Obama Well Knows What Chaos He Has Unleashed

Obama Well Knows What Chaos He Has Unleashed

By Victor
Sharpe

 

Not content with creating havoc in the U.S. economy,
setting Americans against each other, and forcing through a health reform act
which has nothing to do with health but everything to do with the redistribution
of wealth and an immense increase in governmental interference, our president
has now opened a Pandora’s Box in the Middle East.  It may well usher in a
catastrophe not seen since World War 2.

From his notorious Cairo speech to the present, President Obama speaks,
and disaster follows.  Some commentators believe that President Obama and
Secretary of State Clinton are so utterly naïve as to make themselves unable to
understand what will happen in Egypt as a result of their undermining of the
Mubarak regime.
The question is justifiably asked: Do they truly believe that the next
regime that comes to power will have the interests of the U.S. and the West at
heart?
My fear is that Obama is not naïve at all, but he instead knows only too
well what he is doing, for he is eagerly promoting Islamic power in the world
while diminishing the West and Israel, however much innocent blood will flow as
a result.
Inevitably, sooner or later, the Muslim Brotherhood will take power, usher
in a barbaric Islamist power in Egypt that will control the Suez Canal, and show
no mercy to its own people or its perceived foes.
So now we see what the present incumbent in the White House has wrought,
and so can our few remaining allies.  They must now wonder what confidence they
can ever have in any future alliance with the United States.
We should be aware of what endemic Islamic violence has wrought in the
past.  For example, assassinations of Arab leaders are not an infrequent
occurrence.  After the 1948 Arab-Israel War, the King of Jordan, Abdullah, was
murdered by followers of the Muslim fanatic, the Mufti of Jerusalem.
The Egyptian prime minister, Nokrashi Pasha, was also struck down.  The
forces behind the killings were elements of both Arab socialist movements and
the Muslim Brotherhood.  Today, in the streets of Cairo, we have an unholy
alliance of the current radical left with the same Muslim Brotherhood.
The Suez Canal is a major lifeline for the economies of Europe and the
United States.  It has been the source of political disruption in the past, as
it may well be in the near future. And the Muslim Brotherhood may soon control
it. As always, the past is our guidepost to the future.
In 1952, Gamal Abdul Nasser seized control of the Egyptian state and forged
an alliance with the Soviet Union, which provided enormous arms shipments to
Egypt.
Feeling greatly empowered, Nasser broke both the 1949 Armistice Agreement
with Israel and international law by blocking the Suez Canal to Israeli ships
and other vessels bringing cargoes to and from the Jewish state.  At the same
time, Nasser blockaded the narrow Straits of Tiran at the foot of the Sinai
peninsula, thus preventing Israeli maritime trade with the Far East and Africa.
Nasser eventually nationalized the Suez Canal on July 27, 1956.  This
illegal act threatened the oil supplies to Britain and France from the Middle
East.  The economic stranglehold on Israel became intolerable, and Arab
terrorism against the Jewish state led to many Israeli civilian deaths.
(Incidentally, Arab terrorism began long before the so-called Israeli
“occupation,” which Arab and pro-Arab propagandists now use as the excuse for
present Arab aggression against Israel.)
In October 1956, war by Britain, France, and Israel against Egypt broke
out.  Israeli forces, in what became known as the One Hundred Hours War,
defeated the Egyptians in Sinai and Gaza and broke the naval blockade.  Britain
and France invaded the Canal Zone to end Nasser’s blockade of the Suez
Canal.
Under U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Britain and France were
eventually forced out of Egypt.  This was, as future events showed, a dreadful
blunder on the part of the Eisenhower administration.  It was the beginning of
Britain’s decline as a world power.  It also led to Nasser remaining in
power.
The Egyptian dictator’s political and pan-Arab ambitions again climaxed in
1967.  Nasser again blockaded the Suez Canal to Israeli shipping and
reinstituted the naval blockade at the mouth of the Tiran Straits.
This in turn led, in 1967, to the hasty withdrawal of the U.N. buffer force
that had been in place to prevent further Egyptian aggression against Israel.
U.N. Secretary General U. Thant folded under Arab pressure and arbitrarily
withdrew the buffer force.  Egyptian armed forces then entered the Sinai,
heading for the Israeli border.
The Arab and Muslim world called then, just as now, for Israel’s
extermination, and huge mobs in Arab capitals uttered lurid threats for Israel’s
defeat and the slaughter of her people.  The world prepared for Israel’s
destruction, but everyone was astonished when in June 1967, Israel — forced to
fight a defensive war of survival — destroyed the combined Egyptian, Syrian,
and Jordanian armies and air forces within six days.
The Suez Canal and the Straits of Tiran were again open for the free
passage of Israeli ships.  Nasser fell from power and was replaced by Anwar
Sadat.  However, in 1973, the Syrian and Egyptian armies attacked Israel on the
holiest day in the Jewish religious calendar, Yom Kippur, which gave its name to
the war.
Israel was hard put to survive initially, but she gradually beat back the
Arab threat.  Sadat eventually decided that war was not an option for the time
being and chose to make peace with Israel.
Israel vacated the entire Sinai desert (95% of the territories Israel
conquered) and gave up the oil-producing facilities it had developed at Abu
Rodeis — all in return for a signed peace agreement with Egypt.  Jordan
eventually followed Egypt’s decision, but both Arab nations maintained a frigid
peace with the Jewish state.
Anwar Sadat was subsequently assassinated by members of the Muslim
Brotherhood.  His successor was Hosni Mubarak, who, for the last thirty years,
has kept control over the seething Egyptian masses and the volatile Arab
street.
Now his thirty-year rule has been fatally undermined by U.S. President,
Barack Hussein Obama, in a betrayal that is as astonishing as it is
deplorable.
It is clear to any child that a new Egyptian regime will, if not
immediately, be hijacked by the Muslim Brotherhood, which is now calling for
Egypt to prepare itself again for war with Israel and for the blockading of the
Suez Canal to American, Western, and Israeli shipping.  Obama is no fool; he
engineered this.
So, thanks to President Obama, we are back to square one with an Islamic
Egyptian regime poised to send Egypt’s massively armed army back into Sinai and
towards the Israeli border with the aim of exterminating the Jewish state.  So
much for “land for peace.”
But what economic turmoil would a new Egyptian Islamic closure of the Canal
mean to the West?
It is estimated that slightly more than two million barrels of crude oil
and refined petroleum products flow both north and south through the Suez Canal
every day.
In 2009, for example, almost 35,000 ships transited the Suez Canal, and 10
percent were petroleum tankers.  Oil shipments from the Persian Gulf travel
through the Canal primarily to European ports, but also to the United States.
Additionally, the Sumed Oil pipeline provides an alternative to the Suez
Canal, transporting as much as 3 million barrels of crude oil from Saudi Arabia
and several Gulf states.  It amounts to up to seven percent of Europe’s oil
needs.  Since the violence erupted in Egypt, European oil prices have risen far
more than they have in the United States.
If the Muslim Brotherhood, which was founded in 1928, takes over Egypt, it
is more than likely that both the Canal and the pipeline would be shut again,
causing oil tankers to travel around the Cape of Good Hope, adding six thousand
miles to the journey to Europe alone.  Not what an economically strapped Europe
wants.
At the same time, the Brotherhood, now governing over 80 million Egyptians
and possessing a huge military, would join with a radicalized Yemen in
blockading the Bab al Mandeb straits at the foot of the Red Sea.
Add to the noxious mix the Islamic Republic of Iran, and we may well see
the closure of the Gulf of Oman, with additional disruptions of oil shipments to
the West. The economic reality for America will be catastrophic.
Under Obama’s watch, the true democratic revolution against the mullahs in
Iran was snuffed out because the American president refused to support the
demonstrators in the streets of Tehran.  In contrast, the same Obama ordered
Hosni Mubarak to leave office and let the rioters in Cairo have “free”
elections.
Following Condoleezza Rice’s naïve call for “free” and democratic elections
in Gaza, a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood (Hamas) used the democratic process
to come to power and immediately trashed all semblance of democracy by
instituting oppressive sharia law and raining thousands of missiles upon Israeli
towns and villages.
The grotesque policies of Obama have caused Lebanon to fall under Islamic
occupation, with the Iranian puppet, Hezb’allah, now controlling the Lebanese
government.  Jordan’s kinglet, Abdullah, sits on a powder keg whereby his throne
is under increasing pressure from violent members of the same Muslim
Brotherhood.
So there you have it.  Islam increasingly holds Europe, America, and what
is left of the free world in its clutches…and the left cheers it on.
Let me close with the words of  Michael D. Evans, New York Times
bestselling author of Jimmy Carter: The Liberal Left and World
Chaos
:
It’s no coincidence that Al Baradei showed up in Cairo only two days after
the uprising began and was immediately named a negotiator by the Muslim
Brotherhood. In fact, he had been waiting in the wings for quite a
while.
He’s on the board of an organization headed by George Soros and Zbigniew
Brzezinski called International Crisis Group. Brzezinski is the same man who
supervised the fall of the Shah of Iran in 1979.
Another board member of the ICC is one Javier Solana. Solana is one of the
most powerful figures in the European Union. Because of Solana’s Marxist
sympathies, and his support for the regime of Cuba’s Fidel Castro, Solana was on
the USA’s subversive list.
Former U.S. National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger, who once smuggled
incriminating documents out of the Clinton White House [editor’s note: the
documents were smuggled out of the National Archives] by hiding them in his
clothing, is another Board Member, as is General Wesley Clark, once fired from
his NATO command.
Mohamed El Baradei also sits on the ICC’s Board and thus, seeing the hand
of George Soros along with the other players who for so long have plotted
against the West and Israel, the Islamists are joined
together.”
Update: Clarice Feldman writes:

The ICG site has now updated his
membership
as a board member.
Mohamed El Baradei
Mr. ElBaradei suspended his membership from the Board of Crisis Group
concurrent with his January 2011 return to Egypt.
Director-General Emeritus, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA);
Nobel Peace Prize (2005)

What, one wonders, will
history say of the foreign policies of Barack Hussein Obama?

Victor Sharpe is a freelance writer and author of Volumes One
& Two of
Politicide: The attempted murder of the
Jewish state
.

 

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