October 6, 2009, - 3:46 pm

Her, Again: “Putin, Mid-East Leaders Scared of My Brooches”; Pinhead Diplomacy

By Debbie Schlussel

Call it the “brooch strategy for world domination.”  It’s a bizarre fantasy of a really annoying, has-been woman who harmed America internationally, a decade ago, and is desperate to stay “relevant” and out there.  I’m talking about Madeleine Albright’s silly new picture book, “Read My Pins:  Stories From a Diplomat’s Jewel Box.”  A better title:  “Pinhead Diplomacy.”

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I’ve never believed, unlike the conventional wisdom, that someone’s internal plumbing is cause for great praise and awe.  And that includes when that plumbing becomes Secretary of State.  Especially when the chick involved has a weird obession with believing that world leaders actually care about her jewelry.  Here’s a hint:  they don’t.

When she was picked as the first “female” U.S. Secretary of State, it was a bad omen.  Including Albright, we’ve had three “female” Secretaries of State–all of them extremely liberal, very anti-Israel and pro-Palestinian, and all way out of their very shallow depth–disastrously so (not to mention all of them, quite masculine and not at all attractive).  Yup, that includes Albright, Condoleeza “Condi Clueless” Rice, and, now, Hillary Clinton.

But now that we’re on our third inept, aging anti-Western ugliness in the State Department, it’s really no big deal that there’s a “woman” atop the America-hating offices at Foggy Bottom.  And so, Madeleine Albright–with no claim to fame other than that she was a “woman” (only her Ob/Gyn doc knows for sure) and that she pretended she didn’t know of her Jewish heritage–has nothing left to brag about, no reason to keep her in the sun.  And she craves attention, not to mention more high-paying speaking engagements from her Gulf State Arab Muslim buddies.

Therefore, this FoY (Friend of Yasser) has written a book about the 300 items in her brooch collection and how she believes these scared or disturbed world leaders with her stupid pins.  The thing is, many of the pins are beautiful.  The other thing is, guys–including world leader guys–are completely distracted from that when they notice the ugly, hateful mug wearin’ em, not the adornments surrounding it.  Unless they’re gay . . . like a certain terrorist who died of AIDS.

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Albright claims, among other inanities in her book, that she “Put It to Putin” with one of her silly pins, according to People, which calls her dumb jewelry collection, “A Diplomat’s ‘Arsenal.'”  (Um, if that’s America’s arsenal, we’re in heap big trouble.  If only that were Iran’s sole arsenal.)

[Albright] wore this “hear no evil, see no evil” set to protest the Russian president’s denial of atrocities in Chechnya.  “He wasn’t happy.”

albrightseenoevilThink This Stupid Pin Really Upset Vladimir Putin?

Does anyone really think Putin noticed her pins or cared?  It’s more likely he wasn’t happy because he had to spend an extended period of time with a shrewish American ugly chick who wouldn’t shut up (the same ugly one who invited Arafat on a weekend peace talks “date” at her farm).

Shto Etoh Ugly Amerikanka? [What is this ugly American?  Yes, “ugly” isn’t a Russian word, but I added it for effect.]

I highly doubt Putin was afraid of or upset by this American visitor one iota.  And BTW, his country was the victim of Chechnyan Islamic terrorist attacks (remember the Beslan massacre?  Guess who did it?  And yes, I know that took place much after Albright was SecState.).  But his country has less of them and less plotters because they know that, unlike in America, the Russians use Putin-esque force.  They won’t tolerate Islamic uprisings and don’t celebrate them by offering diversity training courses to kids and having them eat falafel “food  of the world” during Ramadan for better “understanding” of these nice people and their tasty food.

This idiotette, Albright, also thought her multiple turtle pins showed the Middle East parties about her views on the pace of talks.

I had pins I wore at various points of the Middle East talks.  Mostly I wore a lot of turtles because it was very slow.

albrightsturtlesNo Wonder:  This Was Madeleine Albright’s “Middle East Peace.”

Yes, this is how America should conduct foreign policy–pretend that terrorists like Arafat are reading your stupid pins and cowering in fear of another rhinestone encrusted turtle.  Hilarious.  How many homicide bombings at Sbarro Pizza (which happened when she was atop State) did her turtles stop?

Albright is delusional, even thinking that hardened Cuban communists, like Fidel Castro, cared about her pins, one of which apparently “said” something about Cuban Americans and freedom that she and her boss, Bill Clinton, didn’t have the guts or courage to actually say in public.

In 1996 Cuba shot down two small planes flown by Cuban-Americans.  This antique pin “is a bird soaring up,” says Albright, “but I wore it head-down in honor of the fallen pilots.”

Big whoop–she wore a pin.  Hey, Juanita, the Secretary of State is wearing her bird pin upside down, so our son’s death wasn’t in vain. Chairman Fidel, that American gringo seniorita is wearing her pin upside down.  The Yankees are coming!

Earth to Madeleine:  they didn’t notice your pins.  And they didn’t care. Anyone who thinks otherwise is the very definition of a pinhead.  Sadly, we’ve had three of those for Secretary of State.  She started the trend.

G-d help us and please don’t give us a future Secretary of State who “communicates” with foreign leaders through underwear.

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27 Responses

Having a woman run foreign policy is disastrous. Even the Israelis have learned having a woman Foreign Minister wasn’t such a swell idea. International relations isn’t about being appreciated, loved or understood. Its about making the other side (as Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson once put it) respect you and try to do things your way. In Foggy Bottom, the diplomatic rule increasingly is to grovel before the other side and trying to do things their way.

Pinhead diplomacy, indeed.

NormanF on October 6, 2009 at 4:39 pm

I guess there are a couple of possibilities; one, her senility is advancing and this is a manifestation of it, or, two, that it reveals what a dilettante she is, with her ‘mind’ fluttering from topic to topic. If the second, naturally she would be an inept secretary of state, and with the inability to think logically and systematically, and see big ideas through, she would be susceptible to the prevalent leftist trash, i.e. the path of least resistance for an intellectually lazy person.

Little Al on October 6, 2009 at 4:46 pm

I should clarify: I do think women should have the opportunity and rights men do. I just observed women shouldn’t do things at which men are simply more competent. The other point here that Debbie didn’t mention and on which I have agreed on with her before is that no matriarchy has ever survived. And our country, the Free World and Israel won’t if they become soft, gentle and understanding of those who would destroy them. Feminism (and feminity) have no place in world politics.

NormanF on October 6, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    Golda Mier, Margaret Thatcher may disagree.

    Rollie Robinson on October 6, 2009 at 10:49 pm

“The other thing is, guys–including world leader guys–are completely distracted from that when they notice the ugly, hateful mug wearin’ em, not the adornments surrounding it.”

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder Debbie. And you’re mean.

Joe Schmo on October 6, 2009 at 6:09 pm

How much nuclear technology do you think Half-Bright gave the North Koreans when she met with them? Or how about satellite technology when she met with the Chi-Coms? Slick Willey and Half-Bright made a good pair, don’t you think?

Do you think the Slickster treated her like an intern? How many of you did I just make puke? Sorry, I’m just being kinda sick and twisted today.

Jarhead on October 6, 2009 at 6:38 pm

The most evil thing Albright ever stated was her answer to a question from Lesley Stahl back in 1996:

Lesley Stahl: “Speaking of US sanctions against Iraq: We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And – and you know, is the price worth it?”

Madeleine Albright: “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price – we think the price is worth it.”

Ramjordan on October 6, 2009 at 7:43 pm

    That is an interesting figure and quote. Where did you come up with it? The second Gulf War did not come about until 2003. Also, you might ask Saddam’s ghost what he did with the Oil for Food money generated at the time.

    Sorrow01 on October 7, 2009 at 3:08 am

Diplomacy is not about how you look in pictures, or your stinkin jewlery. It has a lot more to do with the muzzle velocity and accuracy of your weapons systems.

Debbie: you’re a babe!

P. Aaron on October 6, 2009 at 7:58 pm

[(not to mention all of them, quite masculine and not at all attractive).]

Obviously that’s the politics talking because most men would find Rice and Clinton very attractive.

Norman Blizter on October 6, 2009 at 10:18 pm

Arial Sharon apparently found Rice very attractive:
http://www.why-war.com/news/2001/02/05/adisarmi.html

[b]Sharon, 73, was quoted as telling a group of Israeli television journalists and executives that he found President Bush’s national security adviser so attractive when they met last summer that he could barely focus on what she was saying.[/b]

Norman Blizter on October 6, 2009 at 10:20 pm

I think Elizabeth Taylor would have brought more gravitas to the job.

George NYC on October 6, 2009 at 11:03 pm

If ever there was a war criminal, she is it.

Arius on October 6, 2009 at 11:45 pm

Albright is about as annoying as Caroline Kennedy…she tried making a comeback, and it failed miserably. Let’s hope there’s a developing trend here amongst batty liberal women.

Steve Harkonnen on October 6, 2009 at 11:46 pm

Yes, especially when they become suicide bombers later on. I can see you cheering that.

Sorrow01 on October 7, 2009 at 3:10 am

The woman is semi-delusional, as is her publisher.

Sorrow01 on October 7, 2009 at 3:11 am

By the way, Albright is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. WHICH BELIEVES BORDERS SHOULD BE ABOLISHED AND A ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT ESTABLISHED!

Bob Porrazzo on October 7, 2009 at 8:08 am

Wow, there was some serious airbrushing done on that book cover.

Blayne on October 7, 2009 at 8:33 am

This sounds like a great candidate for Oprah’s Book Club.

Jeff_W on October 7, 2009 at 12:21 pm

Foggy Bottom needs to be renamed Foggy and Stinky Bottom.

Not Ovenready on October 7, 2009 at 1:05 pm

Every single Secretary of State has been a member of the Rockefeller CFR since Jimmy Carter. They all have believed that America should be scraped for a One World Government which means they all were traitors.

Madeleine Albright was the most inept pile of excrement that was every appointed to the position and did her best to destroy America by giving our enemies everything from military secrets to nuclear material to build nukes.
The fact that she had a delusional fascination with her idiotic pins just confirms her mental illness.

PS-Only Norman Blizter would find Cankles and Condoleezza attractive and believe a Diplomatic statement from a aging politician that probably had Alzheimer’s. Madeleine Albright could have very well have been photographed for the old maid card but she would have scared most prospective purchasers away.

ScottyDog on October 7, 2009 at 1:42 pm

Hey Debbie, I’m sure that she hopes to add a little oooomph to sales of her silly book with a comment she made during an interview on CNN:”What do you expect me to put those pins on?” She was referring to some foreign politician saying she has, “firm breasts.” Uggggggggh!

MVH on October 7, 2009 at 3:32 pm

Lesley Stahl: “Speaking of US sanctions against Iraq: We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And – and you know, is the price worth it?”

Madeleine Albright: “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price – we think the price is worth it.”

The above quote by Albright was after the first Persian Gulf war. On a related note, sanctions against Iran are coming soon.

Ramjordan on October 7, 2009 at 4:16 pm

Is Self Dellusion one of the qualifications for Secretary of State…like Hillary with the “dodging bullets” tale? I see a trend here…wonder what was Condi Rice’s story…anyone?

theShadow on October 8, 2009 at 12:13 am

Let’s remember that the Kenya and Tanzania bombings were on her watch.

Even more egregious was her craven pleading with Yasser Arafat to return to the negotiating table – He and She – in the US embassy in Paris – running down the halls barefoot to beg him to return.

This from the most powerful secretary of state or minister of foreign affairs of the most powerful nation on earth.

What’s that sound? Oh, it’s the laughter of the Arab League, Hamas, Hezbollah, al Qaeda, and all the smug Eurotrash nations that foam at the mouth when they see America humbled.

Shame on her, Madeline Halfbright – she should disappear in the woodwork and never be seen nor heard from again.

Lowell Blackman on October 8, 2009 at 9:46 am

Just goes to show you, never have a whackaedemic as SoS, put a military man and you might get somewhere. As for the Russians. they know how to deal with their muzzy problem and could teach us in the West how to do it. As for Belsan, after the savages raped and killed all those innocent children, the Russians went and found the savages families and dealt with them in a most expediant manner. Hmmmm maybe we could learn from that huh? nah obummer is too concerned with bowing and scrapeing to the effing savages, this will not end well.

Drakken on October 9, 2009 at 12:14 pm

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