Sunday, July 26, 2015

Rampant Anti-Semitism Is Here! An Epic Response To it

I have more than once ranted and raved as to the Jew hating scum that is this President, his cronies including John Kerry, Valerie Jarret and far too many on both sides of the political spectrum. Anti Semitism is in fact alive and well and unfortunately aided and abbetted by self loathing Jews (should be interesting to see exactly how Chuck Schumer reacts to this. Will he back his exulted leader or stand up for his people and in turn the world in general) as well. That is just cold hard fact.

It doesn't take an idiot to realize what true hatred is as to the Jews! Hell, just look at the U.N. Easy to figure out when we see the Muslim loving Obama sidetrack the Congress and go directly to his puppet masters at the U.N. to try and force a bad agreement on us that in reality is nothing other that complete capitulation to the cause of Radical Muslims taking another step to erase Israel and Jews form the face of the earth.

[Post by Dana]

"In spite of the concerns and objections made by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, President Obama stepped on and over an increasingly irrelevant Congress and presented the Iran deal before the U.N. for a vote. Today, the U.N. gave its approval:

The U.N. Security Council endorsed the landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers and adopted a series of measures leading to the end of U.N. sanctions that have hurt the Iranian economy.

The U.S.-drafted resolution was approved in a unanimous vote also provides a mechanism for U.N. sanctions to “snap back” in place if Iran fails to meet its obligations.

As explained:

CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk explained that, while Monday’s vote does make the Iran nuclear deal international law, full implementation of the measures will be delayed for 90 days, to allow for the U.S. Congress’ consideration as promised by the Obama administration.
Falk explained that while Congress cannot block the implementation of the deal, if the legislative body votes against it and has enough votes to override a promised veto from President Obama, it could cause problems.

A U.S. official told CBS News that American law doesn’t “trump” U.N. resolutions, but if Congress were to vote against the measure — and garner enough votes to override a presidential veto — lawmakers could stop U.S. sanctions being lifted, which could prompt Iran to declare the U.S. as non-compliant with the terms of the deal and to back out.

If U.S. lawmakers were to decide after Monday’s vote that they wanted changes to the terms of the agreement, it would essentially be too late, because it would require the Security Council to propose a new resolution — and there would likely be little appetite for such deliberations among the other negotiating partners. 

The critical impact of this vote cannot be overstated. Earlier this year Andrew McCarthy warned of what would happen after Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif spilled the beans of the deal:
According to Zarif, the deal under negotiation “will not be a bilateral agreement between Iran and the U.S., but rather one that will be concluded with the participation of five other countries, including all permanent members of the Security Council, and will also be endorsed by a Security Council resolution.” He hoped it would “enrich the knowledge” of the 47 senators [whos signed the Cotton Letter] to learn that “according to international law, Congress may not modify the terms of the agreement.” To do so would be “a material breach of U.S. obligations,” rendering America a global outlaw….

Clearly, Obama and the mullahs figure they can run the following stunt: We do not need another treaty approved by Congress because the United States has already ratified the U.N. charter and thus agreed to honor Security Council resolutions. We do not need new statutes because the Congress, in enacting Iran-sanctions legislation, explicitly gave the president the power to waive those sanctions. All we need is to have the Security Council issue a resolution that codifies Congress’s existing sanctions laws with Obama’s waiver. Other countries involved in the negotiations — including Germany, Russia, and China, which have increasingly lucrative trade with Iran — will then very publicly rely on the completed deal. The U.N. and its army of transnational-progressive bureaucrats and lawyers will deduce from this reliance a level of global consensus that incorporates the agreement into the hocus-pocus corpus of customary law. Maybe they’ll even get Justice Ginsburg to cite it glowingly in a Supreme Court ruling. Voila, we have a binding agreement — without any congressional input — that the United States is powerless to alter under international law."

Now we see an agreement that in effect will force us to defend Iran if Israel sees the need to defend herself and attack Iran's nuclear facilities. And Asshat Kerry warned yesterday that Israel defending herself if needed would be a disastrous mistake.

" US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday it would be a huge mistake if Israel decided to take unilateral military action against Iran over its nuclear program in the future.

Kerry was asked in an NBC "Today" show interview if the nuclear deal reached last week between would make it more likely that Israel might attempt a military or cyber attack on Tehran.

"That'd be an enormous mistake, a huge mistake with grave consequences for Israel and for the region, and I don't think it's necessary," Kerry said."

But, back to hatred for the Jews. We see universities, cities and county governments  and more wanting to "divest" themselves of any Israeli investments they have made. We see attacks against the Jews everywhere, like Paris for example. We are seeing a huge uptick in open Jewish hatred here at home, be it defacing a synagogue, or worse. It is there and in our face!

And of course, one can be assured our leaders stand deadfast behind the U.N. as it comes to Israel especially as to bogus bullshit as below:

From Conservative Tribune:

"A report released by the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva on Tuesday called for alleged Israeli war criminals like Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be arrested and tried for having led attacks against Palestinian civilians.

Orders for the report to be prepared were initially given on July 23, 2014, just 16 days into the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict that started when Hamas began firing rockets into Israel.
It also named as its start date June 13 — the day after Palestinian thugs kidnapped and murdered three Israeli teenagers.

Furthermore, creation of the report was directed by Mary McGowan Davis, an American who once described Hamas — which has a solid track record of engaging in terrorist activities and even throwing political opponents off buildings — as being “generally tolerant of local human rights organizations.”
According to Fox News, the report was extremely biased and in fact “riddled with lies and libels.” For instance, the report ignored the fact that Hamas blatantly rejected or violated “11 cease-fires that would have reduced Palestinian casualties by 90 percent.”

The report also denied that Hamas built and used tunnels to try and infiltrate into Israel and kill Israeli citizens. Instead it argued that the purpose of these tunnels could not be “conclusively determined.”
According to Fox News, the report even ostensibly forgave Hamas for using schools to store weapons caches by arguing that “(t)he small size of Gaza and its population density make it difficult for armed groups to always comply with” the requirement that military operations not be carried out in public venues.
The report was in essence nothing more than an attack on Israel’s sovereignty and right to defend itself against terrorism.

Apparently, the U.N. believed that Israelis should just mourn or make speeches whenever terrorists kidnap and kill its citizens".
Good Grief! No wonder our allies as well as the rest of the world now hate us!

 Yes, hatred for Israel and Jews is real. But let's not forget, in the Muslim world that same kind of hatred is also aimed at gays and anyone that stands up for their rights. Our schools, media and far too many officials have worked hard to indoctrinate and brainwash us into the belief that Israel and Jews are the enemy while Palestinians and Muslims or worse are our salvation. This propaganda effort, one laced with nothing but hatred and bullshit has in turn created a faction here that openly shows their hatred for Jews in general, especially Israel!

This brings us to Councilman Greenwood in NYC who, when confronted in a council meeting being disrupted by radical Muslim living scum set the record straight in an epic speech, one which I will assure you we will never hear from the likes of Obama and the rest of the Jew hating world!

Far too many people are standing back and allowing the hatred to grow, not wanting to take sides as some say or in my eyes, not wanting to openly show their hatred for Jews. Self loathing Jews refuse to stand up against it preferring to protect their phony baloney existence or worse. Whether one wants to admit it or not, far to man Jews are just letting it happen, turning a blind eye because it "doesn't affect them". In turn, civilization world wide is turning a blind eye o the reality that is hatred for the Jews! Not surprising I guess as anti-Semitism has festered in far to many countries since the beginning of time. Seems just like old times, doesn't it, like say Germany in the 30's and 40's?

unfortunately, the climate is now ripe so as to allow the open hatred of the Jews and whether one like to hear it or not, the movement is being led by not only the usual suspects, but in fat the President of the United States, his henchmen, the majority of asshats in the media and far to many elected officials! And don't get me wrong here. A good amount of the blame here in the U.S. has to go squarely on our shoulders! As I have said before, the voter did not take their jobs seriously and in turn we have allowed the world to become far more dangerous! Jew hatred is just the begiinning,. But wasn't it the same thing 75 years ago or so?

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