Kerry’s Finest Hour: Obama Team Labels Israel an Outlaw Nation



As President Obama is about to fade from the White House forever to make way for the Twitter King’s juggernaut of furniture wreckers, his abstaining vote on a United Nations Security Counsel resolution to condemn Benjamin Netanyahu’s settlement policies in the West Bank and Jerusalem as “illegal” has rocked the leadership of that tiny nation. Naturally, Netanyahu and others in the Likudist pro-settlement camp went ballistic, since they’ve written Obama off as a loser and know what a coup the condemnation resolution is. To be so condemned as an outlaw faction will encourage further opposition to Likudist Israel in Europe, as it will put an international stain on products made in West Bank settlements. Many of those products are being exported illegally, a situation that will now be in the public eye.

One of the brightest spots in all this is that, in the last three yards of his two-term run, President Obama assumed some backbone vis-à-vis Netanyahu, a leader who dis’ed and humiliated him publicly on several occasions. The same with Secretary of State John Kerry, whose 70 minute speech at the State Department Wednesday showed glimmers of the young Vietnam veteran John Kerry who publicly wondered, “How do you ask a man to be the last man to die in Vietnam? How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake? … [W]e have been used in the worst fashion by the administration of this country.”

To Netanyahu’s remark that “Friends do…

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  • Zaphod Braden

    Let your “christianzionist” friends know the truth ….

    What the Jews think of JESUS “As for Christianity, there is a dispute among Halachic authorities, but the vast majority consider it idolatry as well. Islam, on the other hand, is not considered idolatry.”
    So according to their own Rabbis, the Jews should “put to death” Christians for being “idol worshippers”

    On the attitude towards gentiles–with sources
    1. Killing gentiles and saving their lives
    1.1) In principle, every person practicing idolatry (whether a gentile or a Jew) should be
    put to death by a court of law. Idolatry is attributing divinity to any object (physical
    or spiritual) other than the one and only G-d, whether this is done through ritual
    (such as prayer, offerings of incense, or the like) or by a mere statement of faith.
    Several contemporary religions, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, and Zoroastrianism,
    are undoubtedly considered idolatry. As for Christianity, there is a dispute among
    Halachic authorities, but the vast majority consider it idolatry as well. Islam, on the
    other hand, is not considered idolatry.
    In a situation (such as we have now) where there is no Jewish court of law which
    can sentence people to death, to corporal punishment, or even to the fines prescribed
    by the Torah, and which therefore can not judge a man for the sin of idolatry:
    It is permissible (and even commanded) for anyone to kill idolatrous Jews (and
    those Jews, including atheists and agnostics, who publicly reject the divine authority
    of Halacha) anywhere and anytime it is possible. However, contemporary Halachic
    authorities have ruled that this law doesn’t apply nowadays.
    While there is no obligation to kill idolatrous gentiles (nor, in fact, any gentiles who
    don’t obey the 7 Noachide commandments), it is nevertheless forbidden to save their
    lives. The exact Halachic status of a gentile who doesn’t practice idolatry as defined
    above (and who also can be considered as fulfilling in practice the other Noachide
    commandments), yet who declares himself to be an atheist or agnostic is not entirely
    clear, though from some sources it appears that he too should be considered an
    Maimonides, Laws of Repentance chapter 3
    Maimonides, Laws of Idolatry chapter 2
    Maimonides, Laws of Kings chapter 8
    Tosephta on Tractate Bava Metziah (Leiberman edition) 2:33
    Maimonides, Laws of Murder and Saving Lives chapter 4
    Maimonides, Laws of Apostates chapter 3
    Maimonides Laws of Testimony 11:10
    Tur Yoreh Deah 158
    Beit Yosef Yoreh Deah 158
    Shulchan Aruch Yoreh Deah 158
    Shach Yoreh Deah 158
    Chazon Ish, Yoreh Deah 13:16
    Rabbi Abraham Isaac HaKohen Kook, Igrot Hara’ayah
    Responsa Tzitz Eliezer part 8, section 15, pamphlet Meshivat Nafesh chapter 5

  • hvaiallverden

    After watching the asylum witch is what I define, the Imperial banana republics pack of foreign policy spokes person chafing up stupidity’s, lies and forgery’s, drool them selfs into corners, and barking mad sentawhores as InsaneMcain running loose, Kerry have been somehow been underestimated, and to then deliver some sanity from what basically is barking stupidity in rhetoric so it can be taken seriously, even when its so lame even the Russians face must hurt trying their best to not roar of laughter.

    Yeah, I even supirce me self from time to time, And the Kerry poopping froth right now is much better than the only half way sane one in the entire pack of impisses.

    Cheers, hehe, have an nice year.


  • Freespirit

    My question is,”What’s the catch, John”, oh and by the way, “Admin”, Israel is NOT a nation.

    It is a part of Palestinian land, stolen by those FALSE.Khazarian Jews, which they arrogantly call “israel”

  • People should really understand how much the #BDS movement has done to force this issue (the violations of international law by the Zionist invader-occupiers of Palestine) into the public consciousness.

    I accepted the premises of that movement in 2005, when it was in its infancy (relatively speaking: people more morally aware than I am, had been doing so for a long time before that).

    That said, it has almost no bearing on my life: the only things I might ever buy that could be conceivably be produced in Occupied Palestine (by which I mean all of Palestine) are tahini and blood oranges (and when I lived in France, the sweet potatoes).

    So my ‘vigilance’ only needs to be limited: it’s almost too ‘cruisy’ to be considered activism.

    The only discomfort (these days) arises when I ask the ‘Dead Sea’ “cosmetics” stall people if they could withstand scrutiny from immigration checks (they are actually there to collect DNA and fingerprints, which is why they push products into your hands that they know you wouldn’t buy).

    During the first half of the past decade-and-a-bit, participation in #BDS has gone from something that meant you were labelled an anti-Semite or a neo-Nazi or a racist… these days I discuss it over lunch with my partner’s parents and there is no social unease whatsoever.

    AND THAT, people, is why politicians of all stripes all over the developed world are slowly taking baby steps toward removing their support for the invader-occupiers: not because it’s the right thing to do, but because they realise that there is no profit in it for them.

    Adelson, Saban and the like are old enough that they will die within a decade, and the ‘next generation’ of pro-Zionist oligarchs pretty much doesn’t exist (the pro-Zionist crown now are all political apparatchiks looking to get some crumbs from the existing oligarchs’ tables: they are not rich enough to matter). That means that there is no gravy train to Zion for the politicians from the start of the 2020s.

    Politicians sniff the wind, and if it is no longer profitable for them to back the inevitable loser, they will switch allegiance as soon as they can without seeming too hasty, and only after ensuring that the lifetime consequences for them are almost zero (this is why Obama and Kerry gave Netanyahu the finger on their way out the doorthe dirt that organised political Zionism has on them no longer matters).

    And up-and-coming politicians are more savvy about letting their hair down in any location where the events might be caught on tape: this undermines the primary source of ‘discipline management’ that has held the likes of Clinton, Blair and Bush in line for two decades.

    “First, they ignore you; then, they laugh at you; then, they fight you; then… you win.”