Middle East & George W. Bush

The Middle East or Mideast is a region that encompasses Western Asia and Northern Africa. George Walker Bush (born July 6, 1946) is an American politician who served as the 43rd President of the United States from 2001 to 2009 and the 46th Governor of Texas from 1995 to 2000. 5.0/5

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Elliott Abrams, who supervised President George W. Bush's Middle East Policy, said Trump will have to navigate...
"What you need to know is that who I listen to when I need advice on the Middle East is George W. Bush." - Jeb Bush Jr. 🙆
George W. Bush on Putin: *** I'd be popular, too, if I owned NBC news."
When it comes to ideas, America seems to be made up of mugs and muggers. The mugs are the mesmerised multitude who seem to have consumed the lies of the propagandists, the media manipulators, the CIA torturers and the 'swill-of-ideas' promoted by the war-mongering neocon clique who made support of Israel, at any cost, a sacramental priority. Above all, the neoconservatives championed Israel. What followed was the artificial insemination of American Foreign Policy with infertile intellectual semen; Wolfowitz, Elliott Abraham, Douglas Feith, 'Scooter' Libby, Richard Perle, *** Cheney... some of the intellectual sperm donors who lined-up behind George W. Bush to bring mayhem to the Middle East and much of the world to boot, with a view to consolidate yet another colonial enterprise. One that titillated the Masters-Of-The-Universe dream of world dominance from within the ramparts of a ghetto-mentality that has since become the true carbon footprint of the Empire. Along the way, neoconservatives, foisting Zio ...
The Inside Story of U.S. Meddling in Israel’s Elections Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu is headed for new elections. Obama will be tempted to try to bring him down. Not a good idea. Israelis have been intervening in American politics for years. But do Americans intrude in Israeli politics? You bet we do. When John Kerry said this week that he doesn’t comment on the internal politics of other nations, he means it. But that’s not to say Washington doesn’t have its favorites or doesn’t try to influence the outcome. With Israeli elections now scheduled for March 2015, there’s no doubt who the Obama administration is rooting for: Mr. or Ms. A.B.B.—Anybody But Bibi. But the president and secretary need to be very careful here. We don’t read Israeli politics very well; and we haven’t proven very effective in predicting, let alone orchestrating outcomes. The best advice to an administration that has proven anything but sure-footed in the Middle East, particularly in dealing with Israel, is ...
Though he continues to defend his order to invade Iraq, former President George W. Bush regrets that the militant group ISIS has gotten a foothold in the Middle East. "I think it was the right decision. My regret is that ... a violent group of people have risen up again. ... This is 'Al Qaeda plus.'…
This comes from my home state and I have been hearing this for years from my friends who still live there. by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News Whoever said “beggars can’t be choosers” never met Somali Muslim refugees in Minnesota . These Muslim imports in Minneapolis are now demanding a tax-funded “halal” non-pork food shelf at a free food pantry for the poor. As if it’s not bad enough that nearly all the “American” Muslims who have joined ISIS have been Somalis from Minneapolis, their relatives here are demanding that Americans adhere to the same Sharia Laws the Islamic State fighters are trying to impose throughout the Middle East. A group of first-generation Somali Americans says they need help in developing a food shelf that specializes in healthy foods that do not contain pork or pork byproducts. “It’s about human rights also, basic human rights to get the proper food and also healthy food,” said Imam Hassan Mohamud. “Human rights”? Seriously? Their arrogance and self-entitleme ...
President Barack Obama is channeling George W. Bush in launching a new war in the Middle East. Why is Washington involved? Let Iraq's and Syria's ...
Former President George W. Bush declined to criticize President Obama’s handling of Iraq and the rise of the Islamic State, the terrorist group that has captured large swaths of land in the Middle East, opting instead to respect the difficulties associated with the office. “The president has to make…
Look it is the pagan king looking for another way to kill people in the Middle East to keep his oil pipeline and...
Another bit of deception in the news this morning (September 23, 2014) about this "so-called" partnership of US and Arab forces in the air campaign against ISIS and Khorasan is this idea that Obama is not "going it alone" against the enemy. Both Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush put together much much larger actual coalition groups in their operations in the Middle East! This pale ghost-like claim of support by Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Bahrain is the weakest "partnership" we have ever gone to war with (and NO Western nation sare volunteering to be a part of this Syrian campaign)! And, for the record, those who really believe that Qatar is actually "in" a partnership with the US against their supported Sunni groups of terrorists like ISIS deludes themselves! And finally, in the Middle East, those Sunni partners--if they ever were our partners--may not be our partners when the sun rises and the cameras roll. We have NEVER EVER gone it alone more than Barack Obama is doing now in ...
Liberal Media's View: CHILMARK, Mass. – President Barack Obama has spent less time away from the White House than his predecessors. But his two-week break on the resort island of Martha’s Vineyard and hours on the golf course have his detractors teeing up as they highlight the slew of foreign policy crises currently facing the United States. The criticism has the president’s aides confronting a question it faces whenever Obama gets away: Is there ever a good time for the commander in chief to take a few days off? Since becoming president, Obama has taken 20 vacations lasting two to 15 days. As of Friday, he has spent all or part of 138 days on “vacation.” By the same point in his second term, President George W. Bush spent 381 partial or complete days at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, and another 26 at the Bush Family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, according to CBS News reporter Mark Knoller’s widely respected record keeping on the presidency. Other recent American leaders also spent more ti ...
ISRAEL & THE MIDDLE EAST U.S. Presidents and the State of Israel On March 20, 2013, President Barack Obama will visit Israel in his first official international trip of his second term. It will be his first trip to Israel as president. President Obama will become the fifth sitting U.S. president to visit Israel. The other four were George W. Bush (twice in 2008) Bill Clinton (1994, 1995, 1996 and 1998), Jimmy Carter (1979) and Richard Nixon (1974). The unique bond between the United States and Israel dates back to Israel’s founding in 1948. Indeed, public opinion polls taken over decades have consistently demonstrated that Americans of all backgrounds support strong U.S.-Israel relations, and view Israel as a key ally of the U.S. This close relationship is based upon shared democratic values and strategic interests including the rejection of terrorism and violence. The U.S. has a great interest in the stability of the Middle East, a region that is afflicted by extremists who violently oppose the U.S., I ...
Dropped in on some right wing *** this morning: Text: So it was Obama who poured our blood and treasure down the toilet in Iraq? It was Obama who needlessly sacrificed thousands of American lives and who destroyed the bodies of countless men and women in uniform? Because I remember how George W. Bush lied us into a war of choice against a sovereign country who posed no threat to us and who had no part in the September 11th, 2001 attacks. We were told Saddam had reconstituted his nuclear weapons program. He hadn't. We were told there were high level meetings between Al Qaeda and Saddam's regime. There were none. We were told that this war would last weeks if not days and that it would pay for itself, that we would be greeted as liberators and that we would be planting the seeds of democracy in the Middle East. We were told that the Bush administration knew where the WMD were. Funny how they never turned up. Bush left Afghanistan before he finished the job there to go into Iraq leaving Osama Bin Laden al .. ...
Who's that gray-haired old guy in the Oval Office? What happened to the hopeful young man who promised all those great things in 2008? What's happened to America under Barack Obama? Our economy is still mired in a recession he still blames on George W. Bush. We've got 100 million able-bodied countrymen and women who aren't working because they can't find a decent job or they'd rather live off taxpayers. Our GDP went down nearly 3 percent in the first quarter of this year, supposedly because of the lousy weather. More probably, it was because the high cost and confusion of ObamaCare has scared the pants off the small businesses of America. Overseas, the entire Middle East is a disaster and getting worse by the day. Iraq has taken a turn for the worse in large part because Obama couldn't figure out how to handle Malaki, so he basically decided to abandon ship. Iraq is sinking into chaos and being colonized by insane religious terrorists. Syria, which has fallen off the nightly news and the front pages for s ...
For all those Republican Senators and Congressmen that want us again to get involve with the problems in Iraq here's what I say about that! Keep our troops out of there, but send them instead!!! It's very easy to put our young men and women in harm's way while you're sitting at your big ole desk in Washington playing politics! So send them all there along with George W. Bush, *** Chaney, Condoleezza Rice and Donald Rumsfeld and see how they like it!! After all, weren't they the same *** that sold us all a bill of goods (lies) about weapons of mass destruction, mushroom clouds etc., and got us into a war we shouldn't have gotten into? We've got no business whatsoever in the Middle East! We can send a million troops over there but that would never ever stop the fighting in any of those countries! All of their turmoil is about their own religious beliefs and amongst themselves (that's been going on for centuries) and we should stay out of it! in other words, mind our own business! In Iraq alone, 4,000 of ...
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The Windsor-Bush Bloodline Or why George W. Bush (is the favourite to be) President of the United States in the year 2000! I have recently been sent a series of genealogical charts which detail a bloodline and its off shoots that will be highly relevant to the readers of The Biggest Secret. I had no idea of their existence when I wrote The Biggest Secret. Yet it reads like an index of the book and most, if not all, of the major players in the advancing agenda of global control over thousands of years. These charts are stunning confirmation that the same bloodlines have expanded their power out of the Near and Middle East of the ancient world to control the planet today, precisely as detailed in The Biggest Secret. For readers of The Biggest Secret the following will prove extremely interesting: This bloodline and its offshoots includes a long line of pharaohs in ancient Egypt, including Rameses II (1295-1228 BC), who is considered to be the greatest pharaoh of all. He was his country's master architect (s ...
In 2007, the former French president, Jacques Chirac said that in the prelude to the 2003 Invasion of Iraq, the US president George W. Bush told the French president that "Gog and Magog are at work in the Middle East."[50] The French presidency consulted Prof. Thomas Römer, of the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies of the University of Lausanne (Switzerland), to understand Bush's reference. - Wikipedia he might be joking i guess! but that was a good one!
Besides flying airplanes into buildings around the U.S. during George W. Bush's Presidency to really send the message from the Middle East about exactly how they feel about the Bush Family.throwing TWO SHOES at Dubya's head isn't much better. Nothing like having another Bush in the White House to remind the Middle East why they didn't like the United States and still won't. Now Jeb Bush wants his turn too. ONE MORE BUSH TO REALLY DRIVE THE POINT HOME. Just in case we haven't got it yet and we're not too sure.we can ALWAYS put just one more Bush in the White House, giving the Republicans another crack at it. A third Bush is a charm. NO HE'S NOT. The third Bush makes a CROWD. I'm feeling claustrophobic and panicky with this third Bush threat.
On this day in 2003, President George W. Bush addresses the nation via live television and announces that Operation Iraqi Freedom has begun. Bush authorized the mission to rid Iraq of tyrannical dictator Saddam Hussein and eliminate Hussein's ability to develop weapons of mass destruction (WMD). Operation Iraqi Freedom illustrated the Bush administration's pledge to use unilateral, pre-emptive strikes if necessary against nations believed dangerous to American national security. On September 11, 2001, militant Islamic fundamentalist terrorists hijacked commercial airliners and flew them into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, killing nearly 3,000 people. Immediately, U.S. intelligence agencies stepped up investigations into Iraq's possible connection to the terrorist organization al-Qaida, which claimed responsibility for the attacks. In a January 2002 speech, Bush identified Iraq as one of several "rogue nations" that financed or trained terrorists. In addition, the Bush administration pointed to n ...
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow charged Monday that the George W. Bush administration's Middle East Policy has steered America's current security policy and response to global crises — including the one in Ukraine.
Obama to meet Jordan’s king in California desert: President Barack Obama will launch a new round of Middle East diplomacy Friday in a plush oasis in the arid California desert, hosting a Valentine’s Day summit with Jordan’s King Abdullah II. Obama and the king will swap the piles of snow in Washington for the Sunnylands retreat at the Annenberg estate in Palm Springs, to discuss issues including the pitiful torrent of refugees pouring into Jordan from Syria. The meeting will be the first of a trio of meetings between Obama and key Middle East leaders in the coming weeks. On March 3, the U.S. president will sit down at the White House for his latest encounter with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has made no secret of his skepticism over an interim deal that Washington and other world powers reached with Iran on its nuclear program. Then at the end of March, he will travel to Saudi Arabia, for what is likely to be a sharp personal reminder that Saudi King Abdullah shares Netanyahu’s d ...
NATO Needs a Southern Strategy F. Stephen Larrabee, Peter A. Wilson | January 27, 2014 In the first two decades after the end of the Cold War, NATO looked predominantly east, toward Central and Eastern Europe, Ukraine and Russia. Today it is being drawn increasingly south to the Mediterranean, Middle East and Gulf for a simple reason—this is where many of the new challenges are located. If NATO wants to avoid strategic irrelevance, it needs to give increasing attention to the threats from the MENA region and develop a “Southern Strategy.” The southern members of the Alliance, particularly Italy and Spain, have long advocated the development of such a strategy. However, their calls initially received little attention, as NATO’s top priority at the time was the integration of Central and Eastern Europe into Western security structures. Since the completion of the second round of NATO enlargement, however, the Alliance has begun to focus increasing attention on threats from the south. NATO’S SOUTHE ...
A decade after President George W. Bush declared the War on Terror, the Middle East now is in worse shape than pre-war times.
YES Fareed Zakaria nails it: Put this regional Middle East sectarian explosion at the feet of a woefully ignorant George W. Bush.
Ten years ago, U.S. air, sea, and land forces attacked Iraq. And the great goals of Operation Iraqi Freedom? Destroy the chemical and biological weapons Saddam Hussein had amassed to use on us or transfer to al-Qaida for use against the U.S. homeland. Exact retribution for Saddam’s complicity in 9/11 after we learned his agents had met secretly in Prague with Mohamed Atta. Create a flourishing democracy in Baghdad that would serve as a catalyst for a miraculous transformation of the Middle East from a land of despots into a region of democracies that looked West. Not all agreed on the wisdom of this war. Gen. Bill Odom, former director of the National Security Agency, thought George W. Bush & Co. had lost their minds: “The Iraq War may turn out to be the greatest strategic disaster in American history.” Yet, a few weeks of “shock and awe,” and U.S. forces had taken Baghdad and dethroned Saddam, who had fled but was soon found in a rat hole and prosecuted and hanged, as were his associates, “th ...
SAUDI CANCER SPREADS TO IRAQ BECAUSE OF OBAMA COVER-UP January 9, 2014 • 9:44AM The cost of Obama's dirty deal to protect the Saudi wing of the Anglo-Dutch empire by continuing George W. Bush's cover-up of the suppressed 28 pages of the 9/11 report, includes a renewed "Civil War" in Iraq, where, after more than 4,400 Americans died in the Bush-Tony Blair imperial war, Al Qaeda now controls a key part of the country. Over the weekend of Jan. 4-5, Al Qaeda in Iraq, also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or the Levant (ISIS and ISIL) took over Fallujah and Ramadi, the key cities of Anbar, the Sunni province in Western Iraq, courtesy of support from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and other Gulf financiers of the jihadi armies that have been used to fight Syrian President Bashar al Assad. And although the Iraqi military has received some equipment from the U.S. and Russia to counter Al Qaeda and has succeeded in regaining some areas with the help of Sunni tribes, the war is far from over. Middle East sourc ...
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Obama’s Fallout for the Left He will not be harmed by his “misspeaking,” but his fellow liberals will. By Victor Davis Hanson Background: Hanson is a registered member of the Democratic Party but a conservative who voted for George W. Bush in the 2000 and 2004 elections. He has been described as a neoconservative by some commentators, and has stated that: "I came to support neocon approaches first in the wars against the Taliban and Saddam, largely because I saw little alternative." Feeling that the current Democratic Party does not have a morally responsible approach to US foreign policy and no longer addresses the concerns of ordinary Americans, Hanson writes: "The Democratic Party reminds me of the Republicans circa 1965 or so – impotent, shrill, no ideas, conspiratorial, reactive, out-of-touch with most Americans, isolationist, and full of embarrassing spokesmen." On the issues pertaining to the constant political turmoil in the Middle East, Hanson emphasises the lack of individual and politic ...
This week's quote: "The myth that ‘...evil comes from outside and is associated with a group or force that attacks our group’...This myth of ‘pure evil’ is the ultimate self-serving bias, the ultimate form of naive realism...When George W. Bush said that the 9/11 terrorists did what they did because they ‘hate our freedom,‘ he showed a stunning lack of psychological insight...they did what they did as a reaction to America’s actions and impact in the Middle East.” Jonathan Haidt, in “The Happiness Hypothesis”
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REPOST: This Is Going Exactly As Planned From the Publisher, Clif Smith Exactly how hard is it to connect the dots with the national government's war on the American people? What is today's status report on the administration of President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid? Outside our borders, let us see: Russia reclaimed a major role in the Middle East it had lost to decades of competent foreign policy by Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. We are now largely irrelevant. China is developing super-capable space weapons, mass-producing ballistic missiles, new submarines, building a deep-water navy, already has a massive army (we don't really care about that - it's a long way from us, but their neighbors care). Al Qaeda grows daily and we withdraw. Israel is left dangling by a string from the charade of "moderate Iranian leadership" taking a phone call from the President. Financially, the richest are getting massively richer while the middle sinks to ...
History will be very kind George W. Bush and I believe he will be credited with some very significant changes in the m…
Obama to AIPAC, May 2011: “So make no mistake, we will maintain Israel’s qualitative military edge” (read). May 2011 – Obama’s hypocritical speech on the Middle East “The United States opposes the use of violence and repression against the people of the region” claimed Obama, while simultaneously dropping bombs on the people of Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Libya. Read statement from ANSWER coalition Director Brian Becker (Read) U.S. kills Bin Laden hours after NATO killed Gadhafi’s son and 3 grandchildren (read). It’s moments like these that some people expected Barack Obama to act differently than George W. Bush or John Mccain After killing Bin Laden, Obama could have claimed victory and announced that the wars would come to an immediate end. Instead, he’s doing what Bush or McCain would have done: Continue the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen; pronounce that Bin Laden’s death justifies all the wars; repeat the lie that 9/11 was t . ...
The Muslim Brotherhood is a creation from The Honourable East India Company and it is controlled by the Deutsche Verteidigungs Dienst and British Intelligence for the Order of Malta. Start studying the connections of the Muslim Brotherhood to the Clinton’s and the United States. The Pope’s loyal Sunni muslims are being used to attack the Shia muslims because their caliph will never subordinate to the Pope who believes he can only be the Temporal Power over the world. This is a religious war at the heart and all part of this final crusade which George W. Bush hinted at. Remember Bush says he see’s God in the eyes of former-Pope Benedict XVI. Morsi is a bleeding terrorist if the truth is known like all the Muslim Brotherhood vermin. The idea is to put this group in power all over the Middle East to aid the coming Clash of the Civilisation. How can you remove people like Gaddafi and then replace them with leaders who are fundamental Sharia law suppressing women etc which you earlier said was part of yo ...
READ & THINK I am urging everyone to read this carefully. The writer Ian Bremmer is the US diplomat who was in the run to be the Secretary of State under George W. Bush administration. The article offers an American perspective of the entire global politics. There's a lot in it for India too. It can be understood as a forewarning of greater dangers to come India's way. Please don't let the intellectual laziness of not reading long pieces get the better of you. READ & THINK From G8 to G20 to G-Zero: Why no one wants to take charge in the new global order There are three big unfolding geopolitical stories: China’s rise, Middle East turmoil and the redesign of Europe. The three countries with most to lose from these trends are Britain, Japan and Israel. This is not a G7, G8 or a G20 world. This is the era of G-Zero.- NEW STATESMAN By Ian Bremmer Published 11 June 2013 The sleeping giant of tomorrow? Brazil is rapidly expanding its global clout and soft power. Photograph: Getty Images As G8 leaders prepar . ...
Elizabeth Cheney, the daughter of *** Cheney, is an outspoken and controversial proponent of hardline U.S. foreign and domestic policies on the “war on terror.” During the George W. Bush presidency, Cheney worked in the State Department overseeing Middle East Policy. After the election of Barack Obama, she became a standard-bearer for the militarist agenda pursued by her father during the Bush years, founding a right-wing lobbying group called Keep America Safe and serving as a go-to pundit on conservative media outlets like Fox News. Shortly after it began operations in late 2009, Keep America Safe, which Cheney cofounded with the Weekly Standard’s William Kristol and support from conservative donors like Melvin Sembler, became a lightening rod for controversy. In February 2010, the group released a video that questioned the loyalty of Justice Department lawyers who had defended terrorism suspects. Defending the video, Michael Goldfarb, an adviser to the group, recklessly claimed that the lawyers . ...
The trouble with storm clouds is that when thy gather you can see their threatening formation across the skies but maybe powerless to do anything except find safety in a bunker or linger in the open to taunt destiny. In the last couple of days Kenyans have watched with growing wariness as the twin storms created by the IEBC and Mutunga have started to look ominous and threaten to bury Kenya in an avalanche of floods and mudslides that we probably will need several years to dig out of. There was a time I was one of those who vociferously opposed the ICC because of what I saw as a blatant attempt to humiliate Africans and usher in neo-colonization through the backdoor. I questioned how folk like George W. Bush could flagrantly go to war in Iraq against an express vote at the U.N. Security Council against such a move yet he wasn't hurled to the Hague for it. Why did the ICC not arrest the cowboy? Why would Americans kill thousands in the Middle East yet get off easy while Uhuru and Ruto, who allegedly killed ...
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates forcefully defended the Obama administration on Sunday against charges that it did not do enough to prevent the tragedy in Benghazi, telling CBS' "Face the Nation" that some critics of the administration have a "cartoonish impression of military capabilities and military forces." Gates, a Republican who was appointed by then-President George W. Bush in 2006 and agreed to stay through more than two years of President Obama's first term, repeatedly declined to criticize the policymakers who devised a response to the September 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, that left four Americans dead, including the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens. "Frankly, had I been in the job at the time, I think my decisions would have been just as theirs were," said Gates, now the chancellor of the College of William and Mary. "We don't have a ready force standing by in the Middle East, and so getting somebody there in a timely way would have been very di ...
On Feb. 26, 2003, President George W. Bush gave a speech at the American Enterprise Institute, spelling out what he saw as the link between freedom and security in the Middle East. “A liberated Iraq,” he said, “can show the power of freedom to transform that vital region” by serving...
On the Legacy of Hugo Chávez Greg Grandin March 5, 2013 I first met Hugo Chávez in New York City in September 2006, just after his infamous appearance on the floor of the UN General Assembly, where he called George W. Bush the devil. “Yesterday, the devil came here,” he said, “Right here. Right here. And it smells of sulfur still today, this table that I am now standing in front of.” He then made the sign of the cross, kissed his hand, winked at his audience and looked to the sky. It was vintage Chávez, an outrageous remark leavened with just the right touch of detail (the lingering sulfur!) to make it something more than bombast, cutting through soporific nostrums of diplomatese and drawing fire away from Iran, which was in the cross hairs at that meeting. The press of course went into high dudgeon, and not just for the obvious reason that it’s one thing for opponents in the Middle East to call the United States the Great Satan and another thing for the president of a Latin American country ...
Many of my black brothers and sisters may read this and pick an offence. Oh! Why is he against our governmnet?!? What does it matter if writing or speaking the truth is what will set you free mentally? Obama has just waived Bush law banning child soldiers. On October 3, 2008, President George W. Bush signed into law “Child Soldiers Prevention Act of 2008,” a law that made it a federal crime to recruit or use soldiers under the age of 15. The law also gave the United States authority to “prosecute, deport or deny entry to individuals who have knowingly recruited children as soldiers.” Recently, while most Americans were too busy spending time with their children and keeping up with the latest sporting events to worry about executive orders, President Obama removed the teeth from this law; effectively making it void in the nations most guilty. The result - thousands of children throughout the Middle East and Africa may be drafted into foreign militaries, with the full blessings of the United States. ...
WHAT GOES ON IN SYRIA? What is the reason for the United States to funding political opposition groups in Syria as well as the London-based satellite TV channel, Barada TV, run by Syrian exiles, that beams anti-government programming into the country? Has it not been Regime change in Syria on the neo-conservative wish list since at least 2002 when John Bolton, Undersecretary of State under George W. Bush, came up with a project to simultaneously break up Libya and Syria? Does MG deny this? Amongst Syria's “crimes” have been their close relations with Iran, Hezbollah (in Lebanon), the Palestinian resistance, and Russia, and their failure to conclude a Peace Treaty with Israel, unlike Jordan and Egypt; all this constituting evidence of Syria’s stubbornness to submit Assad actually appears to have a large measure of popularity, not only in Syria, but elsewhere in the Middle East. This includes not just fellow Alawites, but Syria's two million Christians and no small number of Sunnis. Which are the ...
Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - In a letter to George W. Bush, Paragraphs 8, 10-12 "...many questions about the phenomenon of Israel... Students are saying that sixty years ago such a country did not exist... I tell them to study the history of WWI and WWII. One of my students told me that during WWII, which more than tens of millions of people perished in, news about the war, was quickly disseminated by the warring parties. Each touted their victories and the most recent battlefront defeat of the other party. After the war they claimed that six million Jews had been killed. Six million people that were surely related to at least two million families. Again let us assume that these events are true. Does that logically translate into the establishment of the state of Israel in the Middle East or support for such a state? How can this phenomenon be rationalized or explained?"
Why does it seem as if America elects just the right people at just the right time? If George W. Bush, or Bill Clinton, or Grant, or Andrew Jackson had been President instead of Kennedy, we'd all be dead right now because all of those presidents would have invaded Cuba, half-cocked, trying to take over before Russia could push a button xD Kennedy realized that we were all humans and we were all needing the same things; he never demonized the Soviets like our country does to the Middle East these days. Hopefully we get a President soon who realizes that our greatest threat now is ourselves. It isn't a man in a cave on the other side of the world; it's our own greed, our own unwillingness to compromise. Kennedy may still have been alive five years ago had he not been murdered. I'm sure he would have a lot to say about how we've been as a country the last decade.
In their second terms, many American Presidents decide to strut the global stage. Richard Nixon had his overture to China. Bill Clinton became obsessed by the Middle East peace process. George W. Bush was embroiled in the Middle East war process. It
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THINGS THE GOP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT... The Deficit Has Grown Mostly Because Of The Recession The deficit has ballooned not because of specific spending measures, but because of the recession. The deficit more than doubled between 2008 and 2009, as the economy was in free fall, since laid-off workers paid less in taxes and needed more benefits. The deficit then shrank in 2010 and 2011 The Stimulus Cost Much Less Than Bush's Wars, Tax Cuts Republicans frequently have blamed the $787 billion stimulus for the national debt, but, when all government spending is taken into account, the stimulus frankly wasn't that big. In contrast, the U.S. will have spent nearly $4 trillion on wars in the Middle East by the time those conflicts end, according to a recent report by Brown University. The Bush tax cuts have cost nearly $1.3 trillion over 10 years. The Deficit Grew Under George W. Bush When George W. Bush took office, the federal government was running a surplus of $86 billion. When he left, that had tur ...
“Europe’s leaders—and all leaders—should strongly oppose antisemitism, which poisons public debates over the future of the Middle East.” –President George W. Bush, speaking at Whitehall Palace, London, on November 19, 2003. The most inane (and therefore most frequent) journalistic explanation of Oba...
ON Monday, in their final debate, Mitt Romney denounced President Obama for creating “tension” and “turmoil” with Israel and chided him for having “skipped Israel” during his travels in the Middle East. Throughout the campaign, Mr. Romney has repeatedly accused Mr. Obama of having “thrown allies like Israel under the bus.” But history tells a different story. Indeed, whenever the United States has put serious, sustained pressure on Israel’s leaders — from the 1950s on — it has come from Republican presidents, not Democratic ones. This was particularly true under Mr. Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush. Just one week before the Iraq War began in March 2003, Mr. Bush was still struggling to form a broad international coalition to oust Saddam Hussein. Unlike in the 1991 Persian Gulf war, Russia, a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, decided to opt out, meaning that the United Nations could not provide formal legitimacy for a war against Mr. Hussein. Britain was al ...
'They hope to establish a violent political utopia across the Middle East, which they call a Caliphate. This caliphate would be a totalitarian Islamic empire encompassing all current and former Muslim lands, stretching from Europe to North Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. I am not going to allow this to happen and no future American President can allow it either. (President George W. Bush in his Speech of September 5, 2006)
Remember USA For Africa's We are the World and We are the World 25 for Haiti relief; Willie Nelson's Farm Aid. No one or group has come forward to relieve the suffering of the Middle East, North Africa, and Palestine. In fact, this world is inflicted with a U.S./NATO/Israeli cabal; their speciality is the obvious race war currently engaged in to exterminate Arabs/Islamics from the face of this planet. In Iraq, 1.2 million were slaughtered by the U.S. through the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorous; yet, a war crimes trial against George W. Bush *** Cheney and the rest of his administration has not taken place. Now, Barack Hussein Obama continues the extermination of these people by his wars in Libya, Afghanistan, Yemen, and Pakistan. In Palestine, these Sumerian Jews oppress the Palestinians; yet, I see little international pressure placed upon Israel to honor human rights. How many must die before humanity come to the aid of people being openly exterminated? The silence of global community is . ...
so who ever voted for Barack Obama i hope you never have or never will protest this War in Afghanistan b.c he is trying to extend the date of the Withdrawal from 2014.Barack Obama campaigned in 2008 on a promise to end the war in Iraq. That promise he tried his best to break by supporting a residual force of 10,000 U.S. troops past the 2011 withdrawal date agreed to by George W. Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki several years prior. That plan, in fact, was also endorsed by Mitt Romney; the Republican presidential nominee called the president out on this fact at the last debate, but Obama responded by outright lying, saying “what I would not have done is left 10,000 troops in Iraq that would tie us down” even though that was exactly what he tried to do. “That certainly would not help us in the Middle East,” Obama said of the 10,000 troops both he and Romney wanted to remain in Iraq past the 2011 withdrawal. The tentative withdrawal date in Afghanistan is 2014. Unlike the withdrawal date ...
In Wednesday's ST, liberal columnist Thomas Friedman yet again credits George W. Bush for "mid-wifing a new order" (referring to establishing a fragile democracy) in the Middle East, suggesting a similar example of leadership for Syria. Interesting how things clarify in retrospect, once free of hate-choked, blinding, partisan political bigotry.
This excerpt from Thomas Friedman's Op-Ed piece in the New York Times, Published November 13, 2012: The scandal engulfing two of our top military and intelligence officers could not be coming at a worse time: the Middle East has never been more unstable and closer to multiple, interconnected explosions. Virtually every American President since Dwight Eisenhower has had a Middle Eastern country that brought him grief. For Ike, it was Lebanon’s Civil War and Israel’s Sinai invasion. For Lyndon Johnson, it was the 1967 Six-Day War. For Nixon, it was the 1973 war. For Carter, it was the Iranian Revolution. For Ronald Reagan, it was Lebanon. For George H.W. Bush, it was Iraq. For Bill Clinton, it was Al Qaeda and Afghanistan. For George W. Bush, it was Iraq and Afghanistan. For Barack Obama’s first term, it was Iran and Afghanistan, again. And for Obama’s second term, I fear that it could be the full nightmare — all of them at once. The whole Middle East erupts in one giant sound and light show of ci ...
To prepare the ground for the PNAC-like ideas that were circulating in the HardRight, various wealthy individuals and corporations helped set up far-right think-tanks, and bought up various media outlets -- newspapers, magazines, TV networks, radio talk shows, cable channels, etc. -- in support of that day when all the political tumblers would click into place and the PNAC cabal and their supporters could assume control. This happened with the Supreme Court's selection of George W. Bush in 2000. The "outsiders" from PNAC were now powerful "insiders," placed in important positions from which they could exert maximum pressure on U.S. policy: Cheney is Vice President, Rumsfeld is Defense Secretary, Wolfowitz is Deputy Defense Secretary, I. Lewis Libby is Cheney's Chief of Staff, Elliot Abrams is in charge of Middle East Policy at the National Security Council, Dov Zakheim is comptroller for the Defense Department, John Bolton is Undersecretary of State, Richard Perle is chair of the Defense Policy Advisory b ...
From my memoirs-archives A Segment Of US Election Is A Campaign Of Hate A Commentary By Ibrahim Ebeid October 28, 2000 It is very sad to see that hypocrisy and hate are dominating the major candidates’ campaigns, both Republican and Democrat, on the Senatorial, Presidential and even the lowest local levels. The Muslim and Arab American communities are feeling the grunt of it. On the Presidential level: George W. Bush and Al Gore are competing among each other to prove to the Zionist Lobby who is more Zionist and more loyal servant to the “Israeli State”. Both Candidates are claiming to work for ”peace” in the Middle East. They are ignoring the “Israeli” crimes and the slaughters of the Palestinian people by the Zionist Army and at the same time are blaming Yaser Arafat and the stone throwers. Killing Palestinian and Iraqi children is justified by these candidates. According to the Madeleine Albright’s Doctrine, “THE PRICE IS WORTH IT”. Muslim and Arab Americans were not spared t ...
Femi Fani Kayode Calls Obama The Anti-Christ, Gives His Reasons With Anti-Christ tendencies, can Barack Obama be trusted? Written by Femi Fani-Kayode The American Presidential election will take place in a few days time and frankly some questions still need to be answered. I wish that Governor Mitt Romney had put one of those questions particularly to President Barrack Hussein Obama during their last Presidential debate, which was on foreign policy. Permit me to put that question here and it is as follows. Why did the President bow so low before Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah four years ago during his first state visit to the Arab Gulf state and why did he feel the need to almost touch his toes with his forehead when he did so. It is a matter of historical record that no American President in the last 200 years has ever bowed so low before any foreign leader, Prime Minister, Head of State, President or monarch. It appears to me to be rather strange that Obama, on his first trip to the Middle East as Presi ...
Why Romney??? We have lived through 12 years of George W. Bush policies!!! Obama has not repealed the Patriot Act or No Child Left Behind when he had the chance. Obama pursued Bush's policies of bailouts and fiscal stimulus. The lifeblood of all things economic is money. Bush appointed Ben Bernanke a natural successor to loose money Wall Street pleaser Alan Greenspan. Obama re-appointed Bernanke to another 4 year term of diluting the worth of our Dollar to please the big banks, when Phila Fed governor Charles Plosser would have been a turn to the successful policies of Former chair Paul Volcker whose policies of high interest rates were the source of the Reagan Recovery. Other than Obamacare, Obama has almost been the third President Bush our nation has had. Libya was also an extension of the Bush Doctrine to democratize the Middle East.
From the album: Timeline Photos By I will vote for Obama in 2012. If Romney and Ryan win – will America find itself once again at war (i.e., Iran)? I’ve been listening closely to Willard Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan. It sure sounds like they are eager to get us into yet another war. Romney's top Middle East adviser, Dan Senor -- formerly George W. Bush's spokesman in Iraq -- also turned a few heads when he appeared to...
Obama's Middle East? It's déjà vu all over again JONATHAN NEUMANN November 2012 Nobel peacenik prize winner: Barack Obama Among critics of Barack Obama, comparisons with Jimmy Carter became ever more frequent as his presidency progressed. After all, both presided over stagnant economies, created large new federal departments, bailed out auto companies, sought to reform healthcare, and put pressure on Israel. Both presidents also exhibited similar accomplishments and interests: one, a peanut farmer and one-term governor who emerged from obscurity to beat the incumbent (but unelected) Republican president, Gerald Ford; the other, a community organiser and one-term senator who also came from nowhere to overcome Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party establishment in a bruising primary and go on to win the contest to succeed President George W. Bush. Obama and Carter are both zealous advocates of nuclear arms reduction. The Carter administration was convinced that the Soviet Union had "similar dreams and ...
In this forth part of our series "Meet the Invisible Power Brokers" think back to John Bolton and his handlebar moustache standing beside George W. Bush as we ramped up to go to war in Iraq. It's never a bad day to bomb Iran if you're John Bolton, never mind the inspections, the fact that Iran doesn't have a nuclear weapons program, that sanctions and diplomacy are working. John Bolton has been pushing for an air strike on Iran for years. Bomb Bomb Bomb Iran, as McCain sang Bolton's version. Bolton just declared that the Israelis should have bombed Iran "three and a half years ago." He is a favorite of anti-Muslim activists everywhere. Darn it, Mr. Bolton loves a good Right-wing crazy conspiracy theory, recently warning the Paranoid that a UN small arms treaty is a secret plan to take Americans' guns away. Gosh, he knows so much secret insider stuff. Maybe that's why Mitt Romney appointed him his Policy Advisor on the Middle East.
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Once again, Mitt Romney told a pack of whoppers. He claimed that he would take Iranian President before the world court to be tried for war crimes. Fantastic, how would he propose to do that without an invasion of Iran. If he could take Ahmadinejad before the world court, how would he explain that he had not brought George W. Bush and *** Cheney along for their trial for war crimes? The president made him look like the fool he is. He wants to build up our naval fleet but apparently is unaware that one aircraft carrier today can do what it would have taken 7 of them to do before our high technology had increased the ability for one carrier to do the job. Romney is nothing more than an ambitious fool who would lead our country into more unwinnable wars in the Middle East.
Regarding Israeli support this is an email (thanks Cat) that explains our view on Obama's support. Sorry for the length... by William Bigelow19 Oct 2012 What does Barack Obama really think about Israel? The evidence makes it obvious; he has contempt for the Jewish State in every way, and his nurturing of Islamist takeovers around the Middle East only adds to the perception that the safety of Israel is not of concern to him. As Caroline Glick has pointed out, supporters of Obama refer to several of Obama’s actions: He has given billions of dollars in military assistance He has gotten harsh sanctions against Iran passed by the UN Security Council The US has supposed increased its intelligence and military coordination with Israel Obama has opposed some anti-Israel resolutions at the UN Glick answers these mantras with a reality check: The billions of dollars in military assistance, including the Iron Dome Defense system, is the fulfillment of a pledge from George W. Bush The sanctions against Iran have n ...
Monday night is the final presidential debate and it’s on foreign policy. Given the dead heat between the two candidates, a strong showing in this debate could well determine who wins the election. Romney has already acquitted himself on the economic issues. He’s made that sale. But Romney still has to convince the American people he can keep them safe in an increasingly dangerous world. And that depends on which Mitt Romney shows up Monday night – the George W. Bush Romney, or the Ronald Reagan Romney. We already know which Barack Obama will show up: Obama-the-Usama-Slayer. He will try to wrap Romney in the tattered flag of George W. Bush and accuse him of trying to get us into another Middle East war. A few weeks ago that looked like enough for Obama to win the debate and coast to victory in November. “General Motors is alive, and Bin Laden is dead” was proclaimed at the Democratic Convention. The September 11th massacre in Benghazi changed all that, and people are now taking a second look at ...
1. November is the Month for US Presidential Elections the first was 1778-1779 2. The Struggle for the Philippines 1944 3. Middle East Peace Treaty is signed 1973 4. Pres. George W. Bush pledges to take the fight against terrorism to any place where terrorists were 2001 5. After a long period of drought winds take the topsoil of farms creating dust storms 1933 6. Armistice Day 1953 becomes Veteran’s Day, 1954 7. Ellis Island in New York closes 1954 8. 66 Americans are taken as Hostages at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran 1979 9. The minimum draft age is changed from 21 to 18 as a result of World War II 1942. 10. Thousands of Vietnam War protesters began a "March against Death" in Washington, D.C. 1969 11. Captain Mark Phillips and Princess Anne are married 1972
Paul Ryan on Obama's Middle East Policy: "Israel, our closest ally in the region, treated with indifference bordering on contempt by the Obama Administration." Let's ask Israel, shall we? Defense Minister Ehud Barak: "I should tell you honestly that this administration, under President Obama, is doing - in regard to our security - more than anything I can remember in the past." Wolf Blitzer: "More than any other President? LBJ, Bill Clinton or George W. Bush?" Ehud Barak: "Yeah."
For anyone to believe that the events that are taking place around the Middle East are a direct result of a six month old, 12th rate, home movie has lived with their head in sand for the last 20 years. These riots and murders are using this film as a pretext to continue acts of terrorism against this country. It is not a coincidence these violent acts started on September 11, 2012 the 11th anniversary of the murder of over 2,900 individuals on American soil by Radical Islamic Terrorist. Immediately after those horrific attacks on 9/11/01, President George W. Bush implemented the Bush Doctrine which defined his presidency. The Bush Doctrine in part was to engage in a preventive war thereby striking our enemies in Afghanistan and Iraq. Thru his entire eight years of his presidency he was met with hostility and contempt from the democrats and liberal media on every issue he proposed, everything from the Patriot Act, water boarding to Guantanamo. Thru his strong leadership and perseverance he kept this count ...
"I believe George W. Bush's education policy was an unconstitutional intrusion into state sovereignty. I believe the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood across the Middle East undercuts the central premise of George W. Bush's 'Freedom Agenda.' I believe Chief Justice John Roberts, a George W. Bush appointee, MUST be impeached. I believe Henry Paulson illegally violated his fiduciary responsibility to American Taxpayers. Obviously, Karl Rove, YOU brainwashed me into thinking this."
Remember this from Jly 17th in Roanoke Virginia? Obama: If you got a small business, you didn't build that, someone else did it for you" Now he hopes you don't remember this from January 10th, 2009: Three days of Inaugeral Balls, after his swearing in, dancing to Etta James "At Last", sung by Beyonce, and the next two days recreating the sounds of Motown. On January 10, 2009, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and hadn't done a *** thing yet. How soon he thinks we forget. Mr. President, the Nobel Peace Prize. You didn't earn that! And to use your own words, "Somebody else did that for you". After supporting the Arab Spring Uprisings in the Middle East, you actually started more conflict over there, than George W. Bush. Time to give the prize back! I'm a voter with a *** good memory. And I approve this message.
Wednesday, August 08, 2012 Warning we are in a state of Emergency, The nations of Mexico the United States nor any other can not and should not pretend to take credit for the cleansing done to our nations by God. We can not and must not allow Masons to ease back into the world that they tried to destroy with their wizardry black magic, ritual murder and homicide. They must be held accountable if not by the world then by God himself. The worst they could is act and convince the world as if nothing ever happened. We must morn the dead sent to war in secret by Obama and George W. Bush and who continue to lie to us about the millions of American children sent to die in Mexico, Africa, the Middle East and Central and South America. We must not believe in the voices that are reproduction of our children created by NSA super computers. This unholy technology allows anyone to speak into a phone and it sounds exactly like your Childs voice. Remember they have exact profiles and details of all your family to con ...
Syria: George W. Bush wanted to raise up Holy Bible in Middle East killing the American people children in war but not his two daughters.
"Respect" George "The Mental Pygmy" Bush? Are you kidding me? Respect him for what? For lying to his own nation like a Russian Sailor, with such lies designed to plunge us into an unfunded, no-win, 10-year, multi-trillion-dollar war of attrition...the longest war in U.S. history...while killing upwards of 5,000 young Americans and slaughtering or maiming literally hundreds of thousands of innocent people in the Middle East, none of whom ever once constituted a threat to the national-security of the USA! I won't bother to mention the assorted other "Republican VooDoo Economic tricks he pulled; but suffice it to say this complete *** incapable of putting three words of good English together, did manage to steer our Ship-of-State to the very brink of yet another worldwide depression, with his unregulated Wall Street criminals running amok. If George W. Bush had your last name, Pal, and no rich Daddy to buy him an election, he couldn't get elected to a low-level dogcatcher spot in South Texas!! The ba ...
"George W. Bush campaigned on non-interventionism and rejected nation-building in the Middle East. Then he invaded and occupied Iraq and Afghanistan. Barack H. Obama campaigned on bringing the troops home and restoring civil liberties, then he continued everything the Bush regime did, invaded countries without congressional authorization, and ordered the assassination of American citizens. Mitt Romney campaigns on embracing and supporting the abuses of the previous two regimes, the very same things they themselves campaigned against. It raises the question: if this is what he promises he'll do... what will he really do?"
President Obama’s Hall of Blame President Obama has passed the buck to others – mainly George W. Bush – for no less than 13 problems that characterize his presidency, suggesting time and again that his own policies are not to blame for his difficulties and he is simply doing the best that can be done with the cards he was dealt. Even so, Obama is aggressively staking a claim for successes for which Bush shares significant or nearly all responsibility, including increased drilling for oil and natural gas, the end of the Iraq War, and the killing of Osama Bin Laden. What follows is a roster of Obama’s efforts to assign blame for 13 problems that prevail or have faced him during his presidency. In several cases, the quotes here are just one or two of many that show Obama passing the buck on a particular issue. Oil Prices “The key thing that is driving higher gas prices is actually the world’s oil markets and uncertainty about what’s going on in Iran and the Middle East, and that’s adding a $2 ...
State Department Purges Religious Freedom Section from Its Human Rights Reports By Pete Winn June 7, 2012 Subscribe to Pete Winn's posts (AP photo) (CNSNews.com) - The U.S. State Department removed the sections covering religious freedom from the Country Reports on Human Rights that it released on May 24, three months past the statutory deadline Congress set for the release of these reports. The new human rights reports--purged of the sections that discuss the status of religious freedom in each of the countries covered--are also the human rights reports that include the period that covered the Arab Spring and its aftermath. Thus, the reports do not provide in-depth coverage of what has happened to Christians and other religious minorities in predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East that saw the rise of revolutionary movements in 2011 in which Islamist forces played an instrumental role. For the first time ever, the State Department simply eliminated the section of religious freedom in its report ...
Here we go again with these neocons pushing for the United States to get involved in another war in the Middle East. From this Wednesday's Andrea Mitchell Reports, too wrong to fail former George W. Bush adviser who is now advising the Romney …
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Laurie Whipple Mistah Cordts May 10 via mobile George W. Bush speech after capture of Saddam Hussein: The success of yesterday's mission is a tribute to our men and women now serving in Iraq . The operation was based on the superb work of intelligence analysts who found the Dictator’s footprints in a vast country. The operation was carried out with skill and precision by a brave fighting force. Ourservicemen and women and our coalition allies have faced many dangers in the hunt for members of the fallen regime, and in their effort to bring hope and freedom to the Iraqi people. Their work continues, and so do the risks. Today, on behalf of the nation, I thank the members of our Armed Forces and I congratulate them. Barack Hussein Obama speech, Sunday, May 1, 2011: And so shortly after taking office, I directed Leon Panetta, the director of the CIA, to make the killing or capture of Bin Laden the top priority of our war against Al Qaeda, even as I continued our broader efforts to disrupt, dismantle, and d ...
William F. Engdahl believes the uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa is a plan first announced by George W. Bush at a G8 meeting in 2003 and it was ...
Bernard Lewis, FBA (born May 31, 1916) is a British-American historian, scholar in Oriental studies, and political commentator. He is the Cleveland E. Dodge Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University. He specializes in the history of Islam and the interaction between Islam and the West, and is especially famous in academic circles for his works on the history of the Ottoman Empire.[1] Lewis served in the British Army in the Royal Armoured Corps and Intelligence Corps during the Second World War before being seconded to the Foreign Office. After the war, he returned to the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London and was appointed to the new chair in Near and Middle Eastern History. Lewis is a widely read expert on the Middle East, and is regarded as one of the West’s leading scholars of that region.[2] His advice has been frequently sought by policymakers, including the George W. Bush administration.[3] In the Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Wr ...
0:19:00 - The Head of Hezbollah just called in!! Past President George W. Bush handled the International emergency quiet nicely! Thank God for State Police we are now safe from all possible domestic Homeland Terrorist attacks!!! The credit is due to the loyalty of our non-stop State Forces! Thank You especially George W. Bush. There is a Bob in me also; that would stay up all night for a Global issue! Two thumbs up for Georgee, America and the Middle East! May the Lord bless Our Great Nation. -Thank you, Jeffrey D. Isler UN President
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