The Despicable Peanut Khadr:

Just when you thought this piece of ‘holier-than-thou’ PoS couldn’t possibly stoop any lower, he does it again:

ATHENS, Ga. – With the zeal of a Baptist Sunday School teacher, Jimmy Carter ended a conference on his presidency Sunday morning by telling Americans they should not fear and they should not hate.

On a weekend in which Carter celebrated the 30th anniversary of his inauguration and the 25th year since its abrupt conclusion, it was left to the former president to update his peace efforts in the Middle East to today’s world by talking about terrorism and about harsh feelings against people of other faiths.

“We are developing an ingrained hatred for people who aren’t Christians,” said Carter, a Sunday School teacher since he was 18 years old.

Unwarranted fear of terrorism is behind these feelings, he said.

“The distortion that we are about to be destroyed makes us suspicious of those who don’t worship the way we do,” he said. “And our country has no reason to be afraid.”

As if it was not bad enough already that he is obviously on the take: Peanut is an in-your-face agit-prop and a whore for petro-dollars:

Especially lucrative have been Carter’s ties to Saudi Arabia. Before his death in 2005, King Fahd was a longtime contributor to the Carter Center and on more than one occasion contributed million-dollar donations. In 1993 alone, the king presented Carter with a gift of $7.6 million. And the king was not the only Saudi royal to commit funds to Carter’s cause. As of 2005, the king’s high-living nephew, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, has donated at least $5 million to the Carter Center.

Meanwhile the Saudi Fund for Development, the kingdom’s leading loan organization, turns up repeatedly on the center’s list of supporters. Carter has also found moneyed allies in the Bin Laden family, and in 2000 he secured a promise from ten of Osama bin Laden’s brothers for a $1 million contribution to his center. To be sure, there is no evidence that the Bin Ladens maintain any contact with their terrorist relation. But applying Carter’s own standard, his extensive contacts with the Saudi elite must make his views on the Middle East suspect.

6 thoughts on “The Despicable Peanut Khadr:”

  1. “We are developing an ingrained hatred for people who aren’t Christians,” said Carter, a Sunday School teacher since he was 18 years old.”

    He admits it. He hates Jews!! And it has always been apparent.

    Well, that’s one way of interpreting it, but of course we know he means muslims.
    Wish he would go away. Pathetic old dhimmi.

  2. well if I were American and that country continues its foreign policy like it has since the end of the Cold War , I would be scared of terrorism.
    I long for the good old days of the Cold War when there were 2 superpowers of equal strength. The world just seemed so much more peaceful then……. Uhhhhh … sigh ……

  3. Jimmy the dhimmi is an embarrassment to the US in particular and the world in general. The man needs to have a mental health exam badly because even by his past low standards something seems wrong between his ears. Either that or he needs to go off and die somewhere because this world simply isn’t ready for such crackpot thinking-the man is off on his own planet somewhere.

  4. Thanks to Dhimmi Watch and the NYT

    Jimmy Carter went to Brandeis, and one of the protest signs greeting him called him by his right name: Dhimmi Jimmy.

    “At Brandeis, Carter Responds to Critics,” by Pam Belluck in The New York Times:

    WALTHAM, Mass., Jan. 23 — In his first major public speech about his controversial book “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid,” former President Jimmy Carter told an audience at Brandeis University on Tuesday that he stood by the book and its title, that he apologized for what he called an “improper and stupid” sentence in the book and that he had been disturbed by accusations that he was anti-Semitic.
    Mr. Carter’s book, “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid,” drew protesters to Brandeis on Tuesday. Critics have said the book contains errors and misrepresentations of the roles of both the Israelis and the Palestinians.

    Although controversy had preceded his visit here, Mr. Carter was greeted with a standing ovation and treated with obvious respect by the audience, even as students asked questions that were critical of his assertions.

    A standing ovation? Shameful.

    “This is the first time that I’ve ever been called a liar and a bigot and an anti-Semite and a coward and a plagiarist,” Mr. Carter told the crowd of about 1,700 at Brandeis, a nonsectarian university founded by American Jews, where about half the students are Jewish. “This is hurting me.”
    The first time he has been called a coward? Really?

    He added, “The fact that they deteriorate into ad hominem attacks on my character has probably been a greater barrier to progress than the fact that I chose a particular word in the title.”…
    No, the greatest barrier to progress has been your arrogant refusal to debate — you are probably aware that your carelessness and inaccuracy would be exposed.

    Mr. Carter initially rejected an invitation to speak at Brandeis because it suggested that he debate Alan M. Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor who has sharply criticized the book. Wanting the university to welcome contrary views, more than 100 students and faculty members signed a petition contending that Mr. Carter should be invited without conditions. Questions were preselected by the committee that invited Mr. Carter, and the questioners included an Israeli student and a Palestinian student.
    After Mr. Carter left, Mr. Dershowitz spoke in the same gymnasium, saying that the former president oversimplified the situation and that his conciliatory and sensible-sounding speech at Brandeis belied his words in some other interviews.

    “There are two different Jimmy Carters,” Mr. Dershowitz said. “You heard the Brandeis Jimmy Carter today, and he was terrific. I support almost everything he said. But if you listen to the Al Jazeera Jimmy Carter, you’ll hear a very different perspective.”

  5. atheist Says:

    well if I were American and that country continues its foreign policy like it has since the end of the Cold War , I would be scared of terrorism.

    The cold war did not start 1400 years ago,yet islamic terrorism did

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