Arab regimes, yes, but Arab people: No.
So Zionists are cheering the Wikileaks release of U.S. diplomatic cables from embassies around the world. Mostly from the Mideast. This is a change of tone, until recently neo-con zealots has condemned Wikileaks as a rogue site which is an enemy of the U.S. government for its “treasonous” (Wikileaks is not an American site) dumping of classified documents and some have even suggested that Wikileaks’ founder should be a legit target for American assassination. All in the name of freedom, of course.
Republican insane fanatic Sarah Palin has even today blamed Obama for the Wikileaks releases and wrote that the founder of Wikileaks is “an anti-American operative with blood on his hands,” and “Why was he not pursued with the same urgency we pursue al Qaeda and Taliban leaders?” This is a canard. The Pentagon, in order to intimidate Wikileaks into no longer being operational, stated that the leaks endanger American lives. But even the Pentagon today had to admit that the releases have not endangered the life of any one American nor has it even necessitated security precautions for any one American. But Palin has never bothered with facts when propaganda and cheap shots at Obama will do.
But now that the site has released some information they believe to be in their favor they now have cause to praise the release of classified material. The release in question is a bunch of diplomatic cables which state that several Arab regimes, principally Saudi Arabia and the corrupt royal family in Abu Dhabi, are privately eagerly urging an American attack against Iran.
Surprise, surprise, not! I’ve written for months that corrupt Arab regimes fear rising Iranian influence and do very much want an attack against the nation. The Arab people are not amused and already knew about their corrupt tyrants. But Zionists are giddy thinking that it strengthens their case for war. If the Arabs support it to, war should be obvious no? No it isn’t. Corrupt Arab regimes are not thinking about consequences. And Arab regimes should never be confused for Arab public opinion which are day and night.
As the Angry Arab states:Just think this way: if the Arab public (Sunnis and Shi`ites lest you invoke the fashionable interjection) were asked about whether bombing Iran is preferable to bombing Israel, what would their answer be? I mean, do you need an expert here?