Friday, June 12, 2009

Obama's High Commissioner

It just gets worser and worser. Now Obama wants to install his own people within the Netanyahu administration to report back to Washington on Israel's intentions. This is outrageous on it's face as no government should allow foreign agents to monitor it's internal workings. Obama would certainly not allow Netanyahu's people into the Pentagon or other administration offices.

Of course, this is all part of Obama's plan to destroy Israel as an independent nation and curry favor with the international Islamic community.

Caroline Glick suggests that Bibbi create a liaison position through which Obama's henchmen would have to operate. This would keep them out of business they have no right to intrude into and insulate Bibbi from a waste of his time dealing with what are essentially spies within his government.


Obama's High Commissioner
By Caroline B. Glick

Ahead of his current trip to the Middle East US President Barack Obama's Middle East envoy George Mitchell made what might have been construed as a positive step in Israel's direction. Speaking to reporters on Monday, Mitchell said that he and Obama wish to restart peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians immediately.

The reason Mitchell's pronouncement might have been interpreted as a move in Israel's direction is because until he made his call for negotiations, recent pronouncements on Israel and the Palestinians by the president and his senior advisors have given the uniform impression that the US no longer favors a negotiated settlement of the Palestinian conflict with Israel. Through their obsessive focus on Israeli building activities in Judea and Samaria, Obama and his advisors have sent regional leaders the message that they define their role here not as mediators, but as agents for the Palestinians against Israel. Consequently, far from giving the sense that they seek a peace deal that will be acceptable to Israelis and Palestinians alike, they have convinced the Israelis and the Palestinians - as well as much of the Arab world - that the US intends to coerce Israel into accepting a settlement that sacrifices Israeli security and national needs on the altar of maximalist Palestinian ambitions.