Saturday, March 26, 2011

Obama Changes His Mind

Obama Changes His Mind

ADV Broadcast Of March 26, 2011

Hello, and welcome back to another edition of American Dissident Voices, the Internet radio program of North America’s foremost racialist organization, the National Alliance. I’m your host and the Chairman of the Alliance, Erich Gliebe.

Well, as predicted, President Barack Obama, along with some of his NATO counterparts, including the Jewish president of France Nicolas Sarkozy, began a massive bombing campaign of Libya last Saturday. Obama, and his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, are still trying to shore up support for their international mission by claiming that the U.S. and allied efforts to halt the advances by Moammar Gaddafi’s military forces against rebels within his own country, has “saved lives.”

Saving lives? By bombing a sovereign nation’s infrastructure? Of course, Hillary Clinton should know something about “saving lives,” as it was her husband Bill who was sitting in the Oval Office when U.S. federal henchmen burned alive dozens of people, including women and children, at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas in 1993. And let’s not forget Slick Willie’s bombing bombardment of Serbia in 1999.

Anyway, the bombing of Libya, which Obama claims is not an act of war, has been labeled Odyssey Dawn. Now to bring you up-to-date, let’s review the operation. So far, 162 Tomahawk missiles, at a cost of over $1 million a piece, have been launched into Libya, a nation that did not threaten the United States in any way; a $30 million F-15 fighter jet has crash landed; the Libyan equivalent of the White House has been bombed, although Obama claims we’re not targeting Gaddafi; and, the campaign is costing U.S. taxpayers over $300 million per week.

What’s especially odd about all of this, is that Obama ran his 2008 presidential campaign under the premise that he would end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and bring all American troops home. I guess he must have “changed” his mind. After all, didn’t he claim to be a man of “change”?

Also ironically, current Vice President Joe Biden, just a few years ago, was quoted as saying that he would “lead and effort to impeach any president” who would declare war on a sovereign nation that posed no threat to the United States.

So why the “change” of heart in Obama and Biden? Well, they know full well that they hold their positions at the pleasure of Jews – like Senator Joe Lieberman and and former Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz – who are in positions of power and influence. Well, if the Jews in power want to see a sovereign nation bombed to smithereens, then by golly it’s time to launch the Tomahawk missiles and precision-guided satellite bombs. Now if you remember, Paul Wolfowitz, also known as Wolfman Jew, was one of the chief architects for the Iraq War, along with fellow Jews Richard Perle and Douglas Feith.

If we remember back far enough, one of former President George W. Bush’s first international moves after the tragedy of September 11th was to invade Afghanistan. Osama Bin Laden, who is a native of Saudi Arabia, was believed to be hiding out there and he had claimed responsibility for the attacks, so we sent in the troops in early October of 2001 and kicked the ruling Taliban out, all the while looking without success for Bin Laden and other Al-Qaeda kingpins. Whether Bush’s desire to find a man who was hiding out in the mountains of Afghanistan was sufficient justification for the United States to invade the country is still a matter of debate, but the fact remains that that’s what happened. The search for Bin Laden still continues today, although most Americans have given up on the idea of a successful ending, and one gets the impression that the U.S.’s effort is half-hearted, at best. Bin Laden has proved to be a sneaky character to track down, and the world and the American people are pretty bored of the story, so there is little chance that anything will change on that front.

Well, shortly after Bush took out the Taliban in Afghanistan, he ordered the invasion of the sovereign country of Iraq. That was in March of 2003. The invasion of Iraq, like the one of Afghanistan, was justified by George W. Bush on questionable grounds. In the case of Iraq, the grounds were a whole laundry list of lies. Bush lied when he told the American people that Iraq’s dictator Saddam Hussein had had something to do with the attacks of September 11th. Bush lied when he told the American people that Iraq had stockpiled massive quantities of weapons of mass destruction. Bush lied when he told the American people that Saddam Hussein was buying uranium from some country in Africa for the purpose of creating nuclear weapons.

And with the Jewish-dominated news media stirring up those lies and examining them from every angle – all day, every day – Bush finally whipped the American public into enough of a frenzy that they didn’t turn to violent rebellion when Bush demanded that they send their husbands and sons and brothers to catch shrapnel with their bodies and absorb energy from roadside bombs in the god-forsaken deserts of the Middle East.

Well, here we are, more than six years after the invasion of Iraq and nearly eight years after the invasion of Afghanistan, and there is no end in sight to the hemorrhaging – and resultant loss – of American manpower, money, and national honor that have come with the United States’ meddling in the affairs of Iraq and Afghanistan. Don’t get me wrong: There was some hope for a while. Despite the questionable rationales for the U.S. invading Afghanistan and Iraq, there were some quick successes. The Taliban was ousted from power in Afghanistan by the end of 2001, and Bush declared the end of major hostilities in Iraq on May 1 of 2003, a mere six weeks after the invasion was launched. Bush’s speech onboard the USS Abraham Lincoln – with a banner reading “Mission Accomplished” in the background – remains today as one of the most premature military announcements in the post-World War II era. But, of course, the work wasn’t done in Iraq. For years afterward, various factions of insurgent forces continued to defend their homeland against the Western invaders and to squabble for power among themselves.

Meanwhile, things had quieted down in Afghanistan following the fall of the Taliban. Whether that calming of hostilities in Afghanistan was due to the dispersion of Taliban fighters or to the Afghan people turning all of their energies to renewing the once-booming production of opium, which had been virtually shut down by the Taliban, is anybody’s guess. Anyway, by the middle of 2003, the servicemen and women who were sent to Afghanistan were thought by those sent to Iraq to be getting off easy.

And now the tables have turned. Iraq is the more peaceful and quiet place compared to Afghanistan, so much so that it looks like more Americans will be off soon to waste their lives and our tax dollars in the country that, prior to October of 2001, refused to deliver Osama Bin Laden to the United States, although it did offer to put Bin Laden on trial in an Islamic court: an offer that the U.S. refused before invading. Perhaps because the opium production in Afghanistan is back up and running full speed ahead, Afghans might be looking for something to do to keep from getting bored, and are now turning their efforts back to resisting foreign intervention in their country. The Taliban, once thought to be defeated, turned out to be merely dormant, and now they have asserted their control over a surprisingly large portion of the country.

According to an article on CNN’s Web site by Peter Bergen and Katherine Teidemann, about half of Afghanistan is considered to be “low risk;” that is, the Taliban has a small or negligible influence there. The other half of the country is classified anywhere between “medium risk” and “enemy controlled.”

At the moment, there are about 100,000 Americans in Afghanistan, but estimates suggest that about 600,000 members of security forces are required to maintain order in the country, which is not quite the size of the State of Texas, in terms of land area. With not quite 200,000 members of Afghani security forces, that leaves a need of about 300,000 from elsewhere, mainly the United States.

Not that we are going to send that many service members to Afghanistan. Despite President Obama’s support for more American forces in Afghanistan, the rest of the country and Congress aren’t thrilled with the prospect of escalating the conflict. The escalations may continue, but I will be very surprised if we reach the 400,000 mark anytime soon.

And what all of this means is that there can be no hope of victory in Afghanistan. By the term “victory,” what I mean here is a scenario like what George W. Bush must have envisioned when he gave the go-ahead to invade Afghanistan and Iraq in the first place: Countries essentially like the United States, with free speech, voting rights for everyone, and capitalism. Not that those countries in the Middle East have much of a history for those kinds of things or much experience with them, but I doubt that George spent too much time pondering nit-picky details like that. And if he wanted to really turn Middle Eastern countries into little Americas, I suppose he would make sure that the Jews controlled the overwhelming proportion of all of the media and, thus, the overwhelming proportion of the power in the government.

But the Jewish influence is what the whole thing essentially boils down to in the first place. There is strong evidence that the 9/11 attackers did what they did in order to strike a blow at an enemy that had, for so long, sided with their eternal enemies in the Middle East: the Israelis. On every issue known to man, when the Israelis were involved, the U.S. backed them and, while talking a good talk to the Arab nations, the U.S. essentially gave the Arabs the cold shoulder.

In the 1973 Arab-Israeli war, for example, Israel was close to defeat at the hands of Egypt and Syria. The Jews became so desperate that they contemplated launching nuclear weapons at their Arab enemies. But have no fear: The United States rushed tens of thousands of tons of materiel to the Jews. This aid played a big part in preventing Israel’s defeat at the hands of an enemy that had been trying to regain territory taken from it during the Six-Day War of 1967.

As another example, whenever Israel is called out on the carpet at the United Nations for its atrocious human rights record regarding either the Palestinians, the behavior of its soldiers in the Occupied Territories, or trafficking in human beings, the United States can always be counted upon to vote against any resolution – justified or not – that criticizes Israel.

The list could go on, but the unholy alliance between the United States and Israel was definitely one of the causes of the attacks of 9/11. Islamic fundamentalists have been waging a terrorist-like war within Israel and the occupied territories for decades, with variable success. On 9/11, they saw the chance to strike a blow at the unwitting big brother of the vermin nation of the Middle East, and they took it.

And now we have been led to become embroiled in wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that we cannot win. The guerillas in both countries have nothing to lose and everything to gain by striking back when it suits their fancy, holding out and prolonging the war until the invaders lose heart and pull out. That’s what happened to the Soviets in Afghanistan; they simply got sick of fighting a war that they finally realized could not be won. Why did Bush think things would be any different for him? Why does President Obama think that sending more troops into Afghanistan will change anything? These men are supposed to have access to the best and most up-to-date information anywhere, and yet they can’t grasp the most basic lessons of history and make decisions based on them.

Or maybe they CAN grasp those history

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