Skulz does it again.
1. “Standing on Israeli soil, U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Sunday declared Jerusalem to be the capital of the Jewish state and said the United States has “a solemn duty and a moral imperative” to block Iran from achieving nuclear weapons capability.”
Romney travels to Jerusalem which is under an illegal occupation and proclaims the illegally occupied territory to be the capital of the one country in the world that is loved by more Jews than any other.
Oh, and what’s this “standing on Israeli soil” shit. Of course one could argue that if he had said the same thing in Washington, DC he would have been standing on Israeli soil there.
“My understanding is the policy of our nation has been a desire to move our embassy ultimately to the capital (Jerusalem),” he said, adding, “I would only want to do so and to select the timing in accordance with the government of Israel.”
But of course, since the job he is running for is directly subordinate to the Office of the Prime Minister of Israel.
Which means that all Americans, like it or not, are subordinate to the Office of the Prime Minister of Israel.
2. Now we here at Mantiq al-Tayr demand that Tim Tebow get involved in this. Tebow is supposedly a Christian who now works for the New York Jets. Jets owner, Woody Johnson, flew to Israel to be at the big fundraising even Romney is holding there. He’s done this sort of thing with Romney before.
So Tebow – do you support Israel’s apartheid state?
Get a load of this shit. [Note to Shas Party members, red highlighting is done by a mole I have inside the Romney campaign.]
“Shepherding Mr. Romney at the wall was J. Philip Rosen, a Manhattan lawyer who owns a home in Jerusalem and has helped organized a $50,000-per-couple fund-raiser scheduled for Monday morning. Mr. Rosen said Sunday he expected up to 80 people for the breakfast, up from his estimate on Friday of 20 to 30 because of the influx of Americans.
Among those who flew here for the event, were the casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, who has vowed to spend $100 million this political season to defeat President Obama and who wore a pin that said “Romney” in Hebrew letters; Cheryl Halpern, a New Jersey Republican and Israel advocate; Woody Johnson, owner of the New York Jets; John Miller, chief executive of the National Beef Packing Company; John Rakolta, a Detroit real estate developer who led the finance committee for Mr. Romney’s 2008 presidential bid; L.E. Simmons, the Texan owner of a private-equity firm with ties to the oil industry; Paul Singer, founder of a $20 billion hedge fund; and Eric Tanenblatt, a lawyer and Romney fund-raiser in Atlanta who had never before visited Israel. Scott Romney, the governor’s brother, and Spencer Zwick, his national finance chairman, also were on hand.”
And get this:
“They were greeted at the posh King David Hotel here Saturday night with gift baskets that included white yarmulkes, which many wore to the Western Wall, and Israeli chocolate bars made with Pop Rocks. Some spent Sunday touring Jerusalem, while others observed the fast; after the speech, Sander Gerber, a hedge fund financier, and Mr. Rosen, were among those who made a makeshift minyan for the evening service, standing between lines of alternating American and Israeli flags overlooking the Old City.”
Could you imagine if Obama were to travel to a Muslim country that illegally occupies sites that are holy to Christianity and Judaism with a bunch of billionaires and millionaires during the month of Ramadan and a bunch of his entourage fasted during the daytime and then one of the richest of them were to set up a Friday prayer service that they went to? Oh, that he did all this to RAISE MONEY for his campaign?
3. We don’t get no respect. Only in the US could Romney’s statements quoted in this article be considered a softening of the comment of Romney aide, Dan Senor, who said the following:
Oh, and the Huff and Puff Post also reported that Romney’s words were a sort of stepping back from what Senor said, but I digress.
“If Israel has to take action on its own, in order to stop Iran from developing that capability, the governor would respect that decision,” Mr. Senor said.”
Here are Romney’s responses, from himself personally and from Senor writing on behalf of the Romney campaign:
“Governor Romney believes we should employ any and all measures to dissuade the Iranian regime from its nuclear course, and it is his fervent hope that diplomatic and economic measures will do so,” Mr. Senor said in an e-mail statement released by the campaign. “In the final analysis, of course, no option should be excluded. Governor Romney recognizes Israel’s right to defend itself, and that it is right for America to stand with it.”
In an interview on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” Mr. Romney said: “I’ll use my own words and that is I respect the right of Israel to defend itself and we stand with Israel.”
“We’re two nations that come together in peace and that want to see Iran being dissuaded from its nuclear folly,” he said.
“Because I’m on foreign soil,” Mr. Romney said, “I don’t want to be creating new foreign policy for my country or in any way to distance myself from the foreign policy of our nation, but we respect the right of a nation to defend itself.”
Thus when Senor says Romney will “respect” Israel’s attacking Iran and when Romney affirms exactly that, this is called “softening” of Romney’s position.
4. Who is Dan Senor? I mean this is just too much. Wiki needs to stop outing war-mongering Jews. ☺
“Daniel Samuel Senor, known as Dan Senor (/ˈsiːnər/; born November 6, 1971), is a founding partner of Rosemont Capital LLC, and Rosemont Solebury Capital Management. He is also a Fox News contributor and a frequent contributor to The Wall Street Journal among other publications. He is co-author the book Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle, about the economy of Israel and globalization in the Middle East. Senor is most noted for his former position as chief spokesperson for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq. He is married to television news personality Campbell Brown. Senor is currently serving as a foreign policy adviser to U.S. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.”
We don’t have journalism in the US anymore, we have elites who do whatever the fuck they want in any guise they desire and we, just like moronic Queen-worshiping Brits and Canadians, fall for it. We get what we deserve.
But it gets worse. With Zionism it always does.
Only this time, I’m going to let you read between the lines.
Oh, hold on a sec. The Wiki article also notes that Senor grew up in Canada, though he was born in New York and:
But I digress.
Anyway, Senor married a nice Catholic girl named Campbell Brown, I’m sure most of you who watch television have heard of her.
Read this article about their wedding – and read it carefully. I will give you a slight hint from the article, but read the whole damn thing.
“In the ceremony that followed, the couple vowed before 150 guests not only to stay together forever but “to repair one small piece of the broken world.”
Now read this article. The whole thing.
I can hear you all bitching and moaning, “Mantiq, damn it we read you because you find cool stuff and distill it for use so we can get back to watching baseball and football games. Please don’t make us read all of those two articles. We’d rather go back to Alex Jones and Frosty the Flake. Please, have mercy on us.”
Okay. I still think you should read both articles in full because of what they say and don’t say and where they give you hints.
Tell ya what, I’ll just ask you a question. Which of the two of them converted?
Guess you’ll have to read to find out.
5. Well, here is a woman who knows who she is. And I really like who she is. ☺