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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Obama plans to destroy Israel?

Sultan Knish lays out what he says is the Obama administration's plan to destroy Israel. Unfortunately, it is all too plausible (Hat Tip: Doris M).
Obama's people have studied the problem and understand where Carter went wrong. Obama does not want to have the same image problems as Carter in the Jewish community. Should that happen, the Beloved Leader and his lapdog press are fully prepared to unleash a Chavez style hate-on targeting American Jews. But that would be inconvenient and messy. Even with the changing face of America, there are significant differences between the average American and European or Venezuelan, and what kind of ugliness they are willing to tolerate. So Obama's people have split their attention in handling the two factors as two different problems.


While outwardly courting Jews, Obama's people have also been quietly shoving Jewish organizations and their leaders into a corner. Within the Jewish organizational world there has been a silent but deadly takeover of major Jewish groups by left wing radicals. Former alumni of the far left wing and anti-Israel groups like Breira or Coname in the 70's have been elevated to key positions in such organizations as the UJA Federation. Behind the scenes any Jewish leaders who expressed even doubts about Obama during the primaries were intimidated and silenced.

Much as with conservatives, a list has been drawn up of those figures who can be won over, and those who cannot. The ones who can be won over are described as "moderates", the ones who cannot be won over are described as "extremists".


While intractably hostile to Israel, the Obama Administration wants to avoid the kind of public confrontations that marked the Carter and Bush Sr administrations. Instead they would much rather model the way that the Clinton Administration waged a quiet war against Israel, removing one government, and forcing extensive concessions to terrorists, all the while keeping a happy face pasted on the whole affair.

On the one hand that means avoiding harsh public attacks on Israel, but keeping the pressure up for Israel to make extensive far reaching one sided concessions, to accept Saudi and Arab League "peace plans", to legitimize Hamas as the new government of the Palestinian Authority, and to insure that Israel does not reply to any rocket or terrorist attacks.

There are two forms of quiet leverage that the United States has on Israel, the first is financial and the second is military.
Read the whole thing.

Unfortunately, this post fits right in with the other events of the day. You can't say I didn't warn you.


At 1:21 PM, Blogger Ashan said...

I totally agree with Sultan Knish's assessment. Hussein showed signs of his islamofascist sympathies and disdain for Israel before the election, but tried to keep it under wraps. After the election, the wraps have been peeling away very quickly. Hussein and his gang are extremely dangerous. They will prove to be lethal, if Netanyahu doesn't quickly build a base of resistance. He might look to India (which is feeling equally threatened), Australia, Canada and China.

Take a look at an article in WND from Feb. 08, where his pro-Arab/"Palestinian" stance is out there for all to see: Obama raised funds for Islamic causes (http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=57341)
A few items:
1. "I remember personally introducing [Obama] onstage in 1999, when we had a major community fundraiser for the community center in Deheisha refugee camp in the occupied West Bank. And that's just one example of how Barack Obama used to be very comfortable speaking up for and being associated with Palestinian rights and opposing the Israeli occupation," Abunimah said."

2. "[Obama]came with his wife. That's where I had a chance to really talk to him," Abunimah recalled. "It was an intimate setting. He convinced me he was very aware of the issues [and] critical of U.S. bias toward Israel and lack of sensitivity to Arabs. ... He was very supportive of U.S. pressure on Israel."

3. "According to quotes obtained by Gulf News, Abunimah recalled a 2004 meeting in a Chicago neighborhood while Obama was running for his Senate seat. Abunimah quoted Obama telling him "warmly" he was sorry that "I haven't said more about Palestine right now, but we are in a tough primary race.

"I'm hoping when things calm down, I can be more up front," Abunimah reportedly quoted the senator as saying."

At 3:44 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

I think Sultan Knish is right and one can only hope Benjamin Netanyahu can see what is now afoot in Washington. Israel is going to have to begin relying less on America and more on the G-d of Israel. That is her only chance.

At 5:26 PM, Blogger R-MEW Editors said...

This has been noted here and elsewhere but for me, the most revealing sign of Obama's thinking, loyalties, and agenda was his choice of Abbas for the first leader phoned following the inauguration. Not Gordon Brown, not Sarkozy, not Harper, not Putin, not even UN Secretary Ban -- but the Holocaust denying and Munich massacre mastermind Mahmoud Abbas.

Like a man who wins the Nobel Prize and immediately phones those most precious to him -- his wife or parents -- with the news. It was as if Obama was saying, "I'm in and now that I'm in power, you are my priority".

At 12:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

carl, you are treading close to the edge here

why dont you start reprinting opionions posted on the freeper sight

ya...obama is a marxist, communist, socialist, fascist and wants to be hitler

and ashan...worldnet daily is no real source...they are one step above the weekly world news


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