Sunday, February 06, 2011


The uprisings in Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, Sudan and Tunisia appear to be instigated by the Muslim-Brotherhood under the guise of a quest for democracy (so seductive for the West!) The Muslim world is incapable of sustaining anything that remotely resembles a democracy.

In fact, the only secular governments in the Muslim world are run by dictators. (Lebanon suffered a recent coup and is lost to Hezbollah).

I fear that Egypt will be taken over by the Muslim Brotherhood, which will severely endanger American interests and most definitely Israel, which the U.S. government is abandoning at their grave peril.

The U.S. already lost an "ally" in the Middle East when Carter abandoned the Shah.

A big question mark is the fate of the Suez canal. This is particularly crucial as Obama has locked up our vast carbon energy resources - conventional (oil, gas and coal) and non-conventional (oil shale, oil sands, coal to gas, coal to oil, coal to diesel).

It appears that our efforts in Iraq have made the region safe for Iran (by eliminating Saddam Hussein).

Unfortunately, we have a Muslim sympathizer and panderer in the White House (my hunch is that he is MB) who failed to support the Green Revolution (a TRUE revolution of the people) in Iran but appears to be encouraging the unrest in Egypt.

If the scuttlebutt is true that the U.S. will NOT veto the upcoming anti-Israel resolution in the U.N. Security Council (Communist China, Russia, U.S., France, U.K., Bosnia, Nigeria, Germany, Brazil, etc.), Obama will be the first U.S. President EVER to abandon Israel in the U.N. (really the seat of the Caliphate with the OIC and 57 member Islamist nations running the show).

Throughout the Middle East, it will be clear to those fighting for freedom that if the U.S. abandons Israel, it will abandon them.

Janet Levy,
Los Angeles

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