US/Israeli Relations


Obamabastard: So you see Moody,
all your worrying was in vain, I gotcha covered
The Tundra Tabloids warned people about the dangers Obama posed for Israel way before the manchurian candidate was elected. Any man who sat in a church for more than 20 yrs. that preached black separatism and anti-Israel and anti-US sentiment, was not going to bode well for US and Israeli relations.
Well now we see the Carter years and to some extent Bush sr. years revisited to the White House, with Obama’s complete face mask removal on how he views US-Israeli relations. Obama treats Israel like a satellite, not as an ally. The only way for Netanyahu to help Israel weather the storm in US-Israeli relations, is to be low-key and let the storm pass over.
In less than seven months US congressional elections will arrive, and with the Republican slated to increase their number of seats for a take over of the Lower House and potentially even up their numbers in the Senate, Obama’s foreign policy decisions will be severely hampered, if not effectively neutered. Just hang on Israel and don’t budge an inch. KGS

Binyamin Netanyahu humiliated after Barack Obama ‘dumped him for dinner’

For a head of government to visit the White House and not pose for photographers is rare. For a key ally to be left to his own devices while the President withdraws to have dinner in private was, until this week, unheard of. Yet that is how Binyamin Netanyahu was treated by President Obama on Tuesday night, according to Israeli reports on a trip viewed in Jerusalem as a humiliation.
After failing to extract a written promise of concessions on settlements, Mr Obama walked out of his meeting with Mr Netanyahu but invited him to stay at the White House, consult with advisers and “let me know if there is anything new”, a US congressman, who spoke to the Prime Minister, said.
“It was awful,” the congressman said. One Israeli newspaper called the meeting “a hazing in stages”, poisoned by such mistrust that the Israeli delegation eventually left rather than risk being eavesdropped on a White House telephone line. Another said that the Prime Minister had received “the treatment reserved for the President of Equatorial Guinea”.
Left to talk among themselves Mr Netanyahu and his aides retreated to the Roosevelt Room. He spent a further half-hour with Mr Obama and extended his stay for a day of emergency talks to try to restart peace negotiations. However, he left last night with no official statement from either side. He returned to Israel yesterday isolated after what Israeli media have called a White House ambush for which he is largely to blame.
Sources said that Mr Netanyahu failed to impress Mr Obama with a flow chart purporting to show that he was not responsible for the timing of announcements of new settlement projects in east Jerusalem. Mr Obama was said to be livid when such an announcement derailed the visit to Israel by Joe Biden, the Vice-President, this month and his anger towards Israel does not appear to have cooled.
Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary, cast doubt on minor details in Israeli accounts of the meeting but did not deny claims that it amounted to a dressing down for the Prime Minister, whose refusal to freeze settlements is seen in Washington as the main barrier to resuming peace talks.

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