The hatred President Barack HUSSEIN Obama has for Israel runs deep, what with Muslim blood running through his veins and a history of associating with Israel-haters. What were American Jews thinking when they elected this man? Apparently, their liberalism trumps any loyalty to the land of their forefathers. It's becoming clearer and clearer that it is the Evangelical Christians who are the ones Israel can depend on to defend Israel, not the Jews.
No matter what Obama has on his plate, he always finds time to undermine the interests of the Jewish nation. And his disdain for Benjamin Netanyahu runs particularly strong.
Read from Liberty Pundits:
President Obama’s Campaign To Topple Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu
by Steve Schippert
"The Obama administration does not like the Israeli central government, that much is clear. And they are doing everything within their power to topple it. Here’s the story.
'The administration of President Barack Obama has launched what officials termed a psychological warfare campaign meant to topple Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Sources in the Obama Administration and the US Congress have confirmed to the Middle East Newsline that the White House and State Department have sought to destabilize Netanyahu’s government by forcing him to agree to an indefinite freeze on Jewish construction in areas taken by Israel in the wake of the 1967 war as well as the establishment of a Palestinian state by 2012. They said the campaign sought to replace Netanyahu with opposition leader and former foreign minister Tsipi Livni.
“Bibi is extremely vulnerable to pressure,” a source familiar with the White House effort said. “We know this from his first term in office and believe he will collapse this time as well.”
The sources said the administration’s strategy aimed to delegitimize Netanyahu in his government and right-wing constituency. They said Obama and his aides have sought to portray Netanyahu as a weak and unstable politician who will destroy relations with Washington as Israel seeks U.S. support for a military option against Iran.'
And if you were wondering what Wexler’s been doing these days, his landing was quite cushy.
'In April 2010, former U.S. ambassador to Israel, Martin Indyk, began a series of attacks on Netanyahu in the Israeli media. Indyk, a former assistant secretary of state under then-President Bill Clinton, has called for the toppling of Netanyahu while his right-wing partners accept a more pliant prime minister.
“Indyk was sent by Obama and encouraged by his American Jewish supporters, particularly [former Rep.] Robert Wexler, to do this,” the source said.
In January 2010, Wexler resigned from Congress to become head of the Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation. The center was founded by Obama supporter Daniel Abraham and a delegation met Netanyahu in February.'
Oh, and for the record, the Obama administration put a huge amount of pressure on Israel to create this farce:
Middle East Newline puts it this way:
JERUSALEM [MENL] — 'Israel’s military, under heavy U.S. pressure, has
overseen the formation of a special police unit to protect Palestinians from
Jews in the West Bank.'
Officials said the military has approved plans to establish a border
police force to protect Palestinians in the northern West Bank. They said
the new unit would be stationed near Nablus, an area of frequent clashes
between Palestinians and Jewish residents."
Speaking of "a weak and unstable politician", perhaps Obama should take a glance in his mirror.
It seems our president wants to disarm Israel and make the Jewish nation more vulnerable than ever to an Iranian threat. From Gateway Pundit:
Obama Administration Working With Egypt & Russia to Rid Israel of Nuclear Weapons
"Israel National News reported:
'The United States is working with both Egypt and Russia to rid Israel of its nuclear weapons, as part of a comprehensive plan to neutralize Iran’s nuclear power.
Reports of this nature are being reported in various news media. The Guardian (London) reports that the US and Russia have drafted an initiative to ban nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East, while the Wall Street Journal says the Obama Administration is considering support for a “nuclear-free Middle East.”
The Guardian adds that the proposal involves the appointment of a special coordinator to conduct exploratory talks with Israel, Iran and the Arab states, followed by a regional conference. It is to be a central issue at an anti-proliferation United Nations conference beginning Monday in New York.
According to the Wall Street Journal report, the US is strongly considering opposing Israeli nuclear weapons more strongly than it ever has before. However, the US government has, at the same time, sent Jerusalem a message designed to calm Israeli anxieties on the matter, stating that the U.S. would not take such a drastic approach before it sees significant progress in the peace process between Israel and the Arab nations.'"