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Obama’s revenge on Israel

Since its founding, Israel has been both a friend and ally to the United States. For the most part, every American president had treated the Mideast nation as such. I say “had” because our current chief executive, Barack Obama, is certainly not.

Whether Obama sees Israel as some sort of colonialist power, due to its continued conflict with the poor and oppressed Palestinians, or just his hatred of Benjamin Netanyahu, it’s clear he wants nothing to do with the Israelis.

Recall what Obama told then French President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2011. read more

Netanyahu’s Communications Director Calls Out Obama

by: the Common Constitutionalist

It’s common knowledge that Barack Obama is no fan of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and the same goes for Bibi’s feeling toward Obama. In fact, in my opinion, they despise each other. Barack hates Bibi because Obama is an Islamic sympathizer, and Bibi hates Obama for the exact same reason.

Of course that’s not the way it is publicly. World leaders, even ones that lead from behind are expected to maintain decorum when they speak of one another. There is no love for one another or even mutual admiration, but a healthy respect is conveyed. That’s publicly.

And I guess that public decorum is supposed to extend down the line to staff members – say to like a communications director, whom you would think would know how to effectively communicate.

But evidently, conservative commentator Ran Baratz, Netanyahu’s newly appointed communications director didn’t get the memo, as some rather ignoble comments have been discovered about our fine Israel-loving president.

His Facebook post, although written in Hebrew is translated as: “I may be a little spicy, unlike להרגליי moderates: Obama’s treatment of Netanyahu’s speech — Looks like a modern anti-Semitism in western liberal. Of course and she comes with a lot of tolerance and understanding of anti-Semitism Islamic; so much tolerance and understanding, until willing to even give them a nuke.” read more

President Obama Must Want Israel Destroyed

By: the Common Constitutionalist

Is that what I really think? No, of course not, but it did get your attention.

However by his and John Kerry’s actions, if one didn’t know better, by the agreement Obama is trying to nail down with Iran, one could easily conclude that.

Rush Limbaugh says the reason Obama thinks it’s okay for Iran to produce a nuke is to counter Israel’s nuclear dominance in the Middle East. He adds, and I agree, that the administration thinks it’s just not fair for Israel to be the only one in the region with a nuclear deterrence, just as the left doesn’t think it’s fair for the United States to be the world’s only superpower.

Now, if this was a reasonable country we were dealing with I would agree, but Iran is not a reasonable country. The rulers of Iran have countless times described their wish to destroy Israel, and this past November, a mere four months ago, Iran reiterated their belief that America is “still the great Satan.” read more

Iran’s Non-Nuclear Nuclear Program

by: the Common Constitutionalist

So with all the recent talk of net neutrality, I decided to change gears and update the readers on how World War III is going – or at least one of the factions who will be involved – namely Iran.

We all know how badly, for whatever reason, Obama wants this deal with Iran, as does the great negotiator John Kerry. We’ve heard of the desperate and pitiful pleas of our leader to Iran to get the nuclear agreement done. It’s really quite pathetic.

We also know about Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s much heralded (and maligned) upcoming speech to Congress, and that the Obamites are fit to be tied over it, actually dispatching operatives to Israel in an effort to unseat Netanyahu in his upcoming reelection bid.

But now the leftist UK Guardian, in concert with that “real news” site al-Jazeera, have released what they feel is rather damning evidence that Netanyahu has been effectively lying about the progress of Iran’s nuclear ambitions – that it’s really all about nothing.

Together, they have begun leaking secret documents. The Guardian writes: “It is part of a cache of hundreds of dossiers, files and cables from the world’s major intelligence services – one of the biggest spy leaks in recent times.”

Now, remember back in 2012 when Netanyahu stood up in front of the whole world with his poster of a bomb to show how close Iran was to achieving its nuclear goals?

Well, the “blockbuster” leaked documents show that “in a secret report shared with South Africa a few weeks later [after Netanyahu speech], Israel’s intelligence agency concluded that Iran was ‘not performing the activity necessary to produce weapons.’”

Oooohhh – Gotcha! I hope Netanyahu has some aloe vera, cause he just got burned! read more

Congress and the President Flipping Roles

by: the Common Constitutionalist

We who pride ourselves on being “in the know” have all heard that the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, will be coming to America. We’ve also heard that Obama and his minions, both in the administration and the media take this as a personal affront to both Obama and the entire Executive Branch of the government.

We know the reason isn’t the “check with me first” or the “too close to Israel’s election” excuses they are giving to Congress. It’s the fact that Obama, Kerry and the rest of the leftists hate Netanyahu.

boehner bibiIf this were some socialist or communist leader, or even the Grand Salami of Iran (or whatever his name is – I don’t care), it would probably be cool with the Bamster.

But this isn’t about Israel or Iran – it’s about the Constitution and the roles of the two branches of government – the Executive and the Legislative.

The Huff Po reported over the weekend that “The issue of a foreign head of state addressing a joint meeting of Congress is not in itself a huge deal. This would be the 115th time it occurred and would be Netanyahu’s third appearance before the body. What is a big deal, however, is that Prime Minister Netanyahu actively sought, and speaker Boehner extended, the invitation entirely behind the administration’s back…” read more

Podast – Davos World Forum and Netanyahu Speaks to Congress

Today I discuss the Davos World Economic Forum and a couple of their select speakers. It’s not the yawner it sounds like. I also discuss the flap between Netanyahu and Obama – the real reason Obama doesn’t want him here – or anywhere. read more

America Endures Rocket Attacks

by: the Common Constitutionalist

 

Imagine a time in the future when Canada’s Muslim population decides it’s tired of waiting – it’s had enough of America’s decadence and is ready to take action against us.

Their leader, Salaam al-Bakr al-Hoser-eh and his Back Bacon Brigade have been stockpiling weapons, including rockets.

On a warm summer morning, the quiet of a major city is shattered by dozens of rockets raining down on it. Areas of Detroit are demolished.

Okay… Wait… That’s a bad example and poor scouting of the Canadian terror group. In Detroit, no one would even notice the difference.

All right – how about the Vancouver-based terror group raining missiles down on the café lined streets of Seattle.

Like ISIS, the Back Bacon Brigade have actually taken over parts of Canada that border the United States and have set up their own quasi-government, and a weakened Canada is just allowing it to happen.

Well, upon hearing the attacks on the TV news, President Malia Obama calls for a press conference, where she announces that the United States will conduct controlled pinpoint attacks on the growing Back Bacon Brigade scourge. read more

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Britain and US ‘have no moral right to prevent Israel acting against Iran’

by:: , Jerusalem and David Blair of the UK Telegraph

The Israeli prime minister’s words followed a secret visit by an unnamed British official last month, who is understood to have delivered a warning from David Cameron against attacking Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Mr Netanyahu wants America to lay down clear “red lines” beyond which Iran would risk war by pressing on with its nuclear ambitions. He fears that Iran is successfully playing for time while the nuclear programme advances. In response, Mr Netanyahu is pressing Washington to impose a deadline on diplomatic efforts to resolve the confrontation.

Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, appeared to turn him down on Monday, saying publicly that America was “not setting deadlines for Iran”.

Mr Netanyahu delivered a caustic response Monday, saying that under these circumstances, no one could expect Israel to remain patient. “The world tells Israel to wait because there is still time,” said Mr Netanyahu. “And I ask: wait for what? Until when? Those in the international community who refuse to put red lines before Iran don’t have a moral right to place a red light before Israel.”

This approach would only embolden Iran, warned Mr Netanyahu. “If Iran knows that there is no red line or deadline, what will it do? Exactly what it is doing today – continuing to work unhindered towards obtaining nuclear weapons capability and, from there, nuclear bombs,” he said

The prime minister’s language will increase fears that Israel is intent on launching a unilateral strike on Iran.

Some observers see Mr Netanyahu’s threats to attack Iran as hollow, believing that Israel does not have a viable military option. They judge that Mr Netanyahu’s real aim is to ensure that the US and European powers continue to maximize the pressure on Tehran,

Peace…Right

particularly by imposing tougher sanctions.

However, his threats were taken seriously enough for Mr Cameron to send a senior British envoy to Israel to convey his concern. Sources confirmed that this official, whose identity has not been disclosed, saw Mr Netanyahu about two weeks ago. A British diplomat in Jerusalem and the Israeli prime minister’s office declined to comment.

Mr Netanyahu’s tough approach has apparently earned Washington’s displeasure, with reports in the Israeli press last night claiming that President Barack Obama has turned down a request from Mr Netanyahu for a meeting during the United Nations general assembly later this month. An unnamed Israeli official said the Israeli prime minister had been told by the White House that there was not room in the presidential schedule.

Tommy Vietor, a spokesman for Mr Obama, dismissed the report, saying that the President and Mr Netanyahu were not meeting because they would not be in New York at the same time.

However, he did not address the claim that Mr Netanyahu was prepared to travel to Washington in order to meet at the White House.

The two leaders have had a testy relationship, with Mr Netanyahu once lecturing the president in the Oval Office on the importance of US support for Israel. Obama officials have also expressed frustration at how Mr Netanyahu has consistently pressurised them to adopt an aggressive posture towards Tehran.

The US believes diplomacy can still deliver a solution before Iran achieves the ability to build a nuclear weapon. Leon Panetta, the US defence secretary, said this threshold would be reached in “a little more than a year”. He said: “We think we will have the opportunity, once we know that they’ve made that decision, to take the action necessary to stop [Iran].”

Mr Panetta told CBS: “We have the forces in place to be able to not only defend ourselves, but to do what we have to do, to try to stop them from developing nuclear weapons.”

Note from the Common Constitutionalist: They all have to go, Obama, Clinton, Panetta, et al. Diplomacy will not work with Iran. Heck, it never works anywhere with anyone. Iran will simply never stop until they reach their goal or are forced to stop.

America and the UK are willing to chatter on and wait until Israel is annihilated and then simply point fingers and blame someone else. What is Netanyahu to do? The fate of his entire nation rests on this decision. He does not have the geographic luxury to fiddle about with a bunch of idle talk. Iran is less than 1,000 miles from Israel. With one strategically placed short-range nuclear missile, Israel is effectively gone.

Frankly, they may not even wait to produce a weapon. Considering the recent alliances they have or are forging with the Brotherhood controlled countries, effectively surrounding Israel, Iran will be able to attack Israel from all sides.

Considering all that has transpired in the past few days, might the Obama and Cameron administrations see the light and stand with Israel? The short answer; NO! 

 With extermination a possibility, I wouldn’t wait either.

Anti-Israeli Administration

Obama came out and proclaimed to Israel, “I have Israel’s back”. The following film is evidence that couldn’t be further from the truth. Also, although it’s just a small point, isn’t it interesting he said, “I have” and not “We” or “America has your back”.