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LC readerjp sends us a few links regarding the anti-Semites in Foggy Bottom, demonstrating just how far up the Paleswinians’ asses their tongues are.

The U.S. State Department’s annual human rights report cites allegations that Israel tortured Palestinian prisoners.

The Israeli government “generally respected the human rights of its citizens,” the report says in its introduction. “However, there were problems in some areas, including serious abuses by some members of the security forces against Palestinian detainees.”

The report cites nongovernmental organizations in making its claims.

And we all know how trustworthy and objective those ‘NGOs’ are, don’t we? Like, say, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights who insist on referring to Paleswinian terrorists blowing up women and children as “activists” or “members of the resistance”. Or maybe Physicians for Human Rights who, upon learning about Paleswinians using a 10-year-old child to carry explosives into Israel, immediately rushed to condemn “the Israeli Occupation for using the incident in their propaganda.”

We don’t know, but what we do know is that if there’s an NGO out there not filled with endless sympathy for terrorists that Foggy Bottom could have used as a source for their slander, then we haven’t heard of it.

We also notice the lack (and when we say “lack”, we mean “total absence”) of condemnations from Foggy Bottom regarding the abuses of Israeli civilians at the hands of those po’ oppressed Paleoswinians. Abuses in the form of explosions and executions of pregnant women and their daughters. But they’re only Jooos, so why would the striped pants of the State Dept care about them?

In other news,

The U.S. State Department rejected a report that U.S. scholarship funds went to terrorists. Sean McCormack, the State Department spokesman, suggested the article in the conservative Washington Times reporting that scholarships had gone to students studying at Hamas institutions had misrepresented some of the principals in the program.

“Both the universities mentioned in the article, the Islamic University of Gaza and Al-Quds University, my understanding is that these are independent universities and it would be incorrect to characterize them as Hamas-controlled,” he said Monday.

You mean this Islamic University of Gaza? No, no Hamas control there, move along now. And yes, we know that that article wasn’t written by a pro-Paleosimian NGO and thus completely unreliable by Foggy Bottom standards, but still.

Nothing to see here, folks, better to rely on Sean McCormack of Foggy Bottom’s “understanding.”

And finally, just to illustrate the level of “understanding” and flawless sources used by Foggy Bottom, not to mention their tireless crusade to make the world a better place, we have this:

The U.S. State Department listed Borat as the victim of human rights abuses in Kazakhstan.

On Wednesday, the State Department released its annual report on human rights abuses and included the fictional Kazakh journalist created by Jewish comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. Borat was featured in Cohen’s recent satirical film “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.”

Kazakhstan, which originally cited concerns regarding the anti-Semitic, misogynistic character, deemed Cohen’s Kazakh Web site offensive and closed it down in 2005, the U.S. report said. Cohen moved the site to a domain not controlled by the Kazakh government, www.borat.tv.

It’s quite comforting to learn that, while they are deliberately sticking their fingers in their ears and singing “lalalalalalala!” to avoid hearing about their friends in Paleswine’s decades old terror campaign against Israeli civilians, the State Dept. still manage to find the time to protect the human rights of a fictional movie character.

In other news, the State Dept. is looking into the whereabouts of a U.S. national working for FedEx who allegedly disappeared somewhere over the Pacific. State Dept. spokes-ape, Sean McCormack, suspects Joooish involvement in his disappearance.

Useless, bureaucrappic twits.

4 Responses to “Great Moments in Foggy Bottom Asshattery”
  1. hitnrun Comment by hitnrun

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    You mean this Islamic University of Gaza? No, no Hamas control there, move along now.

    Is your university located in the Middle East?
    You have answered YES.
    Is your university located in Israel or U.S. Occupied Territories?
    You have answered NO.
    Based on your answers, our complex algorithm detects that your university SUPPORTS TERROR.

  2. MegaTroopX Comment by MegaTroopX

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    Thus proving once again that, with friends like U.S., Israel doesn’t need enemies.

  3. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    Or maybe Physicians for Human Rights who, upon learning about Paleswinians using a 10-year-old child to carry explosives into Israel, immediately rushed to condemn “the Israeli Occupation for using the incident in their propaganda.”

    Yeah, that sounds about right. This kind of thinking embodies one of the many reasons I did not pursue a career in politics.

  4. LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR Comment by LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR

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    Did you ever notice this?

    Sean McCormack, the State Department spokesman,

    Seems like Sean is the designated, pin-striper for outrageous, slanderous/treasonous foggy-bottom spewage.

    He must a) Really enjoy his job or B) Really pissed off higher-higher.