Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Pres Jimmy Carter Confirms *ISRAEL HAS 150 NUCLEAR WEAPONS!


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting! Would he say that if were not true?
How does ex Pres Carter know this ?
He was in office from 1977 to 1881.A long time ago.

Anonymous said...

SMH = Shaking My Head.
Don't you follow the news? Didn't you look at the video. Carter just got back from the Middle East.

Anonymous said...

Oh i'm sorry, not watched the T.V.or read a news paper today. American ex presidents are not such big news items in other countries.:(
I thought it was an old footage.My mistake :)

Anonymous said...

Has Isreal nuked any body with them yet?Have they even threaten any body with them.Me I think we all should set off the nukes thee is and kill as many paople as we can . Then Al Gores global warmimhg would end. I w even came up with a root:
Nuke this lanet, nuke this planet nuke this planet now .Cause we won't have no clean air till we kill of every cow.
Haven't you all been watching Jimmy Cater is nuts

Art L aka Wolfdancer said...

I wanna Be Nuts Like Jimmy Carter.

One of Carter's most important accomplishments as President were the Camp David Accords, finalized on September 17, 1978. The accords were a peace agreement between Israel and Egypt negotiated by President Carter, which followed up on earlier negotiations conducted in the Middle East. In these negotiations King Hassan II of Morocco acted as a negotiator between Arab interests and Israel, and Nicolae Ceau┼čescu of Romania acted as go-between for Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO, the unofficial representative of the Palestinian people). Once initial negotiations had been completed, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat approached Carter for assistance. Carter then invited Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Sadat to Camp David to continue the negotiations. The Camp David Accords produced two frameworks for peace between Egypt and Israel, and a peace treaty was signed on March 26, 1979.

Carter's expressed goal has always been to make government "competent and compassionate." He has been involved in a variety of national and international public policy, conflict resolution, human rights and charitable causes. He established the Carter Center in 1982 in Atlanta to advance human rights and alleviate unnecessary human suffering. The center promotes democracy, mediates and prevents conflicts, and monitors the electoral process in support of free and fair elections. The center also works to improve global health through the control and eradication of diseases such as Guinea worm disease, malaria, trachoma, lymphatic filariasis, and schistosomiasis.

In addition, President Carter is a recipient of the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism.

On June 18, 2007, Carter, accompanied by his wife, arrived in Dublin, Ireland for talks with President Mary McAleese and Taoiseach Bertie Ahern concerning human rights. On June 19, Carter attended and spoke at the annual Human Rights Forum at Croke Park. An agreement between Irish Aid and the Carter Center was also signed on this day.

After leaving office, Carter founded an institute to promote global health, democracy and human rights. He has traveled extensively to conduct peace negotiations and establish relief efforts; he is also a key figure in the Habitat for Humanity project. As of 2008, he is the earliest-serving living president and the second-oldest. Carter remains a relevant national figure today, and has been especially vocal on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Among the honors Carter has received are the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1999 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.

"Hey Ypu" #5,#13,and 24Th said...

Even If you and I tried to hold back the future we could not."The universe is unfolding just as it should",Lets hope world peace will become a reality in our life times.

Anonymous said...

Me too but PTSD got me first

Anonymous said...

Yes world peace would be wonderful!

Anonymous said...

RT,

I wanna Be Nuts Like Jimmy Carter too.

The comment you posted about him was very instructive. He is truly a national (and world-wide) treasure.

Too bad that "hey ypu" #5,#13,and 24th either CAN'T READ or WON'T READ what you post. That might have something to do with why his comments are always so out there. He seems to think that world peace will come from killing all those who disagree with us. ??? Where's the logic?

C

Anonymous said...

I think this is getting a little out of hand!Comment about the blog yes! But to insult someone that has a different point of view. Now that is wrong!
That is not what he is saying, at all! What he is saying is ,there will alway be war as long as there are terrorists.Where is the Logic in saying someone , Quote "CAN'T READ."
DD.