Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a rousing and passionate speech to the U.N. General Assembly on Friday. Not only did he say that every member should have walked out on Ahmadinejad after he suggested 9/11 was an American conspiracy, but he also laid out why the peace process hasn't worked -- mainly because the Palestinians have sabotaged it -- and worked in criticism of the United Nations in general.
"Palestinians want a state without peace," Netanyahu said, sporting his normally-relaxed and engaging posture. "You should not let that happen."
Below we have included some of the best moments from "Bibby's" speech.
On why everyone should have walked out of Ahmadinejad's speech:
Bad press is better then a good eulogy:
On why the U.N. is the "theater of the absurd:"