Please guess who said this and about whom ?

Im guessing most readers would not guess either the person who said this or the gentlemen he was referring to

Well let me end the suspense The person who made this statement was an American President, one of the first to be dead between his ears(Bush Jnr being a worthy successor ) and extermly useful idiot for the Talmudic crowd RONALD REAGAN

And guess who he was referring to ? THE PREDECESSORS OF THE  TALIBAN I kid you not Here is a picture of this brain dead  dummy actor “President” whose only attributes were an ability to look decent at all times and sprout  prepared dialogue


Ronald Reagan entered the White House with a strong record of support for Israel. During his emergence as a presidential candidate in the late 1970s, Regan’s thinking on foreign affairs was strongly influenced by a group of mostly Jewish neoconservative intellectuals and foreign policy analysts, centered around Commentary magazine, who reinforced his commitment to the safety and security of Israel as an important strategic ally whose special relationship with the United States needed to be preserved.  Once in office, Reagan appointed several of these Jewish neoconservatives – including Elliot Abrams, Eugene Rostow, Max Kampelman, Michael Ledeen, Richard Pipes, and Richard Perle –to positions in his new administration.

All these Jewish eminences voted strongly for invading Afganistan to dislodge the same gentlemen who were the moral equivalent of Americas founding fathers


Prime Minister Menachem Begin meets with President Ronald Reagan at the White House.

During the 1980 presidential campaign, Reagan had left little doubt about his pro-Israel views.  He denounced the PLO as a terrorist organization and described Israel as a “strategic asset,” a “stabilizing force,” and a military offset to Soviet influence.

Throughout the campaign, Reagan made a point of differentiating his views on Israel from those of President Carter.  As he reminded Jewish audiences, he had been appalled by the Carter Administration’s decision to abstain rather than veto a UN resolution condemning Israel’s proclamation of Jerusalem as its capital.  “Jerusalem is now, and should continue to be, undivided,” declared Reagan. “An undivided city of Jerusalem means sovereignty of Israel over the city.”  He also publicly disagreed with the Carter Administration’s efforts to characterize Israel’s West Bank settlements as illegal and was quick to reaffirm this position shortly after the election.

Despite all this overt support for Israel, once Regan was in office, his administration encountered issues that caused strains and tensions with the Jewish community.  In particular, the administration’s controversial decision to sell AWACS (airborne warning and control system) and other advanced weaponry to Saudi Arabia angered many American Jewish leaders and touched off an eleven-month “battle” between the American Jewish community and the Reagan White House.

Jewish leaders also were grateful to the Reagan White House for its financial assistance to Israel.  United States financial aid to Israel increased steadily throughout the Reagan years,reaching an unprecedented $3 billion a year, in loans and grants, beginning in 1986.  In 1988 Israel Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir declared to reporters: “This is the most friendly administration we have ever worked with.”

So when speaking of the evils of the Taliban remember they are the MORAL EQUIVALENT OF AMERICAS FOUNDING FATHERS  ……….Also remember what happens when Hollywood cretins with hardly any knowledge of anything but surrounded by Jewish “advisors” take over



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  3. Dr. Ats says:

    The people appearing in the photo with Reagan were not the predecessors Taliban. They were the leadership of the Northern Alliance, the enemy of Taliban (later annihilated by the Taliban). The quote “These Gentlemen are the moral equivalents of America’s Founding Fathers” is indeed a paraphrased version of something said by President Reagan, but he was not speaking about either the Taliban or Afghan opposition groups at the time. He made the comment about contra rebels in Nicaragua during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in 1985

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