Oct 1, 2015 The speech today at the UN by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was excellent!!!
Few leaders in the modern world have the character, presence, fortitude, intelligence, moral force and oratory that Mr. Netanyahu has. In the many years that I have lived I have never thought better and admired any leader more than the present Prime Minister of Israel Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu.
The nation of Israel and the whole world is at the precipice of total destruction and God has placed in charge of His chosen people Netanyahu.
In times past Israel has had many outstanding leaders and at the most critical junction in time where the balance of survival seems on the line this man steps on the plate and gives an oral thrashing full of moral condemnation to the group of nations that make the body of the UN. His speech was full of the moral authority that comes from a righteous and just position when condemning those present and absent for their immoral votes against the State of Israel at this corrupt and immoral assembly called the United Nations.
To Israel my message is a simple one, the Ruler and Creator of the Universe the Lord Jesus Christ with the Holy Spirit and God the Father your one and only God have seen fit to chose you as head of the nations and will bring this destiny to bear as He embarks in making every nation of the world your enemy, yes even the USA, so that He can destroy all His enemies among those nations. Even Israel will go through this purge where only one third will come out as gold and silver refined in the fire.
Netanyahu UN speech on October 1, 2015
Netanyahu rails against UN for supporting Iran deal
Julian Hattem 39 mins ago
Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu unleashed a harsh condemnation of the international nuclear deal with Iran on Thursday, in an aggressive speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
Netanyahu scolded governments around the world for cheering the pact, which leaders in the U.S., China and elsewhere have heralded as a momentous triumph for international diplomacy.
The Israeli leader invoked the memory of the Holocaust and said that his country would refuse to go silent, even as the rest of the globe prepares to forge ahead with implementing the agreement.
“It’s not easy to oppose something that is embraced by the greatest powers in the world,” Netanyahu intoned in his thick baritone. “But throughout our history, the Jewish people have learned the heavy price of silence.”
“I refuse to be silent,” he declared, pounding the lectern for emphasis.
“The days when the Jewish people remain passive in the face of genocidal enemies, those days are over.”
© Andrew Burton/Getty Images Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu at the UN on Thursday. Netanyahu has been critical of the deal for months, and Thursday’s U.N. speech largely stuck to themes he has expressed in the past.
He did, however, take a more accusatory tone towards the countries supporting the deal, whom he accused of turning a blind eye to Iran’s aggression towards Israel.
Amid Iran’s pledges to wipe Israel from the map, Netanyahu said, “the response from this body, the response for nearly every one of the governments represented here has been absolutely nothing.”
“Utter silence. Deafening silence,” he added.
That sentence was followed by a long, tense 40-second silence in which Netanyahu stared down the room full of diplomats.
“If Iran’s rulers were working to destroy your countries, perhaps you’d be less enthusiastic about the deal.”
Still, Netanyahu’s protests struck the audience as largely symbolic.
Congress failed to stop the deal from going into effect this summer, laying the groundwork for Iran to begin putting restrictions on its nuclear program and for the world to lift sanctions on Iran’s oil and financial sectors.
While calling for global leaders to be tough in their inspections regime, Netanyahu on Thursday pledged that Israel would “do whatever it must do to defend our state and to defend our people.”
The bulk of Netanyahu’s speech on Thursday focused on his condemnation of the nuclear deal with Iran, but he also took turns at accusing the U.N. of repeatedly “bashing” his country.
A day before Netanyahu’s speech, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas took to the floor of the U.N. to declare that he was no longer bound by diplomatic agreements with Israel, including the Oslo Peace Accords that laid the groundwork for a peace process.
“We cannot continue to be bound by these signed agreements with Israel and Israel must assume fully all its responsibility as an occupying power,” Abbas said, as the Palestinian flag was raised at the U.N. for the first time. The Palestinian Authority has non-member observer status at the U.N.
In response, Netanyahu on Thursday accused the Palestinian leader of walking away from any chance of Middle East peace.
“I am prepared to immediately resume direct peace negotiations with the Palestinian Authority without any preconditions whatsoever,” Netanyahu said.
“Unfortunately, President Abbas said yesterday that he is not prepared to do this. I hope he changes his mind.”