President Obama threatened to use the U.S. military to shoot down Israeli fighter jets last year if they attempted to destroy Iranian nuclear facilities, the Bethlehem news agency Ma’an reported Sunday.

If this is true then threatening to shoot down allied planes to defend a hostile nation’s attempt to get a power weapon is quite clearly aid and comfort to the enemy.  We have a word for that.  And while I know the appropriate actions cannot be taken until this worthless excuse for a human is in office I want him in cuffs the second he is out and into a trial as quickly as possible.

Please note the source is not some bullshit site like infowars—it’s the Washington Times.  Not exactly some hack rag.

……..Okay. Can we talk about this? Seriously? I don’t care what problems you have with the president, but can we at least agree that this is childish and indicative of sociopathic behavior? Even if you don’t like Obama’s policies or politics or WHATEVER, can the guy at least pay tribute to someone without all of these people dog-piling him like shrill, spoiled children?

BOMBSHELL REPORT: Obama threatened to shoot down Israeli aircraft

According to a report by a Kuwaiti newspaper, President Obama has threatened to shoot down Israeli aircraft in the event that Israel attacked Iran’s nuclear facilities.

From Israel National News:

The Bethlehem-based news agency Ma’an has cited a Kuwaiti newspaper report Saturday, that US President Barack Obama thwarted an Israeli military attack against Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2014 by threatening to shoot down Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran.
Following Obama’s threat, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was reportedly forced to abort the planned Iran attack.
According to Al-Jarida, the Netanyahu government took the decision to strike Iran some time in 2014 soon after Israel had discovered the United States and Iran had been involved in secret talks over Iran’s nuclear program and were about to sign an agreement in that regard behind Israel’s back.
The report claimed that an unnamed Israeli minister who has good ties with the US administration revealed the attack plan to Secretary of State John Kerry, and that Obama then threatened to shoot down the Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran.

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If this is true, this is huge. I’m sure there will be more details to come.

Ok. That's it. Can't keep quiet any longer.

If you are viewing/arguing this whole ISIS thing from a strictly Islam vs. Christianity point of view, you are a terrible person. I hope God, Jesus, Allah and Mohammed all bitch slap you.

ISIS is an affront to humanity. Religion, at this point, is a side bar. They are killing everyone. E.V.E.R.Y.O.N.E. Anyone who defies them is beheaded, burned alive, crucified, or otherwise savagely, barbarically murdered.

So, step away from your pulpit for a moment, set down your holy book of choice, and realize that as humans we can not allow these savages to exist. They are humanity’s greatest threat to free thought, free will, and liberty.

We cannot coexist with these barbarians. For the betterment of the species, they must be eradicated.

Then, and only then, can you go back to arguing which prophet is better.

The reason that Obama is going to allow Iranian nuclear break-out capacity is because the US administration is endeavoring to turn the Islamist state into a regional strategic partner. It is also for this reason that the Obama administration is comfortable with Iranian expansion into Syria, Yemen, and Lebanon, if not Iraq.

This is entirely unacceptable to the people of Israel – left, right, and center – and the Sunnis throughout the region are, for the most part, no happier about any of this than are the Jews.

The only people who seem comfortable with Iranian nukes are Barack Obama and the Iranians, themselves.

If Obama gets his way, we will see an arms race throughout the Middle East with virtually every significant player scrambling to kick-start their own nuclear programs. There is certainly no possible way that Egypt will allow a nuclear armed Shia Iran without Cairo gaining that capacity, as well.

What is necessary is for the American people to make it clear to the Obama administration that we stand not only with the people of Israel, but with people the world over – most particularly in the Middle East – who understand that a nuclear-weaponized Iran is potentially disastrous enough that as a basic matter of common sense it must be prevented.

Obama is not up to this job, because his heart is clearly not in it. Obama the community organizer is comfortable with Iranian nukes.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the commando, clearly is not.

I say, give ‘em hell, Bibi.

Just tell ‘em the truth and they’ll think it’s hell.

Homeland Security

Barack Obama warned of a possible partial closing of the Ministry of National Security, if Congress will not adopt the draft law on the financing of the agency.
This time our president may be right: the Ministry may be partially closed, starting next week. Thus, more than 100 thousand employees (guards, inspectors of airports and seaports) will remain unpaid.
Undoubtedly, this will have a direct blow to our economy and Homeland Security, as the work of these employees keeps us safe.

On civil liberties and transparency, President Obama “makes George W. Bush and Richard Nixon look good by comparison,” Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer told Salon writer Elias Isquith in an interview about Scheer’s new book, “They Know Everything About You: How Data-Collecting Corporations and Snooping Government Agencies Are Destroying Democracy.”

At one point in the interview, Scheer says of Obama’s record on civil liberties, “He’s probably the worst president that we’ve had in our history. …”

To Isquith’s question, “What made you want to write this book?” Scheer answered:

I think the Internet is the best and worst of worlds. I love it. I edit an Internet publication and it’s been very liberating, and yet it has the seeds of very vicious surveillance and destruction of privacy. I’ve been concerned about this for some time. I think it was 1999 — I worked on a special issue of Yahoo Internet Life — and this is before 9/11 — which was warning that the government was already in the business of mining this data. It seemed to me we were indeed entering a brave new world that we were barely comprehending.

That has accelerated since 9/11 dramatically, not only because the government had license to grab this material in the name of making us safer, but also because computers are faster and the ability to store data has much expanded and the amount that people turn over freely and easily now is astounding. I think I used my thumbprint about 10 times already this morning just trying to make my iPhone 6 Plus work. If any government anywhere in the world had required you to give your thumbprint every time you did anything it would be considered the most invasive totalitarian society. We’ve accepted as normal a degree of intrusion that would have been astounding any time in history, and we do it because we’re thinking in terms of consumer sovereignty as a main expression of our freedom; we want the convenience of picking that restaurant or what-have-you.

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