In his effort to show the Muslim world what a swell guy he is; our new President is sending all the wrong signals concerning his willingness to confront the Islamic state of Iran and its quest for weapons of mass destruction. While Obama’s is a more politically correct and hip foreign policy it’s also an act of ostridge like stupidity as he hides his head in the sand while Israel is forced to act unilaterally against the psychotic state of Iran. Obama cares about America’s image in the world more than he cares about a regional war where oil shipments are disrupted long enough to plunge the world into a catastrophic meltdown of economic and governmental structures. Someone should explain the kind of damage riots in the streets can do to his reelection campaign before a regional war, potentially a limited nuclear war in the middle east can come to fruition.
Even the king of Saudi Arabia was said to be cross with our “progressive” democrat messiah and essentially accused him of not having a clue of what he’s doing. Moderate Arab powers like Egypt look on in disbelief as Obama kisses the backside of psychotic Islamic extremists and ignores the position moderates like Egypt would be in if Iran joined the nuclear club. In short order there would be no more moderate Arab states in the Middle East or the moderate states would be forced to pursue their own nuclear weapons programs to retain their independence from Iran. Mr. Obama should simply announce that his main foreign policy advisor is Jimmy Carter and get it over with. The world is on the brink of a potentially catastrophic regional war in the Middle East and the president of the United States is, for all intents and purposes, James Earl Carter.
It’s well known that Democrats don’t excel at foreign policy, nor at defense policy, but with such acts of stunning stupidity from the White House it’s a sure bet that every tin-pot would-be dictator on the planet is planning offensive operations before Obama’s term is up. I guess that Barak Obama is too worldly and sophisticated to have learned the rules of the playground from the elite schools he attended.
For all the perpetual adolescents that make up the Democrat Party in the United States and who shout things like “Give Peace a Chance” I’d like to say this: “Now your baby boom stupidity is going to have real consequences because a regional war in the middle east after the recent price spikes could make such a war a jump ball for the major militaries on the planet. The law of unintended consequences is going crazy and all we’ve got is a weak baby boom, indoctrinated president, who thinks he’s real special and has lots of self esteem. God help us all! Thanks Liberals, this is going to be your war and I think it just might be a pretty bad one.
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Here’s the report from the Debka File and the URL:
Saudis also dismayed by Obama’s seeming tolerance of nuclear Iran
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report
April 7, 2009, 10:15 AM (GMT+02:00)
President Barack Obama’s declaration in the Turkish parliament Monday, April 6, that the US is not at war with Islam provided cold comfort in Riyadh and Cairo, where his drastic policy shift of détente with Tehran, first revealed by DEBKA-Net-Weekly last month, is causing jitters.
The Financial Times’ prediction that the US “may cede to Iran’s nuclear ambition” only added to the unease in the Middle East at large.
On the sidelines of the G20 summit in London, Saudi King Abdullah made his views known in a face-to-face interview with the US president on April 2. The White House communiqué reported blandly: Obama and Abdullah discussed international cooperation regarding the global economy, regional political and security issues, and cooperation against terrorism.
Iran was not mentioned. However, according to DEBKAfile‘s Middle East sources, Abdullah took the US president sternly to task over his emerging policy on Iran, Syria and Iraq, accusing him to giving the Islamic Republic free rein for its nuclear, expansionist and terrorism-sponsoring Middle East policies.
Both parties tried to keep their abrasive encounter away from the public eye and their media, although the photo attached betrays its chilly atmosphere.
The Financial Times was the first Western mainstream publication to pick up on the new pro-Iran policy trend dominating Obama’s Washington: “US officials are considering whether to accept Iran’s pursuit of uranium enrichment… discussing whether the US will eventually have to accept Iran’s insistence on carrying out the process.”
The newspaper quoted Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council as warning: “The US may still have zero as its opening position [in its dialogue with Iran], while recognizing it may not be where things stand at the end of a potential agreement.”
DEBKAfile‘s military sources fear that Tehran has been given a free run to perfect its ability to make bombs and warheads in the shortest possible time from the moment of decision.
Our sources report that the US president’s two-day stay in Ankara and his words of peace towards the Muslim world were seen in Riyadh and Cairo as ignoring the most pressing concerns of the leading Muslim Arab powers of the region.
Israeli leaders have been less reticent about their concerns. President Shimon Peres pointed out to visiting US congressmen in Jerusalem Monday that Iran has hoodwinked the entire world in its drive for a nuclear bomb whose main target would be the Jewish state; Israel’s population is short of adequate means of self-defense. Deputy Chief of Staff, Maj. Gen. Dan Harel warned that a nuclear-armed Iran would shield Middle East terror groups, so magnifying the threat to Israel manifold. But, he added, the IDF was fully capable of backing up any government decision to tackle this existential threat.
Prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu diplomatically praised President Obama for his renewed commitment to Israeli security, omitting mention of Iran in the same way as he ignored the US president’s demand for a Palestinian state to rise alongside Israel in his speech to parliament in Ankara. Netanyahu commented that his new government is in the process of formulating its policies. This left him an opening to dispute administration polices when he arrives in Washington on May 3.