Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Wipe-Outable Jew Invokes Outrage With Own Implied Ability To Wipe Out Those Who Would Wipe Out Jews

Jimmy Carter: "Remarks vociferously anti-Ahmadinejad"

Jerusalem--In what critics are calling a "slip of the tongue" this week, Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, drew world scorn as he implied Israel's ability to repel world scorn--with nuclear weapons.

"This is a national disgrace," said outgoing UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. "Just when the world's burgeoning democracies, like Iran and Syria are trying to get on their nuclear feet, the Israelis come along and dash their contentions. Stunning."

Others say that Israel is operating under a "delusionary doctrine" that believes they have the right to thwart the nuclear ambitions of nations who merely want to wipe them off the face of the planet and drown their children in the Mediterranean Sea.

"Israel's has this pompous, unilateral approach to their own survival like this since 1948," said Annan. "I think personally, they've effectively redefined Hitler, and the 1940's overall into effective political scare tactics. And quite frankly, I think they've squeezed all the capital from the Six Day war and Yom Kippur they can. Now it's time for regime change."

On the American front, former President Jimmy Carter noted the rabid, "anti Ahmadinejad" tone in any violation of the previously-held Israeli moratorium on admitting the nation's nuclear capabilities."

"This just shows their hard-heartedness towards Iran," he said. "And when it comes to not confronting the Iranians, I know what I'm talking about."

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