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Iran Calls Netanyahu a ‘Nutty-Netty Stand-Up Comic’

Netanyahu’s “red line” speech at the UN showed him up as a “nutty-nutty not-so-funny stand-up comic” says Iranian media.
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
First Publish: 10/15/2012, 9:05 AM

Netanyahu illustrates the "red line"
Netanyahu illustrates the "red line"
AFP photo

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s “red line” speech at the United Nations showed him up as a “nutty-nutty not-so-funny stand-up comic” and the “most dangerous man alive,” reports the Iranian government-controlled Press TV.

It also accused Israel of staging the 9/11 attacks.

In an unsigned column dripping with anti-Semitism, Netanyahu was analyzed as suffering from a “Yuck Yuck Syndrome,” which it said is “perfectly explainable, given the fact that organized Zionist interests - firmly in control of all levers of mass media - have turned virtually all aspects of life in the West into some version of either Seinfeld, Comedy Central or Pee Wee’s Playhouse.”

Prime Minister Netanyahu drew a red line on a graphic of a bomb while addressing the United Nations General Assembly last month.

“It was not an Iranian bomb with a lit fuse on display that day at the UN in front of all 7 billion people on G-d's green earth, but an Israeli one, and Nutty Nutty's message was clear — Destroy Iran or we will destroy you,” according to Press TV.

It called Israel a “mad dog” that “finds herself in the latter stages of her rabid mindset" with the characteristics of the times wherein “people laugh when they shouldn’t.”

The column did not spare President Barack Obama, accused of “murdering millions of innocent people in Iraq” and then joking “about his damnable actions at a White House Correspondence [sic] dinner.”

However, the “Zionist regime” was the column’s prime target, and Prime Minister Netanyahu was called the most dangerous man alive today, warning of the "dangers" of Iran’s nuclear energy program….

“Enterprising writers, pundits and cartoonists immediately seized upon the moment and associated Netanyahu's drawing with something seen on Looney Tunes and made him the butt of jokes worldwide.

“The fact of the matter, however, is that this was one of those moments where laughter was as out of place as the proverbial cockroach on a wedding cake. This was not some skit on Saturday Night Live or a laugh-it-up vignette from Mad Magazine

“No, Nutty Netty was not there to entertain. Nor was he there to be mocked and ridiculed in the aftermath of his performance. Remember, self-absorbed, pathologically-narcissistic/ gangster types don’t like laughter at their own expense, and the fact that there were no news reports of him seething in rage and putting his foot through nearby television sets when hearing of the tsunami of snickering that resulted from his speech should scare the hell out of everyone as well, because what this means is that this snickering was not only anticipated but welcomed.”

Press TV, a mouthpiece for the Islamic Republic regime, then told its readers what Netanyahu actually was saying “in a dialect of Pig Latin that when translated went something like this:

‘Mr. President…Mr. Prime Minister…Your Holiness, ladies and gentlemen and all those tuned to this frequency and watching this in real time…Consider this to be your last warning…The fuse has been lit and time's just about up and if we don’t get what we want we are going to blow this place to kingdom come, and you know we’ll do it…We pulled off 9/11 and got away with it…

“Think of the controlled demolition of your economies-a mirrored reflection of the Twin Towers coming down, room by room, floor by floor and story by story, and we got away with it...

“Those 400 Israeli nukes always the subject of nervous discussion-do you really believe they are sitting in Israel, buried safely in some silo, thousands of miles away? Well then, let me do the math for you. We presently have about 100 left in the country. The other 300 are sitting in all the major cities of the world, including your capitals, brought in under diplomatic cover over the course of the last 40 years, just one phone call and one key turn away from going hot. This is the last time we are going to have this conversation in this manner, because the next thing taking place is your cities going up one by one if our demands are not met.”

The column left no doubt that Netanyahu’s bomb cartoon "actually represented Israel’s intention to bomb Iran, and “Nutty Netty's message was clear -- Destroy Iran or we will destroy you. Looney Tunes, yes, but definitely not a laughing matter.”

It then labeled the Prime Minister “a should-be psychiatric patient” who talks about “another country wanting to ‘wipe Israel off the map’: while stating his “willingness to do 'whatever is necessary' in preventing this, [and] we should take him as serious [sic] as a heart attack.”

Readers also were told that Netanyahu said it was “good” that nearly 3,000 Americans were killed in the 9/11 attacks because “it would generate ‘immediate sympathy for Israel.”