Yes, Barry Hussein: I KNOW We Can ALWAYS Trust YOU To Say Soothing Words To Murderous Palestinian Fascist Terrorists

Remember when Obama took his overseas tour prior to his 2008 election?  You’d think he walked on water to get there, the way the mainstream media covered him.  The Marxist Media is showing it has fangs for everyone  who doesn’t think exactly like they do by going after Mitt Romney with the most idiotic charges of “gaffes.” 

So here’s the latest in the neverending world of the endless Two Minutes Hate of liberals for whoever the latest iteration of “Republican candidate Emmanuel Goldstein” is:

Monday, July 30, 2012
‘Palestinians’ seethe over Romney fundraiser comments

At a Jerusalem fundraiser on Monday, Republican candidate Mitt Romney told his Jewish donors exactly what he thinks of the ‘Palestinians’ (Hat Tip: Memorandum).

“As you come here and you see the GDP per capita, for instance, in Israel which is about $21,000, and compare that with the GDP per capita just across the areas managed by the Palestinian Authority, which is more like $10,000 per capita, you notice such a dramatically stark difference in economic vitality,” the Republican presidential candidate told about 40 wealthy donors who ate breakfast at the luxurious King David Hotel.

Romney said some economic histories have theorized that “culture makes all the difference.”

“And as I come here and I look out over this city and consider the accomplishments of the people of this nation, I recognize the power of at least culture and a few other things,” Romney said, citing an innovative business climate, the Jewish history of thriving in difficult circumstances and the “hand of providence.” He said similar disparity exists between neighboring countries, like Mexico and the United States.

The ‘Palestinians’ are seething in response.

“It is a racist statement and this man doesn’t realize that the Palestinian economy cannot reach its potential because there is an Israeli occupation,” said Saeb Erekat, a senior aide to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

“It seems to me this man lacks information, knowledge, vision and understanding of this region and its people,” Erekat added. “He also lacks knowledge about the Israelis themselves. I have not heard any Israeli official speak about cultural superiority.”

A few points. First, Romney understated the disparity. Israel’s GDP is $31,000 and the ‘Palestinians’ GDP is $1,500 per person.

Second, assuming that ‘Palestinian’ GDP is in fact restrained by Israel (an assertion I will challenge below), for an indication of what the ‘Palestinian’ GDP might be without that restraint, one only has to look at other countries in the region. Jordan’s is $5,900. Egypt’s is $6,324, Syria’s is $5,262 and Lebanon’s is $15,600, all far below Israel’s $30,975. It seems far more likely that an unrestrained ‘Palestinian’ economy would be closer to any of those other countries than to Israel.

Finally, with all the seething about Israeli restraints on the ‘Palestinian’ economy (backed up by the politically motivated World Bank), there are many restraints on the ‘Palestinian’ economy that are self-imposed. These include the highly centralized nature of the ‘Palestinian’ economy, the amount spent on several competing ‘security services,’ and the culture that values ‘martyrdom’ over economic achievement and education.

So no, Romney’s assertion was not unreasonable and it wasn’t ‘racist.’

But you all knew that.

The explanation for where I was in the last several hours will be in the overnight music video, which resumes tonight.

Here was the White House’s gleeful reaction:

WHITE HOUSE (AP) – The White House says it appears that Mitt Romney’s comments today in Jerusalem left some people “scratching their heads a little bit.”

Romney told a group of Jewish donors that their culture was part of what allowed them to be more economically successful than the Palestinians are.

A Palestinian official called it a “racist statement,” and said Romney should know that the Palestinian economy is hampered by an Israeli occupation. […]

But the spokesman added that having comments like this one analyzed for “nuance” is “one of the challenges of being an actor on the international stage.”

The comment from the White House in direct response to the terrorist Palestinians being angry was:

“One of the challenges of being an actor on the international stage, particularly when you’re traveling to such a sensitive part of the world, is that your comments are very closely scrutinized for meaning, for nuance, for motivation,” Earnest said, adding, “and it is clear that there are some people who have taken a look at those comments and are scratching their heads a little bit.”

You know, I’m firmly in the Obama foreign policy camp that holds that the more blatantly evil a regime is and the more that regime hates America, the more we should value and credit their anger toward us.  Our historic ally Israel should hate us, and our historic enemy the Palestinians (who fought World War I against us before siding with the Nazis in World War II before they started killing civilians in terrorist attacks) should love us.

It’s those damned miserable piss holes like Israel that have stood by us for the last sixty years that we ought to trivialize.

Oops.  Please excuse me for a moment…

Okay, I’m back.  I had to throw out my tinfoil hat and I’m rational again.

Let me put it this way: Mitt Romney just went to Israel and said that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel.  That after White House spokesroach Jay Carney refused to answer direct questions as to what the capital of Israel was and before the Obama White House said Romney was wrong and that Jerusalem was in fact NOT the capital of Israel as far as all the terrorists and those who thought like them were concerned.

For some strange reason, Israelis are calling Mitt Romney “a true friend of Israel.”  Obama being “a true enemy,” of course.

Obama thinks we should be thinking, “My gosh, if even Palestinian terrorist fascists don’t like Mitt Romney, we should all vote for our Barry Hussein!”

There’s an article with the title, “Romney likely to see warm welcome from Israelis, chilly reception from Palestinians.”  And Obama is out there saying that it needs to be the other way around and the Palestinians ought to be happy with our president while the Israelis think he sucks.

We should all be agreeing with Democrat leader Nancy Pelosi: “Those Money Grubbing Jews Just Want Lower Taxes.”  C’mon.  Obama and Pelosi know what them damn Jews are really like.  After all, Obama’s reverend Jeremiah Wright spent his entire preaching career warning us that the Jews were evil.  And how could the man who spent twenty years mentoring messiah Obama possibly be wrong?  (See here for more on what the reverend that the man who is now president of the United States chose as his mentor believes).

Sorry, Barry H.  I’m with Mitt.  And I’m very definitely with Israel.

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2 Responses to “Yes, Barry Hussein: I KNOW We Can ALWAYS Trust YOU To Say Soothing Words To Murderous Palestinian Fascist Terrorists”

  1. yammolloy Says:

    Oh My. Now you’re really showing your “true colors.”

    “Pissholes?” The Palestinians fought against us in WWI?? Then, they teamed up with the Nazis in WWII. ? OMG!! The only response to this hackneyed and vacuuous “representation” of history is: “Where did you study world history? Was it perchance in the basement of Wayne, of “Wayne’s World” fame?

    These efforts on the part of certain very angry right wingers to go to such ludicrous extremes to smear the President elect by tossing as much as will “stick” in the minds of fellow-uneducated voters and haters of (well is it “progressives… or is it negroid progressives you hate most diligently?) the “other party” is surely not helping your cause any. That cause, to get Romney elected in November, would be better served by: ideas that demonstrate Romney’s track record and its besting of the incumbent’s.

    Romney is certainly courting the right wing in Israel. And that’s fine. A “divide and conquer” strategy, wherein we paint all Muslims as “BAD” and all Jews as “GOOD,” may indeed garner Romney some…SOME… votes among the far right here in America. BUT… it is risky at best. Why? Because, like Christians in this country, not all Muslims and Jews look and sound alike! There are radicals in the Jewish community (in Israel and America), as there are radical Muslims and Christians. If a Jewish leader were to come to America and pronounce all Christians to be BAD, do you suppose he/she wld be well received by the populace at large?

    Ditto Israel! It is a much bigger and more diverse country, like ours, that Romney is addressing in Israel. Jews, in Israel, as in America, are not one homogenous voting block (not to mention their cultural heritage’s depth and sophistication). Therefore, believe it or not, slandering Muslims as a whole in Israel, is akin to describing any one segment of the populace in America…say blacks…as Good or Bad. Israelis, like Americans, don’t outright hate all Muslims! Yes, as in America, some people who have lumped others who are different into one big homogenous block of “bad thems” (like Aryan Americans do Black Americans, and ironically, Jews), might take favorably to Romney’s “divide and conquer/ us and them” strategy.

    But, it’s more likely that insulting an entire culture to another culture, both of them historically rich and diverse, regardless of historic animosities, is not going to be applauded by the majority in either one! This is because, thankfully, everyone understands that by wholesale undermining of one nation in hopes of flattering another, you reveal nothing more than your willingness to sacrifice all integrity in order to court a constituency, however radical, you are desperate for for votes. And that’s just not good unless everyone is eating the same “dumb pills.”

  2. Michael Eden Says:


    You roaches are amazing. Right after you assert – without bothering to present any evidence at ALL – that I’ve manufactured history, you say this:

    These efforts on the part of certain very angry right wingers to go to such ludicrous extremes to smear the President elect by tossing as much as will “stick” in the minds of fellow-uneducated voters and haters of (well is it “progressives… or is it negroid progressives you hate most diligently?

    You are a hypocrite fool who does the very thing he loudly and shrilly screams that I am doing. Where do I say anything about the race of Obama? Where do I talk about your “negroid people” at all??? You just manufactured a racist claim to “go to a ludicrous extreme to smear.” One day your skull will explode from containing all the massive contradcitions that define you.

    One of many examples I can provide to document what I said about the Palestinians:

    The Mufti and the Führer
    By Mitchell Bard

    In 1941, Haj Amin al-Husseini fled to Germany and met with Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Joachim Von Ribbentrop and other Nazi leaders. He wanted to persuade them to extend the Nazis’ anti-Jewish program to the Arab world.

    The Mufti sent Hitler 15 drafts of declarations he wanted Germany and Italy to make concerning the Middle East. One called on the two countries to declare the illegality of the Jewish home in Palestine. Furthermore, “they accord to Palestine and to other Arab countries the right to solve the problem of the Jewish elements in Palestine and other Arab countries, in accordance with the interest of the Arabs and, by the same method, that the question is now being settled in the Axis countries.”1

    In November 1941, the Mufti met with Hitler, who told him the Jews were his foremost enemy. The Nazi dictator rebuffed the Mufti’s requests for a declaration in support of the Arabs, however, telling him the time was not right. The Mufti offered Hitler his “thanks for the sympathy which he had always shown for the Arab and especially Palestinian cause, and to which he had given clear expression in his public speeches….The Arabs were Germany’s natural friends because they had the same enemies as had Germany, namely….the Jews….” Hitler replied:

    Germany stood for uncompromising war against the Jews. That naturally included active opposition to the Jewish national home in Palestine….Germany would furnish positive and practical aid to the Arabs involved in the same struggle….Germany’s objective [is]…solely the destruction of the Jewish element residing in the Arab sphere….In that hour the Mufti would be the most authoritative spokesman for the Arab world. The Mufti thanked Hitler profusely.

    In 1945, Yugoslavia sought to indict the Mufti as a war criminal for his role in recruiting 20,000 Muslim volunteers for the SS, who participated in the killing of Jews in Croatia and Hungary. He escaped from French detention in 1946, however, and continued his fight against the Jews from Cairo and later Beirut. He died in 1974.

    The Husseini family continued to play a role in Palestinian affairs, with Faisal Husseini, whose father was the Mufti’s nephew, regarded until his death in 2001 as one of their leading spokesmen in the territories.

    1“Grand Mufti Plotted To Do Away With All Jews In Mideast,” Response, (Fall 1991), pp. 2-3.
    2Record of the Conversation Between the Fuhrer and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem on November 28, 1941, in the Presence of Reich Foreign Minister and Minister Grobba in Berlin, Documents on German Foreign Policy, 1918-1945, Series D, Vol. XIII, London, 1964, p. 881ff in Walter Lacquer and Barry Rubin, The Israel-Arab Reader, (NY: Facts on File, 1984), pp. 79-84.

    Mufti al-Husseini was instrumental in the organization of a 100,000-member army that fought for the Nazis. If you had the first fricking clue about actual history, you would learn that some of the last Nazis who fought to the end around Berlin were in fact Muslim Nazis that al-Husseini had organized.

    Here is a site that provides documentation of the long-cooperation between Arab Muslim fascists and the Nazis, along with prior atrocities dating back to WWI.

    Nobody declares “we paint all Muslims as “BAD” and all Jews as “GOOD” except jackasses like you who live in a world of straw men. Yes, moron, there are “good Muslims” and there are “bad Jews.” The American Jews who vote for Obama in spite of his hostility to Israel even when Democrats demonize them on a regular basis being just one example. There were Jewish collaborators who sided with the Nazis and even fought for them. But only an abject moral dumbass can’t see a forest because after all it’s just a whole bunch of trees. We can support Israel and we can comdemn the spirit of terrorism that has come to define the Palestinians who literally have terrorists for their GOVERNMENT. We can watch again and again as Palestinan terrorists have murdered Jewish children. We can see that they’ve been doing it for decades.

    For you to try to create a bogus “moral equivalence” between Israelis and Palestinians because “somewhere there might be a bad Jew and there might be a good Arab” is frankly evil.

    People who “piss” on my statements without bothering to offer a single solitary shred of evidence to support their assertions get blocked. I will not waste my time arguing with somebody who feels he is entitled to his own reality. So buh-bye.

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