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Jimmy Carter, the worst former U.S. President

Posted by Atilla89 on June 28, 2007

There is so much stuff I could write about this guy, he did one good thing in life which was stepping down from power when voted out. Anyway with Carter’s new book ‘Palestine: Peace not Apartheid’ having been released a few months ago which led to him being even more criticized by many people it should not be a surprise to you that I don’t like this guy. In fact I think he should hid his face in shame and never mess with politics again. Then again I am not the one running the world…

So lets turn to what Carter has been doing since writing his last book…Now this is from FrontPage and here is the URL for those interested:

“IT’S EITHER AN UNPRECEDENTED LOW IN PARTISAN DISCOURSE OR POLITICAL SURREALISM worthy of André Breton: on Tuesday, former president Jimmy Carter, speaking on foreign soil, denounced the policies of his successor as “criminal” because they fail to subsidize a genocidal Islamic terrorist organization that has killed Americans.”

Might I add that Hamas is listed as a terrorist organisation under U.S. Law! What do you want now Carter, a change in law? Lets just forget about all those innocent people that Hamas have deliberately killed, eh?

“Then, he blamed internecine Palestinian warfare on Americans and Israelis. Speaking in Ireland at the eighth annual Forum on Human Rights – without an apparent hint of irony – Carter said the Bush administration had sinned against heaven and earth in its decision to withhold direct aid to Hamas once that group came to power in the Palestinian Authority. “That action was criminal,” he said. The Palestinian people had elected Hamas fair-and-square in elections his Center described as “orderly and fair.” (Carter said the same of Hugo Chavez’s election.) He deemed Hamas “shrewd in selecting candidates.””

In 2006, President Chávez announced that the operating license for RCTV—Venezuela’s second largest TV channel—would not be renewed. On August 3, 2006 Chávez ordered the Venezuelan chargé d’affaires to Israel to return from Tel Aviv to Venezuela, protesting the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict. Israel responded by recalling its Israeli ambassador to Venezuela. Chávez responded with statements comparing Israel to Hitler and describing their actions as a “new Holocaust,” and blaming the United States, which led to accusations of trivializing the Holocaust.

You can probably tell that I hate Chavez as well…

The world’s most famous Sunday School teacher further praised the genocidal terrorist organization, at a human rights conference, by citing its penchant for bloodshed. Hamas , Carter doddered, was more orderly than the rival Fatah organization, which Hamas demonstrated in military clashes that showed its “superior skills and discipline.” One can only imagine how impressed he would have been by the “efficiency” of the SS.”

What really gets me was this was at a human rights conference! Grrrrrr…

“Sounding like a junior anchor for al-Jazeera, the Nobel Peace Prize winner incredibly blamed the Palestinian civil war on Crusaders and Zionists. “The United States and Israel decided to punish all the people in Palestine,” he said, “and did everything they could to deter a compromise between Hamas and Fatah.” He continued: This effort to divide Palestinians into two peoples now is a step in the wrong direction. All efforts of the international community should be to reconcile the two, but there’s no effort from the outside to bring the two together…I don’t see at this point any possibility that public officials in the United States, or in Israel, or the European Union are going to take action to bring about reconciliation (between Fatah and Hamas).”
Carter tells us that the fighting between Fatah and Hamas is inevitable given their desperation. It’s all the result of years of Israeli oppression. But why, then, is a very similar fight going on in Egypt between the Arab nationalist government and the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood? And why are Hezbollah and the Syrians killing Lebanese ministers? This fighting isn’t about Israel. It’s a struggle to the death between two authoritarian forces. There can be no peace that lasts with Hamas while it remains a violent fundamentalist sect. But there won’t be peace with Fatah either until it embraces democracy and probity and civil order. Even if you let them have their own nation state there won’t be peace.

Now the next part is not by own words (and neither was the paragraph above, but it was a good response anyway from a different source…).

Thus concludes a rational progression for Jimmy Carter: in the 1970s, he blundered into establishing terrorists as Iran’s all-powerful theocratic rulers. In the 1980s and ‘90s, he wrote speeches for Yasser Arafat and defended extremists around the globe. Now, he calls the U.S. president a pariah for refusing to underwrite unrepentant jihadists dedicated to spilling as much infidel blood as possible. Thus, Man from Plains confirms what many long suspected: the Worst President of the 20th Century does not want the United States to end the War on Terror. He merely wants us to switch sides.


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