Thursday, October 22, 2009

Goldstone tells Obama: "Put Up or Shut Up!"

Obama is too busy right now, trying to figure out how to gin up an excuse to bomb Iran and turn that proud nation into a carbon-copy of Iraq.... and how to create more 'brain candy' distractions, like the 'Balloon Head Boy' for FUX, CNN--Certainly Not News--and MSnnnozBC so they can treat your mind like a sewer.

Stay uniformed and you won't be asking "What in the Hell happened to my 401K account," or "Damn, I worked 19 years for that company, now they're laying everyone off and using Goldman Sachs bailout money to move to China?"

If the Nazis had someone like the USA to provide cover for their war crimes, we'd all be speaking German.

Since Israel has the USA to 'waddle' in and destroy any evidence of war crimes or hopes for justice for the murdered Gazans, we might all be speaking Yid one day.

And why in the hell does one have to get this kind of news from an Israeli paper and not that 'Od Grey Lady?'

Goldstone tells Obama: Show me flaws in Gaza report

South African jurist Richard Goldstone, who led a damning United Nations probe into Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip last winter, has challenged Barack Obama's administration to justify its claims that the report is one-sided and flawed.

Goldstone's report, commissioned by the UN Human Rights Council, accuses both Israel and Hamas of war crimes in the Gaza offensive. Israel has rejected the report as biased and the U.S. has said it would support Israel's efforts to prevent a UN Security Council debate on the report.




Goldstone said the attacks on him have become personal and he believes most critics have not even read the report.
Goldstone told Al Jazeera on Thursday that he is still waiting for the U.S. to clarify its claim that the report has a number of flaws.


"The Obama administration joined our recommendation calling for full and good-faith investigations, both in Israel and in Gaza, but said that the report was flawed," Goldstone told Al Jazeera.

The commission chair said that once Washington points out the flaws, he would be ready to respond. "I have yet to hear from the Obama administration what the flaws in the report that they have identified are. I would be happy to respond to them, if and when I know what they are," he said.

1 comment:

  1. "The Obama administration joined our recommendation calling for full and good-faith investigations, both in Israel and in Gaza, but said that the report was flawed, because there wasn't enough kissing of Israel's flea-ridden ass."

    Hey, Barry...didn't you hear that Einstein was possibly a plagiarist?

    Imagine that.

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