While the Islamist-in-Chief, in tandem with his Israeli yes-men, is busy touting the closer than close ties with Israeli chieftains – implying they are akin to incestuous, kissing cousins – the facts attest otherwise.
To be fair, Congress has kept its pro Israel relationship (mostly) intact, and certain actions from the regime have been in Israel’s favor. HOWEVER, the amount of damage, via leaks and assorted anti-Israel/anti-semitic verbiage (albeit through his surrogates),has been incalculably hostile and deleterious to Israel’s well being.
Think of it this way – it is as if a wife beater’s claims are to believed, simply because he says sorry and brings her flowers, but after a savage beating! Would any rational person accept said sincerity? Of course not. But a cowed, Stockholm Syndrome afflicted wife would. Similarly, the Obama Presidency has been nothing short of a browbeating beat down to its ‘friend’, aside from the occasional kisses and hugs.
And along comes DEBKAfile Intelligence with three IMPORTANT tidbits; each explosive in its own way.
“Zawahiri Rides Back into Egypt
US finds al Qaeda chief opening terror front from Sinai to Benghazi”
“France & Israel in Accord on Iran
Their intelligence ties are in closer rapport than they are with US agencies.”
“Quiet Islamist coup in Cairo
Brotherhood strongman el-Shater makes Morsi a figurehead.”
So, taken separately, as well as together, the implications are very clear. In a basic geo-political rendering, here is the upshot:
Barack HUSSEIN Obama’s (purposeful) dictates to Mubarak – GO NOW – has ushered in the return of Osama Bin Laden’s right hand terror fiend. In essence, his full throttle backing of the Brotherhood Mafia has reaped strategic rewards for the same AlQaeda he has exhorted as vanquished – due to the death of Osama! Thus, Number One’s meaning unfolds.
But it is not as if any student ( worth a damn ) of Mid East geo-politics couldn’t predict this outcome – https://adinakutnicki.com/2012/10/12/the-islamist-in-chief-helped-install-morsi-the-muslim-brotherhoods-point-man-for-egypt-1-1-2-addendum-to-white-house-mandates-aid-to-morsi-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki/.
While French leaders leave much to be desired – at least in relation to Israel – they are beginning to understand that siding with Israel, against Iran’s Hitlerite regime, is in their national interests. In other words, they are grasping (whether it’s too little too late, this blogger will leave to others) that the rise of Islamism is a mortal threat to the French Republic, as well as to their long-standing interests in the region. Hence, Number Two’s focus is sharpened.
To cap off the western nightmare, Number Three MUST be understood as the fait accompli that it is – Islamism has taken grip in the largest Arab country in the world, notwithstanding all the blatherings from Israel’s poohbahs, who surely know better, but are loathe to admit it publicly.
‘Ministry rejects Amos Gilad’s rebuke of Egypt’
“Defense ministry rejects senior defense official’s characterization of Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s rule as “terrible dictatorship.”
The comments by Defense Ministry security and diplomacy chief Amos Gilad do not reflect the positions of the security establishment nor do they reflect the positions of Gilad, the Defense Ministry clarified on Friday.
The Defence Ministry clarification comes in response toremarks made by Gilad earlier in the day at the IDC Herzliya’s “Strategic Fridays” event, in which he said that “There is no talking going on between (Israel’s) and Egypt’s political echelons, and I don’t think there will be.”
The Defense Ministry highlighted the positive aspects of Gilad’s lecture, pointing to the fact that Gilad’s central themes were the strategic importance of upholding the peace treaty with Egypt and maintaining good bilateral relations between the two countries.
The ministry concluded that Gilad had no intention of interfering with internal Egyptian politics but rather merely was expressing concern over possible upheaval in the Middle East.
In this respect, Gilad had referred to what he described as the radicalization of Egypt following the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise to power, saying “a terrible dictatorship sprouted from the desire for democracy (in Egypt).”
He also said that “[Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi] will not speak with us [Israel].”
Nevertheless, Gilad stressed that Israel must preserve the peace treaty with Egypt “at any cost.”