Video: PM Benjamin Netanyahu Addresses AIPAC on Iran – March 5, 2012

Just hours after meeting with Obama on Monday, Prime Minister Netanyahu began his speech at AIPAC, referring to Jerusalem as “the eternal, united capital if Israel”, almost as if to thumb his nose Obama and his call for a return to 1967 borders.

Netanyahu said all options are on the table to keep Iran from obtaining a nuclear bomb. “The Jewish state will not allow those who seek our destruction to possess the means to achieve that goal,” he said. “A nuclear armed Iran must be stopped.”

To raucous applause he continued, “Ladies and gentleman, if it looks like a duck, if it walks like a duck, if it quacks like a duck, then what is it? … That’s right, it’s a duck! But this duck is a nuclear duck. It’s time the world started calling a duck a duck.”

 

See Maggie’s Notebook for the complete transcript.

See also:

Daylight: The Story of Obama and Israel (Video)

4 thoughts on “Video: PM Benjamin Netanyahu Addresses AIPAC on Iran – March 5, 2012

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  2. I got to see most of Bebe’s speech. He was terrific, and with any luck will be able to wait until next February (when we will hopefully have someone in the WH that understands friendships, honoring treaties and speaking the truth) before dropping either bunker busters or tactical nukes to help Iran get rid of its nuclear program. Israel, although it has probably the second- or third-best military in the world, will still need all the help it can get, especially for the flights into Iran.

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