Brazil rejects Israel’s new ambassador

Brazilian president Dilma Vana Rousseff has rejected nomination of Israel’s new ambassador, Argentina-born Danny Dayan, who lives in one of the illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank. He was nominated by Netanyahu in August 2015. The announcement triggered a mass protest in Brazil against Dayan’s appointment.

Israel and its lobby poodles are up in arm against Rousseff, who recalled her ambassador in protest to Israel’s invasion of Gaza last year. In response, Yigol Palmer, foreign ministry spokesperson, called Brazil, “diplomatic dwarf, and politically irrelevant country”. The idiot did not realized that not only Brazil is the largest country in South America, it’s also world’s seventh largest economy.

In September 2015, Israeli defense minister Gen. Moshe Ya’alon called on his Brazilian counterpart, Polish Jew Jacques Wagner, to urge Rousseff’s to accept Dayan’s nomination papers. Wagner since then has been promoted as Chief of Staff of the presidency, the second most powerful position in the country. It seems he didn’t not want to be associated with some Jewish settler pig.

In 2012, Israel’s then president Shimon Peres told Brazilian foreign minister Antonio Patriota that president Rousseff should boycott Iranian president Dr. Ahmadinejad, as the latter posed a great threat to Latin America.

Last year, Israel and Jewish lobby ran a vicious campaign against Iran’s new ambassador to United Nations. Barack Obama blocked visa for Hamid Aboutalebi to take the post in New York. Obama’s stupid excuse was that Aboutalebi was one of the university students who took-over US embassy in Tehran on November 4, 1979. The take-over has been lauded by every president and political leader in Iran for the last 35 years. In February 2015, Iran was forced to pick Gholam Ali Khoshroo, who was allowed by Obama to take his post at the international forum in New York.

Dilma Vana Rousseff was born into a Bulgarian immigrant family. She is the first female president of Brazil. She was the choice of the outgoing president Luiz Lula, a close friend of Hugo Chavez and Ahmadinejad. Ahmadinejad visited Brazil in 2009, and Lula paid a return visit in 2010. Rousseff, herself, has not visited either Iran or Israel.


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