Thursday, August 14, 2014

Did You Hear That...

Dr. Mustafa Barghouti, of the Palestinian National Initiative, said: "We are ready even to be completely demilitarized if Israel also accepts to be demilitarized, and we will all live in peace and coexistence. What's the problem?" ("We are the world, we are the children..." Does this guy actually believe the BS he's peddling? I know the UN does. Does Obama?) (Quote from Fox News, 8/9/14.)

At a special session of the UN General Assembly, the EU's representative said: "We condemn the terrible loss of almost 2000 lives," referring to the war between Israel and Hamas. (So, their representative condemns the loss of even the Hamas terrorists who started the war? Who, exactly, was Israel allowed to target in this war? Oh, no one.)

The US representative, Rosemary DiCarlo, said: the Obama Administration was "horrified at the strikes that hit UNRWA schools..." (How about standing up for Israel and acknowledging Hamas hides their weapons and terrorist fighters in and around schools, mosques, homes, etc.?)

The Canadian representative to this special session said: "The responsibility for the death and destruction that we have witnessed in recent weeks are attributable solely to Hamas." (Thank you Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who personally dressed down other Western leaders, including Obama, with this: "Failure by the international community to condemn these reprehensible actions (of Hamas) will encourage these terrorists to continue their appalling actions...solidarity with Israel is the best way of stopping the conflict." "O Canada..."!) (Last 4 quotes from the 8/9/14 JPost online.)

California Democratic Senator Diane Feinstein actually said this: "It takes an army to defeat an army, and I believe that we either confront (ISIS) now or we will be forced to deal with an even stronger enemy in the future. Inaction is no longer an option." (So take that, Obama! Obama sounds like Kerry - remember his "unbelievably small" response to Syria; which turned out to be no response. Feinstein sounds like an earlier democrat who said: "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty." RIP JFK; hopefully we will have a stronger President in 2 1/2 years.)

Bill O'Reilly made this astute observation: "I don't think President Obama looks at the world in terms of good and evil. For the President, there is always a political solution, a consensus, a discussion." (Yes, because for Obama everybody is the same, sharing the same values. Recall Obama's speech to the Muslim world from Cairo, when he said: "...America and Islam are not exclusive, and need not be in competition. Instead, they overlap, and share common principles - principles of justice and progress; tolerance and the dignity of all human beings." Um, somebody did not get that memo. "Hey, who's in charge of memo distribution?")

The Foreign Press Association in Israel and Palestine was not too happy with Hamas. They issued this statement, "protest(ing) in the strongest terms the blatant, incessant, forceful and unorthodox methods employed by the Hamas authorities and their representatives against visiting international journalists in GAZA over the past month." (They mean like threatening reporters for telling the truth about from where rockets and missiles are actually fired at Israel? The US mainstream media seems to be a pretty reliable partner for Hamas' propaganda, even accepting their count of civilian casualties. Would Hamas lie?)

Today's Wall Street Journal reported that Obama held back a shipment of air-to-surface missiles from Israel during the recent war with Hamas. The transfer was apparently going to be made by the Pentagon in a routine transaction, when the White House stepped in. An official was quoted as saying that the Administration became "increasingly disturbed by what they saw as heavy-handed battlefield tactics that they believed risked a humanitarian catastrophe." (As the Truth-Uncensored has indicated previously, Obama gives lip service to Israel's right to defend itself, but does not really mean it. As for "humanitarian catastrophes," Obama does not seem all that interested in Syria, Iraq, and Nigeria. But those places have Muslims killing people; Jews killing people when defending themselves - we gotta stop that! Now!)

The British newspaper, The Guardian, wrote an editorial about rising anti-Semitism in Europe. Said the editorial: "...during the course of a single July week, eight synagogues in France were attacked, one of them firebombed by a 400-strong crowd, whose chants, and banners included 'Death to Jews' and 'Slit Jews Throats'." They went on to say that molotov cocktails were thrown at synagogues in Germany, with people shouting such slogans as 'Hamas, Hamas Jews to the gas.' (Run that by me again President Obama - something about "shared principles", was it not? Principles like "tolerance and the dignity of all human beings." Let's be honest; when the real world conflicts with Obama's leftist and naive view of the world - well, there's always golf.)

In today's Jerusalem Post online Natan Sharansky, head of the Jewish Agency, wrote in the British paper the Jewish Chronicle, that "we are seeing the beginning of the end of Jewish history in Europe." (My friends, we are living through times of historic population shifts. Very few Christians are left in the Middle Eastern Arab and Muslim countries. Now, with increasing emigration of European Jews to Israel, referred to as Aliyah (going up), will this other major population shift result in Europe being 'judenrein' - free of Jews? I do not think the secular, leftist, anti-Semitic Europeans will be too happy living under Sharia law. But they just might get the opportunity to find out. Maybe then they will regret displacing Jews in favor of Muslims.)