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dangerous_times_john_brennans_black_ops.htmlAmerican Thinker:

President Obama's second inauguration could have been a celebration of national unity, but already it has become yet another campaign to scapegoat and marginalize those who have dared to oppose Obama -- like the Republicans, gun owners, and Bibi Netanyahu, who was just accused by El Lider Supremo of not understanding his own nation's best interests. Obama is stunningly arrogant and ignorant, a radical ideologue in the mold of Malcolm X, but the US media pretend he is a normal US president. He is not. He is the most rad-leftist president in US history.

Netanyahu has dedicated his whole life to Israel's survival and welfare. His brother was killed leading the Entebbe rescue of hundreds of kidnapped airline passengers. Netanyahu's loyalties are not in doubt. He has never had to hide who he was.

President Obama instantly excused Egypt's Morsi, when a 2010 YouTube video surfaced calling for children to be indoctrinated in hating Jews and Israel; Obama is allowing Tehran to reach nuclear arms and missiles; but to President Zero, Israel is "a pariah" among nations.Scissors-32x32.png

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John Brennan: "Jihad Is a Holy Struggle"

Middle East Quarterly

Summer 2010


On May 26, 2010, John Brennan, deputy national security advisor for homeland security, delivered a speech[1] at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington-based think tank.


The speech reads as something of a paean to Barack Obama from whom all inspiration for current security policies is deemed to flow (and, as such, echoes a speech Brennan delivered to the same center on August 6, 2009[2]). It draws on themes that Obama enunciated in Cairo in June 2009[3] when he tried to mollify Arab and Muslim opinion. He distinguished between "violent extremists" and "true Muslims"; he vaunted "centuries of coexistence" without mention of jihad or crusades, and he blamed recent tensions solely on "colonialism." He spoke of Islamic tolerance without any hint of rampant and extreme religious intolerance in Muslim countries. Islam, Obama argued, "is not part of the problem in combating violent extremism—it is an important part of promoting peace."


Brennan's speeches extend these themes and thereby vividly demonstrate the distance the U.S. government has traveled in its counterterrorism policies. Excerpts from Brennan's May 26, 2010 speech follow with commentary by the editors.


Jihad Is Not a Problem



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