Friday, May 29, 2009

Obama Tells "Palestinians" To Stop Inciting Hatred

Story here.

And from the White House itself...

Obama said:

And I also mentioned to President Abbas in a frank exchange that it was very important to continue to make progress in reducing the incitement and anti-Israel sentiments that are sometimes expressed in schools and mosques and in the public square, because all those things are impediments to peace.


Sounds a lot like when politicians mention human rights to Chinese Communists. So what? Nothing gets done, and the People don't even know it was mentioned.

I'm pretty sure that the PLO ("Fatah", they changed the name to, to fool folks into thinking they're not terrorists) of current leader (replacing the late Yasser Arafat) Abu Mazen ("Mahmoud Abbas" obviously sounds less scary, doesn't it?) will NOT say anything to the People in its area, either, and certainly the hate incitement and violence and terrorism fomenting will not suffer any setback.

It'll be continue to be par for the course.

But at least Obama's own words can be used, can be repeated.

Obama knows that mere words aren't going to be worth anything on their own.

But I wonder if he envisions others using his own words as a weapon against Islamofascism and "Palestinian" terrorists?

After all, he actually declared that there's hatemongering as a matter of fact in "Palestine".

Of course, there's a lot more of the hatemongering than it sounded coming from Obama. "Sometimes" is a gross understatement, obviously. The truth of the matter is that hatemongering is a longstanding official practice in "Palestine".