HOP no.7
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HOP no.7
Hussein Obama Pages
4 June 2009, 12 Sivan 5769
1. Great Poems of the Western World: Jerry
Likud: US meddling in Israeli politics
3. Frank Gaffney, Jr.: Obama sows a Mideast whirlwind


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1. Great Poems of the Western World: Jerry

Jeremiah Wright
Full of Spite
Hates Jews
and Crackers
Obama backers
Venom he spews
And Fills his Pews
With Barry and his girls
As the banner of hate he unfurls
He says by rote
and you may quote:
"Do not say
God bless America!
But God damn America!"

Do not believe me
But in what you see
AS may be seen
on your Computer screen
The speech made by the mentor
Barak Hoosseen
Jeremy orates
to fellow inmates
The Christian Messiah
Was a black pariah
oppressed by the white race
Because of his colored face
Farrakhan and him

Are two of a crew
Jerry and
Farrack Lue
make quite a brew
They praise each other
Each one to his brother
"America's chickens are coming home to roost"
Spake Wright Jeremiah
He gives quite a boost
To Nazi-type racial ire
In the guise of black power
Barack they endower
With leadership.
Obama was present
When Jerry did preach
On the racial breach
His name he done lent
On way to be President

Before Jeremiah Wright
Obamah married his wife
and gave his whole life
Many years he listened
His girls he christened
With water Jerry glistened
from the firmament
as Jeremiah meant
every word he spent.
Barak he inspired
And the US was mired.
By Hatred

2. Likud: US meddling in Israeli politics
Gil Hoffman , THE JERUSALEM POST Jun. 2, 2009
US President Barack Obama's administration's criticism of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's policies has crossed the line into interfering in Israeli politics, top Likud ministers and MKs said Tuesday.

Kadima officials responded to the allegations by disagreeing that the US was meddling but expressing concern that such a perception by the Israeli public would harm their party and end up strengthening the prime minister. They accused Netanyahu's associates of portraying Obama as an enemy of Israel in order to unite the public behind him.

The charges of American interference began April 16 when Yediot Aharonot quoted Obama's chief of staff Rahm Emanuel telling an unnamed Jewish leader: "In the next four years there is going to be a permanent-status arrangement between Israel and the Palestinians on the basis of two states for two peoples, and it doesn't matter to us at all who is prime minister [of Israel]."

Likud Minister-without-Portfolio Yossi Peled said Tuesday that the statement was inappropriate and was just one of many examples of American interference in Israeli politics since Netanyahu's election in February.

Vice Premier Moshe Ya'alon, also of the Likud, has accused Israeli Leftist groups of coaching Obama's administration on how to handle Netanyahu.

Netanyahu himself appeared to endorse that assertion when he told a Likud MK over the weekend: "What do they want from me? Do they want my government to fall?"

Israeli diplomatic officials were quoted in Ma'ariv on Tuesday accusing the Obama administration of attempting to force Netanyahu to bring Kadima into his coalition and adopt its policies on the Palestinian-state issue.

"They are pressuring Livni to retreat from her opposition to joining Netanyahu's government, so she can enter it and prevent the worsening of relations with the US," a diplomatic official was quoted as saying.

Likud MK Danny Danon, who has close ties with Evangelical leaders in the US, was most blunt in his criticism of Obama. He said Obama refused to admit that the public in Israel chose a different direction, just like America did.

"The American administration thinks that there were only elections in the US," Danon said. "Any attempt to intervene in Israeli politics only strengthens Netanyahu, who has the support of the public, especially after this interference."

Livni's associates said she succeeded in convincing former American secretary of state Condoleezza Rice to allow Israel to build in West Bank settlement blocs, because Rice trusted her and realized Israel wasn't trying to change the facts on the ground. They said that Netanyahu, by contrast, failed to win Obama's trust and instead was campaigning against him in the Israeli media.

3. Obama sows a Mideast whirlwind
Center for Security Policy | Jun 01, 2009
By Frank Gaffney, Jr.

This pressure [against Israel] has become more palpable by the day.  It has taken various forms, including: U.S. stances adopted at the United Nations that will serve to isolate Israel; blank political and even financial checks for Palestinian thugs like Mahmoud Abbas; diminishing U.S.-Israeli cooperation on intelligence and military matters; and the withholding from Israel of helicopters (and perhaps other weaponry) being provided to Arab states.

Perhaps the most chilling example of this coercive pressure so far, however, was originally reported in the Israeli paper Yediot Aharonot and given international prominence by my esteemed colleague and Jerusalem Post columnist, Caroline Glick.  According to these accounts, in a recent lecture in Washington, U.S. Army Lieutenant General Keith Dayton, the American officer charged with training Palestinian military forces in Jordan, made a shocking declaration.

In Ms. Glick's words, "[Gen. Dayton] indicated that if Israel does not surrender Judea and Samaria within two years, the Palestinian forces he and his fellow American officers are now training at a cost of more than $300 million could begin killing Israelis."  She went on to note that neither the general nor the Obama administration seemed to find this prospect grounds for rethinking the wisdom of such a training-and-arming program.  In fact, her column observed that Defense Secretary Robert Gates "just extended Dayton's tour of duty for an additional two years and gave him the added responsibility of serving as Obama's Middle East mediator George Mitchell's deputy."

Taken together with the U.S. administration's refusal to come to grips with what truly is the most serious threat to peace in the Middle East - Iran's rising power and growing aggressiveness, reflecting in part its incipient nuclear weapons capabilities - the stage is being inexorably set for the next, and perhaps most devastating, regional conflict.

Whether the signals Mr. Obama is sending are intended to communicate such a message or not, they are going to be read by Israel's enemies as evidence of a profound rift between the United States and the Jewish State.  In this part of the world, that amounts to an invitation to an open season on Israel.

It is hard to believe that the Obama Middle East agenda enjoys the support of the American people or their elected representatives in Congress. Historically, the public and strong bipartisan majorities on Capitol Hill have appreciated that an Israel that shares our values, that is governed democratically and that is in the cross-hairs of the same people who seek our destruction is an important ally.  Quite apart from a sense of moral and religious affinity for the Jewish people's struggle to survive in their ancient homeland, most of us recognize that it is in the United States' strategic interest to stand with Israel.

It is worrisome in the extreme that Mr. Obama does not appear to share this appreciation... His administration's posture may have been further reinforced by Arab-American pollster John Zogby's recent Forbes Magazine article arguing that friends of Israel made up John McCain's constituency, not Obama's. (This raises an interesting question about the sentiments towards Israel of the 78% of American Jews who voted for the latter in 2008.)

My guess, however, is that, as the implications of President Obama's Mideast policies - for the United States as well as Israel - become clearer, he is going to find himself facing the sort of popular and congressional revolt that has confronted him in recent weeks on Guantanamo Bay.  The question is:  Will such a reaffirmation of American solidarity with and support for Israel come in time to prevent the winds of war being whipped up by Mr. Obama's posturing and rhetoric - and driving Israelis into bomb shelters - from wreaking havoc in the Middle East, and perhaps far beyond?

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. is President of the Center for Security Policy and a columnist for the Wa

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