Yes, gang, here’s yet another justification for perhaps even impeaching one of the most inept practitioners of foreign policy in American history.

Take a look at this news story from the the “Gulf News Report” ( on June 18, 2014:


And here it is, for your perusal, in its entirety.

Read it and weep for America and the world:

“For the past decade, two successive US administrations have maintained close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Tunisia, Syria and Libya, to name just the most prominent cases.

“The Obama administration conducted an assessment of the Muslim Brotherhood in 2010 and 2011, beginning even before the events known as the “Arab Spring” erupted in Tunisia and in Egypt. The President personally issued Presidential Study Directive 11 (PSD-11) in 2010, ordering an assessment of the Muslim Brotherhood and other “political Islamist” movements, including the ruling AKP in Turkey, ultimately concluding that the United States should shift from its longstanding policy of supporting “stability” in the Middle East and North Africa (that is, support for “stable regimes” even if they were authoritarian), to a policy of backing “moderate” Islamic political movements.

“To this day, PSD-11 remains classified, in part because it reveals an embarrassingly naïve and uninformed view of trends in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.

“The revelations were made by Al Hewar centre in Washington, DC, which obtained the documents in question.

“Through an ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit, thousands of pages of documentation of the US State Department’s dealings with the Muslim Brotherhood are in the process of being declassified and released to the public.

“US State Department documents obtained under the FOIA confirm that the Obama administration maintained frequent contact and ties with the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood. At one point, in April 2012, US officials arranged for the public relations director of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammad Gaair, to come to Washington to speak at a conference on “Islamists in Power” hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

“A State Department Cable classified “Confidential” report says the following: “Benghazi Meeting With Libyan Muslim Brotherhood: On April 2 [2012] Mission Benghazi met with a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood steering committee, who will speak at the April 5 Carnegie Endowment `Islamist in Power’ conference in Washington, D.C. He described the Muslim Brotherhood’s decision to form a political party as both an opportunity and an obligation in post-revolution Libya after years of operating underground. The Brotherhood’s Justice and Construction Party would likely have a strong showing in the upcoming elections, he said, based on the strength of the Brotherhood’s network in Libya, its broad support, the fact that it is a truly national party, and that 25 per cent of its members were women. He described the current relationship between the Brotherhood and the TNC (Transitional National Council) as `lukewarm.’”

“Another State Department paper marked “Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU)” contained talking points for Deputy Secretary of State William Burns’ scheduled July 14, 2012 meeting with Mohammad Sawan, the Muslim Brotherhood leader who was also head of the Brotherhood’s Justice and Construction Party. The document is heavily redacted, but nevertheless provides clear indication of Washington’s sympathies for the emergence of the Muslim Brotherhood as a major political force in the post-Gaddafi Libya. The talking points recommended that Secretary Burns tell Sawan that the US government entities “share your party’s concerns in ensuring that a comprehensive transitional justice process is undertaken to address past violations so that they do not spark new discontent.”

“The Burns paper described the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood: ‘Prior to last year’s revolution, the Muslim Brotherhood was banned for over three decades and its members were fiercely pursued by the Gaddafi regime. The Libyan Muslim Brotherhood (LMB) returned to Libya last year after years in exile in Europe and the United States, selected new leadership and immediately began to plan for an active role in Libya’s political future.’ After a redacted section, the document continued, ‘The LMB-affiliated Justice and Construction party, led by Misratan and former political prisoner under Gaddafi Mohammad Sawan, was created in March 2012. Sawan himself was not a candidate in the elections but wields significant influence as the head of the largest political party and most influential Islamist (terrorist) party in Libya.’

“The July 14 meeting was attended by both Secretary Burns and Ambassador Christopher Stevens. On September 11, 2012, Ambassador Stevens and three other American diplomats were killed in a premeditated terrorist attack on US mission and CIA facilities in Benghazi.

“An undated State Department cable revealed further courting of the LMB and its Justice and Construction Party: ‘Mohammad Sawan, Chairman of Justice and Construction Party, received yesterday at his office in Tripoli, Ambassadors of US, UK, FR and IT. The Ambassadors requested the meeting to get acquainted with the party’s position on the current events in Libya, the Government, the Party’s demand to sack the Prime Minister, the Constitution, GNC lifetime arguments, dialogue initiatives and Party’s assessment of political and security situation in Libya and the region. During the meeting, which took an hour and a half and attended by Mohammad Talb, party’s International Relations officer, and Hussam Naeli, acting liaison officer, Sawan explained that the Government has not been able to achieve any success in the core files such as security and local government, which both are under the direct supervision of the Prime Minister. Such a failure resulted in the lack of security, continuous assassinations, kidnappings, crimes, smuggling and attacks on public and private property, halt oil exports and disruption of water and electricity supply. Sawan stressed that a solution is possible and the party presented a clear solution, but the Government is not in harmony. He added we are responsible only for ministries that we take part in.’

“The State Department cable noted that: ‘On their part, the Ambassadors praised the active role of the Party in the political scene and confirmed their standing with the Libyan people and Government despite its weaknesses and they are keen to stabilize the region... At the end of the meeting, Sawan thanked his guests and all stressed the need to communicate. The guests affirmed that they will assist through Libyan legitimate entities as they did during the revolution....”


The president’s chief job is to keep Americans safe.

But Barack Obama's past policy of providing covert support to the Muslim Brotherhood (and their affiliates like al-Qaeda), to accelerate the “Arab Spring” (“democracy” in the Middle East), as well as regime change (the overthrow of dictators like Hosi Mubarak ), was the ultimate exercise in naiveté by an unqualified American’s president whose only experience was as a community organizerprimarily trained in the tactics of apology, negotiation, and appeasement.

How this policy was to be implemented was outlined in October 2010, in a State Department document labelled “Middle East Partnership Initiative: Overview”:

U.S. State Dept. Document Confirms Regime Change Agenda in Middle East

This State Department document was released as part of an FOIA suit focused on Presidential Study Directive 11, which still remained classified as “secret” as recently as last July.

And according to MEB executives, PSD-11 spelled out the Obama Administration’s plans to support the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as other “allied (‘political Islam’) movements” then believed to be “compatible with U.S. foreign policy objectives in the region”.

The breathtakingly stupid (and naïve) policy behind this initiative was that by helping to bring the Muslim Brotherhood-- and other Islamist insurgent movements who were willing to participate -- to power, this would demonstrate to the radical Islamic jihadists, within the region, that the use of violence was NOT necessary to achieve the Islamist agenda.

In other words, Neville (Chamberlain) Obama – and his acolytes in the Obama White House – were willing to achieve peace (in the Middle East) at any cost.

They were willing to offer their support to the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization that originally was supported by – guess who? – ADOLPH HITLER and his Nazi regime!

Founded in 1928 by a schoolteacher named Hassan al Banna, the Muslim Brotherhood has remained dedicated to imposing Sharia law and reestablishing an Islamic caliphate throughout the Muslim world.

In fact, since its inception, the Muslim Brotherhood’s creed has been spelled out in six brief phrases:

“Allah is our goal. The Prophet is our leader. The Quran is our constitution. Jihad is our way. Death in the service of Allah is the loftiest of our wishes. Allah is great, Allah is great.”

And of course, doesn’t that rallying cry sound familiar, associated with another contemporary jihadist organization:

Yes indeed, can you say “ISSIS”, boys and girls (of all ages)?

And in my opinion, pushing Mubarak out of power in Egypt, and helping to bring the Muslim Brotherhood to power, was a significant victory for the radical Islamists of the Middle East.

By then, the Syrian rebellion, inspired in part by events in Egypt, had already begun -- allowing the “Islamic State of Iraq” and “al-Sham” to gain a foothold in Syria and Iraq.

The Obama regime’s covert intervention in Syria ultimately resulted in a sectarian war between Sunni and Shiite Muslims, stretching all the way from Beirut to Baghdad.

The president's policy of pro-active regime change turned out to be a total disaster for most populations in the Middle East.

What can one say except that Barack Obama, and his reality-challenged political advisers in the Obama White House, are delusional fools – they see only what they want to see, and reality be damned!

In other words, the Muslim Brotherhood's declaration of war on America in October 2010 was simply an “inconvenient truth”.

This foreign-policy perspective has been an total disaster for the Middle East and North Africa, and most of the people living in these regions!

Nuff said, I would think.

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