On Geopolitics: Second Holocaust?

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On Geopolitics: Second Holocaust?


Byline: Arnaud de Borchgrave, THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Showdown is splashed in large red letters across the April cover of the conservative monthly Newsmax. Followed, in smaller letters, by Iran's Plan for a Second Holocaust Must Be Stopped. And, in parentheses, in still smaller type, between the twin grim-looks of Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu, the cover story brackets the author [by John Bolton].

It is a remarkable document and a must read.

A superhawk, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and has been leading the crusade to bomb Iran's key nuclear installations. He is convinced that Iran, once in possession of its first nuclear weapon, will promptly fire on Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, and, if successful, Israel will cease to exist as a modern, vibrant Jewish nation.

For Mr. Bolton, Iran's superannuated mullahs are members of the board of directors of a central bank that funds and arms terrorists worldwide - Hezbollah in Lebanon, Hamas in Gaza, Shi'ite terrorists in Iraq, and the Sunni Taliban and other radical groups in Afghanistan. Mr. Bolton also quotes James R. Clapper, the director of national intelligence, saying Iran even has a shotgun marriage with al Qaeda.

A number of intelligence and military heavyweights - ranging from the recent chiefs of Israel's three principal intelligence agencies (Mossad, Shin Bet and Israel Defense Force) to three former U.S. Centcom commanders (Gen. John Abizaid, Gen. Anthony C. Zinni and Adm. William J. Fallon) - have weighed in against bombing Iran's nuclear installations.

They also point out that if Iran were preparing to fire anything at Israel, the Jewish state would not hesitate to incinerate Iran first - or in return.

They also know that Iran has formidable asymmetrical retaliatory capabilities that range from sowing hundreds of mines in the Strait of Hormuz (through which passes 30 percent of the world's seaborne oil) to taking out oil production facilities in hostile Gulf nations, as well as attacking U. …

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