Monday, July 6, 2009

Liberal Media Cunningly Extols Obama's Pacifist Policies

Last week, the New York Times craftily depicted President Obama's handling of the Honduran crisis as a brilliant act of diplomacy, which seemed to have caught Venezuela's president, Hugo Chávez, off balance.
From the moment the coup in Honduras unfolded..., President Hugo Chávez had his playbook ready. He said Washington’s hands may have been all over the ouster...

But President Obama firmly condemned the coup, defusing Mr. Chávez’s charges. Instead of engaging in tit-for-tat accusations, Mr. Obama calmly described the coup as “illegal” and called for Mr. Zelaya’s return to office...
Other news media outlets have made similar claims with regards to the president's handling of the Iranian crisis. By refusing to "meddle in Iran's internal affairs", the argument went, Obama was defusing Mr. Ahmadinejad's strategy of blaming America for the post-election protests in Iran.

Thus, according to this cunning and underhanded analysis, Barack Obama is a diplomatic genius who has managed to outmaneuver Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with his political savviness.

But in reality, just the opposite is true: President Obama is playing right into the hands of Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Last week, I noted that immediately following Manuel Zelaya's ouster, UN Assembly President Miguel D'Escoto Brockmann issued a press release, accusing Barack Obama of being behind the coup and demanding that Obama immediately condemn the coup. The next morning, Obama, like the obedient lap-dog that he is, heeded Mr. Brockmann's directive and called Manuel Zelaya's ouster "illegal". For ultimately, the president's entire foreign policy is nothing more than a policy of appeasement.

Barack Obama's sole concern is to bolster his relationship with the socialist and tyrannical dictators of the world. And, sadly, the Ahmadinejads, Chavezes and Brockmann's of the world understand this quite well. Which is why they continue to hurl these ridiculous accusations at Obama, knowing it will not only keep the King of Pacifists at bay, but it will also compel him to throw his weight behind their evil machinations. For indeed there's nothing more noble in Obama's eyes than to curry favor with a band of socialist, totalitarian thugs, even if it means suppressing Democracy.

For indeed, bolstering Democracy was never part of the president's game-plan, whereas, supporting Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is very much a part of both the Obama Doctrine and the president's New World Order.

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