President Obama’s Foreign Policy








“I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” –Barack Obama in his book, Audacity of Hope.




How President Obama’s Foreign Policy is Failing




Do you remember one of the very first things President Obama did as president was personally deliver apologetic speeches in and to Israel’s neighbors in the Middle East? And do you remember last spring (2011) when President Obama attacked Libya’s Muammar Qadhaffi with our military and without congressional authorization?  

General Colin Powell said about invading Iraq and toppling Saddam "if you break it, you own it." This motto, adopted from Pottery Barn, has come back to haunt President Obama in his Middle East policy. The primary responsibility lies with President Obama in this sphere too.

President Obama's deceptive narrative and naiveté is on display throughout the Middle East events.

The Obama Doctrine has done nothing to keep America safe, free and prosperous in a dangerous world.



In June 2009 President Obama called for a 'new beginning between the United States and Muslims.' (Pete Souza / The White House via Corbis)

What is unfolding in the Middle East has the makings of the most perfect storm in American foreign policy since 1979. You may recall what happened then. Another Islamist revolution. Another attack on a U.S. Embassy. Another Democrat in the White House.

This is what Jimmy Carter said in a speech on Feb. 7, 1980, as the Iranian hostage crisis entered its third month: I have been struck ... by the human and moral values which Americans as a people share with Islam. We share, first and foremost, a deep faith in the one Supreme Being. We are all commanded by him to faith, compassion, and justice. We have a common respect and reverence for law ... On the basis of both values and interests, the natural relationship between Islam and the United States is one of friendship ... We have the deepest respect and reverence for Islam.

Remind you of anything? Try this: Ive come here ... to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world, one based on mutual interest and mutual respect, and one based upon the truth that America and Islam are not exclusive and need not be in competition. Instead, they overlap, and share common principlesprinciples of justice and progress, tolerance, and the dignity of all human beings ... Let there be no doubt: Islam is a part of America.

That was from a speech given by President Obama in Cairo on June 4, 2009. Funny how small a difference 30 years make. Same old pious hopes for respect, reverence for law, and tolerance. And, in return, the same disrespect, illegality, and intolerance. The embassy in Tehran then, the consulate in Benghazi now.

Heres what happens to American presidents who look to be loved in the Middle East. In 2008, the year Obama won the presidency with his pledge to end George W. Bushs wars, 75 percent of Egyptians had an unfavorable opinion of the United States. Today its 79 percent. Four years ago, that was the percentage of Jordanians with a negative view of the U.S. Now its 86 percent.

It is much safer to be feared than loved, Machiavelli teaches us. Today America is neither. Consider the wider ramifications of the Middle Eastern crisis. Revolutions have succeeded, with halfhearted American support, in Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia. Among the beneficiaries have been staunch anti-American organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood. The United States continues to give Egypt more than $1 billion a year in aid, roughly the price of the two attack submarines the Egyptians are buying from Germany. The country was once Americas ally. In September (2012) the president conceded it is now neither our enemy nor our friend.

Americas most dependable ally in the region is Israel. Repeatedly this year Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pleaded with Obama to draw a red line on Irans nuclear program rather than give a red light to preventive military action. In September (2012) the White House declined even to meet with Netanyahu when he visited the United States later that month. Even Haaretz (no fan of Bibi) regards this as a mistake.

Maybe you think George Bushs invasion of Iraq was a worse mistake, though it gave that country democracy, showed Arabs that dictators can be toppled, and turned an enemy into a potential ally. But consider the consequences of this presidents decision to pull out of Iraq. In July (2012), at least 100 Iraqis perished in a wave of bombings and shootings by al Qaeda in Iraq, which aims to overthrow the Shia-led government of Nuri al-Maliki. In September (2012) the countrys Sunni vice president was sentenced to death. Meanwhile, Kurdistan is acting like an independent state (or, rather, a satellite of Turkey). Iraq is falling apart.

As for Syria, while Obama fiddles, its cities burn in a civil war that could soon eclipse Lebanons in the 1980s.

The president who was once a foreign-policy neophyte now makes much of his experience. That claim depends heavily on a program of targeted assassination that liberals would have denounced if it had been pursued by his predecessor.  –Niall Ferguson, PhD. [Source]






What the President and his Administration said—or did not say—since September 11, 2012 on terrorism has become a matter of deep fascination. But at the heart of the blame-shifting and lawyerly language over the meaning of terrorism are questions about intelligence, security, and policy failure in the Middle East.


The fact that al-Qaeda is in fact alive and getting a foothold in Libya should not have been news to the Administration. Details can be found in a new report from the Library of Congress. This report was completed in August, and the Library of Congress concluded that al-Qaeda has grown in strength in Libya as well as in other Arab countries.

The CIA reported to Washington within 24 hours of the Libyan consulate attack that “that there was evidence it was carried out by militants, not a spontaneous mob,” AP reports.


"The problem the United States is facing is not the obscure and vile 'Innocence of Muslims' video, but a Commander in Chief whose policies and priorities are derelict and dangerous."  -Spero News editor and former US diplomat Martin Barillas  



Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad invoked the U.S. debt in questioning America’s continued legitimacy, asking how a country with $16 trillion in debt could “remain a world power.”





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