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Vatic Note: We, at Vatic project, have been countering those who keep calling Obama a Muslim, and we have been doing it for years. If he had been Muslim, the Khazar Zbig Breszinzki would not have mentored him the way he did at Columbia University and got him a position with the CIA. We have done several blogs on that fact for 3 years now if not longer. Here is one of them.
Here is another blog we did showing Obama's rise in Chicago among the Khazar population that rose him from average citizen to Senator in Illinois and almost immediately to President with a war chest from the bankers that exceeded anything McCain ever received from them and he was republican. So explain that one will ya???
What is good about this is he (Obama) is admitting where his true loyalties lie. Its definitely not with muslims, since there are 32 dual Israeli citizens in key positions in the White House and who knows how many in Homeland SEcurity, the DOD and Intel. With virtually no Muslims anywhere else. Probably a token few sprinkled here and there.
Obama boasts ‘I am the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat’ in the Oval Office
By Admin, The Ugly Truth, June 2, 2015
ed note–what’s wrong with this picture? If any candidate for any office boasted that he or she was ‘the closest thing to a Muslim that has ever sat in such-and-such office’, the MSM (and especially the right-wingers) would be screaming like 6 month old babies who just dirtied their diapers.
Furthermore, if indeed–as ADL and other organized Jewish groups fanatically and disingenuously maintain–that Jews have no more influence over the government, media, finance, etc, then why is there is obvious attempt on the part of SO MANY people, including the President himself–to pander to these people and make it appear as though he is in ‘their camp’ on all issues and at all times?
The fact is however, that in this case, Obama is telling the truth. Contrary to the narrative that right wing Zionists would like the world to believe, Obama was brought to office in order to SAVE Israel, not to harm her.
President Obama once confided to a top adviser that he believes he is “the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office.”
In an interview with an Israeli TV station, former Obama adviser David Axelrod recalled the president venting in a moment of contemplation about criticisms that he doesn’t support Israel strongly enough.
“You know, I think I am the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office,” the president told Mr. Axelrod. “For people to say that I am anti-Israel, or, even worse, anti-Semitic, it hurts.”
The TV report came out in advance of an exclusive interview that Mr. Obama conducted with Channel 2’s Ilana Dayan, which will be broadcast later Tuesday.
Mr. Axelrod also was critical of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has had a frosty relationship with Mr. Obama.
“The world of politics everywhere is divided into two categories: the first and more common is the people who run for public office because they want to be somebody,” Mr. Axelrod said. “A smaller group is made of respectable people who run for public office because they want to do something – something positive.
Shape the future in a positive way. I think Benjamin Netanyahu completely falls in the first category. He is a great politician. He knows what he needs to do to get through the next election. But it seems to me that Israel has to think about what they need to do to get through the next generation.”
Martin Indyk, U.S. special envoy for the Israeli–Palestinian Negotiations from 2013 to 2014, told Ms. Dayan that “Israelis are ungrateful to this president.”
“They never appreciated his rule whereby nothing will harm the security of Israel,” Mr. Indyk said. “Obama did not manage to get that statement out so that the Israelis can really feel it. You are an emotional nation, not a rational nation. You work from your gut and not your mind. “
He said of Mr. Netanyahu’s speech to Congress this spring, which the White House opposed: “The prime minister really stuck his finger in President Obama’s eye, and this is a disturbing development.”
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