Obama Plays Knock Out The Jew

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For the past several months, roving bands of black thugs have been assaulting Jews by punching them in the face. It’s called Knock Out the Jew.

It’s a game. Presumably, the moron who knocks out the most Jews is the winner.

Most of the assaults have taken place in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, which is the center of the Chabad Lubavitch hasidic movement.

The story has been reported locally, but received very little national attention. That’s because the mainstream media are too busy covering Oprah Winfrey’s vile comment that whites who oppose Obama’s policies are — surprise — racist.

So when true racism, true bigotry, true Jew-hatred come along — committed by an officially designated victim-group — the media yawn. Because Jews are, y’know, Joooz.

Barack Obama, who spent over 20 years of his life being inspired by Jeremiah Wright, a proud Jew-hater, has joined the Knock Out the Jew game.

But Obama has raised the stakes.

Obama is playing Knock Out the Jewish State.

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Iran is a rogue regime. A terrorist state who make war on Israel every day of the week; a state that has murdered more Americans through terrorist acts and proxy armies than any other nation on the face of the earth.
The agreement just reached in Geneva makes two facts clear:

  • There is no credible threat against Iran from America.
  • Israel will go it alone.

None of this should come as any surprise to anyone conversant with Jewish history, or the history of Barack Obama.

Obama self-righteously lectures about “not rushing to war” — but Israel has been warning Washington about Iran’s nuclear program for 20 years.

An unimpeachable source told Seraphic Secret that in 2012 Israel was set to launch a strike against Iran. While the details remain fuzzy, Obama intervened, simultaneously making threats and promises to Israel. We all know that Obama is a liar. So his promises to the Jewish state are about as credible as his promises that Americans will keep their insurance and physician under ObamaCare.

Obama and the Jew-hating Europeans desperately want an agreement.

The Iranians only need time so they can go forward with their march to the nuclear red line.

The Europeans are too busy propping up their failing socialist economies to worry about Jews, whom they have always despised.

This may come as a surprise to Obama, but democracies keep their agreements. Totalitarian states break them.

Witness North Korea, another rogue state that entered into all sorts of agreements with America and Europe about their nuclear program, only to break them in the next moment… and now that gulag of a state is a nuclear power.

Obama has surrendered to Iran and deliberately isolated Israel. He does not care if Iran goes nuclear. He’s far more concerned about where Jews build apartments than about Iran building nuclear bombs.

The Iranians went home and celebrated, as well they should.

America, under Barack Obama, has just given the Persian IslamoNazis a green light to attempt genocide on the Jewish nation.

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22 Comments

  1. Johnny
    Posted November 26, 2013 at 10:35 am | Permalink

    Has anyone seen the welcome the Iranian negotiators received when they returned to Tehran? The excitement and cheering was greater than any of the parades for the Cardinals after they won the WS. I doubt the excitement was because Iran feels it was a win-win deal.
     
    So we have a deal the Iranians love love love and even Chucky Shumer is suspicious about. I await the video of anyone cheering John Kerry when he returned to D.C. after this deal. I bet his wife didn’t even get out of bed to greet him and his dog couldn’t even both wagging his tail.

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  2. Brianna
    Posted November 26, 2013 at 6:56 am | Permalink

    This deal is the equivalent of a battered woman trusting her psychopathic, murderous boyfriend to keep his word not to kill her… despite previously making numerous credible threats to that effect.  Actually the behavior of all the West with regard to Islam reminds me of exactly that: an abuse victim who thinks that it’s her own fault.

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  3. David Foster
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 6:58 pm | Permalink

    What happens to European politics once most of Europe is within the range of Iranian ballistic missile with nuclear payloads? Many of these governments are already all too eager to sacrifice civil liberties to appease their internal radical Muslim subpopulations…what one earth would it be like once this additional fear factor is added?

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    • Barry
      Posted November 25, 2013 at 7:00 pm | Permalink

      Great question and precisely why cooler heads need to  prevail.

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  4. Linda P
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 5:05 pm | Permalink

    I know someone who thinks exactly like that.  His name doesn’t happen to be Sam, does it?  He’s Jewish, too.

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  5. Posted November 25, 2013 at 3:55 pm | Permalink

    I’m sure Valerie Jarrett is pleased and that is what counts. On the “Knockout Game” I have some thoughts here:
    http://abriefhistory.org/?p=4115
    Tom Clancy was a wonderful writer and was even pretty good at predictions. The end of “Debt of Honor” has the use of a jumbo jet as a weapon. Both “Debt of Honor” and” Executive Orders” have China and Iran in collusion to spread our defenses world wide. I am a subscriber of Stratfor.com and George Freidman has written a book called <a href=”http://www.amazon.com/Next-100-Years-Forecast-Century-ebook/dp/B001NLL946″> The Next 100 Years</a>. In it he predicts a war with Japan in the mid 2000s. I think Clancy does a better job.

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  6. sennacherib
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 2:23 pm | Permalink

    I think you know how I feel about this, but I’ll restate some of it. Strike now and D. C. be d**ned. There is more support in this country for Israel than it seems.

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    • Barry
      Posted November 25, 2013 at 2:31 pm | Permalink

      The level of anti-Jewish feeling is high and support variable. Washington cannot be damned, and no one in a responsible position, believes that.

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      • sennacherib
        Posted November 25, 2013 at 4:12 pm | Permalink

        The people in responsible positions in D. C. have lied and broken every pledge to Israel. They have now given a sworn enemy of the Jewish people at least 6 more months to get the bomb. If you are the PM of Israel do you believe a group of proven liars who are only out to save their political hides to keep the enemy who has stated many times your destruction is a paramount aim from getting the one instrument capable of doing it?
        Yes, I know what I advocate is very serious and would have profound consequences, but what is the alternative?

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        • Barry
          Posted November 25, 2013 at 4:25 pm | Permalink

          The alternative is to be prepared but go slowly. There are always unintended consequences — none of them, I imagine, bring anything close to success or good news.

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          • sennacherib
            Posted November 25, 2013 at 4:54 pm | Permalink

            “The alternative is to be prepared” this is the nuts and bolts problem for Israel. Due to Israel’s geographic makeup only one or two thermonuclear devices delivered in an air burst mode would be big time bad news and something Israel is (as far as I know) not prepared to defend against. Let’s say for discussion Iran gets the bomb but doesn’t use it right away. Historically the defense in this case is MAD (mutually assured destruction) which Israel is probably very capable of, this defense is predicated on the belief your opponent is rational or looks at the situation the same as you. Can this be confidently said of Iran?

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            • Barry
              Posted November 25, 2013 at 5:06 pm | Permalink

              No, I don’t believe Iran is governed by rational self-interest, but I do believe that hysterical anger and fear is unproductive and counter-indicated. The hand the world has been dealt must be played slowly — but always with a ruthless self interest by Israel. Never forget everything and everyone must be continually worked. I happen to be living in Canada right now and this government, possibly to its political detriment, always makes moral and practical sense in foreign affairs.

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              • Robert J. Avrech
                Posted November 25, 2013 at 5:26 pm | Permalink

                The Canadian government has, thankfully, rejected this deal as the work of fools and appeasers. G-d bless Canada and their Conservative PM.

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              • sennacherib
                Posted November 25, 2013 at 5:52 pm | Permalink

                Well we shall see. The world has been going slowly on this and the Iranians have never wavered on this. Now they are close and may be out. This is why I say strike now, not from hysteria or anger.

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  7. Miriam
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 1:13 pm | Permalink

    Robert,
    I am a relatively new reader to your site, but have made coming here a regular part of my day.
    While the situation seems scary and bleak, I am comforted by the message I was privileged to hear this past Shabbos as relayed by the former Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, himself a survivor of Buchenwald (liberated at the age of 8).  He conveyed that the survival of the Jewish people is itself a true miracle that defies all logic.  We have to strengthen our emunah and look back on what we have endured in the past to gain confidence that this time too G-d will see us through.  As he so eloquently said, “We of this generation are all survivors”.
     
     

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  8. Bob
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 1:11 pm | Permalink

    This will come back to haunt us.

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  9. kohana
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 11:39 am | Permalink

    The Europeans didn’t learn their lesson very well from WWII, that Hitler didn’t just want to get rid of the Jews but take over the world. It will be the same with Iran, first the Jews, then the Christians, then all other religions including Muslims that have a different take on Islam.

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    • Bill Brandt
      Posted November 25, 2013 at 12:01 pm | Permalink

      The Shias and Sunnis have been fighting for over 1,000 years. One of the reasons Saudi Arabia is so anxious about this.

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  10. Bill Brandt
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 11:18 am | Permalink

    I am watching China make waves in the Pacific – directly challenging the Japanese & Philippines – Chamberlain, er, Obama and the Iranians …talk of the Israelis meeting with the Saudis and inspecting their bases  – the near future is very dark indeed. While there has been speculation for a generation over whether Israel has nuclear weapons at this point in time, I would certainly hope so.

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  11. Johnny
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 8:48 am | Permalink

    In St. Louis the knock-out “game” has already killed an elderly Vietnamese man. When the trial came along the main witness decided not to testify and the the perp walked. The inner city schools may not teach math or English very well but the kids do learn the message ‘snitches get stitches’.
     
    Obama can’t be bothered by Israel. He’s been hot for a deal with Iran since before he was elected. I’m waiting for him to announce that Israelis are only a small % of the people in the ME, less than 5%, and they will have a better ME after he is done working his will.
     
    I watched Kerry live when he announced the agreement and he seemed to be trying really hard to make it sound like it was a good deal. Like a used car salesman that insists that the steering wheel on the ’76 Pinto he wants to sell is really, really the best money can buy while diverts your attention from the missing engine and windshield.  Of course after 6 months no one will want to ratchet up sanctions no matter how much the Iranians cheat.
     
    I await Obama to announce he is the biggest supporter of Israel after this agreement. Can his nose get any longer after his lies about Obamacare?

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  12. Barry
    Posted November 25, 2013 at 8:43 am | Permalink

    Robert — Over the weekend I had lengthy conversation with an upper west side New York liberal. He believe, in addition to Huma Abedin being attractive and worthy, that the threat to American society comes from gun toting right wingers in the Idaho mountains. This fella’s provincialism was beyond argument, or even conversation. Clearly a guy who thought Neville Chamberlain right on the money.

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