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7.49 P.M. Likud is attempting to minimize Yesh Atid's apparent success. "We've sent our volunteers to tell floating voters that voting for Lapid will strengthen the center-left bloc and weaken Netanyahu," said Minister Gilad Erdan.




[link to www.haaretz.com]
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It's curious that you're quoting a germany-owned, Bibi-loathing, far-leftie rag like 'Hahaha-aretz'.

Same newspaper whose former editor Levy pretty much admitted that the paper-wide agenda was against Israeli presence in South Lebanon not becauuse of strategic or economic concenrs, only purely because of ideological reasons & because the elite's kids would be in danger of serving patrols.

Same paper that just yesterday REFUSED to report on the news that new, ground-breaking upgrade of Iron Dome has been tested in Central Israel ----> presumably out of fear that it will be seen as another succuess in Netanyahu's "belt".

All other newspapers, including Yediot Ahronot, Jerusalem Post, Maariv, Israel Hayom, Arutz Sheva reported it right away instead of waiting a day.
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i comment on a similar comment in the israeli election is today thread.

i get it -- you're not a fan of haaretz
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More and more leaks are saying Yesh Atid will be the 2nd largest party. No poll can be accurate until polls close, but those are the rumors

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7.49 P.M. Likud is attempting to minimize Yesh Atid's apparent success. "We've sent our volunteers to tell floating voters that voting for Lapid will strengthen the center-left bloc and weaken Netanyahu," said Minister Gilad Erdan.




[link to www.haaretz.com]
 Quoting: Swinburnian


It's curious that you're quoting a germany-owned, Bibi-loathing, far-leftie rag like 'Hahaha-aretz'.

Same newspaper whose former editor Levy pretty much admitted that the paper-wide agenda was against Israeli presence in South Lebanon not becauuse of strategic or economic concenrs, only purely because of ideological reasons & because the elite's kids would be in danger of serving patrols.

Same paper that just yesterday REFUSED to report on the news that new, ground-breaking upgrade of Iron Dome has been tested in Central Israel ----> presumably out of fear that it will be seen as another succuess in Netanyahu's "belt".

All other newspapers, including Yediot Ahronot, Jerusalem Post, Maariv, Israel Hayom, Arutz Sheva reported it right away instead of waiting a day.
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


i comment on a similar comment in the israeli election is today thread.

i get it -- you're not a fan of haaretz
 Quoting: Swinburnian


It's not that I am not a "fan" of it, per se.

It's the FACT that it's a propagandistic, radicall, foreign-owned trash.

Even DoorBert knows enough to mix up his sources and links from PressTV to WorldNewsDaily.

Now, of course it doesn't change the fact that Likud has run a mediocre campiagn and its many powerful enemies appear to be gaining momentum ----> something that even I could see happening through-out this thread literally from 10,000 kilometers away, LOL...

But really, Ha'aretz?
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7.49 P.M. Likud is attempting to minimize Yesh Atid's apparent success. "We've sent our volunteers to tell floating voters that voting for Lapid will strengthen the center-left bloc and weaken Netanyahu," said Minister Gilad Erdan.




[link to www.haaretz.com]
 Quoting: Swinburnian


It's curious that you're quoting a germany-owned, Bibi-loathing, far-leftie rag like 'Hahaha-aretz'.

Same newspaper whose former editor Levy pretty much admitted that the paper-wide agenda was against Israeli presence in South Lebanon not becauuse of strategic or economic concenrs, only purely because of ideological reasons & because the elite's kids would be in danger of serving patrols.

Same paper that just yesterday REFUSED to report on the news that new, ground-breaking upgrade of Iron Dome has been tested in Central Israel ----> presumably out of fear that it will be seen as another succuess in Netanyahu's "belt".

All other newspapers, including Yediot Ahronot, Jerusalem Post, Maariv, Israel Hayom, Arutz Sheva reported it right away instead of waiting a day.
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


i comment on a similar comment in the israeli election is today thread.

i get it -- you're not a fan of haaretz
 Quoting: Swinburnian


It's not that I am not a "fan" of it, per se.

It's the FACT that it's a propagandistic, radicall, foreign-owned trash.

Even DoorBert knows enough to mix up his sources and links from PressTV to WorldNewsDaily.

Now, of course it doesn't change the fact that Likud has run a mediocre campiagn and its many powerful enemies appear to be gaining momentum ----> something that even I could see happening through-out this thread literally from 10,000 kilometers away, LOL...

But really, Ha'aretz?
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


10,000 km from Jerusalem, a man (or boy) listens to the sound of his own voice
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It's curious that you're quoting a germany-owned, Bibi-loathing, far-leftie rag like 'Hahaha-aretz'.

Same newspaper whose former editor Levy pretty much admitted that the paper-wide agenda was against Israeli presence in South Lebanon not becauuse of strategic or economic concenrs, only purely because of ideological reasons & because the elite's kids would be in danger of serving patrols.

Same paper that just yesterday REFUSED to report on the news that new, ground-breaking upgrade of Iron Dome has been tested in Central Israel ----> presumably out of fear that it will be seen as another succuess in Netanyahu's "belt".

All other newspapers, including Yediot Ahronot, Jerusalem Post, Maariv, Israel Hayom, Arutz Sheva reported it right away instead of waiting a day.
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


i comment on a similar comment in the israeli election is today thread.

i get it -- you're not a fan of haaretz
 Quoting: Swinburnian


It's not that I am not a "fan" of it, per se.

It's the FACT that it's a propagandistic, radicall, foreign-owned trash.

Even DoorBert knows enough to mix up his sources and links from PressTV to WorldNewsDaily.

Now, of course it doesn't change the fact that Likud has run a mediocre campiagn and its many powerful enemies appear to be gaining momentum ----> something that even I could see happening through-out this thread literally from 10,000 kilometers away, LOL...

But really, Ha'aretz?
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


10,000 km from Jerusalem, a man (or boy) listens to the sound of his own voice
 Quoting: Swinburnian


How is that in any way invalidate the fact that Ha'aretz is basically MSNBC-on-roids, except foreign-owned, to boot? CurrentTV more like it?

Golda Meir would be a Likudnik today, I don't see what idealism of Israel's early days that you appear to cling to.... have anything to do with Ha'aretz, Meretz, Shelley Yachimovich, the Soros-funded treasonist NGO's, etc.

"Two big differences", as Jews in Odessa used to say.
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i comment on a similar comment in the israeli election is today thread.

i get it -- you're not a fan of haaretz
 Quoting: Swinburnian


It's not that I am not a "fan" of it, per se.

It's the FACT that it's a propagandistic, radicall, foreign-owned trash.

Even DoorBert knows enough to mix up his sources and links from PressTV to WorldNewsDaily.

Now, of course it doesn't change the fact that Likud has run a mediocre campiagn and its many powerful enemies appear to be gaining momentum ----> something that even I could see happening through-out this thread literally from 10,000 kilometers away, LOL...

But really, Ha'aretz?
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


10,000 km from Jerusalem, a man (or boy) listens to the sound of his own voice
 Quoting: Swinburnian


How is that in any way invalidate the fact that Ha'aretz is basically MSNBC-on-roids, except foreign-owned, to boot? CurrentTV more like it?

Golda Meir would be a Likudnik today, I don't see what idealism of Israel's early days that you appear to cling to.... have anything to do with Ha'aretz, Meretz, Shelley Yachimovich, the Soros-funded treasonist NGO's, etc.

"Two big differences", as Jews in Odessa used to say.
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right now i'm just interested in the results of the election
Golda -- when I was a kid we practically worshipped her. i don't anymore.
Jews from Odessa still do say that.
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It's not that I am not a "fan" of it, per se.

It's the FACT that it's a propagandistic, radicall, foreign-owned trash.

Even DoorBert knows enough to mix up his sources and links from PressTV to WorldNewsDaily.

Now, of course it doesn't change the fact that Likud has run a mediocre campiagn and its many powerful enemies appear to be gaining momentum ----> something that even I could see happening through-out this thread literally from 10,000 kilometers away, LOL...

But really, Ha'aretz?
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


10,000 km from Jerusalem, a man (or boy) listens to the sound of his own voice
 Quoting: Swinburnian


How is that in any way invalidate the fact that Ha'aretz is basically MSNBC-on-roids, except foreign-owned, to boot? CurrentTV more like it?

Golda Meir would be a Likudnik today, I don't see what idealism of Israel's early days that you appear to cling to.... have anything to do with Ha'aretz, Meretz, Shelley Yachimovich, the Soros-funded treasonist NGO's, etc.

"Two big differences", as Jews in Odessa used to say.
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


right now i'm just interested in the results of the election
Golda -- when I was a kid we practically worshipped her. i don't anymore.
Jews from Odessa still do say that.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


No, I know I was not lambasting you personally, just noticing that you still love your Ha'aretz. No offense.

And don't get me wrong, there is NOTHING WRONG with being an Idealist. I am an idealist at heart, too. As you may have seen me mention in the "Israel is Sprata but 100 more interesting & awesome" thread.... I respect the countries founders like Ben-Gurion, Golda, Itzhak Rabin, heck even Don Altobello in his younger days helped build Irael's alleged Atomic program & did a lot of weapons procurement overses under very tough circumstances....

My whole point is that the OLD Left... and the cowardly, uber-corrupt, incomtenet, at times borderlie-treasonous NEW Left... have not much in common.

And Ha'aretz is a shameless loud-speaker of the New Left.

PS. As for election results, again this is why I felt the need to belabour/expand point #8 in particular --- Bibi tried to have it both ways for too long, tried to please everybody and play the "long-game" a little too cutesy -----> boom, the Israeli public might have smashed him in the face for it from BOTH directions.

If that's true, it's a great loss for Israel. It's one thing for Naftali Bennett or even Avigdor Lieberman to head the government... but Lapid or Shelley + Shas, Meretz, Tspiui & Arab parties.... LOL, good luck with all, um, that.

Btw, re: Arab turn-out. Funny how in places with multiple Jewish observers who refuse to be intimidated out of the polling station, the Arab turn-out is LOW. But where Jews are not present or chased out, you are getting turn-out of close to 100%. Eerily similar to some of the ghettos in the US elections turning out 120% of ther constituents and kicking GOP observers ouit...

Some Arabs apparently been caught voting for their wives, relatives, etc. But how many were NOT...
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10,000 km from Jerusalem, a man (or boy) listens to the sound of his own voice
 Quoting: Swinburnian


How is that in any way invalidate the fact that Ha'aretz is basically MSNBC-on-roids, except foreign-owned, to boot? CurrentTV more like it?

Golda Meir would be a Likudnik today, I don't see what idealism of Israel's early days that you appear to cling to.... have anything to do with Ha'aretz, Meretz, Shelley Yachimovich, the Soros-funded treasonist NGO's, etc.

"Two big differences", as Jews in Odessa used to say.
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


right now i'm just interested in the results of the election
Golda -- when I was a kid we practically worshipped her. i don't anymore.
Jews from Odessa still do say that.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


No, I know I was not lambasting you personally, just noticing that you still love your Ha'aretz. No offense.

And don't get me wrong, there is NOTHING WRONG with being an Idealist. I am an idealist at heart, too. As you may have seen me mention in the "Israel is Sprata but 100 more interesting & awesome" thread.... I respect the countries founders like Ben-Gurion, Golda, Itzhak Rabin, heck even Don Altobello in his younger days helped build Irael's alleged Atomic program & did a lot of weapons procurement overses under very tough circumstances....

My whole point is that the OLD Left... and the cowardly, uber-corrupt, incomtenet, at times borderlie-treasonous NEW Left... have not much in common.

And Ha'aretz is a shameless loud-speaker of the New Left.

PS. As for election results, again this is why I felt the need to belabour/expand point #8 in particular --- Bibi tried to have it both ways for too long, tried to please everybody and play the "long-game" a little too cutesy -----> boom, the Israeli public might have smashed him in the face for it from BOTH directions.

If that's true, it's a great loss for Israel. It's one thing for Naftali Bennett or even Avigdor Lieberman to head the government... but Lapid or Shelley + Shas, Meretz, Tspiui & Arab parties.... LOL, good luck with all, um, that.

Btw, re: Arab turn-out. Funny how in places with multiple Jewish observers who refuse to be intimidated out of the polling station, the Arab turn-out is LOW. But where Jews are not present or chased out, you are getting turn-out of close to 100%. Eerily similar to some of the ghettos in the US elections turning out 120% of ther constituents and kicking GOP observers ouit...

Some Arabs apparently been caught voting for their wives, relatives, etc. But how many were NOT...
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wondering where you're hearing this
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How is that in any way invalidate the fact that Ha'aretz is basically MSNBC-on-roids, except foreign-owned, to boot? CurrentTV more like it?

Golda Meir would be a Likudnik today, I don't see what idealism of Israel's early days that you appear to cling to.... have anything to do with Ha'aretz, Meretz, Shelley Yachimovich, the Soros-funded treasonist NGO's, etc.

"Two big differences", as Jews in Odessa used to say.
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


right now i'm just interested in the results of the election
Golda -- when I was a kid we practically worshipped her. i don't anymore.
Jews from Odessa still do say that.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


No, I know I was not lambasting you personally, just noticing that you still love your Ha'aretz. No offense.

And don't get me wrong, there is NOTHING WRONG with being an Idealist. I am an idealist at heart, too. As you may have seen me mention in the "Israel is Sprata but 100 more interesting & awesome" thread.... I respect the countries founders like Ben-Gurion, Golda, Itzhak Rabin, heck even Don Altobello in his younger days helped build Irael's alleged Atomic program & did a lot of weapons procurement overses under very tough circumstances....

My whole point is that the OLD Left... and the cowardly, uber-corrupt, incomtenet, at times borderlie-treasonous NEW Left... have not much in common.

And Ha'aretz is a shameless loud-speaker of the New Left.

PS. As for election results, again this is why I felt the need to belabour/expand point #8 in particular --- Bibi tried to have it both ways for too long, tried to please everybody and play the "long-game" a little too cutesy -----> boom, the Israeli public might have smashed him in the face for it from BOTH directions.

If that's true, it's a great loss for Israel. It's one thing for Naftali Bennett or even Avigdor Lieberman to head the government... but Lapid or Shelley + Shas, Meretz, Tspiui & Arab parties.... LOL, good luck with all, um, that.

Btw, re: Arab turn-out. Funny how in places with multiple Jewish observers who refuse to be intimidated out of the polling station, the Arab turn-out is LOW. But where Jews are not present or chased out, you are getting turn-out of close to 100%. Eerily similar to some of the ghettos in the US elections turning out 120% of ther constituents and kicking GOP observers ouit...

Some Arabs apparently been caught voting for their wives, relatives, etc. But how many were NOT...
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


wondering where you're hearing this
 Quoting: Swinburnian


Grave-pine (sp?)

Arab turn-out is actually LOW. Except in a few places. Allegedly.

Are the results in yet? It appears Bibi has survived the 2-year onslaught against him on all fronts (including from his own too-clever-for-its-own-good 160 IQ brain)

It may indeed like Lapid and to a lesser extent Livni saved Netanyahu by splitting enough of the Left vote.

In the process, hurting Lieberman's secular party, but the Musky Moldovan has more serious legal issues to worry about right about now, anyway, so whatever...

Lapid wants to be the PM, did I hear that right? Pretty ballsy for a news-man, huh?
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right now i'm just interested in the results of the election
Golda -- when I was a kid we practically worshipped her. i don't anymore.
Jews from Odessa still do say that.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


No, I know I was not lambasting you personally, just noticing that you still love your Ha'aretz. No offense.

And don't get me wrong, there is NOTHING WRONG with being an Idealist. I am an idealist at heart, too. As you may have seen me mention in the "Israel is Sprata but 100 more interesting & awesome" thread.... I respect the countries founders like Ben-Gurion, Golda, Itzhak Rabin, heck even Don Altobello in his younger days helped build Irael's alleged Atomic program & did a lot of weapons procurement overses under very tough circumstances....

My whole point is that the OLD Left... and the cowardly, uber-corrupt, incomtenet, at times borderlie-treasonous NEW Left... have not much in common.

And Ha'aretz is a shameless loud-speaker of the New Left.

PS. As for election results, again this is why I felt the need to belabour/expand point #8 in particular --- Bibi tried to have it both ways for too long, tried to please everybody and play the "long-game" a little too cutesy -----> boom, the Israeli public might have smashed him in the face for it from BOTH directions.

If that's true, it's a great loss for Israel. It's one thing for Naftali Bennett or even Avigdor Lieberman to head the government... but Lapid or Shelley + Shas, Meretz, Tspiui & Arab parties.... LOL, good luck with all, um, that.

Btw, re: Arab turn-out. Funny how in places with multiple Jewish observers who refuse to be intimidated out of the polling station, the Arab turn-out is LOW. But where Jews are not present or chased out, you are getting turn-out of close to 100%. Eerily similar to some of the ghettos in the US elections turning out 120% of ther constituents and kicking GOP observers ouit...

Some Arabs apparently been caught voting for their wives, relatives, etc. But how many were NOT...
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


wondering where you're hearing this
 Quoting: Swinburnian


Grave-pine (sp?)

Arab turn-out is actually LOW. Except in a few places. Allegedly.

Are the results in yet? It appears Bibi has survived the 2-year onslaught against him on all fronts (including from his own too-clever-for-its-own-good 160 IQ brain)

It may indeed like Lapid and to a lesser extent Livni saved Netanyahu by splitting enough of the Left vote.

In the process, hurting Lieberman's secular party, but the Musky Moldovan has more serious legal issues to worry about right about now, anyway, so whatever...

Lapid wants to be the PM, did I hear that right? Pretty ballsy for a news-man, huh?
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


LOL

"Grapevine" -- 'cause it spreads all over
official results being counted
exit polls suggest
Likud-Beiteinu, 31; Yesh Atid, 19; Labor,17; Habayit Hayehud, 12; Shas, 12; Hatnuah; 7; Meretz, 7; United Torah Judaism 6, Hadash 4; United Arab List - Ta'al, 3; Balad, 2.
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No, I know I was not lambasting you personally, just noticing that you still love your Ha'aretz. No offense.

And don't get me wrong, there is NOTHING WRONG with being an Idealist. I am an idealist at heart, too. As you may have seen me mention in the "Israel is Sprata but 100 more interesting & awesome" thread.... I respect the countries founders like Ben-Gurion, Golda, Itzhak Rabin, heck even Don Altobello in his younger days helped build Irael's alleged Atomic program & did a lot of weapons procurement overses under very tough circumstances....

My whole point is that the OLD Left... and the cowardly, uber-corrupt, incomtenet, at times borderlie-treasonous NEW Left... have not much in common.

And Ha'aretz is a shameless loud-speaker of the New Left.

PS. As for election results, again this is why I felt the need to belabour/expand point #8 in particular --- Bibi tried to have it both ways for too long, tried to please everybody and play the "long-game" a little too cutesy -----> boom, the Israeli public might have smashed him in the face for it from BOTH directions.

If that's true, it's a great loss for Israel. It's one thing for Naftali Bennett or even Avigdor Lieberman to head the government... but Lapid or Shelley + Shas, Meretz, Tspiui & Arab parties.... LOL, good luck with all, um, that.

Btw, re: Arab turn-out. Funny how in places with multiple Jewish observers who refuse to be intimidated out of the polling station, the Arab turn-out is LOW. But where Jews are not present or chased out, you are getting turn-out of close to 100%. Eerily similar to some of the ghettos in the US elections turning out 120% of ther constituents and kicking GOP observers ouit...

Some Arabs apparently been caught voting for their wives, relatives, etc. But how many were NOT...
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


wondering where you're hearing this
 Quoting: Swinburnian


Grave-pine (sp?)

Arab turn-out is actually LOW. Except in a few places. Allegedly.

Are the results in yet? It appears Bibi has survived the 2-year onslaught against him on all fronts (including from his own too-clever-for-its-own-good 160 IQ brain)

It may indeed like Lapid and to a lesser extent Livni saved Netanyahu by splitting enough of the Left vote.

In the process, hurting Lieberman's secular party, but the Musky Moldovan has more serious legal issues to worry about right about now, anyway, so whatever...

Lapid wants to be the PM, did I hear that right? Pretty ballsy for a news-man, huh?
 Quoting: ASV 17323735


LOL

"Grapevine" -- 'cause it spreads all over
official results being counted
exit polls suggest
Likud-Beiteinu, 31; Yesh Atid, 19; Labor,17; Habayit Hayehud, 12; Shas, 12; Hatnuah; 7; Meretz, 7; United Torah Judaism 6, Hadash 4; United Arab List - Ta'al, 3; Balad, 2.
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if the anti-likud forces manage a colation including yesh atid, then i guess lapid should be pm -- he'll be the leader of the largest party. seems a likelier scenario now than if he'd finished behind labour
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PressTV.ir ?

An Iranian official site, not exactly the most reliable source now is it ?

Most Israelis do agree with Netanyahu, perhaps not on all issues but he does have a lead in the polls and will most likely continue to be Israel's PM !
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lol, according to iran, islam is a religion of peace too.
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PressTV.ir ?

An Iranian official site, not exactly the most reliable source now is it ?

Most Israelis do agree with Netanyahu, perhaps not on all issues but he does have a lead in the polls and will most likely continue to be Israel's PM !
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lol, according to iran, islam is a religion of peace too.
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Dude, you're talking about PressTV.ir which is basically Benny Hill of journalism.

Read this again:


Iran pegs PM’s wife as commando fighter

"Did budding politician Naftali Bennett train in an elite commando unit with the prime minister’s wife? In Iran, the answer is an emphatic yes.

Bennett, the head of the resurgent Jewish Home party, jokingly told a Channel 10 interviewer Wednesday that he took a “terrorism course” with Sara Netanyahu.

Iran’s state-run Press TV, though, apparently not getting the joke, picked up the story as serious news, posting a straight-faced article about Bennett’s terror ties with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sarah on September 27 at the UN in New York after Netanyahu’s speech to the General Assembly (photo credit: Avi Ohayun, GPO)
This isn’t the first time Iran’s media has been caught taking satire a little too seriously. In September, the country’s Fars news agency republished an article from the satirical newspaper The Onion about rural whites in the US preferring Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to US President Barack Obama.

And in July, Press TV reported an Onion story about Facebook being a CIA front..."


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LOL

"Grapevine" -- 'cause it spreads all over

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What, and pine-toting Zombies don't????!!!

Where did YOU go to school, that's, like, racisss! In real-life, Zombies are agile & don't take no lip from noone, nah-uh sister no dey don'.

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jpost article on election fraud

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Aryeh Deri when asked if Shas will join a coalition with Yesh Atid: We won't rule out anyone #Israelvotes

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whores don't, usually
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Y so surprised?

I told you Leftists - and Lapid could very well be one albeit in sheep's clothing -- will do anything to get into power, including deceit, fraud, intimidating and, yes, bribery of the very ultra-orthodox whose demonization is almost Left's raison-d'etre.

Who the bigger villain in your metaphor, Swin? The whore who is sucking hard for her money, or the respectable family man & holy roller who has a secret whore-banging life?
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What was that, Swin?

Moar Zombaz, you say?

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01/22/2013 05:14 PM
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Ben Hartman‏@Benhartman

Aryeh Deri when asked if Shas will join a coalition with Yesh Atid: We won't rule out anyone #Israelvotes

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whores don't, usually
 Quoting: Swinburnian


Y so surprised?

I told you Leftists - and Lapid could very well be one albeit in sheep's clothing -- will do anything to get into power, including deceit, fraud, intimidating and, yes, bribery of the very ultra-orthodox whose demonization is almost Left's raison-d'etre.

Who the bigger villain in your metaphor, Swin? The whore who is sucking hard for her money, or the respectable family man & holy roller who has a secret whore-banging life?
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i'm not surprised by any of them, sadly
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What was that, Swin?

Moar Zombaz, you say?

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tounge
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11.55 P.M. Central Election Committee chief statistician Prof. Avraham Diskin: Likud-Beiteinu's low showing results from low turnout among Russian immigrants, Yisrael Beiteinu's core constituency.

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Lahav Harkov‏@LahavHarkov

People are cheering "anything but Shas." Interesting.

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she's reporting from likud hq where netanyahu is speaking
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look, ashton -- you're famous!

Thread: Zionist shill posts threats against the West on GLP, threatens with NUCLEAR FALSE FLAG
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LOL, love it!
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Lahav Harkov‏@LahavHarkov

People are cheering "anything but Shas." Interesting.

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she's reporting from likud hq where netanyahu is speaking
 Quoting: Swinburnian


On the bright side, Shelley Yachimovich & Zahava Ga'lion were both cock-blocked from Knesset.

And hey, Swin, I told you Israeli system is way more fun/intriguing than the binary American one.

Moah drama, moar, moar!
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Lahav Harkov‏@LahavHarkov

People are cheering "anything but Shas." Interesting.

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she's reporting from likud hq where netanyahu is speaking
 Quoting: Swinburnian


On the bright side, Shelley Yachimovich & Zahava Ga'lion were both cock-blocked from Knesset.

And hey, Swin, I told you Israeli system is way more fun/intriguing than the binary American one.

Moah drama, moar, moar!
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it is more fun -- and fairer than the British/Canadian constituency-based system in some (most?) ways

i'm not keen on the american system as it works now -- is anyone?
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Lahav Harkov‏@LahavHarkov

People are cheering "anything but Shas." Interesting.

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she's reporting from likud hq where netanyahu is speaking
 Quoting: Swinburnian


On the bright side, Shelley Yachimovich & Zahava Ga'lion were both cock-blocked from Knesset.
And hey, Swin, I told you Israeli system is way more fun/intriguing than the binary American one.

Moah drama, moar, moar!
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as the much-missed gaia would say -- whaaaaaaaaaaat?
i don't understand the phrase cock-blocked. you mean they're not in the knesset --- ?????
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17:31
Yair Lapid to make televised address at 8pm Israel local time (Ch.10)

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