June 5, 2008, - 10:35 am

Your Tax $$$s Soon in HAMAS’ Hands

By Debbie Schlussel
Don’t say I didn’t warn you about this. In the past I’ve told you of various instances, in which Fatah and its leader, Palestinian Prez Mahmoud Abbas–America’s tax-funded (by 100s of millions) chosen “moderate” terrorists against HAMAS–were actually reaching out to HAMAS.
Now, even the ruse is over. Abbas is openly seeking to negotiate a reunification with HAMAS. I’ve repeatedly warned you that your tax dollars that Bush and Condi Clueless gave to Fatah would go to HAMAS, and that will surely happen. This move by Abbas just speeds it along. So this is different from a John Kerry administration, how?:

On Wednesday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called for the first time for renewed dialogue with Hamas without demanding the militant Islamic group first relinquish control of Gaza.

Fatah and HAMAS . . .


“Our” Islamic Palestinian Terrorists Unite With Theirs

Referring to the latest attempt to bridge the rift, he called for “national dialogue to implement the Yemeni initiative in all its elements, to end the internal division that harms our people, [our] cause,” Abbas made the comments in a broadcast speech to his people on Wednesday evening.
In Gaza, Hamas spokesman Taher Nunu welcomed the call for talks.
“We welcome this call by the President Abbas to launch a national dialogue, and we consider it a positive step,” he said.
Abbas said if the talks succeed, I will call for new legislative and presidential elections.

Oh, and guess who will win those elections and take control of all the infrastructure and money America gave Fatah and Abbas? I’ll give you a hint: Starts with an H, ends with an S, has an A-M-A in the middle.
Oh, and what do you think Abbas–our chosen, American-funded terrorist was talking about when he spoke of “[our] cause”? What joint cause do HAMAS and Fatah have?
For the Al-Clueless, here’s another hint: the elimination of Israel and the Jews . . . and America and the West are next on the list.
Al-Hamdillullah [Praise Allah], America helped fund HAMAS’ new (actually, old) ally.

6 Responses

Unfortunately Condi is not alone. The support for terrorism and the financing of terrorism seems to be institutionalized re both the Republicans and the Democrats. If there are any voices against financing Abbas, they are insignificant, and not leading spokespeople of either party. Not a word about this so far as I know at the AIPAC conference; Hagee was not invited; the one person who has said something about it gets denounced by McVain. The merger of these organizations won’t stop them just as Hamas’ election victory didn’t stop them. Then we’ll hear the garbage over and over again about moderate factions in Hamas and the need to gain their support by making concessions. The US is traveling down the same road that Europe is; just a little more slowly. Anti-semitism is rampant in Europe, and things are headed in that direction here; e.g. the Seattle trial in your other post today. The U.S. Jewoish misleaders and Israeli misleaders make it worse but today’s events make it very easy to understand how Hitler and Stalin were appeased not too long ago, and how supporters of these evil people had positions of influence in Western governments.

c f on June 5, 2008 at 2:13 pm

How many [expletive] times do I have to say this!
In war, you do not fund the enemy! That is not the point of warfare. You pound and siege the enemy into surrender and then negotiate – NOT FUND THEIR ACTIVITIES AND DIALOG!!!
That’s it! I’ve had it! I’m done! We’re packing up and heading to the countryside. I can’t ever trust any these fascist bureaucrats and politicians to do their duty. I have a wife and 3 kids, AND I’LL EAT A LIVE RATTLESNAKE HEAD FIRST BEFORE THEY EVER SAY “ALLAH AKBAH”!!! My house and I serve the Lord, and that’s how we’ll stay!
The feds and state steal my money, practically at gunpoint, and spend it like they’re feudal lords paying the ransom of some horde! If they’re so gutless as to hide and pay tribute to the enemy… well, I shouldn’t be suprised. Leftists are usually anti-American and pro-enemy by declaration of their religion.
Check out my blog for basic info regarding preparing your family for the worst.

bhparkman on June 5, 2008 at 10:46 pm

I knew this would be the result all along as well. How is that our leaders in the US and Israel aren’t smart enough to see the obvious? One look at the history of the past 15-20 years makes it almost impossible to conclude they money would go anywhere but into the hands of terrorists, either Fatah terrorists and HAMAS terrorists.
From the day the US started training Palestinian “police” and security forces, I knew those weapons would eventually be turned on Israelis. Those “police” certainly aren’t going to use the weapons to disarm and arrest terrorists. How can Israel, the US and the American Jewish community be so clueless?

4infidels on June 5, 2008 at 10:47 pm

Having attended the AIPAC Policy Conference, I listened to all three Presidential Candidates. I’m sorry to report that I believe ALL of them plan to pursue the same failed policies of the two preceding administrations. However, I aquired some new-found hope that American supporters of Israel can effect change. AIPAC will probably NOT be the catalyst for that change but thankfully, I met people at the conference (and in D.C. who were not at the conference) who feel as you do. Deb, please check your email.
TINSC (aka thereisnosantaclaus)

There is NO Santa Claus on June 5, 2008 at 10:52 pm

Dear bhparkman:
Here’s a little something to wet your appetite.
I met the author at the AIPAC policy conference and immediately hit it off with him. I have LONG been a proponent of his public policy proposal to require all motor vehicles in the US to run on flex fuel. Consumer CHOICE in motor vehicle fuels will quickly break OPEC’s plunder of the U.S. economy. Don’t let ANYONE tell you differently. Write your congressman TODAY.

There is NO Santa Claus on June 5, 2008 at 10:56 pm

I would write to Congressman Jim “the Prince of Utah Dems” Matheson, but we don’t get along.
Since I work for a federal agency, I got to meet all of Utah’s stooges. Matheson’s staffers at the last meeting for a local watershed and irrigation project threw a tantrum… and started throwing chairs (according to one of my bosses). And his ideas for Utah are for more public schooling and keeping nukes from killing him.
He’s acts like one of those guys that thinks guns and nukes will suddenly get up of their own accord and come after him personally.
If I write to him again, he’ll just ask for money like Oliver Twist, “I’m scared of nukes, sir. May I have some more money?”

bhparkman on June 6, 2008 at 9:37 pm

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