November 13, 2009

The Way Liberals And The MSM…

…which, as we know, is their not-too-subtle public relations machine, get their backs up with profound indignancy, if not shock, when anyone infers, even remotely, that Barack Hussein Obama is in any way pro-Muslim, anyone who is unfamiliar with histrionics would take them seriously.

I will admit that I’m both Jewish and pro-Israel, and that I have little use for the “Palestinians”, a collective who have built up a well deserved reputation as a spawn of terrorism and a people who, as Abba Eban once said, “never miss a chance to miss an opportunity”, but even if I entertained totally neutral feelings between both the Jews and the “Palestinians”, I would have to be either completely obtuse or a bald faced liar if I failed to note that the Obama Administration is very much anti-Israel and pro-”Palestinian”.

The “Palestinians”, those fine folks who brought us Hamas.

In fact, there would seem to be a certain almost malevolent tone to Barack Hussein’s treatment of Israel, as is well defined in a column by Caroline Glick.

Once again, US President Barack Obama has demonstrated his intention of “putting light” between America and Israel. His hostility towards Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu during the latter’s visit to Washington this week was breathtaking.

It isn’t every day that you can see an American President leaving the Prime Minister of an allied government twisting in the wind for weeks before deciding to grant him an audience at the White House.

It isn’t every day that a visiting leader from a strategically vital US ally is brought into the White House in an unmarked van in the middle of the night rather than greeted like a friend at the front door; is forbidden to have his picture taken with the President; is forced to leave the White House alone, through a side exit; and is ordered to keep the contents of his meeting with the President secret.

You know, the very blatancy of this move speaks volumes.

I don’t guess the Chicago machine is what you’d call a bastion of discretion where its corruption is concerned — after all, in one of those few large U.S. cities where racketeering, graft and corruption are historically hallmarks of day-to-day reality, there is little need to try and mask what the people expect, anyway, as a matter of course.

Therefore, the Chicago Machine© product B. Hussein Obama brought to the White House is, for lack of any previous need for subtlety, is transparently obvious for what it is.

As a result, no amount of lying, nor third rate subterfuge performed under the nom de guerre of a “transparent administration” could be expected to fool anyone who wasn’t deaf, dumb, blind and brain dead — we’ve learned that nothing Obama says is worth taking seriously, that his actions will tell us the truth long before he will.

The fun part is that the mainstream media, liberal rodents that they are, will go with the program no matter what O says or does.

Knowing this, the president, feeling, I suppose, like any worthy communist party general secretary who knows he is well shielded by a strong propaganda ministry (or, in this case, the MSM), charges ahead with even his most extreme agendas, including that of bringing down Israel, taking the Jewish state away from the Jewish people.

Ahead of Obama’s meeting with Netanyahu, the Wall Street Journal reported that Obama was effectively attempting to blackmail the Israeli premier by conditioning the meeting on Netanyahu’s willingness to make tangible concessions to the Palestinians during his speech before the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America.

Jumpin’ Jehoshaphat!” you exclaim.

Although the report was denied by the Obama administration, if it was true, such a move by the White House would be without precedent in the history of US relations with Israel. And if untrue, the very fact that the story rings true is indicative of the wretched state of US relations with Israel since Obama entered office.

Obama’s hostility was evident as well during his meeting with fifty Jewish leaders at the White House this week. In an obvious bid to split American Jewry away from Israel, Obama refused to discuss Israel or Iran with the concerned American Jewish leaders. As far as Obama was concerned, all they deserved from him was a primer on the brilliance of his economic policies and the worthiness of his plan to socialize the American healthcare industry. His foreign policy is none of their business.

Obama’s meeting with American Jewish leaders was supposed to be a consolation prize for American Jews after Obama cancelled his first public address to American Jews since taking office. The White House claimed that he cancelled the speech because his visit to the Fort Hood memorial service made it impossible for him to attend. But then the conference was a three-day affair. The organizers would probably have been happy to reschedule.

Although the report was denied by the Obama Administration…; Whose word is as good as what?

Uh oh, here’s the kicker!

Instead, as Iran races to the nuclear finish line, America’s Jewish leaders were forced to sit through White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel’s kitschy Borscht Belt schmooze about his bar mitzvah.

When you take all the above into consideration, the entire exercise was a calculated insult to Jews and Israel, a veritable slap in the face!

The ironic thing about Obama’s nastiness towards Netanyahu and his arrogant treatment of the American Jewish community is that while it has made him the first US president to have no credibility among Israelis and has caused a 14 percent drop in his support among American Jews, it has failed utterly to earn him the trust of the Muslim world.

Today the Fatah movement is in disarray. Last week its leader Mahmoud Abbas announced his intention to retire and has placed the blame for his decision on the Obama administration as well as on Israel. Key Palestinian spokesmen like Saeb Erekat have declared the death of the peace process and called for the renewal of the jihad against Israel.

As for the larger Muslim world, a report this week in the New York Timesstated that the US’s key Arab allies Egypt and Saudi Arabia have been perilously weakened since Obama took office. Their diminished influence has been accompanied by the rapid rise of Iran and Syria. Both of these rogue states have been on the receiving end of continuous wooing by Obama administration officials who seem ready to do just about anything to appease them.

And this is the president of what country? The U.S.? My country?


Read the rest of the column here.

Having read the book of Revelations before, I wonder how many Christians there are out there who think of the Antichrist in the same context as they do B. Hussein Obama…

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14 Responses to “The Way Liberals And The MSM…”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    I don’t believe that BHO is the Antichrist, but rather a forerunner of that agent of Satan.

    That said, BHO doesn’t have to be the Antichrist to do irreparable damage to the United States — and the world, for that matter.

    BHO is turning out to be even worse than I thought in my wildest paranoid moments!

  2. Seth Says:

    AOW –

    BHO is turning out to be even worse than I thought in my wildest paranoid moments!

    I know the feeling well.

    Back in the 1960s, I could never have conceived of our electing anyone like that, so completely opposed to the Constitution that his agendas, if realized, would turn the United States into little more than a third waorld shithole.

    Internationally, the mutt is playing with global security as he makes his rounds.

    The Democrats used to accuse Bush of causing alienation of our country through his policies, but now it appears that O is outdoing any previous efforts in that area, and the way he is doing so, he is making the world less safe for everybody.

  3. BB-Idaho Says:

    Confusing: far be it from me to read St. John’s mind.
    Abomination of Desolation?
    Can only note that Antiochus IV Epiphanes was so labled, as well as Arius of Alexandria, Czar Peter The Great and Adolf Hitler. Possibly a POV we note the Mormons consider Korihor the anti-Christ and the affable Jerry Falwell observed, “..he is a Jewish male, alive somewhere today..” But, I must confess I have never gotten very far when reading Revelations…
    (or Farwell, for that matter) :)

  4. Seth Says:

    BB –

    Before liberals became confirmed atheists, there were numerous misguided ones who dared accuse the late, great Ronald Reagan (Ronald Wilson Reagan, 666) of being the antichrist.

    Now, of course, they can’t do that, because referring to The Book Of Revelations would be an acknowledgement that there may, indeed, be merit to believing in G-d, and G-d forbid that a good liberal, like a good communist, believe in Him. :-)

  5. BB-Idaho Says:

    Now now ….

  6. Seth Says:

    BB –

    I won’t say liberals are confused re whether or not they believe in G-d, but actions speak louder than words and, in the abortion arena, I find it difficult to believe that anyone who could so readily condone the destruction of an unborn fetus, even to the point of pretending to believe (they are either incredibly obtuse or they are lying) that it’s anything less than a human life; Anyone willing to accept the murder of a human being before he or she has even the opportunity to be born is definitely not a believer in G-d.

    So the “pro-choice” (I don’t recall ever reading anyplace that the abortee is ever given a choice, though I suspect that it would prefer the right to life rather than a sentence of death, being nipped in the bud, as it were) folks cannot possibly believe in a creator, else they would not be so quick to murder His unborn children.

    No, when the average liberal claims to believe in G-d, he or she does so only as ammunition in an argument, ie “Of course I believe in G-d, and I know that He would not want to see one of His children born in X (name the circumstances that fit the liberal’s point in the debate) situation.”

    Now, Creationism vs. the chimpanzee. Again, there is conflict: How can the liberal say there is a creator in one breath, then claim we came from Mr. Mandrill and Mrs. Monkey in the next?

    The long and the short of it is that one major feature of the stated beliefs of most liberals is that the details of these “beliefs” change where needed to justify an argument.

    Therefore, it can be said with some degree of accuracy that they merely lie like rugs. :-)

  7. BB-Idaho Says:

    Hmm. You seem to summarise why 78% of the Jewish vote went Democrat, and why 94% of scientists are dems. Many of my friends on the right generally brush this phenomenon aside with a remark like, “well, scientists and Jews are stupid.” Is that akin to saying they “lie like rugs?” Dunno, Seth.

  8. Seth Says:

    BB –

    I’ve said a few times before that I am utterly flabbergasted by so many of my fellow Jews, a people you’d think by now would have learned from experience; They continue to follow the liberal line no matter what, including opposing the 2nd Amendment (given what happened in the 1930s & 1940s, go figure) and as such stick to every lefty agenda like glue, as though we had lemming blood infused with our own somewhere back in the darkest corners of history.

    Personally, I have little or no respect for Jews who, being in a position to know better than non-Jewish liberals how tragic the consequences of the portside approach can be, who are liberals. They are either really naive, suicidal or just plain stupid.

    As for scientists, well, what can you expect?

    If we accept that the earth and everything on it was created by a deity, it doesn’t leave a scientist much wiggling room when he/she is angling for all those juicy research grants. :-)

  9. BB-Idaho Says:

    My understanding of Jewish liberalism pretty much falls in line with Dennis Prager He understandably reaches the wrong conclusions. :) As for scientists,
    you may be right: if Genesis trumps all the ‘ologies,
    science ceases to exist. Like the good ol Dark Ages.
    Heh, small wonder both groups fear the far right. :)

  10. Seth Says:

    BB –

    I think Prager is spot-on.

    So many of my fellow Jews are pretty naive, aren’t they? And we’re supposed to be really smart!

    As for scientists,
    you may be right: if Genesis trumps all the ‘ologies,
    science ceases to exist. Like the good ol Dark Ages.

    Heh, small wonder both groups fear the far right.

    Well put, LOL!!!!

    Of course, they should be scared; really, really scared… :-)

  11. civil_truth Says:

    Hey Seth, long time since I’ve perused my old favorite sites - have been spending most of my blog time at RedState. However, I couldn’t resist the lure.

    Were I to interpret Revelations from a premillenial, Dispensationalist viewpoint (which I basically do not accept, but this is the theological framework in which Hal Lindsey and the Left Behind fiction series operate), I would observe: 1) Obama is not the AntiChrist, but 2) Obama could be key in ushering the AntiChrist should he succeed in taking down American and removing it from international political relevance, because 3) America is notably absent from the end-times narrative.

    (Curiously, #3 seems to be ignored by most end-times sensationalist authors, perhaps because the implications are a rather scary if thought about.)

    Thus far, nothing Obama has done has surprised me.

    And I also think I understand why so many American Jews are Democrats, though in todays world, this fossilization of allegiance could well prove the ticket to a second Holocaust.

  12. BB-Idaho Says:

    So you guys are pushing the Dark Ages thing? :)

  13. Chuck Says:

    Civil Truth and BB-Idaho,

    Seth called me awhile ago and told me that when he tried to respond to your comments late yesterday and earlier today, the web access at his location was on what he called “the fritz”.

    He sends his apologies for the delayed response and will rectify this as soon as he is enabled, hopefully by tonight or early tomorrow.

  14. Seth Says:

    Civil Truth –

    Hey, thanks for coming. :-)

    this fossilization of allegiance could well prove the ticket to a second Holocaust.

    That’s exactly what I mean, you’d think that one generation would somehow benefit from lessons learned and passed down from previous generations, instead we see a hereditary lemminglike effect.

    As regards O, I was reading Holder’s remarks concerning the upcoming trials in NY of KSM and friends, and while I wasn’t particularly surprised, I was sort of distressed that our country has gone so far downhill in its leadership pool.

    BB –

    The Dark Ages thing, LOL.

    Someone like Obama, in the position he’s in, could easily bring about some early “Revelations” style action, or more probably be one of the reasons it’s triggered in Southwest Asia.

    He’s certainly the best prospect for being the man responsible for plunging the world back into the Dark Ages. :-(

    They don’t call him Barack Hussein for nothin’, y’know.