Thursday, April 15, 2010

Like it or not? Obvisously he doesn't

For those paying attention, there were powerful subliminal messages being put forth this week in Washington by this administration. Not the least of which were that our president remains recalcitrant and apologetic that America remains a powerful nation. And that Israel continues to be a thorn in the side of the direction that Barack Obama intends to take the world as it concerns Islamic radicalism and the middle east.

America beware.....

Obama Speech Signals a U.S. Shift on Middle East

When Mr. Obama declared that resolving the long-running Middle East dispute was a “vital national security interest of the United States,” he was highlighting a change that has resulted from a lengthy debate among his top officials over how best to balance support for Israel against other American interests.

It was just a phrase at the end of President Obama’s news conference on Tuesday, but it was a stark reminder of a far-reaching shift in how the United States views the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and how aggressively it might push for a peace agreement.

Call it a phrase if you like, but what we are witnessing is a quantum shift in US policy as it concerns Israel and the middle east. And IMO, this shift is a harbinger of terrible things to come in the very near future.

The bible prophesied these events and speaks of the turning away and the turning against God's people in the end times. And those who cannot see that now occurring and those refusing to see the correlations between present times and bible prophesy are purposely blind and spiritually dead if you ask me.

Going through Obama's speech and commentaries on Israel since taking office only solidifies one thing IMO and that is that the United States under the control and tutelage of Barack Obama and his handlers, fully intends to leave Israel to fend for itself as it faces Islamic radicalism and terror from all sides in the middle east.

“The president is re-evaluating the tactics his administration is employing toward Israel and the entire Middle East,” said Robert Wexler, a former Democratic congressman who resigned in January to lead the Center for Middle East Peace, a Washington-based nonprofit institution that is working for a peace agreement.

“I don’t think that anybody believes American lives are endangered or materially affected by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” said Mr. Wexler, who has close ties to administration officials. “That’s an oversimplification. However, you’d have to have blinders on not to recognize that there are issues in one arena that affect other arenas.”

Not only what Obama says should be scrutinized, but also the statements of his advisors and policy people should be closely examined for both intent and inference. And IMO, the message these people have been giving has been becoming clearer and clearer for the past year with every re-visitation of the middle east and Israel by this administration.

There now exists a clear American policy shift away from supporting Israel and toward supporting the Palestinians and that change is palpable. And as such, America will continue to sit on it's hands while Iran finalizes it's production of nuclear warheads and prepares their use against both Israel and America.

So remember what was going on in 2010, once the missiles begin to fall in the next two years and the bombs are detonated on American soil. I sincerely hope that those Americas who survive will remember who was responsible for it.

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