Saturday, October 12, 2013

Israeli PM Netanyahu to Receive Nobel Peace Prize


Oslo, Norway--The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2013 is to be awarded to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for showing extraordinary restraint in the past year during the Syrian Crisis. The Committee pointed out that PM Netanyahu could of dropped more nuclear weapons on Damascus, Syria, other than two back in May 2013, but chose not to, which made the entire planet breathe just a little easier.

The Committee added that as soon as they figure out PM Netanyahu's
real last name, his Peace Prize plaque will be inscribed, but as of now, there was some confusion as to whether his name was Benjamin Mileikowsky, or Benjamin Nitai, or John Jay Sullivan or John Jay Sullivan Jr., since the PM has been known by and lived under all of those names.
An May 2013 example of PM Netanyahu showing patience in Syria.


Israeli Jews interviewed in the West Bank said they wished PM Netanyahu the same good luck former Israeli PM Yitzhak Rabin incurred after he won the Peace Prize in 1994.

Attempts to contact PM Netanyahu for his reaction to winning the Peace Prize failed, as an aide said the
Prime Minister was with his generals, drawing up plans to re-invade Lebanon.

Although some questioned the Committee's choice, the Nobel foundation said choosing Netanyahu was in line with past Peace Prize winners, like
CIA asset the Dalai Lama and the at large war criminal, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and the war mongering President Obama.



13 comments:

  1. ooh mine, "no balls piece" prize for bibi?? me soo excited!! it is looong overdue, don't you say?

    this man has magical power over our congress, senate and all the dead sea spa kiosks at the local malls. gotta keep the Americans "beautifool"!

    Hey Greg, can you believe our lil tongue wielding & twerking darling (make sure to google "twerking and learn few moves!) miley cyrus has gone "anti semite"?? WTF?? is she reading your blog or what? ;)
    Now Miley Cyrus makes 'anti-semitic comment' as she says she won't take advice from an 'old Jewish man' in new interview

    'It can’t be like this 70-year-old Jewish man that doesn’t leave his desk all day, telling me what the clubs want to hear.'


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2456532/Now-Miley-Cyrus-makes-anti-semitic-comment-says-wont-advice-old-Jewish-man-new-interview.html

    hmmm, I saw another picture of nuttyahoo the other day, he had that typical constipated look plastered over his ugly old face. Only if our congress critters had miley's tongue .....

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  2. Greg... I am still rolling on the floor right now, laughing my butt off ...

    That and when I started reading this, I started to laugh so hard, that I spilled my coffee all over my lap... You owe me $2 for a new coffee, my friend!

    This one is a real good one... Keep up the fight, my friend..

    And BTW, maybe someday I too can make your list in the left hand column of this blogsite... Someday.....

    NTS

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  3. "In my office, I have a signet ring that was loaned to me by Israel's department of antiquities. The ring was found next to the western wall, but it dates back some 2,800 years ago, 200 years after King David turned Jerusalem into our capital city.

    The ring is the seal of a jewish official, and inscribed on it in Hebrew is his name: Netanyahu Ben-Yoash. That's my last name. My first name Benjamin, dates back 1000 years earlier to Benjamin, the son of Jacob."

    Now, if we could get all these lies wrapped up to go in a McD bag, the next dumpster is not far away.

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  5. Hey Machnichts, do you want a Mcholocaust shake to go with those lies, I mean, fries?

    The lies are knosher and so are the fries. Blessed and kosherized (spat on) by rabbis at temple mount Monsanto.

    *oy vey, we can eat kosher Mcnuggets vile vatching that shiksa Miley Cyborg shake her goyim butt. *

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  6. Thanks Lee, but no thanks. I don't like McD and I don't like kosher. The extra tax on it makes me want to gag.

    Okay, I try to lighten up, but I think this zombie-clown means business and is still too successful doing it.

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