September 18, 2014, - 3:35 pm

Top Obama Official Who Pressured Israel Got $15 Mlln Payoff From HAMAS Financier

By Debbie Schlussel

Barack Obama’s top official in charge of pressuring Israel to give in to HAMAS received nearly $15 million dollars from HAMAS’ top financier.

martinindykobamasmiling.jpg

hamasterrorist.jpg

Obama’s HAMAS Pimp Martin Indyk Got $15 Million HAMAS Payoff

Martin Indyk (or as I’ve always liked to more appropriately call him, Martin (In)dick) was Obama’s and John Kerry’s top diplomat in charge of forcing Israel to “make peace” with HAMAS and the Palestinians and shove all kinds of concessions down Israel’s throat that would be the death of the Jewish State. But, for once, Binyamin Netanyahu, stood tough against him, and (In)dick resigned to return to liberal think tank, Brookings, where he is a top official. And in exchange for his service to HAMAS against Israel, (In)dick was given $14.8 million from Qatar, HAMAS’ top financier (and also ISIS’ top hostage ransom payer). The New York Times reported this (without, of course, noting Qatar’s role in HAMAS financing), and few noticed.

For those of you not familiar with Indyk, he is one of the many self-hating, anti-Israel Jews to come out of AIPAC–the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, otherwise fraudulently known as “the pro-Israel lobby.” Indyk has company in several fellow former AIPAC employees Wolf Blitzer (now at CNN) and M.J. Rosenberg (another friend of Obama and, until recently, a part of Media Matters) who once pretended to be supporters of Israel but are now cheerleaders for its Muslim enemies. He came to the U.S. as an immigrant from Australia. AIPAC helped him get the visa, and now this schmuck has U.S. citizenship. Indyk was born in England (thus, the extremely awful teeth).







Indyk was one of the founders of the pro-Israel, AIPAC-allied Washington Institute for Near East Policy. But, then, he joined the Clinton Administration and has been anti-Israel ever since, constantly trying to shove bad agreements and concessions down Israel’s throat and at times succeeding (see the Oslo Accords, which he pushed and to which Oslo negotiator Caroline Glick acquiesced–now she pretends to be tough, but never was when it counted). In exchange for pimping Israel on these disastrous concessions, Bill Clinton twice made this hideous creep and JINO (Jew In Name Only) the U.S. Dumbassador to Israel. And, then, Barack Obama appointed him to a special envoy position in charge of pimping Israel again. But, like I said, Netanyahu told him where to go, and he resigned in frustration, going to Brookings and getting the nearly $15 mill from his HAMAS funding partner buddies in Qatar.

Whenever you see an anti-Israel diplomat in ANY administration–Democrat OR Republican, follow the money and see the ultimate payoffs

Martin Indyk is among the biggest whores for Islam and Islamic terrorism’s patrons. And their johns get their money’s worth. They always do.

Despite all this, the left-wing morons who’ve appointed themselves to the leadership of Jewish communities across America continue to invite and pay this whore tens of thousands of dollars to hear his pretensions on Israel and the Middle East.

They’d save money if they just watched Qatar’s other financial project, Al-Jazeera. The same opinions are spouted there as emanate from Indyk’s ugly mouth.

By the way, when Hillary Clinton becomes Prez, watch for the return of (In)dick. He’ll be baaaaack, just like Freddy Kruger and Jason, except a whole lot scarier.

Related Posts with Thumbnails
Print Friendly, PDF & Email




Tags: , , , , , , , , ,


29 Responses

Martin Indyk is a member of the Counsel on Foreign Relations (CFR), just like Obama and Clinton. The CFR is anti-Israel and always has been. Any affiliation with the CFR means that the individual is no good. It’s a simple litmus test. And it works every time.

Ralph Adamo on September 18, 2014 at 3:50 pm

The US government is infested in high places with rats like Martin the Dick. They are appointed and never go away unless they resign.

Obama’s reference to ISIL rather than ISIS is propaganda for the CFR, HAMAS, the MB and the other anti-Israeli groups since the “L” for Levant represents an area of the Middle East that includes of all countries Israel.

Does Obama mean Israel is an enemy?

By G_d he does.

Panhandle on September 18, 2014 at 4:16 pm

Debbie you are very special. Both for reporting these types of things, and in colorful descriptions.

Reading you gives one both an education and a smile.

I_AM_ME on September 18, 2014 at 4:45 pm

Thanks for this information DS about Mr. Indyk, I’ll be honest, I’ve never heard of this guy until just now, but I’ll do some research on this dude and his credentials.

And it’s just completely impossible to make peace with those who wants to see your physical eradication, apparently, Mr. Indyk has NEVER once read the “Hamas Chapter”, where it calls for total genocide of Jewish people, not only in Israel, but across the world as well.

Sean R. on September 18, 2014 at 5:06 pm

Forgive me, I meant to say, the “Hamas Charter” not the “Hamas Chapter”, sorry for my Freudian-slip guys.

Sean R. on September 18, 2014 at 5:07 pm

Indyk’s influence is limited, it appears to Israel. We’re now fighting on behalf of Iranian-backed Islamic terrorists in Iraq against Islamic terrorists there backed by Qatar and Turkey.

Why, I haven’t the foggiest idea. What’s the diff between the bad guys over there? They all hate us even though they all hate each other there and we will never get credit for saving one side versus the other.

But that’s the Middle East.

NormanF on September 18, 2014 at 5:17 pm

I don’t think Hamas paid him out of their own pocket. I think they recycled funds already illegally channelled to them by Obama inc. Same for Qatar.
That’s gangster.

japple on September 18, 2014 at 5:31 pm

Japple,

Apologists for Islam are all paid by Qatar. John Esposito and similar idiots. Like Debbie wrote, all you have to do is follow the money.

And they’re not going to do anything to offend the hand that feeds them.

NormanF on September 18, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    This I will not question. I only question if they pay out of their own petro dollars as a matter of principle.

    japple on September 18, 2014 at 5:42 pm

Hillary Clinton ain’t gonna be prez.

FriedKitchen on September 18, 2014 at 5:38 pm

If media matters a.k.a Obama inc. were pretending to be friends of Israel then they didn’t have to pretend too hard. Pretence is appreciated amongst the pretentious.

japple on September 18, 2014 at 5:39 pm

No Dyk is only a symptom of the Oslo systematic disease process. Incidentally, don’t think that he will enjoy much of that blood money anyway. It will take a team of exceptionally gifted dentists and oral surgeons way more than $15 million to transform those rat teeth into anything remotely human appearing if that’s possible.

DrBob1961 on September 18, 2014 at 5:46 pm

Obama now has congressional support for his Islamic State victory against Assad. We’ll see where the chips fall after that.

japple on September 18, 2014 at 5:48 pm

It is always darkest before the dawn, but we shall survive these vermin and kapos.

Occam's Tool on September 18, 2014 at 8:10 pm

If Hillary doesn’t hire him though, he can always go to work for Joe Biden.

Little Al on September 19, 2014 at 3:34 am

In a strange way, I am almost relieved. Is it better that they sell out for money instead of destroying Israel based on “principle?” At least now we know that they have a price.

salt1907 on September 19, 2014 at 7:27 am

I believe we Jews have a historical precedent which is celebrated in December on how to effectively deal with people like Outdick, MJ the DJ, Blitzman, Tommy Freakman, etc.
Also – doesn’t Brookings have its second office in Qatar?
And btw, thanks about the CFR info. More people need to know more about this org and who belongs to it.

Not Ovenready on September 19, 2014 at 8:10 am

Indyk, one of James A. Baker’s “Jew boys” is the gift that just keeps giving.

skzion on September 19, 2014 at 9:10 am

Debbie you’re a saint. Conservative media has been constructing articles on this that entire obfuscate what was going on. You’ve spelled it out so very clearly here exactly what occurred.
Keep up the awesome work. It’s greatly appreciated.

Lance on September 19, 2014 at 1:14 pm

DS knows the score. She knows at this time “Cankles” is gonna be the next Prez in spite of her sociopathy, inability to do ANY good and her glaring track record of filth and lies. Saw that at the end and knew she’d know what is coming up. Good on her!

Anyone who thinks Cankles is a great person should be sent directly to Behghazi. Who needs numbskulls like that and throwing them to the dirty Jihadis will save an innocent life?

I’m definitely not afraid of doom and gloom but I’d rather look at positive things but there are just none at this time. The hatred for Israel and the incessant bending over for Islam is a big clue that these are NOT good time.

So be it. I’m gonna make sure I’m on the right side!

Skunky on September 19, 2014 at 1:47 pm

This iterally made me feel sick. And wtf is wrong with Kerry for attempting to strong arm Israel into allowing Qatar & Turkey to mediate the cease fire? Qatar who funds Hamas by the millions. Indyk is the scum of the earth.

Nancy Brenner on September 19, 2014 at 2:58 pm

    Yeah, and the administration slammed Israel for criticizing the US advancing the Qatar/Turkey position in its ceasefire discussions. Never mind that Egypt, Saudi Arabia and even the PA were similarly critical of the US draft; nary a negative word was said about them.

    Raymond in DC on September 23, 2014 at 2:35 pm

The same Qatar that was Bush’s favorite ally in the region. Note that I said Bush’s, not the US’s. The same Qatar that is one of the main backers of the Syrian Sunnis a.k.a. ISIS

Infidel on September 19, 2014 at 11:14 pm

In 2008, I was at the AIPAC policy conference and noted that there was an Al-Jazeera camera and reporter there. I said: “What the heck are YOU doing here!” He said: “I’ll have you know that Al Jazeera has a practicing Orthodox Jew on our reporting staff.” I said: “That doesn’t answer my question. You seem more than a little out-of-place.”

So I went on my merry way since there were so many people I hadn’t seen in ages to attend to.

Many of us in AIPAC (I still pay yearly dues) wonder why that organization is not more vocally confrontational with the Administration. I know AIPAC likes quiet diplomacy, but the excesses by this administration have been extreme.

It makes me wonder if some money from “the oil pipeline” has found its way into AIPAC. Or, perhaps the organization has simply been de-fanged by the Bush Administration’s bogus “spying charge” against Steve Rosen.

Martin Indyk isn’t the only former AIPAC insider who “went bad” on Israel. Since the 1980’s, I’ve noticed too many AIPAC “leaders” leveraging their work in AIPAC to search for bigger and better positions in the Democratic and/or Republican party. In fact, the number of pro-Israel activists playing this game sickens me.

As aggravating as it is most former AIPAC leaders stay loyal to Israel. Some end up making compromises, but it takes a real pig like Indyck to use his AIPAC credentials to line his pockets with blood money from terrorists.

I know M.J. Rosenberg. Living in Chicago, I knew he was looking for connections to the machine. That he would take it so far as to jump in bed with Barack O’Bama is pretty shameful. Rosie introduced O’Bama to the 2008 AIPAC policy conference. To his credit, O’Bama DID pledge an undivided Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty. We all know how that pledge turned out.

Deb: Thank you for writing this column. As I always say: It’s always the stinkin’ money.

In a way, it’s nice to know Indyck was bought off. In his heart, he knows he committed a sin.

There is NO Santa Claus on September 21, 2014 at 12:38 pm

    TINSC, why do you still support AIPAC? I mean, how miserable does the performance of a group have to be before you give it the heave-ho?

    Further, AIPAC is not a “pro-Israel” group but a “pro-Israeli-elite” group. If it were the former, it would constantly be at odds with Israel’s leaders.

    I don’t see what ANY Jewish group now existing does to benefit Jews as a whole.

    skzion on September 22, 2014 at 8:04 pm

The comment about Caroline Glick was out of place. Oslo was under Rabin and Glick had no position of influence as she just moved to Israel after graduating from Columbia and was in the IDF. Back to Indyk – he is a constant leaker to the uber left-wing and anti-Zionist Haaretz.

R: Caroline Glick brags on her bio that she was an Oslo negotiator. She can’t have it both ways. She says she negotiated this absolutely disastrous deal that cost many Jews their lives. She has their blood on her hands. Makes no difference whether or not she just graduated from college. If she wants to wear this badge–and clearly she does–it’s not a badge of honor. It’s a badge of shame. DS

Repeat on September 21, 2014 at 11:08 pm

    I’m looking at the liner jacket of Glick’s “Shackled Warrior” where she notes she was “a core member of Israel’s negotiating team with the PLO” in the last three years of her military service, which would be 1994-1996 or a bit later. The Oslo Accords were already signed in ’93, so she had nothing to do with them.

    She may be “bragging” to buff her credentials, but I doubt she was more than a military officer (at most a captain) tasked with working out, as part of that “negotiating team”, the details and implementation of an agreement made by folks at a much higher pay grade. That was her job, and I see no reason almost 20 years later to be holding it against her.

    Raymond in DC on September 23, 2014 at 2:48 pm

As it happens, one prominent but very liberal Conservative synagogue in Washington, DC has a tradition of hosting a guest speaker on Yom Kippur afternoon during the break between the morning and late afternoon prayer services. It’s rarely a Jewish scholar, more typically a “famous Jew” involved in some social or political matter, occasionally the Israeli ambassador.

This year the guest speaker is … Martin Indyck, along with a woman who worked with him in the Israel-Palestine policy office. So we know we’re not going to get more than the Obama/Kerry/Indyck perspective on why the “peace process” failed. (No doubt “Israel wasn’t serious about peace”, failed to make enough concessions, announced some building construction, or some such nonsense.)

Raymond in DC on September 23, 2014 at 2:58 pm

Leave a Reply

* denotes required field