Jimmy Carter's Back to the Future trip to the Middle East

This year is the 25th anniversary of that excellent Robert Zemeckis vehicle "Back to the Future." In honor of the occasion, Michael J. Fox has come out of retirement and has re-shot the entire BTTF trailer.

Jimmy Carter is celebrating the anniversary by going back to the Middle East and trying to recreate his idiotic efforts at one-sided "diplomacy" by bringing with him a "Who's Who" of Israel haters:

Carter's (literal and figurative) fellow-travelers include former leaders who like to call themselves The Elders - a limelight-loving, self-appointed crew ostensibly out to save the world.Their chosen capo di tutti capi: Mary Robinson, the ex-UN bigwig who organized the infamous anti-Semitic Durban Conference of 2001.

Also on board: Algeria's Lakhdar Brahimi, who believes Israel is a "poison" for which Hamas' terrorist "resistance" is the cure.

Then there's India's Ela Bhatt, who says women's "feminine way of transformation" will topple Israel's "occupation."

Whatever that means.

And, of course, there's Carter himself.

You may recall his last crusade in the Middle East, which reached an absurd peak when he actually planted a wet kiss on a Hamas leader in Gaza.

What's he got planned for Act II?

Carter says The Elders will meet with regional leaders and "groups that are alienated from the peace process, including . . . young people and Hamas."

Never mind giving peace a chance - that's a surefire death sentence for talks.

Hamas "alienated"?

Jeez! We're talking about a fanatical death cult bent on murdering Jews, with absolutely zero interest in peace.

Carter's shtick would be amusing if he wasn't capable of causing real damage to the interests of Israel. Never mind the "peace" process. They don't need Carter for that Kabuki dance to fail. It never had a chance to begin with.

But Carter running around like the busy-body and world class scold he has proved to be only makes the job of Israel protecting itself that much harder. And for that, the doddering old fool should be forcibly retired to an assisted living facility where he can regale other senile oldsters with tales of what an important person he thinks himself to be.

Hat Tip: Ed Lasky

This year is the 25th anniversary of that excellent Robert Zemeckis vehicle "Back to the Future." In honor of the occasion, Michael J. Fox has come out of retirement and has re-shot the entire BTTF trailer.

Jimmy Carter is celebrating the anniversary by going back to the Middle East and trying to recreate his idiotic efforts at one-sided "diplomacy" by bringing with him a "Who's Who" of Israel haters:

Carter's (literal and figurative) fellow-travelers include former leaders who like to call themselves The Elders - a limelight-loving, self-appointed crew ostensibly out to save the world.

Their chosen capo di tutti capi: Mary Robinson, the ex-UN bigwig who organized the infamous anti-Semitic Durban Conference of 2001.

Also on board: Algeria's Lakhdar Brahimi, who believes Israel is a "poison" for which Hamas' terrorist "resistance" is the cure.

Then there's India's Ela Bhatt, who says women's "feminine way of transformation" will topple Israel's "occupation."

Whatever that means.

And, of course, there's Carter himself.

You may recall his last crusade in the Middle East, which reached an absurd peak when he actually planted a wet kiss on a Hamas leader in Gaza.

What's he got planned for Act II?

Carter says The Elders will meet with regional leaders and "groups that are alienated from the peace process, including . . . young people and Hamas."

Never mind giving peace a chance - that's a surefire death sentence for talks.

Hamas "alienated"?

Jeez! We're talking about a fanatical death cult bent on murdering Jews, with absolutely zero interest in peace.

Carter's shtick would be amusing if he wasn't capable of causing real damage to the interests of Israel. Never mind the "peace" process. They don't need Carter for that Kabuki dance to fail. It never had a chance to begin with.

But Carter running around like the busy-body and world class scold he has proved to be only makes the job of Israel protecting itself that much harder. And for that, the doddering old fool should be forcibly retired to an assisted living facility where he can regale other senile oldsters with tales of what an important person he thinks himself to be.

Hat Tip: Ed Lasky

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