December 13, 2016 SnyderTalk—Prime Minister Netanyahu: A Touch of Class

“Yahweh has established His throne in heaven, and His kingdom rules over all.” (Psalm 103: 19)



Prime Minister Netanyahu: A Touch of Class

The Algemeiner ran an article titled “Netanyahu: I Stood Up Against Iran Deal Because It Endangers Israel, Not Due to Lack of ‘Personal Chemistry’ With Obama“.  It opened with this:

The chilly ties between the leaders of the US and Israeli governments did not drive the Jewish state’s fierce opposition to the nuclear deal reached last year between Iran and six world powers, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in remarks to be aired on CBS’s “60 Minutes” program on Sunday.

“Yes, we had differences of opinion — I had differences of opinion with President [Barack] Obama, most well known, of course, is Iran,” Netanyahu told CBS’s Lesley Stahl. “Suppose we had the greatest of personal chemistry. You think I wouldn’t stand up against the Iran deal if I thought, as I did, that it endangers the existence of Israel? Of course I would.”

Referring to President-elect Donald Trump, Netanyahu said, “I know him very well. And I think his attitude, his support for Israel is very clear. He feels very warmly about the Jewish state, about the Jewish people and about Jewish people. There’s no question about that.”

In the closing days of Obama’s presidency, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has shown more class than Barack Obama can fathom.  When the prime minister was Obama’s guest in the White House, our president treated him as rudely as anyone ever has been treated.  The prime minister was told brusquely to stay put while Obama shared a meal with his family.

The fact that Prime Minister Netanyahu did not attribute that personal insult to ill will on Obama’s part demonstrates magnanimity, class, and character that our president doesn’t possess or understand.  Obama is a smug, small man who resorts to bullying to get his way when the facts don’t support his conclusions.  The Israeli prime minister was his victim that day and on several other occasions.

The apostle Paul said, “If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him a drink. For in so doing, you will heap burning coals on his head.”

I doubt that the prime minister had that thought in mind.  Even so, it’s true.  Neither Israel nor Prime Minister Netanyahu were enemies of the U.S. or Obama.  Our countries were and are friends, but Obama treated both Israel and the prime minister like they were the dirt beneath his feet.  The prime minister’s gracious acceptance of multiple insults from Obama will haunt our president for all eternity.

The Iran nuclear deal that Hillary took credit for making possible, Obama took create for signing, and Kerry took credit for negotiating put all of Israel a risk—the risk of nuclear attack by a sworn enemy that has vowed to annihilate them.  That’s not what friends do.  For standing his ground and letting the American people know the truth about the Iran nuclear deal, the prime minister was treated poorly yet again by Obama.

Obama doesn’t think straight.  His perspectives on most issues are warped.  For example, Obama “justice” isn’t justice at all.  The Ferguson, Missouri incident is a case in point.  A police officer doing his duty under difficult circumstances was treated as guilty by our president before the case was investigated.  Obama couldn’t resist the temptation to spout out his personal predilections before the facts were gathered.  The police officer suffered greatly as a result, and the culprit was portrayed by Obama as a heroic victim.  It was a typical Obama kneejerk reaction for which he became infamous.

Obama never treated Israel fairly.  In his twisted world, Israel is an aggressive occupier, and Palestinians are victims.  Nothing could be further from the truth, but that never registered with Obama.  To him, his opinions mean more than facts.  After 8 years of watching him in action, I believe that facts mean nothing to Obama, or Hillary or Kerry for that matter.

Obama’s pride and arrogance won’t permit him to apologize to Prime Minister Netanyahu.  My apology to him for the mistreatment he received at the hands of our president is not a good substitute, but that’s all I have to offer.

Prime Minister Netanyahu, I am truly sorry for the deplorable treatment you received from our disgraceful president.  I think, hope, and pray that President Trump will be a breath of fresh air.

Yahweh is the Supreme Sovereign.  In due course, He will settle the score once and for all.  Stated another way, I think Obama is in serious trouble.

At the beginning of the Exodus, Pharaoh had the opportunity to do the right thing, but he refused.  After several refusals, Yahweh hardened Pharaoh’s heart so that he could not do the right thing.  I think that’s where Obama, Hillary, and Kerry are today.  They won’t be allowed to do the right thing.

There is a penalty for that.  It’s frightening and eternal.

I’m not putting myself in Yahweh’s place.  I’m just telling you what I think.

By the way, Obama, Clinton, and Kerry are the heart and soul of the Democrat Party.  I believe the Democrat Party as it is today is just as dangerous for the United States as the Nazi Party was for Germany prior to World War II.



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