Politics is a combination of leverage and distractions
- Benjamin Netanyahu speech to Congress…
- The Palestinian situation
- He has an agenda that’s multi-faceted…
Politics is a combination of leverage and distractions. Individual politicians, parties, and countries use distractions to gain political leverage in situations. Getting leverage allows the promotion of positioning and international policies.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress didn’t yield anything new. He just repeats over and over again about how Iran is so close to having a nuclear weapon. This sounded very similar to the speeches and rhetoric he has spouted for the last 20 years. Almost 20 years ago he was saying that Iran was just years away from a nuclear weapon. A few years after that he said that Iran was only about year away from having a nuclear weapon. Now having repeated this so many times, Iran still doesn’t have a nuclear weapon. If they did, everyone would have heard about to by now.
So why the repeated rhetoric about Iran having a nuclear weapon? It’s a distraction he uses to take the world’s eyes off what he’s doing elsewhere, like the Palestinian situation. He’s been a recipient of harsh criticism for building in areas where he shouldn’t and driving people out of areas where they were allowed to be.
He has an agenda that’s multi-faceted – control the land where the Palestinians live and start a world war with Iran over this decades-old scare of them having a nuclear weapon. He will use this to draw in allies to attack Iran. All politicians when fiercely pushing an agenda have an ulterior motive or leverage in mind.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That when you hear a politician speak over and over again about a situation. they are using it as a smoke screen.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because it seems that many nations want to start a world war. Wars are good for their economy.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Since you can’t get most politicians to speak about anything without pushing their agenda, you should probably just ignore what politicians have to say in general.
COMMENTARY: Think about it – there’s always someone trying to push their politics on you. They do this by getting you to do something that benefits them even when it’s not good for you. It’s a sales job. This doesn’t work when you think for yourself because you see right through them. Stay clear and don’t get distracted by their rhetoric.