Nuclear Weapons Proliferation -- U.S. And Israeli Hypocrisy

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Benjamin Netanyahu -- Assemblyman calls speech "hypocrisy"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to the U.S. congress was a blatant exercise of hypocrisy.

The United States and Israel lack the moral authority to call for countries to adhere to Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, when both of these countries possess stockpiles of nuclear weapons.

It’s hypocritical. The U.S. and Israel should commit to nuclear disarmament if they want others to commit to non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.

Let's call on all countries to disarm their stockpile of nuclear weapons. The State of Israel with the support of the United States military weapons, according to The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef), killed more than 500 children, injured 3,300 and left hundreds of thousands of children in need of psychological support to deal with the emotional distress of living through conflict as a result of the last military attack on the Gaza strip.

If the United States wants to gain credibility in their war against terrorism, then they must condemn the state sponsored terrorism of the State of Israel and stop supplying them with weapons of mass destruction.

Stop the Israeli Occupation of Palestine. Free Palestine.


Charles Barron is New York State Assemblyman.(Democrat) 60th District Of Brooklyn, NY

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