Israel opposition parties agree to form new “unity” government

Consequences?  Consequences?  We don’t need no stinking consequences!

by Mustang


There is one thing that (on the surface) mostly effects self-loathing Jews who run the Eastern seaboard corporations, all of Silicon Valley, and 92.4% of the American media outlets: Joe Biden intends to take over the government of Israel now that Netanyahu is no longer Israel’s prime minister.

 Mr. Netanyahu (his friends call him Bibi) has been in office for around twelve years now.  He’s one of those tightly focused Israeli leaders who radical Islamists know better than to piss off — mainly because no one knows what Netanyahu will do in response to Islamic attacks upon innocent women and children.  But now Israeli politicians representing several parties have decided that it is time for Netanyahu to retire. 

They formed a coalition strong enough to force Bibi from office.  Not because the Israeli economy is falling apart, but more likely because some other politician wants to become prime minister.  Politicians, as you may recall, are egotistical enough to sacrifice the nation’s welfare for their own advancement.  It’s the same no matter where you go.  So, in a nutshell, that’s the deal with Israel at the beginning of June 2021.


Biden, when he isn’t fondling little girls on national television (without objection from anyone in the communist media) is looking forward to reigning in those damn Israelis.  Now, honestly, I am at a loss to imagine why any American president thinks that they have a right to dictate to the Jews what they should or should not do in their own country … but Biden and the Democratic Party (up front about hating Jews and loving Islamists) are just plain giddy about Netanyahu having to step down. 

Two things to think about: If Obama/Biden hate Netanyahu so much, surely, he must be one of the “good guys.”  Secondly, if Biden treats Israel the same way he treated Ukraine — you know, to get his way about how things are done in Israel — how many Israelis will have to die at the hands of a re-motivated PLO?  How many US servicemen and women will be placed in greater danger during their middle eastern assignments because of Biden’s inept foreign policies?

David Cameron at the Knesset in Israel

Knessett in Israel


The new Israeli guy’s names are (and I’m not making this up) Yair Lapid and Naftali Bennett.  Lapid and Bennett have put together a coalition calling itself (I’m not making this up, either) the Rainbow Coalition.  It’s enough to make one wonder if Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are honorary members, or if half the membership is sexually challenged.  I wasn’t aware the Israelis had a sexual confusion problem. 

The thing about coalition governments, of course, is that they all work just great until its members can’t agree on something.  When a cat fight breaks out, coalitions don’t do quite as well.  How likely is this to happen?  Well, the coalition invited the United Arab List party to join them.  Should work out okay, right?

 Mr. Lapid formerly served Netanyahu as finance minister; Bibi fired him in 2014.  Mr. Bennett was Bibi’s chief of staff and quit his post when he didn’t get what he wanted in terms of cabinet posts.  Well, one thing the coalition agrees on for now is that they are all not liking Bibi.  Left unanswered is whether they will enjoy the political sex with Joe Biden.  I mean when Joe isn’t having fantasy sex with adolescent girls.

 Meanwhile, en route to the United States (right now) is the Israeli Defense Minister who will ask the US Secretary of Defense (Lloyd Austin, who used to play Token on South Park) for one BILLION for American made interceptors.  Biden couldn’t be happier about this because of the Israelis want our stuff, they have to play ball according to our rules.  Biden’s head is right now the size of a watermelon (without any red stuff, of course).

So, for all you folks out there who voted for Biden, give your kids an extra hug when they leave for boot camp because you’ve likely seen them for the last time.  Also, you might want to call your bank and see if they’ll increase your credit line so that you can afford gas at the pump.

Many of us keep wondering about the consequences of voting for X as opposed to Y in America.  If American mothers are tired of burying their children in national cemeteries because presidents and their incompetent appointees keep getting us involved in stupid wars, why do American mothers overwhelmingly vote for Democrats?  Yes, it’s true that Republicans have gotten us involved in foreign wars, but that depends on whether one considers either of the Bush’s conservatives.  They may have been Republicans, but not the American-loving kind.

What else results from our usual dismal decision about whom to vote for?  Oh, right … significant increases in unemployment because oil workers have all been laid off — to save the planet, of course; increases in the consumer price indexes, decreases in disposable income due to tax hikes on such things as gasoline, and food shortages.  The list is exhaustive.


Yes … there are consequences.  Don’t the communist voters ever get tired of them?


Good job, America (rolls eyes).

Mustang also blogs at Fix Bayonets and Thoughts From Afar

Bill Clinton admits to interfering in Israeli election – what is he doing over there?


Strange isn’t it? This little item never made it to the cables. Even more interesting, it is taking being more obnoxious for the Clintons to be relevant and to make a headline. First why is Bill over in the Middle East? Who is paying him? Or are the two of them going senile into the night? Of course, this just gives fodder to our distractors that the USA interferes in elections and governments. Note the Albania story out there now: US govt spent $9mn on Soros-backed political campaign in Albania …

Then again Obama was in it up to his eyeballs in interference as well.

The right in Israel has accused the U.S. — and in particular Democratic presidents — with interfering with local elections. The last time the finger was pointed was during the 2015 elections, when activists tied to the Obama administration were charged with trying to thwart another win for Netanyahu. The effort failed and Netanyahu kept the position he’s held since 2009.

Then again how about Russia?

Ted Kennedy asked Russians for election help, Bill Clinton mixed in the Russian election  bunkerville

In 1996 US govt interfered in Russia’s election so blatantly it was boasted of on the cover of Time magazine. . 

But back to the story at hand over at Breitbart:

TEL AVIV – Former president Bill Clinton confessed to Israeli television that he tried to help Shimon Peres defeat Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel’s 1996 general elections.

In an interview on Channel 10 news that aired Tuesday, Clinton admitted that he tried to help Peres win the election in a way that didn’t “overtly” implicate him, and that he did so because Peres was more committed than Netanyahu to the so-called peace process, which had suffered a huge blow with the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin six months earlier.

“I tried to do it in a way that didn’t overtly involve me,” he said, without expanding on exactly how he intervened.

Report: Kerry to lay out U.N. Israel peace plan, get approval, impose on Israel.UPDATE


Kerry to make Middle East peace speech on Wednesday – Israel News …

4 hours ago – US Secretary of State John Kerry will make remarks regarding Middle East peace on Wednesday and discuss next steps needed’

Israel doesn’t think that Obama is done with them yet nor do I. Kerry hovers in the background along with anti-Semite U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power. Is there another U.N. resolution in the works?

israel1TV reports: Netanyahu is wary that Kerry will set out parameters for permanent accord, then outgoing Obama administration will seek Security Council approval

Netanyahu’s fear is that Secretary of State John Kerry will set out principles or parameters for a Palestinian state in a speech that he has said he will deliver in the next few days on his Middle East vision. The prime minister fears that, in its final days, the Obama administration will seek to have a resolution enshrining those parameters adopted by the UN Security Council, the report said.

France is to hold a conference on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on January 15, and Netanyahu expects that Kerry will attend, that the Middle East Quartet — the US, UN, Russia and EU — will coordinate their positions at that summit, and that they will then turn to the Security Council in the very last days of the Obama presidency, a Channel 10 report further suggested.

Addressing the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem Sunday, Netanyahu reiterated his staunch opposition to Resolution 2334.

“We have no doubt that the Obama administration initiated it, stood behind it, coordinated its versions and insisted upon its passage,” he said.

More at Times of Israel

Obama gives King Abdullah 5 minutes, treats him as badly as Netanyahu

Obama treats our only true Muslim friend in the Middle East as trash. Five minutes at the airport? But anyone who disagrees with our King is not worthy of hearing a few words that oppose his righteous thought.

King Abdullah is the war time leader I wish we had. Obama was blowing off a meeting with him until there was such an outcry, that he spent less than 5 minutes with him in the airport as the King was leaving. Abdullah really understands what is happening, has no problem calling it a ‘civil war within Islam’.

U.S. President Barack Obama walks to boards Air Force One for Nebraska and Louisiana, after a short meeting with Jordan's King Abdullah at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria - RTX2293H

U.S. President Barack Obama walks to boards Air Force One for Nebraska and Louisiana, after a short meeting with Jordan’s King Abdullah at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria 

Addressing members of Congress that evening, Obama emphasized, “As we focus on destroying [IS], over-the-top claims that this is World War III just play into their hands.” The American leader’s assertion that such dire warnings about IS are misguided directly contradict one of Abdullah’s main talking points when traveling overseas.

Over and over — whether at the United Nations General Assembly podium, during an interview with PBS’ Charlie Rose or even in Kosovo — the Jordanian monarch has declared that the battle against IS is “a third world war, and I believe we must respond with equal intensity.”

After IS kidnapped Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath Al-Kaseasbeh and burned him alive in a cage in February of last year, the Jordanian air force launched a series of strikes against IS targets in Syria and Iraq. Jordan claimed to have killed 7,000 fighters in the days following Kaseasbeh’s execution.

Obama’s minimizing of the IS campaign speaks to a fundamental divergence with Abdullah and has led many leading thinkers in Amman to question America’s determination and willingness to, in the president’s own words, “degrade and ultimately destroy [IS].” If the world’s strongest and most advanced military cannot defeat a far inferior and less organized group, what are Obama’s true intentions?

Read more at  theAl Monitor

H/T:Weasel Zippers

State Department’s greatest hits: Kerry, Rice’s keen insight

A few of the greatest hits this week from our State Department. No doubt bubble face John should head the list. Sure we are safer now than ever before in the History of mankind. Something like that. And Bibi was a fool, and Ukraine just doesn’t get the joke.


Kerry voted for the Iraq war, before he was against it, but Bibi’s support shows his bad judgement. Bibi wasn’t even in office at the time.

Via Daily Beast:

Secretary of State John Kerry blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, claiming his support for the U.S. invasion of Iraq shows his judgment on Iran can’t be trusted. “The prime minister was profoundly forward-leaning and outspoken about the importance of invading Iraq under George W. Bush. We all know what happened with that decision,” Kerry said during a House hearing Wednesday. Of course, Kerry voted for the war in Iraq in 2002 and said he was for the invasion during his presidential campaign against George W. Bush in 2004.

Susan Rice Laughs Uncontrollably When Charlie Rose Mentions Ukraine’s ‘Humiliating’ Retreat (February 25, 2015). Hint: Ukraine not laughing

Kerry and Biden meet with Netanyahu’s opposition

Yesterday I gave a link to


Now we find out that Kerry and Biden are meddling indeed with the Israel elections. Yes, they refuse to meet wit Netanyahu but are fine with mixing with his opposition. Sickening. Here we go:

While the Obama Administration refuses to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he travels to the U.S. next month to address Congress on the Iranian nuclear threat due to the proximity of the Israeli election, both John Kerry and Joe Biden met with Israeli Labor Party leader Isaac Herzog over the weekend in Munich.

It’s pretty chickensh#t, but can we expect anything less of the Obama Administration?
After all, members of Obama’s campaign team have travelled to Israel to unseat Netanyahu. President Obama would rather do business with the Mullahs of Iran than with Netanyahu.

So it will be up to Netanyahu to persuade Israeli voters that they have a choice between a Prime Minister who puts the security interests of Israel first or an opposition that puts the interests of Barack Obama first.

H/T: American Spectator

Obama and his treatment of Jordan and Israel

Let’s see if we can figure how this goes. Jordan’s King met with members of Congress, but no plan was in the works for him to meet with the President until a photo-op presented itself after the report of the killing of the Jordan pilot. But Israel? Nope, Bebe cannot talk with Congress and now our boy king says he will never, ever meet with Israel again. I think I have this.Israeli Newspaper: Obama May Not Meet with Netanyahu Again
White House Dossier.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “toast” at the White House following his acceptance of an invitation to address Congress, and President Obama may never meet with him again, according to one of Israel’s leading newspapers.

Writing in the liberal Haaretz, known as “Israel’s New York Times,” diplomatic correspondent Barak Ravid paints a dire portrait of the relationship between Netanyahu and both Obama and Secretary of State Kerry, saying the animus is now deeply personal.

And how is our best and only partner willing to do some bombing?

After ISIS execution, angry King Abdullah quotes Clint Eastwood to U.S. lawmakers |

Washington Examiner – 
King Abdullah of Jordan,  met with Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman.
Members of the House Armed Services Committee met with Jordan’s King Abdullah Tuesday not long after news broke that ISIS had burned to death a Jordanian pilot captured in the fight against the terrorist group. In a private session with lawmakers, the king showed an extraordinary measure of anger — anger which he expressed by citing American movie icon Clint Eastwood.

“He said there is going to be retribution like ISIS hasn’t seen,” said Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr., a Marine Corps veteran of two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, who was in the meeting with the king. “He mentioned ‘Unforgiven’ and he mentioned Clint Eastwood, and he actually quoted a part of the movie.

Nothing on the Schedule —   why not? Our major partner?
Obama Schedule || Tuesday, February 3, 2015

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

11:35 am || Meets with Americans who wrote letters about how they benefitted from the Affordable Care Act; Roosevelt Room
2:10 pm || Holds a Cabinet meeting; Cabinet Room

All times Eastern

Oops- found time for a photo-op with the President.

Netanyahu humiliated after Barack Obama ‘dumped him for dinner’

Our only ally in the Middle East and we do this? And the British?  Clinton’s earlier remarks represented an astonishing propaganda coup for the Peronist regime in its dispute with Britain over the Falklands, with Washington brazenly backing its position….. Honduras… we supported the Marxist….what in the world. Perhaps this will wake up the MSM about this arrogant, narcissistic inept individual.

For a head of government to visit the White House and not pose for photographers is rare. For a key ally to be left to his own devices while the President withdraws to have dinner in private was, until this week, unheard of. Yet that is how Binyamin Netanyahu was treated by President Obama on Tuesday night, according to Israeli reports on a trip viewed in Jerusalem as a humiliation.

After failing to extract a written promise of concessions on settlements, Mr Obama walked out of his meeting with Mr Netanyahu but invited him to stay at the White House, consult with advisers and “let me know if there is anything new”, a US congressman, who spoke to the Prime Minister, said.

“It was awful,” the congressman said. One Israeli newspaper called the meeting “a hazing in stages”, poisoned by such mistrust that the Israeli delegation eventually left rather than risk being eavesdropped on a White House telephone line.

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