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February 4, 2011

Obama’s Hope and Change? Or Sell Out?

by lewwaters

It’s difficult to believe a man still living can be reincarnated, but more and more it appears to failures of Jimmy Carter, no doubt the absolute worst president to ever occupy the Oval Office, are not only being repeated, but compounded.

Sold to the world over this half-race, Barack Obama is well on the way to destroying America and rapidly selling out every ally we have had for decades.

Just as Carter did with Iran, in encouraging all to accept Ayatollah Khomeini, who had untold number murdered who might oppose his dictatorial Islamic regime, Obama is ready to encourage Egypt to accept the Muslim Brotherhood into their government, even though they have long advocated the annihilation of neighboring Israel.

As if such a blunder isn’t enough, Obama seems ready to repeat Carters mistakes in not only weakening American defenses, but our long time allies as well.

Nuclear Arms has been a fearful weapon that several presidents have worked on reducing. Carter gained an agreement on such reductions with the former Soviet Union that he hailed as “the first nuclear arms treaty which assumed real reductions in strategic forces to 2,250 of all categories of delivery vehicles on both sides.”

SALT II, as it was called, failed to be ratified due to the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan, provoked by the Carter administration and confirmed by Carter’s National Security Advisor , Zbigniew Brzezinski in 1998.

Brzezinski said,

“According to the official version of history, the CIA assistance to the Mujahideen began during 1980, i.e. after the Soviet army had invaded Afghanistan on December 24, 1979. But the reality, kept secret until now, is very different: it was July 3, 1979 when President Carter signed the first directive on the clandestine assistance to opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. On that day, I wrote a note to the President in which I explained that in my opinion this aid would bring about a military intervention by the Soviets….. We did not push the Russians to intervene, but we knowingly increased the probability that they would.”

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