The J’lem Post reports that: “A video released by the Jewish Council for Education & Research, (JCER) which appeared to show several retired senior IDF and Mossad officials endorsing Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama has proven to be misleading, with a number of officials who appeared in the video saying on Monday that their words were taken out of context.
The film’s producers stressed in response that the Obama campaign was not involved in any stage of the production. “It’s not only misleading, it was an interview about what the next president was going to have to deal with,” former deputy chief of General Staff Maj.-Gen. (res.) Uzi Dayan told The Jerusalem Post. “And to know that they used this interview and took five seconds, and put me in a list of people praising Barack Obama…
“It wasn’t about the campaign, it was about the political and security issues of the Middle East that the next president should be involved in,” he continued. “Nothing was said about Obama or [Republican Presidential candidate John] McCain.” “I don’t want other people to interfere in my elections, and I must not interfere with the elections in the United States,” he said, adding that to do so would be neither “ethical nor smart.”
Even if these ex-generals and Mossad officials were given the heads up on the real intent behind the video, the actual title to the video should have read:
“Retired Generals of the IDF and ex-Mossad Officials, many of whom supported the ridiculous Geneva Accords, support Abrack Hussein Obama.”
But the truth to the matter is that these men did not in fact knowingly voice their support for the junior senator from Chicago. Shame on Jewish Council for Education & Research, (JCER), what a bunch of shmendricks. KGS