Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Jimmy Carter, Unwitting Crusader for Islamofascism

Jimmy Carter, Unwitting Crusader for Islamofascism

written by Ken on Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Not since Neville Chamberlain has the world seen as wreckless an appeaser as Jimmy Carter.

During the Jimmy Carter nightmare in the 70's, Iran took 52 American's hostage for 444 days and had the most powerful nation on Earth on its knees. Not until a real President, Ronald Reagan, came to office did Iran take the US serious enough to release all American Hostages. Since then we have had to live with Iran as a rogue Islamic state thanks to the peanut farmer, turn politician, turn terrorism appeaser. Since Jimmy Carter left office he has shaken hands with every tin horn dictator imaginable.Recently Carter met with the terrorist group Hamas, and while in the Middle East he paid his respects and laid a wreath at the toomb of the terrorist Yasser Arafat. Israel condemned the move and refused to provide Carter with a security detail. No need for security when Carter was among his best friends. Carter now has offered to be the mouth peace for Hamas to the United States and Israel.

Both the US and Israel rightfully declined, reminding him we do not deal with terrorists.At best Carter is naive allowing himself to used by terrorists for propaganda purposes, at worst he is just another leftist politician that sympathizes with the Palestinians at the expense of Israel.Whatever his motivation he has become wreckless and dangerous. It seems not much has changed in 30 years.

Carter embraces Hamas official at West Bank meeting

JERUSALEM (AP) — Former President Carter angered Israel's government Tuesday by embracing a Hamas politician during a visit to the West Bank, ignoring Israeli and U.S. designation of the Islamic militants as a terror group. Israel accused Carter, the broker of the first Arab-Israeli peace accord, of "dignifying" extremists. But Carter vowed to meet Hamas' supreme leader this week in Syria.
Carter, a Nobel Peace laureate, also laid a wreath at Yasser Arafat's grave, another break with U.S. policy during a private peace mission to the Middle East that includes stops in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Syria — where the virulently anti-Israel Hamas movement has its headquarters. Carter returns to Israel on Monday.
Carter has been shunned by Israel this week, and the White House has criticized him for his willingness to meet with Hamas leaders. Carter says the U.S. and Israel should stop isolating the group, whose control of the Gaza Strip threatens to undermine Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts.

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