Netanyahu vs. Iran — on The Glazov Gang


net_edited-1This week’s Glazov Gang was joined by intellectual Michael Chandler, Conservative TV and Movie Star Morgan Brittany and Filmmaker Orestes Matacena (“Two de Force“).

This week the Gang discussed Netanyahu vs. Iran. The discussion occurred in Part II (starting at the 12:50 mark) and focused on when Israel will have to make its move against the Mullahs’ bomb. The dialogue was preceded by an analysis of Republicans are Jihadists? — which analyzed how the Left uses the words against its political opponents that it never dares utter about Islamic terrorists.

Part II:

Don’t miss Part I of this special episode which shed light on Secrets Behind the Shutdown and ObamaDon’tCare:

Part I:

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  • physicsnut

    The Washington Post ought to simply say “we hate republicans” instead of blabbering on and on and on and on. Same for NPR. What a bunch of insufferable, arrogant, insipid little twits in their liberal bubble. They think they actually understand the way things work in this world – that is the dangerous part. They all blab about Fox, the Koch Bros, Citizens United and ‘money in politics’. It is “the world according to Bill Moyers” – related to “the world according to Noam Chomsky” or
    the “the world according to Thom Hartmann”. They live in their pseudo intellectual wonk-bubble of half-baked “studies” . Like there is no substance to any arguments others make – it is all about redistricting, otherwise they would win everything, and all their policies would be the only policies anybody would ever want. They are the annointed. They are the saviors. And republicans are just a bunch of confederate zombie crackers who want to bring back slavery and plantations. And otherwise they sound like they have been re-reading the Gospel according to Richard Hofstadter, along with the post-modernist drivel. But their ‘inner totalitarian’ is showing, more and more each day. They are not a pretty sight when they get angry – and what do they get angry about ? Anyone who gets in the way of imposing Obamacare on everybody. Anyone who brings up the Constitution.

    • Nick DePasquale

      Bravo. Well said. The arrogance and hubris of “Progressives” are boundless. For the Left “Know Thyself” must be the name of a new rock group or, perhaps, the latest wine to be in the know about.

    • defcon 4

      I thought his name was spelled Gnome Chompsky?

    • defcon 4

      Baron Sasha Cohen did a faux interview w/Gnome in his Jungalist persona that was hilarious.

  • Nick DePasquale

    Obama is pursuing a path to building a one party state via his overt intransigence on the Affordable Care Act and budget “negotiations”. Whether or not that is his conscious intent is beside the point: what matters are the policies and, most importantly, their effects his administration promoted and implemented to date.

    First: Consider how many of the Obama administration’s legislative pursuits and Executive Orders fit within the Cloward-Piven Strategy.

    Second: Consider the extent to which Obama is mirroring a strategy not unlike that which enabled Chancellor Adolph Hitler and his National Socialists to fundamentally transform Germany’s Weimar Republic in 1933. Hitler transformed Germany from a Republic into a Dictatorship by altering the Weimar Constitution with passage of “The Enabling Act”. Further, if he succeeds Obama will have produced a one party state without the need to amend the U. S. Constitution, an artifact he ignores when it suits him.

    If this seems over the top and off the wall, bear with me. Lately several
    commentators and op-ed writers – for instance, Fred Barnes and Peggy Noonan – have called attention to the fact that Obama’s stance is so intransigent he is effectively NOT negotiating with the Republican opposition over the current budget crisis. Whatever individual members of the Democratic Party may or may not be doing to bridge that chasm in Congress, their leadership position backs Obama.

    Given the chronically skewed media coverage in this country, the only parties that stand to gain as the government shutdown worsens are 1) the Federal Government because it is nearly always presented and perceived as THE answer to major crises; and 2) the Democratic Party which will be the only party left standing because the Republican Party having become
    the poster boy for catastrophic outcomes will lose all leverage with a majority
    of the public. It will be so easy to blame the GOP for all the real and
    imagined ills of the shutdown (and perhaps even the nation’s defaulting on its
    debt) that it will be destroyed.

    Since I am thinking out loud I am probably wrong. I certainly hope so. If history holds any lessons for the present, it is that hordes of Republicans on the Hill will break ranks and there will be much groveling, bowing and scraping.

    I recently became convinced that defunding ObamaCare was a suicidal strategy for Republicans and joined those who advised to let that falsely labeled Affordable Care Act stand so it can fall of its own inconsistencies and grandiose overreachings. What disturbs most Republican politicians and
    voters (and Independents) have yet to realize is that today’s Democratic Party
    long ago learned the value of ardently pursuing a party line – make that PARTY
    LINE.

    • unionville

      “I recently became convinced that defunding ObamaCare was a suicidal strategy for Republicans and joined those who advised to let that falsely labeled Affordable Care Act stand so it can fall of its own inconsistencies”

      I had the opposite epiphany. I was for implementation than became convinced that we must defund or delay implementation at all costs. The ACA is in the process of destroying the private insurance market. Even the head of the teamsters agreed that was what it was doing. Hardly a right wing ideologue. When Obamacare fails, as I believe was its intent all along, our private insurance market will be decimated and we will be ripe for the ultimate in government intrusion into the private sphere. Single Payer. We can still disentangle ourselves from Obamacare if the Republicans don’t go all wobbly on us.

      • Nick DePasquale

        I’m trying not to go wobbly, forget about the Republicans. You raise an excellent point about the questionable future of private insurance if ObamaCare remains a reality long enough.

        What I’ve considered is the long short term, specifically from now until the 2014 Midterm elections. With ACA having been in force for several months most of its maladies, assaults on
        reason, inequities created in the name of fairness and numerous unintended consequences will have manifested for all but hardcore true believers.

        Anyone up for election in the House and Senate who voted for this legislative monstrosity should be targeted at the polls for defeat, regardless of party affiliation.

        Campaigns attacking the Benghazi and IRS travesties as well as the ACA should provide ample fodder for educating voters to some of the destructive aims and realities of this elitist ruling class.

        Rove, Henninger and Morris to name just a few analysts and political strategists are correct in arguing that if the Affordable Care Act is defeated via the “defund it” campaign, ObamaCare aka it will live to be an innocent victim of mean spirited and avaricious Republicans. .

        Democrats and their propagandists in the media will have a field day attacking Republicans for trying to destroy a benign legislation that was passed by Congress, signed into law by
        the President and affirmed by the Supreme Court. This “assault on the democratic process” will be vilified far and wide. There will be countless opportunities to broadcast and promote stories about people unable to obtain insurance, being refused
        coverage for pre-existing conditions, or denied critical care. It will be full employment for negative campaigners, all of whom will be working to destroy Republicans AND the private insurance industry. This is a war and the war is happening NOW.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          “What I’ve considered is the long short term, specifically from now until the 2014 Midterm elections. With ACA having been in force for several months most of its maladies, assaults on
          reason, inequities created in the name of fairness and numerous unintended consequences will have manifested for all but hardcore true believers.”

          And their suggested cure will be for more cow bell. That’s all they ever due is blame lack of “true socialist purity” when they fail. And suckers listen because they hear that even more free stuff is needed by beating even more “stolen wealth” from those mythical 1 percenters.

          All socialist policies must be exposed for their grave dangers, and the most dangerous, destructive socialist project is socialized medicine in the USA, right now being shoehorned in via 0′Bamacare.

          • WW4

            It may well be that they will ask for more cow bell. That would be easy to run against.

            It may be that more cow bell is not needed. That would be tough to run against.

            Or it may be that the ‘need’ for more cowbell is so glaringly out of whack with our ability to pay for it that finally a real debate on health care reform will arise. While reality can, and is, punted by the political class regularly, at a certain point, reality becomes hard to argue against. This is an issue that literally affects everyone.

            From a purely political standpoint, if I were a Republican I’d be most worried that the implementation actually works OK for the first few years.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            Most leftists and certainly their constituents are not known for their zealotry in accurate accounting. They’ll never run out of lies and theories about where the funding will come from. The funding is already clearly depleted.

            I’ll explain it very simply. The fact that 0′Bama launched is ACA campaign in the ashes of the failed social policies of the home loan industry while attacking coal and oil is 100% proof that they will always lie about affordability. And then there are the numbers of the ACA itself. Lie upon lie. Study Marx, and you see where these delusions come from. If we just do this or optimize that, or harvest this stolen money or lost free energy, we’ll be smarter than those stupid greedy conservatives and that will pay for everything that everyone really needs. And if not, we cull the planet but let’s not talk about that until we check out these new perpetual motion renewable energy machines. Let’s build our entire economy on the foundation of thinking positive as Marx taught us to do. Technology will solve everything as long as we follow social justice principals.

            But back to my key point: There simply is no way the timing can be justified. No way. 0′Bama proved that we can’t trust these people.

            Now you might find a way to have some sensible medical coverage based on honestly explaining costs, some day. And you might be able to do it without destroying incentives for those that actually perform the services and build the products. That’s possible. I can’t see it coming from the left. Being reasonable or even trying to be reasonable or thinking about what is reasonable is simply not within their mindset. For many, it totally contradicts their entire thinking process to try to work things out rationally because being rational is what caused all of the world’s suffering. Didn’t you know this? They feel sure it’s true.

          • WW4

            But the timing of it is the very thing that makes it “make or break” in the next couple election cycles. There’s really no room to hide. It sounds as though you think voter gullibility will be easy enough to buy. And it’s true stats can be massaged however one likes, especially when one controls the studies. But I think the problem for Obama and the Democrats, now, is relatively short term. At this point, you can’t blame greedy Republicans if your insurance is too expensive, or if the care you’re able to get for your insurance dollar is lacking. You can try, or you can make other excuses for a bit…but this is a can you can’t kick down the road into “feed the G more money and things will improve.” It affects too many people. And if it were disastrous it would have too much economic impact short term.

            As someone who is far less sanguine about universal single payer than my liberal friends, what I would be worried about instead is the ACA actually working out for 4-5 years, because once its flaws start to show (not doing much to lower costs), those calling for an end to the middleman insurance “industry” will have a case to make (regardless of the fact that insurance will have been even more highly regulated). Now this COULD work in conservative’s favor (since many conservatives make the case about the inefficiencies of the insurance middleman, as well) but the problem, then, would be people’s weariness with reform.

          • Drakken

            In case it has escaped your notice, obummer don’t care is FUBAR period, trying to implement this bloody monstrosity will be the final economic pin pulled from the grenade and watch as the economy goes boom.

          • WW4

            I don’t know that it will be the “final” pin, that’s pretty dramatic. Are people getting the care they require? Can they afford to pay for their insurance? Will providers be paid for what they do? If the answer is “no” to any of these questions, we’ll know relatively quick, and in time for the next couple elections.

            Ask any insurance rep: people traditionally were just not that well-informed about their health care plan, about what their care costs, and about how that all worked. That doesn’t mean they’re “stupid”–they’d just been insulated from most of it, before. They are going to be better informed now, because they have to be. Is an informed consumer ever a bad thing?

            If they can see the ACA is not working, there are two important elections in the next couple years.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “But the timing of it is the very thing that makes it “make or break” in the next couple election cycles.”

            What does that say about the program that makes it so dicey politically to sell to the voters? It says that you don’t have rational selling points or proven value. It’s all smoke and mirrors and big promises with no substance. It’s pure theory without any regard for planning on delivering on the promises.

            “It sounds as though you think voter gullibility will be easy enough to buy.”

            That’s part of it. Given the promises, it only makes sense to “save people” and “save money” when the economy is so scary for people to understand. Use fear to sell your power grabbing schemes. Which is precisely my point, because obviously any time you come up with a project that is truly superior, you don’t need to worry so much about politics. Using fear to grab control of greater than 1/20 of our economy is evil when the only motive is to gain power.

            “And it’s true stats can be massaged however one likes, especially when one controls the studies.”

            When people have projects that have no real value and the strategy is to sell rather than deliver something of value, yeah. You see lots of deception employed in those cases. If you have something that actually delivers something that is widely desirable, you can simply use the real indisputable numbers.

            When Democrats (or anyone) lies about a project and invents numbers, it’s just not compelling to people to say that they’re lying. The opposition tends to try to invent their own numbers, which then get’s in to who is right instead of correctly focusing on where the burden of proof should lie.

            “But I think the problem for Obama and the Democrats, now, is relatively short term. At this point, you can’t blame greedy Republicans if your insurance is too expensive, or if the care you’re able to get for your insurance dollar is lacking.”

            Yes, but the fix is in. We’re on the threshold of very dangerous and unprecedented territory.

            “You can try, or you can make other excuses for a bit…but this is a can you can’t kick down the road into “feed the G more money and things will improve.” It affects too many people, right now. And if it were disastrous, it would have too much economic impact short term.”

            But we don’t know if there are enough smart swing voters who are waking up to the BS, and the Democrats will try to blame Republicans because you can always say that they’re holding back money. Money in theory is infinite. And until we reach infinite funding, the Democrats can always point to the greedy rich 1 percenters represented by the greedy rich racist bloodsucking Republicans for their failures because of rich person greed. That’s how the game works today.

            “As someone who is far less sanguine about universal single payer than my liberal friends, what I would be worried about instead is the ACA actually working out for 4-5 years, because once its flaws start to show (not doing much to lower costs), those calling for an end to the middleman insurance “industry” will have a case to make (regardless of the fact that insurance will have been even more highly regulated). Now this COULD work in conservative’s favor (since many conservatives make the case about the inefficiencies of the insurance middleman, as well) but the problem, then, would be people’s weariness with reform.”

            Outrageous schemes for grabbing power will continue until we make headway with teaching people how to read these situations in the short term, and reforming our schools urgently so that future voters are not fooled by delusional Utopian dreamers.

            I’m not at all a naysayer for those that attempt great projects. But I know the difference between reaching for the stars with some basis in reality and trying to sell complete delusion on the basis of idiotic Marxist or socialist theories. When they don’t even try to use real accounting theories or explain in reality how it’s going to work, we’re dealing with delusional people and absurd projects only intended to win power politically by getting funded. They don’t really care if it works, as long as it works for them.

            And there is never a bad time for reform when it clearly makes sense. Politicians are too lazy today because we’ve cultivated a leadership standard because we stupidly elect these kinds of people without any regard for whether they can deliver anything useful or even understand the promises they make.

            Again, this goes back to our schools. That’s the root problem and the cure. We may not have enough time though.

          • WW4

            I have always said that if conservatives had a “great project” for our education system, I’m all ears.

            “What does that say about the program that makes it so dicey politically to sell to the voters? It says that you don’t have rational selling points or proven value.”

            It’s, what, a week out of the gate? There are a lot of “moving parts” to a plan this large. You could also ask, “What does it say about the opponents to this plan that they relied on lies about ‘death panels’ et al. to create the canard that “the majority of the people oppose this plan?”

            In other words, you can have legitimate objections to this plan, but it’s opponents didn’t use any for two election cycles which were net gains for the proponents of this plan.

            “trying to sell complete delusion on the basis of idiotic Marxist or socialist theories”

            Maybe it’s a dead horse I’m beating here, but the ACA is pretty much the same thing Republicans proposed in 1993 and championed when Mitt did it in Massachusetts. It strains credulity to think the Republican Party–and not “just a few”–was under sway to such a mass socialist delusion for so long, in a party where being ‘more conservative than thou’ and vigilant ‘constitutional rigor’ is par. I honestly don’t get it, and I don’t see how it doesn’t, politically speaking, completely undermine the current objections–even if, as you say, Republicans have recently “come to their senses.” That is a tough sell.

            I appreciate your formulation about the place for utopian dreamers–we need ‘em, just not nearly as many. As a parent (and thus anecdotal observer) I have been seeing more kids being steered into fields of “hard” skills, with the classic notion that you can always play in the local orchestra, but the engineering/chem/finance degree has a better chance of getting you a job when you need it. That comes from the parents, who have experienced both this economy and the ‘cycle of dreamers’ created in the 1970s, but is supported by the schools in significant ways as well, with many pre-professional offerings and entrepreneurship initiatives. So it’s not as dire as you think, overall. The one guy who teaches some Howard Zinn isn’t going to do that much damage.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “From a purely political standpoint, if I were a Republican I’d be most worried that the implementation actually works OK for the first few years.”

            Every failure is simply defined as a success until it’s obvious that the time has come to lie even more and blame the conservatives and their cruel policies. It’s a long established pattern that has no hope of changing.

          • Flicker

            “That would be easy to run against.” There will be no more elections. Oh, there will be elections, but without purple thumbs, there will be hackable, rewritable reprogramable digital machines insured to function properly by a foreign manufacturer, that will give the desired result of 178% turnout in overwhelming support of the liberal candidates (as happened in Florida).

        • Flicker

          What I don’t get is how the liberal argument “What are you going to replace it with?!” goes unrebutted. As 0-care fails, the argument will be to give a workable, real, socialistically pure, single payer government system.
          Succeed or fail, ACA is going to do it’s job.

      • The March Hare

        The one thing in our favor is the over-the-top implementation of the shut-down with closing normally unattended monuments, shutting down rent and tax paying private businesses on fed land, blocking road side pull-offs from where you can see Mt. Rushmore, roads and other foolishness. Their attempt to cause major pain to the public is resulting in causing a major clown show for the public. Lets hope the public sees the liars and cheats for what they are.

    • ylem

      That’s why we must stop, at all costs, the implementation of ObamaDon’tCare. Republicans are always blamed. I have learned in life that evil will fight truth with lies. Get used to it and donate money to the Tea Party and the candidates that you believe in NOT to the Republican Party. It’s time to fight and hold strong.

    • justquitnow

      So Obama is like a Nazi? You’re being hysterical. The ACA was passed lawfully, then Obama was reelected with his opponent saying he would repeal it. and then it was found constitutional by the Supreme Court. Sorry if the actual rigamarole of the constitution is a little harder to demagogue. The Republicans having failed over 40 times to lawfully repeal it are now using unlawful means to shutdown the government to try to defund a constitutional law. So who is subverting the constitution?

    • Flicker

      I pretty much agree with you. I still don’t know what threat caused Roberts to change his mind, but I’m sure there was a some kind of threat that made him twist his opinion the way he did.

      I’d like to repost this from another site. It’s not meant as “sedition” but rather the opposite, a warning of what’s going to come upon the country. I am probably wrong, but when I read that the 0 administration was kicked old folks out of there home, blocking businesses with law enforcement, and closing public thoroughfares and lawns, I realized that he has police forces that will do anything — anything — njo matter how illegal or malevolent.
      * * *
      There comes a point of no return. Let me warn you all now. It sounds so very crazy, I know. But the direction the government and society are going, and at the rate they’re heading there, and considering the deeds of our current administration, mob killings will grow in size and frequency. And will go unprosecuted and unreported. The government will increase persecution of dissidents via the IRS and the media, and will start increasing pressure with other departments, such as they are doing now with the Park Service.

      Holder will continue to oversee allowing more and more arms in the hands of violent gangs, while beginning confiscating licensed arms in an ad hoc way, by categories, using pretext after pretext. Mandatory mental health screening will begin to be seen as justifiable, along with a push for mental health screenings of all people covered under the ACA. The direction of persecuting Christian assemblies, and directives purging Christians from the military and the government will increase.
      More conservatives, libertarians, and Christian objectors will be legally targeted for prosecution, conservatives will be blamed for instigating the violence, while mob aggression grows to the point that it is no longer avoidable by news agencies.

      Government armies, such as the DHS and TSA, with FBI coordination, DHS intelligence and Army tactical support, will institute a continuous federal police presence and a spotty de facto martial law. As riots begin to break out in larger cities. The government will declare formal martial law regionally. Finally, the executive branch will use the civil unrest to assume full wartime authority.

      Maybe in time for the 2016 elections.

      And I forgot the added choas of the dollar failing. I know. It’s crazy. But it sure looks like things are headed that way.

  • ylem

    I coined the term “ObamaDon’tCare” a few years ago. Fun to see it being used.

  • Elsa

    The Truth about Islamic (and left-wing) Name-Calling: It’s a Strategy of the KKK:
    http://elsasblog.com/islamophobic-islamophobe.html

    It’s an interesting phenomenon. Muslim (and left-wing) voices attempting to silence those concerned with what is happening with Islam in the West – they sound so much like the KKK, who yelled nigger-lover at those fighting for equality between the races. And they also sound so much like those who were against the equality of women and men – people who would yell, man-hater, at those struggling for equality between men and women.

    The strategy, as you can see, has very powerful roots, very powerful antecedents. The strategy is name-calling, or bashing. It’s intended to get others not to listen – in fact, to be afraid of listening.

    The KKK – not known for their niceness. They were bullies, in fact, and worse.

    Now the names have changed. The current crop of names: Islamophobic Islamophobe, racist, bigot, hate-monger. But the strategy is the same.

    And the result, as intended, is the same. A huge number of people is afraid of listening to what is being said by the so-called Muslim-hating racist bigoted Islamophobic Islamophobes.

    • Flicker

      You know it’s a funny thing. I was over on the NRO web site, and you could pretty well tell the conservatives from the liberals because the conservatives addressed the issues in a fairly fact-based argumentation and the liberals said things that accused the conservatives of wearing tinfoil hats, having mothers that were over-priced sub-standard wh0res, calling them baggers, tea-baggers and various curse words, calling them savages, needing psychiatrists, whiners, racists, killers, Nazis, criticizing typos, and using onomatopoeic spellings and never answered a single question!

      Thus is the depth of Democratic thoughtfulness in their policy disputes.

      But it reminds me of Jeremiah 18:18 where the leadership of Israel and Judah say, “Come, and let us smite him with the tongue, and let us not give heed to any of his words,” in order to mislead the people.

      • Elsa

        Over and over, the same thing. Important to deal with what’s going on, and not, for the hundredth time, explain that the words don’t apply to us. And great to know how far back the name-calling goes. Old Testament. Thanks for the reference. And probably it goes way further than that!

        • Flicker

          You’re welcome.

    • defcon 4

      You know what always shuts up a lieberal defender of islam? Telling them to move to an islamic state.

      • Elsa

        Great strategy. I will remember it.

  • JacksonPearson

    The Democrats = A Criminal Enterprise

  • Flicker

    Umm. There’s dispute as to whether it was passed lawfully. From what I understand, none of the House Republicans voted for it — or would have voted for it if thit had been presented to them. The Senate-passed ACA was substituted into another House bill, and then somehow the reconciliation process was misused to merge the two and declare it passed.

    • justquitnow

      Ummm….maybe you should check that out. Legal isn’t the same as bipartisan. Who knew the Republicans would vote against the Heritage Foundation plan that was in Bob Dole’s platform and that their nominee put in place in his own state, but there you are. The house Republicans now enjoy some crazy gerrymandered districts in their home states which they have busily been redrawing to make sure they can continue to subvert the will of the majority. You can no like it, but do you really want to back up the above histrionics?

  • Mladen_Andrijasevic

    Standing Alone – Churchill 1940 – Netanyahu 2013
    http://www.madisdead.blogspot.co.il/2013/10/standing-alone-churchill-1940-netanyahu.html

    What is really bizarre is that Americans do not realize they are as much a target as Israel is. Netanyahu tried to point that out in his interview with NBC.

    Netanyahu to NBC: This messianic, apocalyptic, radical regime
    http://www.madisdead.blogspot.co.il/2013/10/netanyahu-to-nbc-this-messianic.html

    But Iran already has missiles to reach Israel. They are developing intercontinental ballistic missiles to reach you. The prospect of nuclear terrorism is terrorism against you. Those long range ballistic missiles have only one purpose in the world , their sole purpose is to arm them with a nuclear payload. You do not want to be in a position where this messianic, apocalyptic, radical regime, that has these wild ambitions, but nice spokesmen, gets away with building weapons of mass death.

  • Flicker

    It wasn’t legal or bipartisan. And calling it a heritage Foundation plan is a mindless talking point. It was not written by the Heritage Foundation. And anyone that says so is mindlessly believing the propaganda, or promoting it in return for pay. Which are you?

    • justquitnow

      The Heritage Foundation did’t write the plan…don’t go all strawman on me just yet. However, it is remarkably similar to the plan they did make in the late 80′s as the conservative solution for healthcare….the main piece being the mandate. Don’t like it…stick it in your cultic pie hole, but don’t blame me for reality.

  • defcon 4

    Another excellent show, presenting the alternative viewpoint the enemedia never does.

  • kayla21

    But then..

    It is Israel, not Iran, which owns nuclear weapons whose range from oceania to south america
    It is Israel, not Iran, which owns hundreds of illegal settlements
    It is Israel, not Iran, which owns more than 500.000 illegal settlers
    It is Israel, not Iran, which declares an unilateral declaration of its eternal capital
    It is Israel, not Iran, which gives incentives and endorses more illegal settlers to settle.
    It is Israel, not Iran, which imposes apartheid system in the occupied territories
    It is Israel, not Iran, which inspired 9/11 attack (82′ Israel’s invasion of Lebanon)
    It is Israel, not Iran, which said 9/11 is good for Israel (Netanyahu)
    It is Israel, not Iran, which constantly kills foreign scientists and politicians
    It is Israel, not Iran, which said it wants annihilate all Arabs (Ovadia Joseph)
    It is Israel, not Iran, which showered children with white phosphorous
    It is Israel, not Iran, which traps 1.500.000 human in an open air prison
    It is Israel, not Iran, which killed many USS liberty crews
    It is Israel, not Iran, which wiped out 700.000 people from their hometown
    It is Israel, not Iran, which has the Government originated from a terrorist gang (Irgun to Likud)
    It is Israel, not Iran, which violates UN resolutions more than any other country on earth
    It is Israel, not Iran, which doesn’t want the entire middle east free from nuclear weapon
    It is Israel, not Iran, which refuses to sign Non-Proliferation Treaty
    It is Israel, not Iran, which helped South African Apartheid government obtained its nuclear weapon.

    • defcon 4

      Israel is an “apartheid” state? Gee, it’s the only free state in the Mid-East. The only place where the najjis kaffir isn’t being persecuted, murdered and raped by muslimes like you w/impunity.

  • defcon 4

    Which POTUS used the IRS to persecute not only political opponents, but organizations who support Israel (incl. donors of same)? If that’s not tyranny idjit what is?

    • justquitnow

      What are you talking about….the “targeting” of “conservative” groups? What ever happened to that biggest scandal in the history of the world? Where did it go? You not only retain it, but at a hugely elevated level. The accusation was that the IRS had given special scrutiny to “tea party” groups that were applying for a particular tax status….which they had all gotten. None of them were even denied..so that whole thing was a made up tempest in a teapot…(rim shot).

      So what are you talking about sunshine?

  • johnlittle

    Republicans should accept this blame. Further, they should send signals to the opponents of democracy that freedom cannot be taken from Americans without a fight.
    Cordially, John little

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