Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Has The Obama Administration Agreed To Sell Out Of Israel At The UN?

It certainly looks that way.

Before, it was pretty simple. The Arab-dominated UN and its allies would come up with some ridiculous Israel-bashing resolution and the US would veto it. But that was before President Obama took over,

In an attempt to appease the Arab Bloc at the UN on 'Palestine' the U.S. had already informed the Arab Bloc that it was willing to support a U.N. Security Council 'statement' reaffirming that the UNSC "does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlement activity" but even that major change in long standing US policy apparently wasn't good enough. The 'Palestinians' are apparently adamant at calling for a UN vote on a resolution condemning all Israeli building in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem.So the Obama Administration may be faced with a choice of whether to cast its first veto or go with the flow.

Check out this language, from the US-backed draft statement the Palestinians and the Arab bloc rejected as not harsh enough: the Security Council "expresses its strong opposition to any unilateral actions by any party, which cannot prejudge the outcome of negotiations and will not be recognized by the international community, and reaffirms, that it does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlement activity, which is a serious obstacle to the peace process." The statement also condemns "all forms of violence, including rocket fire from Gaza, and stresses the need for calm and security for both peoples."

There's an additional dynamic going on here of course. While Barack Obama might very well love the idea of backing a UN resolution that abrogates what's left of the Road Map and Oslo, the Obama Administration's fumble in Egypt and their silence on the repression in Iran did not go unnoticed in the region. As Wikileaks proved, our Arab allies are far more concerned about Iran and perceived US weakness than the 'Palestinians' no matter how much rhetoric they expound for the masses

What's going on in the back rooms of the UN right now is that America is dickering with enemies like Iran's Hezbollah-run colony Lebanon and Khaddaffi's Libya over how far to go to sell out Israel, believe it or not.

On the other hand, throwing another US ally under the bus so soon after Mubarak isn't going to look good, and a sensible observer might argue that with the region in turmoil, it's hardly the time to play these kind of games with Israel right now.

But that, of course, will be for the Community-Organizer-in-Chief to decide.

We'll likely see the end game on Friday.

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joetote said...

I have said in the past I feel this clown is the most Anti-Israel leaning President in my lifetime. One only had to read his book as it was there in his own words! ( Quote from Obama’s book: Audacity of Hope: ‘I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction..’). My question is and has been, being of Jewish descent myself, I can't help but wonder how the Jewish population here in the U.S. keeps voting for Anti-Semetic liars, yet every polling day, they somehow blindly rush to do so. in turn, we now have an administration that appears more than happy to watch Israel be eradicated. "As Ye sow, so shall Ye reap". We are now witnessing the harvest of a seed that was planted centuries ago, nurtured over years and years, blooming every now and then (Nazi Germany for example) and now is in fact at full bloom.

I'm not sure what the answer is, but it sure as hell isn't the Anti-Semite in the White House anymore that it is the self hating Jews who helped elect him. Israel and in turn Western Civilization as we know it is in grave danger. The Muslims are candid about this while we here in Obama land are being told to accept it by our sad sack leaders! Yet, this could have been stopped if the electorate had just taken their responsibilities as voters seriously! When the President and his minions speak of Israel and the Mid-East, I sense pure open hatred for Israel. i point out that's how I feel. I only know when I watch this clown speak and look at his eyes, I see hate. And that is a bad thing to see in anyone's leader.

One should not be surprised at the actions of a person who has actually been open about his ideology in the past. That is they shouldn't be if they weren't so open to accepting the lies and deceit that come from almost every politician. Almost every action this President has taken seems predicated on one thing, acceptance of the radical Muslim agenda as part of our society. As that, if it came to fruition would mean the end of Israel and our own way of life, one must conclude Israel is in grave danger.

louielouie said...

i rarely, if ever, direct a reply to a comment, choosing only to comment on ff essay.
but i feel i must reply to your comment.
ff has repeatedly discussed your concerns here at J/P, as i have asked the same questions you ask.
and as many times as he has attempted to explain it to we gentiles, i still don't understand it.
i have the additional concern that if you replace the word "israel" in your comment, with "the united states of america", your comment/sentiment would not change one iota.
joetote, in closing, i am not nearly the optimist that ff is. maybe, just maybe, in hussein's third or fourth term, he may realize his mistake.