Greta Van Susteren interviews #Hillary #Clinton about #MiddleEast ,Pres #Morsi and #Benghazi.

January 31, 2013

You see the way this feminist hussy is trying to spin why an insecure embassy was in Libya? We were giving the Muslim Brotherhood weapons, but Clinton spins it. We were there to keep the weapons from going to Israel? Those were our weapons. Wow… that takes some progressive chutzpah. The lies never… ever… ever… stop!


Video – Greta Van Susteren interviews Hillary Clinton about Middle East ,Pres Morsi and Benghazi.HT: BarrackNow. Greta brings up Morsi’s 2010 comments, which included him saying the Jews were descendants of “apes and pigs”, and that Egypt must “nurse its children on hatred of the Jews”. A few hours before Greta’s interview, reports came out that a close Morsi aid said the Holocaust never happened and that the Jews secretly moved to the U.S.
Hillary’s response?
At the 1:58 mark, she says “We were quite concerned about those statements” and that “the Egyptian presidency has repudiated” the comments.
What more proof does one need that the Democratic Party has more contempt for Christians and conservatives than for the Muslim Brotherhood? Virtually the entire Barack Obama administration, for more than four years, has been engaged in class warfare that involves much more critical and relentless criticism of conservatives who haven’t even come close to talking like Morsi.
At the 3:30 mark, when asked about Morsi personally, Hillary said:
I think he has a lot of the right intentions“.
Wait a minute. A leader of the Muslim Brotherhood who also happens to be the President of Egypt has pure intentions?! The intentions of the Brotherhood include the annihilation of Israel and establishing a global caliphate.

Chelsea Clinton, NBC Nightly News Reporter, ” Making a Difference”

November 15, 2011

…and now Beavis and Butthead gives Chelsea Clinton the Tahrir Square aka Occupy Wall Street journalist treatment.


Brain Williams confirmed it on CNN last night. Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be a part of NBC’s Nightly News segment on Making a Difference. Chelsea plans to donate part of her earnings to charity, the George Washington Memorial Hospital in the name of her grandmother. She joins Jena Bush Hager, who contributes to the ” Today Show,” another NBC news outlet.

The Mad JewessI do have to mention Meghan McCain, a contributor to MSNBC, but not in the same sentence.

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Clinton Wedding near my house in Poughkeepsie

July 31, 2010

Zion bashers and the criminal element at Astor Courts Estate.  Astor would fit right in.  Local testies are dropping. A feminist marriage. Isn’t that an Oxymoron? Will Chelsea fit under her mom’s <—- tent?

 Chelsea Clinton’s big wedding day has finally arrived. The location is the Astor Courts Estate in Rhinebeck, NY (yes, “Astor”, as in John Jacob Astor) …

The rehearsal dinner is reportedly taking place at the nearby Grasmere, a 525-acre estate boasting a Federal-period manor house with formal gardens, stucco guest cottages and a large stone barn complex. Another area manse rumored to be serving the family over the weekend will be Glenburn, where the Clintons are said to be staying over the weekend. Glenburn is the Rhinebeck home of Eric and Andrea Colombel. Andrea Colombel is the daughter of billionaire financier and longtime Clinton supporter George Soros.

Does anyone recall this kind of breathless coverage for the wedding of Jenna Bush, arguably more “historic” given she was the daughter of a sitting president?  Anyone remember the MSM referring to the wedding as “royal”?

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so how much money will you offer me to crash the Clinton wedding? offers in pretty daughters appreciated only if they aren’t ball busting feminists

 


Chelsea Clinton is to marry Marc Mezvinsky

December 15, 2009


“…Mezvinsky… Where have I heard that name? His disgraced father, convicted scam artist (http://3.ly/AXy)? No, I don’t follow those things. Wait… why, it’s his uncle! Norton Mezvinsky, Israel-hating fanatic (http://3.ly/07Z) recently retired from Connecticut State U! Here’s the latest from Uncle Norton, sharing impressions of a “one-state solution” conference.”” reposted from http://www.facebook.com/martinkramer.page

just in case you were wondering what side of the tracks the Clintons come from:

Posted via web from noahdavidsimon’s posterous

kind of funny the way the media makes this out to be warm and fuzzy. I suppose Chelsea should marry who she wants, but this just lets us glimpse into the radical hateful world that the Clintons are involved in.

It won’t be a White House wedding, but former first daughter Chelsea Clinton is ready to tie the knot. The former first kid will walk down the aisle with fiance Marc Mezvinsky. Clinton is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky, a spokesman for former President Clinton confirmed to ABC News. Clinton, 29, is the only child of the former president and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She and Mezvinsky — the son of former Rep. Ed Mezvinsky and former Rep. Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinksy — became friends in Washington, D.C., and became closer friends when they both attended Stanford University.

but slowly the truth kind of comes out…

If Ed Mezvinsky, the disgraced father of Chelsea Clinton‘s newly-announced fiancé Marc Mezvinsky, attends his own son’s wedding, he might want to consider ducking out before the reception. Mezvinsky was convicted in 2002 of bilking his associates, friends and family members — even his own late mother-in-law — out of millions of dollars. Despite being released in April 2008 after serving five years in prison, Mezvinsky remains on federal probation and still owes almost $9.4 million in restitution to his victims.

PHOTO Chelsea Clinton engaged to Marc Mezvinsky

Chelsea Clinton and fiancee Marc Mezvinsky are shown in this file photo, left./Marc’s father, Edward M. Mezvinsky, is shown in this file photo.

(AP Photo/Reuters)
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An ABC News investigation revealed that Mezvinsky, a former Democratic Congressman from Iowa, had been caught up in a series of Nigerian e-mail scams and began to steal from people to further his schemes.

“He was always looking for the home run. He was always trying to find the business deal that would make him as wealthy as all the people in his social circle,” said federal prosecutor Bob Zauzmer. According to Zauzmer, Mezvinsky, who is now 72, will be on supervised release, the federal version of probation, until 2011.

oh but the family skeletons are the tip of the iceberg. the crazy scam artists daddy was nothing compare to this scoundrel….

A newly formed “educational think tank,” the International Council for Middle East Studies (ICMES), is poised to influence U.S. policy toward the Middle East in ways that could further harm American interests in the region. It will be led by Norton Mezvinsky, a radical anti-Zionist who recently retired after a 42-year-career teaching Middle East history at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). If Mezvinsky remains true to form, ICMES will advocate for holding U.S. policy hostage to the fallacy that Israel is always at fault for the region’s troubles.

ICMES found a welcoming home at the International Law Institute (ILI) at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.* And according to Mezvinsky, ICMES’s goal will be to build cultural bridges and promote faculty and student exchanges between the United States and Middle Eastern countries.

An immediate question comes to mind: with whom will those bridges be built? That Mezvinsky’s new organization is being parachuted into ILI, a group that according to its website “raises levels of professional competence and capacity in all nations so that professionals everywhere may achieve practical solutions to common problems in ways that suit their nations’ own needs” is most disturbing. We should question how such a politicized individual as Mezvinsky could operate “practically” and decide what are the needs regarding Israelis and Palestinians when he has devoted his entire career to demonizing Israel.

For example, in 2002 Mezvinsky participated in a weeklong teaching institute for Connecticut middle and high school teachers on the Middle East. Among the myths he perpetrated on his students, as recorded by an attendee, was that:

Palestinians were pushed out of their homes due to the ‘Absent-Present Laws’ that stated that if people who owned the land weren’t on it at a given time, the land was turned over to the JNF (Jewish National Fund); and Israel has created refugees, and has intensified oppression.

Jonathan Calt Harris later reported that Mezvinsky told the entire class of teachers that, contrary to historical fact, “‘the well-armed and well-funded Israelis‘ fought the Palestinians in 1948, but did not mention that armies of five Arab countries first invaded the U.N.-sanctioned Jewish state.”

Close observers bear witness to Mezvinsky’s influence on his students. Rabbi Stephen Fuchs of Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford, a participant in the teaching institute, said that, “[Mezvinsky] has slanted the views of a whole generation of students about the Middle East. I am concerned that he has created a negative atmosphere toward Israel.”

Mezvinsky endorses the infamous 1975 UN General Assembly Resolution 3379 that declared Zionism a form of racism. Furthermore, his biased views resemble the propaganda fed to eighth graders in Saudi Arabia, who are taught that, “the blood of non-Jews has no intrinsic value” and that, therefore, the killing of non-Jews does “not constitute murder according to the Jewish religion.” Such blatant anti-Semitism has nothing on Mezvinsky’s claim that Judaism teaches “the killing of innocent Arabs for revenge as a Jewish virtue.”

He also places the sole onus for the Palestinian refugee problem on Israel while never acknowledging the estimated 750,000 Jewish refugees who were expelled from Arab lands. That many of those Arab refugees left under pressure from neighboring Arab countries to facilitate the destruction of their Jewish communities is yet another example of how the Arab-Israeli conflict has been taught at CCSU absent any effort to provide historical context or scholarly balance.

Not surprisingly, Mezvinsky joined forced with the late Israel Shahak to co-author Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel. Shahak, a kindred spirit, was embraced by neo-Nazis, anti-Semites, and Holocaust deniers and was warmly welcomed into the circles of Noam Chomsky and the late Edward Said. When Mezvinsky updated the book and wrote its introduction, Amazon.com published Chomsky’s endorsement: “An outstanding scholar, with remarkable insight and depth of knowledge. His work is informed and penetrating, a contribution of great value.”

Shahak’s hatred of Israel went far beyond the simple endorsement of Arab and Palestinian views or fashionable anti-Zionism, a common enough sentiment among Israeli academic leftists. He openly hated Judaism and Jews. Shahak’s entire body of work rests on his conviction that Judaism is the font of all evil and that most global issues can ultimately be traced back to Judaism via a world wide Jewish conspiracy.

Mezvinsky and Shahak are prime examples of Jewish academics who throughout their careers questioned their own religion and the legitimacy of the state of Israel. Edward Alexander of the University of Washington sums up this malady in The Jewish Divide over Israel Accusers and Defenders:

Jews who assign responsibility for anti-Jewish aggression to Jewish misbehavior not only save themselves from the unpleasant and often dangerous task of coming to the defense of the Jews coming under attack but also retain the delightful charms of good conscience. Hitler’s professors were the first to make anti-Semitism both academically respectable and complicit in murder.

Mezvinsky is associated with other supporters of Shahak, including the One State for Palestine/Israel group, which advocates the “one-state solution.” (They fail to note that “one state” requires no Jewish State, or that this is part of the Palestinian phased plan to destroy Israel as the Jewish homeland.) At their last conference Mezvinsky was joined by a host of radical anti-Zionist Jewish activists, including: Ali Abunimah, co-founder of Electronic Intifada; Joel Kovel, author of Overcoming Zionism, in which he advocates the elimination of Israel; Phyllis Bennis, an antiwar activist and a fellow at the far-left Institute for Policy Studies; Ilan Pappe a zealous anti-Zionist who now teaches at the University of Exeter in England; and Gabriel Piterberg a professor of history at UCLA and devotee of Edward Said. These luminaries gathered to discuss a solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a “rational – academic fashion” and, true to form, proffered the one state solution, which is de facto the modern-day “final solution.”

This lamentable record underscores how a tenured professor who taught generations of undergraduates and was influential and an active head of CCSU’s Middle East Lecture Series, was able to spread his ideas through the many anti-Israel/anti-Zionist speakers he brought to campus to “educate” the university community. His career illustrates one of the most serious weaknesses in contemporary Middle East Studies: the politicized writing and teaching that have displaced objective scholarship, and the redefinition of academic freedom as the liberty to dispense with academic standards. All of the above should raise serious questions about the credibility and education Mezvinsky will disseminate to a much larger audience through his International Council for Middle East Studies.

*The International Law Institute is not associated with Georgetown University.


Chelsea Clinton is to marry Marc Mezvinsky

December 15, 2009
“…Mezvinsky… Where have I heard that name? His disgraced father, convicted scam artist

Chelsea Clinton and fiancee Marc Mezvinsky are shown in this file photo, left./Marc’s father, Edward M. Mezvinsky, is shown in this file photo.

? No, I don’t follow those things. Wait… why, it’s his uncle! Norton Mezvinsky, Israel-hating fanatic

A newly formed “educational think tank,” the International Council for Middle East Studies (ICMES), is poised to influence U.S. policy toward the Middle East in ways that could further harm American interests in the region. It will be led by Norton Mezvinsky, a radical anti-Zionist who recently retired after a 42-year-career teaching Middle East history at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). If Mezvinsky remains true to form, ICMES will advocate for holding U.S. policy hostage to the fallacy that Israel is always at fault for the region’s troubles.

recently retired from Connecticut State U! Here’s the latest from Uncle Norton, sharing impressions of a “one-state solution” conference.”” reposted from http://www.facebook.com/martinkramer.page
just in case you were wondering what side of the tracks the Clintons come from:

Posted via web from noahdavidsimon’s posterous
kind of funny the way the media makes this out to be warm and fuzzy. I suppose Chelsea should marry who she wants, but this just lets us glimpse into the radical hateful world that the Clintons are involved in.

It won’t be a White House wedding, but former first daughter Chelsea Clinton is ready to tie the knot. The former first kid will walk down the aisle with fiance Marc Mezvinsky. Clinton is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky, a spokesman for former President Clinton confirmed to ABC News. Clinton, 29, is the only child of the former president and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She and Mezvinsky — the son of former Rep. Ed Mezvinsky and former Rep. Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinksy — became friends in Washington, D.C., and became closer friends when they both attended Stanford University.

but slowly the truth kind of comes out…

PHOTO Chelsea Clinton engaged to Marc MezvinskyIf Ed Mezvinsky, the disgraced father of Chelsea Clinton‘s newly-announced fiancé Marc Mezvinsky, attends his own son’s wedding, he might want to consider ducking out before the reception. Mezvinsky was convicted in 2002 of bilking his associates, friends and family members — even his own late mother-in-law — out of millions of dollars. Despite being released in April 2008 after serving five years in prison, Mezvinsky remains on federal probation and still owes almost $9.4 million in restitution to his victims.

Chelsea Clinton and fiancee Marc Mezvinsky are shown in this file photo, left./Marc’s father, Edward M. Mezvinsky, is shown in this file photo.

(AP Photo/Reuters)
More Photos

An ABC News investigation revealed that Mezvinsky, a former Democratic Congressman from Iowa, had been caught up in a series of Nigerian e-mail scams and began to steal from people to further his schemes.

“He was always looking for the home run. He was always trying to find the business deal that would make him as wealthy as all the people in his social circle,” said federal prosecutor Bob Zauzmer. According to Zauzmer, Mezvinsky, who is now 72, will be on supervised release, the federal version of probation, until 2011.

oh but the family skeletons are the tip of the iceberg. the crazy scam artists daddy was nothing compare to this scoundrel….

A newly formed “educational think tank,” the International Council for Middle East Studies (ICMES), is poised to influence U.S. policy toward the Middle East in ways that could further harm American interests in the region. It will be led by Norton Mezvinsky, a radical anti-Zionist who recently retired after a 42-year-career teaching Middle East history at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). If Mezvinsky remains true to form, ICMES will advocate for holding U.S. policy hostage to the fallacy that Israel is always at fault for the region’s troubles.

ICMES found a welcoming home at the International Law Institute (ILI) at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.* And according to Mezvinsky, ICMES’s goal will be to build cultural bridges and promote faculty and student exchanges between the United States and Middle Eastern countries.

An immediate question comes to mind: with whom will those bridges be built? That Mezvinsky’s new organization is being parachuted into ILI, a group that according to its website “raises levels of professional competence and capacity in all nations so that professionals everywhere may achieve practical solutions to common problems in ways that suit their nations’ own needs” is most disturbing. We should question how such a politicized individual as Mezvinsky could operate “practically” and decide what are the needs regarding Israelis and Palestinians when he has devoted his entire career to demonizing Israel.

For example, in 2002 Mezvinsky participated in a weeklong teaching institute for Connecticut middle and high school teachers on the Middle East. Among the myths he perpetrated on his students, as recorded by an attendee, was that:

Palestinians were pushed out of their homes due to the ‘Absent-Present Laws’ that stated that if people who owned the land weren’t on it at a given time, the land was turned over to the JNF (Jewish National Fund); and Israel has created refugees, and has intensified oppression.

Jonathan Calt Harris later reported that Mezvinsky told the entire class of teachers that, contrary to historical fact, “‘the well-armed and well-funded Israelis‘ fought the Palestinians in 1948, but did not mention that armies of five Arab countries first invaded the U.N.-sanctioned Jewish state.”

Close observers bear witness to Mezvinsky’s influence on his students. Rabbi Stephen Fuchs of Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford, a participant in the teaching institute, said that, “[Mezvinsky] has slanted the views of a whole generation of students about the Middle East. I am concerned that he has created a negative atmosphere toward Israel.”

Mezvinsky endorses the infamous 1975 UN General Assembly Resolution 3379 that declared Zionism a form of racism. Furthermore, his biased views resemble the propaganda fed to eighth graders in Saudi Arabia, who are taught that, “the blood of non-Jews has no intrinsic value” and that, therefore, the killing of non-Jews does “not constitute murder according to the Jewish religion.” Such blatant anti-Semitism has nothing on Mezvinsky’s claim that Judaism teaches “the killing of innocent Arabs for revenge as a Jewish virtue.”

He also places the sole onus for the Palestinian refugee problem on Israel while never acknowledging the estimated 750,000 Jewish refugees who were expelled from Arab lands. That many of those Arab refugees left under pressure from neighboring Arab countries to facilitate the destruction of their Jewish communities is yet another example of how the Arab-Israeli conflict has been taught at CCSU absent any effort to provide historical context or scholarly balance.

Not surprisingly, Mezvinsky joined forced with the late Israel Shahak to co-author Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel. Shahak, a kindred spirit, was embraced by neo-Nazis, anti-Semites, and Holocaust deniers and was warmly welcomed into the circles of Noam Chomsky and the late Edward Said. When Mezvinsky updated the book and wrote its introduction, Amazon.com published Chomsky’s endorsement: “An outstanding scholar, with remarkable insight and depth of knowledge. His work is informed and penetrating, a contribution of great value.”

Shahak’s hatred of Israel went far beyond the simple endorsement of Arab and Palestinian views or fashionable anti-Zionism, a common enough sentiment among Israeli academic leftists. He openly hated Judaism and Jews. Shahak’s entire body of work rests on his conviction that Judaism is the font of all evil and that most global issues can ultimately be traced back to Judaism via a world wide Jewish conspiracy.

Mezvinsky and Shahak are prime examples of Jewish academics who throughout their careers questioned their own religion and the legitimacy of the state of Israel. Edward Alexander of the University of Washington sums up this malady in The Jewish Divide over Israel Accusers and Defenders:

Jews who assign responsibility for anti-Jewish aggression to Jewish misbehavior not only save themselves from the unpleasant and often dangerous task of coming to the defense of the Jews coming under attack but also retain the delightful charms of good conscience. Hitler’s professors were the first to make anti-Semitism both academically respectable and complicit in murder.

Mezvinsky is associated with other supporters of Shahak, including the One State for Palestine/Israel group, which advocates the “one-state solution.” (They fail to note that “one state” requires no Jewish State, or that this is part of the Palestinian phased plan to destroy Israel as the Jewish homeland.) At their last conference Mezvinsky was joined by a host of radical anti-Zionist Jewish activists, including: Ali Abunimah, co-founder of Electronic Intifada; Joel Kovel, author of Overcoming Zionism, in which he advocates the elimination of Israel; Phyllis Bennis, an antiwar activist and a fellow at the far-left Institute for Policy Studies; Ilan Pappe a zealous anti-Zionist who now teaches at the University of Exeter in England; and Gabriel Piterberg a professor of history at UCLA and devotee of Edward Said. These luminaries gathered to discuss a solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a “rational – academic fashion” and, true to form, proffered the one state solution, which is de facto the modern-day “final solution.”

This lamentable record underscores how a tenured professor who taught generations of undergraduates and was influential and an active head of CCSU’s Middle East Lecture Series, was able to spread his ideas through the many anti-Israel/anti-Zionist speakers he brought to campus to “educate” the university community. His career illustrates one of the most serious weaknesses in contemporary Middle East Studies: the politicized writing and teaching that have displaced objective scholarship, and the redefinition of academic freedom as the liberty to dispense with academic standards. All of the above should raise serious questions about the credibility and education Mezvinsky will disseminate to a much larger audience through his International Council for Middle East Studies.

*The International Law Institute is not associated with Georgetown University.