Mitt Romney Praises his Israeli
Masters for Stealing Palestinian and American Fortunes
Al-Jazeerah, CCUN, July 31, 2012
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made his pilgrimage
to the Zionist, Apartheid, racist state of Israel, to pledge allegiance
and loyalty to his masters there.
He expressed his admiration of
his Zionist masters by telling them they are rich and their enemies, the
Palestinian people, are poor because of culture (below). Basically, he
implied that Palestinians are poor because they are Muslims and
Christians while Israeli
Zionists are rich because they are Jews.
Romney has chosen to
ignore the fact that Israeli Zionists have dispossessed the Palestinian
people of their homeland. They stole the whole country, with help from
world Zionists who control US-EU governments and force them, through
their control over corrupt politicians, to provide the Apartheid state
with continuous economic, financial, and military aid, since 1948.
Politicians like Romney are groomed and supported by Zionists until
they occupy the highest offices in the legislative and the executive
branches of governments. The objective is to make sure that the US-EU
governments continue their support to the Zionist state in its
continuous wars of destroying Arab and Muslim states to pave the way for
the emergence of the Israeli empire in energy-rich Middle Eastern
So, Mitt, Israelis are not rich because of their
intelligence or hard work or innovations in service for the world peace and
civilization. They never did any of that. Rather, they are rich because
they stole the Holy Land of Palestine from its legal and rightful
owners, the Palestinian people, who have lived in their ancestral
homeland for thousands of years, even before Abraham arrived to Cana'an
Whether you like it or not, Mitt, the present-day
Palestinians are the true descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, as
well as the Cana'anites and the Philistines. Most of them became
Christians then Muslims but they are still descendants of Abraham,
Isaac, and Jacob.
The Zionists you admire are mainly of Central
Asian, Khazari, and Eastern European origins. They have no roots in the
Middle East and no affinity to the Semites of the region. Because of
their continuous persecution of the Palestinian people and their
continuous wars on almost all nations of that region, they presented
themselves as the ultimate anti-Semitic ruthless invaders, who are not
interested in coexistence with other nations around them.
other major reason why the Israelis are rich is the continuous
financial, economic, and military aid extracted from the US and EU
countries through crooked politicians. The U.S. is $15.4 trillion
in debt, mainly as a result of the Zionist global war on Muslims planned
by Wolfowitz-Pearle-Feith and implemented by Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld.
However, corrupt politicians have not stopped sending more than $3
billion to the Zionist state every year.
By the way, pirates and
invaders were also rich throughout history by stealing fortunes of good
people. Gamblers of our time, like your Zionist backers and handlers,
are also rich.
May God guide Americans to defeat you in this coming
elections, so the U.S. and Iran may be saved from the devastating war
your Israeli masters want you to launch on their behalf.
Romney angers Palestinians with pro-Israel comment
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM —
CBS News, July 30, 2012
Mitt Romney's campaign stop in Israel left behind furious
Palestinians charging that the Republican presidential candidate hasn't
fully grasped the complexities of one of the world's most intractable
Romney's sweeping embrace of Israeli government
positions — especially on the Iranian nuclear program — came as no
surprise. But Palestinian — and some Israeli — critics say he overshot
by seeming to snub the Palestinians' President, dismiss their claims to
Jerusalem, and suggest their culture is inferior to Israel's.
That came on Monday when Romney addressed the stark economic differences
between Israel — a high-tech powerhouse with the per capita income of a
developed nation — and the poorer Palestinians. Romney told an audience
of affluent Jewish donors — including gambling magnate Sheldon Adelson,
who is pumping millions into a crusade to defeat President Barack Obama
— that some economic historians have theorized that "culture makes all
"You notice a
stark difference in economic vitality" between Israel and the
Palestinians, Romney said, proceeding to badly flub the
economic output numbers on both sides. "And as I come here and I look
out over this city and consider the accomplishments of the people of
this nation, I recognize the power of at least culture and a few other
things," he said, citing an innovative business climate and the Jewish
history of thriving in difficult circumstances.
leaders were outraged.
"The statement reflects
a clear racist spirit,"
said Palestinian Labor Minister Ahmed Majdalani. "If Romney came here to
rally Israeli and Jewish support in the U.S. election, he can do that
without insulting the Palestinian people."
As criticism mounted
as he traveled from Israel to Poland later Monday, campaign spokeswoman
Andrea Saul said the candidate's comments were "grossly
mischaracterized." The Republican's campaign contended Romney's
comparison of countries that are close to each other and have wide
income disparities — the U.S. and Mexico, Chile and Ecuador — showed his
comments were broader than just the comparison between Israel and
Palestine. While speaking to U.S. audiences, Romney often highlights
culture as a key to economic success and emphasizes the power of the
American entrepreneurial spirit compared to the values of other
Palestinians noted that
Romney's comments did not address the stifling effect of Israel's
occupation. Although Israel
withdrew its soldiers and settlers from Gaza in 2005, it continues to
(blockade the Palestinian territory and) restrict Palestinian trade and
movement there and in the West Bank. The World Bank and the
International Monetary Fund have said repeatedly the Palestinian economy
can only grow in a sustainable way of Israel lifts those restrictions.
Saeb Erekat, a senior Palestinian official, said Romney's comments
are hurting U.S. efforts to restore Washington's standing in the Muslim
and Arab world.
"There are 57 Muslim and Arab countries here, and
while U.S. diplomats are exerting every possible effort to explain their
position, here comes Romney, with no knowledge of the region, its
history and culture, and gives such statements, which will only serve as
ammunition in the hands of extremists in this region," Erekat said.
In recent years, the U.S. has remained constant in its support for
establishing a Palestinian state alongside Israel, regardless of whether
a Democrat or a Republican sat in the White House. But two decades of
on-again, off-again U.S.-led peace efforts have been bedeviled by
violence and have not nudged the sides towards a final peace deal that
would settle borders and other issues.
"We need the U.S. as an
honest broker for peace, between us and the Palestinians," said Alon
Liel, a former senior Israeli Foreign Ministry official. "It's not
enough being a friend. If we don't have the honest broker, we don't have
peace. There are no signs that Romney understands it."
Israeli Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, a former Israeli ambassador to
Washington, came to Romney's defense, saying he was impressed by "his
intellect, by his breadth of knowledge and his vision."
become the norm for U.S. presidential hopefuls to make a stop in Israel
in hopes of winning support from Jewish voters in the U.S., and
Palestinian officials say Romney's embrace of Israel's positions was
expected, especially with polls showing a close race. Romney apparently
hoped to exploit the sense that Obama's relations with Israelis and the
government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been rocky.
Israeli officials received
Romney warmly as he agreed with Israel that Jerusalem is Israel's
capital, disregarding the Palestinians' claim to the war-won eastern
sector, annexed by Israel in 1967 in a move that is not internationally
recognized. Romney also suggested he was open to move the U.S. Embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, something the Israelis have long sought but
the U.S. has refused to do because it would imply recognition of Israeli
sovereignty over the entire city.
Romney also spoke
categorically about protecting Israel from Iran's nuclear ambitions,
which both Israel and the U.S. think are directed at producing bombs,
despite Tehran's denial. He also cancelled a planned meeting with
Israel's opposition Labor Party leader, sparking concerns among Israeli
commentators that Netanyahu and his visitor appeared so politically
allied that it might endanger Israel's standing in Washington if Obama
During his 36 hours in Israel, Romney did not
make the 30-minute trip to the West Bank or seek a meeting with
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, though he did meet briefly with
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Romney left Israel
Romney's remarks also managed
to offend some Jews, who thought the talk about Jewish prosperity played
into an anti-Semitic stereotype. "When I heard the association between
Jews and money, it really caused me some uncomfortable feeling, I must
say, because that was what was said by anti-Semites all over the years,"
said Abraham Diskin, a political science professor at the
Inter-Disciplinary Center outside Tel Aviv.
reported from the West Bank. Associated Press writers Diaa Hadid in
Jerusalem and Mohammed Daraghmeh in Ramallah, West Bank contributed
Palestinian officials say Romney undermining peace process
(Reuters/Jason Reed) By
RAMALLAH (Reuters) --
Palestinian officials accused US Republican presidential candidate
Mitt Romney on Monday of
undermining peace prospects by calling Jerusalem
"the capital of Israel", ignoring Palestinian rights and most
Romney used the term on Sunday to sustained
applause from his Israeli audience in the Holy City, during a trip to
present himself as Israel's closest ally ahead of the Nov. 6 election
contest with President Barack Obama.
condemn his statements. Those who speak about the two-state
solution should know that there can be no Palestinian state without East
Jerusalem," Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Reuters on Monday.
"What this man is doing here is just
promoting extremism, violence and hatred, and this is absolutely
unacceptable," he said. "His statements are just rewarding the (illegal
Israeli military) occupation and aggression."
eastern Jerusalem during a 1967 war. A UN
Security Council resolution condemns a 1980 Israeli law that declared
Jerusalem the "complete and undivided" capital of the country as a
violation of international law.
Most countries, including the United States, have not recognized
Israel's declaration and have kept their embassies in the coastal city
of Tel Aviv.
Previous US presidential candidates,
including Senator Obama in June 2008, have referred to Jerusalem as
Israel's capital ahead of elections, only to row back when taking power
and suggest the issue should be resolved by negotiations.
senior aide to President Mahmoud Abbas, Nabil Abu Rudainah, said
Romney's statements were unhelpful, stood in the way of a peace
settlement and "contradict the previous positions
held by the American administration".
Organization secretary-general Yasser Abed Rabbo said: "American policy
makers must abandon hypocrisy and stop
attempting to gain votes at the expense of the Palestinian people's
He added: "Mr Romney must understand
that such an era has ended and Arab nations who are rebelling for the
sake of freedom and dignity will not allow him to mess with their fates
in order to win some votes."
Romney met Palestinian Authority
Prime Minister Salam Fayyad briefly in Jerusalem on Sunday, but did not
travel to the nearby occupied West Bank, focusing primarily on Israeli
In an interview with CNN, Romney refused to be pinned
down on whether he would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital if he
beats Obama and wins the White House.
"A nation has the capacity
to choose its own capital city, and Jerusalem is Israel's capital," he
"I think it's long been the policy of our country to
ultimately have our embassy in the nation's capital, Jerusalem. The
decision to actually make the move is one, if I were president, I would
want to take in consultation with the leadership of the (Israeli)
government which exists at that time. So I would follow the same policy
we have in the past."
Pressed on whether he would make the move
on becoming president, Romney said: "I'm not going to make foreign
policy for my nation, particularly while I'm on foreign soil. My
understanding is the policy of our nation has been a desire to move our
embassy ultimately to the capital."
Seeking American Jewish and
fundamentalist Christian votes, Romney has criticized Obama on Israel,
alleging last year that the President had "thrown Israel under a bus" in
pushing hard for a two-state solution between Israel and the
Direct peace talks brokered by Washington ground to
a halt in 2010 and attempts to get the two sides back to the negotiating
table have since failed.
Romney did not criticize Obama by name
during his two-day stay but made some pointed criticisms of his
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak made clear on
Monday he was happy with the support received from the US president.
"This American administration of Obama has been giving unprecedented
backing to Israel's security ... This administration has done a lot to
maintain Israel's qualitative advantage," he told Israel Radio.
Romney courts Jewish donors, says occupied Jerusalem capital
[ 30/07/2012 - 02:04 PM ]
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)--
US right-wing republican candidate Mitt Romney claimed on Sunday that
the occupied city of Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and vowed to
move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem if elected president.
In a speech described as an attempt to bootlick the Jewish audience
and donors of his presidential campaign, Romney emphasized, during a
visit to Jerusalem, the shared interests and values between the US and
the Israeli regime.
He also gave a solemn pledge to block Iran from achieving its nuclear
aspirations and to stand by Israel if it decided to use military force
"The ayatollahs in Iran are testing our moral defenses. They want to
know who will object and who will look the other way," he said. "We will
not look away nor will our country ever look away from our passion and
commitment to Israel."
Political analysts opined that Romney declared himself in advance as
a warmonger when he made an irresponsible full commitment to siding with
Israel against its enemies by every conceivable means.
Mitt Romney arrived in the occupied Palestinian territories late on
Saturday to meet top Israeli officials, deliver a public speech and hold
a major fundraiser for his presidential campaign.
Romney raises over $1 million at end of Israel trip
July 29. (Reuters/Nir Elias) By
JERUSALEM (Reuters) --
US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Monday tapped
Jewish-American donors for more than $1 million, ending a trip to Israel
that aimed to show he would be a better ally than President Barack
After days in which Romney spoke mostly on foreign policy
issues, the fundraiser returned him to more comfortable turf -- the
state of the US economy, which he sees as the main issue in the Nov. 6
It was the second fundraiser of Romney's trip abroad.
He picked up $2 million from Americans in London, as the candidates
compete for cash for the expected multi-million-dollar burst of
political TV ads in the last 100 days of the campaign.
Las Vegas casino owner Sheldon Adelson, an ally
of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as well, sat to Romney's
left at the breakfast event in Jerusalem.
backed Romney rival Newt Gingrich in the Republican primary, but has
turned his support to the former Massachusetts governor.
Adelson has contributed some $10 million to a "Superpac"
that supports Romney. A Superpac is an outside group not directly
affiliated with a campaign that can support a candidate.
(This is one way of how Zionists control
the U.S. political system, in addition to their control and ownership of
the mass media).
'Stark Difference' of Income Between Israelis and
Romney received a warm welcome from
Israeli leaders as he tried to portray himself as a better friend of
Israel than Obama, whose relationship with Netanyahu has been testy.
While Romney carried a clear pro-Israel message, he also noted a
"stark difference" in the average incomes of Israelis and Palestinians
-- $25,000 and $1,000, respectively.
Palestinian Authority Prime
Minister Salam Fayyad, who held a brief meeting with Romney on Sunday,
told Reuters in a Twitter exchange they had discussed "the peace process
and the economical challenges in Palestine."
But on Monday,
Palestinians accused Romney of undermining peace prospects by calling
Jerusalem "the capital of Israel," ignoring their own claims to the city
and most world opinion.
Romney used the term on Sunday to
sustained applause from his Israeli audience in Jerusalem.
condemn his statements. Those who speak about the two-state solution
should know that there can be no Palestinian state without East
Jerusalem," chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Reuters.
Romney began his foreign trip in London, where he irked Britons by
questioning their readiness to host the Summer Olympics.
heads to Poland later on Monday, where he is scheduled to meet with
Solidarity leader Lech Walesa in Gdansk, as well as Polish Prime
Minister Donald Tusk and to visit a World War Two memorial.