23 January, 2009

The Newest MOU and Obama’s Foreign Policy

Posted by Socrates in 'Middle East', Israel, Israel - the facts, Israel's "right to exist", jewed foreign policy, Jews in government, Kissinger, Obama, Sinai II agreement, Socrates, Zionism at 2:17 am | Permanent Link

Memoranda of Understanding (MOU), i.e., American security guarantees to Israel, came out of the 1975 Sinai II agreement engineered by Jewish diplomat Henry Kissinger. MOUs mean that Obama’s Middle East policies won’t vary much from Bush’s. (Significantly, Israel’s “right to exist” is mentioned in a secret memorandum which accompanied the 1975 MOU):

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  7. 9 Responses to “The Newest MOU and Obama’s Foreign Policy”

    1. Z.O.G. Says:

      Obongo has just appointed the Jew Richard Holbrooke to an extremely important post in the State Dept: special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan and related issues.

      “In a flurry of diplomatic activity in his first week in office, U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday named special envoys for the Middle East and the Afghanistan-Pakistan region.

      Newly confirmed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Obama had chosen George Mitchell, a former senator and seasoned international trouble-shooter, as an envoy who will try to jump-start moribund Arab-Israeli peace talks.

      Obama tapped former ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke as a special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan and related issues.”

    2. John Says:

      Richard Holbrooke was the Clinton administration kike who pushed for NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 and American bombing of the Bosnian Serb Repulic called Srpska back in 1994/95. This guy is bad news.

    3. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      Memo to Socrates:

      The plural of memorandumb is memoranduh (memoranda)

      “Illegitimus non carborundum”

      (Don’t let the bastards grind you down)

      Other funny Latin sayings, like these

      Non Gradus Anus Rodentum! (Not Worth A Rat’s Ass!)

      Sona si Latine loqueris. (Honk if you speak Latin.)

      Re vera, potas bene. (Say, you sure are drinking a lot.)

      Vescere bracis meis. (Eat my shorts.)

      can be found here: http://www.latinsayings.info/LatSayings.php

    4. Socrates Says:

      Shabbos: look at this:

      http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/memorandum

    5. Ein Says:

      “As plurals memoranda and memorandums are about equally frequent.”

      So? Just because they are equally frequent (in speech) doesn’t mean they are equally correct.

      Frankly, “memorandums” sounds horrible. But “memoranda” as plural is PERFECTLY correct. I don’t see anything wrong with Socrates’ usage (in referring to “guarantees”).

    6. Cpt. Candor Says:

      With Bush we had disasterous WARS. With Obama, we’ll most likely have benign “peace-keeping operations,” a positively Orwellian term if there ever was one. “Change” will only be superficial and done for the sake of PR (closing Gitmo, reversing Bush’s abortion policy, etc.), with both Israel and The Fed guaranteed to survive his administration. Beer, pussy and niggerball will continue to be the definition of the AmeriKwan Dream.

    7. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      Yeah, I checked it out yesterday. Should have done my homework first. I assumed memorandums to be wrong as it sounds so wrong. It is probably considered Ok due to usage.

      Why not run the entire site in Latin, so that the jews will not know when we are coming?

    8. Z.O.G. Says:

      Hey, here’s something to think about.

      Why doesn’t the United States have any military bases in Israel?

      I thought Israel was our great “democratic ally” in the Middle East? What gives?

      ;-)

    9. gw Says:

      Now that IS an interesting question! — especially since we’re involved in “protecting” so many others around the world, bombing other countries on the other side of the planet with our “Department of Defense ” (Orwell would have loved that) in order to save them from tyranny.

      And Israelis do need protecting more than anybody else,don’t they? Why else all the massive aid they get?

      What gives, …. indeed!