Netanyahu Talks Down to Obama’s Level, Brings Bomb Chart to Demonstrate the Iranian Threat

September 27, 2012 at 7:00 pm (Benjamin Netanyahu, Bomb, Iran, Israel, Nuclear, President Obama, United Nations)

Apparently frustrated with the United Nations inability to understand that Iran is on the verge of becoming a nuclear threat, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to provide visual aids to accompany his speech today.

It was a direct call to action toward the Obama administration.  And he was clearly speaking in very simple terms so as not to be misunderstood.  Watch video below…
Fox News reports:

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a dramatic speech to the United Nations, employed a simple diagram to hammer home his plea that the international community set a “clear red line” over Iran’s nuclear program — warning that a nuclear-armed Iran would be tantamount to a nuclear-armed Al Qaeda. 

Netanyahu claimed Thursday that Iran would have enough enriched uranium to make a nuclear bomb by next summer. His remarks before the U.N. General Assembly amounted to an appeal to the U.S. and other nations to join Israel in drawing a line that Iran cannot cross without risking a military response. 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu brought a visual aid with him today to the United Nations General Assembly.

He drew a RED LINE on the bomb chart.

During his speech the Israeli Prime Minister explained to the audience that the Iranian regime had already completed the first stage of their nuclear program. The regime is working on the second stage. Netanyahu urged the members to draw a red line before the Iranians complete the second stage of their program.

This was a very effective presentation.

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