Friday, September 14, 2012

Arab Spring Sprung Out of Control

Leftist media, politicians, ideologues led by the Obama-Clinton government lauded the riots that heralded what they dubbed "Arab spring," but the truth is that the demonstrators rioters were not innocent, well-meaning human and civil rights activists.  They were dangerous, violent anarchists and worse.

The citizens of those Arab countries are not enjoying new freedoms and western-style democracies.  It shouldn't surprise anyone who actually paid attention; life is hell, yes, even more hellish than before.

Egypt, which had been a strong ally of the United States now isn't thanks to the Muslim Brotherhood and Morsi as well describe in this Tablet article.

Ruthie Blum, expert in the Carter-Obama-Carter foreign policy disasters tells more about what's happening in Iran and how totally oblivious the United States is to reality.  (Shades of Jimmy Carter, nu?)

Iran’s useful idiots in Washington

On Sunday, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave an interview to Bloomberg Radio, in which she reiterated Washington’s position on how to best prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. Negotiations, she said, are “by far the best approach.”
This should not have come as a surprise to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is used to being snubbed by the administration of President Barack Obama. Nor did anyone else – least of all the regime in Tehran – fail to note that Clinton’s dismissal of “deadlines” and “red lines” was aimed directly at Israel.

United States President Barack Hussein Obama and his Secretary of State Hillary (still wannabe president?) Clinton are still refusing to admit that sweet-talking aka "negotiating" with the Iranians is the worst way to stop their nuclear weapons program.  They are fixated on 1950's failed child psychology methods.

Listen to Frank Gaffney response to Obama's nomination speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. hat tip Israel Matzav

Hillary Clinton actually admits that she hasn't a clue but refuses to take responsibility and admit personal failure.
Today, speaking about the despicable and stomach-wrenching attacks by Islamists on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and our embassy in Cairo, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked: “How could this happen in a country we helped liberate, in a city we helped save from destruction?”
 That single line is the most damning indictment of Hillary Clinton’s State Department that could ever be penned. It demonstrates her complete lack of knowledge about the region, her failure to anticipate security threats, and worst of all, her willful ignorance about the Islamists that she and President Obama trusted to take over Libya and Egypt.
The United States Embassy in Yemen was attacked and how did the Americans react?

How can people still refer to the United States of America as a world power?

Damage at the US consulate in Benghazi. 13 Sept 2012
Widespread damage was caused when the US consulate in Benghazi was stormed
11 September
1. US embassy in Cairo attacked, flag torn down and replaced with an Islamist banner
2. Mob attacks US consulate in Benghazi, US ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans killed
13 September
3. Protesters break into the US embassy compound in Sanaa, Yemen, amid clashes with security forces
Further violence reported in Cairo
Does the USA really want or need another four years of Barack Hussein Obama?


Anonymous said...

No we don't need Another
4 years of this leftist president.We need of someone's the shade of the IsraeL Prime Minister.


Dov Bar-Leib said...

We need it. We need the Left Coast to be cleared out during the coming war. a million refugees seeking shelter in the Shomron. And lo and behold, we need most of all after the refugees return home, only Kadima, Labor, and Meretz voters since 2006 will have lost their homes. Dear G-d we need this in order for our little insane asylum here in Eretz Yisrael to finally become a home with normal spiriually healthy decent human beings. May the Good L-rd play Pesach with the missiles. Only yeshuot for sane people, spiritually sane people. And I am sure after this event, my view of Migron on the next hill from my kitchen window will return.

Dov Bar-Leib said...

follow up comments

Dov Bar-Leib said...

In short those who vote for others to lose their homes should lose their own homes. Everyone else should be spared this misery. Amein. Say this prayer three times per day.

Batya said...

Dov, too bad they can't feel the pain of others.

Dov Bar-Leib said...

It is precisely because they cannot feel the pain of those that they have forced to suffer because of their votes that they deserve to suffer. Sorry, fun and games is now over. I have lived here for nine years, and what I thought was Ahavat Yisrael has suffered serious damage. And it is not Chinam. They literally hate me and you for living 50 miles or less away from them and for putting a crimp on how much the world loves them. What they failed to take into account is how much I have learned to dislike them. I never intended this when I moved here. But after nine years, I have given up on their wamsy pansy Teshuvah. Their time is up. too much pain. too much putting the Palmer murders 20 minutes into their tv broadcasts. The day in and day out lack of common decency is astounding. It is now pain time since they have not realized their lack of common decency over the course of this time. B'itah redemption is not pretty. We missed the kinder gentler Gog W. Bush way because we could not be decent enough to feel each other's pain.

By the way, since you asked believe it or not Obama is actually leading in the battleground states even if the total national vote is a virtual tie. Add in a few votes from the cemeteries in Cleveland and Philadelphia and a potential world war, Obama has it in the bag. Then we really get to see the 11th horny dude take a temper tantrum. He will try to divide Jerusalem, but we knew this was coming one way or another. I do pray that no one is killed, but as far as losing one's home, if you actually voted to destroy the homes of others, what did you expect? Candy from your god, World Public Opinion?

Batya said...

not 50 miles, even less than 10

It's not Obama who rules here in Israel. We have the power! We just must use it.

LondonMale said...

Dov Bar Leib

I pray that no Jew loses their home. I pray that the Geulah happens a different way, with Rachamim, that somehow Moschiach comes without the war, or that somehow lost tribes return and need space to live in the Shomron. Can all left wing voters be truly held accountable for the Migron evacuation? Was the election held solely on the mandate of living in the West Bank? Who knows how many left wing voters have served in the IDF and been in combat situations with Arabs and have therefore saved many Jewish lives?

I wish you and all writers and readers of this blog Gmar Hatimah Tova.

Dov Bar-Leib said...

Rachamim is part of the equation when all the suffering in Jewish history is taken into account. So much can easily be forgiven after 2000 years of bitter tears. Chillul Shabbat, Chillul Shmittah, eating treif, the list of what can be easily forgive with Rachmanut goes on and on. So the real tests of this generation are basic tests of common decency. If Jefferson and Adams were here for the test of 5765, my guess is that they would have passed it with flying colors. Yet, we failed the test miserably. In short G-d is not expecting great depth in understanding the fine points of Shmittah from the Klal in our time. But to not be able to feel the pain you inflict upon your neighbor? With all of our historical pain, we can't feel the pain that we cause others? That is to be just set aside? There is no cost to that? Are we fooling ourselves that a just and compassionate G-d will just overlook this basic moral lapse by not correcting it? I notice you are from London (a guess from your moniker). I am from America. Before 2003 I lived 7000 miles from the heat of the spiritual war taking place here. I have witnessed the drumbeat of the Erev Rav's victories day in and day out, along with the glee of their victory marches and parades. One cannot live here and not be affected by this. There has to be an end to this intense evil, but I cannot envision how this can take place without recompense for the people that they have hurt and the lives that they have managed to destroy. Anyone who votes for Kadima, Meretz, and most Labor voters know precisely what they are voting for. They are the chorus seeking to destroy Jewish life in Yesha for the purpose of engendering international good will which might if they are lucky last for 48 hours for each act of dehumanizing their fellow Jews in Yesha. So every 48 hours they need to find another korban. One day it is reporting the Palmer murders 20 minutes into their tv broadcasts. Another day it might involve destroying the military career of one Shalom Eisner for hitting an anarchist in the face with the butt of his rifle. On one occasion it might mean demonizing one man, but often like with Migron it involved demonizing a community of 50 thriving Jewish families and then destroying their synagogue for good measure. There is no forgiveness for this without compensation. No one has sought the forgiveness of the people whose lives have been ruined. Since when does any Jewish view of Rachmanut ignore the need to pay up to the victims that you have hurt (or to at least seek their forgiveness). Very little of this has taken place. So we have the audacity to ask G-d to forgive what the victims themselves have not forgiven? Please elaborate.

Batya said...

Remember that we're not perfect. Man has the gift of free will. It's a struggle to do the right thing.

LondonMale said...

Dov Bar Leib

Thank you for your response, I am aware that you are of American origin because I read your own interesting blog. Yes I am British from London, England, though also hold Israeli nationality. I understand what you argue, though ask for mitigation because I cannot be certain that all left wing voters know exactly that they have voted for the West Bank (and Gaza) to be cleared of Jews. There are some who may have voted left wing because they are concerned with the economic difficulties in Israel. Maybe they did not even think about Migron? Not perfect action, but possible. Maybe they lost relatives to the Arabs and their desire for peace, and end to bloodshed, is represented by a desire for a two state solution. I am far from an expert on Israeli politics, but right now the PM is Bibi. Is he not Likud? Yet the Migron evacuation happens under his Premiership. If and when the next round of Gog U Magog intensifies, I just believe Hashem will judge us on more than who we voted for, even if that vote was contentious.
Perhaps someone votes left wing and desires that there is Palestinian rule over the West Bank, but that Jews be allowed to live there, and in Jordan, and carry out mitzvot? A rare viewpoint, but one I encountered from a friend who was an IDF combat regiment veteran.
For the record I am in favour of a Palestinian state, but not in Eretz Yisrael, it has be somewhere else such as carved out of Saudi Arabia or Egypt.
Gmar Hatimah Tova

Batya said...

And why does "liberalism/Liberalsim" Leftists always refuse to recognize Jewish rights?