Thursday, June 6, 2013

Barack Obama's True Middle East Policy

Today Samantha Power was nominated to become the Ambassador to the UN by King President Barack Hussein Obama.  It will be her positions on topics that will be our voice at the United Nations.  A voice that has stated this:

Obama advisor calls for the invasion of Israel

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President Barack Hussein Obama’s nominee for United States ambassador to the United Nations gave a highly provocative interview in April 2002 in which she said that "external intervention" may be necessary to prevent "genocide" and "major human rights abuses" in the "Palestine/Israeli situation".

Responding to a hypothetical question, Samantha Power, who was named to replace ambassador Susan Rice, said if given the opportunity she would advise the president to sacrifice billions of dollars of aide to the Jewish state, allocating the funds instead “the new state of Palestine.”

“In the Palestine-Israeli situation, there’s an abundance of information and what we don’t need is some kind of early warning mechanism there,” she said, in response to a question regarding how the United States should monitor a situation in the Middle east which may be “moving toward genocide.”

“What we need is a willingness to actually put something on the line in service of helping the situation, and putting something on the line might mean alienating a domestic constituency of tremendous political and financial import. It may more crucially mean sacrificing or investing literally billions of dollars not in servicing Israel’s military but actually investing in the new state of Palestine, investing billions of dollars it would probably take also to support what I think will have to be a mammoth protection force,” she said.

“You have to go in as if you are serious. You have to put something on the line and unfortunately the imposition of a solution on unwilling parties is dreadful,” she continued to state.

Power, a longtime adviser for President Obama, left the administration in February but was considered the favorite to replace Rice at the U.N.

She worked on his 2008 presidential campaign and was senior director for multilateral affairs and human rights during the president’s first term in office.

I wonder how many US troops she is willing to see killed?  1,000?  5,000?  50,000?  I wonder if she will be putting her own blood on the line or does she really care about who will be fighting this war for her?

 When Obama was elected in 2008 I said that he would find a way to finish the job his idol Hitler started.  And with this appointment he is well on the way to fulfilling that desire.

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