December 6, 2012, - 4:56 pm

SCHMUCK: Israeli Prez Shimon Peres Praises Abbas’ “Courage” in UN Palestinian Statehood Bid

By Debbie Schlussel

As I’ve noted previously on this site, Shimon Peres is a creep and a disaster for Israel. He’s been lurking in and around Israeli politics for decades with the single goal of taking Israel down from within. He did it as Israeli Prime Minister and now, again, as Israel’s President. He was the architect behind the Oslo Accords, which he pushed then-Israeli Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin into signing and which cost Israel thousands of lives and years of terrorist attacks. He’s also behind the other disasters, such as the “Road Map” for peace, the “two-state solution,” and so on, all of which made Israel ever weaker. Yet, he manages to have a 209 lives in Israeli politics and keeps coming back from the dead. And, now, this schmuck is praising Palestinian President-for-Life Mahmoud Abbass–the paymaster of the Munich Olympic terrorists, who has a Ph.D. in Holocaust denial–as “courageous” and “still a partner for peace,” despite this scumbag Abbas’ continued support for Islamic terrorism and his semi-successful statehood bid at the United Nations.

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Shimon Peres: The Hebrew “Jimmuh” Carter “Respects” the “Courage” of Mahmoud Abbas & Palestinian Statehood

Can’t say I’m surprised by this because it’s Peres’ way. He’s always making excuses for and doing the bidding of Islamic terrorists, including Abbas. Now, he’s even complimenting and making excuses for him–and saying he trusts Barack Obama, which he’s said before because, after all, he’s the Israeli version of Obama and Jimmy Carter mixed into one complete a-hole. Disgusting:

Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas is still a “serious partner” for peace despite his successful bid for UN non-state membership, Israeli President Shimon Peres told AFP in an exclusive interview on Thursday. . . .

“I still believe he’s a serious partner and a serious man and I have respect for him.”


Abbas, he said, had shown “courage” by seeking the status upgrade at the United Nations in the face of strong opposition from Israel and the United States, which say a Palestinian state can emerge only out of bilateral talks.

“He has shown courage not only by going to the United Nations, which I think — from a point of view of time — was the wrong time, but he stood up and said ‘I am against terror, I am for peace’,” the Israeli president said.

PUH-LEEZE. Abbas never said that and certainly never meant it. He’s been supportive of West Bank-based attacks on Jews ever since he’s been President. He’s named streets and parks and town squares after terrorist murderers. He’s repeatedly met with his terrorist rivals in HAMAS to merge with them. And, like his mentor and dead buddy Yasser Arafat, Abbas a/k/a Abu Mazen says one thing to the Western press and another to Muslims.

And Peres goes on in his sob story over this terrorist:

“He felt he was abandoned by us, by America, by Europe by the rest of the world and he wanted to do something.”

Cry me a river. Where’s my violin?

It gets worse:

While Netanyahu has pushed Washington to take a stronger line on Tehran, and warned that Israel cannot rely on anyone else to ensure its security, Peres said he trusted US President Barack Obama.

“President Obama is a serious man, I trust what he said… he cannot permit that Tehran will have a bomb, neither can the Europeans… Even (Russian President Vladimir) Putin doesn’t want them to have a bomb.”

Are you kidding me? Putin is trading with Iran and enabling its nuclear ambitions as I write this. Peres needs to retire. He needed to retire from Israeli politics decades ago.

As my late father said when Israeli Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin was assassinated, the killer took out the wrong Israeli politician.

There is a reason that, like Obama and Arafat, Peres was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize. Only dungheads and butt-snorklers of Islamic terrorism get those awards.

Oh, and by the way, Peres’ words are stupid, too. They will only work against his bud Abbas, since the Muslim world will mistrust any of its own that gets an Israeli (even a self-hating Israeli) endorsement.

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Israel is a country that has Stupid Jews but Shimon Peres take the uber prize for moronity, cluelessness and stupidity wrapped up in one sleazy human being!

I’m not surprised by his trust in the Jew-hating world and in Islamic terrorists. The fact that he is Israel’s President at all shows the extent to which the Jewish State has declined. He is a man without a moral core or with any redeeming message.

He does not inspire pride in the Jewish people. When his time on earth is up, I hope he goes straight to hell! Evil may be rewarded in this life but in the next world we are all judged by a different standard – the standard of the Almighty!

I only pray Israel is soon rid of him!

NormanF on December 6, 2012 at 5:21 pm

How anyone of average intelligence or higher could “trust” the likes of an Obama is unfathomable to me. They’re either being disingenuous in light of his dubious parentage, nationality and citizenship status or they’re suffering from a psychosis of some sort.

DS_ROCKS! on December 6, 2012 at 6:18 pm

I am sitting back, watching. I knew the end, too.

As goes, so goes... on December 6, 2012 at 6:30 pm

I’m not even Jewish and I know what that idiot was spewing was beyond stupidity. It’s pretty damn disgusting and disgraceful if you ask me.

Well, these are indeed UBER historical times. Things will be changing (and not for the better) the world over…and this is just the beginning of the bad times.

With NO real Conservatives in power and the re-election of Obama-Putin y’all had better buckle up. When even Israelis and Jews don’t want to side with the obvious RIGHTEOUS side I don’t know what to say. I’m not budging though.

Scary. As Ray Liotta said in “Goodfellas”…”…these are the bad times.”

Skunky on December 6, 2012 at 6:35 pm

Peres is bad, Obama is bad, Ahmadinejad is bad, Netanyahu is bad, Abbas is bad, Putin is bad, Morsy is bad, the Saudis are bad. I get it everyone with any power is bad, and even those that are good will be bad if they get any power. So who or what is good anymore?

Kershaw on December 6, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    C’mon Kershaw. Cut the straddling the fence crap.

    If all those things are bad perhaps it is because they all are indeed are bad. Facts are stubborn things.

    Why don’t you post about who YOU think is good? That will really tell us definitively where you’re coming from and if you have any intellectual credibility.

    I’m not impressed so far.

    Skunky on December 6, 2012 at 7:49 pm

      Well, we could always say Vlad the Impaler was good. He had an interesting way of dealing with Ottoman Turkey;)

      Worry01 on December 6, 2012 at 11:45 pm

        He did.

        Miranda Rose Smith on December 7, 2012 at 1:58 am

      I don’t support any one person, but I prefer to only focus on where their strengths are. Anyone causing harm or that wishes harm on any other person is certainly bad. I wish that everyone can enjoy the safety and the security that living in a true democratic and free society has provided for everyone around me. Labeling people and finger pointing isn’t going to make any positive impact to my life so why should I even care.

      If my taxes go up it means I’ll have to work harder and I don’t mind that, but if those increases aren’t being properly allocated then I have an issue with that. We have a massive foreign Debt in this country and I think many fail to realize that this debt belongs to all of us. This isn’t the governments problem,this is our problem and we all literally have to pitch in. Yesterday Colorado and Washington legalized Marijuana, those states are going to profit big on that and the sector will be as prosperous as the liquor industry and those states are making 25% tax rate on the sale of their kush.

      Kershaw on December 7, 2012 at 2:40 am

        Kershaw, you have ZERO credibility. Your post could have been better written by a 14 year old girl with Unicorns and Justin Bieber posters on her wall. And the Kardashians on her plasma TV.

        If you’re so focused on the “strengths”, why did you whine in your initial post? That’s not strong!

        You posted crap that goes w/out saying for the well informed and intelligent. Informed and strong fighters know their enemy and fight strategically with facts backing them up.

        You named NOTHING but feelings. FAIL! Put up of STFU. Who do you stand behind?

        Skunky on December 7, 2012 at 10:15 am

          I don’t stand behind anyone especially not those that label themselves as liberal or conservative. I find all religions essentially have the same foundation, but through history and time, all organized religions have become a sham. Anyone that identifies themselves as a crusader, a jihadist or a zionist is anti-peace and even though their ideologies might be different, all three are willing to kill to achieve their own agendas and that’s sickening.

          Skunky, you’re do quick to judge me based on a few sentences written on here!! My point is that I can only stand behind those who are around me and how they impact me and my family directly I could care less if they’re Jewish, Hindu, Muslim or Buddhist. Each person is their own individual and if every individual can positively contribute to those surrounding them without any labels or prejudice then everyone benefits.

          Kershaw on December 7, 2012 at 4:15 pm

          Gosh Kershaw, I’d say you’re all hat and no cattle but you don’t even have the hat!

          Thanks for that bread sandwich you keep serving up. Ain’t nothin’ more exciting than a bread sandwich *Kermit the frog frown*.

          Kershaw, I don’t give a damn about atheists as long as they are not trying to squash good religions with their bad religion but let me tell you lately I believe that atheism is just another dose of NARCISSISM and I have had my fill of narcissism these days.

          You do desire to WANT to know something but the trouble is your tank is empty. You can’t learn by osmosis. Time to put some meat in that sandwich of yours.

          Skunky on December 7, 2012 at 6:29 pm

    Kershaw: Take heart. There are many idealistic Israelis who believe strongly in the Jewish state, as well as the destiny of the Jewish people. And they are gaining in numbers and politicial influence. Will they morph into business-as-usual politicians once they are elected? It’s possible, but I have hope that the idealists will stay committed to their ideals, and act accordingly. Watch for many new, right-wing names to be admitted to the Israeli parliment following the January 22, 2013, general election.

    Phil on December 7, 2012 at 11:09 am

    Bibi has no place in your list.He’s the only leader who has spoken out against the other shmucks in the list. But, he needs to be more like Avigdor Lieberman on the nonsense about ANY two-state solution. There is no peace process. There is only a war process.

    Now that the UN, once again, violated its charter and its security council resolution 181 and 242, Israel should annex the West Bank, and remove all of Hamas the next time a rocket is fired from Gaza.

    Dr. Ron Polland on December 9, 2012 at 12:13 am

Peres is so senile it’s a wonder anybody is listening to him. The Europeans and LIB media love him! Yet for all their love, you’ll never see Peres’ name in a news article preceded with the words “Nobel Prize Winner…”. The LIB media will not acknowledge this.

There is NO Santa Claus on December 6, 2012 at 9:01 pm

Nearest I can figure Peres is a case study of an intelligent man so moronated in delusion he’s incapable of learning from experience.

lee, of the lower case "l" on December 6, 2012 at 9:13 pm

Peres is the poster child for the Israeli opportunist.
Along with the Nobel Peace Prize came his son’s exclusive
Apple franchise.
He and his family are billionaires and probably have as
much stock in Apple and Ms. Piggy{Hillary}.

Commander Zero on December 6, 2012 at 10:02 pm

All great comments but one that was mediocre.

I just about puked when I read Peres’ remarks. Talk about taking Israel back several steps, Peres does it better than anyone.

How can the Israeli government let this fool anywhere near a reporter, a microphone or any avenue where he can elaborate his foolish views? Can you imagine any other country having such a senior buffoon who makes such ridiculous headlines and yet who has consistent access to the world’s media?

Peres is a subplot to all of Israel’s issues and I sure hope he disappears from the scene sooner than later.

Barry on December 6, 2012 at 10:47 pm

Peres is such a fool, he probably still thinks that Arafat was a peace partner and wishes that he were still alive and leader of the Fakestinians. (As I recall, he made excuses for Arafat as late as a year after he died in a similar way as he did today for Abbas.)

I wish Peres would go away.

JeffE on December 6, 2012 at 11:26 pm

I was reading about these latest remarks by Peres earlier today and just had to shake my head. But it’s not surprising. He’s made not just a political but an emotional commitment to his vision of a “New Middle East” and the peace process, and he’s not about to give it up.

One shouldn’t overlook Peres’ work in Israel’s first decades in building up his country’s strategic industries, the arms pipeline to Europe, and the nuclear project. And facing the hyperinflation of the mid-1980s, he worked with others to stabilize the economy. By then he was about 65 years old. Had he retired and left the political scene, he would have left respected as an elder statesman. But no, he insisted on giving us a very different, more damaging Act Two: Oslo.

I’ll never forget an interview he did with Charlie Rose during the darkest days of the last Palestinian terror wave in 2001 or 2002. Rose asked Peres if, in retrospect he would have done things differently. (He, together with his protege Beilin, cooked up the Oslo Accords behind Rabin’s back, then presented him with a fait accompli.) When he answered “No”, I nearly fell off my chair. How could *anyone* not see that handing over guns and Israeli territory to Arafat, and imposing a PLO dictatorship over that territory, was the greatest strategic blunder in modern Israeli history?

But none of that prevented that old socialist from living a very good life, complete with luxury apartment in Tel Aviv (which reportedly sold for millions). He did well by the Peres “Peace Center” too. But his son, owner of that exclusive Apple franchise (iDigital) has made out like a bandit. As an Apple stockholder, I look forward to the day Apple has their own Store in Israel, stripping the Peres family of those monopoly profits. (Apple now has their own development facility in Israel after buying Anobit, so it might happen.)

Raymond in DC on December 6, 2012 at 11:52 pm

Judges 21:25 – 21:25 In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.

A whole lot of nothing good” followed

Jack on December 7, 2012 at 12:31 am

It is amazing that he is still around. He should move to the West Bank.

Worry01 on December 7, 2012 at 1:37 am

Only dungheads and butt-snorklers of Islamic terrorism get those awards.

Dear Debbie: Do you really think Elie Wiesel is a dunghead and/or a butt-snorkler of Islamic terrorism?

What about Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King, Jr., Albert Schweitzer, Carl von Ossietzky, Jane Addams and Theodore Roosevelt? May they all rest in peace.

My biggest gripe with the Nobel Peace Prize is that Dorothy Day never won. I suspect it was because those men her soup kitchen fed, during the Depression, would have been pretty Archie Bunkerish if they’d had homes and jobs, and the Nobel Peace Prize committee hates working class, white, Anglo-Saxon men. Quite possibly, that’s why the Salvation Army never won. Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton were both alive, very old ladies, but alive, when the Nobel Peace Prizes started to be given. I suspect they didn’t win because, again,
the soldiers they nursed were working class, white, Anglo-Saxon men.

MRS: Yes, Elie Wiesel is a major dunghead and butt-snorkler of Islamic terrorism, and he uses his status as a Holocaust survivor to do it, which is even worse. Get a clue on him. As for the others, they got the award a long time ago. We’re talking about the late 20th and early 21st centuries here. Time for you to get with it. DS

Miranda Rose Smith on December 7, 2012 at 1:54 am

I’ve had Israeli friends tell me that Peres’s name should be Dardas (Smurf.)

Miranda Rose Smith on December 7, 2012 at 1:57 am

Debbie, I agree w/ your father: Rabin was a lot less toxic than Peres. Even Ehud Barak learnt a lesson, but Peres never did

Infidel on December 7, 2012 at 6:15 am

Shimone Peres has always seemed to relish saying and doing things that undermined the policy of Israel’s leaders.

One of his last acts in political leadership of the Labor Party was the formation of a “National Unity Government”. This government had one strict rule: “No negotiations with the PA under fire.” As long as the rockets and suicide bombers kept coming, the Israeli government would not negotiate with the PA.

By the end of the National Unity Government’s rule, Peres was going out of his way to meet with PA leaders in Europe thus breaking all discipline of the NUG agreement. All the while, the rockets and suicide bombers kept coming.

Shimone Peres couldn’t maintain discipline because he couldn’t be “top dog” in a National Unity Government. He has done this time and time again, to his own Labor Party members as well as those of other political parties.

The only thing Peres has ever seemed good for is that the Europeans love the guy. As such, there have been times when Peres has been a useful Israeli emissary to Europe. That does NOT mean he should be Europe’s emissary to Israel and that is where he routinely screws up.

There is NO Santa Claus on December 7, 2012 at 8:28 am

Forget Susan Rice. Forget John (Lurch) Kerry. Now we know. Peres will renounce his Israeli citizenship, become an American citizen and be nominated for Sec/State by Obambi. Don’t laugh. Peres has all the two major qualifications needed. 1. He ‘Trusts” Obambi and will obviously do his bidding. 2. He is pro-Abbas, therefore pro-palestinian, therefore, by further extension of his thinking, pro hesbollah/hamas, etc. Vidkun Quisling lives on – in Israel and here in the United States.

Today is the 71st anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Let us remember aleays the heroic acts of that day and through the ensuing war for civilization. I shudder as to what would (Will) happen if we are attacked today…..Pray for our nation.

herbster on December 7, 2012 at 8:59 am

Don’t overlook one thing about Peres. He’s made a bundle of money (most of it illegal) through his association with various Arab buddies in high positions. Pandering to rich Arabs often pays off. Peres’s counterpart in this country is Mayor Bloomberg, an absolute idiot in all respects other than making money.

Jerry G on December 7, 2012 at 9:37 am

gee that guy should be put in a nut house

martin on December 7, 2012 at 9:50 am

Okay Debbie, but here’s the good news: Perez is a failed politician and occupies an appointed post with very little actual power. More and more Israelis are beginning to understand that Oslo is, and always was, a fraud and a joke at Israel’s expense. Recent politicial trends inside Israel are encouraging. The Left is a shadow of its former self, and shows no sign of revival. The Right, both secular and religious, is in ascendence. I think the January 22 general Israeli election will bring some surprising results. I think Israel is transitioning from the old way of appeasing its enemies to a new pragmatism which will seek decisive victory over its enemies instead. Stay tuned.

Phil on December 7, 2012 at 11:05 am

You all have it prety well figured out, BUT you all don’t have the “missing” ingredient and that is the Lord Jesus Christ. With Jesus we get to go to Heaven someday but without Jesus you all go to an eternal hellfire to burn there forever and forever. Why you all would want to go to hell with Arafat and Hilter and Saddam Husein and all burn there together forever is beyond me to understand!!

Last word on December 7, 2012 at 5:12 pm

    Take your BS and make a pig out of it with
    Obama’s head.
    Then email it to the Muslim Brotherhood.
    They need a good reason to slaughter their own.

    piers moron on December 7, 2012 at 9:45 pm

And here I thought that the US conerned the market on old doddering windbag politicians who need to go away. It looks like Israel has a real doozy on it’s hands with Peres. Oy vey!

Ken b on December 7, 2012 at 6:52 pm

Peres basically has the idea that modern man has outgrown violent conflict.
Nice idea but if you don’t want to be part of the illusion then you are part of the problem as far as fools like him are concerned.
No amount of rocket strikes that one day may carry unknown payloads and no amount of terrorism will ever convince him otherwise in fact they convince him only of the necessity of surrender. If that surrender has to be negotiated on terms that please Abbas then that does not concern him.

The fact that Abbas may not be a trustworthy bargainer does not concern him, that would require a value judgment and leftists are incapable of making value judgments on people they see to be disadvantaged. Value judgments can only be made on those who are at an advantage or in power. This is because the only moral directive for a leftist is equality and all other values are ultimately subordinate to it. In fact any value that does not serve the greater purpose of equality must be shown to be a hypocritical artifice of those in power and must be constantly undermined. Even if that value is the state of Israel itself.

If one understands leftists in this simplistic way then you understand the whole of them. As clever or stupid as they may be in disguising themselves they have always the great leveling in mind because for them this is an end in itself.

Frankz on December 8, 2012 at 11:43 am

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