The destabilization of the middle east continues.
While the Obama administration touted the depositions of Egyptian prime dictator Hosni Mubarak and Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi as victories for democratic reform, peace and social networking, it should be quite obvious that what’s transpired in the middle east under the leadership of our Nobel Peace Prize winning Commander In Chief is yet another chapter in the broader destabization of the region.
The events of the last 72 hours have been particularly interesting, as they came on the heels of the President’s refusal to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about Iran’s nuclear ambitions. The American public’s waning sentiment for further expansion of the war in the middle east has forced Obama to take a wait-and-see approach ahead of the November Presidential elections.
That is, unless, there was a reason for Americans to get angry at the theocratic governments of the middle east, radical Muslims, and Iran’s influence over the region.
After protesters raised the black flag of Islam over the US embassy yesterday, further rioting at the U.S. embassy in Libya this morning, and a coordinated attack that led to the execution of U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens, that change of sentiment may very well be taking shape now: Read more......