Israel's Deadliest Weapon
No, not nuclear bombs, but LIES.
[a excerpt from the above video - a BBC interview with former Israeli Prime Minister, Shimon Peres on Israel's secret nuclear program]And exactly who are Israel's enemies?
BBC reporter: “The term nuclear ambiguity – in some ways it sounds very grand – but isn’t it just a euphemism for deception?”
Peres: “If somebody wants to kill you and you use a deception to save your life, it’s not immoral. If we didn’t have enemies, we wouldn’t need deceptions – we wouldn’t need deterrent.”
“Was this the justification also for concealing the floors of plutonium reprocessing areas from the Americans - the inspectors when they came [in the early '60s]?”The cold hard truth is that neither Israel's so-called friends nor its enemies stand a chance against its arsenal of lies.
Peres: “You are having a dialog with yourself, not with me . . .”
“But, that’s been documented in a number of places . . .”
Peres: “Ask the question to yourself, not to me . . .”
“But - I mean - is it not true?”
Peres: “I don’t have to answer your questions even – I don’t see any reason why.”
Ambiguity is a luxury unique to Israel. Today the country is an inspection-free zone protected from scrutiny by America and her allies.