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The Terrorist Sympathizer in Chief today removed any doubt that he is a betrayer of American Standards, a Betrayer of American Allies, and willing to support terrorism, rather than the security of the United States, and her Allies.

In his Speech on Mideast Policy today President Hussein showed his allegiance to the enemies of the United States, and her Allies. He started with this:

That story of self-determination began six months ago in Tunisia.  On December 17th, a young vendor named Mohammed Bouazizi was devastated when a police officer confiscated his cart.  This was not unique.  It’s the same kind of humiliation that takes place every day in many parts of the world -– the relentless tyranny of governments that deny their citizens dignity.  Only this time, something different happened.  After local officials refused to hear his complaints, this young man, who had never been particularly active in politics, went to the headquarters of the provincial government, doused himself in fuel, and lit himself on fire.

In this statement he glorifies the act of martyrdom. He elevated self immolation to the equality of the actions of “the defiance of those patriots in Boston who refused to pay taxes to a King, or the dignity of Rosa Parks as she sat courageously in her seat.” In doing so he is giving the Green Light to Martyrdom as a Noble act for righteousness.

Never mind that he has wrongly interpreted the fires burning in the Middle East as a cry for Democracy rather than the organized turmoil financed, backed, and supported by Iran to create the chaos that it is. He has emboldened the act of Martyrdom.

He shows what can no longer be labeled as ignorance, or naivete, but as a willing betrayer of the beliefs and wishes of the American people. With this statement:

The United States supports a set of universal rights.  And these rights include free speech, the freedom of peaceful assembly, the freedom of religion, equality for men and women under the rule of law, and the right to choose your own leaders  -– whether you live in Baghdad or Damascus, Sanaa or Tehran.

He say’s this as Christians are attacked and killed in Egypt, as Israel is attacked on a daily basis, and as women are beat down and forced into submission.  He said this:

Let’s remember that the first peaceful protests in the region were in the streets of Tehran, where the government brutalized women and men, and threw innocent people into jail.  We still hear the chants echo from the rooftops of Tehran.  The image of a young woman dying in the streets is still seared in our memory.  And we will continue to insist that the Iranian people deserve their universal rights, and a government that does not smother their aspirations.

Yet when those events took place he was silent. Now he proposes to take American Taxpayer money to fund the very nations that wish, and are plotting our destruction:

First, we’ve asked the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to present a plan at next week’s G8 summit for what needs to be done to stabilize and modernize the economies of Tunisia and Egypt.  Together, we must help them recover from the disruptions of their democratic upheaval, and support the governments that will be elected later this year.  And we are urging other countries to help Egypt and Tunisia meet its near-term financial needs.

Second, we do not want a democratic Egypt to be saddled by the debts of its past.  So we will relieve a democratic Egypt of up to $1 billion in debt, and work with our Egyptian partners to invest these resources to foster growth and entrepreneurship.  We will help Egypt regain access to markets by guaranteeing $1 billion in borrowing that is needed to finance infrastructure and job creation.  And we will help newly democratic governments recover assets that were stolen.

Third, we’re working with Congress to create Enterprise Funds to invest in Tunisia and Egypt.  And these will be modeled on funds that supported the transitions in Eastern Europe after the fall of the Berlin Wall.  OPIC will soon launch a $2 billion facility to support private investment across the region.  And we will work with the allies to refocus the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development so that it provides the same support for democratic transitions and economic modernization in the Middle East and North Africa as it has in Europe.

Basically giving $4 Billion Dollars to nations that are plotting and carrying out acts of terror against the U.S. and it’s allies. Now the final betrayal to both an Allie and a country under siege from all sides. He had this to say:

So while the core issues of the conflict must be negotiated, the basis of those negotiations is clear:  a viable Palestine, a secure Israel.  The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan, and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine.  We believe the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states.  The Palestinian people must have the right to govern themselves, and reach their full potential, in a sovereign and contiguous state.

He backs the terrorist position to put Israel back into the vulnerable position it was in when every Arab nation aligned itself to destroy Israel in 1967. This is the equivalent of siding with Germany when it was bombing England in WWII, just as the Arabs randomly bomb Israel today.

President Hussein does not speak for the American people, nor does he speak for Congress. This plan to fund our enemies and betray our Allie was not shared with anyone. In fact when it was leaked yesterday that this was what he was going to say, the White House Press Secretary vehemently denied it.

President Husseins actions today are a betrayal of not only our only real Allie, but of the American people, and a further demonstration of his inability to do his primary job, Protect the United States and her interests.

Is he really this stupid, or an active traitor, purposefully destroying our security as he has done with our economic system? I believe both are deliberate.

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42 thoughts on “President Hussein

  1. Never mind that he has wrongly interpreted the fires burning in the Middle East as a cry for Democracy rather than the organized turmoil financed, backed, and supported by Iran to create the chaos that it is. He has emboldened the act of Martyrdom.

    Yeah, it’s obvious that the whole “Arab Spring” thingy is just a jihadist plot. They don’t really want control over their own lives and an end to despotism and kleptocracy. What they really want is another 9/11 and the annihilation of Israel and the establishment of a world-wide caliphate.

    Well if Limbaa and Fox are saying this, it must be true, right?

  2. Peter your a blind fool.

    Only an idiot can’t see the direction the Middle East is heading, the events taking place in the ME have been shown to be an assertion of Islamic barbarism through the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamass, Hezzbooha, and Fatah, and all funded and supplied by Iran.

    You follow quite well in the tradition and idiocy of Chamberlain, your just another euro fool, to filled with bile against your own nations traditions of honor and common sense, and jealousy of the US.

  3. Congratulations to Israel. They join the UK on a list of Nations who are staunch American Allies that have been stabbed in the back by the Dimocratic Obama Administration.

  4. Obama is finally coming into his own now. He has disposed of the murderous Bin Laden and has finally stood up for democracy and freedom in the Middle East and against the Israeli’s creeping annexation of the West Bank.

    At last, sir! I hope to turn out on Monday to applaud you.

  5. I’m going to say something really outrageous and offensive to many people so I apologise in advance-

    I don’t think Obama’s foreign policy is particularly bad. There are a few things I’d prefer him to do differently but the broad thrust of what is going on in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Latin America, China and Israel is about right.

    Again I’m very sorry for those offensive opinions.

  6. If Obama hates on Israel so much, how come the US where the only state to veto the UN statement condemning Israeli settlement building.

  7. Also Troll, I like your new-found concern over the Christians of the middle-east.
    They have been salaughtered in huge numbers in post-Saddam Iraq.
    What does that mean about the Iraq invasion?

    If dead Egyptian Christians undermine the legitimacy of the Egyptian protests, surely much large numbers of dead Iraqi Christians undermines the legitimacy of the Iraq invasion?

  8. Oh for goodness sake.

    First, we’ve asked the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to present a plan at next week’s G8 summit for what needs to be done to stabilize and modernize the economies of Tunisia and Egypt …

    We’re working with Congress to create Enterprise Funds …

    And we will work with the allies to refocus the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development …

    Glory to the central planners!

  9. Only an idiot can’t see the direction the Middle East is heading,

    Only a complete fool would describe the protesters as supporters of Al Quaeda. But that is Troll’s position.

  10. thank you – although i have to say Peter made an observation a few days ago that inspired me….

  11. The bit about 1967 borders is what the US government has been saying for 15 years. Why does it suddenly make conservatives (some, anyway) so upset now?

  12. There is legitimate concern that those borders are entirely indefensible now, with modern military technology.

    Unless there is a massive armed protection by a third power ( which would be the US ) and that is no basis for ” peace “. It would be an angry truce held only so long as the massive armed protection was in place.

  13. Phantom,

    Maybe so. But what’s in place now is even worse than an angry truce.

  14. >>There is legitimate concern that those borders are entirely indefensible now, with modern military technology.<<

    Modern military technology? If they are indefensible now, they were also indefensible in 1914. Modern technology – if you mean laser guided missiles, possibly with atomic warheads – means borders and size of geographical territory mean little or nothing. What is needed is a deterrant.

    That chat about indefensible borders is just another excuse for holding onto war booty. First, the borders in question are what Israel accepted half a century ago; second, a few more kilometers to the Israel's wasteline will make no difference whatsoever.

    A massive deterrent could, and would, be provided, backed up by defence alliances signed by the US, Russia, the EU, etc. That would be more than enough, and would at least guarantee Israel infinitely more security than it has now. But of course it won't be accepted by guys like Nethanyanu, as he doesn't want security as much as he wants someone else's land.

  15. Israel could take on every surrounding army at the same time and still win.

    An Istarli general a couple of years ago stated that Israel didnt even need the Golan Heights to defend itself.

    Having said that, I would have thought the land given back should remain demilitarised to assuage some legitimate Israeli concerns – as happened to the Sinai.

  16. Noel Cunningham –

    That chat about indefensible borders is just another excuse for holding onto war booty.

    Oh I don’t know.

    It was a good enough reason for most of the Left to excuse the communist empire in Europe for long enough. You can’t drop it now.

  17. I don’t think there is anyway Israel will go back to being 10 miles wide at it’s narrowest point, so “Based on the 1967 borders” would probably involve land exchanges.

  18. Pete Moore,
    “It was a good enough reason for most of the Left to excuse the communist empire in Europe for long enough.”

    LOL, apart from the fact that “most of the Left” certainly didn’t make that, or any, excuse for the SU, you will admit that the 500 or so miles from West Germany to the SU border, and in the days of mere tanks and artillery, meant something that 30 miles of flat land in the days of laser-guided missiles with multiple warheads do not.

    Ross
    “so “Based on the 1967 borders” would probably involve land exchanges.!”

    What? You’re going to get Israel to hand over some of the sacred land of Israel proper to Arabs? By Yaweh, even I wouldn’t ask or expect them to do that.

  19. no those are the same forces types that were protesting in Iran which is why assad is treating them the way Iran treats its protests, with machine gun fire

  20. you have the right to be wrong Ross, nothing offensive about that. We each view the world through our own lens.

    I find it interesting that you support Iran installing missiles in venuszuela to shoot at us here in the US though

  21. first off I am very concerned when christians are killed anywhere, number 2 you did not have those actions when Bush was commander in chief.

    Iraq is still a Muslim country, which means you will have Jews and Christians targeted and infighting between Muslim sects. The ME as a whole is peopled by fanatic barbarians.

    Iraq is no longer a threat to anyone, which they were before we moved in. Iraq has been the only real success in this war so far

  22. first off, I never said anything about al-queda, I said Iran.

    You prove yourself a fool more and more Pete

  23. NO President has ever said the 67 borders, provide a link or admit your wrong

  24. but if you read Huseins speech that is exactly what he said, your not to bright are ya Noel

  25. All this ‘worry’ about Israel needing ‘defensible’ borders. It’s pure horseshite. The documentary record clearly shows it’s the surrounding nations who need defensible borders against Israel. Hands up who here is claiming 1967 was a war forced on Israel?

  26. Israel has never expressed a desire to deny the existence of the Arab nations.

    The Arabs have very often expressed a desire to crush Israel and to drive the Jews from these lands.

    It’s not a debatable point

  27. It denied the existence of the Palestinians up until the late 70’s. It has never recognised the rights of Palestinians to a state of their own that doesn’t include demands and pre-conditions which suit Israel. And btw shall we dredge up the fact that peace and full normalisation has been on the table for Israel since 2002, if it would just stop the land theft and ethnic cleansing, and return to 67 lines. Take a guess which option Israel chose? Ben-Gurion’s startling admission about the partition of Palestine being just a ‘stepping-stone’ should inform all you hasbaristas of something you seek to ignore.

  28. And btw even the so-called dove Yitzhak Rabin spoke of an entity for Palestinians that was “less than a state”.
    The utter chauvinism of these Zionists. How much fricckin land do they want?????

  29. Old Jack Burton –

    It denied the existence of the Palestinians up until the late 70′s.

    Strangely, Israel wasn’t alone in this. Prior to the politically useful tag “Palestinians” with which to beat the Jews, they were known as Egyptians and Jordanians.

    This was back in the pre-1967 days when the West Bank was Judea and Samaria, the Gaza Strip was Egyptian and before Arafat was set up to be a useful terrorist. Strangely, these lands weren’t regarded as occupied (by Jordan and Egypt) when that is exactly what they were if the inhabitants are “Palestinian” with a right to their own state.

  30. where do you get off with that you wacko? I have always said Assad is a puppet of Iran.

  31. no you schmuck the protesters in Iran and syria actually want freedom, and our president until this week has been silent.

    your another one that’s not a very bright bulb. I guess your one of those global warming floresent bulbs

  32. Of course he is! As well as being a murdering bastard, just like his old man.

    So do you support the Syrian protestors?

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