Muslims support Obama! Carter supports Hamas supports Obama…

A picture is better than a thousand words:


All hail the great leader!


Hamas likes Obama too:


* Hamas believes he will end isolation of terror group :

“We like Mr. Obama, and we hope that he will win the elections,” Ahmed Yousuf, Hamas’ top political adviser in the Gaza Strip, said in an exclusive interview with World Net Daily and with the John Batchelor Show on WABC Radio in New York.

* Obama quotes here


The only man in the world who can bring peace to the Middle East:

Peanut Khadr


“When I go to a dictatorship, I only have to talk to one person and that’s the dictator, because he speaks for all the people.”


* You can’t make this stuff up: this lunatic jets around the world hugging terrorists and genocidal lunatics…


* Friend of terrorists and dictators:

The former president and his wife Rosalynn Carter laid a wreath on the tomb of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in Ramallah. The wreath bore the words: “President and Mrs Carter.” …

Jew Hating Jimmy Carter to Meet Jew Hating Khaled Meshal

For Khadr, peace is just a shot away:


Pic’s thanks to Atlas

Islamic Jihad: We Refused Carter’s Request for a Meeting

Ultimately, one is left to wonder when Carter’s constant efforts to outdo his own moral stupidity will end.


4 thoughts on “Muslims support Obama! Carter supports Hamas supports Obama…”

  1. Carter is a loser bastards with a 2 inch penis suffering from microphallus. It is a damn shame he is allowed to rome the planet with such crazy views. I go pee pee on the Jihad and God Bless George Bush!

  2. Dear “Chosen” Activists:

    Below are two critical statements. One is from today with Carter ‘giving material and political’ support to the very Islamic Nazis he embraces in Hamas and Fatah and in violation of Title 18 of U.S. Code, which is also described below in a recent U.S. Supreme Ct. decision, Carter is violating and who cares less about ours laws against terrorists, when he in bed with the very people screaming ‘Death to Israel” and “Death to America.”

    What a disgrace, Carter, who recently wanted to’ apologize’ to the Jewish community, we saw as a ‘publicity stunt’ to help get his grandson elected to the Ga. legislature, but deep down Carter is still that raging Jew-hater, who will do everything to help Hamas and to oppose the Jewish nation and we have constantly opposed and exposed for being the fraud that he is.

    Jerusalem, is our Jewish Capitol for 3000 yrs. and millions of Jews were murdered for and Carter(Obama) demand be divided and given to the very Islamic Nazis who danced in the streets after ‘9/11’.

    A divided Jerusalem means the end of the Jewish state of Israel. Don’t you get what this cretan is up to and part of the Obama team doing the very same thing?

    Carter’s treachery has no bounds. While G-d gave us this land 5000 yrs. ago, we paid for, lost millions murdered for, and has the blessings of the League of Nations, this political whore, Jimmy Carter, paid by the Arabs, does his best to undermine both Israel and America with his anti-semitism and betrayals.

    “Bless Israel and be blessed. Curse Israel and be cursed.” Carter curses Israel and America is cursed.”

    Carter’s disgusting behavior and politics towards Israel is only matched by the equally appalling 444 days of Americans held hostage in Iran, because of Pres. Carter’s cowardice, ineptness and weakness and now we see Carter go after the Jewish state again, while ignoring Obama allowing Iran to get its nukes it will have within a year and use against Israel and America.

    Carter should have his passport revoked, lose his pension and Secret Serive protections and Carter should be thrown in jail for the lawbreaker and traitor he is, in igoring our laws and supporting Hamas and Fatah, ad nauseum. Why wouldn’t the terrorists continue their unrelenting attacks upon Jews, Christians, Hindus, Bhuddist, everyone they think is a ‘infidel’, when they have supporters like Jimmy Carter and Barach Obama?

    Carter aids,abets and empowers America’s and Israel’s enemies, and the American taxpayer is supposed to pick up the tab for this contemptible low life?

    I can’t find words to describe Jimmy Carter,sitting at the very table of those bent on all of our destruction and of course is doing Obama’s bidding.

    Shalom International protested Carter on 5/7/08, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, on how he sold out to the Arabs giving him monies to betray America and Israel.

    Since Oct. 2007, we have now done 380 rallies/events to “Keep Jerusalem and Israel United”; “Fight Terrorism-Support Israel” and more recently we added: “No Mosque At Ground Zero” that Obama supports while the Imam there doesn’t want Israel to exist at all. We have done 1352 news interviews as part of this most highly visible and consistant movement.

    I’m also running against Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, another sell out, who told us we could ‘trust’ Obama on Israel, which has turned out to be the biggest ‘lie’ and a huge disaster and Carter is part of this Obama team to ‘delegitimize’ Israel and see its end.

    I’m running as an ‘independent’, Dist. 20, Punch 27.

    Carter is simply doing ‘policy’ that Obama is pursuing and this is an opening volley with Carter in Gaza.

    Carter/Obama are only pushing the next war. You can’t make peace with those who want to kill you. It’s you or them. Make a decision already.

    Yours in Shalom,

    Robert Kunst

    Pres., Shalom International


    Pd. Adv. for Robert Kunst, Independent, for Congress, Dist. 20.
    Jimmy Carter, in Israel/Gaza, 10/21/10

    “The suffering here under occupation and the deprivations of people in Gaza are evidence of the improper policies of the government of Israel,” he said. “We will continue to work on a peaceful solution where the Israelis will withdraw from east Jerusalem, and let this be the capital of a Palestinian state.”

    Israel annexed east Jerusalem shortly after capturing it in the 1967 Mideast war, a move the international community does not recognize. Palestinians claim east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.

    Jimmy Carter Worries Court Ruling May Affect His Interaction With Terror Groups
    Tuesday, June 22, 2010 By Patrick Goodenough, International Editor

    ( – Former President Jimmy Carter has voiced concern that Monday’s Supreme Court ruling on “material support” to terrorist groups may criminalize his “work to promote peace and freedom.”

    Carter, whose advocacy has entailed contact with groups designated by the U.S. government as “foreign terrorist organizations” (FTOs) – notably Hamas and Hezbollah – said he was disappointed by the court decision.

    The high court, in a 6-3 decision, upheld a federal law that forbids providing “material support” to an FTO, ruling that it can be applied to U.S. organizations whose engagement with terrorists involves promoting non-violent solutions to conflicts.

    The law, part of the post-9/11 USA Patriot Act, forbids the provision of any aid, defined as including “service,” “training” or “expert advice or assistance,” to a designated FTO.

    Although the free speech challenge derived from organizations wanting to work with terrorist groups in and around Turkey and in Sri Lanka – the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and Tamil Tigers (LTTE) – the ramifications may be most evident in 2010 in the Middle East, amid growing calls for Western governments to recognize and engage with groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

    Arguing that there can be no peace in the region without those groups’ participation, Carter has reached out to Hamas and Hezbollah, rejecting criticism that doing so could be viewed as legitimizing their violent activities. Since the 1980s both groups have killed hundreds of people in suicide bombings and other terror attacks, most of them Israelis and Americans.

    The administration’s argument, presented by Solicitor General Elena Kagan (now a Supreme Court nominee) earlier this year, was in part that the intent of Congress was to block all assistance to terrorists, recognizing that any form of support – even imparting peaceful skills – might benefit and strengthen the organization.

    Six of the justices concurred.

    “At bottom, plaintiffs simply disagree with the considered judgment of Congress and the Executive that providing material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization – even seemingly benign support – bolsters the terrorist activities of that organization,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote for the majority.

    In a statement reacting to the decision, Carter said, “We are disappointed that the Supreme Court has upheld a law that inhibits the work of human rights and conflict resolution groups.”

    “The ‘material support law’ – which is aimed at putting an end to terrorism – actually threatens our work and the work of many other peacemaking organizations that must interact directly with groups that have engaged in violence,” he said.

    “The vague language of the law leaves us wondering if we will be prosecuted for our work to promote peace and freedom.”

    ‘Intent is to further peace, not terrorism’

    Carter’s statement was released through the American Civil Liberties Union, which earlier filed a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of the Carter Center and other organizations involved in human rights and peace-promotion advocacy.

    The brief outlined some of the areas where the Carter Center was concerned its work could be affected.

    “In the course of resolving or preventing conflicts, Carter Center staff will meet
    with violent actors – some of whom may be or may in the future be designated as FTOs – to persuade them to cease violent activity and discuss specific paths to peace,” it said.

    Meetings with such groups may include discussions about “peace-facilitating strategies” or advice on their “obligations under international law.”

    Some of the groups the center had been engaged with in this capacity included FTOs Hamas and Hezbollah, as well as other group not currently designated as such – the PLO, Fatah, the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda, Maoists in Nepal and Sudanese rebels.

    “The intent, of course, is to further peace, not terrorism,” the brief said.

    During elections in Lebanon and the Palestinian self-ruled territories, Carter Center observers occasionally came in contact with “members of Hezbollah’s or Hamas’ political wing.”

    It said the center’s advocacy and advising activity aims to ensure fair elections, but it was not clear whether it could be construed as prohibited “expert advice.”

    “Similarly, the Carter Center, in its advocacy efforts to achieve peace between
    Palestinians and Israelis, publicly calls for inclusion of Hamas in peace talks because Hamas represents a sizeable portion of the population and the Carter Center believes that true peace is not achievable without their active participation,” the brief said.

    “The Carter Center’s advocacy in this regard is intended to ensure an effective peace process and is wholly independent of Hamas. Nonetheless, it is unclear whether even this type of advocacy could be viewed as a prohibited service because it could be construed as action taken ‘for the benefit of’ Hamas as Hamas would presumably derive some benefit from inclusion in the peace process.”

    ‘Not meeting with Hamas makes peace harder to achieve’

    Hamas has killed hundreds of Israelis in suicide bombings, rocket assaults and other attacks since the interim Oslo peace accords were signed in 1993. It has also been responsible for the deaths of American citizens, including victims in bombings in Jerusalem in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2003.

    Carter controversially met with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal in Damascus in April 2008, despite being advised by the State Department beforehand not to do so.

    “U.S. government policy is that Hamas is a terrorist organization and we don’t believe it is in the interest of our policy or in the interest of peace to have such a meeting,” department spokesman Sean McCormack said at the time.

    Together with its partners in the Mideast Quartet, Washington’s policy on dealing with Hamas is that it will only do so if the group abandons terrorism, recognizes Israel and abides by previous Israeli-Palestinian agreements.

    “You know, I’m all in favor of dialogue, but dialogue has to have a purpose and it has to be within principles that the international community accepts,” the Bush administration’s assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, David Welch, said in an interview after the Carter-Meshaal meeting.

    “Regrettably, every attempt to kind of stray from that has produced little as a result,” he added.

    In a report on his trip, Carter defended his position: “We knew that some of our meetings – particularly with Hamas and the Syrian government – would be viewed negatively in some quarters,” he wrote. “The problem is not that we met them, but that the U.S. and Israeli governments refuse to meet with them, making peace harder if not impossible to achieve.”

    In December of 2008, Carter again met with Meshaal in the Syrian capital, at a time when Hamas’ ceasefire – an Egyptian-brokered agreement to stop firing rockets from Gaza into Israel – was crumbling. Days later it ended altogether, and Israel launched a major offensive against Hamas.

    During that December 2008 visit to the region, Carter also went to Lebanon to lay the groundwork for a Carter Center mission to observe the country’s elections scheduled for the following spring. He had hoped to meet with Hezbollah leaders but the Shi’ite group declined.

    When he returned to Lebanon during the June 2009 election, Carter did meet with a senior Shi’ite cleric long associated with Hezbollah, Ayatollah Muhammad Hussein Fadlallah.

    Hezbollah has been linked to numerous terrorist attacks, some as far afield as Europe and Latin America. The U.S. government holds it responsible for a series of 1983 suicide bombings in Beirut, including blasts at the U.S. Embassy and U.S. Marine barracks that killed more than 300 people, most of them Americans.

    “Prior to September 11, 2001, [Hezbollah] was responsible for more American deaths than any other terrorist group,” the State Department says in annual report on international terrorism.

    1. Peanut Khadr hugs Hamas bastards:

      Harsh message to former president: Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin blasts Jimmy Carter in Jerusalem, says meetings with Hamas leaders create impression of support for terrorists; Carter says main objective is to bring peace to region….

      Peanut Khadr’s “peace” means genocide on Jews……

      Peanut Khadr in awe of Islamic terrorists:

      ( — Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin (Likud) slammed former US President Jimmy Carter Thursday, telling him that the Israeli public perceives him and his colleagues as Hamas supporters as result of their conduct.

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