The following is my responses (some sarcastic) to Jimmy "Hamas" Carter's statements that this spiritual mamzer made during an interview with Larry King on his show "Larry King Live" on January 27, 2009. For a full transcript of the show visit > http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0901/27/lkl.01.html
Larry King: "Do you expect him [Obama] to have a -- a kind of balanced outreach to the Middle East?
"Hamas" Carter:"I think that, overwhelmingly, in the Muslim world, they have the same basic motivations that we do. They want stability in their lives. They want peace. They want a better life for their children and grandchildren and they've had themselves. And they want to be respected by foreign dignitaries and by great, powerful nations like ours."
My response: This makes perfect sense. The overwhelming victory of Hamas in January, 2006 shows perfectly well that the Palestinians as a people have "the same motivation" as most Westerners. In fact, it's very hard to tell if a Muslim wrote the "Hamas Covenant"> http://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/hamas.asp or some Westerner from the past Carter / Clinton administration wrote it.
Since the Muslim world have the "same basic motivations that we do" then there shouldn't be any reason to be concerned over a Muslim nation be it, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Afghanistan, getting full scale long-range nuclear and chemical weapons. All they want is peace and have a better life for their children and grandchildren like we all do, so hey, what's a few nuclear and chemical weapons in their hands going to hurt? That's stuff about global-jihad that just so happened to take down our towers on 9/11 is all hearsay and kids-stuff anyway.
"Hamas" Carter continues: "And if he will treat them that way, I think this will minimize the radical element in the Muslim world, which exists in the Christian world, as well, who might want to have violence and terrorism."
My response: Sure, a little "Western respect" is all Hezbollah, Hamas, Al-Queda, Islamic Jihad, the Muslim Botherhood, and the Taliban ever wanted. Western respect will make the radicals and even the would-be radical moderates, forget all about Dar al-Harb, global-jihad, and all those "respect-seeking" jihad commandment that are mentioned throughout the Koran and hadiths. In fact, the whole spread of Islam throughout Arabia and eastern Europe was due to them seeking just a little respect.
Yes, there is a global threat of Christian terrorism. I figure the radical Muslims took down one tower on 9/11 and the radical Christians from say, a Christian-Zionist group in conservative Texas took down the other. This would explain why we see Christian groups making farewell videos with a John 3:16 marked on their towel-head foreheads, a New Testament in one hand and machine gun (with New Testament writing on it) in the other, just before they suicide themselves in Israel and throughout the Middle East. And this would explain why we see so many Christian children all over the West running around in camouflage military clothing wearing toy (simulated) suicide belts around them, shouting death to non-Christian groups. And it explains why the Christian populations in places like Bethlehem and Iraq are forcing out all the poor "respect-seeking Muslims" and becoming Christian only. Right? Mr. Hamas Carter?
Larry King: "They just had a cease-fire, Mr. President. It may have been broken yesterday. Do you think Israel was right in retaliating when it was hit with missiles every day, to go into the Gaza?"
"Hamas" Carter: "Well, you have to remember something in perspective. Of course, it's bad to fire missiles. It's bad to kill civilians. And an average of 49 Palestinians were killed every month. So that kind of puts it into perspective."
My response: Yes, let's cover ourselves by not looking so pro-Hamas-ish by stating "it's bad to fire missiles" and "it's bad to kill civilians" before we try to make the Israelis the big bad murdering villains and the rocket-firing Palestinians the poor, poor, victims!
"Hamas Carter" continues:"But the year before the cease-fire went into effect last June the 19th, which I went over and helped to negotiate, there had been one -- a total of one Israeli killed in an entire year."
My response: Only one Israel was killed during the whole year before the June 19th. 2008? You know what Hamas Carter, I think your right. Let's count that "only one" of them:
Sept 18, 2007 - St. Sgt. Ben-Zion Haneman, 21, of Moshav Nov in the Golan Heights, was killed in an exchange of fire with terrorists during IDF activity against a terror attack being jointly planned by operatives of the Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terror organizations in the Ein Beit Ilmeh refugee camp in the West Bank city of Nablus.
Oct. 17, 2007 - Sgt. Ben Kubani, 20, of Hadera, was killed in an exchange of fire with terrorists during IDF activity targeting the terror infrastructure near Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
Oct 29, 2007 - IDF reservist St.-Sgt. Maj. Ehud Efrati, 34, of Beit Yehoshua was killed in an exchange of fire with Palestinian terrorists in southern Gaza Strip, near the Sufa crossing.
Nov 19, 2007 - Ido Zoldan, 29, of Shavei Shomron was killed in a shooting attack near Kedumim in the northern West Bank, when terrorists opened fire from a passing car at around 11:30 pm. The Fatah Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility for the terror attack as "an act of protest against the Annapolis conference."
Dec 28, 2007 - Cpl. Ahikam Amihai (20) and Sgt. David Rubin (21), both of Kiryat Arba, were killed by Palestinian terrorists while hiking in the Hebron area. The two Palestinian terrorists turned themselves in to Palestinian General Intelligence in Hebron the same day in order to avoid being apprehended by Israeli security forces.
Jan 15, 2008 - Carlos Andrés Mosquera Chávez, a 21-year-old volunteer from Quito, Ecuador, was killed by a Palestinian sniper from the Gaza Strip as he was working in the fields of Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha. The Hamas Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades claimed responsibility for the shooting.
Jan 24, 2008 - Border Guard Lance Corporal Rami Zuari, 20, of Beersheva was shot and killed at a checkpoint at the northern entrance to Shuafat, north of Jerusalem. The Battalions of Struggle and Return, a previously anonymous offshoot of Fatah's Aksa Martyrs' Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack.
Feb 4, 2008 - Lyubov Razdolskaya, 73, of Dimona was killed and 38 wounded - Razdolskaya's husband critically - in a terror attack carried out by a suicide bomber at a shopping center in Dimona. A police officer shot and killed a second terrorist before he detonated his explosive belt. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack and praised it as an "heroic act".
Feb 27, 2008 - Roni Yihye, 47, of Moshav Bitcha in southern Israel, a student at Sapir College, was killed Wednesday afternoon when a Kassam rocket exploded in a parking lot near the Sderot campus. He died shortly after sustaining massive wounds to his chest. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.
Mar 1, 2008 - St. Sgt. Doron Asulin, 20, of Beersheba and St. Sgt. Eran Dan-Gur, 20, of Jerusalem were killed in an exchange of fire with Hamas terrorists during an IDF anti-terror operation in northern Gaza targeting rocket launchings. The gunmen reportedly fired mortar shells, antitank and RPG missiles at the soldiers.
Mar 6, 2008 - An IDF soldier - a Bedouin tracker, 27 - was killed during a routine patrol along the security fence in the central Gaza Strip, near Kissufim, when Palestinian terrorists detonated an explosive device near the jeep in which he was driving. Hamas and the Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the attack. St.-Sgt. Liran Banai, 20, of Ashkelon, the critically wounded jeep driver, succumbed to his injuries on Sunday, March 9.
Mar 6, 2008 - Eight students of the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva in Jerusalem were killed when a terrorist armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle infiltrated the yeshiva and opened fire in the library where about 80 people were gathered, mostly teenagers. Eleven others were wounded, three critically. The terrorist, a resident of East Jerusalem, was killed by an IDF officer.
The victims: Segev Peniel Avihail, 15, of Neve Daniel; Neria Cohen, 15, of Jerusalem; Yonatan Yitzhak Eldar, 16, of Shilo; Yehonadav Haim Hirschfeld, 19, of Kokhav Hashahar; Yohai Lifshitz, 18, of Jerusalem; Doron Meherete, 26, of Ashdod; Avraham David Moses, 16, of Efrat; and Ro'i Roth, 18, of Elkana.
Apr 9, 2008 - St.-Sgt. Sayef Bisan, 21, of the Druze village of Jat in the western Galilee was killed in an exchange of fire with Palestinian terrorists in an overnight IDF operation against terror infrastructure in the southern Gaza Strip. Two soldiers were wounded.
Apr 9, 2008 - Oleg Lipson, 37, and Lev Cherniak, 53, both of Beersheba, were killed when Palestinian terrorists, after firing a salvo of mortars at the Nahal Oz area, penetrated the fuel terminal and opened fire on the civilian employees.
Apr 16, 2008 - Three IDF soldiers - Sgt. Menhash al-Banyat, 20, of the Bedouin community of Kseife in the Negev; Sgt. Matan Ovdati, 19, of Moshav Patish in the western Negev; and Sgt. David Papian, 21, of Tel Aviv - were killed in a confrontation with armed Palestinian gunmen approaching the Gaza security fence south of the Nahal Oz fuel terminal. Three other soldiers were wounded.
April 25, 2008 - Two Israeli security guards, Shimon Mizrahi, 53 of Bat Hefer and Eli Wasserman, 51, of Alfei Menashe were in a shooting attack in the Nitzanei Shalom industrial park in central Israel. A terrorist managed to infiltrate into the area, opened fire at the guards at close range and fled. The Al-Quds Brigades of the Islamic Jihad organization and Izzadin al-Qassam of Hamas claimed joint responsibility for the attack.
May 9, 2008 – Jimmy Kadoshim, 48, a member of Kibbutz Kfar Aza, was killed by mortar fire from the Gaza Strip while tending his garden.
May 12, 2008 – Shuli Katz, 70, a member of Kibbutz Gevaram, was killed while visiting relatives at the small settlement of Yesha, located some 15 kms (9 miles) from the Gaza Strip
June 5, 2008 - Amnon Rosenberg, 51, of Kibbutz Nirim was killed and four other employees were wounded when a mortar bomb fired by Palestinian terrorists from the Gaza Strip exploded outside the Nirlat paint factory in Kibbutz Nir-Oz. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.
source: > http://www.lindasog.com/public/terrorvictims.htm
Yes, I believe your right. Just one Israeli did die (who wants to use the word, MURDERED) during that whole year you stated. I now feel bad now for checking your statement with the facts along with your Christian honesty and non-basis humanitarian good will Mr. "Hamas" Carter? At least now I know your not some lying-devil in support for Hamas simply because your an antisemite who calls himself a Christian.
"Hamas" Carter continues: "And an average of 49 Palestinians were killed every month. So that kind of puts it into perspective."
My response: And what "perspective: is that Hamas Carter? Is your meaning, context, and "perspective" one that suggest that Israel in a violent nature willfully kills Palestinians while the Palestinians are only protecting themselves? Is it that kind of perspective you're talking about Mr. Hamas Carter?
Using your "49 Palestinians per month" figures (sure to be very truthful like the one Israeli statistic above) how many of the those 49 per month Palestinians are the Palestinians them-terrorist-selves responsible for? Is it absolute "zero"? For that is what you insinuated when you gave your "49 per month" figure! Let's just put all the blame of Palestinian deaths on Israel and absolutely none on the rocket-firers themselves as we try to venerate them as respect-seekers on the national Larry King Show. Whatever we do let's not give the statistic that over 10,000 rockets (attempts of multiple-murder) have been shot into Israel since the year 2000 which has been going on for years before your June 19th. so-called ceasefire, which comes to a monthly average of over 104 rockets per month for eight full years! Oh yes, let's not use that "PERSPECTIVE" Mr. Hamas Carter!
"Hamas" Carter continues:"But I think it's best for all of us to condemn any violence on either side. And what we need is just two things right now. One is to open up the gates going into Gaza so that people can have food and water and medicine and fuel. And, on the other hand, stop all of the firing of missiles and, also, all of the firing of -- dropping of bombs and so forth -- end the violence. And that's possible, I think."
My Response: Sure, let's equate Israel's response to Hamas' terrorism by leaving out all matters of what is "right, just, and appropriate" verses what is "premeditated murder, acts of willfully and unbridled aggression, and violent by its very nature" by calling them both "violent".
We know that the Palestinian groups would never-ever try to smuggle weapons in the name of humanitarian aid. Even all the C-4 found on the Katrine A http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Peace/paship.html was really cake mixes to feed the poor hungry Palestinian children, and all those rockets were loaded with medicine to make the poor babies well. And of all those assault rifles, machine guns, mines, anti-Tank rocket launchers, mortars and bombs? Well, they're just proof that allowing food and water and medicine and fuel into Gaza, it will in the words of Hamas Carter, stop all of the firing of missiles and, also, all of the firing of -- dropping of bombs and so forth -- end the violence".
Hamas Carter continues: "And I went back over there in December and tried to work out a similar agreement. But I was not able to, at the last minute. And so the violence recurred, which I really regret."
My response: As always, I wonder which side could have possibly started the "violence" first?
I picked out a nice "violent" Christian verse just especially for great humanitarian and big-time Christian Jimmy "Hamas" Carter: "He that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity: he that killeth with the sword must be killed with the sword. Here is the patience and the faith of the saints."
Larry King: "OK. One of the problems is, I mean, if someone was dropping missiles into Atlanta, you would retaliate wouldn't you? I mean it's just human form to do that."
"Hamas" Carter: "If I couldn't stop it otherwise, I certainly would, yes. One way to stop it would have been to open up the supply of fuel and water and food and medicine to let the 1.5 million Palestinians have a decent life. But those -- that gate going into Israel was closed. And that's the only way you can get food and water and so forth in. "
My response: Now I know why the Democrat Party symbol is a dumb donkey-ass. It is because it contains willful ones like Jimmy "Hamas" Carter. Ok, let's get this straight, Israel shuts off food and water supplies in November 2008 due to Palestinian consistence of trying to murder innocent Israeli citizens of Sderot and Ashkelon by rocket fire, but according to Hamas Carter, one of the ways to stop that rocket fire is to allow food and water supplies in, because that was all the Palestinians wanted to begin with? Oh yes, now I understand. And food and water will lead the Palestinians into a "decent life" as the pictures throughout this blog clearly demonstrates.
"Hamas" Carter continues: "And I think, obviously, if they continued to fire the missiles after that was supplied, then retaliation would take place."
My response: Ok Mr. Hamas Carter, the food and water has gotten in and to the total and absolute amazement of the entire world over, and for the first time ever, Hamas rockets are still being fired at innocent Israeli citizens! Wow! I mean who would have ever guessed Hamas would do something like that in a thousand years, especially after reading their covenant? Certainly not Jimmy Hamas Carter! So now that means in the words of pacifist "Hamas" Carter, it's time for some good o' fashion "retaliation" or what I would call some "all-righteous Hamas-killings to the glory of God"! Oh, but wait, on second thought wouldn't that be the cause of a continuance of "violence"?
"Hamas" Carter continues: "But I think that if the bombing and the shells could have been dropped on the tunnels coming into Gaza instead of on the schools and mosques and churches and houses, that would have been a better response."
My response: This is a perfect example of precisely why the Ayatollah Khmeini could lead this willful idiot around like his personal pet mule for 444 days. To bomb the tunnels first means the Israelis would have to strike "first" giving Hamas more credibility in their "retaliation" rhetoric. And I wonder how that would fair with the UN? Of course, when your goal is to make Israel look bad in anyway possible, why be concerned over knowing that you would have been the first to criticize Israel if they had origianlly done what you're saying that should have done, now after the fact. The rockets are not stored in the tunnels and neither are the terrorists themselves. Tunnels themselves, don't murder innocent Israelis like the terrorists and their weapons hiding behind those schools, mosques, houses, and let us not forget, hospitals! Tunnels can and are being re-dug (since the Israelis did indeed hit the tunnels) but a dead terrorist, along with his weapons, remain out of commission forever.
Larry King: All right. Israel holds elections February 10th. Benjamin Netanyahu is favored to win. That's the hard line party, Likud.
"Hamas" Carter : Yes.
Larry King: Do you think that sets things back?
"Hamas Carter: I don't know if there's much choice to be made between the three leading candidates, because the issues won't change. And Netanyahu has been pretty outspoken about building up the quality of life in among the Palestinians.
I think the key to it is what happens with influence or pressure -- I'd rather have the word influence -- from Washington. And I think if the president of the United States makes a major effort to bring about an accommodation between Israel and its neighbors, that can be done.
That's what happened when I was in office. We had had four horrible wars in 25 years. Israel was attacked almost four times. There was no relationship between the Arabs and the Israelis. Sadat, Begin formed a peace treaty that was signed in 1979 -- 30 years ago -- not a word of which has ever been violated.
My response: Never been violated huh? So where do the tunnels that allows weapons transfers going into Gaza come from? Where do they start and where do they lead? Egypt, you say? Of course the Egyptian government is doing so good and doing so much to stop the weapons transfer from getting into Hamas' hands aren't they?
After seeing Nassar and Sadat get their butts handed to them on an Israelis plater so to speak, I'm sure that made Mubarak a little more content on keeping his power by not messing with the Israelis. But what happens when Mubarak dies and a member of the Muslim brotherhood (the country from where it was founded -and that murdered Sadat) comes into power? Oh, we'll be talking peace talks then for sure!
Larry King: "So the United States plays a key role, in your book, in solving this?"
"Hamas Carter: "The key role. Absolutely."
King: "The key role?"
"Hamas" Carter: "I think so, because you have to remember that the United States provides Israel with about $10 million of aid every day. And that's very important. And, also, the international community is led by the United States in giving Israel support and defending Israel from attacks, both military attacks and also political attacks, through the United Nations and otherwise. So Israel depends substantially on goodwill from the United States."
My response: This the why I believe that Israel should not receive any more aid whatsoever from Quartet-America. For one reason it's unscriptural: "For the LORD thy God blesseth thee, as he promised thee: and thou shalt lend unto many nations, but thou shalt not borrow; and thou shalt reign over many nations, but they shall not reign over thee. - Deuteronomy 15:6
America only provides this money, not for the benefit of the Jewish people, but rather for its own self interest in the Middle East. Therefore this aid money that Hamas Carter is talking about is meant to keep Israel in America's back pocket and therefore Quartet-burdened and Hamas Carter knows it. This burden is more than doubled when antisemitic liberals like Jimmy "Hamas" Carter have power and Quartet influence.
There are enough Zionist and godly covenant-supporters (like myself) throughout the world that can keep the nation of Israel financially stable. This way would be much more righteous than Israel receiving money from a Quartet major player that America has become. When Israel does become dependent free, then we will see just what America truly thinks of the Jewish state. http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1019516.html Interviews with Larry King certainly shows what one former American president of thiry years ago thinks of the Jewish State of Israel.
Larry King: "I want to clear something up on the Middle East. You said earlier that Israel fired on schools and mosques. Israel says it fired back to where the missiles were fired from.
What was Israel supposed to do at that point?"
Jimmy Hamas Carter: "I can't deny that. I don't know. I wasn't over there. I just know what the United Nations report was. The big allegation was that the United Nations school, with 30 children in it, was struck and all the kids were killed. And the United Nations denies that there were any terrorists inside or -- I don't know what the answer is. But once you decide to destroy a city -- as I understand, they destroyed 22,000 buildings -- then you can't really pick and choose which ones you're going to destroy."
My response: Do you know or care Mr. Hamas Carter, that one of Hamas' tactics is to hide behind schools, mosques, hospital, houses, and of course what they're really good at hiding behind is women and children? Why hasn't anyone ever heard your voice condemn Palestinian-on-Palestinian violence, such as for the people who have complained about Hamas using their house as cover were being shoot in the legs? Why is your problem always with Israel for the Palestinians own course of action? Maybe Israel should be blamed for the leg shootings too, right?> http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=58837
Why is it when it comes to Israeli strikes, disproportionate lies are always told?
When Kofi Annon as General Secretary of the UN(the highest office of the UN) lays a wreath at Arafat's grave (as did Jimmy Hamas Carter) what could one truly expect from of the UN in any type of justice or truth-telling when it pertains to Israel?
If the Palestinian Bureau of Statistics has estimated that more than 22,000 building have been damaged or destroyed and the rockets are still being fired at Israeli citizens, that means the Israel job of protecting their people hasn't been completed. It seems that at least 22,000 more buildings need to be damaged or destroyed to see if that will stop the rocket fire altogether! Truly, what building in all of Gaza isn't readily available to Hamas for the purpose of hiding thousands of weapons and thousands of terrorists?
Update: June, 2009
Jimmy Hamas Carter visited "Gazastan" even though a US-Europe-Israel boycott was supposedly in place against Hamas for being a terrorist organization. Hamas' "praise" of Jimmy Carter remains me of Hitler's praise of Henry Ford in his manifesto Mein Kamph - two devils from opposite ends of the earth who share in a like-mindedness of Jew-hatred. Praise from a satanic source states quite a lot about the evilness of the one being praised by that source, so is it with Hamas and Carter. Carter in all of his antisemitic nature, even went as far as outright stating when asked (see AP video clip on link below) that Hamas (in all of its Jew-murdering history and its 1988 continually reconfirmed covenant) should be taken off the US / Europe "state sponsor of terror" list! Why am I not surprised? http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090617/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ml_palestinians_carter
Carter still couldn't get Hamas not to vow the destruction Israel - something within their 1988 covenant. Carter being the evil idiot he is, has spiritually taken sides with pure-Islam and its goals, but still hasn't learned of its strengths and resolve in the political realms. It will be interesting to see how Carter (along with Tony Blair, Hillary Clinton, and the rest of the world antisemitic devils) will try to manipulate Hamas' rejection to submit to world pressure in a way that will grant them world acceptance without them relenting. Mark my words, it will happen in the very near future. It just takes a view from past practices and knowing the spiritually determined mindset of the world governments to know what's coming ahead. Even being rejected Carter still demands Hamas be included in all so-called "peace" negotiations. It's just a matter of time before the world (especially the Obama Administration) listens!