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Monday, January 20, 2014

Even Obama admits it

Even President Hussein Obama now admits that there's unlikely to be an agreement between Israel and the 'Palestinians' on his watch. Nor is there likely to be one with the Iranians.
Obama told me that in all three of his main initiatives in the region—with Iran, with Israel and the Palestinians, with Syria—the odds of completing final treaties are less than fifty-fifty. “On the other hand,” he said, “in all three circumstances we may be able to push the boulder partway up the hill and maybe stabilize it so it doesn’t roll back on us. And all three are connected. I do believe that the region is going through rapid change and inexorable change. Some of it is demographics; some of it is technology; some of it is economics. And the old order, the old equilibrium, is no longer tenable. The question then becomes, What’s next?”
 But he keeps pushing ahead like he's the messiah anyway.

 What could go wrong?

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At 12:05 PM, Blogger vidur's blog said...

Muslims everywhere are not amenable to persuasion or any form of negotiation or accommodation as the world community has been mollycoddling them hoping they will reduce their aggressive agendas and join the mainstream thought in the societies they live in.In their exclusivity in their outlook that begins from their sartorial uniqueness to their singularity in mode of worship for which they insist on the promulgation of the regressive Shariah law to insulate them from rational and modern laws that the rest of the world follows. Being a faith that has no room for persuasion but only blind obedience to diktats, only a tough stand will make them fall in line. Obama doesnt have it in him to take them head on going by his expressions of genuflection before the King of Saudi Arabia which leads in instigating Muslims everywhere continue with their intransigence.

At 7:34 AM, Blogger Someperson12345 said...

Noticed how even after all these years, the President still insists that the Iranian conflict and the Syrian (!) conflict, are "connected" to the Israeli-'Palestinian' one?


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