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January 23, 2007

Jew-Baiting Jimmy Carter Speaking at Jewish School

Brandeis University was founded in 1948, the year the modern state of Israel was created, as a "nonsectarian university under the sponsorship of the American Jewish community." It provided an opportunity for Jews shut out by the quota system the Ivy League had in place. Yet today Brandeis is lending a soapbox to one of the world's most infamous Jew-bashers, Jimmy "The Dhimmi" Carter.

Carter's book-length anti-Israel diatribe Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is so over the top, it has resulted in anyone with a conscience bailing out of his ballyhooed Carter Center. Carter responded to criticism by implying that his exposure as a pro-terrorist liar was the work of a sinister Jewish conspiracy.

For awhile it looked like al-Jazeera was the only platform left to him, but perhaps due to the streak of self-hatred that causes most American Jews to support Democrats, Brandeis has validated the Dhimmi's pernicious views by inviting him to speak.

This isn't Brandeis's first brush with moonbattery. It's the alma mater of the criminal maniac Angela Davis — Black Panther, communist, and no friend of Israel. Recently Brandeis displayed an exhibit of anti-Israel artwork created by Palestinian children.

Carter's appearance would be a good thing, if it would allow people a chance to ask him about the $millions he's received from the Arabs he invariably sides with. They might also ask why he was so eager to intercede on behalf of a Nazi war criminal proven to have murdered Jews.

But like Al Gore, another unhinged Dem past his shelf life, Carter has developed an extreme aversion to opposing points of view. Rigorous critics will not be allowed at the Brandeis event. A debate with Alan Dershowitz, who has called Carter on his anti-Israel propagandizing, was nixed because the Dhimmster didn't have the belly for it. Stephen Flatow's daughter Alisa was a Brandeis student when she was killed in a terror attack by the Dhimmi's Islamic Jihad pals in 1995; Flatow was "privately discouraged" from attending Carter's speech.

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Opposing views discouraged.

Posted by Van Helsing at January 23, 2007 10:37 AM

Comments

Well, ya know, while I really despise Carter and his politics
and no group should be singled out for destruction (meaning the
jews), have to say that the jews haven't helped themselves.
Many, many jews are atheists, communists and leftists of various
stripes. Marx himself was a jew. Brandeis is extremely leftist and boasts quite a few terrorists among its alumni.

Now that's not to say that there aren't jews who espouse reason, godliness and civility. But those folks are seriously outnumbered. Good fruit and bad together on the same tree is not a good sign.

Posted by: jael at January 23, 2007 12:12 PM

Jimmy sucks and blows. He was a puke in 76 and he's a puke now. I wouldn't piss on him if he was on fire.

Posted by: Conan at January 23, 2007 12:16 PM

I might, but why wait until he was on fire?

Posted by: V the K at January 23, 2007 2:06 PM

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Because the region of Palestine and the repercussions it holds for peace in the Middle East between the PLO and Israel are critically important, the issues discussed via this spy-thriller makes it interesting and informative so that people all over the world can understand exactly how both sides think and how that thinking has led to continual violence in the Middle East.

If these issues had been understood and discussed 18 years ago, perhaps two wars in the Persian Gulf, the Sept. 11th catastrophe and this new Beirut War would not have happened.

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MENTOR, Ohio – THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY, a genre spy-thriller by Robert Spirko, was fourth on the best-seller list at Atlasbooks, Inc., a national book distributor.
“It is time for the Israelis and Palestinians to return to the Camp David Peace Talks, resume where they left off and "freeze in place" the already-agreed-upon negotiating points,” Spirko says.
“The Iraq Study Group should make this recommendation a top priority before trying to put-in-place a new strategy for Iraq – mainly because ramifications of a peace agreement between both sides will resonate deeply throughout the Muslim world in the way Jews and Muslims interact toward each other. It could have a profound ripple effect including how the United States is perceived by Islamists.” he emphasizes.
“I have communicated that first step to the James Baker III and Lee Hamilton study group. It is important that both sides in the Middle East region are willing to come to their senses,” Spirko reiterates.
He uses the following analogy for peace. “The Camp David accords have precedent and continuity through previous agreements. It's like a marriage where both spouses in an argument storm away mad. They don't divorce and then try to resume their relationship; rather, they come back together, settle their differences, and resume the marriage where they left off. It must be the same for the Middle East Peace talks."
Spirko’s book predicted terrorism against the United States & Israel in his book which takes place in Lebanon. It is eerily similar to the Beirut War which took place last summer between Hezbollah and Israel.
Spirko says if these issues had been understood and discussed 18 years ago, perhaps two wars in the Persian Gulf, the Sept. 11th catastrophe and the new Beirut War would not have happened.
“That aside,” he says, “It is never too late for peace.”



MEDINA, Ohio - When it comes to spy novels and Middle East intrigue, after 16 spell-binding years, the gripping story behind the Middle East quagmire - its issues of nuclear weapons and the quest for a Palestinian State - is finally being told in a ground-breaking new book entitled, THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY.

Author Robert Spirko created the work in such a way that every reader in the world will understand all the intricate issues in the Middle East and how close the region actually came to the brink of nuclear Armageddon.

Mr. Spirko has a unique way of holding the reader in his grasp as the plot of THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY unfolds. He literally takes you from your armchair and immerses you into the lifestyle of the Bedouin, the Israeli, the PLO and the mindset of the Middle-Easterner.

THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY is not just another spy-novel; it is the quintessential spy-thriller because it forces the reader to understand how both sides "think" and why that thinking ultimately led to repeated wars in the Middle East.

Spirko, a financial and geo-political analyst, turned his attention to the Middle East in 1987, after discovering several common elements related to the Middle East question. In working for peace, and after several frustrating years, he put down his analysis in writing and when he was finished, he not only had a solution to the quagmire, he had a story to tell.

But, nobody was listening.

Today, all that has changed, thanks to Olive Grove Publishers who decided to give his book a chance.

When the Palestinian question came to a festering crisis in 1990, he had already predicted several of the actual events before they occurred. For instance, Spirko predicted the Intifada and Persian Gulf War, missing the actual invasion date of Kuwait by only one week. He did this through spectacular supposition, analysis and prediction based on what he was "seeing" in the region.

When Spirko typed his manuscript, he set the work to fiction, about what he thought might occur soon in the Middle East involving weapons of mass destruction, nuclear proliferation, the Palestinian uprising before it occurred, and how the Palestinian question begged to be answered, little did he realize that every event he described in the book would eventually transpire.

His story of what was really happening behind the scenes in the Middle East is truly astounding and remarkable, and his contribution to the Camp David Peace Talks in 2000, formulated a solution to the Jerusalem question. When the BBC got wind of it, they termed it "as nothing short of brilliant" - Jerusalem becoming the simultaneous capitals of both Israel and Palestine in congruous or concentric zones.

Spirko originally copyrighted his book on October 20, 1987, in the U. S.
Library of Congress where intelligence agencies reviewed his work.

Today, finally, somebody is listening.

Spirko feels that both sides must return to the Camp David Peace Talks and resume where they left off and "freeze in place" the already-agreed-upon negotiating points.

"It's like a marriage where both spouses storm away mad in an argument.
They don't divorce and then try to resume their relationship, they come back together, settle their differences, and resume their marriage. It must be the same for the Middle East Peace talks," Spirko says.

The story begins in Beirut, Lebanon, once a great financial capital of the Middle East, which lay in ruin, having been systematically blasted to rubble during 20 years of inexhaustible civil war and siege by Israel, the PLO, Hamas, Hezbollah and Lebanese factions. Soon, the quest for a Palestinian State would be framed by these events; namely, the invasion of Kuwait by a neighboring rogue state, Iraq, with Saddam Hussein's goal of seeking nuclear parity with Israel.

In Mr. Spirko's story, Rick Waite, a forgotten UPI correspondent, and Adrienne Waters, a Pulitzer Prize journalist from the London Times, meet-up in Beirut with a PLO operative named Ahmed, who discovers a secret intelligence memo about a secret plan to destroy Israel.

In the ensuing chase to find the answer to this secret communiqué and what it means, a deadly race against time begins as the unlikely trio tries to halt the launch of a secret weapon from a hidden PLO base camp in the Syrian Desert. U. S. and British intelligence operatives have their own agenda, and attempt to stop whatever is going on to save the entire region from a nuclear holocaust.

Spirko weaves a tale of chilling duplicity and thrilling action, as the characters evade and devise a method to announce the discovery of nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles to the rest of the world - all while United Nations' delegates bicker endlessly.

An executive at BookMasters, Inc., says, "The book is absolutely stunning in the manner in which Mr. Spirko, tells his tale. He is truly a master as an analyst, and it's totally unlike anything else we've ever read in a spy-thriller. It keeps you turning pages and won't let you quit - until the very end. And, what an ending it is! If you crave twisting plots, thrilling spy-action and intriguing characters, then this is the book for you."

Spirko, whose own background includes a stint in the U. S. Air Force and has given his advice to the National Security Council in Washington, D. C., has a degree in journalism and knows first-hand about the newsroom and what it takes to be an intelligence field agent. His knowledge of the trade makes the story real, daunting, and strikingly similar to "The Year of Living Dangerously."

"THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY drips with reality," quips a book reviewer from Olive Grove Publishers. "If books were rated by Siskel & Roeper, it would be given a two-thumbs up."

Not since, Casablanca, do characters as earthy as Rick Waite, or as beautifully mysterious as London Times reporter, Adrienne Waters, or as desperate as PLO operative, Ahmed, bring fresh characters to a story that will be remembered by readers for a long time.

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WARREN, Ohio - When both sides walked away from the peace table at Camp David in 2000, Robert Spirko, author of THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY warned negotiators Ehud Barak of Israel and Chairman Yasser Arafat that they would descend into the abyss of hell.

"And, they did," Spirko says, "and, so have we." Spirko is a native of Warren and a former Tribune staff writer.

That warning came after both sides had already agreed upon Jerusalem as the simultaneous capital of both Israel and Palestine, according to Spirko.

"When both parties agreed on Jerusalem, an issue they both said they could never agree on, then left the peace table over reparations and the right of return, 8,000 lives were lost in the ensuing four years, including America's 9/11 catastrophe," Spirko reveals. "Chairman Arafat should have taken the deal. He had 90% of what he wanted. The Israelis offered to build upon that later if Arafat would stop the suicide bombers.
Chairman Arafat would take the same deal today if it was offered, but it may be too late."

He explains, "The failed talks were a catastrophe for both the Middle East, and the United States, and the only way out is to resurrect the peace talks at Camp David, freeze the already agreed upon points, and resume where both parties left off."

Spirko has given his advice to the National Security Council in Washington, D. C. over the years, and is a 1965 graduate of the Kent State University School of Journalism. He studied for his MBA at Kent State University and currently analyzes geo-political trends as an investment advisor.

He wrote the book as a spy-thriller detailing what and how the quest for a Palestinian State turned into an ongoing disaster predicting Iraq and Iran would seek to develop weapons of mass destruction. The yet-to-be-resolved "right of return" and reparations were ignored by both sides at the 2000 Camp David Peace Talks. Those issues could have been negotiated later. Ideas presented by Mr. Spirko at those peace talks included letting both sides have the right to name Jerusalem as each nation's capital, an idea that the BBC in Great Britain termed as "brilliant.".

"The idea was to create simultaneous capitals for both countries-Palestine and Israel-with Jerusalem as the capital of each using congruous zones and a neutral governing district involving representatives from both sides with God as the central sovereign because they both believe in the same God, whether He is called Allah or Jehovah," Spirko reiterates.

"As we speak, Israel’s Ariel Sharon lies in a coma and Yasser Arafat is dead. Israel agreed to a withdrawal from Israeli settlements in Gaza, and a partial withdrawal in the West Bank. That could have been achieved six years ago at Camp David. Now, Hezbollah and Hamas have thrown a monkey-wrench into the scenario which could lead the United States and the world into World War III.”

Spirko’s book takes place in Beirut, Lebanon. It details what he thought would occur in the Middle East before the actual events; namely, the Persian Gulf War, the Iraq War, the Intifada, and other events leading up to Sept. 11. His analysis, written as a novel in 1987 and copyrighted in the U.S. Library of Congress that year, warned that the Middle East was heading toward nuclear Armageddon if a rogue Arab state, Iraq or Iran, obtained nuclear weapons. For 17 years publishers refused to publish the book because they told Mr. Spirko that the events he described in his book "couldn't possibly happen."


MEDINA, Ohio - "The Middle East is heading toward a new World War if Syria and Iran continue to aid and abet terrorism and try to develop nuclear weapons to threaten both Israel and the United States," says Robert Spirko, author of THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY, a book which predicted both wars in the region.

He says both Iran and Syria are treading on dangerous ground in their quest to continue the war in Palestine and in attempting to enrich uranium for use in an atomic bomb.

Spirko, a financial and geo-political analyst, turned his attention to the Middle East in 1987, after discovering several common elements related to the Middle East question. He wrote down his analysis, and when he was finished, he not only had a solution to the quagmire, he had a story to tell.

THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY predicted many of the events that occurred three years later, even the firing of missiles which hit Israel.

"The United States, Great Britain, France, Russia, and China will never allow them to obtain enough nuclear technology to construct weapons of mass destruction," says Spirko.

Spirko, whose book foreshadowed the Persian Gulf War by three years, and the resultant Iraq War following the Sept. 11 attack, warned the consequences would be catastrophic for those Muslim nations who insist on continuing down that nuclear path.

"The chief threat in the region I see right now is the threat to Saudi Arabia by Al Quaida. If Al Quaida were to overthrow the present royal family in Saudi Arabia, cutting off the oil supply to the western nations including Japan and China, it would bring down entire world economies.
France and Germany would be begging us to go to war to retake those oil wells. It would be World War III," he emphasizes.

If such a scenario were to occur, France and the European economies could collapse in a matter of weeks.

"And, it's all related to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict which I said back in 1987 was the crux of my book. It always has been, and always will be until it's settled. That linkage is exactly what Osama Bin Laden stated in a taped message aired the weekend before the election in November of 2004. Whether you believe him or not is beside the point. That's what's he told us, and we'd better take that into account."

"We are again on the threshold of peace in the Middle East. But, we're also on the threshold of World War III. We better get it right this time, " Spirko emphasizes.


Posted by: OLIVE GROVE BOOKS at January 23, 2007 2:21 PM

Good gosh, what a waste of time posting a comment that long. Who's going to bother to read it?

Posted by: NudeGayWhalesForJesus at January 23, 2007 2:47 PM

Did they INVITE him or did he invite himself? What a doofus thing to do; they may as well invite a concentration camp guard. He should be protested by Jews with bandanas covering thier faces and signs saying "Jews are not illegal" and shouted down until he leaves. Ring a bell anyone?? LOL

Posted by: Chris at January 23, 2007 4:10 PM

Wow, jael's screed against the Jewish people is borderling anti Semitic; and revolting. The reason they vote Democratic is because long ago the Democrats presented themselves as very pro-Israel (even though this wasn't the case always) and they pursue social projects that help minorities. Most Jews support Israel rather strongly. Most people in Israel are not Marxists, to be sure.

Posted by: Chris at January 23, 2007 4:16 PM

"If books were rated by Siskel & Roeper, it would be given a two-thumbs up...AND A FULL FIST ALL THE WAY UP THE ASS"

How's that for a truthful review...DUMBASS?

Posted by: Doug at January 23, 2007 7:01 PM

Spammers are not content to fill your e-mail, they have to peddle their crap on message boards and chat rooms.

Posted by: KHarn at January 23, 2007 8:30 PM

Chris, did you just NOW crawl up from under a rock? Have you read a book or attended classes at any time in your pathetic little racist life? YOU, Chris, are the "white man is mighty" screecher here on this forum. Not anyone else. We have reams of your crap here on the forum to remind us of your ignorant little tirades. Get a life, you redneck.

It is well documented and well known by educated people (meaning, not you Chris), that a large percentage of jews are socialists or communist sympathizers. Witness Nick Cohen, the guy whose article was posted here just recently. Any number of jewish folks will confess that yeah, most jews are not only secular, but many are indifferent to Israel. In fact, many jews don't give a tinkers damn about Israel. And yes, many are left-leaning. It's not a slander, it's just a fact of life. Deal with it.

Posted by: jael at January 23, 2007 10:17 PM

Have you always hated Jews? Are you black?

I do not care whether you like my posts or not, and if you wanna interpret my comments as "racist" or anything else, I cannot help it. The only one here who appears to hate my posts are YOU (besides the moonbats). I have been called racist by so many moonbats that I have an immunity to that little invented word. As for me attending classes or read any books, yes I have (you must do both to earn a college degree). Your screeching anger is abominable and I am sure this will be the last time I indulge it. I will not resort to calling you names or using juvenile phrases, but your disgusting posts speak for themselves. Adios

Posted by: Chris at January 24, 2007 12:56 AM

Am I black?? What the heck does that mean? Because it's rather obvious that you don't care for black folk.

YOU attacked ME you racist little tyrant. I'm not a racist by any stretch nor do I "hate" the jews. I'm simply stating facts and since you can't refute them, you attack with no substance. You're the one who espouses the "mighty white" doctrine and anyone can read them if they so choose. I've encountered plenty of nuts like you and scraped them off my boots at the day's end.

Posted by: jael at January 24, 2007 10:38 AM

At first I thought that book was an attack upon the "Palestinian" agenda, but after reading it, it's entire premise rests with the notion that "peace" is desired by the Arabs, and that if we just work with them a little more, all will be well. The entire book looks like pro-"Palestinian" propaganda and is filled with the false notion that peace is obtainable. It speaks of "Palestinians" as if they were a legitimate nation, and should live beside Israel, but neither of these propositions is genuine, and they are not accomplishable.

Posted by: Chris at January 24, 2007 12:55 PM