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#1 Was Obama's Illegal War in Libya A Trial Run to Attack Israel?09-26-2012, 10:00 PM
By Stella Paul
Hey, Obama Lovers, now that our Ambassador is dead, our Benghazi consulate is a smoldering ruin, and its top secret documents have been snatched by Al Qaeda, do you still think your hero's Libyan war is a smashing success?
Because I sure do. Not from America's point of view, of course; it's a nightmare for our national security.
But from the perspective of Obama's biggest donor, the convicted felon and renowned Israel-hater George Soros, the Libyan War is a triumph. Why? Because Obama waged it illegally and without the consent of Congress. And he did it in the name of the political philosophy that Soros bought and paid for: Responsibility to Protect, or, as it's so zippily dubbed by our global elites, R2P.
Let's lay the big facts on the table: Soros paid a flame-haired foreign policy vixen named Samantha Power to develop and popularize Responsibility to Protect (R2P) as a catchy tool to invade countries that he feels like invading.
See for yourself: Soros's Open Society Institute is a major donor of the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, a terribly high-minded international institute of terribly high-minded people pledging terribly high-minded interventions with our military.
Despite her busy schedule of posing provocatively for Men's Vogue, Samantha Power found the time to serve as Obama's top policy advisor on Libya. And in that glorious capacity, she persuaded him to send our military to Libya for the first self-proclaimed R2P intervention.
Before I go much farther into our Libyan disaster, I want to tell you some pertinent facts about Samantha Power, a.k.a. Mrs. Cass ("The Most Dangerous Man in America") Sunstein.
Samantha Power doesn't like Jews very much, and she really doesn't like Israel, probably because so many Jews live there. Like Stephen Walt, her anti-Semitic colleague at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, Power regards American Jews as a subversive element pushing America to side with its enemy, Israel.
Chillingly, in 2002, Ms. Power told a television interviewer that America should use its military to invade Israel to protect the Palestinians. Alas, said Ms. Power with a rueful chuckle, that would require "alienating a domestic constituency of tremendous political and financial import" - i.e., Jews.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/...#ixzz27cy1yqcTThe difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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