They think inviolable rule of law principles are quaint and out of date. They believe "do unto others" no longer matters. They champion might over right.
They dismissively ignore human need. They believe their way alone is the right way. They target non-believers with death and destruction.
"The hour is getting late, very late," Netanyahu raged. Iran represents "a fanatic ideology bent on world domination."
"It makes little difference whether these lethal weapons are in the hands of the world's most dangerous terrorist regime, or the world's most dangerous terrorist organization."
His entire anti-Iranian rant sounded more like a bad film script no respectable producer would approve.
Make no mistake. He's hell bent for war and intends to get it. Obama's no different. Disagreement between them is only over timing.
Both leaders ignore over 100 participating Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) countries expressing support for Iran.
In late August, they met in Tehran for six days. The New York Times said NAM "handed".Iran a diplomatic victory." The Christian Science Monitor suggested efforts to isolate Iran failed.
The Russian International News Agency (RIA Novosti) said participants supported Iran and its peaceful nuclear program. The Tehran Times said "NAM summit set back US-Israeli campaign to isolate Iran."
Press TV called the summit the "most important" political event in the Islamic Republic's history. Iran emerged standing tall. Its government gained prestige. America, Israel, and rogue allies got long overdue black eyes.
A final communique contained around 700 clauses. Topics addressed included:
" opposition to the misuse of human rights;
" global nuclear disarmament;
" opposition to racism and Islamophobia;
" support for Iran's peaceful nuclear program;