Netanyahu to Congress 2011 – full video

May 25, 2011

THIS is a man who can make a speech.

Eloquent and moving.

Israeli Prime Minister Addresses Congress

Willing to give up land for peace

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Capitol Hill today meeting with members of Congress and delivered an address to a Joint Meeting of Congress.

During his speech to Congress P.M. Netanyahu stated, “As President Obama said, borders will be different than 1967. Israel will not return to ‘indefensible’ borders.”  He added “It’s absolutely vital that a Palestinian state be demilitarized.”

He suggested that Israel is “willing” to advance the negotiations but must “make painful compromises” for peace.

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), Netanyahu and Congressional Leaders also held a briefing with reporters following the joint meeting.

To members of AIPAC last night, Netanyahu said, “Israel cannot return to the indefensible 1967 line,” which President Obama said is the foundation for negotiation.

Updated: Tuesday at 4:52pm (ET)

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FOX NEWS – Netanyahu’s Answer to Obama’s ’67 Borders

May 22, 2011

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Canadian rock star – Justin Bieber scheduled to meet with Israel’s PM Netanyahu refused to meet with children of school bus attack. Netanyahu cancels meeting.

April 13, 2011

Here’s the propaganda at it’s young.

This is the Elite and the Progressive ideas that have no foundation in morality, rather duplicity.

VAPID young man on the road to a soulless existence to be used like a prostitute on stage for a short period of time until his cuteness has worn off and he becomes, at least on the outside, a man.  Then his usefulness in the pedophile universe will have ended and so will his career.  His life is already gone.

It’s better that the children don’t see this young man.  He is not a HERO.  He is something to remember as what NOT to become.

All roads in life are a choice.  They are not unknown, rather they are clear and directed.  The one who lays the bricks is the one choosing the path.  THAT is the idea behind free will.  Without g-d it’s directionless.  G-d merely, guides, but it’s up to the traveler to choose his own journey.


Justin Bieber Insults Israel



By Brad Wilmouth, NewsBusters

According to the Haaretz article, “Netanyahu Cancels Bieber Date Over Refusal to Meet Kids Affected by Gaza Rockets,” Barak Ravid recounts reports that Canadian singer Justin Bieber declined to meet children who narrowly escaped being hit by rocket fire as they exited an Israeli school bus shortly before it was hit several weeks ago. A 16-year-old boy was seriously injured in the attack.

The children had been invited to an already scheduled meeting between Bieber and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as the prime minister sought to draw attention to the plight of children living in Israeli towns near the Gaza Strip which have in recent months come under increased fire from rockets launched by Palestinian terrorists.

According to Haaretz, Netanyahu canceled the meeting after his attempt to include the children was turned down.


Caroline Glick: The Way Forward for Israel – Strong, courageous, morally clear, and articulate – She reminds me of Golda Meir

April 7, 2011

Golda Meir

Now THATS a woman!


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Israel – Netanyahu recognizes the Progressives UNION with Islam and calls it strange “FUSION”

March 19, 2011

The favorable status of Israel will diminish very quickly in the next 10 years.

The ISLAMIST breed and they breed their ideology in to the geography they occupy.


Israeli PM bashes European ‘fusion’ of radical Islam, far left


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took aim Thursday at what he called Europe’s “strange fusion” of radical Islam and the far left.

“There is a new boiling anti-semitism of radical Islam that sweeps Europe as a whole, and there’s a strange fusion – it’s the only word I can use to describe it — a fusion with the anti-semitism of the radical far far left,” Mr. Netanyahu said in an interview on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight.

“This is the strangest union you could possibly contemplate,” he said, “because radical Muslims: they stone women, they execute gays, they are against any human rights, against feminism, against whathaveyou. And the far left is supposed to be for these things.”

While Americans continue to hold favorable views toward Israel — 68%, according to a recent Gallup poll — the Jewish state has become increasingly unpopular in Europe, with most surveys showing far greater support across the continent for the Palestinians.

In a nod to this divergence, the Israeli premier said that “there’s a difference in the way that Europeans views Israel and Americans viewIsrael.”

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Egypt – IRAN takes advantage of situation – OBAMA’s silence condones it.

February 20, 2011

Obama’s inaction is a silent nod.

There is no such thing as a silent president.  Ones inaction is telling.

OBAMA and his administration has thrown Israel under the bus, which means that they have thrown the WEST under the bus.  Israel stands for western values for the world because they are the stop gap.  Once the stop gap is gone, it’s a nod to the Muslims to go forward.  Obama has succeeded in push through the ISLAMIC theocracy to go forward.




Your world is about to CHANGE.

Is this the CHANGE that you were hoping for?  If it is, then you are no friend of mine.

Netanyahu Blasts Iran For Sending Ships Through Suez

February 20, 2011

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, February 20, 2011

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, February 20, 2011


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accuses Iran of exploiting Egypt’s political crisis by sending two warships through the Suez Canal.

Suez Canal officials in Egypt identify the ships as a frigate and a supply ship on their way to Syria.

Israel has been watching events in Egypt with concern over the stability of a country that has been the closest thing it has to an ally in a region where it is surrounded by enemies.

Speaking at a weekly Cabinet meeting, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran of trying to exploit the situation in Egypt to try to expand its influence by sending the warships through the Suez Canal.

Netanyahu said Israel views this Iranian move with utmost gravity. He said this step, like other steps and developments, underscores what he has reiterated in recent years, that Israel’s security needs will grow and the defense budget must grow accordingly.

Bar Ilan University’s Begin Sadat Center for Strategic Studies Director Efraim Inbar says Iran’s decision to send ships to the Mediterranean is part of its strategy to bring about a greater Iranian presence in the region.

“It is already well entrenched in Syria and in Lebanon and it is trying to build a Shiite corridor from Iran to the Mediterranean.”

Israel believes Iran has a foothold in the Gaza Strip as a supporter of Hamas, the Islamist group that controls the Palestinian seaside enclave.

Israel is concerned about the ships’ presence in the Suez Canal, but has not indicated it will take any action against the vessels. Inbar says Israeli leaders are, for now, only keeping an eye on the Iranian maneuvers.

“Basically, we have to observe carefully what the Iranians are doing.  Their naval presence is not changing the neighborhood balance of power so far in the Eastern Mediterranean. It has more a political character, rather than military significance,” says Inbar.

The ships were not expected to enter Israeli territorial waters.


Israel warns Iran is ‘taking advantage’ of Middle East unrest

Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, accused Iran of trying to exploit the Middle East unrest to increase its influence in the region as two Iranian warships prepared to cross the Suez Canal.


Israel warns Iran is 'taking advantage' of Middle East unrest

Iranian warship Alvand



Dina Kraft in Tel Aviv 5:23PM GMT 20 Feb 2011

The two Iranian ships, which are a frigate and a supply ship, are to deliver supplies to a port in Syria. They mark the first Iranian navy vessels to pass through the Suez Canal since the Iranian Revolution in 1979.

Egyptian officials at the canal denied reports by Iranian state television that the pair of ships had already passed through the strategic waterway connecting the Red Sea with the Mediterranean. But instead said the ships were expected to pass through around dawn today.

Egypt and Israel have maintained a cold but stable peace for the past 33 years. This month’s popular revolution in Egypt has led to fears in Jerusalem that, despite assurances from the new interim military government that it would honour the treaty, instability could be afoot.

Mr Netanyahu told his Cabinet yesterday: “We can see what an unstable region we live in, an area in which Iran is trying to take advantage of the situation that has arisen and broaden its influence by transferring two warships via the Suez Canal.”

“Israel takes a grave view of this Iranian step,” he said.

He added that Israel would have to boost its already considerable defence budget due to the recent upheaval in the region and increased danger it might pose for Israel, particularly if Iran emerges strengthened by events.

Aluf Benn, a senior commentator for Israel’s daily Haaretz newspaper, said: “Egypt is signalling that it is no longer committed to its strategic alliance with Israel against Iran, and that Cairo is now willing to do business with Tehran.” He described the Egyptian decision to allow the Iranian navy passage as a “change to the regional balance of power”.


<OBAMA and the DEMOCRATS – SILENT!  The silence is deafening.>

Until the overthrow of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Egypt had been Israel’s most powerful ally in a region where it has few friends.

Escalating concern among Israeli officials that Egypt could turn hostile comes as Israel is increasingly isolated internationally.

On Friday the United States used its veto power to halt a United Nations resolution condemning Israeli settlement construction in the West Bank while the fourteen other members of the Security Council voted in its favour.

<The VETO was to signal to the other countries that Israel is alone.   THE UN is not a WESTERN ally.  They are a corrupted organization.  The UN has admitted that they are NOT and perhaps never again will be an ally to the US or to ISRAEL.  THE US needs to move away from the UN.  >



Former US President and Secretary of State – Nixon and Kissinger – were not too concerned about extermination of Jews.

December 12, 2010


Well, they may not be concerned with the HUMAN element, but that is pretty standard these days for politicians

The WHO is not concerned with PEOPLE either.

Kissinger: ‘It wouldn’t be U.S. concern if U.S.S.R sent Jews to gas chambers’


Photo: GPO

Nixon and Golda Meir. Admired Israeli Jews Photo: GPO


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Nixon and Kissinger. 'Jews have certain traits' Photo: AP

Former American president can also be heard making many disparaging comments about ‘abrasive and obnoxious’ Jews on the 1973 recording, including: ‘I don’t want any Jew at that [state] dinner who didn’t support us in that campaign’. Listen to the tape HERE

By Haaretz Staff

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told President Richard Nixon that if the Soviet Union sent its Jews to the gas chambers, this would not be an American concern, the New York Times reported Saturday.

The 1973 conversation, recorded on a newly released batch of White House tapes from the final months before Nixon’s presidency became consumed by the Watergate affair, took place shortly after the U.S. president had met with Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir.

Meir had apparently raised the issue of the oppression of Soviet Jewry and the possibility that the Americans would press the Soviet Union to allow the Jews to emigrate. Kissinger, the Times reported, can be heard saying: “The emigration of Jews from the Soviet Union is not an objective of American foreign policy. And if they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern. Maybe a humanitarian concern.”

Nixon, according to the report, replied: “I know. We can’t blow up the world because of it.”

The American president can also be heard making many disparaging comments about Jews on the recording, from telling his secretary “I don’t want any Jew at that dinner who didn’t support us in that campaign” – referring to the state dinner held for the Israeli prime minister – to stating that “The Jews are just a very aggressive and abrasive and obnoxious personality.”

Other groups singled out by the president were the Irish, who he said “can’t drink” because they “get mean,” along with the Italians, who he said “don’t have their heads screwed on tight.”

Nixon also made disparaging remarks about African Americans, saying they would be able to strengthen the United States only after 500 years, because they would need to be “inbred.”

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