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Eric Cantor’s World

1. House Majority Leader and Israel-Firster, Eric Cantor (Likud, Va), tells us what is most important to him when it comes to US foreign policy. (Note to Shas Party members, red-highlighting is mine. Oh, and congratulations on the likely return of the criminal Arieh Deri to your ranks.]

“Global security depends on strong U.S. leadership. Nowhere is the president’s lack of leadership more apparent than in the unraveling of the United States’ relationship with Israel. Since the beginning of President Obama’s term in office, strengthening the bond between the U.S. and our closest ally in the region has taken a back seat to other priorities, a fact that was made clear with the president’s recent refusal to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. American security is inextricably tied to Israeli security. The United States must not abandon its partners at a time of enormous instability in the region.”

2. If you live in Eric Cantor’s world, and only if you do, then the fake debate this week between the two lying war-mongering buffoons makes sense to you.  If you live in the real world you can see that almost everything that was said by both of these clowns was either a bold-faced lie and/or based on a profoundly distorted understanding of just about everything happening within the solar system.

In other words, for Americans, the debate made perfect sense. The rest of the world is in shock and awe at how profoundly stupid Americans are. No doubt this is because the US educational system, major media, financial sector, entertainment industry, casino industry, and all three branches of government are firmly under the control of the Muslim Brotherhood.

3. As a public service I have decided to put all the quotes about Israel from this week’s debate into one file. They are in order for each of the war-mongering Zionist-controlled candidates.  You can read the whole charade here, which will also help put the quotes in better context, but they say an awful lot when looked at in and of themselves.  Note how the two Zionist-controlled stooges dance around a most interesting question posed by the “moderator” who just happens to be quite the insider and whose brother was part of the George W. Bush administration. He also has an interesting role in the coverage of the JFK assassination, but I digress.

(Obama): Now, it is absolutely true that we cannot just beat these challenges militarily, and so what I’ve done throughout my presidency and will continue to do, is, number one, make sure that these countries are supporting our counterterrorism efforts; number two, make sure that they are standing by our interests in Israel’s security, because it is a true friend and our greatest ally in the region.

(Obama): But ultimately, Syrians are going to have to determine their own future. And so everything we’re doing, we’re doing in consultation with our partners in the region, including Israel, which obviously has a huge interest in seeing what happens in Syria, coordinating with Turkey and other countries in the region that have a great interest in this.

(Obama): They have to abide by their treaty with Israel. That is a red line for us, because not only is Israel’s security at stake, but our security is at stake if that unravels.

(Obama): And, Governor Romney, our alliances have never been stronger – in Asia, in Europe, in Africa, with Israel where we have unprecedented military and intelligence cooperation, including dealing with the Iranian threat. But what we also have been able to do is position ourselves so we can start rebuilding America.

(Moderator Schieffer): A lot to cover. I’d like – (murmurs) – I’d like to move to the next segment: red lines, Israel and Iran. Would either of you – and you’ll have two minutes, and President Obama, you have the first go at this one. Would either of you be willing to declare that an attack on Israel is an attack on the United States, which of course is the same promise that we give to our close allies like Japan? And if you made such a declaration, would not that deter Iran? It’s certainly deterred the Soviet Union for a long, long time when we made that – when we made that promise to our allies

(Obama): Well, first of all, Israel is a true friend. It is our greatest ally in the region. And if Israel is attacked, America will stand with Israel. I’ve made that clear throughout my presidency. And —

(Obama): I will stand with Israel if they are attacked. And this is the reason why, working with Israel, we have created the strongest military and intelligence cooperation between our two countries in history. In fact, this week we’ll be carrying out the largest military exercise with Israel in history, this very week.

(Obama): And the reason we did this is because a nuclear Iran is a threat to our national security and it’s threat to Israel’s national security. We cannot afford to have a nuclear arms race in the most volatile region of the world. Iran’s a state sponsor of terrorism, and for them to be able to provide nuclear technology to nonstate actors – that’s unacceptable. And they have said that they want to see Israel wiped off the map.

Romney:

(Romney): Secondly, Syria’s an opportunity for us because Syria plays an important role in the Middle East, particularly right now. Syria is Iran’s only ally in the Arab world. It’s their route to the sea. It’s the route for them to arm Hezbollah in Lebanon, which threatens, of course, our ally Israel. And so seeing Syria remove Assad is a very high priority for us. Number two, seeing a – a replacement government being responsible people is critical for us. And finally, we don’t want to have military involvement there. We don’t want to get drawn into a military conflict.

(Romney): And so the right course for us is working through our partners and with our own resources to identify responsible parties within Syria, organize them, bring them together in a – in a form of – of – if not government, a form of – of council that can take the lead in Syria, and then make sure they have the arms necessary to defend themselves. We do need to make sure that they don’t have arms that get into the – the wrong hands. Those arms could be used to hurt us down the road. We need to make sure as well that we coordinate this effort with our allies and particularly with – with – with Israel.

(Romney): We have to also stand by our allies. I think the tension that existed between Israel and the United States was very unfortunate. I think also that pulling our missile defense program out of Poland in the way did we was also unfortunate in terms of, if you will, disrupting the relationship in some ways that existed between us.

(Moderator Schieffer):  A lot to cover. I’d like – (murmurs) – I’d like to move to the next segment: red lines, Israel and Iran. Would either of you – and you’ll have two minutes, and President Obama, you have the first go at this one. Would either of you be willing to declare that an attack on Israel is an attack on the United States, which of course is the same promise that we give to our close allies like Japan? And if you made such a declaration, would not that deter Iran? It’s certainly deterred the Soviet Union for a long, long time when we made that – when we made that promise to our allies

(Romney): Well, first of all, I – I want to underscore the – the same point the president made, which is that if I’m president of the United States, when I’m president of the United States, we will stand with Israel. And – and if Israel is attacked, we have their back, not just diplomatically, not just culturally, but militarily. That’s number one.

(Romney): It’s also essential for us to understand what our mission is in Iran, and that is to dissuade Iran from having a nuclear weapon through peaceful and diplomatic means. And crippling sanctions are something I’d called for five years ago when I was in Israel speaking at the Herzliya Conference. I laid out seven steps.

The Choice is Clear

Do you like that shit-eating grin? Well, the good news is that you won’t see it in Congress anymore. At least not for the next two years. The bad news you can read about near the end of this post.   On your way there, there are a few goodies in between.

1. Let me try this out for size.

“Alan Derwoshitz is a respected political analyst. I once had breakfast with him and I like him. I often think his columns are on the mark.”

Hmm, let’s try that one again.

“David Duke is a respected political analyst. I once had breakfast with him and I like him. I often think his columns are on the mark.”

Also not a cool thing to write.  How about:

“Mahmoud Ahmadinejad  is a respected political analyst. I once had breakfast with him and I like him. I often think his columns are on the mark.”

Highly unlikely.

Let’s try this again.

“Frosty Wooldridge is a respected political analyst. I once had breakfast with him and I like him. I often think his columns are on the mark.” (hahahahahahahahahaha)

Nope. Somehow, I don’t think you’ll find the often excellent Dr. Juan Cole writing sentences like the one above before he then rips the person’s ideas to shreds. But for the moronic David Broder, whose obscene column this past weekend in the Jerusalem Washington New York Times Post has been pissed on by columnists ranging from Pat Buchannon to Steve Lendman (from whom we will be quoting shortly)  and virtually the entire rest of the  non-insane world, and their dogs, cats, and horses, Dr. Cole felt it necessary to preface his total destruction of every stupid evil rotten thing Broder said by saying what a nice guy he is and how he had breakfast with him.  This is why Dr. Cole still gets pushed around by the neo-cons. It’s time to drop the kid gloves, because the other side’s gloves are padded with lead, depleted uranium, nukes,  and virtually the entire elected US government .

You can read Dr. Cole’s controlled demolition of Broder here.  You can read Broder’s evil and stupid column here, please make sure you have a copy of the Nuremburg transcripts with you when you do.

Broder’s argument is that we need to prepare for war against Iran in order to save our economy.   What he is doing is giving a total bullshit excuse for your sons and daughters dying in yet another war for Israel while he continues to pretend that he is not a total suck up to the worst elements of the Israeli lobby.  By the way, in case you did not know, Broder is an Islamofascist.

Cole rips him apart providing very cogent reasons why war with Iran would be a disaster for the United States. (By the way, it would really suck for the Iranians too, but that goes unmentioned.) Cole notes that oil prices would skyrocket – the impact on what’s left of the US economy should be rather obvious, even to Shas Party members.  Cole, who has been all over the Middle East and knows how to use a map and a calculator, also notes that Iran is three times the size of Iraq and that if we were to try to occupy it we’d be meet with a shitload of justifiably pissed off Shi’ites.  We are talking about a potential ass-kicking of 2010 election-size proportions here. We can’t handle a bunch of tribal war lords in backasswards countries and we are going to take on a nation the size of Iran. Sure we could bomb the shit out of them and it would be fun, you know, like it was in the first US war against Iraq and its “target rich” environment.  We’d get to kill a bunch of Mooselims, also always fun, just ask General James Mattis, the new head of CENTCOM.  But if we actually tried to take over the country, well we are kind of like the Israelis – we can dish it out, but we can’t take it.

Cole also discusses several other factors that would make any pro-American president think twice before invading yet another country that has not attacked us.  The reverberations in Afghanistan, Iraq and even Bahrain, the site of a major US naval base, are things Dr. Cole brings to light.

Cole wraps this argument by saying: [note to Shas Party Members, the red highlights are mine].

“I can’t think of anything that would be worse for the US economy, or for Obama’s prospects for a second term, than going to a war footing with Iran. And, my own experience is that if you go to a war footing with a country, you have to be prepared for things spinning out of control and into actual war. Since Americans go running to their congressmen demanding a repeal of the Bill of Rights every time there is a little pipe bomb somewhere, anything that might cause terrorism on US soil is deadly to our over 200 year old Republic. My guess is that a third war right about now, for the reasons outlined above, would just about finish us off as a nation.”

On this score all the tuyuur here at Mantiq al-Tayr are in full agreement with Dr. Cole. My view is this: any American who is calling for war with Iran, directly or indirectly, is an enemy of the people of the United States who is working to destroy what is left of our country.  Any Israeli who is calling for the US to make war on Iran is also an enemy of the United States. Any American who sounds like an Israeli war monger and is calling for the US to make war against Iran is now an Israeli. As the hadith says (in part)

“من تشبه بقوم فهو منهم”

Courtesy of Skulz Fontaine

2.  I am not done with Broder yet.  Broder is a picture perfect example of how mediocrity rises to the top in the American, and I am using that term very loosely, main $tream media, a media that is under the control of Shapira law, of course.  How such a buffoon could be perceived as a sort of Jewish Helen Thomas is utterly beyond me. Steve Lendman in an excellent piece finishes off the drawing and quartering of Broder in the wake of Broder’s disgusting article, showing what an obsequious ass-kissing asshole this guy is. One wonders if journalists in wanna-be theocracies like Israel, Iran, or Pakistan have to kiss leadership ass as much as Broder.  Anyway, Lendman’s excellent article is a must read, especially for those who would like to get some insight into how things are in the so called American main stream media.

One juicy quote by Lendman:

“The man is senile. The US/Israeli/UK alliance (the real axis of evil) alone threaten world stability, peace, and perhaps survival, what the “dean” of establishment journalists won’t suggest, not even hint.”

I don’t agree that the man is senile.  He’s just doing what he’s always done. But as for the rest of the quote, amen brother, amen.

3. Getting back to Dr. Cole. But first, I want to apologize to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran and to Dr. David Duke for mentioning them in the same item with scum like Broder, Derwoshitz and Wooldridge.  But their name recognition helps highlight one of the points I was trying to make.

Okay, back to Dr. Cole. His blog, “Informed Comment” is one I link to and is one I read on a regular basis. I disagree with Dr. Cole on many points, but his comments are indeed informed and he writes in such a way that non-specialists can be edified by reading him.  He seems to represent about how far out of the Israeli orbit one can go and still hold down an establishment job and still get to speak on National Patrician Radio and the like. A very recent column of  his correctly went off on the right wing propaganda about how Obama’s trip to India is going to bankrupt the United States and maybe cause global warming or whatever bullshit the right wing is peddling. Dr. Cole refutes all of that but his ultimate justification for the trip shows just how morally and economically bankrupt these United States have become though that hardly seems to be his intention in writing the post.

Dr. Cole’s thesis is that whatever the cost of the India trip is, it is totally justified because Obama can use the trip to sell 20 billion dollars of weapons to India and isn’t that just a great thing for the US economy. This, right after arguing, correctly, against war preparations by the US against Iran.  To be fair, Dr. Cole also points to projections for increased civilian trade as well:

“Some analysts think the US could gain $20 billion or so from India in arms sales alone. And then there are enormous potentials for developing civilian trade, as the already-envisaged increase in bilateral trade of $13 bn. over 2009 demonstrates. And since the new deals would be multi-year in impact, the trip would be paid for many times over.”

But it is the arms sales that are the immediate meat and potatoes.  You see, we really can’t do much else as our economy is based on war and credit-default swaps.

Of course selling billions of dollars in weapons to an Israel-friendly country that has had several wars in the past with Pakistan is just too-good a deal to pass up. Plus they both have nukes. The possibilities are endless.

4. Does this quote bother anyone else as much as it does me? It’s from today’s Jerusalem Washington New York Times Post:

“The engineers at Infosys Technologies, India’s second-largest technology company, are at the cutting edge of the country’s $60 billion IT industry, which is shedding its image as a low-cost call center, with young Indians keeping U.S. credit card and banking systems humming all night.

In the latest phase of globalization, some economists say, Silicon Valley is in danger of losing a sizable piece of its knowledge-based industry to India in much the same way Detroit lost its lead to Japan in the auto industry.”

5. A few comments on the elections.  There is so much, so much to comment on. But let’s start out with a real Mantiq al-Tayr favorite, Republican Congressman from the state of Virginia who is likely to become the House Majority Leader, Eric Cantor.  Of all the Jews in the US Congress, Cantor is the only Republican. By the way, the number of Jews in the Congress declined by a few this time around, but Zionist influence has increased. More on that later. Anyway, Cantor is going to be fun to make fun of the next couple of years and he’s already started giving me new ammo. Since, as a Republican, he has to take positions on public policy matters that would have made Nero wince, he has also to show that he is even more pro-Israel than all the other Jews in Congress as well as all the congressmen and women whom the Israeli lobby has bought off and or blackmailed. Sooooo, Cantor’s opening salvo is to advocate that the money ear-marked for Israel each year in the US’ puny foreign aid budged be moved from that budget and voted on separately from the rest of our foreign aid so that the right-wing retards in the tea party can vote against aid to Egypt, the Palestinians and so forth. In fact, Cantor is dead set against aid for Palestinians with an impressive record in fighting aid to Israel’s victims while advocating unlimited US support for Israel.

But, it turns out that the rest of the Jews in Congress are freaking out over Cantor’s proposal to set Israeli aid aside (possibly to even make it part of the US defense budget).

Cantor: “Part of the dilemma is that Israel has been put in the overall foreign aid looping, “I’m hoping we can see some kind of separation in terms of tax dollars going to Israel.”

The National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC), which ought to be renamed “All the Jews in the US Congress Except for Eric Cantor”(ATJUITUSCEFEC) has taken Cantor to task on this issue. The real reasons you can find by reading between the lines. If aid to Israel is separate from all other foreign aid, then that aid is likely to find itself the focus of increasing scrutiny by out of work Americans who might ask questions like “Why the fuck is all this money going to Israel?” “Why is aid for Israel a separate line item?” Why isn’t there guaranteed aid for Ireland, Greece, Poland, Benin, Zimbabwe – pick a country”?  “Is our Congress under Zionist occupation”?  Yup, these would be dangerous questions and they don’t want you asking them.

AIPAC is against the move and so is the ridiculous “J Street” lobby which I’ve warned you all about repeatedly. Here’s are the opening lines of their statement criticizing Cantor’s proposal.

“J Street unconditionally supports and lobbies for robust U.S. assistance to Israel, and will continue to support such aid no matter what the legislative vehicle.”

Wow. We sure know which side of the street they are on.

J Street is AIPAC without the espionage record (so far). Both outfits should be required to register as agents of a foreign government.

Here’s a couple of Cantorian quotes about how much he loves Israel that you can read to your children at night.

Israel is a democracy that has always made the sacrifices necessary for peace despite living under constant threats to their very existence. The true barrier to ending the Mideast conflict is the widespread Palestinian refusal to accept and to live alongside Israel as a Jewish state,” said Cantor. “While Israel continues its search for a reliable partner in peace, Palestinian terrorism is still celebrated in the West Bank and Gaza. Despite this reality, since day one the White House has applied a severe double standard that refuses to hold the Palestinians accountable for their many provocations. It makes one wonder where the responsible adults are in the administration?”

Yes, I would say so. I certainly am a strong advocate for a united Jerusalem. Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the Jewish state and we should continue to pursue the policy of a united Jerusalem.”

6. The NJDC has screwed up again. They went all out for Ron Klein, Likud, Florida, in the elections. He was up against a goy and a black one at that and the race was getting too close for comfort. So, the NJDC did what it thought would help the most, it put out an ad that showed that Ron Klein is more Israeli than Allen West (not actually true, sadly).  The top part of the ad is what you saw at the top of this post: Here’s the rest of the ad and it tells you what your “representatives” are doing when you aren’t looking:

Yes ladies and gentlemen, the choice is clear. . . . but I digress.

So an Israeli firster bites the dust, but sadly the guy who replaced him, Allen West, Likud, Florida, won’t be any better. He’s a pro-Israeli war monger who had to leave the military after more than 20 years of service because of what he did to an Iraqi captive:

“While serving in Taji, Iraq, on August 20, 2003, as commander of the 2d Battalion, 20th Field Artillery Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel West was in charge of an interrogation of a civilian Iraqi police officer who was suspected of having pertinent information regarding attacks on American soldiers in the area. Interrogators had learned that the detainee had information about a planned ambush. When the interrogators were unable to extract the needed important information for some time, LTC West was asked to come try to obtain the important information. As the detainee continued to hold back the information, LTC West fired his pistol past the detainee’s head into a clearing barrel, frightening (but not physically harming) the detainee and getting him to finally give the information. According to Lt. Col. West’s sworn statement,[5] the detainee informed West that:

[The attack] was to occur Friday morning in Saba al Boor vicinity of the police station by positioned snipers supposedly being brought in from Fallujah. [The detainee] was to ID my vehicle and myself for these rooftop firers. We took this information and the following day established flask CPs and used AH-64s overhead. There was no attack and no further attacks have emanated from the town since the apprehension of [the detainee] and his named associates.

“At least one man was apprehended as a result of the information obtained through the detainee’s interrogation. His home was searched, but no plans for attacks on Americans or weapons were found. Colonel West testified that he did not know whether “any corroboration” of a plot was ever found, adding: “At the time I had to base my decision on the intelligence I received. It’s possible that I was wrong about [the detainee,] Mr. Hamoodi.”[6]

For West’s revolting positions on Israel see here.

Eric Cantor, meet your new Zionist Bullshitting Friend, Allen West.  You’ll like him. He hates Muslims and loves to fight wars for your favorite country.

7. As just about everyone south of the Canadian border knows, nothing and no one says class, American style, better than Mojo Nixon and Jello Biafra.  Yes, I know you all come to the ends of these posts for either funny cat videos (more of those will be coming), inspirational music videos, or anything that shows Haifa Wehbe – even if she is just window-shopping at a Hizballah hijab store.  But this time I want to change genre’s a little bit and since our economy is ruined I thought that the energizing rendition by Nixon and Biafra of the “Hamlet Chicken Plant Disaster” might work here. Some good strummin for sure combined with well-placed righteous indignation. For those of you whose native language is not English, the words might at times be a little hard to follow, so here is a link to the lyrics.

I present you with Mojo and Jello:

You know, I really do think the choice is clear.

Lobby Denial

1. Hey everyone, it is now safe to speak out against the Israeli Lobby again. It’s time to take the kid gloves off and really hammer away at it because, as Gary Wasserman so predictably tells us in Monday’s Jerusalem Washington New York Times Post, the Lobby doesn’t really exist anyway. So how could there ever be any repercussions?  And the beauty of the argument Wasserman makes is that the AIPAC spy scandal proves that the Lobby is a figment of the anti-Semitic imagination of the FBI.  Therefore, one can only conclude that to maintain the thesis that the Lobby actually exists in a meaningful way is to believe that the United States didn’t go to the moon, that OJ didn’t do it, that Elvis is still with us, and that Jesus Christ will return at the end of time. I can tell you this, the Lobby sure as hell doesn’t believe in that last one. Many Muslims do, of course, but I digress.

Wasserman's Creed: See no lobby, hear no lobby, speak no lobby

Wasserman’s Creed: See no lobby, hear no lobby, speak no lobby

2. The Lobby that doesn’t exist is pissed off at Obama again and is doing so in such a way as to reveal what we have maintained here at Mantiq al-Tayr since time immemorial – the Lobby is not loyal to the United States, it is loyal to Israel. So, for example, to receive the highest civilian award one can get in the United States you must be silent about or even support war crimes against the Palestinians carried out by Israel.  We learn this, surprise surprise, from an article that appeared recently in the Baltimore Sun, a newspaper owned by a slum lord and “a committed Zionist” named Sam Zell.  Zell, by the way, seems to actually believe that the Lobby exists, since he is part of it.  Zell . . .” is a strong philanthropic backer of “both Israel and the Israeli support association in the U.S.–AIPAC.”

Anyway, here’s what the Lobby and its members who don’t exist are up to. “Jewish congressional members and lobbying groups are protesting President Barack Obama’s decision to award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to former Irish leader Mary Robinson, who they say has a long record of harshly criticizing Israel.”

Goy vei! That crypto Muslim Jihadist Communist halfbreed with funny ears and lots of mysteriously sealed records had the audacity to award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to someone who speaks out for freedom for Palestinians.  Now in a world where people are not insane it should be a requirement that defenders of freedom receive medals specifically for speaking up on behalf of the downtrodden Palestinians. But only in America (well, probably in Chanada too) is it considered a human rights violation to speak against Israeli atrocities. After all, only a true human rights activist would speak out in favor of murdering Palestinians [such as the ENTIRE United States Congress]  according to the Lobby that does not exist.

But that ignorant slut Mrs. Robinson actually spoke out against Israeli racism, therefore she, unlike say someone like Natan Sharanksy, is wholly undeserving of recognition. Yes, the inveterate racist and war monger Sharansky received the very same award in 2006. No doubt the non-existent Israeli Lobby serverely criticized this. Frankly, Mrs. Robinson should turn down the award.

Here is vicious anti-Palestinian bigot Natan Sharansky receiving our country’s highest civilian honor.

Not to be viewed by those under 18 years of age

Not to be viewed by those under 18 years of age

Shelley Berkley, Likud, Nevada, informs us that the “biased views expressed by Mary Robinson against the nation of Israel remain deeply troubling, and her tarnished record of actions on this issue cannot be erased with the awarding of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.” Man, what traitors these people are, but I digress.

Not to be outdone, Eliot Engel, Likud, New York says that giving her the award was a “screw-up” and a “mistake.” We’ve noted Engel’s  toal and unquestioned loyalty to Israel in a previous post.

Sen. Christopher S. Bond, Likud,  Missouri,  and Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Likud, Florida, “the ranking member of the House Foreign Relations Committee – issued criticisms on Thursday.”

The World Jewish Congress also weighed in and “accused Robinson of an “endorsement of Palestinian violence as legitimate political activity, and the outrageous equating of the Holocaust to the suffering of the Palestinians,” adding that Robinson’s record “renders her unqualified to receive the nation’s highest civilian honor.”

Yes indeed, as it says some where in the Bill of Rights, when you talk about Israel you are required to mention the holocaust. The latent reason for doing so seems to be this. Since six million Jews were killed by the Nazis in the holocaust, Israel gets to kill up to five million nine hundred ninety nine thousand and nine hundred ninety nine Palestinians before Israel can actually be criticized for its decades long murderous campaign against the Palestinian people and its stealing of their lands and resources.  The whole world knows what bull$hit this is, but somehow, for reasons that Wasserman could never fathom, the people of the US can’t seem to figure it out. Wonder why.

Anyway, just to drive the Holocaust all the way up your ass, the article quotes someone – I bet this will really surprise you – from the Simon Wiesenthal Center.  If you want to read what Abraham Cooper, a major honcho of the Simon Wiesenthal Center had to say, you can go to to the article I’ve already linked to above. If you want to read about what an unbelievably huge liar Simon Wiesenthal himself is in an article recently published in the Times of London, go here.

Simon says

Simon says

(BTW, BHO is giving the medal to 16 people this year. Here you can find a list of who they are. Enjoy doing your research. Let us know if the Lobby is complaining about any of the others.)

3. Well it’s August and the US Knesset is on recess – and no doubt the American people are thrilled. At least when they are out and about going to town meetings they can’t pass any more stupid laws or give our money away to Israel and pro-Israelis.

Well, don’t rejoice too much. Because, as they often do in August, a bunch of your Knesset members are off to Israel on all-expense-paid trips funded by Gary Wasserman. Ha, just kidding. These trips are funded by the Israeli Lobby that doesn’t exist and even if it does, it just has a teensie weenie little polka dot bikini amount of influence.

Could this influence you? Just a little?

Could this influence you? Just a little?

The trip was led by the truly disgusting Eric Cantor, Likud, Virginia who took 24 other members of his party a few days ago on a junket to Israel where he went out of his way to visit an illegal Israeli settlement, to proclaim that Israel cannot return to its 1967 borders and threw in some war mongering against Iran for good measure. The trip is funded by the American Israel Education Foundation That Does Not Exist Or If It Does It Does NOT Have Much Influence (known as the AIEFTDNEOIIDIDNOTHMI for short.) It is part of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee That Does Not Exist Or If It Does It Does NOT Have Much Influence (known as “Traitors R US” for short.)

Cantor made sure to announce that he was bringing the largest single delegation of US Knesset members to Israel in history and that they were there to grovel at the feet of their masters. Red highlights are mine, as usual.

“Representative Cantor told President Peres at the start of the meeting that the delegation was the largest delegation of Congressional members that has ever visited Israel. “To a person, all of us will tell you that we are here, first and foremost, to reconfirm the message that the U.S. Congress stands staunchly on the side of  Israel and its struggle, and we are here to figure out how to strengthen the U.S-Israel relationship.”

Yes indeed, the US Congress, what a joke, “stands staunchly on the side of Israel in its struggle.” What a bunch of disgusting traitorous pigs. Your government, ladies and gentleman, has been hijacked whole-sale by a Lobby that does not exist.

Unfortunately for Ben-adict-Arnold-Cantor, his delegation of traitors, sellouts and Israeli paid for whores will soon be in second place if press reports are true. Yes, an even larger group of Israeli ass-kissers and G-d knows what else will soon be led to Israel (Rahm Emmanuel’s middle name, but I digress) by the great Steny Hoyer, Likud, Maryland. He’s taking thirty five street-walkers with him.

Steny loves to go to Israel. He did the same thing in August of 2007. In fact, as of 2007 he’d been to Israel “eight or nine times.”  He loves to go to Israel.

I hope he stays there this time.

So here’s your Cantor:

 

Whore for Israel

Whore for Israel

And here’s your Hoyer:

Whoyer for Israel

Whoyer for Israel

All we can say here at Mantiq al-Tayr is “No more whores for Israel.”

And just for good measure, here’s that polka-dot thingy again. Don’t let it influence you too much.

Blogging can be fun sometimes :-)

Blogging can be fun sometimes 🙂

Okay, okay, I can hear the Anonymous Arabist howling and scratching the furniture. Ms. Anonymous, this one’s for you:

Rahm Israel Emmanuel

Rahm Israel Emmanuel

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