brigade who lost an eye during the 1982 Lebanon War — warned the committees that the wording of the new legislation could enable the prime minister to exclude lawmakers who opposed a military operation and to bring such an operation to a vote in their absence.

They also said that allowing the prime minister and defense minister to decide when a situation is considered “extreme circumstances” would give them full power to go to war without any oversight.

Shelah later charged that coalition members voted “against their own opinions, in the matter of life and death” because of pressure from Netanyahu

“Netanyahu’s contempt for everyone around him and for everything we’ve learned from our many wars has overtaken the recognition of many good and experienced Knesset members,” he said.

The Israel Democracy Institute submitted a series of reservations to the committees about the bill, including requiring the approval of the prime minister, deputy prime minister and ministers of several key departments and suggesting defining which military activities needed cabinet approval and which did not. None of the institute’s recommendations was accepted.