February 16, 2009

Saint Bibi Finally Gets to Play God

Posted in Israeli elections, Netanyahu, Obama tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , at 11:43 pm by Edna

saints-obama-and-bibiSaints Bibi and Obama cc Edna Spennato 2008.

Photomontage made on 22 Nov 2008

Published at these links: Window Into Palestine, Uprooted Palestinians, Ziopedia, Kenny’s Sideshow here and here, Auntie Ziona.

As ludicrous as it may have seemed for the ultra-hawkish Bibi, the man who described the 9-11 twin tower attacks as “very good”, to attempt to emulate the messianic persona put out by the Obama propaganda machine,  Natanyahu’s election website and his entire campaign was an imitation of Barky’s, down to even hiring two of Obama’s election campaign staff, Josh Isay and Bill Knapp .

Kadima gained one seat more than Likud’s 27 seats, due to the fact that in Israel Occupied Palestine, most of the voting public doesn’t choose its leaders based upon promised miracles and good deeds, not even given the assurance that the candidate can walk on water, given enough time and votes.

The voters in Israel Occupied Palestine want more than promises.  They expect to see the actual bodies, hence the higher number of votes scored by Livni for her undeniable achievements in certain crucial categories, including:

1. number of recently accumulated Palestinian cadavers, preferably civilian, with a proportion of at least one third small children

2. number of amputations

3. number of orphans, widows and severely wounded

4. number of destroyed homes, hospitals, schools, playgrounds and UN buildings

5. number of new cholera cases

6. number of newly created refugees

7. and last but not least of course, the ability to hobnob at EU dinner parties with other mass murderers

However, with the support of Avigdor “Kingmaker” Lieberman’s  party forming a right-wing coalition with Likud, Bibi has managed to become Israel’s new PM, and the world now grits its teeth in anticipation of even worse atrocities than those committed by the previous gang of war criminals.

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