Jew-Hater Jimmy Carter Announces ‘Cancer Spread to My Brain’ and Then Attacks Israel Again

Jimmy Carter meeting with the Hamas terrorist group's leader in Gaza.

Jimmy Carter meeting with the Hamas terrorist group’s leader in Gaza.

Ex-president says first radiation treatment is today and then attacks Israel again for rejecting “two-state solution” with Muslim terrorists.

Former US President Jimmy Carter held a press conference on Thursday, in which he announced that the cancer which doctors discovered on his liver – that he revealed last Wednesday – has been found to have spread to his brain as well.

Carter, 90, announced his first radiation treatment will take place later on Thursday afternoon. … Carter said doctors found four small melanoma spots, about two millimeters in size, on his brain during an operation on August 3 to remove a tumor from his liver.

The ex-president is to receive four courses of radiation for the cancer in his brain, and he noted that doctors continue to search for the source of the melanoma.

Those suffering from melanoma generally survive 11 months according to general assessments, if the tumors are not all successfully removed.

Bashing Israel yet again

In the press conference Carter said that if he could change something he’d done, it would be sending more forces in a 1980 rescue attempt to free US hostages held by Iran in Tehran, in which a helicopter crashed into a US transport plane in the desert, killing eight American soldiers.

“I wish I had sent one more helicopter to get the hostages, and we would have rescued them, and I would have been reelected,” Carter claimed.

There is no such thing as Palestine or a Palestinian. It is a propaganda war intended to destroy the Jews.

Carter also bashed Israel; a day after first announcing his cancer last Wednesday Carter slammed Israel as well, saying the two-state solution that calls on Israel to withdraw from vast regions and create a [so-called] Palestinian state “is dead,” and blaming Israel for that state of affairs.

… “The government of Israel has no desire for a two-state solution, which is the policy of all other nations in the world, and the United States has practically no influence compared to past years in either Israel or Palestine. So I feel very discouraged.”

Carter has long bashed Israel; in May 2014, the former President supported the Palestine Liberation Organization’s (PLO) unilateral push to join international organizations in breach of the ongoing peace talks with Israel and the 1993 Oslo Accords.

The year before, he called on the European Union (EU) to label products coming from “illegal Israeli settlements” – despite the fact that Israel’s presence in Judea and Samaria is legal under international law.

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  • I referred to Carter as a Jew-hater on Facebook and received this response:

    Rose Keiser 8:50am Oct 1
    “it’s hard to recall that it was also Carter who—through vision, hard work and indomitable will—forged a singular agreement that allowed Israel to keep peace with its Arab neighbors for nearly four decades and, more importantly, to use that halcyon time to advance economically and transcend the Arab nations in military and technological strength, creating a world where today Israel no longer has to fear a traditional military attack by any Arab enemy. That agreement, Carter’s 1979 Camp David accord with Egypt—one of the great triumphs of American diplomacy in the 20th century—saved Israel from the main existential threat that had shadowed the Jewish state since its founding in 1948. Does that sound like the legacy of anti-Semite?”

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