Original post made by Jag Singh on Dec 3, 2006
on Dec 3, 2006 at 1:12 pm
Right, the same guy who "certified" the election of Chavez in Venezuala..the same election where 70% of the people at the exit polls having the courage to publically state they voted against him, in spite of a history of Chavez harrassing people who spoke against him. There were, surprisingly (!) Carter's poll watchers at only a few polls allowed by Chavez, and once the vote was counted, surprisingly (!) not supervised by anyone outside the country, the count was miraculously reversed..70% FOR Chavez. Without Carter, the country might have had a chance at international support for a real election. Instead, Carter effectively killed it. No thanks, I was appalled at the destruction by Carter of democracy in this country, and thus now believe the opposite of anything Carter says. And this from someone who worked his campaign and voted for him, much to my shame. Words are nice, but action tells it all.
on Dec 3, 2006 at 1:17 pm
By the way, Carter being the "architect" of the Camp David accords is NOT an accolade. These accords, with Carter's usual finesse, resulted in the continuing destruction of Palestine through validating the Architect of Terrorism, Arafat, who felt comfortable completely dismissing all agreements at the last minute because he understood the blindness, the naivete, of people like Clinton and Carter and other gullible people, which led to the Intifada. No thanks, Carter adds fuel to the fire wherever he goes.
Carter is no friend of the Palestinians.
on Dec 3, 2006 at 4:26 pm
Once again we have another recipient of the Jagjit Singh award for courage--Jimmy Carter.
However, as longtime readers of this blog know, anything that Jag Singh posts must be taken with a grain of salt. The question is, is this post another cut and paste job by Jag, lifted from another website, or is it really his true writings.
Either way, most readers have come to realize that Jag's writings are tainted with anti-semitism and hatred for Israel. As with his other posts this one is filled with a one-sided analysis of the conflict in the middle east--with Israel being given all th eblame by Jag, while the Palestinians are portayed as the poor, oppressed conquered minority.
The be quite honest Jimmy Carter's opinions, as well as those of his fellow mouthpiece for Palestinian terrorism, Desmond Tutu, are not worth a look listening to seriously.