Monday, September 07, 2015


The current migrant crisis in the EU was created by Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

You don't believe it?

In 2011 Libyan dictator Moammar Qadhaffi predicted it:

Earlier in the day, Khadafy played the race card on TV, warning Europe that if he falls they will be deluged by hordes of illegal African immigrants.
"There are millions of blacks who could come to the Mediterranean to cross toFrance and Italy, and Libya plays a role in security in the Mediterranean," he told the France 24 television station.
"Libya may become the Somalia of North Africa, of the Mediterranean," Khadafy's son, Seif, added. "You will see the pirates in Sicily, in Crete, inLampedusa. You will see millions of illegal immigrants. The terror will be next door."

 When Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama decided to take out the Libyan dictator (was it because he had gone from anti-American to pro-American?), they opened up the pathways to Europe.

And by coddling the Iranians and their client, Bashir Assad, Obama encouraged the vicious war in Syria, which displaced millions.  Michael Gerson writing in the Washington Post:

For four years, the Obama administration has engaged in what Frederic Hof, former special adviser for transition in Syria, calls a “pantomime of outrage.” Four years of strongly worded protests, and urgent meetings and calls for negotiation — the whole drama a sickening substitute for useful action. People talking and talking to drown out the voice of their own conscience. And blaming. In 2013, President Obama lectured the U.N. Security Council for having “demonstrated no inclination to act at all.” Psychological projection on a global stage.


What explains Obama’s high tolerance for humiliation and mass atrocities in Syria? The Syrian regime is Iran’s proxy, propped up by billions of dollars each year. And Obama wanted nothing to interfere with the prospects for a nuclear deal with Iran. He was, as Hof has said, “reluctant to offend the Iranians at this critical juncture.” So the effective concession of Syria as an Iranian zone of influence is just one more cost of the president’s legacy nuclear agreement.

Never mind that Iran will now have tens of billions of unfrozen assets to strengthen Assad’s struggling military. And never mind that Assad’s atrocities are one of the main recruiting tools for the Islamic State and other Sunni radicals. All of which is likely to extend a war that no one can win, which has incubated regional and global threats — and thrown a small body in a red T-shirt against a distant shore. 

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama created the current migrant crisis in the Mediterranean.

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