Monday, April 14, 2008

Carter utters the "P" word, sending Zionists into a hysterical frenzy

What is the 'P" word that sends Zionists and Likudnuts everywhere into a hysterical rage? The "P" word is Peace. Peace or rather the prospect of peace sends Zionists and Likudnuts into a frenzy, running away from that word or that prospect as if it was laden with a fresh batch of plague from the Israel Institute of Biological Research, near Tel Aviv.

This is the mindset of America's "only" friend in the ME, Israel. A mindset that is set on continuous war, as long as American money, weapons and in the case of Iraq, American troops are used to help prop up the racist and Apartheid State of Israel.

One of Israel's bestest friends, the tragically inept buffoon Secretary of State Condi Rice, has joined this chorus of well trained parakeets, mouthing whatever line her Tel Aviv puppet masters tell her to, since above all else, whatever is done in regards to peace in the ME, whatever else is done, we must NOT talk to all parties trying to secure peace for Occupied Palestine.

Peace or even talk of peace is an idea repugnant to Zionists, who only prefer to talk in their standard mode, by letting the barking sounds of a .50 caliber machine gun, tearing thru the intestines of a pregnant mother in Hebron, letting those lethal projectiles talk all day long by letting Palestinians know just exactly what Zionists think of Peace.

Or by letting the crumping explosion of a not so smart bomb, letting that sound express Zionist thoughts, as it blows apart a refugee camp in Gaza, that kind of talk the Zionists will gleefully engage in all day long.

Or by letting the scream and subsequent thudding blast of a 155 mm artillery shell blowing apart a Palestinian family, trying to enjoy a day at the beach, letting that very deadly piece of twisted metal do all the talking the Israeli's plan to do in regards to Peace in Palestine.

These are the only types of conversations the Zionists are willing to hold with the constantly under siege Palestinians.

That is, until all the Palestinians are either murdered, forcibly moved or starved to death by the world's "most" moral army, the IDF.

Peres: Carter damaged peace process

Former US president Jimmy Carter was immediately criticized upon his arrival in Israel Sunday by President Shimon Peres, who told him that his plans to meet with exiled Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal were a "severe mistake."

Peres - who, like Carter, is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate - said Mashaal was an extremist and an illegitimate leader who had given orders to kill Israelis. Far from swaying Mashaal to change his ways, a conversation between the two men would harm the chances for peace, he said.

Carter met on Sunday night with the parents of kidnapped IDF soldier Cpl. Gilad Schalit. In a closed-door conversation over tea in the King David Hotel, where the ex-president is staying, Noam Schalit asked Carter to help advance a deal to free his son, who has been held by Hamas for 33 months, when Carter meets with Mashaal later this week in Syria.

"We spoke. We asked him to use his influence to help us," Schalit told The Jerusalem Post after the meeting.On Monday, Carter is slated to visit both Sderot and Barzilai Medical Center in Ashkelon.

But neither choice endeared him to the Israeli public. Carter, who brokered the 1979 peace deal with Egypt, was off to a chilly start, both because of the impending meeting with Mashaal and his 2006 book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, which compared Israeli actions in the West Bank with the racial oppression that once reigned in South Africa.

So the aging diplomat in a gray suit, who slipped quietly into the lobby of the King David Hotel on Sunday evening, did not draw the attention of top Israeli politicians.

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and Defense Minister Ehud Barak have all declined to meet with him, citing "scheduling problems." Likud chairman Binyamin Netanyahu did not want to meet with the ex-president, either.

"There is no doubt that Jimmy Carter as a former president should be greeted as a matter of protocol, but it does not mean that the prime minister, the foreign minister and certainly the opposition leader have to meet him," Netanyahu adviser Uzi Arad told Israel Radio.

"I think that it's very important that at least someone meet with the Hamas leaders to express their views, to ascertain what flexibility they have, to try to induce them to stop all attacks against innocent civilians in Israel and to cooperate with the Fatah as a group that unites the Palestinians, maybe to get them to agree to a cease-fire - things of this kind," he said.

The State Department has said it advised Carter twice against meeting representatives of Hamas, which Washington considers a terrorist organization.

"I find it hard to understand what is going to be gained by having discussions with Hamas about peace when Hamas is, in fact, the impediment to peace," Rice said Friday, after reports of the planned meeting surfaced.

Carter is among a growing group of critics who think that the policy of isolating Hamas has been counterproductive. Several months ago, a group of prominent former senior US officials - including Brent Scowcroft and Carter's own national security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski - called for "genuine dialogue" with the Islamic group.

During his visit to the region, Carter also plans to meet with the presidents of Egypt and Syria, as well as the king of Saudi Arabia.

Article from the JPost


  1. Frenzy this, asshole:


    Army Radio reported Tuesday that a new poll shows that 41 percent of Gazans would like to leave the Strip immediately, and that 94 percent believe that Gaza's economic situation has significantly worsened since Hamas rule began.

    It said a Near East poll of 900 Palestinians in Gaza also showed that 64 percent of respondents live under the poverty line.

    Half of the Gazans polled said that they "felt less secure since the [June, 2007] Hamas takeover," 32 percent said they felt more secure, and 18 percent said they felt no change, the radio said.

  2. Thank you for your comments, Mr. Cheney!!

    BTW, what insane asylum are you going to check into after January 20, 2009?

    Here's hoping you recover from your dreaded affliction.


    Greg Bacon

  3. Greg, re: the "Neighborhood Network Watch".

    This must be a SPOOF, a JOKE site.

    There is no way that is real.

    Look at the website press release section - it is not pointing to any other websites, only the one...


  4. If it is a joke, it's a damned well thought out one.

    And it fits right into what the criminal Bush/Cheney Junta has been doing to America that last seven years.

    Don't know where my email went to, but it never came back.

  5. If it is a joke, it's a damned well thought out one.

    And it fits right into what the criminal Bush/Cheney Junta has been doing to America that last seven years.

    Don't know where my email went to, but it never came back.


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