December 6, 2012, - 4:56 pm
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.
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.
Tags: Abu Mazen, Israel, Jews, Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian Statehood, Shimon Peres, UN, United Nations