Sunday, September 01, 2013
100,000 Deaths in Syria are basically Obama's fault
When Barack Hussein Obama delivered his confessional address at Al Azhar University in Cairo, and forced the Egyptian government to allow the Muslim Brotherhood to participate in that event, and in the political life of the country, he unleashed the forces of radical Sunni extremism throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
The revolts in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, and Syria were the result of the change in American policy symbolized by Obama's appeal to radical Muslims.
Whether the result of ineptitude or of a deliberate policy to upset pro-American governments in the region, the Obama administration conferred legitimacy on the Salafi and radical Sunni elements - including those inspired by, ideologically identical to, and allied with Al Qaeda - and set in motion the protests and guerrilla actions that led to the Syrian civil war.
Obama started it. The results are embarrassing, even to a narcissistic sociopath and to the self-congratulatory and hypocritical sycophants who surround him. They now seek to launch a salvo of cruise missiles to wash their hands of the guilt associated with the civil wars they encouraged.
But in their calculations, the actual interests of the American people, of the Western world, and of world peace do not have any importance. Truly, "they sow the wind and reap the whirlwind." (Hosea 8:7.) "The plant has no stalk and its bud yields no grain. Even if there's a harvest, foreigners will gobble it up."
Posted by Punditarian at 10:57 AM