29 November, 2006

Carter Agrees with VNN!

Posted by alex in 'Middle East', jewed foreign policy, media control at 4:40 pm | Permanent Link


“A member of Congress would not dream of coming out in favor of Israel’s withdrawal from occupied territories or condemn Israel’s treatment of Palestinian people. And very few of the news media in this country would ever bring out an intense analysis of the issues involved in the Middle East as they are brought out fervently in Israel and throughout Europe. There’s no doubt that there is a strong aversion to criticizing Israel in this country. I wouldn’t say it’s all because of intimidation, but that is one factor.”


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  7. 6 Responses to “Carter Agrees with VNN!”

    1. alex Says:


      In the US on the other hand there is a shameful and orchestrated media onslaught against Jimmy Carter and his compellingly documented must read book “Palestine ,Peace not Apartheid” : for the first time a former American President has the moral courage to put the onus on Israel and successive US administrations for blocking any peaceful solution to the conflict which would start by ending the Jewish States’s genocidal occupation of Palestinian territories; but unable to question Carter’s facts and rigorous analysis on its merits, the Israeli apologists commenting on Amazon resort as usual to slanderous attacks and lies against the messenger.

      Adding insult to the injury of this fraudulent and nauseating campaign against Jimmy Carter, the Democratic leadership the majority of whose members would probably have never made it to the top had they not been tested/approved for their allegiance to Israel by the latter’s various lobbies, has criticized Carter for daring to speak the truth, instead of supporting his proposals for an honest and genuine peace between a lawless predatory Israel and its neighbours!


      British baroness chastised for ‘pro-Israel lobby’ comments

      GEORGE CONGER Jerusalem Post correspondent, THE JERUSALEM POST Nov. 28, 2006

      The leader of Britain’s Liberal Democrat party is considering recommendations to discipline and perhaps expel Baroness Jenny Tonge from the party’s membership in the House of Lords following comments she made last week on the power of the “pro-Israel lobby.”

      Speaking at Edinburgh University at a meeting attended by representatives of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tonge defended comments she made at September’s party conference that “The pro-Israeli lobby has got its grips on the western world, its financial grips. I think they’ve probably got a grip on our party.”

      In Edinburgh, Tonge clarified her remarks, saying there had been “extensive” research in the United States supporting her contention that the “Israel lobby” had a disproportionate voice in Anglo-American foreign policy, referring to a paper written by John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt that appeared in the March 23, 2006 issue of The London Review of Books.

      Tonge defended her assertions as being unremarkable, noting that the speaker from the Israeli embassy “did not challenge me during the meeting at all.”

      She explained that her earlier comments “were about the Israeli lobby in politics. They were a big distance from being about Jewishness or anti-Semitism.”

      Tonge’s September comments prompted an all-party group of lords led by the former archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, to call for her censure. The group said her “irresponsible and inappropriate” comments “evoked a classic anti-Jewish conspiracy theory” and were symptomatic of the rise of anti-Semitism in the UK.

      Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell also chastised Tonge, saying her remarks were “unacceptable” and had “clear anti-Semitic connotations.”

      In 2004, Tonge was stripped of her job as the party’s shadow international development secretary for saying that if she were a Palestinian, she “might just consider becoming” a suicide bomber.

      Leaders of Britain’s Jewish community have been quick to call for an account. John Benjamin, chief executive of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, noted that, “If someone makes comments that are so at odds with what the party feels, and hopefully at odds with common decency, then one would hope that they are no longer made welcome in the party itself.”

      On Monday, Tonge met with the party leadership to consider her future place within the Liberal Democrat leadership in the wake of her renewed comments.

      A statement issued after the meeting said, “The leader of the Liberal Democrats and the chief whip in the House of Lords have made a recommendation with regard to Jenny Tonge. Campbell is considering this overnight.”

    2. Curt Maynard Says:

      Alex Said:

      for the first time a former American President has the moral courage to put the onus on Israel

      Amen! I have never particularly liked Carter, but his recent words have rehabilitatred him quite a bit in my mind.

    3. Celtic Warrior Says:

      Let’s not forget that ‘the peanut’ is a member of the CFR.

    4. Mati The Estonian Says:

      Sometime with age people getting more frustrated with constant lying to himself. After that You just need a little “nudge” voice that.

    5. zoomcopter Says:

      Having just watched Democracy Now on public access, where Amy Goodman showed clips of President Carter doing a book signing, I was interested to learn that none of the major newspapers is even reviewing his book. What a clear example of jewish domination of the news in America! Carter went to great lengths to explain how all the facts in his book were carefully researched and documented. Facts which critical of Israel are either swept under the rug or placed on public access late where few people hear about them.

    6. Terry Phillips Says:

      I’m originally from Georgia and I lived there when Carter was the gov. Carter is a typical bleeding-heart liberal. He’s very pro racial integration, and he decrys the segregated South. On almost every issue, he’s dead damn wrong. But see, here’s the thing, he’s a rarity: an honest man who tells the truth as he sees it. Now that he is coming somewhere near the truth about the middle east he’ll be ignored into oblivion in the msm.