Sunday, February 18, 2018

Munich Security Conference

I imagine many things were said at this conference, and hopeful some of them were even truthful. Perhaps the truth that the United States is the biggest threat to peace, and even to the survival of humanity, on the earth today. And the truth that Israel is the biggest threat to peace in the Middle East. Perhaps these things were said, and perhaps they were not. If they were not, then the conference was just a lot of useless hot air.

But CBC saw something worth reporting in this conference:

'Do not test Israel's resolve,' Netanyahu warns Iran at security conference

Netanyahu repeatedly threatens Iran and denounces Iran and all reasonable efforts to make nuclear agreements with Iran. This is not news. It is also not meaningful, because the only reality behind Netanyahu's ranting is his desire to deflect attention from Israel's brutal and criminal activities in Palestine.

It was particularly humorous when Netanyahu accused Iran of "brazenness". Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.

But really was nothing more truthful and meaningful and useful said at this conference than the untruthful, meaningless, and counterproductive verbal vomit of Netanyahu? 

When Netanyahu pontificates it is not news. It is boring old hat. And it is anti-peace.

Could CBC find nothing better than that to report on from this conference?

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