Wednesday, October 5, 2011

When Diplomacy Conflicts with the Truth

Americans Stand with Israel
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
by Bee Sting
“We’ve never had a better friend than President Obama.” 
 .......Deputy Foreign Minister Ayalon

"No. Our countries are good friends. And I'm the minister of defense, I can tell you that I can hardly remember ... a better period of support, American support and cooperation and similar strategic understanding of events around us than what we have right now.
"The President didn't say that Israel should go back to the borders of '67. He made it very clear that he thinks that Palestinians deserve a state of their own. We also believe in two states ... [a] secure Israel side by side with a demilitarized Palestinian state that will basically have the same area that's West Bank and Gaza Strip had before '67 with certain swaps, with understanding of the transformation on the ground."    
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak 
Not one Conservative American; not one blog supporting and speaking out against the "change" in US foreign policy towards our friend and ally Israel since Obama became President would agree with the statements quoted by top Israeli leaders.  President Obama, since his first day in Office has made it clear that the "change" he spoke of during his campaign was a change in relationships with America's closest friends, preferring to apologize to the entire Islamic world and worse, supporting Arab Muslim goals listed in the Charters of the Palestinians and Hamas terrorist organization (the one thing these two groups agree upon), which is to eliminate the Jewish State, Israel.

It didn't take Americans long to wake up and smell the coffee!   Liberty weeps along side each of us!  Obama apologizes for America to the entire Islamic world, while bowing to Saudi kings.  And yet, he remains silent and dare not say a word while Turkey threatens Israel with warships and Syria announces that she will bomb Tel Aviv.

When have you ever known a President of the United States showing such weakness at a time of great need by our allies?!  Now, not a day later, would be a good time for Obama to take out that teleprompter, face the media and come to the defense of Israel.  Let her enemies (and America's) know that we shall not stand for tyranny; not from Turkey, or Syria, or the Brotherhood in Egypt.

Israel has great wisdom in not displaying publicly her disappointments.  She has done all humanly possible to maintain peaceful relationships with the United States, no matter how many times her back is to the wall.  Her leaders do not hang out dirty laundry for the public to witness (unlike this administration) and I am aware that Israel would never openly disapprove of a US president.

Here's the dilemma supporters of Israel face:  Jewish Americans for Obama

Dear Israel, your diplomacy is being used against your country (and America)!  Obama's using your kind remarks to gain Jewish votes during his campaign run for another term. This is what we're up against!  If anyone has a suggestion to counter-act campaign propaganda, please let me know.