Thursday, November 17, 2011

Israeli Prime Minister is experienced and qualified

When it comes to achievements in life, not to many Presidents in this country, not to mention others, reach the sole of Netanyahu, and just for that he deserves a lot of respect as opposed to Hussein Obama or Monsieur Sarkozy.

So this is the Israeli Prime Minister who the eminently experienced and qualified Barack Hussein Obama trash-talked about to the French (the French!):

1949: Born – ONLY Israeli Prime Minister born in State of Israel
1967: Graduated High School: Cheltenham (Pennsylvania)
1967-1972: ENLISTED in Israel Defense Forces
Served in elite commando special forces unit, SAYERET MATKAL, specializing in operations behind enemy lines
War of Attrition 1970
Hostage rescue of Sabena Flight 571 in 1972
1972-1976: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S. Architecture
1973: Returns to Israel as IDF Captain in Yom Kippur War
1977: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.S. Business Management
1976: Discontinues PhD in Political Science at MIT and Harvard when his brother, Yoni—the Commander of the Raid on Entebbe, is killed in the raid
1977-1982: Boston Consulting Group/Rim Industries Ltd.
1978: Forms Yoni Netanyahu Anti-Terror Institute
1980: Author- International Terrorism: Challenge and Response
1982-1984: Deputy Chief of Mission, Israeli Embassy, Washington, D.C.
1984-1988: Israeli U.N. Ambassador
1986: Author- Terrorism: How the West Can Win
1988-1993: Member of Knesset
Deputy Minister, Foreign Affairs
Chief Liaison to U.S. in 1991 Gulf War
1992: Author- A Durable Peace: Israel and Its Place Among Nations
1993-1996: Likud Party Chairman
1996: Author- Fighting Terrorism: How Democracies Can Defeat Domestic and International Terrorism
1996-1999: Prime Minister
September 24, 2001: First Anti-Terror Expert called before Congress
2002-2003: Foreign Minister
2003-2005: Finance Minister
2004: Israel’s 3-year recession turns around to 4.2% expansion
2006-2009: Member of Knesset
2009 - : Prime Minister
Commonly estimated I.Q.: 180

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