Sunday, November 24, 2013

Obama, why did you have to speak in such a way to make me vomit?!

So this will be the big headline on Sunday:

Iran and 5+1 reached a deal!


But Obama, I listened to your live address, and, not exaggerating, not figuratively speaking, I vomited and shouted "Eff you USA!"

I know your address was to appease your rabid dog in Tel Aviv; and his puppies in Congress. I know you KNOW that I ran is not after any nuclear weapon, and you know what if it were, it would only be in order to prevent thugs like you and your "friends and allies" from illegally blockading its assets and its revenues and from imposing "crippling sanctions" on it for refusing to succumb to your hegemony!

What the hell was with that tone of yours! The posturing! Don't you feel like a bully after this address? A rough and scruff bully, unsophisticated, uneducated, biased, prejudiced, narrow minded! Don't you see Netanyahu in the mirror, when you wake up to look at yourself before history? Didn't you feel like a bigot when you delivered this 'live" performance?

You want world peace, Mr Obama? Well, dismantle your oil-sucker corporations; your auto-industry that is in unholy alliance with them. Stop your militaristic economy; and let go of your war-profiteering heritage!

You want world peace, Mr Obama? Well, stop hookering up with Saudi Arabia and Israel!

You want world peace, Mr Obama? Speak peacefully; and do NOT accuse countries of pursuing a bomb, while turning a blind eye on the most criminal, UN-defying, genocidal, land-stealing, war-profiteering of all Middle Eastern governments: I-S-R-A-E-L!

I cannot express, clearly enough, how I DETEST your address ...

I know this deal will benefit Iran in the long run.

I know Israel is mad, not with this deal, because it is peanuts; but mad with the direction these negotiations have provided and the priority that they scream: "the US wants a piece of Iran's pie". (Seriously, lifting sanctions on "Auto industry"; and not aviation? Why, GM wants to compete with the Korean, the Japanese and the French auto-industries in making sure Iran's home-grown industry dies with "Pride"?)

But, next time around, adjust your rhetorics.


goatman said...

So aside from that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you enjoy the play?

WhyNot said...

"the most criminal, UN-defying, genocidal, land-stealing, war-profiteering of all Middle Eastern governments: I-S-R-A-E-L!"

BRAVO!!! The only thing I'd slightly dispute in that sentence is the "of all Middle Eastern governments" bit. My opinion (and that of nearly all 450 million Europeans, as well as that of Australians, Japanese, Brazilians, etc etc), is that that bit in your sentence should really read "of all governments on this planet".

You could add some other quite accurate epithets, such as "mass murdering".

I take it you're American, and if so, I draw my hat to you, because although I now live in Europe (France) I also lived for a long time in Australia, some time in Germany, and 2 years in USA (Florida, near Tampa). My second wife also lived for a year in Japan.

All in all, I can assure you that the feelings you express are enthusiastically endorsed by the overwhelming majority of the population of all these countries.

And don't think for one millisecond I'm "anti-American": when I left Australia and moved to USA to meet Dianne (who became my second spouse), during the 2 years I sent there, I mostly loved it - both the country and the people. To this day, some 15 years later, most of my friends are on-line ones, and most of them are Americans. It's a pity I'm stuck in a tiny town because I'd love to make contact in the flesh with American expats; there are around 300,000 in France, and half of them live in Paris and its suburbia.

If I may try to give you one word of consolation: think positive... I mean... Obama is not as bad as the alcoholic, cocaine-addicted, Jesus-freak mass-murderer named GW Bush, lol!

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