Yes, AND they are calling for another 9-11 on America
Gee, and I thought I'd have to wait until tomorrow for the insane reactions to come from "Nazi-Zio-ville." I was about to go to bed, like an impatient kid on Christmas eve, giddy at the thought of the coming meltdown in the morning news. But hey, it's already started, so here we go. Of course I am speaking about Obama's speech in Cairo. I'll talk tomorrow about my opinion of the speech and the political implications tomorrow. But for now, I want to report that Israel is hearing voices that aren't there. Yes, you heard it here first, they are psychotic again.........Shhhhhh, "It" was mentioned in the speech.....the big "H" OMG!!! "It" was mentioned in Obama's speech AND he dared to use the words "Palestinian" and "Homeland" in the SAME sentence! SOUND THE ANTI-SEMITE ALERT!!! And, according to the psychotic Israelis, they heard something entirely different than the rest of the normal world.
Obama talked about the big "H" the "Holocaust" , and after that he said "it is also undeniable that the Palestinian people - Muslims and Christians - have suffered in pursuit of a homeland."
And of course, in the Nazi Racist Zionist ears inside Israel, they heard THIS version: "Obama shockingly equated the destruction of European Jewry to the suffering Arabs brought upon themselves when they declared war on the nascent state of Israel"
And if pulling out the "Zionist Holy Grail and sympathy getter", I mean the "Holocaust", is not enough, then go for the jugular and invoked "9-11" see here:"And if he still won't get it then, the Muslims will teach him a painful lesson that his predecessor learned on September 11."
Yeah, scare America and Obama with visions of evil Muslims, that's the ticket, sure that'll work...........NO CHANCE, we're wise to your racist ways Israel, nice try though. I hope Obama has a food taster, and I hope Obama has the US govt watching mossad, just incase they decide to attempt to fabricate another 9-11 and blame it on muslims. I digress....
So yeah, this was definitely worth staying up late for. Now I can go to bed, feeling all warm and fuzzy in the thought that somewhere in Israel there are millions of Zionists being hit in the face with a healthy dose of "Reality" Listen, can you hear that? It's the sound of Zionists getting SMACKED in the face with "reality" Smack! Music to my ears.....article below:
Right shocked by Obama's comparison of Palestinians' plight to Holocaust
Ministers and MKs on the Right expressed outrage on Thursday at US President Barrack Obama's comparison of the suffering of the Palestinians to what Jews endured in the Holocaust.
In his Cairo speech, immediately after talking about the Holocaust, Obama said that "on the other hand, it is also undeniable that the Palestinian people - Muslims and Christians - have suffered in pursuit of a homeland."
"Obama shockingly equated the destruction of European Jewry to the suffering Arabs brought upon themselves when they declared war on the nascent state of Israel," National Union MK Arye Eldad said. "If he doesn't understand the difference, perhaps he will when he visits the Buchenwald concentration camp [on Friday]. And if he still won't get it then, the Muslims will teach him a painful lesson that his predecessor learned on September 11."
(see how racist they are?)
Diaspora Affairs and Public Relations Minister Yuli Edelstein (Likud) blamed Obama's comparison between the Holocaust and the Palestinians' plight on previous Israeli governments for accepting the Palestinian narrative. He singled out Kadima leader Tzipi Livni, who he said emphasized Palestinian interests over Israel's as foreign minister.
(Israeli meltdown coming to a theater near you!)
Eldad's National Union colleague, MK Michael Ben-Ari, compared Obama to Pharoah and said that just as the Jewish people overcame one, the Jewish state would overcome the other.
(Ooooh, the threats are coming fast and loose now, Yup, it's gonna be "handbags at dawn")
Likud MK Danny Dannon wrote a letter to members of Congress criticizing Obama for his "new and disturbing trend of intensifying pressure on Israel," and asking them to join him in highlighting the dangers of Obama's policies
(be still my heart! forget "handbags at dawn" it's gonna be more like "thunderdome" two men in, one man out)
While Netanyahu asked his ministers not to attack Obama after the speech, some refused to remain silent.
"Obama ignored the fact that the Palestinians have not abandoned terror," Habayit Hayehudi chairman Daniel Herschkowitz said during a tour of settlements south of Hebron. "The government of Israel is not America's lackey.
(Well now, we'll soon see who is the lacky and who is not, when the US begins cutting off the money that funds your racist state. Hey, guess what? When you're not the lead dog, the view is always the same. So ya may want to get used the the view from behind now)
The relations with the Americans are based on friendship and not submission, and therefore Israel must tell Obama that stopping natural growth in the settlements is a red line."
By contrast, Kadima MK Ze'ev Boim used the opportunity to both laud the speech and criticize the government of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
"Obama's speech is further proof that Netanyahu did not properly gauge the policies of the United States," he said. "The policies of the president on the Palestinian issue are identical to those of Kadima, and it is unfortunate that Netanyahu is unable to accept the idea of two states for two peoples for narrow political reasons."
(LOLOL the more moderate rats smell trouble and are scurrying to kiss some Obama ass LOL Ooooh we want to be your lackey, can we start now please LOLOL)
Labor rebel MK Eitan Cabel also had words of praise for the president and condemnation for the prime minister.
"The president's words made it very clear that in Washington they are unwilling to turn a blind eye," he said. "Time is working against us, and the Israelis' interest in not being a serial rejector means accepting two states for two peoples and stopping construction of settlements."
(You tell em!)
United Arab List MK Ahmed Tibi said that while he agreed with the speech, there was "no Israeli partner to implement" it.
(Not yet, but when the money is cut off then we will see if Israel blinks. Or, Hre's a better Idea.....The US could stop being Israels proxy on the UN security council, now THERE'S a thought!!)
Outside of the Knesset, reactions were also mixed. Aliza Herbst, spokeswoman for the Ofra settlement in Samaria, said that modern history has shown that the Muslim world was at war with the West. Obama's vision of peace sounded nice but was not realistic, she said.
(Racist dirt bag cockroach settler)
"Hussein Obama chose to adopt the lying versions of the Arabs, which were always stated persistently and brazenly, over the Jewish truth, which is stated in a weak and stuttering voice," the settlers said in a statement. (Paranoia setting in now. They are realising they may need to call the moving company in the not too distant future LOL)
It was time for Netanyahu to join the ranks of Menachem Begin and Yitzhak Shamir, "arise as a proud Jewish leader and declare that he rejects with repugnance the rewritten history that Obama attempted to dictate today," they said. (Um, Ok, but that'll cost you 3 Billion a year, sound good to ya now? That's what you milk off the US taxpayer annually. Net-And-Yahoo won't wanna kiss that goodbye so fast. Better call the movers.)
A Shvahkim Panorama poll broadcast on Israel Radio a few hours ahead of the speech found that 47.1 percent of Israelis believed that Obama preferred the interests of Arab countries over Israel's. Those who disagreed with that statement numbered 28.9%, and 21.7% said they did not know. link