Tuesday, March 3, 2015

(Video) Bibi Netanyahu Speech To US Congress

Congress has extended an invitation to Bibi Netanyahu to speak before an upcoming joint session. Obama took it as an affront to the dignity of his administration. Obama has sent a campaign team to Israel to ensure Netanyahu isn't re-elected. The latter reciprocated. Tuesday March 3 at 11:00 AM the speech to Congress is going ahead. 



Mar 3, 2015 Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's Full Speech To Congress on nuclear deal with Iran. 

UPDATE:




March 2, 2015


Bibi Netanyahu Speech at AIPAC




Mar 2, 2015 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Speech at AIPAC 2015 Policy Conference.

True to the nature of the conflict, a mix of information, misinformation and disinformation. Can you tell the difference!



Feb. 5, 2015


The Israeli Left Want Ambassador To the US Fired 




Feb. 2, 2015

Tit For Tat: Likud Hires Top Republican Strategist




Jan. 27, 2015

Obama Sends Campaign Team to Defeat Netanyahu




Jan. 26, 2015

What Bibi's Invitation to Congress Really Means

The reporting on the latest Obama-Netanyahu tiff has failed to explore a decisive geopolitical likelihood: Israel has calculated that Iran absolutely will not develop nuclear weapons during the remainder of the Obama administration. For those who closely follow the relationship between Israel and the United States, specifically the tumultuous rapport between Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu and President Barack Obama, it was assumed that the “chickensh*t” fiasco this past October was the climax of the Obama administration’s frustrations with Netanyahu. This assumption was obliterated however when Netanyahu accepted an invitation this week from Speaker John Boehner to address a joint session of Congress without first notifying the State Department or the Obama administration. Presumably Netanyahu’s speech will stress the importance of new sanctions and continued U.S. pressure on Iran. (Source)



Jan. 23, 2015

Obama Meltdown Over Netanyahu Congress Speech


According to Haaretz, one official says they have more ammunition to deploy against the leader of one of America’s strongest allies, and they intend to use it. “We thought we’ve seen everything,” a senior American official said. “But Bibi managed to surprise even us. There are things you simply don’t do. He spat in our face publicly and that’s no way to behave. Netanyahu ought to remember that President Obama has a year and a half left to his presidency, and that there will be a price.” (Source)



Nov. 2, 2014

Chickenshit Gate: Why Obama Hates Netanyahu


The Atlantis magazine has published a piece quoting White House officials speaking in uncommonly undiplomatic terms about Israeli PM Netanyahu. The White House slipped exceeding fast into damage control mode. What could possibly have prompted this lunacy?



Mr Dan Gillerman, former Israeli Ambassador to the UN.

UPDATE: While Obama's people anonymously taunt Netanyahu as a coward, it's their boss who acts like a coward, stabbing Israel in the back, slandering its leader anonymously through the media Why Obama Hates Netanyahu. (Source)


Oct. 30, 2014

'Comments Not Worthy Of Our Time'

What Psaki actually said: we take this with a grain of salt, anonymous comments are not worthy of our time.


Oct. 29, 2014

Psaki: Don't Care Who Called Netanyahu A “Chickenshit"

A State Department spokeswoman said Wednesday that the department is not working to figure out which an anonymous U.S. official called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “a chickenshit,” and indicated that the Obama administration won’t apologize to Netanyahu for the comment. Spokeswoman Jen Psaki was asked directly if officials were trying to learn who used that term in an interview with The Atlantic that was published Tuesday. The comment has immediately called into question the strength of the U.S.-Israel relationship, which was already widely seen as rocky under the Obama administration. But when asked if an investigation was underway, Psaki said simply, “No,” and then dodged a question about why no effort would be made. (Source)

PM Netanyahu Responds To White House Slurs




PM Benjamin Netanyahu responds to the recent open attack by an Obama admin officials.


White House Creating a Crisis With Israel? 

Yeah, what caused this tail wagging the doggie? Calling one of the very few leaders that actually protects his own people a coward and a chickenshit, is even for this administration of babies with razors, a wee bit over the top. Dan Gillerman suggests the aim might be to distract from a very dangerous and weak upcoming deal with Iran. Makes sense. 



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