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Reply to Speech about Israel (May 19, 2011).


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Is Obama a Wild Donkey-Man Lackey?
Reply to Speech about Israel (May 19, 2011).

Full text of Obama's speech on the Middle East and North Africa

  Reuters May 19, 2011

President Hussein O:
For decades, the conflict between Israelis and Arabs has cast a shadow over the region. For Israelis, it has meant living with the fear that their children could get blown up on a bus or by rockets fired at their homes, as well as the pain of knowing that other children in the region are taught to hate them. For Palestinians, it has meant suffering the humiliation of occupation, and never living in a nation of their own. Moreover, this conflict has come with a larger cost the Middle East, as it impedes partnerships that could bring greater security, prosperity, and empowerment to ordinary people.
BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
We do not want Palestinians to suffer "the humiliation of occupation".
We suggest they be enabled to re-settle somewhere else.
They should be encouraged and helped to do so.
That is the best solution.
It is also what the Bible says.

[Numbers 33:55] But if you do not drive out the inhabitants of the land from before you, then it shall be that those whom you let remain shall be irritants in your eyes and thorns in your sides, and they shall harass you in the land where you dwell. 56 Moreover it shall be that I will do to you as I thought to do to them.

See Also:

Hosea 9 and Muslim Hatred of All Israelites:

"They Must Go!"
Proposed Movement of Arab Populations.

As for giving them a "nation of their own" they already have more than 20 Arab nations. The Palestinians were never a separate nation but rather part of the Islamic Ooma just like the Syrians and Sunni Muslims of Lebanon and Jordan. More than 70% of the population of Jordan is Palestinian.
The blacks in the USA do not have their own separate nation. Neither do the Hispanics. Perhaps
Obama intends to give them one?

President Hussein O:
My Administration has worked with the parties and the international community for over two years to end this conflict, yet expectations have gone unmet. Israeli settlement activity continues. Palestinians have walked away from talks. The world looks at a conflict that has grinded on for decades, and sees a stalemate. Indeed, there are those who argue that with all the change and uncertainty in the region, it is simply not possible to move forward.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
Israeli settlement activity continues only at a very reduced circumscribed level. It should be going ahead at full scale. The State of Israel as it existed before 1967 is not big enough for the present number of Jewish inhabitants.
The Almighty gave the Land of Israel to the People of Israel. The Jews are human beings. They normally should deserve to live anywhere in the world BUT the world does not really want them. Especially not the Arabs. In the one small land that they do have, that the God of Israel has given them they should be allowed to build and grow as much as possible.
Obama repeating the sin of Pharaoh who in Egypt was killing all the male Israelite babies in order to stop natural increase of the Hebrew People?
Also in many (possibly most) of the German States of the Holy Roman Empire  Jews were not allowed to have more than 2 children.
Obama expect the same policy to be enforced by the State of Israel against their own Jewish citizens?
The State of Israel is a small country with a relative small population. It is surrounded by viciously hostile enemies who want to devour it and wipe if off the face of the earth. The more Jews that live in Israel the better. If they cannot build they will not grow.
If they do not build in the "territories" they will not control them.
Without the regions of Judah and Samaria the State of Israel cannot survive.
There will be no room to live in, no water resources, no viable ecological framework, no minimum strategic depth, no protection from enemies and terrorists, nothing.

President Hussein O:
I disagree. At a time when the people of the Middle East and North Africa are casting off the burdens of the past, the drive for a lasting peace that ends the conflict and resolves all claims is more urgent than ever.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
Indeed let us resolve all claims.
The areas of eastern Egypt, northwest
Saudia Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, southeast Turkey, both Turkish and Greek parts of the island of Cyprus, western Iraq, Kuwait, and part of the Persian Gulf area, as well as other regions are all sections of the Promised Land of Israel. They belong to all the Tribes of Israel. The Jewish people represent mainly the Tribes of Judah, Benjamin, Levi along with segments of all the other Tribes. The Jews of today do not want all of the areas described above but perhaps they should receive at least part of them? Alternately we can leave the resolution of this issue to the return of the Ten Tribes. We may perhaps even let the Arab peoples continue to dwell there for the time being as long as they cease hostilities.
This is what they are not doing.
They are openly seeking the destruction of Israel.
It would seem they are forfeiting whatever temporary allowance of living in the said areas they may previously have had.
President Hussein O:
For the Palestinians, efforts to delegitimize Israel will end in failure. Symbolic actions to isolate Israel at the United Nations in September won't create an independent state. Palestinian leaders will not achieve peace or prosperity if Hamas insists on a path of terror and rejection. And Palestinians will never realize their independence by denying the right of Israel to exist.

As for Israel, our friendship is rooted deeply in a shared history and shared values. Our commitment to Israel's security is unshakeable. And we will stand against attempts to single it out for criticism in international forums. But precisely because of our friendship, it is important that we tell the truth: the status quo is unsustainable, and Israel too must act boldly to advance a lasting peace.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
The USA is basically an Israelite nation. Its founding elements as well as a significant portion of its population are of Israelite descent from the Ten Tribes. Its belief system and national ideology is also Biblical, i.e. Hebraic.
The status quo is indeed unsustainable. The US as well as other Israelite nations (e.g. UK, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland,  Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and part of South Africa) together with the State of Israel should take a peace initiative. They should put the Islamic world together with all its oil and natural resources in proper order.
Bold actions are required but not of the kind
Obama envisages.
President Hussein O:
The fact is, a growing number of Palestinians live west of the Jordan River. Technology will make it harder for Israel to defend itself. A region undergoing profound change will lead to populism in which millions of people - not just a few leaders - must believe peace is possible. The international community is tired of an endless process that never produces an outcome. The dream of a Jewish and democratic state cannot be fulfilled with permanent occupation.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
This is true. More than 70% of the population of Jordan is Palestinian. Many Palestinians also live west of the Jordan River. They should not do so. They must be moved elsewhere. Most of them would go willingly even gladly if given even a modicum of proper economic incentive. This is what the Polls say. The Polls do not lie, do they?
Technology will indeed make it harder for Israel to defend itself.
That is why we need to ensure that Israel is as strong as possible. Strength comes through self-reliance. It will not come through giving up valuable living space, water resources, and strategic depth. Nor it will come by relying on Muslim good will because there is none.
Israel needs to increase its population, to develop all the lands in its possession, to strengthen its belief in the Almighty while improving the technological, physical, and intellectual abilities of its population.
"Praise the LORD and pass the ammunition" said Oliver Cromwell.
Tse Tung said, "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun."
So does peace.
Quite a few of the early mentors of President Hussein O. were ideologically close to Chairman Mao.
President Hussein may be bad but he is not stupid. Just the opposite. He knows what he is doing and by
attempting to weaken Israel he is not doing well.
President Hussein O:
Ultimately, it is up to Israelis and Palestinians to take action. No peace can be imposed upon them, nor can endless delay make the problem go away. But what America and the international community can do is state frankly what everyone knows: a lasting peace will involve two states for two peoples. Israel as a Jewish state and the homeland for the Jewish people, and the state of Palestine as the homeland for the Palestinian people; each state enjoying self-determination, mutual recognition, and peace.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
If President Hussein O. really and truly believes that peace can only come through the creation of a State of Palestine let him create one.
Suitable regions for such an entity may well be located in North Africa, or in underdeveloped regions of Latin America.

President Hussein O:
So while the core issues of the conflict must be negotiated, the basis of those negotiations is clear: a viable Palestine, and a secure Israel. The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan, and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine. The borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states. The Palestinian people must have the right to govern themselves, and reach their potential, in a sovereign and contiguous state.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
The 1967 borders were not viable when they existed. One could cross from one end to the other of these borders on foot in the space of a few hours or less. It was only through the Grace of God and by Israel taking pre-emptive action against the Egyptian, Syrian, and Jordanian war-intending forces that the State of Israel was saved. Since then the population of Israel has grown greatly. Babies have been born and millions of new immigrants have arrived from Russia and elsewhere. Needs for a place to live in have increased.
The Divine Commandment to live in the Land and not surrender it to foreigners has not changed.

You shall clear out the Land and settle in it, for I have given you the Land to occupy it. (Numbers 33:53).

# You shall surely set a king over you whom the LORD your God chooses; one from among your brethren you shall set as king over you; you may not set a foreigner over you, who is not your brother # (Deuteronomy 17:15).

[Israelites are forbidden to surrender any part of their independence. They are prohibited against letting others have any control over any of them and/or over the Promised Land.]

[Deuteronomy 7:2] And when the LORD your God delivers them over to you, you shall conquer them and utterly destroy them. You shall make no covenant with them nor show mercy to them.

The expression translated above as "show mercy to them" in Hebrew is "techanaym" which also means "grant living rights".
Heathens who do not recognize the Torah have no rights in the Land of Israel and should not be allowed to dwell there.

Technology has advanced and with it the ability of hostile powers to hurt us.
US military aid to Egypt and
Saudia has made the State of Israel even more vulnerable.
Israel cannot afford to give up any of the very little land now in its possession.
On the contrary.
We need much more.

Joshua 3:
8 You shall command the priests who bear the ark of the covenant, saying, When you have come to the edge of the water of the Jordan, you shall stand in the Jordan.
9 So Joshua said to the children of Israel, Come here, and hear the words of the LORD your God. 10 And Joshua said, By this you shall know that the living God is among you, and that He will without fail drive out from before you the Canaanites and the Hittites and the
Hivites and the Perizzites and the Girgashites and the Amorites and the Jebusites:

There is no justification for the Palestinians to have "a sovereign and contiguous state" alongside the State of Israel.
The two peoples do not get along. They have never gotten along. They do not want to get along, at least the Palestinians do not.
Whatever the case the Palestinians should be allowed to leave and live elsewhere.
This is for the good of everyone.

It is true that the Muslims believe in One God, at least in a formal sense.
They also acknowledge figures from the Hebrew scriptures.
This however is not enough.
Palestinian Arabs contain elements from both the pagan Canaanites of old and from Ishmael the son of Hagar.
Sarah the Hebrew Matriarch told Abraham:

"Get rid of that slave woman and her son, for that slave woman's son will never share in the inheritance with my son Isaac" [Genesis 21:10].

Of Ishmael it was foretold that he would become a great nation (Genesis 21:18) and that:

# He shall be a wild man; His hand shall be against every man,  And every man's hand against him.
 And he shall dwell in the face of all his brethren.(Genesis 16:12)

The Hebrew words translated above as "a wild man" are "Pera Adam" which also may be understood as meaning,
# A wild donkey of a man"!

Wherever Muslims have ruled others have suffered.
That is still the case today.
Muslim rule means debasement and degradation.
It means that non-Muslims will be enslaved, raped, tortured, have their children kidnapped, their women abducted, and constant pressure be placed on them to become Muslim.
They do not really treat themselves much better either so how can we expect them to respect others?

The Islamic Religion contain strong Pagan Elements and thought processes. Allowing Arabs equality with us and any kind of control of ANY of us entails an infringement of the commandment not to worship other gods (Exodus 20:3 Deuteronomy 5:7)!

President Hussein O:
As for security, every state has the right to self-defense, and Israel must be able to defend itself - by itself - against any threat. Provisions must also be robust enough to prevent a resurgence of terrorism; to stop the infiltration of weapons; and to provide effective border security. The full and phased withdrawal of Israeli military forces should be co-ordinated with the assumption of Palestinian security responsibility in a sovereign, non-militarized state. The duration of this transition period must be agreed, and the effectiveness of security arrangements must be demonstrated.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
Hussein O wants Israeli forces to evacuate the Israeli Lands of Judah and Samaria. These areas are the historical heartland of the Israelite Nation. They are the scene of most of the Biblical Accounts.
Giving them up involves a spiritual and ideological castration of the Israeli Jewish entity and places the whole of the Jewish People in danger.
The Arabs want to exterminate all of us.
They have said so and still say so.
The very Constitution of the
Hamas State in Gaza strongly implies this.
Options for Survival: A Solution to the War in Gaza

Hussein O. supports homosexuals and free full scale abortions.
The concept of castration would not necessarily be abhorrent to perverts of that type.

President Hussein O:
These principles provide a foundation for negotiations. Palestinians should know the territorial outlines of their state; Israelis should know that their basic security concerns will be met. I know that these steps alone will not resolve this conflict. Two wrenching and emotional issues remain: the future of Jerusalem, and the fate of Palestinian refugees. But moving forward now on the basis of territory and security provides a foundation to resolve those two issues in a way that is just and fair, and that respects the rights and aspirations of Israelis and Palestinians.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Jerusalem is a primary foundation for Jewish existence and statehood.
It is the City of God.
We should not and cannot give it up to anybody especially not to the wild donkey-men Hussein O. has in mind.
When the State of Israel was founded about 600,000 Arabs left. Most of them fled though some were evicted. The Arab States refused to absorb but deliberately kept many of them locked up in camps and fed them with UN Refugee largesse. It is an Arab problem. Not ours.
After 1948 the Arab countries began persecuting and expelling (without compensation) the large Jewish communities that had existed
in their lands. The State of Israel absorbed more than 800,000 Jewish refugees from Arab nations.
This was a population exchange.
There exist in Israel today organizations that demand compensation from the Arab nations for the property and values the Jews were forced to leave behind.
The Jews are the ones that have valid claims against the other party on this issue.
President Hussein O:
Recognizing that negotiations need to begin with the issues of territory and security does not mean that it will be easy to come back to the table. In particular, the recent announcement of an agreement between Fatah and Hamas raises profound and legitimate questions for Israel - how can one negotiate with a party that has shown itself unwilling to recognize your right to exist. In the weeks and months to come, Palestinian leaders will have to provide a credible answer to that question. Meanwhile, the United States, our Quartet partners, and the Arab states will need to continue every effort to get beyond the current impasse.

I recognize how hard this will be. Suspicion and hostility has been passed on for generations, and at times it has hardened. But I'm convinced that the majority of Israelis and Palestinians would rather look to the future than be trapped in the past. We see that spirit in the Israeli father whose son was killed by Hamas, who helped start an organization that brought together Israelis and Palestinians who had lost loved ones. He said, "I gradually realized that the only hope for progress was to recognize the face of the conflict." And we see it in the actions of a Palestinian who lost three daughters to Israeli shells in Gaza. "I have the right to feel angry," he said. "So many people were expecting me to hate. My answer to them is I shall not hate. Let us hope," he said, "for tomorrow".

That is the choice that must be made - not simply in this conflict, but across the entire region - a choice between hate and hope; between the shackles of the past, and the promise of the future. It's a choice that must be made by leaders and by people, and it's a choice that will define the future of a region that served as the cradle of civilization and a crucible of strife.

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
One cannot force people to change.
The Palestinians do not want peace.
Even if they did, the State of Israel should not be expected to transgress the Torah of the God of Israel by giving up any part of the Holy Land.
Nor should the Jews be expected to weaken their ability to defend themselves.
This is not the first time such demands have been met.
In the past the State of Israel did try and compromise.
After the Oslo Accords (1993) the Palestinians were granted autonomy, control over much of the "West Bank" and the right to police and arm themselves.
Consequently thousands of Jews were killed or injured and the whole stability of the State of Israel was seriously weakened.
Instead of the concessions given helping the State of Israel on the international level the opposite happened.
Arab demands became even more strident.
The legitimacy of Israel's very existence is now being questioned.
Nazi-type anti-Jewish sentiments all over the world are coming to the fore.
In many parts of the world it is now dangerous for a religious Jew to be
seen wearing a skull cap in public.

We have been there, done that, several times over.
Each time the consequences were worse than the previous ones.
President Hussein O:
For all the challenges that lie ahead, we see many reasons to be hopeful. In Egypt, we see it in the efforts of young people who led protests. In Syria, we see it in the courage of those who brave bullets while chanting, 'peaceful,' 'peaceful.' In Benghazi, a city threatened with destruction, we see it in the courthouse square where people gather to celebrate the freedoms that they had never known. Across the region, those rights that we take for granted are being claimed with joy by those who are prying lose the grip of an iron fist.

For the American people, the scenes of upheaval in the region may be unsettling, but the forces driving it are not unfamiliar. Our own nation was founded through a rebellion against an empire. Our people fought a painful civil war that extended freedom and dignity to those who were enslaved. And I would not be standing here today unless past generations turned to the moral force of non-violence as a way to perfect our union - organizing, marching, and protesting peacefully together to make real those words that declared our nation: "We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal."

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
We have yet to see what kind of regimes replace those that previously existed in Egypt and Libya (if Gaddaffi goes).
In Egypt indications are that the change is for the worse.
The Moslem Brotherhood looks like taking over Egypt.
Coptic Christians are liable to be persecuted even more than at present.
A powerful Egypt generously armed with state-of-the-art American weaponry may seek to go to war with Israel!!
This is not a change for the better.
It was however a change effected with help from President Hussein O!

President Hussein O:
Those words must guide our response to the change that is transforming the Middle East and North Africa - words which tell us that repression will fail, that tyrants will fall, and that every man and woman is endowed with certain inalienable rights. It will not be easy. There is no straight line to progress, and hardship always accompanies a season of hope. But the United States of America was founded on the belief that people should govern themselves. Now, we cannot hesitate to stand squarely on the side of those who are reaching for their rights, knowing that their success will bring about a world that is more peaceful, more stable, and more just."

BAC (Brit-Am Comment):
Fair enough.
Let the Palestinians govern themselves elsewhere if they so wish.
The USA was founded on belief in the Bible and in the Israelite Nation.
It is time to wake up to these facts!
The USA exists to do good and to fulfill its Israelite destiny.
Weakening the State of Israel and trying to take parts of the Holy Land from Israel is a betrayal of that Destiny!

See Also:
The Divine Purpose for the Exile and Division of the Tribes

The Yearning of Ephraim For Redemption

Why The State of Israel Should be Supported!

"The Land of Israel" by Rabbi
Yehonatan Davidiy

Israel IS holy to the LORD, The firstfruits of His increase. All that devour him will offend;
Disaster will come upon them, says the LORD (Jeremiah 2:3).

See Also:
HOP: The Hussein Obama Pages.


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