Barack Obama Is the Only Person Who Likes That Barack Obama Isn't President Anymore


B00Mer
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Barack Obama Is the Only Person Who Likes That Barack Obama Isn't President Anymore | GQ (external - login to view)

On January 21st, our nation fell into a state of chaos. Illegal executive orders were made and are now being fought in the courts. Protests have erupted across the nation. The future of healthcare hangs in the balance, and our current Glorious Leader is getting in screaming matches with the Prime Minister of Australia. I know I speak for many of us when I say, I wish Barack Hussein Obama was still pacing the halls of The West Wing and guiding our future.

One person who definitely disagrees? Barack Hussein Obama.

 
MHz
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At this moment Trump wants to despirately give him back the chair as he was a willing puppet and Trump thought he had enough scruples to 'fix America'. News flash Syria isn't part of America nor will it ever be. He should have bombed Area 51 or something as benign.
 
Durry
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All the problems that are surfacing now were all caused by Hussein Obama because of his poor management of the country.

ISIS would have never existed if this dumbo knew anything about foreign issues and Iraq and its ignorance.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

All the problems that are surfacing now were all caused by Hussein Obama because of his poor management of the country.

ISIS would have never existed if this dumbo knew anything about foreign issues and Iraq and its ignorance.

ISIS would have never existed if we just left Saddam in charge.. he had a good handle of the fanatics in his country.

Same with Bashar al-Assad, who will fill the vacuum?
 
Durry
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

ISIS would have never existed if we just left Saddam in charge.. he had a good handle of the fanatics in his country.

Saddam was gassing his own people and was retiring, his murderous sons were to be worst than saddam ever was.
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

ISIS would have never existed if we just left Saddam in charge.. he had a good handle of the fanatics in his country.

Same with Bashar al-Assad, who will fill the vacuum?

It will be left in turmoil. Never to be resurrected is how the prophecy goes. Not even animals will be able to live there.

Isa:17:1:
The burden of Damascus.
Behold,
Damascus is taken away from being a city,
and it shall be a ruinous heap.
Isa:17:2:
The cities of Aroer are forsaken:
they shall be for flocks,
which shall lie down,
and none shall make them afraid.

Iran escaped in 1979 or ISIS would have come from there. Afghanistan was the birthplace of ISIS. First move was to assassinate the leader of the Northern Alliance and then the hardliners that were just about beaten were supported with money and weapons so they could regain the areas that the same Muslims had taken over in their move to adopt the UN Human right documents.That included acid that was reserved for the women who has taken up posts in the political and business sectors.

How Jimmy Carter and I Started the Mujahideen (external - login to view)
Q: The former director of the CIA, Robert Gates, stated in his memoirs [“From the Shadows”], that American intelligence services began to aid the Mujahadeen in Afghanistan 6 months before the Soviet intervention. In this period you were the national security adviser to President Carter. You therefore played a role in this affair. Is that correct?
Brzezinski: Yes. According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahadeen began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, 24 Dec 1979. But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise: Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention.
Let a generation pass and these would be the 'parents' of ISIS in terms of when they were created.
www.globalresearch.ca/articles/WOL309A.html (external - login to view)
The Assassination of Ahmad Shah Massoud


On September 9, 2001, two days before the cataclysmic attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, Ahmad Shah Massoud, commander of the United Front guerrilla opposition to Afghanistan's Taliban regime, was assassinated in the Afghan town of Khvajeh Baha od Din by two Arab men posing as journalists. Both of the assassins died -- one in the attack itself, blown up with his own bomb along with Massood, and the other, it seems, was shot while trying to escape shortly afterwards.(1)
Journalists commonly attribute the murder either to al Qaeda or to the Taliban. (2) That seems logical enough. Massoud's United Front was fighting a war against the Taliban at the time. The Taliban were in turn protecting al Qaeda, an organization blamed for a number of sophisticated terrorist attacks, including those on 9/11. Simple as these explanations may be, Massoud's murder has never been solved. The details of the assassination, which included an explosive charge disguised as a battery pack for a video camera, the acquisition of stolen passports, and the death of both assassins, at different times and by different means -- suggest a sophisticated conspiracy. Dead men tell no tales, and in this case, neither have the living. The Taliban, for their part, have denied any involvement in Massoud's death.
Last March, a Belgian court indicted thirteen suspects on charges related to the murder, including the theft and sale of fraudulent passports found on the bodies of the assassins, allegedly linking them, and the assassination generally, to al Qaeda. (3) Yet nothing further has been reported since March, and the news media of the world seem to have forgotten about it.
But Massoud's assassination is important for several reasons. First of all, Ahmad Shah Massoud has become the national hero of Afghanistan. There are pictures of him everywhere in Kabul and Herat where I visited, at least -- on streetcorners, government buildings, and the dashboards of cars. The second anniversay of Massoud's death was celebrated last week in the national stadium, in a ceremony attended by practically every senior member of the government. (4) Massoud has become an abstract symbol of the defeat of the Taliban, the defeat of the Soviet Union, and of the Afghan "resistance" generally. The French have even commissioned a series of Ahmad Shah Massoud postage stamps. Just before his death, Massoud had made a whirlwind tour of Europe, including Paris, to drum up support for his anti-Taliban campaign.
Notably, the US kept Massoud and his resistance at arm's length, perhaps because they were receiving weapons from Iran, with logistical aid from Russia and the Central Asian republics. According to a Human Rights Watch report on the regional weapons trade, one Iranian shipment seized in Kyrgyzstan in 1998 contained ammunition for T-55 and T-62 tanks, antitank mines, 122mm towed howitzers and ammunition, 122mm rockets for Grad multiple launch systems, 120mm mortar shells, RPG-7 rocket-propelled grenades, hand grenades and small arms ammunition. (5) Although of Russian design, the Human Rights Watch investigators were unable to determine whether the arms and ammunition were manufactured in Russia or somewhere else.
At the time, the Taliban were being supported by Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence service (ISI), an instrument of American influence since the campaign against the Soviets in the 1980s. The ISI has often been described as a free-wheeling, rogue agency, yet it has maintained a close relationship with American intelligence and Pakistan has remained a close American ally -- before, during and after President Musharraf's military coup.
Although Massoud had cast his lot with Russia and Iran, he was no stranger to the US State Department. According to United Front veterans I interviewed, (6) Massoud met on several occasions with Robin Rafael, the American Deputy Foreign Minister for the East, between 1996 and 1998. Apparently, Commander Massoud was extremely angry after his final meeting with Rafael, who'd suggested in the meeting that his best option might be to surrender to the Taliban. At the time, Massoud's forces had retreated into the rugged Panjshir valley, and the Taliban controlled some 95% of Afghanistan. According to the story, Massoud threw his pakul -- a distinctive Afghan hat -- onto the table and pointed at it, announcing that as long as he controlled a territory that big, he would never surrender. Considered arrogant by his enemies, supporters describe Massoud as an independent Afghan nationalist incapable of taking orders from foreigners. Massoud would never have allowed foreign bases on Afghan soil, according them.


The hardliners became the overlords and owners of the poppy fields.


Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

Saddam was gassing his own people and was retiring, his murderous sons were to be worst than saddam ever was.

Under orders from the US. That is why the manifesto that listed all of Iraq's weapons was hijacked by the US before it went to the UN. When it did get there many, many pages had vanished. Nerve agents were shipped there from the UK, France, Germany and the US
 
Durry
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Yeah, sure, I'll bet the Libs and the Cons from Canada also carried some nerve agents to Iraq.

Actually it was probably the CBC!!
 
MHz
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We didn't hear about the friendlies they accidentally bombed for about 6months and I doubt very much we packed our own bombs so who knows what was in them.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

Saddam was gassing his own people and was retiring, his murderous sons were to be worst than saddam ever was.

How Reagan Armed Saddam with Chemical Weapons
How Reagan Armed Saddam with Chemical Weapons (external - login to view)

On August 18, the New York Times carried a front-page story headlined, "Officers say U.S. aided Iraq despite the use of gas". Quoting anonymous US "senior military officers", the NYT "revealed" that in the 1980s, the administration of US President Ronald Reagan covertly provided "critical battle planning assistance at a time when American intelligence knew that Iraqi commanders would employ chemical weapons in waging the decisive battles of the Iran-Iraq war". The story made a brief splash in the international media, then died.

While the August 18 NYT article added new details about the extent of US military collaboration with Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein during Iraq's 1980-88 war with Iran, it omitted the most outrageous aspect of the scandal: not only did Washington turn a blind-eye to the Hussein regime's repeated use of chemical weapons against Iranian soldiers and Iraq's Kurdish minority, but the US helped Iraq develop its chemical, biological and nuclear weapons programs.
https://www.greenleft.org.au/content...emical-weapons (external - login to view)

U.S. finally admits Agent Orange residue poisoned its own soldiers
Agent Orange and Cancer

About 3 million Americans served in the armed forces in Vietnam and nearby areas during the 1960s and early 1970s, the time of the Vietnam War. During that time, the military used large amounts of mixtures known as defoliants, which are chemicals that cause the leaves to fall off plants. One of these defoliants was Agent Orange, and some troops (as well as civilians) were exposed to it. Many years later, questions remain about the lasting health effects of those exposures, including increases in cancer risk.

This article is a brief overview of the link between Agent Orange and cancer.

U.S. finally admits Agent Orange residue poisoned its own soldiers (external - login to view)

what eva

America dropped 26,171 bombs in 2016. What a bloody end to Obama's reign
https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...6-obama-legacy (external - login to view)

a lot of folks wish him to be departed
 
MHz
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Don't forget LSD was a CIA inspired drug and at the turn of the last century blacks were given syphilis to study it's long term effects. degeneration of the spinal colum, insanity and then death. With caretakers like that who needs an enemy.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
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not to mention the sterilization of 40,ooo indian women in the US with the tetanus vaccine
 
gopher
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

ISIS would have never existed if we just left Saddam in charge.. he had a good handle of the fanatics in his country.

Same with Bashar al-Assad, who will fill the vacuum?



As everybody knows ISIS was created under traitor Bush.
 
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