Avoiding an American Ambush

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It works out that US President Barack Obama is a man of heartfelt, long-held principles. It also works out that his principles are divorced from reality and unresponsive to any facts that contradict them.

 

 

This much was made clear by a New York Times report on Sunday which discussed a recently “rediscovered” 1983 article Obama published in a student magazine on the subject of nuclear disarmament when he was an undergraduate at Columbia University.

 

 

Obama’s article, “Breaking the war mentality,” was ostensibly a feature story showcasing two student organizations that advocated a freeze in the US’s nuclear arsenal. But the young Obama didn’t hesitate to use his platform to make his own, even more radical views known to his readers. As he put it: “The narrow focus of the Freeze movement, as well as academic discussion of first- versus second-strike capabilities, suit the military-industrial interests, as they continue adding to their billion-dollar erector sets.”

 

 

Citing a Rastafarian reggae musician as his foreign policy authority, Obama ruminated, “When Peter Tosh sings that ‘everybody’s asking for peace, but nobody’s asking for justice,’ one is forced to wonder whether disarmament or arms control issues, severed from economic and political issues, might be another instance of focusing on the symptoms of a problem, instead of the disease itself.”

 

 

As one of the freeze advocates explained gently, contending with “the disease itself” was an unachievable goal since “you’re not going to get rid of the military in the near future.”

 

 

THERE IS NOTHING shocking about Obama’s embrace of radical politics as a college student. Particularly at Columbia, adopting such positions was the most conformist move a student could make. What is disturbing is that these views have endured over time, although they were overtaken by events 20 years ago.

 

 

Just six years after Obama penned his little manifesto, the Iron Curtain came crashing down. The Soviet empire fell not because radicals like Obama called for the US to destroy its nuclear arsenal, it fell because president Ronald Reagan ignored them and vastly expanded the US’s nuclear arsenal while deploying short-range nuclear warheads in Europe and launching the US’s missile defense program while renouncing the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.

 

 

On Monday Obama arrived in Moscow for a round of disarmament talks with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev. According to most accounts, while in Moscow Obama plans to abandon US allies Ukraine and Georgia and agree to deep cuts in US missile defense programs. In exchange, Moscow is expected to consider joining Washington in cutting back on its nuclear arsenal just as the likes of Iran and North Korea build up theirs.

 

 

Of course, even if Russia doesn’t agree to scale back its nuclear arsenal, Obama has already ensured that the US will slash the size of its own by refusing to fund its modernization. In short, Obama is working to implement the precise policy he laid out as an unoriginal student conformist 26 years ago.

 

 

BY NOW of course, none of this is particularly surprising. Since entering office seven long months ago, Obama has demonstrated that his guiding philosophy for foreign affairs is that the US and its allies are to blame for their adversaries’ hostility toward them. All that needs to happen for peace to break out throughout the world is for the US and its allies to quit clinging to their guns and religions and start apologizing for their rudeness. In furtherance of this goal, Obama has devoted himself to putting the screws on US allies, slashing America’s defense budget and embarking on a worldwide tour apologizing to US adversaries.

 

 

The basic reality that the US is being led by a radical ideologue who clings to his views in the face of overwhelming proof of their falsity is the most fundamental fact that world leaders must reckon with today as they formulate policies to contend with the Obama administration. This is first and foremost the case for Israel.

 

 

Since the Netanyahu government took office three months ago, the Obama administration has placed inordinate pressure on Jerusalem in a bid to coerce it into making massive concessions to the Palestinians. These concessions are demanded not for peace, but simply for the sake of placing pressure on Israel. Obama wishes to pressure Israel to show his good intentions to the Arabs and Iran.

 

 

TO DATE, Obama’s loudest demand has been to officially prohibit all Jewish construction in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria. Although the demand is intrinsically bigoted, illegal and immoral, and although the consequences of the expulsion of all Jews from Gaza in 2005 show that Israeli land giveaways and ethnic cleansing bring war not peace, the Netanyahu government has opted not to get into an open confrontation with the administration on the issue.

 

 

Instead, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his government have sought to treat Obama’s offensive as a routine disagreement between otherwise close allies. Rather than defending the principles of Jewish national, legal and human rights and the country’s right to security, Netanyahu has sought to reach an accommodation with Obama by reducing the discussion to a conversation about the inevitable natural growth of Jewish communities due to expanding families.

 

 

But what Obama’s slavish devotion to his radical world view shows is that Netanyahu’s decision to seek an accommodation is not simply an exercise in futility, it is a recipe for disaster. Obama and his advisers do not care that Jewish fertility rates are the fastest rising in the world. They do not care that by arguing for a complete halt in “natural” growth, they are effectively adopting a eugenics argument the likes of which no US policy-maker has dared to advance since before the Holocaust. They are looking to fight because they believe that the US is best served by fighting with its allies – particularly with Israel. Any concession Netanyahu makes will just form the basis for the next round of demands.

 

 

Far from seeking an agreement with Obama, Netanyahu should realize that given the president’s ideological rigidity, there is no agreement to be had. Instead of trying to resolve the issue, Netanyahu’s goal should be to prolong discussions until Obama finds someone else to pick on.

 

 

Rather than making wrongheaded concessions to Obama on Jewish population growth in the vain hope of mollifying him, Israel should go on the offensive on issues where it has something to gain from a confrontation. Two specific issues – aside from Iran’s nuclear program – should be raised in this regard.

 

 

FIRST, IN recent months the Obama administration has applied massive pressure on Israel to remove its military forces from Judea and Samaria, curtail its counterterror operations and allow US-trained, anti-Israel Palestinian military forces to deploy in the towns and cities. Rather than openly oppose these demands, in the interests of cultivating good relations, the Netanyahu government has gone along with the program. This it has done in spite of the fact that the Palestinian forces now deploying throughout the areas have a history of participating in and supporting terror attacks against Israel as well as terrorizing their own people.

 

 

Last week the government quietly announced that the IDF is pulling out of most Palestinian population centers and turning the keys over to these hostile US-trained forces. This was a mistake.

 

 

In the weeks to come, the government should bluntly and publicly discuss and protest Fatah political and military leaders’ continued support for terrorists and terrorist attacks against Israel. Netanyahu and his government should also detail human-rights abuses Fatah personnel routinely carry out against Palestinian journalists, businessmen and other civilians. The administration should be forced to defend its decision to empower these corrupt, terror-supporting brutes at the expense of Israel’s security, and to force US taxpayer
s to foot the bill for its cockamamie priorities.

 

 

THE SECOND ISSUE is US military aid. For years Israel’s detractors have pointed to this aid as “proof” that Israel is a strategic burden for America. But in recent years, and particularly since the Obama administration took office, it is becoming increasingly clear that US military assistance may be a greater burden for Israel than for the US.

 

 

On Sunday The Jerusalem Post reported that the Pentagon has forced Israel Aerospace Industries to back out of a joint partnership with a Swedish aerospace company to compete in a multi-billion dollar tender to sell new multi-role fighters to the Indian air force. And as the Post reported, this is the second major deal the Pentagon has forced Israel to withdraw from in the past year. Last summer it was forced to bow out of a $500 million tender to supply the Turkish army with a new main battle tank. In both cases, US firms were competing in the tenders and the Pentagon threatened that Israeli participation would risk continued US-Israeli cooperation.

 

 

Today the Israel Air Force faces the prospect of not having a new-generation fighter. The Pentagon has placed so many draconian restrictions on its purchase of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, and raised the price so high, that it makes little strategic or economic sense to purchase it. So too, last week the Israel Navy announced it has decided to explore the option of building its own warships rather than buy one of two competing US naval platforms as planned because the US contractors’ costs have gone up so high. The Navy is also taking into consideration the fact that by building domestic platforms, it will provide needed employment to shipyard workers.

 

 

All in all, both in terms of pure economics and in terms of the massive and constantly escalating restrictions the Obama administration is now placing on Israeli use of US technologies and munitions, maintaining US military assistance makes less and less sense with each passing day.

 

 

Were Israel to initiate a conversation about cutting back on this assistance, it would be able to ensure that the talks take place on its terms. Moreover, given the fact that Israel may indeed be best served by simply ending its military assistance package, the risk involved in such discussions would not be particularly earth shattering. Finally, by making clear that it is not dependent on Obama’s kindness, it would be expanding its maneuvering room on other issues as well.

 

 

What Obama’s radicalism tells us is that he is not a man who is moved by rational discourse. He is not a man who is willing to be convinced that he is mistaken. But even in these dire circumstances, Israel is not without good options for securing its interests vis-à-vis Washington.

 

 

To do so, Jerusalem must first understand that it gains nothing from making concessions to a president bent on picking a fight with it. Then it must recognize that there are issues where a confrontation with Obama can serve its interests. Finally it must pursue those issues with energy and passion.

 

 

Originally published in The Jerusalem Post.  

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  • Jana Rene Funkhouser 07/06/2009 at 18:01

    Dear Caroline,
    Since Barak Obama took office, the worst nightmares of conservative, christian, Israel-supporting citizens have come true. It is my hope that Netanyahu will stand apart from Obama and lead Israel away from this deadly American administration.
    Sincerely,

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  • Marc Handelsman, USA 07/06/2009 at 18:02

    Eventually, US military assistance to Israel, and other countries will be greatly curtailed or eliminated. Israel needs to develop a robust domestic military industry that will provide additional business opportunities. The international arms market is lucrative, and the big players know it. Israel has the know-how to take existing technology to the next level. Someday, Israel might not have spare parts available from the US for its fighter aircraft fleet. And for Israel to remain superlative, it should sell its armaments to countries that are in its best strategic interest.

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  • Marcel 07/06/2009 at 18:42

    ‘Since Barak Obama took office, the worst nightmares of conservative ‘
    This nightmare started way back in the summer of 2002 when the fake conservative Bush became the first President to call for a Palestinian state.
    Please stop drinking the kool-aid, Obama is just finishing what the Bush,Clinton,Bush Oligarcy started.
    F.M. Lieberman has been locked in the deep freezer and replaced by Ehud surrender n’ retreat Barak and we are served lies as to why.
    I guess it’s easy to pull anything off on the Israeli citizens and get away with it.
    Now why would Bobo send the retreater Barak instead of the Foreign Minister if he wasn’t groveling to Obama and the E.U., if he really stood for something ?
    This move was one in a long string of appeasment since Netanyahu took office.
    He’s allowed the fatah terrorist police in Judea and Samaria one thousand Kalishnakov’s this week alone.
    He’s worse than Olmert when it comes to dealing with Hamas.
    Netanyahu’s point man ,the leftist retreat and surrender Defenseless Minister immediately promised Obama’s Israel surrender point man George Mitchell that. Israel would evacuate 23 ‘illegal’ outposts in the West Bank in a matter of weeks or months, as opposed to years.
    Netanyahu has proven to be Tzipi Livni in a dress and wig.
    So what we have in Netanyahu is ;
    A. a weak leader who stand for nothing except a good speech and photo op.
    B. an Israeli Manchurian Candidate who goes along with the globalist and their New World stinking Odor
    C.another Jewish kapo glad to sell out his people and nation in exchange for a nice condo in Manhattan
    D. a crafty, slick politician who conned the Israeli right wing voters for a second time.
    E. Ariel Sharon on a diet
    F. all the above
    The U.S. has been squeezing Israel for a long time and Israel’s political cowards and losers keep bending their knees like the slaves they are.They can not lead and only follow orders from the new despots who match the nazis in telling the Jews where they are permitted to live .
    Never Again is happening again becasue Israel keeps electing weak and faithless leaders who always fail.
    There sould be outrage against Bobo for what he has done but the neutered Israeli sheep headed for slaughter climb aboard the cattle cars again without a fight or resistance.
    The slick Kapo Netanyahu has done his job well.
    In 2006, the IAI lost a $2 billion South Korean Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) tender after the US imposed technological and commercial restrictions, which prevented Israel from meeting the terms of the tender.
    In 2003, the US opposed a $1 billion AWACS contract between Israel and India, citing India’s stance against the US war in Iraq. The US offered Israel $1 billion in US military goods to back down from the agreement. However, Israeli officials speculated that the US may have opposed the deal for commercial reasons.

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  • Marcel 07/07/2009 at 11:34

    Israel ,the land of the castrated Jews,where the men have been turned into fearful women,especially their leaders.
    What will BoBo do now that his god has changed the light from green to red ?
    ‘Sources close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told The Washington Times that the premier is hesitant to request formal U.S. approval to launch military operations against Iran for fear that Washington would turn him down’
    The cowards who rule Israel have also been too fearful to demand that their friend and ally release Jonathan Pollard from his excessive time in prison.
    Israel keeps electing fearful,faithless, groveling cowards to lead them,a reflection of the nation
    They are leading you to disaster.
    The fear of man brings a snare,
    But whoever trusts in the LORD shall be safe.
    Many seek the ruler’s favor,
    But justice for man comes from the LORD.
    Proverbs 29
    Abu Yusef, a member of the PA’s Chairman own security unit – Force 17, has an unambiguous view of the American military training of the Palestinians: “The operations of the Palestinian resistance would [not] have been so successful and “would not have killed more than 1,000 Israelis since 2000, and defeated the Israelis in Gaza without [American military] trainings,” he boasted in an interview in August 2007. “All the methods and techniques that we studied in these trainings, we applied them against the Israelis,” he said.
    Abu Yusef explained that the American training helped the Palestinian forces to better snipe “at Israeli settlers and soldiers.” The special intelligence training they received from the U.S. instructors helped them “collect information on the movements of soldiers and settlers… the best timing to infiltrate our bombers inside Israel.” Abu Yusef specified: “We used weapons and we produced explosives, and of course the trainings we received from the Americans and the Europeans were a great help to the resistance.”
    YOU’VE BEEN SNARED, IDOL WORSHIPERS WHO BOW TO YOUR FALSE gOD ON THE POTOMAC

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  • C. Ne'eman 07/07/2009 at 16:02

    I also belive we should make our own planes and ships, but I do not believe we should sell military hardware to other nations.

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  • Robert Belvedere 07/07/2009 at 19:59

    1) Bravo. You understand Tiberius Obamacus better than most do here in The United States.
    2) Mr. Obama is not that bright in a creative way, just skillfully, and he accepted without question the multi-cultural and Marxist propaganda he was taught in school. We have all seen the straight A, advanced-placement student who is a straight A, advanced-placement student because he or she is very good at memorizing all the bromides taught in class and able to regurgitate them exactly as those teachers with second-rate minds want to hear them spoken and written.
    He is profoundly bright, skilled, sly, and able to absorb facts like a superior sponge, but it appears that he has never really questioned the premises of the ideas that have been fed to him. Such men are convinced that they are above average in a unique [key word] and outstanding way. This feeling gets repeatedly re-enforced by the teachers, mentors, friends, relatives, and allies around them. This type of person has not been challenged nor has had his intelligence questioned in any serious way. Therefore, faced with no challenges to justify and defend what he believes in, he comes to believe of himself as near-omniscient. That makes this type of person very dangerous to those over whom he has power and unreliable to his friendly neighbors.
    3) On the subject of ‘clinging’…
    During last year’s campaign, The Anointed One said: ‘You go into some of these small towns in Pennsylvania, and like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing’s replaced them. And they fell through the Clinton Administration, and the Bush Administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not. And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.’
    If you want to know what the those on the Left are doing in a particular situation, just look and see what they’re accusing the Right of doing. You’ve heard of ‘The Big Lie’, this is ‘The Big Deception’.
    [Quoted from and linked to your essay at: http://www.thecampofthesaints.com/2009.07.05_arch.html#1246975813852 ]

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  • Baruch 07/07/2009 at 22:56

    Dear Caroline,
    The logical progression of Zionism is that all Jews should identify themselves with Israel regardless of their physical location. Simply because there is relative peace and prosperity in other countries in which Jews inhabit is not in itself a reason for denying this intimate, historic relationship.
    Things change and alas there is a new king in America, and he is one who does not possess the same perspective as his predecessors. It is increasingly important that Jews understand that this phenomenon has been repeated throughout history, and by placing their trust in foreign powers they are playing with fire.
    Your articles cry out for action, and in fact they should. The story of Jewish liberation is fundamental to everyone whether they realize it or not. In an odd way, those who propose ideas founded in “progressivism” are in fact revisiting age old questions once again. If history is any indication of the future, Jewish solidarity that is rooted in the land, the history, the culture, and the belief system which has evolved throughout generations despite setbacks, will continue to set the standard upon which history itself is observed.
    The unique nature of being a Jew is both an act of humility and strength, character and understanding, history and the present. To bring these seemingly conflicting values to bear in the present tense requires steadfastness of spirit and a constant reminder from right minded individuals as to the true purpose of our existence on this planet.
    Congratulations again on a fine article. I admire your writing, and I am convinced that you speak both from your heart and your mind. Do not despair, as Israel will continue to grow and evolve on its own without regard to rulers past and present, who rise up quickly like grass and are rapidly forgotten in the ash heap of those who tried and failed before to change the past by bending the future to their will. We are living in history, and we are creating it at the same time. Your words crystallize and clarify this concept very well.
    Thank you very much.

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  • John B 07/08/2009 at 4:09

    Congratulations again, on your insight.
    History has never followed words or wishful thinking but reality on the ground. The reality on the ground right now would seem to be that Israel as a Jewish state is distinctly expendable as far as the powers-that-be are concerned. There is a new world order, or should that be New World Order, in the making and western classical liberalism (western civilization) is being thrown to the wolves and Israel with it. It seems there is no room for Israel, as a Jewish state, in that Order – as your previous column, (Israel’s democratic challenge) clearly indicates retired Supreme Court president Aharon Barak, would appear to be aware.

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  • Ron Grandinetti 07/08/2009 at 8:58

    The logical progression of Zionism is that all Jews should identify themselves with Israel regardless of their physical location.
    Baruch
    You are correct, I have said on this site and others often enough “No matter where you reside, if you are Jewish you are connected to Israel by tradition, heritage and by G-d”
    I also believe the good life for many Jews in the US has somewhat disconnected them from Israel.
    Caroline is always on track and I would like to see her syndicated throughout the US as I am sure she could rally American Jews to the cause of Israel.
    She could be the spark needed to bring all the Jewish organizations together and as one voice put pressure on this administration to support our friend Israel.
    This administration is not a friend of Israel and we’re stuck in this mold until another election as this one is self-destructing and let’s hope we don’t go with it.
    What’s upsetting is Obama has no problem supplying Egypt with military hardware and has cut back on Israel.
    In the whole Middle East there is one true democracy, a defender of freedom, trusted ally and friend, who, of course Israel.
    The rest are run or governed by gangsters, terrorist, human rights violators and supporters of terrorism.
    Guess who Barak Hussein (Muslim) Obama wants to throw under the bus?
    By the way in essence he made a fool of himself in Russia. Putin scolded Obama and Barak refused to acknowledge the US was a major factor in bring peace to Europe.

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  • Roy 07/08/2009 at 10:28

    Ms. Glick, you are a great statesperson for Israel and for all freedom-loving, rational people everywhere. Thanks for your efforts,and please continue to publish columns like the one above. No where in the US can one find such insightful analysis of Obama’s intentions toward Israel and his true anti-Israel agenda. As an evangelical Christian in the US, I assure you that my thoughts are representative of millions of Israel-loving Christians. By the way, America has and is paying dearly for its leaders’ harmful actions toward Israel. We were not stupid when we saw the US pressure Israel over Gaza evacuation, only to see our New Orleans emptied a week later. And this is only one of many examples. Keep up the good work, Ms. Glick.

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  • Billy Bumhole 07/08/2009 at 10:30

    Please understand this is just how I see it, and may have no factual basis whatsoever. However it appears to stand to reason.
    The US, having removed itself from the gold standard, and out of economic necessity outsourced it’s manufacturing base, is, as a nation, an expendable commodity. Even as a valuable consumer base, there may be, in the near future, if not already, better marketplace options.
    Right now the US dollar does not appear to be propped up by anything other than hope.
    Therefore it makes sense to make peace with everyone, otherwise someone might see how weak the situation is. It also makes sense to normalize the curious relation with the Saudi’s, amid a backdrop of “spreading democracy” as well as other lies.
    The lies have started to fall apart for quite some time now, from Kuwait in 1991 to today. Yet I still see no evidence of honesty from the White House.
    I can only shake my head in disbelief. From the last Bush, not a military man, security man, or even a sucessful businessman, to this.
    Perhaps this is what it is supposed to feel like when an entire system gets flushed down the toilet.
    But I “hope” I’m wrong. Not in the Obama way, but my own.
    Thanks.

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  • Marcel 07/08/2009 at 10:48

    Baruch ,why do you never mention Israel’s only hope ? History does indeed repeat.
    2009-Israel,slaves to Pharoah again.
    The people of Israel left their God and went to another to find peace with their enemies.
    They never found peace, instead they found themselves under the thumb of a hard taskmaster who told them they could not live and build on the land the God of Israel had given them in victory over their enemies.
    He also told the no longer free people to surrender daily to the will of their enemies and who they could and could not do business with and how many homes they could build and where.
    The people were under great delusions of peace and in great denial refusing to face or admit their new status under their ‘protector’ American god.
    The people became slaves to their new god who stole their land and controlled them by green and red lights. The majority of Israel became comfortable with their false god and easily settled in to their new calling of being slaves.They saw themselves as grasshoppers and had always hated the Holy One of Israel in their hearts.He had too many laws to follow and this new god was much more tolerant and lawless.
    Their new god was more permissive and as long as they obeyed his will however queer and perverse they were and the people could live like the pagans around them in their shrinking ghetto’s. The faithless idol worshipers who chased after false gods did not deserve the land the Holy One of Israel had given them .
    The 2009 crop of Israeli slaves were content for a short time with their Pharoah Obama until they they fell dead like their ancestor grasshoppers who were rescued from Egyptian slavery.
    They had the same thing in common ,they loved their idols because they could do as they pleased and needed not follow the laws of the God of Israel.
    They could be as perverse as the nations they imitated and followed.
    There will be no peace for the idol worshipers who follow the Road Map,only death.

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  • beniyyar 07/08/2009 at 12:07

    I agree that Barack Obama’s understanding of international events and dynamics is sadly lacking much contact with reality, and especially so regarding the Middle East and Israel. Indeed, his antagonism towards the Jewish State is truly abominable and was very likely informed by his shallow and incoherent college New Left experiences and there is now no doubt whatsoever that he is looking for a showdown with Israel. Just remember that this is exactly what David Landau,the former editor of Haaretz newspaper and the Jerusalem Post proposed in rather coarse language to the then Secretary of State Condaleeza Rice just last year, that Israel must be “raped” into making peace with the Palestinians.
    I raise this event in order to make the point that many of the problems and misunderstandings between America and Israel are the direct result of Israeli government inconsistency. Many Americans and many American Jews were horrified, and to this day, remain confused by the Rabin embrace of the PLO leader Yassir Arafat and his acceptance of the Oslo Accords and then a decade later, the Sharon Disengagement from the Gaza Strip and the Northern Shomron. Both Rabin and Sharon were considered to be the top security men Israel had, and yet both made monumental security mistakes which were self evident at the time that we Israelis are still paying for. If Israeli governments had behaved in a more logical, sensible and consistent manner, standing up to Arab terrorists rather than unilaterally appeasing them, even now the American Christian and Jewish Communities would be howling for Obama’s blood for his heavy handed attempt to confront and discredit Israel while at the same time trying to curry favor with the Arabs at Israel’s expense.
    Remember how Tzipi Livni, when she served in the Sharon government, recommended imprisoning the parents of children who opposed the disengagement for child abuse, and removing their children to institutions as a punishment for their opposition? Or how she recommended setting up concentration camps in the Negev to hold those planning on opposing the Sharon expulsion? Well, Tzipi is now the leader of the opposition to the present government and is fully supportive of the Obama confrontation with her own country thus sending Obama and his cronies the message that many Israelis support his hostility towards Israel.
    Yes, Barach Obama is obsessed with hammering Israel into what his radical Leftist, shallow, and puerile thinking demands, and while he got there largely on his own, he and his kind have had a lot of Israeli help.

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  • BigB 07/09/2009 at 5:47

    The basic reality that the US is being led by a radical ideologue who clings to his views in the face of overwhelming proof of their falsity
    But you fail to mention what ideology he subscribes to in a radical manner. islamism is the best theory to explain Obama’s manner of dealing with then jewish dhimmi.

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  • Marcel 07/09/2009 at 7:58

    ‘ The basic reality that the US is being led by a radical ideologue who clings to his views in the face of overwhelming proof of their falsity’ C.Glick.
    ‘ But you fail to mention what ideology he subscribes to in a radical manner ‘ Big B.
    Who better than a marxist who is friendly to Islam for the architect’s of the NWO to put in power ?
    Their brilliant scheme of killing two birds with one stone,bringing down the U.S. and help bring the Islamic world into the Babel 2 World Order Gov. is moving fast like they want it to.
    Ever wonder why western governments go out of their way to accomodate the moslems and not Israel ?
    The phony Republican John McCain was never supposed to win as he played the fall guy not so well.
    Who couldn’t see thru him except for the idiots and the CRon’s.
    Even the pope knows how to play this throw Israel over the cliff for the sake of global unity game.
    Nobody has the guts to ask why Israel since before Clinton ALWAYS surrenders to demands which threaten the life of the nation,why every Prime Minister has allowed himself and the nation to be intimidated,manipulared and abused ?
    The answer no one wants to face is a spiritual one.
    It is not political !.Likud ,Labor or Kadima or the religious parties who go along with the lie land for peace do not make a difference ,they are all ZERO when it comes to faith in the Holy One of Israel
    Without faith it is impossible to please God.
    God is not please with faithless Israel.
    The false prophets and poseurs of our day push the delusion of another election after our North America Hugo Chavez takeover and the end of the Republic under the black Hugo tenure.
    After the election when Bush 2 replace the leftist Clintion things got worse for Israel not better.
    It dosen’t matter who the globalist CFR elites make President ,the idiots who vote will still think they had a choice.Every election since Bush 1 has been rigged by the New World Order gangsters and only ISRAELI stooges are permitted to become Prime Minister and thats why the sham Netanyahu is a zig-zagger,another Sharon,Olmert,Livni when you peel away the surface layer.
    When the media government complex controls everything and marginalizes those who could effect real chang we have already been take over and our freedom is gone.
    The U.S. if it survives will have civil war,revolution before there is another presidential election.
    http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2009/cbarchive_20090707.html
    http://www.newswithviews.com/Evensen/greg141.htm

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