Mitt Romney Jerusalem Israel Speech Transcript 7-29-12

Mitt Romney

The following is the transcript of a brilliant and inspiring speech by Mitt Romney from Jerusalem’s Old City. I see only one word missing…”Palestinians,” although they and the evil they perpetrate is clear. He reiterates that Jerusalem is the Capital City of Israel; that our ideals and values are much the same; that America will not stand by and watch horror played out again; that true peacemakers never allow despotic regimes to spread their hate to free peoples; that we have a solemn duty to believe Iran when they tell us they will destroy Israel [and the U.S.]; that the people of Israel are among our “dear friends,” and that we both cherish free enterprise, and millions in the Middle East would cherish the same if they had the opportunity.

He mentions the athletes and coaches who died in the 1972 Munich Olympic attack 40 years ago, by Palestinians known as Black September. Did you know that the day after those murders, the Olympics were shut down for that day and flags of all countries were flown at half mast – EXCEPT the flags of Arab countries, which continued to fly high with heinous pride?

Barack Obama still has not set foot inside Israel during his Presidency. He has ushered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in through a side door of the White House, walked out of White House meetings with him – leaving him and his staff in a Conference Room, and embraced nothing of Israel except his own false rhetoric. Obama has been to the Middle East numerous times – but never to Israel. UPDATE: Romney also made the point that an Islamist is now running Egypt. Two thumbs up for calling the ruler what he is.

I urge all American Jews to vote for Mitt Romney, especially those of you in Florida, Ohio, Nevada and Pennsylvania. Get out the vote for him if you can. Donate to him if you can. [All emphasis in the text below is mine.]

Pullout Quote:

By history and by conviction, our two countries are bound together. No individual, no nation, no world organization, will pry us apart. And as long as we stay together and stand together, there is no threat we cannot overcome and very little that we cannot achieve. ~ Mitt Romney in Israel 7-29-12

Homes in Jerusalem’s Old City

Begin transcript of Mitt Romney’s speech in Jerusalem’s Old City, July 29, 2012

Thank you for that kind introduction, Mayor Barkat, and thank you all for that warm welcome. It’s a pleasure and a privilege to be in Israel again.

To step foot into Israel is to step foot into a nation that began with an ancient promise made in this land. The Jewish people persisted through one of the most monstrous crimes in human history, and now this nation has come to take its place among the most impressive democracies on earth. Israel’s achievements are a wonder of the modern world.

These achievements are a tribute to the resilience of the Israeli people. You have managed, against all odds, time and again throughout your history, to persevere, to rise up, and to emerge stronger.

The historian Paul Johnson, writing on the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Jewish state, said that over the course of Israel’s life, 100 completely new independent states had come into existence. “Israel is the only one whose creation can fairly be called a miracle,” Johnson wrote.

It is a deeply moving experience to be in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel.

Our two nations are separated by more than 5,000 miles. But for an American abroad, you can’t get much closer to the ideals and convictions of my own country than you do in Israel. We’re part of the great fellowship of democracies. We speak the same language of freedom and justice, and the right of every person to live in peace. We serve the same cause and provoke the same hatreds in the same enemies of civilization.

It is my firm conviction that the security of Israel is in the vital national security interest of the United States. And ours is an alliance based not only on shared interests but also on enduring shared values.

In those shared values, one of the strongest voices is that of your prime minister, my friend Benjamin Netanyahu. I met with him earlier this morning and I look forward to my family joining his this evening as they observe the close of this fast day of Tisha B’Av.

It’s remarkable to consider how much adversity, over so great a span of time, is recalled by just one day on the calendar. This is a day of remembrance and mourning, but like other such occasions, it also calls forth clarity and resolve.

At this time, we also remember the 11 Israeli athletes and coaches who were massacred at the Munich Olympics forty years ago. Ten years ago this week, 9 Israeli and American students were murdered in the terrorist attack at Hebrew University. And tragedies like these are not reserved to the past. They are a constant reminder of the reality of hate, and the will with which it is executed upon the innocent.

It was Menachem Begin who said this about the Ninth of the month of Av: “We remember that day,” he said, “and now have the responsibility to make sure that never again will our independence be destroyed and never again will the Jew become homeless or defenseless.” “This,” Prime Minister Begin added, “is the crux of the problems facing us in the future.”

So it is today, as Israel faces enemies who deny past crimes against the Jewish people and seek to commit new ones.

When Iran’s leaders deny the Holocaust or speak of wiping this nation off the map, only the naïve – or worse – will dismiss it as an excess of rhetoric. Make no mistake: the ayatollahs in Tehran are testing our moral defenses. They want to know who will object, and who will look the other way.

My message to the people of Israel and the leaders of Iran is one and the same: I will not look away; and neither will my country. As Prime Minister Begin put it, in vivid and haunting words, “if an enemy of [the Jewish] people says he seeks to destroy us, believe him.”

We have seen the horrors of history. We will not stand by. We will not watch them play out again.

It would be foolish not to take Iran’s leaders at their word. They are, after all, the product of a radical theocracy.

Over the years Iran has amassed a bloody and brutal record. It has seized embassies, targeted diplomats, and killed its own people. It supports the ruthless Assad regime in Syria. They have provided weapons that have killed American soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. It has plotted to assassinate diplomats on American soil. It is Iran that is the leading state sponsor of terrorism and the most destabilizing nation in the world.

We have a solemn duty and a moral imperative to deny Iran’s leaders the means to follow through on their malevolent intentions.

We should stand with all who would join our effort to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran – and that includes Iranian dissidents. Do not erase from your memory the scenes from three years ago, when that regime brought death to its own people as they rose up. The threat we face does not come from the Iranian people, but from the regime that oppresses them.

Five years ago, at the Herzliya Conference, I stated my view that Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons capability presents an intolerable threat to Israel, to America, and to the world. That threat has only become worse.

Now as then, the regime’s claims that it seeks to enrich nuclear material for peaceful purposes are belied by years of malign deceptions.

Now as then, the conduct of Iran’s leaders gives us no reason to trust them with nuclear material.

But today, the regime in Iran is five years closer to developing nuclear weapons capability. Preventing that outcome must be our highest national security priority. I want to pause on this last point. It is sometimes said that those who are the most committed to stopping the Iranian regime from securing nuclear weapons are reckless and provocative and inviting war.

The opposite is true. We are the true peacemakers. History teaches with force and clarity that when the world’s most despotic regimes secure the world’s most destructive weapons, peace often gives way to oppression, to violence, or to devastating war.

We must not delude ourselves into thinking that containment is an option. We must lead the effort to prevent Iran from building and possessing nuclear weapons capability. We should employ any and all measures to dissuade the Iranian regime from its nuclear course, and it is our fervent hope that diplomatic and economic measures will do so. In the final analysis, of course, no option should be excluded. We recognize Israel’s right to defend itself, and that it is right for America to stand with you.

These are some of the principles I first outlined five years ago. What was timely then has become urgent today.

Let me turn from Iran to other nations in the Middle East, where we have seen rising tumult and chaos. To the north, Syria is on the brink of a civil war. The dictator in Damascus, no friend to Israel and no friend to America, slaughters his own people as he desperately clings to power.

Your other neighbor to the north, Lebanon, is under the growing and dangerous influence of Hezbollah.

After a year of upheaval and unrest, Egypt now has an Islamist President, chosen in a democratic election. Hopefully, this new government understands that one true measure of democracy is how those elected by the majority respect the rights of those in the minority. The international community must use its considerable influence to ensure that the new government honors the peace agreement with Israel that was signed by the government of Anwar Sadat.

As you know only too well, since Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip in 2007, thousands of rockets have rained on Israeli homes and cities. I have walked on the streets of Sderot, and honor the resolve of its people. And now, new attacks have been launched from the Sinai Peninsula.

With Hezbollah rockets aimed at Israel from the north, and Hamas rockets aimed from the south, with much of the Middle East in tumult, and with Iran bent on nuclear arms, America’s vocal and demonstrated commitment to the defense of Israel is even more critical. Whenever the security of Israel is most in doubt, America’s commitment to Israel must be most secure.

When the decision was before him in 1948, President Harry Truman decided without hesitation that the United States would be the first country to recognize the State of Israel. From that moment to this, we have been the most natural of allies, but our alliance runs deeper than the designs of strategy or the weighing of interests.

The story of how America – a nation still so new to the world by the standards of this ancient region – rose up to become the dear friend of the people of Israel is among the finest and most hopeful in our nation’s history.

Different as our paths have been, we see the same qualities in one another. Israel and America are in many respects reflections of one another. We both believe in democracy, in the right of every people to select their leaders and choose their nation’s course.

We both believe in the rule of law, knowing that in its absence, willful men may incline to oppress the weak.

We both believe that our rights are universal, granted not by government but by our Creator.

We both believe in free enterprise, because it is the only economic system that has lifted people from poverty, created a large and enduring middle class, and inaugurated incomparable achievements and human flourishing.

As someone who has spent most of his life in business, I am particularly impressed with Israel’s cutting edge technologies and thriving economy. We recognize yours as the “start-up nation” – and the evidence is all around us.

You have embraced economic liberty. You export technology, not tyranny or terrorism. And today, your innovators and entrepreneurs have made the desert bloom and have made for a better world. The citizens of our countries are fortunate to share in the rewards of economic freedom and in the creativity of our entrepreneurs. What you have built here, with your own hands, is a tribute to your people, and a model for others.

Finally, we both believe in freedom of expression, because we are confident in our ideas and in the ability of men and women to think for themselves. We do not fear open debate. If you want to hear some very sharp criticisms of Israel and its policies, you don’t have to cross any borders. All you have to do is walk down the street and into a café, where you’ll hear people reasoning, arguing, and speaking their mind. Or pick up an Israeli newspaper – you’ll find some of the toughest criticism of Israel you’ll read anywhere. Your nation, like ours, is stronger for this energetic exchange of ideas and opinions.

That is the way it is in a free society. There are many millions of people in the Middle East who would cherish the opportunity to do the same. These decent men and women desire nothing more than to live in peace and freedom and to have the opportunity to not only choose their government but to criticize it openly, without fear of repression or repercussion.

I believe that those who oppose these fundamental rights are on the wrong side of history. But history’s march can be ponderous and painfully slow. We have a duty to speed and shape history by being unapologetic ambassadors for the values we share.

The United States and Israel have shown that we can build strong economies and strong militaries. But we must also build strong arguments that advance our values and promote peace. We must work together to change hearts and awaken minds through the power of freedom, free enterprise and human rights.

I believe that the enduring alliance between the State of Israel and the United States of America is more than a strategic alliance: it is a force for good in the world. America’s support of Israel should make every American proud. We should not allow the inevitable complexities of modern geopolitics to obscure fundamental touchstones. No country or organization or individual should ever doubt this basic truth: A free and strong America will always stand with a free and strong Israel.

And standing by Israel does not mean with military and intelligence cooperation alone.

We cannot stand silent as those who seek to undermine Israel, voice their criticisms. And we certainly should not join in that criticism. Diplomatic distance in public between our nations emboldens Israel’s adversaries.

By history and by conviction, our two countries are bound together. No individual, no nation, no world organization, will pry us apart. And as long as we stay together and stand together, there is no threat we cannot overcome and very little that we cannot achieve.

Thank you all. May God bless America, and may He bless and protect the Nation of Israel.

End Transcript

Romney mentions Tisha B’Av. Please read this concise article on Tisha B’Av and what it commemorates at Monkey in the Middle – It’s excellent!

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  • Are you all insane?!
    “I believe that the enduring alliance between the State of Israel and the United States of America is more than a strategic alliance: it is a force for good in the world. America’s support of Israel should make every American proud. We should not allow the inevitable complexities of modern geopolitics to obscure fundamental touchstones. No country or organization or individual should ever doubt this basic truth: A free and strong America will always stand with a free and strong Israel.”

    The USA fund Israels crimes against humanity with US tax payers dollars!
    Monsters! All of US!
    When will the UN jail Bibi, Obama and the likes for these crimes against the Palestinians?!!!!
    My guess is never. 🙁
    Israeli occupation of Palestine is a crime against humanity!
    The collective punishment of the Palestinians in Gaza is a flagrant and massive violation of international humanitarian law as laid down in Article 33 of the Fourth Geneva Convention.
    Israel should be indicted and prosecuted for violations of international criminal law. This is about criminal violations of international law.
    The U.N. or international society discharging their fundamental moral and legal duty to render protection to the Palestinian people.
    Don’t vote for either, Romney or Obama!
    If we don’t vote for a third party we will continue with, same old, same old.
    There’s no difference between the two parties. There hasn’t been for a long time. Their agenda is the same.
    Don’t be fooled!


    • What crimes against humanity you anti-Semitic bitch??? Want to see crimes against humanity? Just look at any Muslim nation. But you are too blind by your hatred of Jews to see it. Look at Assad of Syria who has killed 10,000+ of his people in the last year. Look at the Taliban of Pakistan who forbid the inoculation of children with the polio vaccine or how they prevent girls from going to school by throwing acid into their faces. Look at the so-called Honor Killings done by Muslim men to control their women. Honor? These people have no honor!

      As for the so-called Palestinians. First of all THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A NATION CALLED PALESTINE IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD!!! Let us call them what they are: ARABS That is what the genetics say they are. From Yemen.

      But you support these barbarians who kill gays for being gay, kill their women for the sake of their honor, targeting innocent children (I forgot, anti-Semites like you don’t believe any Jew is innocent of anything.) for murder. Your brave and fine Palestinians did this to this 3 month old baby.

      Oh yes. The Israelis have a law supporting a free press, free religious expression, free courts, etc…. Look at Egypt and what they are doing to the Copts.

      Now go back under the rock you crawled out from and take your swastika with you.

    • Lisa, Israel does not occupy Palestine. In fact, Palestine occupies the territory the League of Nations gave to Israel. The Mufti of Jerusalem (Muslim) worked with the Brits to take away most off the land that was given to Israel. They have only a tiny slice now, and they have made that slice into a great nation while Palestinians want us to believe they live in squalor? Have you see the thriving center of “Palestine?” Back when Israel became a nation, Palestinians left the area, as they were told to do by their Arab brothers. They are cowards and terrorists, all rolled into one. There is no such thing as a Palestinian. There wasn’t even a term “Palestinian.” There is no such thing as Palestinian DNA. They are mainly Syrian nomads. Syria wanted no part of that lazy people, who took great pains to prove their laziness.

      Did you know that what is now Jordan was carved out of Israel’s nation, because the Saudi’s wanted a kingdom for Abdullah. Did you know that? Did you know any of this? Of course you don’t. You’ve been too busy drinking the fetid waters of Islam.

  • Carl Kennedy

    I couldn’t agree with you more Lisa!
    The Israeli’s should be held accountable for the crimes against the Palestinians.
    Israel belongs to Palestine. Period!
    Illegal occupation of Israel!!!
    The biggest problem is Americans either don’t know or don’t care how their tax dollars are being used to commit these crimes.
    I suspect the later.
    Wake up America!

    • Carl Kennedy, we know. My reply to you is the same as to Lisa.

  • Carl Kennedy

    I guess you don’t even know what a refugee is?
    A refugee is a person who is outside their country of origin or habitual residence because they have suffered persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or because they are a member of a persecuted ‘social group’
    Calling Lisa an antisemitic bitch is totally uncalled for.
    It just goes to show how ignorant you are when you have to defend yourself in such lowbrow ways!

    • My people have been kicked out of every nation by your kind Carl. Refugee? Hell, there hasn’t been a decade that we haven’t been refugees.

      A refugee is a misused term when it comes to Fakistinians. Since when is 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc… generations a refugee. Only when the Muslims demand it.

      Anti-Semitic bitch is the right term for her and Anti-Semite is the correct term for you. Do you scream about Syria, Armenia, the Copts, etc…? No! Your kind only scream about the damned Fakistinians. Why? Because the Israelis are Jews and you wish to see the Jewish people removed from the face of the Earth.

      Here is a newsflash for you:

      Your idol Hitler couldn’t do it!
      The Arabs couldn’t do it!
      And you will fail too!

      Now take your swastika and leave!

      • Well done findalis.

      • Reality Synopsis

        Your people really HAVE been kicked out of every nation, Findalis.

        That is true..and it begs a question that one of the most influential Jewish Philosophers, Bernard Lazare, attempted to answer in his book that examined the history of anti-semitism-

        Bernard Lazare, Jewish author in 1894 book ‘The history of Anti-Semitism’ opens with=

        “Wherever the Jews settled one observes the development of antisemitism, or rather anti-Judaism;
        If this hostility, this repugnance had been shown towards the Jews at one time or in one country only, it would be easy to account for the local causes of this sentiment.
        But this race has been the object of hatred with all the nations amidst whom it ever settled. Inasmuch as the enemies of the Jews belonged to divers races, as they dwelled far apart from one another, were ruled by different laws and governed by opposite principles; as they had not the same customs and differed in spirit from one another, so that they could not possibly judge alike of any subject,
        it must needs be that the general causes of antisemitism have always resided in Israel itself, and not in those who antagonized it.

        This does not mean that justice was always on the side of Israel’s persecutors, or that they did not indulge in all the extremes born of hatred; it is merely asserted that the Jews were themselves, in part, at least, the cause of their own ills.”

        The reality is people react so badly to Jews because Jews attempt to compel, force, co-opt, and manipulate others in EVERY society they can gain entry into. The majority do not blend into the population or work for the common good. They attempt through devious manipulation and control to compel other peoples to do what the jew wants, and for that reason are universally hated by very diverse populations who otherwise have nothing in common with one another.

        The only reason Mitt was IN ISRAEL was because of Jewish manipulation, bribery, promised payoffs, and to assure his masters in advance that he would do whatever they told him to do.. instead of serving his actual constituents in the USA who for the most part have no interest in Israel, and certainly do not want to pay its bills of give Israel free stuff.

        • Notice how the anti-Semites quote a self-hating Jew (aka Kapo) from the 19th Century.

          If we Jews ran the world do you really believe that Muslims would be allowed to exist? Or Christians for that matter?

          It is your anti-Semitism that is showing. How you hate a nation because it is filled with Jews. Jews that you hate.

        • Reality Synopsis, so you are saying that Jews were so obnoxious that Hitler did what he did? If you want to talk about people in the Middle East “dwelling” far away from each other, know that Arabs followed the Jews wherever they went because that is where the civilization was, where the industry was, where the crops were. Why do you think “The Prophet” ran them out of Medina, if not for their industry.

          The reason Romney was in Israel is in the speech. Remember Obama went there also when he was a candidate, and we knew his feelings on Israel. Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East. It’s shameful how the real issues are being hidden by people (and media) who feel like you.

          If the reality is that people react badly to Jews because of their manipulation, why do we NEVER hear anything similar about Muslims? Don’t bother to answer: it’s a rhetorical question.

  • Carl Kennedy

    Many religions look upon the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea as their homeland. This historic land is called Palestine. Before the birth of Christ, the Jews also lived here. Later on , the Romans invaded the area and made it Christian. The Jews were driven away and had to live in other parts of the world.

    Muslims also think of Palestine as a holy place. In the Middle Ages the land was ruled by the Turks of the Ottoman Empire and more and more Arabs came to Palestine.

    In the middle of the 19th century, Jews started to think about coming back to Palestine. This idea was called Zionism. By the beginning of the 20th century, more and more Jews came back to Palestine and started a new life there.

    At the end of World War I the Turks were defeated and Great Britain ruled Palestine. The British helped the Jews and wanted to “create a new country for them.” During the Second World War about 6 million Jews were murdered by German Nazis in the Holocaust. Those who survived had “no place to go.”

    What don’t you understand?

    • Carl, no the British didn’t “help” Israel become Israel. They administered, very poorly and corruptly, the Balfour Mandate which created Israel. The documents are clear, and it all started in 1921, long before WWII.

  • Carl Kennedy

    When the British left Palestine in 1948, Israel declared its independence. At once, Arab countries started to attack the new state but Israel fought back and won. It also expanded its territory and “occupied” (get it?) more land than the UN gave it. Other Arab countries—Egypt, Syria and Jordan—took over the Arab part of Palestine. Over 700,000 Palestinians became refugees.

    • Carl, I understand, but as I said – listen up now – Israel got only a tiny sliver of the land given to them. After statehood Jordan, in the war, took East Jerusalem and annexed it. In the 1967 Six Day War, Israel took it back from Jordan. As I am saying in an article I’m about ready to post, war is hell when you lose and worse when you start the war, with a great advantage over your target and lose anyway.

      No one disputes the right of Palestinians to be there, but their homeland is Syria. The UN had a mandate from many years earlier to follow. Arabs bought everyone and received far more than should have been there. According to docs still now legal, ALL THE LAND WEST OF THE JORDAN belongs to Israel.

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  • Truth

    The ONE Thing that came out of this failed Mitt Suck-up to his kosher overlords is that it was a complete disaster, and he looks like a puppet suck-up, to the average voter.

    The people who wanted Mitt to go prostrate himself in front of Bibi already were voting for Mitt anyway, so he gained zero of them. It was the Independents that are 40% of the electorate who mitt needed to gain control in the swing states, and the Independents have virtually no interest in Israel in any way, shape or form.

    To these 40% of voter who could swing either way, Mitt looked like a pathetic rear-end (‘Tuchus’) kisser, who is loyal to his paymasters, not americans.

    Mitt does not realize it yet, or is in denial, but he has now lost the election. Sadly, we are stuck with Obama again thanks to this fool bowing and scraping to the israelis, instead of campaigning like a man in america.

    Dan Senor (Jewish/AIPAC/hasbarist), the mouthpiece of the Bush catastrophe, was the one urging Mitt to do this, and it backfired on them both. Mitt gets what he deserves for following these kosher manipulators, who caused Bush to leave office with trillions of unpaid bills, a depression coming, and the entire markets and economy looted or failing, while flinging open the doors of the USA treasury to the kosher bandits who caused this.

    NOW, thanks to the kosher-crew, we have to find someway to survive Obama for four more years

    • You call yourself “Truth” but in reality your name should be Hatred. Once again anti-Semitism raises its ugly head and shouts out its hatred. Just because your life is worthless don’t blame me or my people for it. Your the problem not us.

      I guess this POS calling itself “Truth” is pro-Muslim and pro-Communist. It must love Obama and the “change” he is bringing to the US.

      It is “Truth” and its ilk that makes me puke. “Truth” should divest itself of all Jewish Inventions. Here is a short list to start with:

      Then you can feel better about your unhealthy hatred, you sick son-of-a-bitch!

      • Truth

        If people ruin your house, cr@p in your yard, kick your dog, slap your kids.. you (Findalis) WILL dislike them.. with good reason.

        When these people use lies, treachery, deceit, deception, manipulation, and hijack your govt, you dislike them,.. with good reason.

        Not all Jewish people are bad, and many are fine people, but the activities of the Hasbarists and Sayanim have consisted of lies, treachery, deceit, deception, manipulation, and hijacking my govt to serve their own purposes.

        Jews who want to be americans and are loyal to their fellow citizens should be allowed to stay, but disloyal hasbarists who seek to undermine the USA need to be deported to Israel, and this is exactly what every nation and population on the face of the earth has had to do with Jews who have evolved a parasitic habit of buying off leaders of countries they gain admission to and then using those puppet leaders to act as the jewish elite tell them to, even when it usually is against the interests of the actual population of that state.

        Bernard Lazare was a personal friend and associate of Theodor Hertzl, the “FATHER OF ZIONISM” and Israel itself, so you know that defaming him as a self-hating jew is untrue..
        He was one of the early creators of modern Zionism. But he was also truthful and he told the truth which is that if you enter into other peoples states and serially mistreat, defraud, undermine, and hijack the state to serve only the jewish populations interests, you will be hated and people will fight back to protect their families.

        Now.. you are not only harming yourselves, but the Jewish scheming to have Romney the ‘candidate’, not elected official, go begging to Bibi/Israel and promising obedience.. as horrible as Romney is in so many ways, he would have at LEAST got rid of Obama..
        Now, thanks to the Likudnik Jews and Habarists we are going to be stuck with OBAMA FOR ANOTHER FOUR YEARS! THANKS A LOT! AND YES I AM ANGRY!

        • Jews who want to be americans and are loyal to their fellow citizens should be allowed to stay, but disloyal hasbarists who seek to undermine the USA need to be deported to Israel, and this is exactly what every nation and population on the face of the earth has had to do with Jews who have evolved a parasitic habit of buying off leaders of countries they gain admission to and then using those puppet leaders to act as the jewish elite tell them to, even when it usually is against the interests of the actual population of that state.

          Now the real truth comes out. Jew out you cry! Like every other anti-Semite in the world. Get the Jew out. You are not allowed here. You have to go! We don’t want your kind. Would you say that to the Muslim? To the Black? To the Latino? Of course not! You are not a Racist! But your very words now show you to be not only a racist, but one who advocates the genocide of the Jewish people. I suppose you celebrate Hitler’s birthday and want it as a National Holiday. You probably celebrate every time a Jew is murdered any where in the world.

          Oh yes. You are the scum of the Earth. A real Nazi, with your swastika hidden in your home. Just awaiting for the time you can wear it proudly in public.

          For the record: I am an honorably decorated and discharged member of the United States Air Force. Served in the Security Service and held a Top Secret Clearance. Did you ever serve? And if not, why?