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  • Israel Shamir
    SARKOZY VEND SON AME AUX PRINCES DES TENEBRES ... Lors de son dernier séjour aux Etats-Unis, Nicolas Sarkozy a reçu les principaux responsables des grandes
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      SARKOZY VEND SON AME AUX PRINCES DES TENEBRES
       

       
       
      Lors de son dernier séjour aux Etats-Unis, Nicolas Sarkozy a reçu les principaux responsables des grandes organisations sionistes américaines. Cette rencontre a eu lieu au consulat français de New York le matin du 11 septembre 2006. Agissant de son propre chef, sans mission officielle du gouvernement français, Sarkozy s'est conduit en ministre des Affaires étrangères et les propos qu'il aurait tenus sont inquiétants pour l'avenir de la France, de l'Europe et du Proche-Orient. 
       
      Pour autant que je sache, le Monde (France) et le Figaro (France) n'ont rapporté l'évènement que de façon superficielle, en indiquant seulement une rencontre avec des "responsables d'organisations juives", avec lesquelles Sarkozy aurait surtout discuté de l'antisémitisme dans notre pays.
       
      Cette discrétion pourrait s'expliquer par le secret exigé des participants. Selon le New York Times en effet :
       
      "In a closed-door meeting with more than a dozen Jewish leaders on Monday, [Sarkozy] said France should not have waited as long as it did to commit troops to Lebanon and went further than Mr. Chirac in criticizing Hezbollah, calling it a "terrorist" organization, according to one participant, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to disclose what took place at the meeting." [1] 
       
      Mais un autre quotidien newyorkais a révélé le nom des participants et le contenu du discours de Sarkozy. En voici les points forts :
       
      "The meeting marked the first time a major French presidential candidate has publicly cultivated relations with the American Jewish community before an election. (...) "I am a friend of America. I am a friend of Israel," Mr. Sarkozy, the head of the conservative party Union for a Popular Movement, said. Among those attending yesterday's meeting were the chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Harold Tanner; the chairman of the policy council of the World Jewish Congress, Rabbi Israel Singer; the president of the American Jewish CongressJack Rosen; and officials from the UJAAmerican Jewish Committee, and Anti-Defamation League. (...) Mr. Sarkozy recently called Hezbollah a terrorist organization, although the European Union does not list it as such. He said yesterday that Israel was the victim of aggression but managed to lose the image war. (...) Mr. Sarkozy said French authorities estimate that Iran will have nuclear weapons within two to three years. "The only response," he said "is firmness. We must keep all options open, and not tie our hands to one single strategy. We should not give Iran advance warning about what the democratic world might do." Iran is on the move in part because Iraq is no longer able to contain it, he said. "Iran has a free hand; they face no enemies." If he is elected, he said, dealing with Iran will be his "first priority." "I cannot accept a head of state saying he will wipe Israel off the map," he said. Israel should explore the possibility of talks with Syria in order to effect a split between Damascus and Tehran, the interior minister said. And Israel should be "more proactive," he said "When you are small, you must be swift." [2]
       
      Le lendemain, Sarkozy prononçait un nouveau discours sur le même ton, cette fois-ci devant la French-American Foundation à Washington. [3] Il déjeunait ensuite avec Michael Chertoff, avant de serrer la main de George Bush à la Maison Blanche, - "an exceptional event for a mere minister", nous précise le New York Times.
       
      Le candidat Sarkozy compte-t-il à attaquer l'Iran aux côtés de l'empire israélo-américain ?
       
       
      François Costes
       
       
      18 septembre 2006 | Version 1.21
       
       
      [1]
       
      "Widening His Campaign Trail, French Hopeful Tours the U.S."
      Elaine Sciolino
      The New York Times (USA), 13 septembre 2006
       
      [2]
       
      "French Minister Meets With U.S. Jewish Leaders"
      David Twersky
      The New York Sun (USA), 12 septembre 2006
       
      [3]
       
      "Nicolas Sarkozy s'aligne sur George Bush sur le Moyen-Orient"
      Corine Lesnes
      Le Monde (France), 13 septembre 2006
       
       
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