The father of Angelina Jolie has once again attacked the U.S. President because he has 'propagandized Israel, until they look like they are everyone's enemy and it has resonated throughout the world.'
Outspoken actor Jon Voight has taken aim at U.S. President Barack Obama again in an open letter to the Washington Post newspaper. The "Deliverance" star, who is Angelina Jolie's father, called Obama a "false prophet" in 2009 and now he's blasting America's leader for his party's foreign policies in the Middle East.
The 71-year-old Republican calls Democrat Obama, "the first American president that lied to the Jewish people, and the American people as well, when you said that you would defend Israel, the only Democratic state in the Middle East, against all their enemies."
Voight continues, "You have done just the opposite. You have propagandized Israel, until they look like they are everyone's enemy and it has resonated throughout the world. You are putting Israel in harm's way, and you have promoted anti-Semitism throughout the world. You have brought this to a people who have given the world the Ten Commandments and most laws we live by today."
"The Jewish people have given the world our greatest scientists and philosophers, and the cures for many diseases, and now you play a very dangerous game, so you can look like a true martyr to what you see and say are the underdogs. But the underdogs you defend are murderers and criminals who want Israel eradicated."
He also blames Obama for the immigration problems at home, particularly in Arizona, where politicians have marked plans to turn the state into an illegal alien-free zone. The actor writes, "You have brought to Arizona a civil war, once again defending the criminals and illegals, creating a meltdown for good, loyal, law-abiding citizens."
"Your destruction of this country may never be remedied, and we may never recover. I pray to God you stop, and I hope the people in this great country realize your agenda is not for the betterment of mankind, but for the betterment of your politics." Voight ends his rant by writing, "With heartfelt and deep concern for America and Israel, Jon Voight."