Rachel Corrie’s parents knew exactly what they were doing when they chose Hussein Abu Hussein to represent them and their case. They chose a radical who says, “Israel is a “giant monster… we all want to step on its head, but talking is not enough” and “Nazi Germany was a state based on the rule of law… for a short while… the State of Israel was founded from the start on robbery and theft.”
The truth about Rachel Corrie and her family and her supporters is that they are extremists. They are not interested in justice. All they care about is continuing the struggle to destroy the Jewish State that Rachel Corrie enlisted in.
ISM has often been abbreviated as “I Support Murderers”. Rachel Corrie’s accidental death aiding terrorists made her a martyr to be exploited by those who support terrorists.
As bad as Hussein Abu Hussein and Rachel Corrie are, it speaks volumes about the Obama Administration’s priorities that Dan Shapiro, Obama’s ambassador to Israel, has agitated on their behalf and condemned Israel. It also speaks volumes about the Democratic Party’s support for Israel.
The Corrie extremism isn’t just limited to a deceased ISM member or her extremist lawyer, it goes all the way up to John Kerry who insisted during Shapiro’s Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing that he stay on the Corrie case. And it goes all the way up to Obama who has shown a consistent disrespect for Israeli sovereignty. It’s a short step from Hussein Abu Hussein to Barack Hussein Obama.
10 people were wounded in shootings across Chicago last night. 28 more have been wounded. Over the weekend, 9 people were killed in Chicago and 37 were wounded.
More Americans were shot this weekend in Chicago than in Afghanistan. That makes Obama’s hometown an official war zone. Hurricane Isaac has not killed any Americans. The same can’t be said for Hurricane Chicago.
The media’s attacks on Republicans for celebrating while “black people are dying” should be pointed right back at Obama, who has gone on partying and campaigning while black people have gone on dying in his own hometown.
Kayne West declared after Katrina that “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” The media is pushing the same angle, contrasting Haitian deaths with the Republican National Convention to brand the GOP as heartless. But as of June, more people were killed this year in Chicago, than in Afghanistan. Does Obama care about black people?
August was the deadliest month of the year in Chicago. Obama has found the time to discuss his sports picks and to give interviews to Glamour Magazine. But where are the statements from the White House about the killing fields in Chicago?
When more people are killed in Chicago while the Democratic National Convention gets under way, will the media notice that the Democrats are celebrating while black people are dying?