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  • Finkelstein on Joan Peters's legacy (and Dershowitz's legal troubles)
    • "who financed the epstein sex slave / blackmail enterprise?"

      That's an easy one. Powerful men, underage girls, hidden cameras, orgies - Kachching!

  • Tell your congressperson: Don't attend Netanyahu's speech
  • 'NYT' and Matthews warn that Netanyahu speech to Congress could lead US to war
    • Obama Campaign Team Arrives In Israel To Defeat Netanyahu In March Elections:

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    • LOL good one talky!

    • Oh dear, somebody is upset that they're losing the hasbara war - and it's just gonna get uglier and uglier all the way to the ICC:

      Mark Levin: ‘This President’s Anti-Semitism is Catching On’:
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    • Say, Phil Weiss, isn't time you wrote an article about israel's illegal nuclear stockpile? I mean Netanyahu is coming to lecture us about Iran's "dangerous" nuclear program while his crooked finger is on the button of a huge ILLEGAL stockpile. Go on, Phil, expose this insane and sickening upsidedownism!

    • I was thinking yesterday of suggesting a Netanyahu speech-writer spoof competition.

    • Great pile-on at Jennifer Rubin by WaPo commentators! LOL, man - what can I say but thank you netanyahu, you truly are a gift that keeps on giving:

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    • HAD hegemony, dear, HAD.

      Why else would israel be freaking the deaky out?!

    • Walid, I'm hearing that the isaelis want to do a deal with the hizb thru the Russians whereby the israelis agree to take a 'small' hit from the hizb and in return israel will just leave it at that.

      Apart from the cowardly proposition, I don't think the hizb does 'small' hits. And I think the hizb also knows that the israelis never keep their word so no point in doing any deals with them.

      Al Mayadeen yesterday was showing footage of hizb men battling alquaida in Syria and the significance of the video was indicating that the hizb (for the first time) is now using night-vision goggles and doing bulls-eye precision strikes. We saw footage of the hizb mowing down a whole Alqaida compound under moonlight. I have no doubt that the release of this video is causing great concern in the israeli war theater - hizb's acquisition of night-vision goggles is freaking them out. The idf has lined up tanks etc on the Lebanese border, but it's all for show to give false comfort to their illegal settlers as these weapons are utterly useless at stopping hizb precision rockets and missiles, plus Iron Dome radars do not pick up the Fateh A-110 missiles in hizb's arsenal.
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      The next 6 weeks are fraught with danger.

    • I just posted up-thread: wondering if Nasrallah's speech will be before or after the attack.

      Maybe no attack till all the ducks are lined for the big one? I would prefer that scenario: the single fatal punch.

    • Here's what I'm wondering: Nasrallah has announced that he will be giving a speech this Friday/30th January (this was not scheduled before the attack on Quneitra). My question is: will he be giving the speech before or after the hizb retaliates against israel? Cuz for damn sure that's what his speech is going to be about.

      Should be an interesting week.

    • MRW,

      Americans angry at Netanyahu might like your idea too much.

    • RoHa,

      Russia Signs Military Cooperation Deal with Iran:
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      Like I said, Iran is not alone; neither is Russia - and is China ever?!

    • You can stop the train wreck, Michael Oren, but the train has already run over the President.

      Significant irreparable damage has already been done to our stature - to our standing as Empire.

      Therefore we now have to force daylight between us.

    • Michael Oren calls on Netanyahu to cancel Congress speech: 'Cynical political move':

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    • Say, is it considered illegal online gambling to bet money on how many standing ovations the nut will get from the nutters?

    • Netanyahu Speech To Congress Is High-Risk, High-Reward, Analysts Say:

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    • And will his donkey-felators in congress get a stirring down south to hear him speaking in French?

    • And will Netanyahu open his speech with: 'Je suis Charlieyahoo'?

    • Every islamophobic cliche in the universe will be uttered by netanyahu on the 3rd March.

      He will mix isis and alqaida and hamas and hizbollah and iran all into one explosive cocktail and serve it to the American masses.

      Will they drink this hootch of hate?

    • If there's going to be bombs and timing involved, I see hizb bombs completely destroying a military target in the Golan timed just for the israeli election. Their response to Quneitra.

      If this were to happen, the idf will take a hit, and Netanyahu will take a hit.

      Two vultures, one stone.

    • And wouldn't it just be grand if on the 2nd of March 2015, the day before netanyahu's speech in congress, an israeli poll pits him at bottom popularity with voters over his imminent speech and he suddenly at the 11th hour declines Boehner's 'invite': citing an acute episode of brainfreeze from eating too much ice-cream:
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    • No there will not be a war against Iran. And no our soldiers will not kill and be killed in faraway lands while israelis drink dirty Martini poolside in Miami Beach.

      But there will be a war against israel in the Levant by the Levantines, a war that will create a disastrous exodus of foreign settlers out of occupied Palestine. A war that israel dreads so much that Lieberman is now going to Russia to talk to Lavrov so he can talk to Iran who will then talk to the hizb and ask them to cool it and not 'hurt' poor little israel over their terrorist attack in Quneitra earlier this week. LOL are them israelis bonkers or what?! They wanna war with Iran and they can't even handle dealing with the hizb. And they think that the American people are just going to agree to wasting more American blood and treasure when they absolutely and categorically refused to even go to war in smaller, weaker Syria. Yeah right, dream on zio scrubbers! Get with the program, not even Bush Jnr was prepared to attack Iran for israel - for good reason: IT'S NOT IN OUR INTEREST! There'll be unending civil unrest and violent demonstrations in our major cities instead of war against Iran - there will be a violent backlash against zionist institutions and leaders. Politicians who support a war against Iran will be identified and bulldozed out of office at the next elections. Netanyahu and his treasonous gangbangers on Capital Hill need to take the people's pulse on this (like Hilary did) before opening their big mouths in America just to give comfort to warmongering israelis thousands of miles away.

      But in the meantime, I'm really excited to have Netanyahu thugly, smugly incite for war against Iran, which will actually be an incitement for war against both Russia and China too. This is what people have to remember: IRAN IS NOT ALONE OR ISOLATED. Netanyahu's absurd song and dance will educate our country folk further on how ruinous our support for the warmongering Apartheid state of israel really is. I wholeheartedly encourage this teaching moment to take place before the cameras of the world.

      And I'm laughing my ass off right now to witness so much negative discussion of the 'special relationship' both in the msm and on the internet. Who woulda thunk it even a year ago?! The sacred cow is getting stuffed!

      And I look forward to Obama's response to Beelzebub's speech too. Maybe he'll do a rebuttal, not in congress, but to the people of America, explaining why foreign warmongering assholes should be ignored and ignored and ignored - and eventually kicked in butt if they won't quit it.

      And more than that, I look forward to watching both netanyahu and the republicans both lose their next elections over this heavy-handed attempt at kneecapping the Presidential institutions of the only super power in the world.

      How effing dare they?!!!

      You bet there's gonna be a heavy price to pay for this unwarranted vicious insolence!

  • Netanyahu speech could turn Israel lobby into a political football
  • Obama won't meet Netanyahu during 'bizarre,' 'historic,' 'unprecedented' visit (Updated)
    • LOL Cigary! I wholeheartedly accept the invite - Wyoming is my spiritual home (Yellowstone) - but can I bring my dog along? She's a great public speaker and has had much experience barking at israeli F-16's flying overhead.

      When I think of going back to my beach-bum life in LA, I experience instant and painful mental boredom. No doubt I'll get there and start getting itchy feet soon after - plus I'm long overdue to visit Wyoming - haven't been there in 6 years!

      I'm over living in cities. I wanna live wrapped in the silence of the countryside. Who needs cities when you've got the internet?

    • Palestinians are a happy lot today. I'm seeing Lebanese flags flying in Gaza! Public gathering and speeches in Gaza square praising the hizb and all resistors against the zionist regime.

      They are so grateful to the hizb for kicking some zio ass today.

    • Walid,

      Many calls for unity for Levant resistance groups. This latest hizb op will energize recruitment into the Levant resistance and not wahaf*ckingbism!

    • Walid,

      Looks like the hizb knew exactly what the isreali convoy was carrying, and also knew the time they would be going through the pass where they were ambushed.

      Freaky intelligence!

    • LOL Walid, yeah I just heard that too.

      So we've had the Six Day War, and now we have the Six Hour War - next it'll be the Six Minute War.

      Hands down, clearly the hizb won the battle for deterrence - again.

      The israelis thought they took that away from the hizb a week ago then the hizb quickly turned the tables right back to their favor again. And so swiftly too. Apparently the israelis weren't expecting a response 'so soon'. LOL!

      Look out for extra demonization of the hizb in western media because israel's butt is hurting.

    • Hearing that the mid east 'regional powers/allies' burned their phones out this morning calling the WH in a panic and saying the region could not stand another new war and to pressure israel into not escalating. Never mind that israel is too dumpy to escalate - these 'regional powers' are fearful of a regional war that will see them unseated from their religious dictatorships.

      Put it this way: a war between israel and hizbollah would push media interest in isis out the window and would revive the spirit of the original Arab spring (not the fake one that swallowed it up).

    • All for domestic reasons, just. Livni knows only two well that to strike at Lebanon means a strike on tel aviv.

      No politician in israel wants to tell the sick israelis that they're not all that anymore - they'd never get voted in if they told the truth.

    • It really is incredible how a handful of young southern Lebanese men set up a local resistance group that is now an undefeated regional power players.

      The hizb wars against israel and hizb tactics are the most studied in military academies around the world.

      You should check out Nasrallah's speech this coming Friday on presstv - catch it live if you can - well you're up early enough for mideast time right? I think it's on at 3pm Beirut time which is 5pm California time.

    • Just,

      I love it here. It's beautiful just like California but with no botox and no zionists in sight.

      Actually it's a lot more exciting here than in California - but I sure miss California though. Sadly, spending my last winter here and packing up to go back in a few months.

      I see it like this: instead of having gone back to college to learn Arabic in the USA, I came here and chilled, learned deep politics and did language immersion for three years. I'm a keener analyst for it, that's for sure.

    • Seafoid,

      Iran stepped in to help hizbollah later - to get the real grass-root history of hizbollah, visit Mleta Museum where it's all preserved and told and retold. It was literally a handful of young village men who formed a resistance and secretly trained in the empty hills and came back to attack the occupying idf in their village and succeeded and thus the next village did the same and so on and so forth. The first hizbollah fighters literary used kitchen knives and bird-hunting guns and home-made molotovs. And their biggest weapon in their arsenal? Their courage. They were not afraid to die in the name of liberty.

    • I'm perfectly safe where I am. Not worried one bit. Nobody is around here. But they sure are worried in israeli border settlements - panic is the operative word here, they panicking in israel.

    • They're saying there's hizb footage of the ambush.

    • Bintbiba,

      The hizb men who died in the Qunaitra attack last week were buried a few days ago and were referred to at their burial as 'the first martyrs in the mission to liberate Al Quds' (Jerusalem).

      Make no mistake: this is all about Palestine and the Liberation of Palestine.

    • Say, I'm in south Lebanon, close to the 2nd line of defense - about half an hour south east of the ancient port of Sidon - up in them endless rolling hills overlooking the Mediterranean sea. For two days we've had israeli F-16's flying over frequently after a notable long silence. Today: COMPLETE SILENCE IN THE SKIES. I guess the israeli are too busy pulling their pants up at the 1st line of defense heh heh.

    • Watching Al Mayadeen Arabic TV?

      Easy for Leonardo, as they say! You guys speak fluent Arabic but me and my pidgin Arabic wuhhh! And everyone talking excitedly so fast - yikes! Yeah I keep missing crucial words here and there and I have to keep listening in for repetitions to verify translations in my head. There's nobody in the house here who speaks fluent Arabic and I'm waiting for a village friend to visit after work and watch Al Mayadeen with me and translate the words that I don't know. But I gotta say, I learned my Arabic from watching AlMayadeen for a couple of hours, daily and for the past two years. To me, even though I still struggle to understand everything being said, I think it is by far the most informative tv station, probably in the universe - lol! If only they would subtitle in English - man! That would just be an awesome source of info and cogent analysis to millions more people.

      Meanwhile, Leiberman is in China stuffing his face with deep-fried noodles and selling our military secrets on the side, probably.

    • Nasrallah is slated to give a speech this Friday. This was announced last weekend. No doubt most of israel will be listening in too. PressTV usually runs Nasrallah's speeches live and with English translation.

    • Not looking like israel can handle a full on war right now. Netanyahu gambled in Quneitra, spent a week smug and strutting his sh*t around - then lost it all at 1pm today, Levant time.

      And I think his speech in congress on the 3rd of March will backfire on him too - in the eyes of the American public.'

    • Very complex and daring hizb operation: mission accomplished.

      It behooves all israelis to believe every single word that Nasrallah says and not their government propaganda and their politics of fear. Nassrallah calculates reality while the israeli military re-calculates the myth.

    • Looks like Walid and I are watching developments on Al Mayadeen together.

      They're now saying (in israel) that israel has a 'bank of targets' that it will resort to, instead of all out war.

    • Hizb destroyed 9 israeli missile launchers in the convoy that they ambushed.

      Foof - that's a big hit.

      Notice how the hizb is focused solely on idf military targets operating on Syrian territory. This carries the least political backlash. Clever buggers!

      Meanwhile the Arab League is freaking out and asking for an emergency UN session to 'stop hizbollah' - from punishing israel no doubt. LOL! And how predictable is that?! The Arab League is worth as much to the Arab 'cause' as Saudi oil is. They're owned by the wahabi freaks!

      But aaaah, it's nice to see Palestinian resistance leaders so cheerful today while being interviewed - they usually aren't. All Levant resistance leaders being interviewed are calling out for all off-shoot resistance groups to unite against the expansionist zionist menace.

    • Now I'm watching stills of the results of the hizb attack on idf - man, lethal images - idf vehicles are a mass of twisted metal. Hard core!

      There's also talk of one missing isareli soldier - no confirmation of this yet.

    • Escalation from the Lebanon border: rockets fired at isreali settlments.

      (I'm adding info to this series as I hear of new fast-moving developemnts).

      Netanyahu meeting his military right now to figure out the response etc.

    • Kiryat Shemona settlers rushing to shelters or heading south - army tells them to be prepared to 'defend yourselves'.

    • The hizb is saying that the op was "part one" - the retaliation is not over. Hmmmm.

    • Netanyahu slaps our President and Nasrallah punches Netanyahu back.

      That's the news brief for this week.

    • I'm hearing the hizb attacked an idf battalion with huge number of 'war machines and equipment', the operation was complex but the hizb's ambush worked for them and there are at least 15 dead idf soldiers. All this has now been confirmed.

      Israel had ZERO INTELLIGENCE on the hizb's operation. Gigantic failure there.

      I'm watching idf bombing a village near the Shebaa farms in response - the usual retaliation against civilians.

      Road to Sderdot closed by israeli military, Kiryat Shmona evacuated.

      Israel readying to now attack Jabal Al Shiek region with missiles - Jabal Al Shiek is where the hizb executed its operation.

      Panic in settler lalaland... settlers from other northern settlments are volunteering to evacuate.

      Haifa airport closed - and some other small military airport in northern israel.

      My quick analysis: the Golan front has been officially opened, after laying dormant for some forty years. Now israel will be forced to stretch out it's defenses. Not a secure position to be in.

      Will the aliya-makers arriving to Ben Gurion airport today turn right around and leave?

    • Netanahu statement: 'whoever dares us, well they've seen what happened to Gaza'.

      He's threatening to turn Lebanon into Gaza. But don't worry folks cuz Lebanon now has the ability to turn israel into Gaza too. The Net knows this - throwing his threats around for domestic consumption.

      This mini war going on right now is a struggle between hizb and idf over deterrance - israel with its attack on Quneitra was challenging the deterrence that the hizb had established since 2006 war - the hizb responded by re-establishing the deterrence. A slap for a slap and a punch for a punch - that's the reality that israel is in with regards to the hizb and there's nothing they can do to change it short of starting a full-blown regional war that will find tel aviv turned into Gaza.

    • Kinda OT but relevant:

      Hizbollah just attacked idf unit in golan and killed SIXTEEN idf soldiers - this is the hizb's response to isreal's terrorist attack on them in Qunaitra last week.

      The ball is now in israel's court: a slap for a slap is what they have in hand - will israel escalate it to full-blown war?

      I'm like 90 miles from the action - tuning in to Al Mayadeen TV for breaking news on this potentially explosive situation.

    • Unfettered American zionism is treason.

    • Roha,

      What you list are the actions of a desperate lot.

      Israelis can pretend all they want that everything is hunky dory with their hi-tec Apartheid state, but in actual fact, they have never been so insanely desperate and so desperately insane.

    • "Battle is generally upsetting and really young soldiers often get overwhelmed." -Dabkar

      No kidding Groucho!

      So why does your israel keep creating oppression and wars that would require the killing of its youth? ...Just so it could carry on with more oppressions and more wars? That's a sick beast of a country by any standard!

      And since when did the truth equal bravado? "It ain't bragging if it's true", as the great Muhammad Ali once said.

      The truth of the battles in 2006 is that the idf got its ass kicked badly by hizbollah - many idf soldiers died and the rest ran away from the battles weeping. In response, the israeli military practically withdrew from directly confronting hizb fighters and went on a killing rampage blitzing civilian habitation and structures and mascaraing over a thousand innocent Lebanese civilians, most of them nowhere near the battlefields. And pray tell: what did israel do merely hours AFTER the ceasefire was eventually agreed upon? It dropped over one million landmines on Lebanese territory, then refused to give maps of the drop-offs to international, humnitarian landmine clearing organizations. This is ALL well documented by independent observers and analysts. Or did you think no one is watching and recording israel's henious war crimes against its neighbors?!

      But of course you will remain brainwashed and deluded by macho-macho zio-man.

      It's especially crazy that you would be saying all that bs about the idf considering how much pitch-fever fear of the hizb is unsettling ALL israelis right now - since their terrorist attack on Quneitra several days ago. Everyone in israel is terrorized - so the israeli news and media themselves are telling us. I mean do you live under a small freaking rock or what?!

      You and the idf are not the untouchables and you are most certainly not the heroes.

    • Lysias.

      First I gotta say that monarchies absolutely disgust me. The new king, king Salman is the 25th son of the original self-appointed founder of the dynastic Al Saud. Self-appointed after the father slaughtered his way to consolidation of other desert tribes that Al Saud still ruthlessly rule over - disgusting!

      As Saudi kings go, the last king was actually a more reasonable fellow. The problem with individuals like the last king is that the system of governance does not allow for any 'reasonable' thinking whatsoever, rendering thus the late king's reasonableness as utterly ineffectual to creating modernization changes - and rendering any attempt at change through the cult of personality utterly impossible. Only a violent invasion or a violent coup or civil war would modernize Saudi society.

      The Saudi system is two-pronged: the so-called royal house of Al Saud is responsible for running state affairs: industries, trade, commerce and foreign policies - while the Wahabis run religious institutions through strict moral codes (if you can call them 'moral', that is) imposed on everybody treading Saudi soil, including foreigners.

      The Saudi monarchy thus is pitted against the Wahabis - both entities checking each others power, keeping the scales balanced. Even if the last king had put his foot down and demanded softer laws, on women's rights for instance, or demanded changes in foreign policy, members of his family who have converted to Wahabism would easily arrange for his assassination as they did with the king before him. The al-Tuwaijriis you mentioned thus are insider Wahabi gatekeepers and wardens over the Al Saud. So, ultimately, the Wahabis rule the dictates of governance in Saudi Arabia.

      The new king is less pleasant than the last one. Even though he verbally supports the Palestinian cause, he will continue to war with the Arab 'resistance' countries. A predictable contradiction that has become a Saudi foreign policy hallmark.

      The new success of the Houthie revolution in neighboring Yemen is about the biggest threat for the current Saudi status quo - which is why the Yemenis must be supported in their endeavors: dismantling Saudi and American grip on Yemeni internal politics and liberating a chunk of oil-rich Yemeni land that Saudi has been occupying for decades: equalizing Wahabi power with Shia power, energizing and mobilizing the down-trodden, poverty-struck Saudi Shia population. I predict the new king will have his hands full with the new political realities in Yemen - we may even see stirrings of war between Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

      The new king is 81 years old and suffering from 'forgetfulness' - not fit for ruling and high-stakes decision-making, if you ask me. The new king will not change anything: business as usual in the royal courts - till, of course, some kinda violent rebellion unseats the whole goddamn Al Saud-Wahabi structure.

      Here's what wiki has to say about the new king, Salman:
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    • Isreal is playing ping-pong and the hizb is playing chess.

    • Dabakar,

      I see it offends you for the Syrian army to be called the 'Arab' Syrian Army - well tough cuz that's their full name. Turkey has already lost in Syria, their evil plan has failed, so I don't know what the heck you're talking about. Also Egypt is actually presently setting up political negotiations between Bashar and the Syrian moderates (who have no blood on their hands), with the goal of establishing wider democratic institutions - so again I don't know what the heck you're talking about - you need to catch up on developments both political and military in Syria before you go off on your usual bravado propaganda of 'Arabs are effed and isreal is god of the region forever'. No dear, be scared, be very scared cuz what goes up, will eventually come down.

      And as to your blah blah idf soldiers are not scared of the hizb spin, let me just remind you what happened back in 2006 - thousands of such videos exist btw:

      Your shitty little army couldn't even penetrate more than 3 kilometers into Gaza a few months ago and most certainly couldn't get past the town squares of a couple of Lebanese villages bordering occupied Palestine back in 2006 - despite israel's superior armory - and actually, the idf were allowed into these border villages by the hizb so they could ambush and kill them and those idf-ers that survived the ambush ran away from Lebanon weeping., which is exactly what happened. I call this failure to penetrate into enemy territory a result of cowardice and lack of intelligence on the battlefield.

      I'd love to be a fly on the wall in your windowless shelter when not just the hizb, but the regional liberation army are marching steady and deep into the holy land. Oh you didn't know? Oh yeah you can bet your smug daily brainwash such an army exists and is currently in training. Hey don't blame me, blame your lying israeli ministry of information for not disseminating facts to its citizens - all for fear of creating mass panic and mass immigration out of your despicable Apartheid state. Your efforts at dividing Arab countries has resulted in a united regional resistance army. Was bound to happen this way sooner or later.

      I assure you, israel has only one more war left in it, so why don't we carry on this conversation when Palestine is liberated by the combined resistance forces of the Levant, okay dear?

    • Well the illegal isreali settlers all over occupied Palestine, especially the ones living on the northern boarder with Lebanon, categorically do not think the hizb are bluffing. And that's what matters at the end of the day heh heh heh.

      FYI, I don't for a sec believe the hizb are bluffers either.

    • Walid,

      Absolutely nobody wants isis around except for isreal and the saudis - aided by their helpers in USA.

      Iraq has already chosen to liquidate isis and has had a great week of successful battles, all thanks to Iran's help. This means Iraq accepts American bases - for the time being.

      And Syria: it's a matter of mere months now before the Arab Syrian Army will be controlling all Syria's strategic towns and cities - all that would remain is the final 'sweep' of disconnected terrorist enclaves. After which, the Arab Syrian army can start concentrating its efforts on cleaning up Quneitra of alquaida and its new bff, israel. I don't see "ten years" in the equation whatsoever.

      BTW, I am against hizb retaliating for last week's terrorist attack by israel in Quneitra. I think the hizb should hold fast and focus only of the eventual big clash with israel. No point in risking strategic gains for tactical ones; or exposing valuable secret weapons and battle plans for the sake of small military engagements (unless it furthers more strategic gains) - and I think hizb leaders know all this. After all, these terrorist attacks by israel are mere pin-pricks to the Lebanese resistance group. Let the criminal israeli settlers on the border worry themselves to death over whether the hizb is tunneling under their homes or not in the meantime.

    • I'd rather see an organic Shia hegemony in the Levant than a creepy alien zionist one.

      The Levant needs Iran to help fight the isis effers. The Levant does not need israel who is supporting the isis effers.

    • S'up Chu! Happy New Year - belatedly.

      Yes, that 'special relationship' - what a tedious cliche - even the word 'special': they use it like prissy pubescent cliques in a playground, not in the fashion of statesmen discussing nation affairs.

      "No daylight between us" - another barfer. A phrase loaded with pathological insecurities.

      The 'special, no daylight between us' relationship is as real as breasts on a bull.

    • Even yahoonews readers on numerous articles about this are up in arms about Boehner's invite to Netanyahu.

      Which is why I support it. Yes I do. I welcome bibi to my congress cuz it's about the worst PR move the zionist monstrosity can make right now.

      What the msm has been cleverly hiding from Joe and Jane regarding isreal will be in full glorious display in congress when he 'visits'.

      Netanyahu, the only Apartheid prime minister on the planet, fresh from massacring over 2000 Palestinian civilians including 500+ children, has been invited by sock puppet Boehner to stand at the lofty podium in congress and urge both sides of the isle to go kill more innocent civilians in their hundreds of thousands in Iran - on behalf of israel.

      Roll out the red carpets indeed. But just be sure to hide the silverware if wifey Sarah is coming to dinner after the show.

  • Congress invites Netanyahu to rebut Obama on Iran, and White House slams 'breach of protocol'

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