“Saudi Arabia’s number one priority is peace between Israelis and Arabs”

The more I look at it, the more I am beginning to like this Obama fellow. Everything he tries to do he screws up, such as his attempt to bring on a Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt or to wreck Israel on behalf of its enemies. So where are we now, incompetent fool that he is: The Saudis Team Up With Israel. It’s an amazing story, and entirely plausible, with this the best part. But in reading the small bit below, you have to know that “Eshki” is retired Saudi general Anwar Majed Eshki who is conducting talks with Israel on behalf of Saudi Arabia. Now proceed.

But take a look at the other points Eshki made.

He says Saudi Arabia’s number one priority is peace between Israelis and Arabs. Read that sentence again and let it sink in. Saudi Arabia’s number one priority is peace between Israelis and Arabs. Not between Israelis and Palestinians, but between Israel and the entire Arab world.

It’s awful, however, the damage that Obama has done to his own country, where they will soon start to build fences, not along the Mexican border but inside their own cities. But for the rest of us, he may end up being the un-Wilson. American isolationism may have its good points as well. But if America is to withdraw from the world, we need to bring back the British Empire while there’s still time.

A moderate alternative to more violent Islamist groups

Not really news, but it is interesting to find confirmation: Obama secretly backing Muslim Brotherhood:

President Obama and his administration continue to support the global Islamist militant group known the Muslim Brotherhood. A White House strategy document regards the group as a moderate alternative to more violent Islamist groups like al Qaeda and the Islamic State.

The policy of backing the Muslim Brotherhood is outlined in a secret directive called Presidential Study Directive-11, or PSD-11. The directive was produced in 2011 and outlines administration support for political reform in the Middle East and North Africa, according to officials familiar with the classified study.

Efforts to force the administration to release the directive or portions of it under the Freedom of Information Act have been unsuccessful.