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Obama Launches Crusades against Arab World Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Fri, Jun 22, 2012, 04:42 PM
Who said President Barack Obama is a Muslim? Apparently, the White House is resorting to desperate tactics to dispel the Hussein Obama Muslim myth. Hence, he deployed his UN ambassador, Eileen Donahue, to declare so-called “human rights” Crusades against the Arab World.

In September 2010, Ms. Donahue explained Obama’s reason for the Crusades against Muslims. She made the declaration shortly before the eruption of Arab Spring revolts. She claimed the U.S. is fighting on behalf of “people who suffer under oppressive governments.”

Here is an excerpt of Ms. Donahue’s Crusades speech as cited by Eye on the UN, “some believe that the Human Rights Council should not address country-specific situations. We disagree. The credibility of the UN’s human rights machinery depends on its capacity to address urgent and persistent human rights situations where and when they emerge; to make a difference in the lives of the people who suffer under oppressive governments to protect those around the world who work to advance the cause of human rights.”

Meanwhile, the White House continues to issue public statements claiming it never sparked Arab Spring uprisings, which were allegedly a “grass roots democracy movement” inspired by native-born Arab youth in the Middle East seeking political reforms.

Nevertheless, Anne Bayefsky of the Eye on the UN has provided evidence that the White House had led a covert ‘Crusades’ operation against Middle East nations at least since September 2010.

To read the entire article from the Eye on the UN, link here:

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written by UNPeacekeeper , June 22, 2012

I guess Obama's got a lot of explaining to do. I heard he phoned the Saudi Arabian government to claim the White House wasn't responsible for the Arab Spring revolts. As I recall he said something like "I'm as surprised as you are" to the Saudis when they asked him about Tahrir Square in Cairo.

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