A small notice in the New York Times, and a faint “sorry”. Benjamin Netanyahu did inform Obama about the invitation to speek on Capitol Hill. Before Netanyahu accepted the invitation.

In these turbulent times, it is not easy to say whom of Obama and Bibli will have to make it through the exit door.
In these turbulent times, it is not easy to say whom of Obama and Bibli first will have to make it through the exit door.

On Jan. 30, the New York Times published a correction to a story it ran the previous day:

“An earlier version of this article misstated when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel accepted Speaker John A. Boehner’s invitation to address Congress. He accepted after the administration had been informed of the invitation, not before.”

The premise of the Times’ original reporting was that Netanyahu had failed to notify the White House before accepting Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to address Congress on the Iranian nuclear program. Only now it turns out that – according to the Times – the story wasn’t true at all.

Source: The Tabletmag.com

My comment:

The liberals in New York Times do not like Benjamin Netanyahu. Jews and gentiles a like.

Despite the cocked up story of Netanyahu breaching the protocol of the White House, the Jew Street in New York continues to defame the conservative prime minister of Israel.  Now 20.000 Jewish signatures has been collected in the Big Apple, to protest against Netanyahu speaking at Capitol Hill.

This sets an example for the ongoing Jewish surrender to Obama, whom liberal US Jews consider to be a true friend of a nation they do not want to return to.

What are they scared of?

Not at all, that Iran will be granted permission to produce a nuke. But rather that they will have to leave their life in sin and indulgence in the USA, if Israel disobey the instructions given them by the White House.

How long will the enemy mock you, God? Will the foe revile your name forever?

May the Messiah move forcefully, and get all Jews back home to Israel. Amen.

Yeshua is the Messiah. We can expect no one else.

Written by Ivar