Sunday, September 25, 2011

Long Overdue

For the first time in as long as I can remember, someone has stood up in the United Nations general assembly and told the lot of them to their faces what a pack of duplicitous pricks they really are.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a blunt but statesmanlike critique of this corrupt organisation, basically telling all its members to go screw themselves although many of them would be incapable even of such a simple task.

It's hard to imagine Obama or Gillard or John Key and least of all, Helen Clark, telling the UN it is a 'theatre of the absurd' or describing it as a 'house of lies' but that's exactly what the Israeli PM did.

Read the whole speech. It is not long and it gets to the nub of the real issue in the Middle East. Arabs don't want peace with Israel. They want to exterminate Israel.

So, what does Netanyahu do?

He smiles and tells them 'Israel will support an independent Palestinian State.' But not until the Palestinians make peace with Israel.

Meanwhile, in a desperate attempt to shore up his hemorrhaging Jewish vote at home, the Black Assed Jack Ass attempts to take credit for George W Bush's decision to supply Israel with bunker buster bombs capable of digging out and pulverising Iran's nuclear facilities.

It's touted all over the pro Obama MSM headlines as his decision but when you read the text you find:

Newsweek magazine says in 2007 Bush informed then-Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert that the bombs would be ready for delivery in 2009 or 2010, and Obama had them released in 2009.



Anonymous said...

Trust the Zionist movement trying to re-build the holy land at your peril. That does not mean the UN is not disfunctional or the Palestinian leadership are not thugs. I don't see this being resolved any time soon and suspect that it will end with a bang rather than a wimper.

Psycho Milt said...

Read the whole speech. It is not long and it gets to the nub of the real issue in the Middle East.

Really? As an example of dishonesty and truculent obfuscation it's up there with anything Kruschev could have offered.

As a negotiating position, "We'll negotiate your statehood after you've accepted our occupation and colonisation of your proposed state" is not even logically coherent, let alone morally defensible. They should have walked out on him like they did for that other loon spouting nonsense, Ahmedinejad.

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