The salivating soulless rub their hands in glee at the prospect of taking out the Jews. In yiddish there is an expression "Oz abaym falt, shrpingin' hint" - when a tree falls, the dogs jump. Strange, I know. But it means is, when a tree falls, the dogs jump on it, try to climb it - because ordinarily a dog can't climb a big, tall tree, but as it is falling, it can. The dogs are jumping.
And so it is. All those Jew haters who hid in the closet for years are newly liberated by an anti-semitic President. "No organic growth" is Orwell-speak for telling the Jews that they can't have children, of if they have a child, they have to throw bubbie (Grandma) out. This is a war crime, an act of annihilation of sorts. It's nazism. Why must the Jews be expelled? Why can Muslims and Arabs live in the Jewish homeland? They can live free and unbothered, but Jews cannot live in Muslim lands, and when they do, they live in dhimmitude.
Look at the vile Washington Post editorial. Shame on them, the wretched dogs.
President Obama has delivered a necessary shock to Israel's right-wing government. Will he now compromise?
IN THE WEEKS before President Obama's Cairo address to the Muslim world, his administration opened a striking public breach with the Israeli government of Binyamin Netanyahu. Even aside from any possible usefulness for courting Arab opinion, this was probably necessary. Mr. Netanyahu, who has refused to publicly support Palestinian statehood and insisted that Israeli settlement expansion will continue, was in need of a wake-up call. So the president has said repeatedly that he expects Israel to start moving toward a two-state solution, and he and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton have bluntly insisted that all Israeli settlement activity stop. The medicine has had its effect: Israeli media are full of talk of the "crisis" between Washington and Jerusalem and of the fateful choice that Mr. Netanyahu must make between good relations with Washington and the hard-line ideology of his Likud party.
The question is whether the administration will allow Mr. Netanyahu the room to side with Mr. Obama, should he choose to do so. According to some officials in his government, there is much the Israeli leader may be willing to do to mend the rift. What he almost certainly will not do, however, is abandon the position of previous Israeli governments -- accepted in practice by both the Bush and Clinton administrations -- that some "natural growth" must be allowed in existing settlements.
Mr. Obama's Middle East envoy, George J. Mitchell, first called for an end to "natural growth" in 2001, when he headed a Middle East commission. Ms. Clinton publicly committed the Obama administration to the demand in a recent interview with al-Jazeera, saying "we want to see a stop to settlement construction, additions, natural growth -- any kind of settlement activity." There are some good reasons for this position: Previous Israeli governments have violated their own rules about the limits of "natural growth"; they have also failed to fulfill repeated promises to dismantle those settlements that Israel itself has deemed illegal.
Israel rejects Clinton claim of no agreement on
settlements A liar and a lapdog.