Friday, May 31, 2013

Does Obama draw on his life experiences or is he sending cryptic messages to our enemies?

Five years ago, when the leftist, pro-Democrat mainstream news media was trying to decide how it was going to white-wash the gaffes and blunders of their messianic candidate Barack Hussein Obama, most of his slip-ups were simply ignored. Such as, in May 2008 in Beaverton, Oregon during a presidential campaign stop, Barack Hussein Obama said he had visited 57 states during his campaign. This was coming from the same Democrat who didn't know how to place his hand over his heart when the National Anthem is being played. You remember his famous crotch salute?  
Turns out the gaffe about the 57 states may have been an example of someone drawing on their life's experiences because while we know there are 50 states to the United States of America, Obama wasn't raised as an American, he was raised as a Muslim in Indonesia and later mentored by a Communist in Hawaii. He was taught in Indonesia that there are 57 member states in the OIC, the Organization of the Islamic Conference. But on the other hand, maybe it wasn't a slip of the tongue, maybe it was an intentional message to be picked up in those 57 Islamic states that they had a candidate who was on their side.

Read the following column by Diana West and see how these cryptic messages work. And here are some photos I found.

From the "Five Pillars" to the "Sword and the Shield"

Written by: Diana West
Thursday, May 30, 2013
When I was speaking about American Betrayal with Sandy Rios this morning on AFR Talk, she brought up a fascinating item at the American Spectator by Paul Kengor and Ion Mihai Pacepa (both of whom I quote in my book, as a matter of fact).
They write:
In watching President Obama speak on terrorism last week, we were taken aback to hear him say that America needs an anti-terrorism program that is both our sword and our shield. This was a striking choice of words by an American president. Remember the emblem of the KGB? Maybe you don’t, but we do. One of us (Pacepa) spent over two decades working for the KGB community as one of the highest ranking intelligence/military/political officials in the entire Soviet Bloc, and paid with two death sentences for his freedom. The emblem of the KGB was a sword and a shield symbolizing its duties: to put the country’s enemies to the sword, and to shield and protect the communist revolution. 

When we initially heard President Obama’s remarks, we thought we might have heard wrong, and so we waited for the written text of his speech. Here is the prepared text, as published in the Wall Street Journal after the speech:
“Our victory against terrorism won’t be measured in a surrender ceremony on a battleship, or a statue being pulled to the ground. Victory will be measured in parents taking their kids to school; immigrants coming to our shores; fans taking in a ballgame; a veteran starting a business; a bustling city street. The quiet determination; that strength of character and bond of fellowship; that refutation of fear – that is both our sword and our shield.” 

To repeat: the sword and the shield is well known as the KGB’s emblem. To give just one example, many readers of this site are familiar with the classic work on the KGB archives, The Sword and the Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB.
I draw heavily on Mitrokhin archives as well. 
When Sandy mentioned this "sword and shield" line, my mind raced back to a similar sloganeering coincidence (?) in an earlier Obama speech. Addressing the economy in 2009 at Georgetown, Obama laid out "five pillars" of economic recovery. Islam, of course, famously has "five pillars." 
Kengor and Pacepa continue:
Unfortunately, we’ve become sadly conditioned — by President Obama himself — to notice these often-bizarre coincidences And then, for his 2012 reelection slogan, the president and his handlers chose the communist world’s old socialist battle cry: “Forward!”. This was a man who spent his first term engaging in the most strident class-warfare rhetoric we’ve ever heard from an American president. He demonized profits, corporations, Wall Street, corporate executives and fat-cats, the wealthy, millionaires and billionaires, big oil, big banks, bitter-clingers, while touting wealth redistribution, government stimulus, government management, government centralization, and on and on. Much of this was standard Socialist rhetoric.  
Bizarre coincidence -- or messaging?

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