Skip to comments.'Iran's Rouhani is wolf in sheep's clothing' - Netanyahu to UN General
Posted on 10/01/2013 1:52:10 PM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
Streamed live on Oct 1, 2013
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the 68th session of the UN General Assembly in New York on its last day.
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It’s also very loosely-applied sheep’s clothing. With the tail sticking out. And the blood still dripping from the sheepskin.
I wish he was our president instead of that gay tosser we have in the white hut.
Meanwhile, our leader is a sheep in sheep’s clothing.
Its a tough speech, but what actions will Bibi take.
3. The talks for a Palestinian state pushed by Obama currentlu going on.
Will there be positive action by Netanyahu on these issues or cave ins to Obama’s positions??????
Or do we have another John Boehner on our hands????
Amazing that any group would adopt this as their symbol. Talk about telegraphing, “We’re evil!”
Netanyahu looked and sounded like a world leader.
I miss the days when our leaders showed leadership.
I do too. Ever since Obama took office, it has been nothing but waking up every day to see what he is destroying next.
Netanyahu’s story about his grandfather is beautiful... it’s a ‘don’t miss’ part of the speech. Thanks for posting.
Israel is in a tough spot now..surrounded by loonies that are supported by the 0bama admin.
I dont know a single Israeli that doesnt hate that bozo!
I never watch time-consuming videos. Can you sum up what he says in a paragraph or two? Thx
Rouhani didnt sound like Ahmadinejad, but when it comes to Irans nuclear weapons program, the only difference between them is this: Ahmadinejad was the wolf in wolfs clothing. Rouhani is a wolf in sheeps clothing, Netanyahu said. A wolf who thinks he can pull the wool over the eyes of the international community.
I wish I could believe Rouhani, but I dont because facts are stubborn things, Netanyahu said, adding Irans savage record contradicts Rouhanis soothing rhetoric.
Excerpts (via New York Times):
Theyve all served that same unforgiving creed, that same unforgiving regime, said Mr. Netanyahu, who regards Iran as Israels most potent enemy and its development of a nuclear weapon as an existential threat. He said President Rouhani, like the presidents who came before him, is a loyal servant of the regime.
He said the international response to Irans entreaties for sanctions relief should be distrust, dismantle and verify, and he repeated his warnings that Israel reserved the right to preemptively strike Irans nuclear facilities if it deemed the Iranians were close to producing nuclear weapons
Excerpts (via Haaretz):
If you want to cease Irans nuclear program, dont let up the pressure. The greater the pressure, the greater the change. Distrust, dismantle and verify.
Rohani promises constructive engagement with other countries, yet two years ago Iranian agents tried to assassinate Saudi Arabias ambassador in Washington D.C. and just two weeks ago an Iranian agent was arrested in Israel for trying to plot an attack against the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv.
Iran participates in Assads murder and massacre of civilians.
Jewish history has taught us two things: Never give up hope, always remain vigilant.
I hope Iran and Obama are working to unite the Jewish people together.
I like this: “Three decades ago, President Ronald Reagan famously advised ‘trust but verify,’” Netanyahu recalled of the West’s dealing with the Soviet Union in nuclear arms reduction talks. “My advice now is distrust, dismantle and verify.”
A style change in Iran. No content change. Sounds like our own no-real-choice elections, which put a new face on what has become the same old corruption.