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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Despite assurance, Obama ALREADY planning to meet with HAMAS

In an interview published Tuesday in the London-based Al-Hayat, Dr. Ahmad Yousef, political adviser to Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, said senior Hamas figures had held a secret meeting with advisers to Barack Obama in Gaza before the U.S. elections.

Throughout his campaign Obama’s official line was that he would “only talk with Hamas if it renounces terrorism, recognizes Israel’s right to exist, and agrees to abide by past agreements.”

Yet Damascus-based Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal responded to Obama’s win on an optimistic note, telling Australia’s Sky News on Saturday that his organization was “ready for dialogue with President Obama and with the new American administration with an open mind.”

On Saturday night, though, Obama’s senior foreign policy coordinator Denis McDonough seemed to hold the fort, deflecting Mashaal’s amiability by reiterating Obama’s three-part formula for making Hamas acceptable.

For those who don’t want America to have dealings with an Islamist terror organization like Hamas, that may have sounded reassuring. But now it seems it may be too soon to feel reassured.

According to Yousef in the Al-Hayat interview, the Obama-Hamas talks were already ongoing during the U.S. election campaign: “We were in contact with a number of Obama’s aides through the Internet, and later met with some of them in Gaza, but they advised us not to reveal this information as it may influence the elections or become manipulated by McCain’s campaign.”

Yousef also claimed he personally had friendly relations with some of Obama’s advisers and that “Haniyeh will draft a congratulatory letter to Obama for his victory.”

Yousef added: “The policy Obama will instate in the Middle East will differ from that of his predecessor George W. Bush, although it is clear that the region and the Palestinian issue will not be at the top of his agenda. [Obama] will focus more on the economic crisis, Iraq, and Afghanistan.”

A clash between Obama’s public, anodyne, mainstream statements and behind-the-scenes activities of a different nature would confirm the fears of those concerned about Obama’s history of association with radical people and ideologies.

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Kenyan Thug wants Obama Payback

Last month, Investigative reporter Jerome Corsi was detained by Kenyan officials just before he was about to hold a press conference that was intended to reveal his findings about Obama. Radical Islamist and bad dude Raila Odinga is now saying he wants "favors" from the U.S. under an Obama presidency.

Keep an eye on U.S. / Kenyan relationships as we move forward..

Guess Who is on Short List for Attorney General?


Yes, the same Jamie Gorelick responsible for building the "Intelligence Wall" between the CIA and the FBI that many credit for the most glaring failures leading to 9/11.

AND the same Jamie Gorelick who served as Vice Chairwoman at Fannie Mae between 1998-2003, earning over $25 million!

Surreal and Macabre doesn't even begin to describe what we're witnessing.

Hitler Youth Sees America Going in same direction

Yes, he's selling a book but he was also there and part of the Nazi rise. I'd say that gives him some credibility. At least it should. And so what if he is selling a book, why would / should that take away from the message he is sending?

"Every day brings this nation closer to a Nazi-style totalitarian abyss," writes Hilmar von Campe, now a U.S. citizen, and author of "Defeating the Totalitarian Lie: A Former Hitler Youth Warns America."
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