Truth must be said, I do admire fierce President Ahmadinejad almost as much as I despise war criminal Shimon Peres, Israeli-born British author Gilad Atzmon, October 4, 2009.
The leaders of the Zionist entity and their Zionist-dogs around the world are pouring out their hearts on the death of Polish-born former Israeli president Shimon Peres who died on September 28, at age 93.
Peres death wouldn’t be the end of Palestinians’ miseries as his true disciple Benjamin Netanyahu just received a $38 billion military booster from Washington to kill more Palestinian youth.
Peres was a wolf in sheep clothing. While he pretended to be a peacemaker. He was a member of Jewish terrorist organization Haganah which took part in the ethnic-cleansing of the nearly 400 Muslim and Christian Palestinian villages and towns.
Peres is also credited with masterminding the theft of bomb-grade uranium from American NUMEC’s Apollo facility in the 1960s.
American investigative journalist and author, Christopher Bollyn, in his book, Solving 9/11 has exposed Shimon Peres as one of the ‘Masterminds’ behind the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in United States.
Shimon Peres gave his Norwegian pal Terje Roed Larsen, the UN special coordinator for Middle East peace, $100,000 to secure him a Nobel Prize in 1994.
Over seven decades, Peres served as prime minister (twice) and president, though he never actually won a national election outright. He was a member of 12 cabinets and had stints as defence, foreign and finance minister.
In 1975, as secret minutes have since revealed, Peres met with South African Defence Minister PW Botha and offered to sell nuclear warheads to the apartheid regime. In 1986, Peres authorized the Mossad operation that saw nuclear whistle-blower Mordechai Vanunu kidnapped in Rome.
As prime minister in 1996, Peres ordered and oversaw Operation Grapes of Wrath when Israeli armed forces killed some 154 civilians in Lebanon and injured another 351. The operation, widely believed to have been a pre-election show of strength, saw Lebanese civilians intentionally targeted.
Shimon was a very hateful person. His hatred toward Palestinian, Iranian, Syrian, Lebanese, and Iraqis is well-known. However, he did admire US-Israeli poodle Mahmoud Abbas, whom he called Palestinian Gandhi.
In November 2012, Shimon Peres while opening Europe’s largest Holocaust Museum (est. cost $60 million) in Moscow asked president Putin and Barack Obama to join together “to put an end to the dark terror and threat posed by Iran’s quest for nuclear bomb“.
In December 2009, then Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva slammed Shimon Peres, an honorary Brazilian citizen, for calling then Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a threat to South America, during his speech at the Brazil parliament.