Queer Conservative

February 20, 2006

Pay No Attention To Those Terrorists Behind The Curtain!

Filed under: Dhimmitude, Islam, War on Terror — queerconservative @ 12:22 pm

He’s at it again. Jimmy Carter is admonishing Israel and the United States to give Hamas a chance to govern. It won’t be so bad he says, there are lots and lots of checks and balances on the power of the Palestinian Parliament. He puts forth a laundry list of reasons that are supposed to comfort us, such as President Abbas being Commander-in-Chief of the Palestinian military, having a veto over acts of Parliament, and the power to appoint and remove the Prime Minister. I would imagine Carter would have wanted to give Herr Hitler a chance to govern in 1933 as well, after all it’s not like he could take over the entire German government, President Hindenburg would never allow it!

Carter’s main point is that Israel and the U.S. not punish the Palestinian people by withholding aid and funding necessary to run the government. He suggests by-passing the Hamas led government and funneling the money through the United Nations. Because yeah, using the U.N. to distribute aid money has worked so well in the past.

I’m not sure anymore whether Carter is naive or just plain stupid, but I do know one thing, his advice is dangerous and we would do well to ignore it.

UPDATE: Ankle Biting Pundits points out some of Jimmy “Dhimmi” Carter’s past stupidity and deconstructs his latest drivel. Highlights:

  • In 1984, visited the home of then Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin. According to Dobryning Carter was concerned about Reagan’s defense build-up and explained that Moscow would be better off with someone else in the White House. If Reagan won, he warned, “There would not be a single agreement on arms control, especially on nuclear arms, as long as Reagan remained in power.”
  • In 1991, wrote a letter to the UN asking them to stop President Bush 41 from removing Saddam from Kuwait.
  • Stymied the attempt of President Clinton to stop North Korea from getting nuclear weapons, saying of Kim Jong Il: ” I found him to be vigorous, intelligent, surprisingly well-informed about the technical issues and in charge of the decisions about this country.” As for the North Koreans, Carter said the “people were very friendly and open.” The capital, Pyongyang, is a “bustling city,” where customers “pack the department stores,” which looked like “Wal-Mart in Americus, Georgia.”
  • Told Haitian dictator Lt. Gen. Raoul Cedras he was “ashamed of what my country has done to your country.”
  • Vouched for Fidel Castro’s statement that Cuba did not have the capability to produce biological weapons.
  • Backed Hugo Chavez’s claim that the Venezuelan elections were fair in the face of numerous reports to the contrary by respected election monitors and polling companies.
  • Keep in mind also that while President, Jimmy lectured Americans about an “irrational fear of communism, as well said that Yugoslavia’s Marshall Tito was “a man who believed in human rights”, called him “a great and courageous leader” who had led his people and protected their freedom.”

Carter. The. Worst. President. Ever.


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