June 2009


Is There a U.S.-Backed Kosovo Leader who DIDN’T Kill People for their Organs?

One could be more general and ask simply whether there is any U.S.-backed Kosovo leader for whom there isn’t an international arrest warrant:

USA, France and England defend Ceku

Due to political pressures from the USA, Great Britain and France on Bulgarian Government it is not likely that the authorities in Sofia shall respond positively to yesterday’s request by the Serbian Ministry of justice and extradite Agim Ceku, former KLA commander and also former Kosovo prime minister, charged with genocide, murder of 669 Serbs and 18 other non-Albanians in Kosovo and Metohija in 1999.

‘Politics and diplomacy should not interfere with international law especially in the case of Ceku who has been charged with the most serious war crimes’, Serbia Minister of Justice Snezana Malovic said.

The former KLA commander was arrested on Tuesday evening at Bulgarian-Macedonian border on the basis of Interpol wanted list. Ceku was initially ruled a 24-hour detention prolonged by Bulgarian prosecution to 72 hours.

‘Sofia is waiting to receive documents from Interpol. On the basis of them it shall decide until Friday whether Ceku shall be extradited to Serbia or released’, Boris Velchev, Bulgarian Attorney general said yesterday.

Ceku traveled to Sofia at the invitation of Solomon Pasi, former Bulgarian foreign minister. They were to talk about admission of Kosovo to the NATO.

Immediately after Ceku’s arrest, spokesman of Kosovo Government said that the Government expected Ceku to be released soon.

Bulgaria releases ex-Kosovo PM Agim Ceku: court

SOFIA (AFP) - Bulgaria on Thursday released former Kosovo premier Agim Ceku, arrested on a warrant from Serbia, where he is wanted on war crimes charges, an AFP photographer in the court reported.

Ceku walked free after a prolonged hearing into whether or not Sofia should extend his detention. He was initially held in custody only for a period of 72 hours.

The former Kosovo premier was, however, asked to remain in Bulgaria until July 2, in case the prosecution appealed his release, judge Sonya Kocheva was cited by national radio as saying.

Prosecutors hinted they would not appeal.

Serbia’s Justice Ministry official Slobodan Homen said the decision to release Ceku from detention was a “political one.”

“Once again, politics overcome international law,” Homen told state-run Tanjug news agency.

He added that Ceku would be “sooner or later available to Serbia’s justice.”

“Our ministry is still awaiting official information from our Bulgarian counterparts and an explanation why Ceku has been released,” Homen said.

Ceku was detained on an Interpol arrest warrant at the Gyueshevo border checkpoint near Kyustendil on Tuesday night, while he was entering Bulgaria from Macedonia.

Serbia has since officially requested his extradition, while Kosovo insisted that Ceku be released.

The former premier and one-time top commander of Kosovo’s Liberation Army of ethnic Albanian guerillas was brought to the court Thursday heavily guarded and in handcuffs, the AFP photographer said.

Clad in an official black suit and a tie, he told the court that the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at the Hague had already investigated crimes in the region and identified the people responsible for them, adding: “No charges were raised against me.”

“I am not a Serbian national and never was. Serbia cannot request the extradition of foreign nationals (other than) its own,” Ceku told the court.

Bulgarian media meanwhile reported that his lawyers presented the court with a letter from Kosovo premier Hashim Thaci [see his arrest warrant here], confirming that Ceku is a member of Kosovo’s diplomatic community.

They also tabled a written statement from the United Nations, saying that the detained person was under the jurisdiction of the UN’s interim administration in Kosovo, or UNMIK.

Bulgaria’s former foreign minister Solomon Passy had told the media Wednesday that he had invited Ceku to Sofia.

Serbia’s claim to have him extradited was meanwhile backed Thursday by Amnesty International that “called upon the Bulgarian authorities to extradite promptly Agim Ceku to Serbia… to face trial on war crimes charges.”

Kosovo’s prime minister for the two years leading up to the disputed territory’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia in February 2008, Ceku is wanted by Serbia for war crimes allegedly committed during the 1998-1999 war in then Serbian-ruled Kosovo.

Ceku’s detention in Bulgaria was not the first time an Interpol warrant initiated from Serbia caught up with him. He was detained in Colombia last month, and in Slovenia and Hungary in 2003 and 2004 respectively. […]

And how did a wanted war criminal get to Bulgaria? Well, notice how invisible are the recognizable statesmen of Kosovo — enough so that they can slip past border security, in this case Macedonia’s. Macedonia, of course, knows what the U.S. can do to it and therefore does what U.S. bureaucrats command, in this case: “Leave our Albanian boys alone”:

Agim Ceku invisible for Macedonia’s Interpol

26 June 2009 | 15:20 | FOCUS News Agency

Skopje. According to Macedonia’s Ministry of Interior, it was easy for Agim Ceku to cross the border, because the transcription of his name and surname in the personal documents differs from his names in the passport, according to which he has been wanted since 2002 and the system did not recognize him, Macedonian Vest newspaper reads.

Before being arrested in Bulgaria, Agim Ceku, former Prime Minister of Kosovo, crossed the Macedonian border without any problem. The Ministry of Interior announces that Agim Ceku entered Macedonia without being found, because of differences in the way of writing.

On the border checkpoint there is a computer system, which reads the foreign personal information of foreigners, who enters Macedonia. If a computer alarms about a person that Interpol searches, the system immediately locks. Even if a policeman wants to let the person go, he must inform the respective authorities because the next person, who waits, won’t be allowed to cross the border.

It is most likely that Agim Ceku has crossed the border here by new passport so nobody recognized him, spokesperson of the Macedonian Ministry of Interior Ivo Kotevski said.

A footnote on Macedonia, from Chris Deliso’s The Coming Balkan Caliphate:

Macedonia took in over 400,000 Kosovo Albanian refugees. However, when the country was no longer needed for Clinton’s military adventures, it was forgotten, and the long-term consequences of Kosovo — an emboldened pan-Albanian Balkan insurgency — were ignored…[America] began secretly supporting the NLA [(Albanian) National Liberation Army] from its Kosovo base, Camp Bondsteel, through logistical and communications support as well as secret arms airdrops to Albanian-held mountain villages in northwestern Macedonia.

For Macedonians, the nadir was reached in June [2001, post-Clinton], during a three-day battle at the Skopje-area village of Aracinovo, where NATO ordered the Macedonian Army to stop its operations and then spirited the heavily armed Albanian fighters off to freedom…[T]he public was shocked when it was reported that Islamic fighters and 17 American military contractors from the Virginia-based Military Professional Resources Incorporated (MPRI) had been found amongst the NLA’s ranks…From that moment, the humiliated and disappointed Macedonian public’s worst suspicions seemed to have been confirmed: America and NATO were in full favor of the Albanian guerrillas.

A few years ago, billionaire Philip Anschutz decided to fill a void that he saw even amid the proliferation of alternative and conservative media: real journalism. So he bought the Examiner company and created a new model, which includes Examiner.com. Wikipedia describes Examiner.com this way: “a news site based in Denver, Colorado that allows local citizen journalists to share their city-based knowledge on a blog-like platform, in over 60 cities in the United States.”

Last week a Detroit resident named Dave Gibson did just that, for an affiliate called Norfolk Crime Examiner. Only his investigation went far beyond the limits of the Detroit area, given that the crime he covered affects all of America, not to mention the rest of the globe. He is to be commended, as is the Examiner company whose agenda-free model allows real critical thinking to flourish. His piece is called “The press allowed Bill Clinton to commit war crimes against the people of Serbia.” If the press — left-leaning and right-leaning — allowed Bill Clinton to get away with it, just imagine what they’ll allow Barack Obama to soon do to the Serbs — always a convenient and risk-free target for a U.S. president to cut his foreign policy teeth on, then claim a success while advancing jihad in the Balkans. To great applause.

The Press Allowed Bill Clinton to Commit War Crimes Against the People of Serbia (June 23)

The March 11, 2006 death of former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic while in U.N. custody at The Hague was the tragic end to an unjust war and prosecution. The U.N. war crimes tribunal had tried unsuccessfully for four years to convict Milosevic.

Since 2004, the health of the former Yugoslavian President had been in decline. For several months before his death, Milosevic claimed that he was being poisoned and requested a trip to Russia for medical treatment. Of course, all requests were denied by the U.N.

A January blood test given to Milosevic showed traces of the rarely used antibiotic rifampicin. The drug is used to treat leprosy and is known to severely counteract the effects of other medications. Milosevic took daily pills for both heart disease and hypertension. The results of the test were not revealed to Milosevic until a few days before his death.

The day before the Serbian President was found dead in his cell, he wrote a letter to the Russian foreign ministry in which he expressed concerns that he was being poisoned. Milosevic family attorneys have released the letter. Milosevic wrote: “I think that the persistence with which medical treatment in Russia was denied in the first place is motivated by the fear that through careful examination it would be discovered that there were active, willful steps taken to destroy my health throughout the proceedings of the trial, which could not be hidden from the Russian specialists. Those who foist on me a drug against leprosy surely can’t treat my illness; likewise, those against whom I defended my country in times of war and who have an interest to silence me.”

Famed Russian heart surgeon Dr. Leo Bokeria has expressed concerns over the treatment Milosevic received while in custody at The Hague, and maintains that his fatal heart could have been easily prevented.

Shortly before Milosevic was found dead, The Associated Press reported that an unidentified tribunal official said he was told by the prison warden (Timothy McFadden) that he could no longer guarantee the health of the former Yugoslavian leader. McFadden now refuses any comment on the matter.

Milosevic was actually the sixth Serbian being held at The Hague to die while being tried for war crimes.

While it may eventually be proven that the Dutch doctors attending to Milosevic are guilty of murder, the Clinton administration and the corrupt U.N. are the ones who should have been tried for war crimes. In 1999, the Clinton administration orchestrated a war against the sovereign nation of Serbia. Clinton justified his actions, by making claims of “genocide” and “mass graves” against the Serbian government. Those claims have since been proven to be unfounded.

The Clinton administration claimed that the Serbs were engaged in ethnic cleansing and announced that Milosevic had murdered more than 100,000 innocent people. In reality, less than 3,000 bodies have been recovered since 1999. Around 500 of those are believed to be KLA fighters, and many of the rest were more than likely killed in the daily U.S. led bombing raids.

In fact, in February 2007, the International Court of Justice formally cleared Serbia of any charges of genocide. Of course, the decision came a year too late for Milosevic.

President Clinton actually placed our military side-by-side with terrorists. The Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) was [supplemented by] mercenaries and foreign nationals mostly from Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Afghanistan.

In Feb. of 1999, Sen. Bob Smith (R-NH) said: “We are in essence becoming the Air Force for the KLA.”

Serbia did not pose any threat to the U.S. and the actions taken by Milosevic were an internal security matter. The Serbian military was fighting against [the] Muslim KLA. However, the liberal media never once questioned Clinton’s motives nor do they to this day.

Bill Clinton convinced NATO to join in the fight against the people of Serbia. In doing so, NATO actually violated the terms of their own charter. Not one NATO member nation had been attacked by Serbia, yet most of them sent troops to march on that country. The United States was attacked on 9/11, yet NATO is now nowhere to be found.

The air-war which was directed by Gen. Wesley Clark, targeted civilians. Under Clark’s orders, U.S. warplanes bombed schools, hospitals, churches, office buildings, and private homes. They even bombed a nature park! In Belgrade, all three bridges which spanned the Danube were destroyed. They knocked out power and water to the Serbs. The bombing went on for 79 days.

While the U.S. was criticized for continuing operations in Iraq during the Muslim holy period of Ramadan, [not] a word of dissent was heard, when Clinton bombed the Serbs on Easter Sunday!

A fair comparison could be made between Gen. Wesley Clark and Reichsmarshall Hermann Goering. Both conducted bombing campaigns against nations which posed no threat, and both specifically targeted civilians. Both are in fact, war criminals. However, while Goering was sentenced to death by an international tribunal for his crimes[,] Wesley Clark became a presidential candidate for the Democratic Party. It appears that for Goering — his timing was simply off!

Just as the press never questioned Clinton’s attacks on Serbian civilians, they sat back and accepted as gospel, every word uttered by NATO spokesman Jamie Shea.

Among Shea’s many tall tales, during a May 1999 press conference, he announced that 100,000 babies had been born in the refugee camps (supposedly filled with people running away from Milosevic and not Clinton’s bombing). Which was an outright lie. All five of the camps held less than 80,000 people combined, and less than 30,000 were adult women. However, the Clinton-adoring press never questioned this ridiculous statement.

So what was accomplished by Clinton’s war crimes against the people of Serbia?

Since 1999, the Muslim terrorists of the KLA have demolished 100 Serbian churches in Kosovo and displaced 250,000 Serbs. These atrocities could not have been accomplished without the help of Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright, and Gen. Wesley Clark. Because of their actions, Kosovo is now a haven for Muslim terrorists and the main distribution point for the world’s opium trade.

The U.S. led wa[r] against the people of Serbia was a crime for which Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright, and Gen. Wesley Clark should stand trial. However, do not expect the corrupt U.N. nor the left-wing press to ever hold them accountable.

We now have a press more concerned with the sex lives of reality TV stars John and Kate Gosselin, than with the motivations behind an unprovoked wa[r] of aggression which left a sovereign nation in ruins, a head of state dead under mysterious circumstances, and that nation’s capital controlled by Muslim terrorists and international drug dealers.

“Prime Minister” Hashim Thaci, we know about. But there’s also this from December:

Ramush Haradinaj involved in body organs trafficking

Spokesman of Serbia Prosecution for war crimes Bruno Vekaric said yesterday that claims over body organs trafficking and execution of people in the north of Albania shall be investigated since as early as today there are sufficient proofs for a serious investigation.

In his televised interview with ‘Palma Plus’ television, he implied involvement of some KLA leaders.

‘Agim Ceku and Hashim Thaci are not mentioned in this story, but Ramush Haradinaj is deeply involved. The prosecution came in possession of some accounts relating to him or his family’, Vekaric said.

Spokesman of the Prosecution for war crimes said that ‘it is important to give partial satisfaction to the families of abducted and missing Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija and try to recover bodies of their dearest ones killed in the northern Albania’.

‘That is the first step. The second one is search for individuals responsible for those monstrous crime’, Vekaric said.

From IslamOnline in November:

Kosovo Independence Hajj: Despite a harsh economic situation, hundreds of Kosovars are keen on performing hajj this year.

PRISTINA — This year’s hajj will have a special taste for hundreds of Kosovars embarking on the soul-searching spiritual journey.

Unlike in previous years, Kosovars travelling for Saudi Arabia will be carrying the passports of their newly independent country, Europe’s newborn.

“People are very enthusiastic to embark on hajj this year with the new passport,” Mohammed Al-Arnaout, a Kosovar, told IslamOnline.net.

The dark blue travel document features the coat of arms of the Republic of Kosovo in the middle of its cover page.

“The new passport has given them identity.”

Despite the harsh economic situation in the newly-born country, hundreds of people are keen on performing hajj this year.

A second patch of 350 Kosovar pilgrims left Pristina airport on Tuesday, November 25. Some 180 pilgrims flew to Saudi Arabia earlier in the week.

Saudi Arabia, which has not yet recognized the independence of Kosovo, is treating the new passport as a valid travel document. [Saudi Arabia has since recognized Kosovo.]

However, the new passports may bring some Kosovar pilgrims a bittersweet feeling.

They allow citizens to travel only to and/or though countries that recognize independent Kosovo.

Therefore, the dark blue document may [spell] troubles to 160 Kosovar pilgrims travelling by land.

The pilgrims fear they may end up stranded at the borders of Syria and Jordan, which do not recognize Kosovo.

The United Arab Emirates remains the only Arab country that has so far recognized Kosovo. [Bahrain has since recognized as well.]

The government and the people of Kosovo have repeatedly appealed to Arab and Muslim countries to recognize their state, where Muslim Albanians make up more than 95 percent of the two-million population.

No sooner do we read what happened than we’re fed a mouthful of “the Serbs made him do it”:

Moncton teen gets 18 months for shooting during dispute over stolen bike

The Canadian Press | Amherst Daily News | June 24, 2009

MONCTON — A Moncton couple was looking for answers about their son’s stolen bicycle when they knocked on a door in their neighbourhood.

Instead, they found themselves staring down the barrel of a sawed-off rifle and fleeing for their safety as a shot was fired.

CUE MUSIC:

The gunman was a 22-year-old man who grew up in Bosnia and Kosovo during war time and saw terrible things happen before escaping with his family to Canada in 2000.

“He witnessed atrocities during the war we can’t begin to imagine,” defence lawyer Tracy Bock told a judge Tuesday, adding it was common for young teenaged boys in Kosovo to arm themselves to protect their family. [Hmm, funny how there are virtually no Serbs left in Kosovo yet every fifth Kosovo student is armed.]

Sanell Gutic was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months in jail for his actions on May 22, 2008. He earlier pleaded guilty to uttering threats, assault with a weapon, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and possession of a firearm without a licence.

Crown prosecutor Michel O. LeBlanc told the court the incident originated the previous day when Derek and Jaimie Bulmer’s son had his bicycle stolen. On May 22, they saw another child riding what appeared to be the bike and they asked him where he got it. He pointed them to a residence and said he got it out of the backyard.

The couple knocked on the door of the home and a teenager answered. When they told him why they were there, the teen got upset, claiming they were calling him a thief.

“I’m going to get a gun and shoot you,” he said.

LeBlanc said the couple told him they just wanted information about what happened to the bike, but the teen pulled a knife.

The Crown said Derek Bulmer went to his car and was on his way back to the house with a baseball bat when Gutic came out of the house with a sawed-off .22-calibre rifle. The Crown, reading from the statement the couple gave police, said they ran towards the car.

“His gun got stuck or something and it gave us an extra couple of seconds,” LeBlanc read. “As he shot the gun, we sped away.”

LeBlanc said the Bulmers told police they heard a shot fired, but the vehicle wasn’t hit.

LeBlanc, pointing out Gutic was awaiting trial on an assault charge at the time of the incident, asked for two years in prison.

Bock told the court his client has had a difficult life, both in Bosnia and in Moncton. Gutic is the oldest of four boys and he and his family fled Bosnia during the war in the 1990s.

“They feared for their lives,” said the lawyer. “The family spent time hiding in the forest, in a hole in the ground.” [Hmm, that forest bit sounds familiar.]

They eventually came to Canada and became permanent residents. The parents eventually separated, ending a relationship plagued by domestic violence. [Gee, that’s not typical for Bosnian, Albanian or Muslim folks, is it?]

Bock said it was tough for Gutic to adapt to life here, especially since he spoke little English. [He only knew how to say, “I’m going to get a gun and shoot you.”] The family also endured harassment and hostility from a group of skinheads in their neighbourhood because of their ethnicity, a claim the Crown did not dispute.

You’ve gotta love it. A nice North American couple thinking they can just knock on a door to settle a dispute about a bicycle — not realizing that the Balkans have been happily imported into their neighborhoods. We’re not in Kansas anymore, North America.

Coming soon:

“I cheated on my husband.”

“Why?”

“I was affected by the carnage of wartorn Bosnia. All those disconnected body parts strewn about. Not really knowing which parts belonged to whom…”

“And you say now that your husband is trying to kill you?”

“Yes.”

“Why would he go that far?”

“He was very much affected by the violence of wartorn Bosnia.”

Right now it sounds like a far-fetched joke. But give it 14 months.

Just wanted to highlight a rare case of someone actually having to do prison time for Serb-torture. This Bosnian was probably stunned beyond belief. The item is from last year and comes from Norway, which can try people for war crimes committed in other countries:

Sentenced to 5 Yrs in Prison for Crimes in Bosnia

Mirsad Repak lives with his family in Norway. He has been convicted of crimes against Serb civilians.

Bosnian Muslim Mirsad Repak, 42, was sentenced to five years in prison in Oslo for war crimes against Serb civilians during the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1992.

Repak moved to Norway with his family in 1993 and became a naturalised Norwegian in 2001.

He has been convicted on 11 counts of imprisonment and one count of violence against Serb civilians.

The court, however, acquitted him of charges of torture and rape due to lack of evidence. He will have to pay more than 44,300 euros in damages to victims.

The prosecution moved for a sentence of 10 years and 650,000 euros of damages, while the defence moved for acquittal.

This was the first war crimes trial held in Norway since World War Two.

Unlike, literally, every other politician in America, a real man is running for office. His name is Jesse Petrilla and he is running for City Council of Rancho Santa Margarita. Serbian and other Balkans-savvy readers will be interested to know that he specifically sought out a Serbian fiance, because Petrilla also happens to be one of the only non-Serb Americans who knows the score in the Balkans. Witness his 2007 piece “My Trip to Kosovo and Bosnia.”

Jesse needs our help and TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

I got the following note from his campaign on Tuesday:

It’s a race! The first filing period for contributions ends in only fourteen days on June 30th. Please help me launch my campaign for the City Council of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA with as much momentum as possible with your generous contribution. I am so grateful and humbled by the amount of support the campaign has received so far, raising over 17k, and I thank you for being so kind. This is the final push before the end of this period. We’ve already set our goal for the end of the year, 30k, and need your generous support to help us reach it in order to attain victory.

Regardless of where you live, you’ll be supporting a strong grassroots conservative who will fight to protect and advance conservative values.

You may also send a check payable to:

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That’s the important part. But just as a point of interest: Petrilla is also an anti-Jihad entrepreneur. He has released a video game called “Durka 3D: The Fall of Ahmadinejad“. Reports Jesse:

Becoming a smash hit video game, Durka 3D: The Fall of Ahmadinejad is gaining quite a following since the phony elections were held in Iran. The game has now been marked down to five bucks in order to spread as many copies around the globe as possible. Hate mail, and letters of support have spewed into the Durka mailbox.

Shortly after launching the Facebook fan page for Durka 3D, the Iranian government banned Facebook throughout the country. Coincidence?

I mentioned Jesse and the United American Committee which he founded before, if you recall, in a post titled “Watch Out for Steel Balls on the Highway.”

While the gay community is good at dishing it out, apparently it can’t take any ribbing back.

About a photo shown in the upcoming Bruno movie of a baby sitting in a hot tub where two men are having sex (only two?), GLAAD senior director Rashad Robinson said, "As someone who sat at the back of a focus group audience outside of Los Angeles, I felt they were laughing at us at times."

God forbid gays should be comedy targets like the rest of us! Geez, you’d think if anyone should be OK with being the BUTT of the joke…

I mean, you’d think that if there’s anyone who wouldn’t be tight-assed about comedy…it’s gay people.

Srdja Trifkovic sent in the following:

Take a deep breath and a large whisky.

Think you’ve seen it all? Now there is a pro-KLA musical by a former law school dean (Chicago Kent) and former Clintonite who spent a little time in Kosovo and uses his position to state that the Serbs are the “cancer” of Europe… and gets friendly reviews and a politely sympathetic article in the ABA Journal. Incredible!

As another tipster on this, named Diana, wrote: “Don’t miss the seven-minute youtube [video]. It provides a rare authentic taste of the American view of the world that brought us the Kosovo war… and other tragic farces. I am speechless.”

Ex-Law School Dean Spins Kosovo Experience Into Rock Opera


As ludicrous as the concept is, there seemed always something inevitable about a Serb-killing musical, didn’t there? Here is an interview with the senile old fool who thought of this. The news clip opens with the song “Shoot Them All”:


Check out his reference to the “mostly Christian KLA.” That’s almost like saying “the mostly caucasian Vietcong.” (And yes, “Miss Saigon” was his inspiration for this.)

Hey, Israel-watchers — if you liked the play about Rachel Corrie, you’ll LOVE the musical about the KLA. In fact, the concept is only a few rungs beneath the sequel to Corrie — “Hamas: The Musical!” — given that Hamas is actually more moderate than the KLA.

I know he’s not dead yet, but like so many newspapers which compose obituaries years in advance of a major figure’s death — just to be ready — I’ve been sitting on this one for a while. And I just couldn’t wait anymore. I also figured it’s best to publish now since it’s wrong to speak ill of the dead.

On the other hand, from the looks of it, Carter might never die. So just in case he never dies, I didn’t want this eulogy to go unseen. Please note that any proper tribute to Carter must necessarily come in the form of a poem. Being a big fan of poetry, when Carter was a member of Georgia’s state legislature, he and the other Democrats would sit around the capitol building analyzing Bob Dylan songs. And recall this past January how actress Renee Zellweger gushed, “I have a crush on Jimmy Carter. I admit it. He has an extraordinary mind. He’s an exceptional human being. And he writes poetry, for crying out loud. He’s all good things.”

Including a Jew-killing enabler. She even stood in line for 2.5 hours in freezing temperature so he could sign her copy of his latest volume of The Protocols.

And so herewith, my poetic eulogy in honor of a hero to Muslims and Nazis alike, Jimmy Carter:

O Jimmy Carter,
Upon this world were you a farter.
Things were tough enough, and you made them harder,
Relations with Iran, never sweet, you made them tarter.
Did you know you’d be such a fire-starter?

You thought yourself a uniter, instead you were a parter,
For jihad were you a happy martyr.
And when, despite the words in his own Charter,
You nonetheless slipped off Arafat’s garter,
With the Devil did this “Christian” barter.
In the end, even the Dumb Jews from you did finally departer.

You think you’re going to Heaven, but God is smarter,
For Hell will make you a fire-darter.

In closing, since Carter’s favorite things to do were building houses for poor people and helping Arabic people kill Jewish people, to honor him I think Habitat for Humanity should build his wife Rosalynn a house in Gaza.

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