PM Netanyahu: Today I'm going to make an unprecedented offer to Iran

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This is interesting.

 





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What a lovely offer that is not contradictory to imposing sanctions that Iranian people should bear at all.
Sorry but that kind of message reminds me of Genesis 3 more than anything else...
I'm no fan of the Islamic Republic government or their nonsensical "Death to America and Israel" ranting, but I know better than to fall for this theatrical gestures. Should I turn a blind eye to what kind of future they are cooking for Iran and see them as angels of mercy coming to save us? I don't think so.
Just to let you know, and before you blame me for anything, there would have been nothing wrong with that kind of offer if there was no intention behind it, but I think the timing of such an offer is no coincident. Also, there's nothing more absurd than trusting a foreign power to help (or encourage) you to overthrow your government just for the sake of making you free.
I'm tired of the corruption that has ruined the future of a generation in Iran, but on the other hand, I don't want my country to be chopped up in a civil war or invasion. Contrary to the countries surrounding it, Iran has been one of the safest countries in the middle east, terroristic-wise, through the last years, but thanks to the government's lack of futuristic plans for next generations, the infinite greed of a certain group, America's neverending sanctions, and it's weird obsession with regime change plans, that's going to change soon.
 





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This is interesting.

This is laughable. There are no plans to help Iran unless the intent is to further destabilize Iran. Known liars and conspirators shouldn't be trusted but hit with the full force of the law. This might be a big week for Iran but not in a good way. Too bad the liar won't be funneling those American tax dollars to aid Iran but that would be humanitarian.
 





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Did any of you even watch the video? From your comments, obviously not. If anyone wonders if your hate of Israel is just a knee-jerk thing, the proof is in this thread. You don't care about the truth at all. You just hate Israel.

Here's what's in the video, the offer from Israel that you all condemn.

According to Iran's own information, 96 percent of the country suffers from drought, and up to 50 million Iranians may be forced to move because of related ecological damage.​
Netanyahu says that Israel also suffers from drought, but has developed technology to overcome it, and now Israel recycles more water than any other nation on earth -- more than 90 percent of waste water in Israel gets recycled. Israel has also made great advances in irrigation tech, getting the most out of every drop of precious water.​
Israel would like to help the Iranian people with their drought problem, but Iran currently forbids Israelis from entering the country. So Israel has put up a website in Farsi detailing how Iran can implement the same technology to save their country from ecological ruin.​
Can you imagine being against that?
 





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Did any of you even watch the video? From your comments, obviously not. If anyone wonders if your hate of Israel is just a knee-jerk thing, the proof is in this thread. You don't care about the truth at all. You just hate Israel.

Here's what's in the video, the offer from Israel that you all condemn.

According to Iran's own information, 96 percent of the country suffers from drought, and up to 50 million Iranians may be forced to move because of related ecological damage.​


Netanyahu says that Israel also suffers from drought, but has developed technology to overcome it, and now Israel recycles more water than any other nation on earth -- more than 90 percent of waste water in Israel gets recycled. Israel has also made great advances in irrigation tech, getting the most out of every drop of precious water.​


Israel would like to help the Iranian people with their drought problem, but Iran currently forbids Israelis from entering the country. So Israel has put up a website in Farsi detailing how Iran can implement the same technology to save their country from ecological ruin.​

Can you imagine being against that?
 





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Did any of you even watch the video? From your comments, obviously not. If anyone wonders if your hate of Israel is just a knee-jerk thing, the proof is in this thread. You don't care about the truth at all. You just hate Israel.

Here's what's in the video, the offer from Israel that you all condemn.

According to Iran's own information, 96 percent of the country suffers from drought, and up to 50 million Iranians may be forced to move because of related ecological damage.​


Netanyahu says that Israel also suffers from drought, but has developed technology to overcome it, and now Israel recycles more water than any other nation on earth -- more than 90 percent of waste water in Israel gets recycled. Israel has also made great advances in irrigation tech, getting the most out of every drop of precious water.​


Israel would like to help the Iranian people with their drought problem, but Iran currently forbids Israelis from entering the country. So Israel has put up a website in Farsi detailing how Iran can implement the same technology to save their country from ecological ruin.​

Can you imagine being against that?
I don't hate Israel. I hate the lies and subversion being peddled as truth from a known liar and collaborator. Maybe that snake offering oil is telling some truth but this same snake letting Palestinians get killed on his borders instead doing his damn best to find peaceful resolution.

Because I don't think you're a conspiracy theorist you don't seem to be aware that the world is setting its sights on Iran. Big things to come for that country and this liar only validates it more.
 





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Did any of you even watch the video? From your comments, obviously not. If anyone wonders if your hate of Israel is just a knee-jerk thing, the proof is in this thread. You don't care about the truth at all. You just hate Israel.

Here's what's in the video, the offer from Israel that you all condemn.

According to Iran's own information, 96 percent of the country suffers from drought, and up to 50 million Iranians may be forced to move because of related ecological damage.​


Netanyahu says that Israel also suffers from drought, but has developed technology to overcome it, and now Israel recycles more water than any other nation on earth -- more than 90 percent of waste water in Israel gets recycled. Israel has also made great advances in irrigation tech, getting the most out of every drop of precious water.​


Israel would like to help the Iranian people with their drought problem, but Iran currently forbids Israelis from entering the country. So Israel has put up a website in Farsi detailing how Iran can implement the same technology to save their country from ecological ruin.​

Can you imagine being against that?
As I understand it, rather than entering the country, Israel proposes to make available the water technology and know-how to Iranians in Farsi via, a dedicated website, with no strings attached.

I'm sure Israel is aware of the "truther narrative" about them, and sometimes the best thing you can do with such perspectives is simply to DO the opposite. I would agree with Netanyahu that the people are far more worthy than the leadership of Iran.

I hope that by working to take away legitimacy from the cry of "Death to Israel" coming from the people of Iran, that their leadership might instead focus on something more productive than their obsession with Apocalyptic Islam.
 





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As I understand it, rather than entering the country, Israel proposes to make available the water technology and know-how to Iranians in Farsi via, a dedicated website, with no strings attached.
No one's ever going to believe that while it comes from a Zionist (Netanyahu).

I'm sure Israel is aware of the "truther narrative" about them, and sometimes the best thing you can do with such perspectives is simply to DO the opposite. I would agree with Netanyahu that the people are far more worthy than the leadership of Iran.
Too bad they don't. They continue to colonize land, kill women, children, and men, and continue to expand their settlement projects.

I hope that by working to take away legitimacy from the cry of "Death to Israel" coming from the people of Iran, that their leadership might instead focus on something more productive than their obsession with Apocalyptic Islam.
You're right Iran should stop with the chants and do how the Israelis and Americans do it which is to go out and straight kill large groups of people based on lies and then claim that they're doing it in the name of self-defense. While they're at it they should use chemical weapons and build a large arsenal of nukes like how the Israelis do.
 





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What a lovely offer that is not contradictory to imposing sanctions that Iranian people should bear at all.
Sorry but that kind of message reminds me of Genesis 3 more than anything else...
I'm no fan of the Islamic Republic government or their nonsensical "Death to America and Israel" ranting, but I know better than to fall for this theatrical gestures. Should I turn a blind eye to what kind of future they are cooking for Iran and see them as angels of mercy coming to save us? I don't think so.
Just to let you know, and before you blame me for anything, there would have been nothing wrong with that kind of offer if there was no intention behind it, but I think the timing of such an offer is no coincident. Also, there's nothing more absurd than trusting a foreign power to help (or encourage) you to overthrow your government just for the sake of making you free.
I'm tired of the corruption that has ruined the future of a generation in Iran, but on the other hand, I don't want my country to be chopped up in a civil war or invasion. Contrary to the countries surrounding it, Iran has been one of the safest countries in the middle east, terroristic-wise, through the last years, but thanks to the government's lack of futuristic plans for next generations, the infinite greed of a certain group, America's neverending sanctions, and it's weird obsession with regime change plans, that's going to change soon.
Let me ask you a question if I may. Do you have access to this sort of information in Iran already? I mean it would seem logical to me that if you are able to access the VC forum, you are able to access information about water technology that multiple countries already have implemented as well. Companies like IBM have begun the process of collecting data on things like water usage so that cities are able to manage resources based on the data. It is really pretty interesting. Even small towns in the US are able to benefit from this like this little place called Dubuque, Iowa.


Although, there are other methods and forms of equipment that farmers can buy like smart sensors and other devices that I have seen all over the place. You can literally buy these things on many websites and have it shipped to Iran, I would imagine. Water recycling is also not something new either. I hear of places using recycled water all the time. So I am curious whether you have access to purchasing these things online or how something like would work for you? Would there be restrictions to this because if there isn't, Bibi just sounds like he is using this as another opportunity to accuse the Iranian government of being corrupt? He is making it seem like they are going to be saviors to the Iranian people. Honestly, even with the disagreements, I have with the Iranian government, it doesn't seem like Iran is a third world country. I just find it hard to believe that people don't already have access to this information and the means to implement this without the creation of a special website in Farsi like he is talking to a two-year-old.

Seriously, there is Google translate and it seems like a lot of Iranian people are bilingual. Unless the government doesn't allow you to access these online agriculture technology stores. That would be the only case where I could see something like this as being helpful. Otherwise, it is absolutely ridiculous and insulting propaganda show.
 





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Let me ask you a question if I may. Do you have access to this sort of information in Iran already? I mean it would seem logical to me that if you are able to access the VC forum, you are able to access information about water technology that multiple countries already have implemented as well. Companies like IBM have begun the process of collecting data on things like water usage so that cities are able to manage resources based on the data. It is really pretty interesting. Even small towns in the US are able to benefit from this like this little place called Dubuque, Iowa.


Although, there are other methods and forms of equipment that farmers can buy like smart sensors and other devices that I have seen all over the place. You can literally buy these things on many websites and have it shipped to Iran, I would imagine. Water recycling is also not something new either. I hear of places using recycled water all the time. So I am curious whether you have access to purchasing these things online or how something like would work for you? Would there be restrictions to this because if there isn't, Bibi just sounds like he is using this as another opportunity to accuse the Iranian government of being corrupt? He is making it seem like they are going to be saviors to the Iranian people. Honestly, even with the disagreements, I have with the Iranian government, it doesn't seem like Iran is a third world country. I just find it hard to believe that people don't already have access to this information and the means to implement this without the creation of a special website in Farsi like he is talking to a two-year-old.

Seriously, there is Google translate and it seems like a lot of Iranian people are bilingual. Unless the government doesn't allow you to access these agriculture technology stores is the only case where I could see something like this as being helpful. Otherwise, it is absolutely ridiculous and insulting propaganda show.
From what I've gathered, there was poor planning on the part of the Iranian government that led to their water issues not being dealt with in the best way. It seems you are implying that Bibi is not only being condescending but opportunistic, maybe even deceptive, In extending that olive branch.

I find that hard to believe. :cool:
 





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Did any of you even watch the video? From your comments, obviously not. If anyone wonders if your hate of Israel is just a knee-jerk thing, the proof is in this thread. You don't care about the truth at all. You just hate Israel.

Here's what's in the video, the offer from Israel that you all condemn.

According to Iran's own information, 96 percent of the country suffers from drought, and up to 50 million Iranians may be forced to move because of related ecological damage.​


Netanyahu says that Israel also suffers from drought, but has developed technology to overcome it, and now Israel recycles more water than any other nation on earth -- more than 90 percent of waste water in Israel gets recycled. Israel has also made great advances in irrigation tech, getting the most out of every drop of precious water.​


Israel would like to help the Iranian people with their drought problem, but Iran currently forbids Israelis from entering the country. So Israel has put up a website in Farsi detailing how Iran can implement the same technology to save their country from ecological ruin.​

Can you imagine being against that?
"Netanyahu says that Israel also suffers from drought, but has developed technology to overcome it"
Like stealing the water-rich areas from nations they share borders with? I do however commend the Israelis for being resourceful.... I wish they would let that side of themselves show more often. Thats how they can become true international leaders and partners..... not via their usual tomfoolery.....
 





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Let me ask you a question if I may. Do you have access to this sort of information in Iran already? I mean it would seem logical to me that if you are able to access the VC forum, you are able to access information about water technology that multiple countries already have implemented as well. Companies like IBM have begun the process of collecting data on things like water usage so that cities are able to manage resources based on the data. It is really pretty interesting. Even small towns in the US are able to benefit from this like this little place called Dubuque, Iowa.


Although, there are other methods and forms of equipment that farmers can buy like smart sensors and other devices that I have seen all over the place. You can literally buy these things on many websites and have it shipped to Iran, I would imagine. Water recycling is also not something new either. I hear of places using recycled water all the time. So I am curious whether you have access to purchasing these things online or how something like would work for you? Would there be restrictions to this because if there isn't, Bibi just sounds like he is using this as another opportunity to accuse the Iranian government of being corrupt? He is making it seem like they are going to be saviors to the Iranian people. Honestly, even with the disagreements, I have with the Iranian government, it doesn't seem like Iran is a third world country. I just find it hard to believe that people don't already have access to this information and the means to implement this without the creation of a special website in Farsi like he is talking to a two-year-old.

Seriously, there is Google translate and it seems like a lot of Iranian people are bilingual. Unless the government doesn't allow you to access these online agriculture technology stores. That would be the only case where I could see something like this as being helpful. Otherwise, it is absolutely ridiculous and insulting propaganda show.
"You can literally buy these things on many websites and have it shipped to Iran, I would imagine."
Thats an interesting question...... I would think the sanctions could impede your idea but its worth exploring.
 





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Glad you approve! Got more where that came from :--).
Its beautiful. I have been into graff and calligraphy for many years, many years before I became a revert as well, and it helped me to appreciate the power and beauty of Arabic & Farsi scripts. What does it mean? I have an idea, but cannot read Arabic.......