But the real problem is “climate change”– (when they can’t blame Israel)

Ban kiMoonbat blames Tycoon Haiyan in Philippines on man-made ‘climate change


NY Times Continues Anti-Israel Crusade:

Why the continuing vendetta in the paper’s op-ed section? Read more

NY Times Photo Outrage:

While a murdered soldier is buried, the Gray Lady twists the knife in the back of the Jewish state. Read more . . .

German Cartoon Demonizes Israel — On Kristallnacht:

A trifecta of cartoons in respectable German newspapers this year represents a deeper problem that can’t be ignored. Read more . . .

Anti-Semitism and weaseling at the UN interpreted

Andrew Bolt

On Thursday a United Nations interpreter, unaware that her microphone was on, uttered words of truth in reaction to the General Assembly’s adoption of nine politically-motivated resolutions condemning Israel, and zero resolutions on the rest of the world.

Under the mistaken impression that she was speaking only to colleagues, the interpreter uttered the following words into the headphones of every UN delegate, and before a live webcast audience worldwide:

“I think when you have… like a total of ten resolutions on Israel and Palestine, there’s gotta be something, c’est un peu trop, non? [It’s a bit much, no?] I mean I know… There’s other really bad shit happening, but no one says anything about the other stuff.”

Hot Mic Translator Welcome in Israel

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu addressed the mishap on Sunday at a cabinet meeting. “I hope nothing happens to the translator as a result, but I can assure her of a job here in the State of Israel, should it come to that,” he stated.
“Sometimes someone can rip away at the veil of hypocrisy that exists in the ever-present attacks against us, and this interpreter had the courage to do just that.”–‘Hot Mic’ Catches UN Disbelief at Anti-Israel Stance