Barry's Boychik, Ehud the Stooge
How low can the weaselly appeaser go? This low:
How can you tell when the White House is in a panic? When they recruit a
disgraced has-been Israeli politician to go after Netanyahu’s Iran message. It
means they were unable to get President Shimon Peres to carry that bucket of
water for them, which says a lot. After revelations that the U.S. has been
misleading two of its most loyal friends in the region, Israel and Saudi Arabia,
and conducting secret talks with Iran even before the latter picked “moderate”
Hassan Rouhani – it’s not easy to find A-list Israelis to make fun of Bibi’s
So Olmert agreed to do the deed, and told a conference of security experts on
Sunday that Netanyahu’s public criticism of the American nuclear deal with Iran
was provocative and counterproductive.
Netanyahu, you’ll recall, said the deal with Iran was an “historic mistake”
and Israel is not bound by it.
This means that no matter how much good will Rouhani is getting from Obama
and the EU gang – Israel could up and bomb the plants overnight, any night. And,
considering the Saudis’ mood about Obama these days – the IAF could fly through
Saudi airspace unmolested. Why, the royal band would be playing Hatikva as the
Israelis fly above (you don’t want them to play the Saudi
anthem, because it could interfere with the mission).
Olmert said he, too, had disagreements with Obama, but always made sure to
voice them in private.
Bibi’s response was that in contrast to “others,” when it came to the
security of Israeli citizens “I will not be silent.”...
If that's "hysteria" then so is the cry "Never Again!"
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