Make No Mistake About It

I am tired of hearing people speak of President Obama’s blunders and mistakes. It is very important to say it straight out: Everything he does is part of a deliberate plan. Everything he does is current White House policy.

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden join hands during a prayer at the end of an immigration reform meeting with faith leaders in the Oval Office, Nov. 13, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden join hands during a prayer at the end of an immigration reform meeting with faith leaders in the Oval Office, Nov. 13, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

It was not “an historic mistake” to sign the Geneva agreement. It was a deliberate move to allow Iran to get the bomb.

It was a deliberate move that is intended to result in the bombing of Israel.

We need to change the discussion. Here and now.

President Obama doesn’t blunder. He plots. And he schemes. And he executes with the help of a lot of people who are in it together.

John Kerry made no mistake when he threatened Israel with a third intifada. It was a call to Israel’s enemies. It was a call to war with Israel.

Everything this administration has done and will do, is with malice aforethought.

FDR threw the six million under the bus by refusing to deal with them. But President Obama? He deliberately acts against the Jews.

Take off the blinders. See it for what it is.

President Barack Obama talks with Secretary of State John Kerry in the Oval Office, Nov. 1, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

President Barack Obama talks with Secretary of State John Kerry in the Oval Office, Nov. 1, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Those Jews who still pledge allegiance to this president do so, in all likelihood, because they can’t stomach the idea that they handed him his power to hurt their own people.

I didn’t vote for him. So I’m not bound by such niceties.

 

About Varda Epstein

A third-generation-born Pittsburgher on her mother’s mother’s side, Varda moved to Israel 34 years ago and is a crazy political animal who spams people with right wing political articles on Facebook in between writing about education as the communications writer at Kars for Kids, raising her 12 children, and noshing constantly on fried food

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  • Asher

    I disagree with everything on this article

    • Shai

      Same here. Obama is a peacenik, and a lefty, but to think that he’s doing everything intentionally so that Iran will be able to nuke Israel…. LOL, we’re crossing over into crazy town here.

  • J B

    I don’t think I agree with you. Rather, Obama’s goal is to destroy American and Western power and influence. He wants to unfetter the Iranians to pursue their culture, and it doesn’t bother him if that culture happens to include wiping a pro-Western Jewish state of the map. That’s just a bonus.
    His motto: “The West is evil and imperialist, no matter what, and the Third World is righteous and genuine, no matter what. Do whatever you can to oppose the West and to support the Third World, no matter what.”

    • Varda Epstein

      We agree more than you know. The thing is, getting rid of the Middle East problem is as easy as giving Iran the bomb. Then Poof! No more Middle East conflict and we’re on the way to one global world under Big Brother. All part of the plan.

      • J B

        Well, yes. But your post says that Obama is deliberately trying to destroy Israel, and I say that Israel is just a casualty of his real goal. I know the difference is very minor, but I think it’s an important difference.
        It means he doesn’t want to kill Jews, he’s just happy to toss them under a nuclear bus when it’s convenient for him. In some ways, the latter is more sinister.

        • Varda Epstein

          As my DH says, don’t forget he sat in Jeremiah Wright’s “shul” for twenty years.

          • J B

            Good point.

  • Andrew Brehm

    How would Obama benefit from a nuclear Iran? He was elected because he is black. He cannot afford, for his own sake, to be the first black President and the President who made another Shoah possible. He is doing his best. He is just vain and stupid (but less so than most of his supporters).

  • Varda Epstein

    1) A nuclear Iran makes the Middle East conflict disappear.

    2) You think he doesn’t have handlers?

  • Istra Belagena

    Let’s just say he’d be more than happy to hand out the Iranians the job of ridding the world of one out of two states he believes to be vestiges of Western Colonialism® and bastions of White Privilege™. As for the other state, he and the American MSM and public school edumacation system are all working on it.

    It doesn’t matter where he was born but who raised him. Never, ever forget that he was raised by Commies, and from that follows all the rest: his hatred of Western values, of Biblical morality, of white people just for being white people, and of the Jewish nation-state in the Middle East; and his sympathy and support for those with equal antagonism toward that which he hates—the Muslims. As for being at odds with Saudi Arabia, this is only because Iran’s a better contender for the nuclear race, not because he begrudges the Saudis anything.

    • Varda Epstein

      Istra, you and I see pretty much eye to eye.

      • rulierose

        yes, and isn’t it too bad that that Rashid Khalidi farewell dinner videotape is STILL locked in a vault at the LA Times.

        why is that? why can’t we see it? he’s not running for anything anymore. I think it’s time we heard what Barack Obama REALLY thinks about the Israeli-Palestinian issue. it might very well prove Varda right.

  • Jim_from_Iowa

    Oh dear. You’ve really gone off the rails with this one. How you must see the world filled with people who have deep, dark sinister motives against the Jews. Time for a sit-down, Varda, and reflect on the accusations you’re making. If there is any truth in them at all, Netanyahu and his government need to immediately break off diplomatic relations with the United States and stop being an enabler of such a deplorable anti-Semite as President Obama. And convince the Anti-Defamation League, the Simon Wiesanthal Center and the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee to call him out on President Obama’s anti-Semitic calculations.

    • Varda Epstein

      Jim? Exactly.

  • Dizzy

    Wow! I generally browse this blog for issues that are important to Israel and the diaspora, and it is usually good. I lean to the right of the political spectrum, but with crackpots like this, writing delusional conspiracy garbage, maybe it’s time I stopped coming here.

    • http://www.israellycool.com/ Aussie Dave

      I do not necessarily agree with Varda on this, but I welcome a diversity of opinion and the resultant discussion.
      This blog is not about parroting a party line. I deliberately welcomed on board people with a variety of opinions, but with the common glue being a deep love of Israel and pro-Israel outlook.

      If you can’t handle that, then this blog is not for you.

      • Dizzy

        Dave, your otherwise excellent blog contains articles which are mostly fact based, and always shows sources. Many times you are the source for others.

        This article contains conjecture, conspiracy spinning, no reference to anything factual. It is pure opinion like other articles, but the difference is it has no basis in reality. It is the product of a biased, hateful mind.

        • Jim_from_Iowa

          I have to agree with Dizzy, Dave. I come to your site and not Pamela Geller’s for a reason. Yours is informative and entertaining and substantively covers something in which I’m interested, Israel. Her’s consists almost entirely of fear-based wild conspiracies and hate-filled rants in the articles and in the comments section.

        • http://www.israellycool.com/ Aussie Dave

          Dizzy, it is an opinion piece. You are free to disagree with it (as I have). But censoring people is not the way to go.

          Jim, many commenters have asked me to censor you and I have refused for the same reason I allow Varda to express her opinion here. You can’t have it both ways.

          • Jim_from_Iowa

            Fair enough. I was just expressing a concern that Israellycool not become another conspiracy theory-filled rightwing political blog. I respect your editorial judgment and am satisfied with the way you handle things here.

            • Istra Belagena

              We all have our concerns, Jim. Mine is that Israellycool won’t become a kumbaya-filled leftoid Bizarro World where wayciss acts and comments directed at Arabs are deemed worse than what those poor widdle dears have been doing to the Jews here for about 120 years.

          • Dizzy

            To echo Steve, this piece is as foolish as the September 11 conspiracies about Jews. Opinions can be varied, but opinion pieces should be based on reality not made up.

            I like this blog, I really do; I think this type of sensational, Pamella Geller style writing is extremely damaging to your site. I hope it does not continue.

        • Varda Epstein

          Dizzy, Jim, I decided that you were both correct in that there was no substance to back my contentions about the President. I hopefully redressed this issue in this follow-up piece: http://www.israellycool.com/2013/11/26/follow-up-make-no-mistake-about-it/

    • Steve

      I have to agree with Dizzy on this one. I generally like reading isreallycool posts, but this just strikes me as delusional and conspiracy-driven. This article does a disservice to your blog. It’s nutters like Varda that weaken our position and make us look delusional. There has to be some lines, and I think she crossed it on this one. This article is complete conjecture without any shred of evidence. Her position is as foolish and off-beat as those who claim that Israel and the Jews were behind the attacks of Sept 11.

      • Steve

        I think Varda should apologize for this blog post. She went too far and it harms the credibility of this site. Everyone makes mistakes, so I encourage her to post a follow-up piece apologizing for this drivel.

        • http://judeanrose.blogspot.com Varda

          Not going to happen, Steve. The man plots with Valerie Jarrett all this time while he says he has Israel’s back and you think he isn’t plotting and purposeful? He leaks Israel’s MILITARY secrets and you think he’s just a blunderbuss?

        • http://judeanrose.blogspot.com Varda

          If you want a follow-up blog, Steve, it wouldn’t be an apology. It would be an in depth analysis of the facts that support my “delusions.”

          Would you settle for that?

        • Varda Epstein

          You didn’t answer, Steve, but here it is, anyway. I rolled out of bed and this time, did my homework in this follow-up piece: http://www.israellycool.com/2013/11/26/follow-up-make-no-mistake-about-it/ I hope you will read this and tell me you at least now see where I was coming from in my “rant” of yesterday.

      • http://www.israellycool.com/ Aussie Dave

        As I explained above, not every contributor on this blog has exactly the same views. If there are any contributors you prefer not to read, be my guest.

        What would do a disservice to this blog would be to censor Varda and others who have their own views, and parrot everything you all want to hear (which does not exist anyway, since the readers also hold diverse views).

        • Shai

          I’m not telling you what to do with your blog or anything, but I think what most people are taking an issue with is not necessarily the fact that she has a different view, but it is just crazy ranting without sources to back it up. It comes out as hate mongering absurdity.

          For example, when Brian of London was making posts about supporting EDL, I cringed. It was extremely disturbing to see on a pro-Israel bog. However, he backed up whatever he was saying with facts and sources. His interpretation of the facts/sources made me cringe, but at least they were there.

          This is just someone going off without a base. That’s the issue I think most people have, not necessarily that she has a “view they disagree with.”

  • Abu Zibby

    Fact is that the US State Department always acts as it sees fit without any regard to Israel. This has been the case since Dwight D Eisenhower. I wouldn’t be so concerned about it if our own elected leaders in Israel wouldn’t be spineless, gullible or outright dumb as they are.

  • rulierose

    Aussie Dave: please pay no attention to all these people who suddenly want to tell you which views to publish and which not to.

    I’ll really be glad when Obama’s out of office and we can all go back to being able to criticize the president again. maybe you don’t agree that he’s deliberately throwing Israel under the bus, but it’s certainly a view supported by a lot of evidence. at the very least, I don’t see why Dave can’t feel free to post an article about it.

    btw Pamela Geller can get a little carried away but she is a great warrior in the fight against radical Islam, and she deserves a lot more respect than some of you seem willing to give her.

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  • http://hertzlinger.blogspot.com Joseph Hertzlinger

    Many ideas are believed, not on the basis of evidence, but simply because “Everybody Knows” them. Everybody Knows that Israeli settlers are the cause of wars in the Mideast, that conservatives are bitter clingers, that alternative energy is the wave of the future, that motorists are wasting lots of gasoline and can easily economize, that anti-Americans overseas are resentful of capitalism and can be turned by giving into them, and that Columbus was opposed by flat-earth believers. As far as I can tell, the current President believes in all of that. He knows what “Everybody Knows.”

    As for whether Iran is trying for a bomb… It took the United States four years to get nuclear weapons in an era when all the research had to be done for the first time.

    Iran has been run by loons for a quarter century. They were fighting a war with a megalomaniac with nuclear ambitions for almost a decade. If they don’t have nukes by now, they must be really lame.

    I suspect they’re trying to blackmail the West with threats that they’ll get a bomb Real Soon Now if we don’t give in. The current agreement is ideal from that point of view. They have an excuse to drag their feet a little longer while retaining the ability to enrich a little more when Syria finally collapses and they want a slice.

    This will be followed a few years later by agreeing to stop their biowarfare research in return for Saudi Arabia …

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