UNBELIEVABLE: Joe Biden Tries To Justify Terrorist Attack Against Israel

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The level of Slow Joe Biden’s ignorance never ceases to amaze me.

Just when you think he can never top his last ignorant remark he opens his mouth and proves you wrong.


One of the hardest things for us to get through our heads is that our actions are not justified by the actions of others. When in conflict with another person, their sin does not excuse ours. If both have sinned, both are guilty. The same is true in political and international relations.

When a country attacks another, it is common for them to retaliate.  But, to what degree and what end? Are their limits in war? Of course, there are. We are only to defend ourselves to the point that our enemy is no longer a threat. But what if that enemy is right in our country?

More pointedly, how would you feel had a leading member of Canada called out American policies the night of 9/11? This is what Biden has done to Israel.

Fox reports

Vice President Joe Biden said Monday night that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government was leading the country “in the wrong direction” hours after a bus bombing in Jerusalem wounded at least 21 people.

“I firmly believe that the actions that Israel’s government has taken over the past several years — the steady and systematic expansion of settlements, the legalization of outposts, land seizures — they’re moving us and more importantly they’re moving Israel in the wrong direction,” Biden said.

And though this might seem like harsh words for an ally, it is even harsher because of the context. There had been a bus bomb exploded in Jerusalem. So rather than showing solidarity with our friend, we take this time to point out why they were being attacked?

Whether or not you agree with Israel and their administration of their country, this should be troubling. This points to this administration’s hatred for what they see as the old colonial system. Israel is considered the occupier and the Arabs living in their country the oppressed.

Whether it was intended to be or not, this was a public justification of terror attacks in Israel.


Prominent Rabbi Compares Obama to Notorious Bible Villain — and Read His Reaction When He Was Challenged for It

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This is from The Blaze.

I think Rabbi Shlomo Riskin is correct in his comparison of Obama to Haman in the book of Esther.

Haman tried to destroy the Jews, God intervened then laid waste to Haman and his household.

As Mordechai and Esther with God’s help saved the Jews from destruction Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and God will deliver the Jews once more from destruction.

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, a prominent U.S.-born Israeli rabbi over the weekend compared President Barack Obama to Haman, the notorious villain from the biblical Book of Esther.

“The president of the United States is lashing out at Israel just like Haman lashed out at the Jews,” Riskin said according to a Jerusalem Post report on his Saturday night speech at the Jerusalem Great Synagogue.

The Post reported that Riskin said he could not comprehend what might be going through Obama’s mind as the president reportedly was set to make steep compromises in a negotiated deal on Iran’s controversial nuclear program.

“I’m not making a political statement,” Riskin said according to the Post. “I’m making a Jewish statement.”

The Jerusalem Post reported that an audience member called out to Riskin that he was being disrespectful to Obama, but the interruption was booed by the crowd.

“I am being disrespectful because the president of the United States was disrespectful to my prime minister, to my country, to my future and to the future of the world,” Riskin said.

While he cast Obama as the villain, the rabbi compared Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Mordechai, one of the heroes of the Esther story.

Riskin said that like Mordechai who aimed to save the Jews of Persia from Haman’s genocidal plans to annihilate them, Netanyahu was working to save Israel and the world from destruction, in particular because he spoke to Congress “even if it angered Obama.”

Leading up to Netanyahu’s March 3 speech to Congress, there was a lively discussion in Orthodox Jewish circles drawing parallels between Netanyahu’s effort and Esther’s appeal to her husband King Ahasuerus to scuttle Haman’s murderous plans.

One of the arguments suggested the fact that the Obama administration was so angered by Netanyahu’s congressional address which it called a break in diplomatic protocol was reminiscent of the Esther saga.

The same kind of break in protocol, they argued, was key to the Jews’ salvation in the Book of Esther, because Esther defied her husband and risked her own life by approaching him when she had not first been invited.

During the Jewish holiday of Purim, Jews traditionally make noise whenever Haman’s name is read during synagogue chantings of the Book of Esther, a symbolic gesture to blot out the villainous character’s name.

Riskin is the chief rabbi of Efrat, a Jewish settlement in Judea.

The Obama administration strongly opposes the building of Jewish communities in the West Bank and east Jerusalem and has expressed support for an Israeli withdrawal to 1967 borders with some border adjustments in the context of a peace agreement with the Palestinians.

Jon Voight Blasts President Obama: ‘America Has Not Been the Same Since His Presidency’ (Video)


This is from Yahoo News.

America is a shell of her former self she has turned her back on our Allies and embraced our enemies under the Obama Regime.

Obama is trying to destroy our only Allie in the Middle East, Israel by defeating Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. 

Jon Voight is stepping into Israeli politics and blasting President Obama in the process.

In a video (below) posted on titled “Jon Voight’s Message to Israel,” the “Ray Donovan” actor voices his support for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who faces defeat in this week’s election.

“I love Israel. I want to see Israel survive and not be overtaken by the mad men of this world,” Voight says.


Israelis head to the polls on Mar. 17, and Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud party is facing a serious challenge. Polls show a coalition led by Isaac Herzog leading the Likud Party, and Voight believes President Obama is partly to blame.

“President Obama does not love Israel. His whole agenda is to control Israel,” the 76-year-old Republican says. “In this way, he can be friends with all of Israel’s enemies. He doesn’t want [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Bibi Netanyahu to win this upcoming election. America has not been the same since his presidency. I beg all of you to understand the truth.”

Voight has been a vocal critic of the Obama administration in the past, including at the 2012 Republican National Convention. “This country’s been downgraded for the last four years,” Voight warned at the time, rallying his audience by adding, “We have this little window of time to do something about it — to get it back on track.”

The “Midnight Cowboy” star and father to globe-trotting humanitarianAngelina Jolie endorsed Republican Mitt Romney, who went on the lose the election.

Voight, a legendary Hollywood actor, won a Golden Globe in 2014 for his role as Mickey Donovan in Showtime series “Ray Donovan.” He also received a Best Actor Oscar for his role in the 1978 film “Coming Home.”

Obama Sends Campaign Team to Israel to Defeat Netanyahu

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This is from Truth Revolt.

Obama is a very vindictive Son Of A Bitch.

How low can Barack Hussein Obama go?

So he DOES have more campaigns to run.

According to Haaretz, President Obama’s 2012 campaign field director has been selected to be a part of a “five-man Obama team” that will run a campaign against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

As Caroline Glick–Israeli journalist and Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center–notes, the far-left Israeli news outlet “for whatever reason… chose not to translate this article in its English edition.” Fortunately, Independent Media Review and Analysis did:

Foreign Funding Bankrolls Anti-Netanyahu Campaign – Flies in 5-Man Obama Team
Dr. Aaron Lerner Date: 26 January 2015 

Haaretz reporter Roi Arad revealed in an article in the Hebrew edition today that the foreign funded organization, “One Voice”, is bankrolling the V-2015 campaign to defeat Binyamin Netanyahu’s national camp in the March 2015 Knesset Elections. 

One indication of the generous financing is that it has now flown in a team of five American campaign experts (including Jeremy Bird, the Obama campaign’s national field director) who will run the campaign out of offices taking up the ground floor of a Tel Aviv office building. 

V-2015 is careful not to support a specific party – rather “just not Bibi”. As such, the foreign funds pouring into the campaign are not subject to Israel’s campaign finance laws. 

The revelation, PJMedia observes, stands in direct contrast with President Obama’s declaration in his State of the Union that he has no more campaigns to run:

‘No more campaigns to run’ in America, at least.

Here is Glick’s post:

Caroline Glick

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Obama won’t meet Benjamin Netanyahu – בנימין נתניהו in Washington when he addresses the Joint Houses of Congress in March because of Netanyahu’s visit’s proximity to the Israeli elections. And Obama, of course believes in protocol and propriety which is why he won’t get involved.
No, he’s not getting involved at all. He’s just sending his 2012 field campaign manager to Israel to run a campaign to defeat Netanyahu. That’s all. No interference whatsoever.
By the way, the link below is to a report of the article in Haaretz that I linked to in the previous post in Hebrew. For whatever reason, Haaretz chose not to translate this article in its English edition.




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This is from CBS  Washington, DC.   

This is the best advice for Barack Hussein Obama.

Barack The Anti Semite will not follow this advice.


WASHINGTON (CBS News/CBSDC/AP) — A top Israeli official wants President Barack Obama to stop meddling with the Jewish state during its conflict with Hamas in Gaza.

Speaking to Israel’s Army Radio, Housing and Construction Minister Uri Ariel criticized Obama telling Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that there should be an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

“Leave us alone,” Ariel told Army Radio, directing his words at Obama. “Go focus on Syria.”

Obama spoke with Netanyahu Sunday about the rising number of Palestinian deaths in Gaza and the worsening humanitarian crisis.

“Building on Secretary Kerry’s efforts, the President made clear the strategic imperative of instituting an immediate, unconditional humanitarian ceasefire that ends hostilities now and leads to a permanent cessation of hostilities based on the November 2012 ceasefire agreement,” the White House said in a statement, adding that the president reiterated that Israel has a right to defend itself from rocket attacks from Hamas.

Ariel told Army Radio that Israel’s offensive should be more aggressive.

“It was obvious that international pressure would mount eventually,” Ariel stated. “We should have acted faster, harder and with more determination. The rocket threat needs to be tackled. The tunnel threat is being addressed, but it is not enough.”

Ariel claimed that the pressure from the White House for an immediate ceasefire was “outrageous” and would “help Hamas,” according to Breitbart News.

“[W]e never thought it would be the Americans who would lead the pressure,” Ariel told Army Radio.

The Obama administration pushed back Monday against a torrent of Israeli criticism over Secretary of State John Kerry’s latest bid to secure a cease-fire with Hamas, accusing some in Israel of launching a “misinformation campaign” against the top American diplomat.

“It’s simply not the way partners and allies treat each other,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said.

Her comments were echoed by the White House, where officials said they were disappointed by Israeli reports that cast Kerry’s efforts to negotiate a cease-fire as more favorable to Hamas.

Israel had accepted an Egyptian call for an unconditional cease-fire early in its Gaza campaign, but Hamas rejected the idea.

Netanyahu said Monday that Israel won’t end its offensive until Hamas’ network of tunnels under the Gaza-Israel border has been neutralized. “We need to be ready for a prolonged campaign,” he said. “We will continue to act aggressively and responsibly until the mission is completed to protect our citizens, soldiers and children.”

Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri responded defiantly. “His threats do not scare Hamas or the Palestinian people, and the occupation will pay the price for the massacres against civilians and children,” he said.

Israel’s last major Gaza invasion ended in January 2009 after 23 days, one-third of that time with troops on the ground. Already, the current ground operation, which began 11 days ago, has lasted longer than the one in 2009.

In recent days, Israeli leaders have debated whether to withdraw from Gaza after the tunnels are demolished, or to expand the ground operation to deliver a more painful blow against Hamas. Those in favor of an escalation have argued that unless Hamas is toppled and disarmed, a new round of Israel-Gaza fighting is inevitable. Opponents say attempting to reoccupy densely populated Gaza, even if for a short period, could quickly entangle Israel politically and militarily and drive up the number of dead.

In his remarks Monday, Netanyahu didn’t let on which way he is leaning. However, he insisted that “preventing the arming of terror groups and demilitarizing Gaza must be part of any solution,” indicating that Israel’s aims are broader than initially stated.

For now, ground forces have largely operated on the edges of Gaza.

The Israeli military has said it has located 31 tunnels, is aware of the existence of 10 more and has so far demolished close to 20.

Gaza militants have repeatedly used the tunnels to sneak into Israel, including on Monday when several infiltrated into southern Israel.

The army said five Israeli soldiers and one Hamas militant coming through a tunnel were killed in a firefight, but that searches in the area were continuing, the Reuters news agency reports.

The Hamas military wing said nine of its fighters infiltrated and attacked an army post.

After three weeks of battle, “our fighters still have a lot of surprises in store for the leaders of the occupation and their elite soldiers,” the group said in a statement.

The blast at the Gaza park occurred within minutes of a separate strike Monday afternoon on nearby Shifa Hospital, Gaza City’s largest medical facility. Several people were wounded in the blast near one of the hospital’s outpatient clinics, Hamas health officials said.

Lerner, the army spokesman, denied Israel was involved in the two attacks. “This incident was carried out by Gaza terrorists whose rockets fell short and hit the Shifa Hospital and the Beach (Shati) camp,” he said, adding that the military had identified 200 “failed launchings” so far.

Early Tuesday, the military released aerial photographs that it said showed the paths of two misfired Hamas rockets it said hit the park and Shifa Hospital. It said the rockets were detected by Israeli military radar and sensors.

Gaza’s police operations room and civil defense department blamed the attacks on Israeli airstrikes.

Gaza’s Interior Ministry spokesman Eyad al-Bozum said he believes that shrapnel found in the dead and wounded is evidence of Israel’s role in the incident.

More than 1,100 Palestinians have been killed during the conflict, along with 53 Israeli soldiers. Two Israeli citizens were also killed from Hamas rockets.


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