The title of this article is identical to that used in an article written by Jerusalem Post analyst Caroline Glick on June 21, 2005, the month before the expulsion of 8,000 Jews from Gaza, under the treacherous premiership of Ariel Sharon, which I have documented more than once elsewhere.
The title of Ms. Glick’s candid and courageous article reminds me of a fatuous and feckless speech delivered four days later by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. On June 9, 2005, Olmert, who was then Israel’s Vice Prime Minister, told a New York audience, “We are tired of being courageous.”
A coward for a Prime Minister…
Olmert’s idiotic self-incrimination reveals more than meets the eye. His inane self-abasement signifies that he and his timorous political colleagues want to surrender more swaths of the Holy Land to the Arabs by via the groveling and “peresitic” policy of “territory for peace.” The trouble is that the Arabs, unlike Israel’s fear-driven Jewish leaders, despise peace, and are willing to fight and die, and go on fighting and dying, to achieve their ultimate objective, Israel’s annihilation.
That, in short, is the story of Israel’s spineless leaders and their mendacious peace policy.
The same timidity and mendacity are evident in Europe and herald the conquest of that continent by Islam. Meanwhile, the same cringing and lying is manifested in Washington, and advances Islam’s unconcealed objective, the downfall of America.
…and a coward for a President
America’s demise has been the transparent goal of Barack Obama, who struts on the political stage with nose in the air, and without a single American Senator or Congressman to stand up, call him a traitor, and demand the removal of this scoundrel and self-professed Muslim from office.
Pathetically, neither in America nor in Israel is there a single political personality with courage enough to tell the truth about their common enemy, Islam – not a word about Islam’s relentless theological ambition to rule the world. None dares reveal the bloody history of Islamic imperialism, a history that began with the Mohammed in the seventh century, a history that has resulted in the slaughter of an estimated 240 million Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians, Buddhists, Hindus, and other “infidels.”
Europe, thy name is Cowardice. Is this also to be said of America, “the land of the free and the home of the brave”? America, have you, too, become tired of being courageous? Have your leaders become degenerate like Ehud Olmert?
If your President is a coward, if he and his accomplices lack the courage to put an end to the murderous crimes Islam has inflicted on mankind, if he trembles in fear of a timid world that never denounces these crimes against humanity, then I say: “Rise up America, rise up and rid the Land of your cowardly government!
And Israel, have you, too, become a black hole from which truth and freedom can no longer stream forth and inspire mankind? Have you abandoned the message of Sinai and of your prophets?
Rise up, O Israel, and put an end to the two-decade-long Oslo “peace process” that has resulted in the murder and maiming of tens of thousands of Jewish men, women, and children, and that has made your name a byword of folly and fecklessness.◙
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