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Sunday, June 29, 2014

No one in Israel listens to Peres anyway

Shavua tov, a good week to everyone.

I am sitting in a pizza shop in Skokie, Illinois (which is about to close) because it's the first place since Thursday night I have managed to get internet access on my laptop. If you think you know where I am, you can come say hello.

In his last month as President of Israel, Slimy Shimon Peres says that Barack Hussein Obama can be 'trusted' on Iran (Hat Tip: Sunlight).
In an interview with Channel 10 ahead of his departure from the President’s office next month, Peres rejected the notion that Obama was a “weak president” and lauded Obama’s efforts to strengthen US-Israeli ties. He said no other American president had been as receptive to Israel’s security concerns, nor taken as many steps to defend Israel in the international arena.
“What has he not done for Israel that was requested of him to do?” Peres asked of Obama.
“He vetoed UN resolutions [against Israel over settlements], did things that I do not know if anyone else would do,” said the outgoing president, whose seven-year term ends July 26.
Peres went on to deflect criticism regarding Obama’s alleged hostile attitude toward Israeli officials, specifically Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and said relations between the two countries have never been better.
“All of [Israel's] defense officials agree that, when it comes to security, there has never been such a committed relationship between Israel and the United States,” he said.
“Obama has not once said a word of condemnation to us… I look at the results, [Obama] says things that make sense,” he added.
Peres stressed that the US president had been consistent in his stance towards Israel and the Jewish people, despite not having been involved in such issues in the past. When asked whether Obama can be trusted to dismantle Iran’s nuclear weapons program, Peres responded with a short but definitive “yes.” Netanyahu, by contrast, has openly challenged Obama’s declared readiness to sanction a deal with Iran that could leave it with an ongoing, albeit heavily inspected Iranian-enrichment program.
No one in Israel listens to Shimon Peres. Hopefully, no one in America will either. What has he not done for Israel that he's been asked to do? I cannot begin to count (and don't have the time to)..... But see the next post for one example.

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At 9:02 AM, Blogger Reaganite Independent said...

Perez Hilton is more relevant

At 11:09 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

The world sees him as ISRAEL'S PRESIDENT. Could we please ask incoming President Rivlin whether he will go out off the blocks against trading Pageantry for the Communist Democrat Party for Green $lu$h, Data $lu$h? Will he save Israel from being overrun by the Marcuse Marxist Democrat Party's Caliphate?

Surely, it is only that the media didn't allow it to reach their outlets... surely President Peres took selfies with the REAL supporters of Israel's actual existence and safety, like Senator Ted Cruz, Col. Kurt Schlichter, etc. Because they are actually out there trying to turn things... defending Israel from the Glenn Greenwalds of the earth...


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