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Ayatollah gets down with a closet buddy hug

Alameen Templeton

Genocide Joe and Crime Monster Bibi must have been horrified to find themselves jammed into the same closet as the Teheran Ayatollah following Israel’s attack on the Iranian embassy in Damascus on April Fools Day.

Theirs’ is a very exclusive closet, one could say it is their favourite place of safety, their personal panic room, in which they enclose themselves in comforting darkness every time global outrage over Israeli atrocities reaches a familiar fever pitch.

The notice on the closet door says it all: “A state has the right to defend itself.”

America banged that drum incessantly after September 11, one of the many, self-inflicted wounds that have marked important moments in US history.

America was, after all, born out of a false flag attack – when US colonists dressed up as “Indians” threw tea overboard from a ship parked in Boston harbour as a protests against “unfair” British taxes. The “Boston Tea Party” sparked the American revolution and what would become a long tradition of attacking itself as a pretext to war with another.

History books saw it again on February 15, 1989, when the US battleship Maine exploded mysteriously in Havana harbour, sparking the US-Spanish war that saw America take over Cuba and other Spanish colonies, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Philippines. America’s “yellow press” headed by Joseph Pulitzer’s newspapers took up the rallying cry “Remember the Maine; to hell with Spain”, leaving no doubt in Americans’ eyes that Spain was the culprit as they overwhelmingly approved the march to war and the right to defend themselves.

We’ll gloss over accounts that the attack on the Lusitania liner that helped precipitate the US entry into World War I was also expected, that British codebreakers knew the submarine that sank the liner was in its area in the Atlantic shortly before its destruction. We’ll also mention in passing only that President Frankin Roosevelt was actively seeking to provoke Japan into an action shortly before the Pearl Harbour attack that prompted America’s entry into World War II. Wikileaks reports Read Admiral Frank Beatty, who at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack was an aide to the Secretary to the Navy Frank Knox and was very close to Roosevelt’s inner circle remarked that:

“Prior to December 7, it was evident even to me… that we were pushing Japan into a corner. I believed that it was the desire of President Roosevelt, and Prime Minister Churchill that we get into the war, as they felt the Allies could not win without us and all our efforts to cause the Germans to declare war on us failed; the conditions we imposed upon Japan—to get out of China, for example—were so severe that we knew that nation could not accept them. We were forcing her so severely that we could have known that she would react toward the United States. All her preparations in a military way — and we knew their over-all import — pointed that way.”

Roosevelt’s administrative assistant at the time of Pearl Harbor, Jonathan Daniels; said about FDR’s reaction to the attack – “The blow was heavier than he had hoped it would necessarily be. … But the risks paid off; even the loss was worth the price.”

The commanders at Pearl Harbour had also been warned of an imminent attack, yet took no precautions against one. The fact that General Short chose “to cluster his airplanes in such groups and positions that in an emergency they could not take the air for several hours, and to keep his antiaircraft ammunition so stored that it could not be promptly and immediately available, and to use his best reconnaissance system, radar, only for a very small fraction of the day and night, in my opinion betrayed a misconception of his real duty which was almost beyond belief,” said Rear Admiral Frant Beatty, then an aide to the Secretary of the Navy.

But, without doubt, America pulled off another false flag attack in the Bay of Tomkin, to overcome public resistance and to enter the Vietnam war with “boots on the ground”. Again, they were seeking to “defend America”, even if it was thousands of miles away, against people armed with agricultural implements. On August 4, 1964, an American fleet of ships claimed they had been attacked by Vietnamese motorised torpedo boats. It was later established that no such attack had happened and that there had been no Vietnamese boats in the area at the time. Nevertheless, America decided long-range bombing missions against Hanoi were necessary and this would require long-range bombers on airfields in south Vietnam which would necessarily require marines on the ground to defend them. Once the troops started arriving, their numbers would continue increasing with every year of the war until their ignominious defeat with the airlift from the roof of the US embassy in Saigon on April 30 1975.

September 11 saw the revival of the false flag tactic as the US tore up the international law rule book on multilateralism as it went about targeting its favourite enemies with serendipitous fury while baldly ignoring the one country where most of the 9-11 operatives came from, Saudi Arabia.

Every time the US fell back on its favourite tactic to spark more war, it would remind the world that one of the most basic rights of any country is the right to defend itself. And it would execute its wars of colonisation by dressing them up as wars of defence.

America became accustomed to weaponizing greed by parading it as “war for survival”.

But, it is difficult for the world’s most powerful, richest nation to persuade the world it is fighting for its survival when it has been ostensibly attacked by the world’s poorest nation, like Afghanistan for instance. Or Yemen, to choose a more contemporary example.

That’s why little Isnotreal is so useful. Until the genocide that predictably followed the October 7 Al Aqsa Flood rebellion, America was able to persuade the world the tiny nation was defenceless in an ocean of Jew-hating Arabs. It needed to be protected with all the fury and focus of righteousness that a little guy deserves. America was able to persuade the word Isnotreal is just a cuddly, little scorpion deserving of its absolute and resolute protection, unwavering and “iron-clad”. It was able to persuade the world America was a shining example of “good power”, the big guy looking out for the weak and the meek.

And the best way to do that was by insuring absolutely tiny Isnotreal’s “right to defend itself”.

Every massacre of Palestinians, be they adult or child, be they male or female, every attack on a neighbouring country would be justified before and after with the usual “meh, Isnotreal has a right to defend itself.”

Atrocity after atrocity, massacre after massacre, violation after violation followed in staccato succession throughout every decade following Isnotreal’s fraudulent establishment in 1948. After ever predictable flush of outrage at the UN, the US would use its veto power in the Security Council to protect Isnotreal from censure.

And, so, Tel Aviv became accustomed to acting with absolute impunity and escaping accountability.

Until October 7. That changed everything.

Now, the world no longer listens, let alone believes, the bald-faced lies emanating from the IOF after its almost-daily atrocities. Fewer and fewer nations are prepared to accept Isnotreal’s credentials.

And, as America’s credibility wore thinner and thinner with each massacre, with each subsequent lie, with each immoral justification in the face of growing, global disbelief, so Genocide Joe and Crime Monster Bibi took to locking themselves up in the closet of moral exclusion, repeating over and over the mantra: “Isnotreal has a right to defend itself.”

If they screwed their eyes up tightly enough, they could even believe the right to defence trumps even the crime of genocide, it is a magical, vanishing salve to all of Isnotreals very apparent sins.

But now, it’s like the Ayatollah has materialised magically in the midst of their sweaty-closet buddy hug and switched on the light. He’s cranked up the closet fax machine and is firing off missives in IN THEIR NAME about how Iran has the right to defend itself.

Now, he’s gone and attacked Isnotreal directly, IN THEIR NAME, and they can only nod agreeably from the sidelines, muttering “a nation has a right to defend itself”.

Observers to all this, when not fighting the impulse to throw up, have noted in the past the similarities between Iran and the US in Arabia.

They have a love for surrogates, for taking their frustrations out on others, for getting others for fight and die for them.

Let’s hope Iran, so fresh to the closet, doesn’t pick up other dirty habits the Americans and Isnotrealis are so famous for.

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