Benjamin Netanyahu socks it to the UN, Iran, and Israel’s critics

Speaking in front of the UN General Assembly yesterday, Benjamin Netanyahu demonstrated that he is the only world leader with the courage to speak the truth. He not only did Israel proud, but all people who embrace liberty, freedom, and justice.

In the next clip, Bibi castigates the media “whose sense of history extends beyond breakfast table.” He also tries to explain to dim-witted how small and vulnerable Israel is.

In this clip, Bibi discusses the threat of radical Islam, and especially Iran, not just to Israel, but to the entire world.

video via The Blaze

Here is a big chunk of the speech, most of which deals with the making of peace – the history of the conflict, the facts on the ground, Mahmoud Abbas’s intransigence, and Netanyahu’s offer to begin talks immediately, right there in the UN, that very day. For the entire speech you can watch it at Rightscoop. It really is excellent.

Regarding Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech, Colonel Allen West tweeted the following: (h/t Weasel Zippers)

Ouch! But true.

Finally, this is worth reviewing. It is Benjamin Netanyahu on Glenn Beck’s show back in March of 2009. This was before Bibi became Prime Minister. Netanyahu off the cuff is even better than in the formal setting of a speech. This clip deals mostly with Iran, but there are some interesting asides as well.

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