The case against Netanyahu, the architect of 9-11, and the source of the annihilation of Syria, goes by the name of Case 1000. That is what Israeli police are calling it. It is an allegation of a dynamic pay to play favors for a couple of very rich inner circle jerkers. Though both are foreign, one Israeli-American, and one Australian, the police are in the final processes of possibly indicting Netanyahu. For those of you with a memory, this process extricated his former partner in crime, Ariel Sharon, from power in near identical fashion.
|Arnon Milchan, American Israeli stands accused of bribing Netanyahu.|
The Case 1000, among other things, does resemble a Nikud (enemy) partisan attack to dethrone Netanyahu's Likud Party. The reason is that the Nikud party is beholding to the damage, and to the millions killed, including the victims of 9-11, by Netanyahu's view of the world. And they would like his party's more than thirty year lock on power to desist, before they lose many more friends.
For the US, this is the first-ever possible vote against an ally with this much passionate defense in the country, but that didn't matter when the US bombed Serbia, nor intervened in Somalia, and twice in Iraq. If the US drops the ball here, the sole reason for its existence on the Security Council comes under fire, as the US has been the firer, and not the firee. This completes the doctrines and analysis criteria which gave the US profile in the UN such high status during the Cold War bipolar world, in which the US judged so many so violently, as well as relatively unchecked by the USSR, the only other superpower.
Now the integrity of the American role in the UN, which it has historically enjoyed, must come into the very first test of both UN and US in the multi-polar world. This means that the high profile and identity that the US has enjoyed in the UN has come full-circle in terms of that international organization's vitality.
The hypocrisy about our Israeli "ally" stirring the pot of worldwide grief on a daily basis has no room left to breathe, and doubt is slipping into an economy of extreme short-supply. The UN must act.