Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Is Obama Using Ayers and Dohrn to Undermine U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East?

By Nicholas Contompasis
Is President Obama independently using Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn to undermine U.S. Foreign policy in the Middle East? Is the President going around the State Department (Hillary Clinton) and the Joint Chiefs to personally overthrow Middle Eastern leaders that support peace and cheap oil? Is this a game the President is playing, to disrupt the flow of oil so that his supporters can make billions? These seem to be the overriding questions that are now rising from the dust of the Middle Eastern implosion. Both Ayers and Dohrn have been reported in the region influencing unions and activists for just such an uprising. Of course, they have also been involved with the flotilla that attempted to deliver God knows what to the Palestinians and Hamas in the Gaza.
Reports are now coming in that Ayers and Dohrn have helped these organizations to understand and work social networks like Facebook and Twitter to coordinate and direct demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt in 2009 and 2010. We have found out through Aaron Kline, investigative journalist and radio talk show host that George Soros is funding such operations. Let’s not forget that George Soros was and is a large campaign contributor to the Obama run for President and is still around spouting how he helped undermine small governments for profit.
As more information comes in, it seems that the West’s careful balancing act in the Middle East is being undermined by Obama’s Chicago activists who have found a new home in the Middle East and possibly could be encouraged by the President.
Much of this information has been out there but few have connected the dots until the last few days. One would wonder why the F.B.I., C.I.A., Mossad or the Egyptian Intelligence hasn’t stopped their activities. Could it be that the President has given them a pass to do whatever they want, even if it threatened the security of Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt?
Spreading Democracy is a noble thing but not necessarily in the Middle East. Unfortunately, the yoke of Islam will always deter any attempts to free these people of the desert.

This is a developing story and we will be updating.

No comments: