Thursday, February 21, 2008


Obama prefers to be nothing more than a poseur playing the role of the perpetually victimized black man with a Muslim name.

So is Barack Obama really a stealth Muslim masquerading as a Christian? That all depends on what your definition of "is" is.

"When a nation is filled with strife, then do patriots flourish." ~ Laotze
--Lao at *

The following is from (Beckwith)*

Zbigniew Brzezinski had been the national security adviser for Jimmy Carter--one of the most dedicated enemies of Israel and Jews, in the pay of Islamics

Two weeks after Obama name[d] Zbigniew Brzezinski as his Chief Foreign Policy Advisor, Brzezinski arrive[d] in Damascus, Syria, to begin talks with the terrorists and political assassins of the Assad regime.

The visit was not coordinated with America's embassy and w[as] not covered by the press, although Syrian press accounts said the delegation would visit Syria's president, Bashar al-Assad; vice president, Farouq al-Sharaa, and foreign minister, Walid Mouallem.

Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY) commented, "I remember thinking, 'Why are we listening to him?' (Brzezinski) He was the national security adviser for Jimmy Carter 30 years ago. He proceeded to talk to us about Iran, and I said, 'Let me see, didn't the ayatollahs come to power, didn't we have this problem when you were in the White House?'"

Brzezinski was also the great promoter of Islamic fundamentalism, which he celebrated as the greatest bulwark against Soviet Russian communism. Using the Islamic fundamentalists, Brzezinski hoped to make the entire region between the southern border of the USSR and the Indian Ocean into an "arc of crisis," from which fundamentalist subversion would radiate into Soviet territory, first and foremost into the five Soviet republics of central Asia, Azerbaijan, etc. It was in the service of this Islamic fundamentalist card that Brzezinski first helped overthrow the Shah of Iran, and then insisted that the replacement could be no one else than Ayatollah Khomeini. Obama's not even elected and he's already kissing the ass of terrorists.

Was it a recommendation of Zbigniew Brzezinski to bring Robert Malley, another anti-Israel foreign policy expert, onto Obama's foreign policy staff?

Malley's father, Simon Malley, was born to a Syrian family in Cairo and at an early age found his métier in political journalism. Simon wrote thousands of words in support of the struggle against Western nations. In Paris, he founded the journal Afrique Asie; he and his magazine became advocates for "liberation" struggles throughout the world, particularly for the Palestinians. Simon Malley loathed Israel and anti-Israel activism became a crusade for him -- as an internet search would easily show.

Now, his son, Robert, is following in his father's footsteps and he represents the next generation of anti-Israel activism, through his writings, that are akin to propaganda. He has written a range of pieces over the years that reveal an agenda at work that should give pause to those Obama supporters who truly care about peace in the Middle Peace and the fate of our ally Israel. He is best known for a controversial series of articles in 2001 blaming Israel and exonerating Arafat for the failure of the Clinton peace efforts.

Malley is the Director of the Middle East/North Africa Program at the International Crisis Group (ICG). The ICG is funded (in part) by anti-Israel billionaire activist George Soros through his Open Society Institute. Soros serves on its Board and on its Executive Committee. Other members of the Board include Zbigniew Brzezinski (whose anti-Israel credentials are impeccable) and Wesley Clark (who called US support for Israel during the Hezbollah War a "serious mistake").

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*Note about sources for Obama material: You will not find any main-stream media (MSM) material unfavorable to Obama, as the MSM is Left to far-Left in its orientation. Therefore, whatever sources are mentioned are open to research to determine the origin of the information. I have tried to avoid unsourced material--that is, unfounded accusations of the candidate. --Leslie White


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