Jimmy Carter a Disgraced President

by Mick Gregory

I just listened to Jimmy Carter on NPR this morning. The former Democrat president was trying to say that his statement on page 213 of his new hate and blame book, Peace Not Apartheid, was actually just an error.

“It is imperative that the general Arab community and all significant Palestinian groups make it clear that they will end the suicide bombings and other acts of terrorism when international laws and the ultimate goals of the Roadmap for Peace are accepted by Israel.”

(Carter is now saying there was a misplaced word, a mistake that will be fixed in future editions).

Which word is it?

Ladies and gentlemen, here is a test. Let’s see which word or words can change the meaning of Carter’s endorsement of murdering Jews?

…end terrorism when (replace with if)
…end terrorism when (when, if ever)
…end terrorism when (when pigs fly)

As a writer and editor, I can not find any way to read this sentence that does not clearly condone the murder of Jews on busses, in pizza parlors and in shops, until Israel follows former President Carter’s prescription for peace. This book caused 12 of Carter’s staff at his library (paid for by Arab foundations) to quit in disgust.

This is a major event. Imagine if you will, if Ronald Reagan or George Bush had written that?

It sheds light on the disgraced president — Carter is clearly on the side of terrorists and may have been his whole life. There are now stories coming out of Carter giving special leniency to a former Nazi SS soldier’s family in the U.S.

Carter supported the politics of Danny Ortega and Yasser Arafat.

Was that why Carter let the Islamic fascists take over Iran during his presidency?
Why did Jimmy Carter give the Panama Canal away?
What did the Camp David Accords accomplish?

These questions were not asked Carter:

What NPR didn’t ask Carter
Jimmy Carter was interviewed this morning on NPR. The interviewer pressed him on his use of the word ‘apartheid’, an obvious and reasonable question. However, there are a few other questions, also obvious and reasonable that were not asked. For example:

Do you think that you were influenced in any way by the millions of dollars you personally and the Carter Center received from Arab sources?
You said in your book that the Arabs must recognize Israel’s right to exist in peace. Don’t you think that it’s reasonable to expect an end to terrorism before Israeli concessions are made that compromise her security? Wouldn’t it be irresponsible for the Israeli government to give up territory while rockets are falling?
The thrust of your arguments is that Israel is responsible for the conflict as a result of her occupation of ‘Palestinian land’ in 1967. How do you account for the Palestinian terrorism against Israel (and the pre-state Jewish presence) since at least 1920? Don’t you think that the Arabs — both the Palestinians and Israel’s neighbor states — must bear some responsibility for the sustained terrorism and war that they’ve waged against the Jews over the years?
Update (1453 PST): Read Kenneth Stein’s review of Carter’s book. Stein was Executive Director of the Carter Center from 1983 to 1986, and the Center’s Middle East Fellow until 2006, when he resigned in protest of the book.
Visit: fresnozionism.org

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8 thoughts on “Jimmy Carter a Disgraced President

  1. Maybe that is why he made the error, to sell more books. He’s getting a lot more publicity. I’m thinking of buying it too. But I’m torn. He gets a few dollars from each sale.

  2. Jhimmi Carter – the shoes keep dropping — A blog from Technoroti

    While the most embarrassing of ex-Presidents slouches about the country attempting to defend his anti-Israel book and whine about his “hurt feelings”, another story comes to light.

    A former U.S. Justice Department official disclosed to Arutz-7 that former U.S. President Jimmy Carter’s advocacy extended beyond the PA Arabs, when he interceded on behalf of a Nazi SS man.
    Neal Sher, a veteran of the U.S. Justice Department’s Office of Special Investigation, described a letter he received from Carter in 1987 in an interview with Israel National Radio’s Tovia Singer. The letter, written and signed by Carter, asked that Sher show “special consideration” for a man proven to have murdered Jews in the Mauthausen death camp in Austria. […]

    Now, following Carter’s book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, Sher has decided to go public with the hope that a public made aware of Carter’s support and defense of a Nazi SS man will help illustrate why the arbiter of the Camp David Accords came out with a book defending the Palestinians after the landslide election of the Islamist Hamas terror group.

    “It always bothered me, but I didn’t go public with it until recently, when he wrote this book and let it spill out where his sentiments really lie,” Sher said. “Here was Jimmy Carter jumping in on behalf of someone who did not deserve in any way, shape or form special consideration. And the things he has now said about the Jewish lobby really exposes where his heart really lies.”

    What is amazing is that Carter, unlike the other members of the US government lobbied by the Nazi family members, never contacted Sher or his office. Jhimmi never used any of the considerable resources a former President would have at his disposal to research the Nazi family’s claims.

    Click on the image for a picture of the letter with Carter’s plea for special consideration.

  3. These questions were not asked Carter:

    What NPR didn’t ask Carter
    Jimmy Carter was interviewed this morning on NPR. The interviewer pressed him on his use of the word ‘apartheid’, an obvious and reasonable question. However, there are a few other questions, also obvious and reasonable that were not asked. For example:

    Do you think that you were influenced in any way by the millions of dollars you personally and the Carter Center received from Arab sources?
    You said in your book that the Arabs must recognize Israel’s right to exist in peace. Don’t you think that it’s reasonable to expect an end to terrorism before Israeli concessions are made that compromise her security? Wouldn’t it be irresponsible for the Israeli government to give up territory while rockets are falling?
    The thrust of your arguments is that Israel is responsible for the conflict as a result of her occupation of ‘Palestinian land’ in 1967. How do you account for the Palestinian terrorism against Israel (and the pre-state Jewish presence) since at least 1920? Don’t you think that the Arabs — both the Palestinians and Israel’s neighbor states — must bear some responsibility for the sustained terrorism and war that they’ve waged against the Jews over the years?
    Update (1453 PST): Read Kenneth Stein’s review of Carter’s book. Stein was Executive Director of the Carter Center from 1983 to 1986, and the Center’s Middle East Fellow until 2006, when he resigned in protest of the book.
    Visit: fresnozionism.org

  4. Nice. You take Jimmy Carter, a devout and merciful Christian, to task for one measly thing, yet you ignore what Prescott Bush did during WWII – shall I refresh your memory:

    George Bush’s grandfather, the late US senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.
    The Guardian has obtained confirmation from ‘newly discovered’ files in the US National Archives that a firm of which Prescott Bush was a director was involved with the financial architects of Nazism.

    How dare you.

    I’m not discussing Jimmy Carter’s grandfather, if I were, I would be writing about his slave plantation that has been passed down to him. Some ancestors of slaves still live in tin roof shacks on the edge of his massive estate.

    Quite a bit worse than Bush’s grandfather being on the board of a company. Ford Motors was fined for helping Nazi Germany construct factories for their Panzer tanks.

    What a brainwashed shame to free thinking you are.

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  6. I agree totally with your comments. Carter is an antisemite and an embarressment to the United States. Let him know how you feel if you agree.

  7. Now Jimmy Carter says George Bush is the worst president. What a disgrace. Jimmy, your brother Billy would have been a better president than you, Jimmy.

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