Nethanyahu at the UN


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s UN Speech: “But to those who gave this Holocaust-denier a hearing, I say on behalf of my people, the Jewish people, and decent people everywhere: Have you no shame? Have you no decency?” “What a disgrace!”

Video from Atlas Shrugs


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Who stayed in for Ahmadinejad’s UN Speech?

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Q: Who stayed in for Ahmadinejad’s UN Speech?

A: The Palestinian Delegate

Q: Who walked out during Netanyahu’s UN speech when he discussed the IDF Cast-Lead operation?

A: The Palestinian Delegate

Israel PM’s Netanyahu’s UN speech was clearly aimed at the Palestinian Delegate:
“To those who gave this Holocaust denier a hearing, I say on behalf of my people. … Have you no shame? Have you no decency?” Netanyahu said.

Netanyahu scolded the United Nations for giving the Iranian president “legitimacy” just six decades after the Holocaust. Ahmadinejad addressed the body Wednesday, and in the run-up to the session repeated his belief that the Holocaust is a myth.

“What a disgrace,” Netanyahu said. “What a mockery of the charter of the United Nations.”

Netanyahu challenged the international community to step up and prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons, but expressed broad disappointment with the United Nations.

He accused the United Nations of remaining silent on attacks on Israelis from Hamas, while blasting the U.N. Human Rights Council for its “twisted standards.” The Human Rights Council issued a recent report that condemned Israel for its offensive in the Gaza Strip last January.

“What a travesty,” Netanyahu said. “Israel justly defended itself against terror.”

He said the latest report presents a test to the international community: “Will you stand with Israel or will you stand with the terrorists?”

Let’s review:

The Palestinian Delegate gave the Holocaust denier a hearing. [check]
…thereby proving they have no shame or decency

The Palestinian Delegate gave the Iranian president “legitimacy” just six decades after the Holocaust. [check]

Don’t forget, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas also denies the Holocaust…thereby proving he and the Palestinian Delegate are “a disgrace,” and they have made “…a mockery of the charter of the United Nations.”

The Palestinian Delegate to the United Nations has remained silent on attacks on Israelis from Hamas. [check]
…thereby demonstrating that the Palestinian Delegate is a “travesty”

The Palestinian Delegate does not stand with Israel yet stands with the terrorists. [check]
So we need to create another disgraceful, shameful, and indecent terrorist state because…?

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7 thoughts on “Nethanyahu at the UN”

  1. Yes, I agree with the Israeli PM that the Iranian President and that speach was shameless.

    Apart from that, the Israeli PM is also shameless, but I will not stoop to half posts, misquotes and BS to justify it, it is simple that he is one of the right-wingers that is not serious in the need for peace.

    1. Bibi doesn’t like peace under Islam and doesn’t like the peace of the grave either. Neither do I, especially not with such trustworthy peace partners like Fatah & Hamas.

      Does that make us”right wingers” and “shameless?”

  2. Peace will not come to the middle east on man’s terms, Solkhar – only
    a false peace at the hands of Antichrist, followed by sudden destruction.

    You will, I assume, continue to blaspheme and mock the One who alone
    will bring peace.

  3. Netanyahu is the new real leader of the free world and anyone who perceives his speech as anything but illuminating is in no doubt a holocaust denier of ill repute. The fact that our resident double talker will not venture into dissecting the speech to provide us with substance for his usual defamatory remarks is further evidence of his insidious nature…

  4. Well, we can see who eloivsdiablo voted for. So you have your political rights to vote and believe what you want.

    But since you are accussing and talking about others, I reserve the right to tell you that your a biased, bigoted idiot. My view and I hold that right.

    The current right-wing Israeli PM may have said some smart things, carefully written to try and not completely isolate an increasingly unwelcome nation with its main financial bread-winner, but for my part he is an example of why peace currently has no chance. Lipni would have handled things much better and perhaps her plans and ideas may have made the difference into continuing that balance that Israel needs – to be strong and withstand and have justice over unjustified and vicious assaults and the same time keep the head held high and plan, offer and implement agreed initiatives such as a real and effective settlement withdrawel and dismantling.

    It is Netanyahu’s past and those words that he failed to use is his condemnation. He is pathetically one of those that believes in the concept of Israel’s relationship with the US is not only permanent but exclusive and yet has proven that he can and will do things independantly and unilaterallly – regardless of that relationship.

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