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Jimmy Carter — Jew Hater

Saturday, December 2, 2006

Yes that’s right I said it because know one else will. It’s on the tip of everyone’s tongue, isn’t it? Carter’s been everywhere promoting the hell out of his new book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. President Carter’s book squarely places the blame on Israel for the Palestine conflict and by extension all the conflicts in the Middle East.



CNN loves him, in the past week he’s been on Larry King, Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper. Since he pretends to be an expert on the Middle East they’ve all asked him about Iraq and naturally make comparisons with Viet Nam.

An expert on the Middle East ? — Remember the Iran hostage crisis that took place during Carter’s presidency from November 4, 1979 until January 20, 1981, a 444-day period!! Remember Operation Eagle Claw, the failed hostage rescue mission that caused the deaths of eight servicemen. Remember that the hostages were finally released after President Reagan was inaugurated.

Jimmy Carter has been a Jew Hater his entire political life — don’t believe me well then read this “Jimmy Carter’s Jewish Problem” from Jason Maoz, Senior Editor of I’m going to re-post the entire thing — it’s an eye opener !!

Jimmy Carter’s Jewish Problem
By: Jason Maoz, Senior Editor

For those with eyes to see, there were hints as far back as the 1976 presidential campaign of the trouble to come. Early that year, Harper’s magazine published “Jimmy Carter’s Pathetic Lies,” a devastating exposé of Carter’s record in Georgia by a then little-known journalist named Steven Brill.

Reg Murphy, who as editor of the Atlanta Constitution had kept a close eye on Carter’s rise in state politics, declared, “Jimmy Carter is one of the three or four phoniest men I ever met.”

Speechwriter Bob Shrum quit the Carter campaign after just a few weeks, disgusted with what he described as Carter’s penchant for fudging the truth. He also related that Carter, convinced the Jewish vote in the Democratic primaries would go to Senator Henry (“Scoop”) Jackson, had instructed his staff not to issue any more statements on the Middle East.

“Jackson has all the Jews anyway,” Shrum quoted Carter as saying. “We get the Christians.”

Relations between Carter and Israel were tense from the outset of the Carter presidency. Carter’s hostility was evident to Israeli foreign minister Moshe Dayan, who in his memoir Breakthrough described a July 1977 White House meeting between Carter and Israeli officials. “You are more stubborn than the Arabs, and you put obstacles on the path to peace,’’ an angry Carter scolded Dayan and his colleagues.

“Our talk,” Dayan wrote, “lasted more than an hour and was most unpleasant. President Carter … launched charge after charge against Israel.”

On October 1, 1977, the U.S. and the Soviet Union unexpectedly issued a joint statement on the Middle East calling for an Arab-Israeli peace conference in Geneva, with the participation of Palestinian representatives. The communiqué marked the first time the U.S. officially employed the phrase “legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.”

Reaction in the U.S. was immediate and furious. “[A] political firestorm erupted,” wrote historian Steven Spiegel. “After American officials had worked successfully for years to reduce Russian influence over the Mideast peace process and in the area as whole, critics could not understand why the administration had suddenly invited Moscow to return.”

Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, who five years earlier had expelled thousands of Soviet military advisers from Egypt, neither liked nor trusted the Russians, and decided to kill the U.S.-Soviet initiative in the womb. His decision to go to Jerusalem to address the Knesset electrified the world and caught the Carter administration completely off guard.

Eventually the U.S. would broker what became known as the Camp David Accords and oversee the signing of the 1979 Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty. But Carter was far from a dispassionate third party. His disdain for Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin and near hero-worship of Sadat were clearly reflected in his demeanor and has informed nearly everything he’s written on the Middle East since leaving office.

In The Unfinished Presidency, his book about Carter’s post-White House activities, the liberal historian Douglas Brinkley provides a detailed account of the former president’s obsession with helping Palestinian terror chief Yasir Arafat polish his image. Carter, according to Brinkley, regularly advised Arafat on how to shape his message for Western journalists and even wrote some speeches for him.

Carter was also a vocal critic of Israeli policies and “view[ed] the unarmed young Palestinians who stood up against thousands of Israel soldiers as ‘instant heroes,’ ” wrote Brinkley. “Buoyed by the intifada, Carter passed on to the Palestinians, through Arafat, his congratulations.”

Former New York mayor Ed Koch, in his 1984 bestseller Mayor, recounted a conversation he had shortly before the 1980 election with Cyrus Vance, who’d recently resigned as Carter’s secretary of state. Koch told Vance that many Jews would not be voting for Carter because they feared “that if he is reelected he will sell them out.”

“Vance,” recalled Koch, “nodded and said, ‘He will.’ ”

In Dangerous Liaison: The Inside Story of the U.S.-Israeli Covert Relationship, Andrew and Leslie Cockburn revealed that during a March 1980 meeting with his senior political advisers, Carter, discussing his fading reelection prospects and his sinking approval rating in the Jewish community, snapped, “If I get back in, I’m going to [expletive] the Jews.”

Carter – such was the country’s good fortune – did not get back in. But as evidenced by his years of pro-Palestinian advocacy, reams of anti-Israel op-ed articles, and the release last week of his latest book/screed, Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, he’s been trying to [expletive] the Jews ever since.

Here’s more proof — Democrats distanced themselves from the former Democratic President’s book prior to the November 2006 mid-term election.

On 30 October, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean, and House Minority Leader and soon-to-be Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi stated that the book does not represent their views on the Israel.
“While I have tremendous respect for former President Carter, I fundamentally disagree and do not support his analysis of Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” Dean’s statement said. “On this issue President Carter speaks for himself, the opinions in his book are his own, they are not the views or position of the Democratic Party. I and other Democrats will continue to stand with Israel in its battle against terrorism and for a lasting peace with its neighbors.”

Pelosi wrote: “It is wrong to suggest that the Jewish people would support a government in Israel or anywhere else that institutionalizes ethnically based oppression, and Democrats reject that allegation vigorously. With all due respect to former President Carter, he does not speak for the Democratic Party on Israel.”

U.S. Representatives Steve Israel, Charlie Rangel, Jerrold Nadler, and John Conyers, Jr. also released statements critical of the book. “I cannot agree with the book’s title and its implications about apartheid,” Conyers wrote. “I recently called the former president to express my concerns about the title of the book, and to request that the title be changed.” Congressman Israel said, “The reason for the Palestinian plight is the Palestinians. Their leadership has no regard for the quality of life for their people and no capability of providing security or enforcing peace, and they have no one to blame but themselves.” He also added that the “book clearly does not reflect the direction of the party; it reflects the opinion of one man.”

So I guess everyone agrees — Jimmy Carter is a Jew Hater!


21 Comments leave one →
  1. David Irving permalink
    Saturday, December 2, 2006 12:48 pm

    Your make it sound like jew-hating is a bad thing.

    Seriously, you are SO misguided to think that former President Carter hates jews. Check and see how much money he approved to be sent to Israel during his administration. Gosh, I wish he would ‘hate’ ME like that.

    What Pres. Carter did not like is a bully and that is what Israel is. They have become the very people that they hate.. nazis.

    They are occupying land that they agreed to give to the Palestinians and have spied on US citizens (google it) with a ‘I dont give a shit’ attitude.

    You will never find a president more morally superior than this fine man.

    God bless Pres. Carter.

  2. helloworld permalink
    Saturday, December 2, 2006 2:09 pm

    Carter senses the gentle winds of change.
    israel cannot survive the scrutiny of the un-propagandized web generation.
    Securing a legacy by being on the right side is the story here.

  3. Sunday, December 3, 2006 4:23 pm

    David, what land was promised?
    Jewish land, belonging to Jewish people since time immemorial (Source: The Bible)
    promised in a foolish attempt to gain peace.
    The results?
    Even had Israel possessed the right to ‘give’ up its land, the part with which they have attempted to negotiate with has failed to even try to uphold its side of the bargain.

  4. Monday, December 4, 2006 10:35 am

    Good call on the Peanut Farmer! Carter is a full blown Socialist who attempts to hide that Socialism behind a facade of so called ‘Christian beliefs’. Carter is a Jew hater and he has recently come out of the closet with that hate!

    Some have said that Bush II is the worst, most inept POTUS ever. However Bush II has a long way to go to reach the heights of blundering ineptitude that marked the Carter administration!

  5. Monday, December 4, 2006 5:57 pm

    Great peice. The US would have been much better off if Jimmah had decided he liked peanuts more than arabs :(

    Nice site btw, linked to you (via Misha)

  6. Ay Uaxe permalink
    Tuesday, December 5, 2006 9:09 am

    Carter is the archetype of the Baptist in the joke about why you never take one Baptist fishing with you–’cause he’ll drink all your beer! But seriously ladies and germs, he is a disgusting hypocrite, liar, and progressively approaching (indeed, may have overshot) full-blown traitor status. Let us never forget, as the nation did regretfully in ’76, that it’s better to have a bumpkin (like Ford or W) in the White House than a snake (like Carter or either Clinton).

  7. Syndic Nuruodo permalink
    Tuesday, December 5, 2006 12:13 pm

    Questions for David Irving (a proud jew hater):

    Which country is “occupied” by Israel?
    Where are the concentration camps and gas chambers?
    If I am a “nazi”, then why I don’t I kill my muslim neighbours? (I live in a predominantly muslim neighbourhood in Haifa).
    Why don’t I try to blow up the mosque, which is located within 300 meters from my home?
    Why don’t you join the “good” jihadist scumbags? Scared of eeevil jooos?

  8. Basilisk permalink
    Wednesday, December 6, 2006 6:31 pm

    Even if you were to dismiss the Bible as proof of claim to sovereign Israeli lands, you’d have history itself to contend with.

    In the early 19th Century, Palestine was nothing more than a backwater province of the Ottoman Empire. Even before Mark Twain’s oft-quoted chapters from Innocents Abroad, visitors to Palestine found a sparsely-wasteland. An English pilgrim in 1590 wrote, “Nothing there [meaning Jerusalem] to be seen but a little of the old walls which is yet remaining and all the rest is grass, moss and weeds.” And a British consul in 1857 observed, ” The country is in a considerable degree empty of inhabitants and therefore its greatest need is of a body of population.” What Palestinians are there now are for the most part not indigenous peoples as we define the term.

    Significant populations of Arabic immigrants to Palestine didn’t happen until the first half of the twentieth century. From 1893 to 1947 while the Palestinian Arab population slightly more than doubled in areas where no Jews were settled, it quintupled in the main areas of Jewish settlement. Arab immigrants responded to the economic boom that Jewish settlers had created. Arab immigrants are under no entitlement to land simply because they wanted to take advantage of the civilisation Israelis had established. Neither history nor their hard work to make the land livable (or rather, their lack of work in that regard) support any demands of entitlement.

    Ironically, Israelis would otherwise have little problems allowing Arabs to live and work alongside them (as evidenced by the thousand of Arab-Israelis living peacefully inside Jerusalem) were it not for the fact that Palestinians don’t want just land of their own. It may be a combination of class envy, (Never you mind that Jews work harder for those nice things) religion-driven hatred for Jews, (which I can NEVER understand, seeing how Mohammed himself stressed the importance of revering the source of their beliefs) and good old-fashioned Muslim victim mentality. But whatever the case may be, Steve Israel is quite correct: the Palestinians have only themselves to blame for their “plight”.

  9. Wednesday, December 6, 2006 8:45 pm

    A well written comment that so eloquently brings proof to our beliefs.

  10. Ozymandias permalink
    Sunday, December 10, 2006 10:05 pm

    David irving is an ignorant child. Why bother responding to him.

  11. E. Peter permalink
    Monday, December 11, 2006 8:08 am

    It’s interesting how paradigm shifts occur. Does anyone find it interesting how the oppressed became oppressors? One should never forget the lessons of babylon.

  12. Paul permalink
    Friday, December 15, 2006 8:18 am

    The Jews just don’t seem to get it. Americans are sick of watching the Jews fleece corporate America. I.E. Sandy Weill 150 million retirement package from Citigroup. Eisner -300 million from Disney .Katzenberg over 100 million from Disney for less than a year. The list goes on and on and on. Bernanke, Greenspan. Hollywood-Billions reaped every year 90% to the Jews. They plunder this fortune in everyones face with impunity.
    Why do you never see any Jews doing anything for the poorslobs(non-jews) that make up 70% of our country. Why are we losing our kids in the middleeast every day protecting Israel? It’s getting old.

  13. Tom permalink
    Monday, December 18, 2006 11:39 pm

    If the Mulsims in the middle east put down their weapons, there would be peace.
    If the Jews put down their weapons they, and Israel, would be no more.

    This business of “Israel has become the oppressor” is Muslim pretend-victimhood.
    It’s something they have practiced for over 1000 years, and useful idiots believe it
    and run around parroting the big lies just as though they have some idea what they
    are saying. They do not. Remember the signs from this past summer? They read
    “we are all hezbollah”. Huh? who’s “we”? I for one cannot sympathize with a proxy
    army that answers to Tehran, as if they are some poor downtrodden decent folks
    jus’ tryin’ tuh git us a BREAK!! in this big ole scary tough world!! Bullshit.

    Carter is a shameful disgrace and needs to fuck off to his eternal reward, whatever that may be, the sooner the better.

  14. Tom permalink
    Monday, December 18, 2006 11:47 pm

    Paul says “Jews fleece corporate America” … sounds like you have business-acumen envy, brain envy, penis envy, whatever. You sound like an ignorant child, head full of
    some wild idea burning its way through your head and this one’s political, not like the
    sexual ideas that normally consume you. Oh yeah, this one’s bigger, more important,
    than Suzie’s tits, or Sally’s ass, or the cleavage on the MILF next door, this one’s
    POLITICAL!! and somewhere in the back of your waste-of-flesh mind is the idea that
    if you run with it, get a hold of it, somehow master it, you could rule the world!!

    Give up politics, child, and go back to your masturbation. It much better suits you.

  15. ksm permalink
    Friday, February 23, 2007 4:32 pm

    white men like him critize israel not knowing a single thing about the people or the land of israel what about his family and other like him saying sorry for slavry and sorry to native americans for his peoples racism maybe a case of calling the kettle black???????????????????

  16. ksm permalink
    Friday, February 23, 2007 4:43 pm

    david irving? not thee david irving nazi loving scum-bag WoW thought u where locked up in prison? being someones bitch????????????? what a pity!!!

  17. XiaoPongTze permalink
    Tuesday, June 12, 2007 4:47 pm

    A lot of anti-semitism coming out as criticism here. The problem is no one is allowed to criticize Israel unless they are jewish/israeli without being called an anti-semite. The USA has given a lot to Israel – money, protection, support, etc. We welcome Jewish people to come here and live free and worship and have whatever culture they desire. They are great Americans and have contributed huge amounts to our culture and success. No one should ever forget that.

    The problem is not a Jewish problem, it is a pro-Israel problem. There are powerful lobbies and officials that push a pro-israel agenda and if anyone questions it they are called anti-semitic. It is political suicide for any govt. official to question the support and funding we provide Israel. No one will stand up to our writing a blank check for a govt. that is completely out of control and our total support for them makes the Middle East much more dangerous. Almost all of the Neo-cons that dragged us into this disastrous war in Iraq against our best interests in the war against terror are fervent pro-Israeli policy makers. Many of them obviously value Israel over the USA or feel that we can afford to make policy blunders that may help meet Israeli goals.

    It is time that Israel stood on its own with us continuing to support them as an ally but not letting them dictate US foreign policy in the Middle East. We should also discontinue the massive funding and weapons technology that we provide them. Why do we have to support and bankroll this country still… it is time that Israel truly learned to stand on their own and execute policy knowing this. I think they would be much less aggressive, the region would be less volatile and we would not be dragged into all of these situations.

    Then we can just focus on what is really in our interest… Letting our big petro companies steal all of the Arabs oil!

  18. XiaoPongTze permalink
    Tuesday, June 12, 2007 4:50 pm

    PS – Jimmy Carter understands the twisted nature of the USA/Israel relationship and saw how it was not in the best interest of the USA.

    PPS – I love Jews. They are damn sexy!

  19. Monday, September 15, 2008 10:56 pm

    It would seem Jews are above reproach.Our tax dollars are payig for a racist theocratic state in the Middle East.The screaming by the self professed chosen people of a vicious tribal god proves what kind of spoiled children they are….But power can really go to the ‘collective head’Woodrow Wilson,FDR,Churchill,Stalin,BlairBush,all obey there masters millions die and suffer,just so the special people can stand apart and dominate the masses.Well not me.Thank goodness for Mr.Carter,and the courageous and most brilliant historian in the world.David Irving.(You put him in jail,and black listed his books.,why isn’t that:Oye ve-Hitlerism.

  20. Mike permalink
    Saturday, January 10, 2009 4:29 pm

    Israel is parasitic to the USA, sucking our tax dollars and depleting out international good will. If they want to mercilessly slaughter Arabs, such as in Gaza, then they can do it with their own tax dollars.

    The same goes for Iraq. That war was fought to make Israel safer. If they wanted to take out Saddam they should have done it themselves. Instead, 1 trillion of my tax dollars and 4,000 of my fellow Americans paid that price. Of course, instead of democracy, we have a theocratic Iranian puppet regime.

    My distaste for Israel has nothing to do with my opinion of Jews. I detect a persistent whining about “anti-semites” when that is not actually the case.


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