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Obama Presiding Over the Destruction of the U.S. While Facilitating the Rise of Turkey and Russia

On Today’s show…

What are the true priorities of the Barack Obama?

The Barack Obama administration is behaving as if its first priority is the downfall of the United States and that two of its other priorities are facilitating the rise of both Turkey and Russia. As a member country in NATO, Turkey seems to be seeing its interests being served more than any other NATO nation. Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin’s Russia is emboldened by an American president who has displayed no interest in stopping him.

Dr. Charles Krauthammer continues to opine that Obama is weak and incompetent while simultaneously ignoring the fact that a pro-Soviet Stalinst mentored a young Barack for approximately a decade. As a pupil of Davis, Obama was taught to despise the U.S. while having an affinity for mother Russia. Prior to being introduced to Davis, Obama grew up in a Muslim country and learned the Muslim call to prayer. In 2007, he told the New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof that it was “one of the prettiest sounds on Earth”. Kristof relayed that Obama could recite the “opening lines” with a “first-rate accent”.

Video uncovered by Shoebat.com reveals that Obama’s uncle Sayyid has asserted that the entire Obama family is Muslim. Presumably, this would include Barack. Regular readers also know that Barack’s brother Malik Obama works for Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir and has referred to the relationship between he and Barack as “close”.

Russia or Turkey: Which would Obama choose?

Russia or Turkey: Which would Obama choose?

The question is: If faced with the decision to side with Russia or Turkey, who would Obama choose?

Listen and find out.

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[H/T Walid Shoebat]

Face the Nation

Mitt Romney on Obama’s Handling of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: ‘This Is Not Fantasyland’

Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney had some harsh words for President Obama over his handling of the crisis in Ukraine.

Appearing as a guest on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday March 24, Governor Romney reaffirmed statements he made during the 2012 election that Russia was America’s number one geopolitical foe by reiterating that we “really need to understand that Russia has very different interests than ours, this is not fantasyland, this is reality.” [See video below.]

The segment began with host Bob Schieffer playing a clip of President Obama mocking Romney during one of the presidential debates in 2012 before the CBS host asked Romney: “I’m sure governor you’re tempted this morning to say, I told you so. But do you really believe that what happened in Ukraine had anything to do with what President Obama has or hasn’t done?”

Romney then tore into President Obama arguing that:

The president’s naivety with regards to Russia and his faulty judgment about Russia’s intentions and objectives has led to number of foreign policy challenges that we face. And unfortunately not having anticipated Russia’s intentions the president wasn’t able to shape the kinds of events that may have been able to prevent the kinds of circumstances that you’re seeing in the Ukraine as well as the things that you’re seeing in Syria.

We really need to understand that Russia has very different interests than ours, this is not fantasyland, this is reality, where they are geopolitical adversary. They’re not our enemy but they’re certainly an adversary on the world stage.

See relevant transcript below.

CBS

Face the Nation

March 23, 2014

10:42 a.m. Eastern

BOB SCHIEFFER: During the campaign, and I want to start with this you took a lot of heat for saying that Russia was our greatest geopolitical foe in the third debate, the president came down pretty hard on you about that.

BARACK OBAMA: A few months ago when you were asked what’s the biggest geopolitical threat facing America you said Russia. Not Al Qaeda, you said Russia and the 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because the Cold War has been over for 20 years.

SCHIEFFER: I’m sure governor you’re tempted this morning to say, I told you so. But do you really believe that what happened in Ukraine had anything to do with what President Obama has or hasn’t done?

MITT ROMNEY: Well, there’s no question, but that the president’s naivety with regards to Russia and his faulty judgment about Russia’s intentions and objectives has led to number of foreign policy challenges that we face. And unfortunately not having anticipated Russia’s intentions the president wasn’t able to shape the kinds of events that may have been able to prevent the kinds of circumstances that you’re seeing in the Ukraine as well as the things that you’re seeing in Syria. We really need to understand that Russia has very different interests than ours, this is not fantasyland, this is reality, where they are geopolitical adversary. They’re not our enemy but they’re certainly an adversary on the world stage.

Face the Nation

[H/T NewsBusters]

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Obama: Vacations and Cowardice

We all know how the media lap dances for Obama — like he’s making it rain at the strip club. Oh, make that a Florida vacation.

While the crisis in the Ukraine is in full bloom, USA Today reported:

President Obama returns to the White House from Key Largo, Fla., on Sunday, following a weekend of relaxation, golf, and calling world leaders about the Russian incursion into Ukraine.

Relaxation, golf, and his TRUSTY PHONE!

And what was America’s sissy president doing in between relaxation and golfing? Well he was making PHONE CALLS! And I’m sure Obama had his magic pen at the ready, in case the crisis got any worse.

If any white Republican president had acted a fraction as tone-deaf and apathetic as Obama, going on a plush vacation mid-Ukraine crises, the media would have chewed him up and spat out the husk.

Putin

Obama’s Russian policy has become so ridiculous, the Pentagon spends $300K per YEAR to study Putin’s body language!

I wonder if those political DoD appointees ask, “Is Putin really serious, when he threatens to whoop Obama’s boney butt? Let’s study his body language!”

Well let me help Obama and the rest of his incompetents. Putin is former KGB, and a black belt in Judo. ‘Nuf said.

Obama needs to stop vacationing, and start leading.

And the lapdog media needs to stop rewarding Obama’s “cool” and recognize it for what it really is: cowardice.

 

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[H/T TheBlackSphere]

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BREAKING: Russian Soldiers in Canada Given 24 Hours to Leave Country

(CTV News) — Nine Russian soldiers who were participating in military exercises in Canada have been expelled from the country, as Ottawa continues to denounce Russia’s military intervention in Crimea, CTV News has learned.

A government source confirmed that the soldiers were informed Thursday afternoon that they had 24 hours to leave Canada.

Six of the soldiers were in Saint-Jean, Que., where they were learning English and French. Another two soldiers were participating in a training program at 5 CDSB Gagetown, and the ninth soldier was teaching Canadian soldiers Russian in Gatineau, Que.

The move comes days after Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that all planned bilateral activities between the Canadian Armed Forces and the military of the Russian Federation are suspended, including exercises such as NORAD’s Exercise Vigilant Eagle.

On Thursday, Harper said the government would not recognize the results of a referendum in Crimea on whether to join Russia because the region is “currently under illegal military occupation.”

Lawmakers in Crimea voted unanimously Thursday to leave Ukraine and join Russia. They have scheduled a referendum for March 16 so voters can weigh in on the decision.

The vote was denounced by the international community. In his statement, Harper once again criticized Russia’s incursion into the Crimean peninsula as “an act of aggression, a clear violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty, and of international law.

“Canada will not recognize a referendum held in a region currently under illegal military occupation. We will continue to view the situation in Ukraine with the gravest concern and will continue to cooperate closely with our G-7 partners and like-minded allies,” the prime minister said in a statement.

Later, after question period, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said “you can’t have a valid referendum in 10 days.”

“It’s unacceptable and it’s wrong and we won’t recognize it,” he told reporters in the foyer of the House of Commons.

The international community has been grappling with how to respond to Russia’s decision last weekend to move troops into Crimea in what Russian President Vladimir Putin described as a strategic move to protect both military interests and Russian-speakers in the region. World leaders and diplomats decried his rationale and weighed options for a response.

On Wednesday, Harper announced that Canada will send two representatives to join an international military observer mission to Crimea, as well as freeze assets of members of former president Viktor Yanukovych’s regime.

He also said Canada is suspending its participation in a joint commission to promote economic co-operation between the two countries, and is considering what financial aid it can offer to Ukraine.

On Thursday, Ukraine’s interim prime minister called the vote by Crimea’s lawmakers illegitimate, and a European Union official suggested that the West would not recognize the referendum’s result.

“This is our response to the disorder and lawlessness in Kyiv,” said Sergei Shuvainikov, a member of the Crimean legislature. “We will decide our future ourselves.”

Crimean voters will be given the option of voting “yes” or “no” to joining Russia, or of choosing a third option to remain part of Ukraine but with “enhanced powers.”

Russia says if Crimean voters elect to join Russia, legislation would be introduced to speed up the process.

Baird said Canada will continue to work with “friends and like-minded allies” to get Russia to reverse course.

When asked about concerns of right-wing elements in the interim Ukrainian government, Baird said Canada is encouraging the new government “to be fully representative of the diversity of the whole country.”

“I raised Canada’s concern about anti-Semitism, and said that all political leaders, whether they be in government or in opposition, should try to build a pluralistic Ukraine.”

[H/T CTV News]

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Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/russian-soldiers-training-in-canada-given-24-hours-to-leave-country-1.1717172#ixzz2vJHeefUu