British Prime Minister David Cameron in Turkey last week slammed Israel and called Gaza a “prison camp.” (Apparently Gaza is the first prison camp with luxury shopping malls.)
The British Foreign Office has been taking the blame for this betrayal of Israel, but they’re claiming they were as surprised as anyone. Now, a high-placed and knowledgeable source has informed me that it was Obama’s people who put the slamming of Israel into Cameron’s speech.
Cameron said that “the Israeli attack on the Gaza flotilla was completely unacceptable.”
He didn’t mention the ties of the Turkish-backed IHH “activists” on the flotilla to global-jihad terror groups. He didn’t mention that the “activists” on the Turkish flotilla, the Mavi Marmara, were chanting, “Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews, the army of Muhammad will return”—a chant that refers to Muhammad’s massacre of the Jews at the Arabian oasis of Khaibar.
Now we learn that it was the Obama camp that put Cameron up to this. That should come as no surprise, as Obama himself said that Israel’s defensive action against the jihad flotilla was “tragic.”
Just as Blair was Bush’s “puppy,” Cameron is Obama’s lapdog.
Obama’s using Cameron as his sock puppet points once again to Obama’s obsession with undermining the Jewish state. Obama is doing nothing less than warring against Israel.
When Sean Hannity asked me on his show Tuesday night if I thought Obama was an anti-Semite, I said yes. He is. It sounds harsh. But the evidence is clear and extensive: it’s all meticulously researched and set out in my book The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War On America, which is just out this week.
In the book, I profile Obama’s many anti-Israel playmates: not just Jeremiah Wright, but also Rashid Khalidi (who is also tied to the jihad flotillas and just named a new one after Obama’s book The Audacity of Hope).
I expose the blatant Judeophobia of the terrorist couple Bill Ayers and his wife Bernardine Dohrn in their book Prairie Fire.
It is increasingly clear that the Islamic anti-Semitism taught in the Koranic classes of Obama’s youth in Indonesia and the subsequent adult years he spent with the likes of demagogues and Jew-haters like Wright, Ayers, and Louis Farrakhan have made him the man he is.
Now that Obama is in the White House, he is taking this Jew-hatred to a whole new level, bringing it to the international stage. In the book, I give the details of a little-noticed but pivotal Obama speech that former UN Ambassador John Bolton called “the most radical anti-Israel speech I can recall any President making.”
In The Post-American Presidency, I give the shocking details of how, during the 2008 campaign, Barack Obama’s website, Organizing for America, hosted a series of vile anti-American, Jew-hating posts and pieces.
The anti-Semitic onslaught was overwhelming. It included numerous, heinous calls for Jewish genocide and incitement to hatred. And it continued after the election, into the fall of 2009—on the official website of the man who supposedly is the leader of the free world, and who has editorial control over the website.
And now Obama’s relentless persecution of the Jews by way of an anti-Semitic approach to Israel has now reached a fever pitch with the lines he has fed to his willing stooge David Cameron.
One Israeli intelligence official summed up Obama’s policy toward his country in a nutshell: “Obama wants to make friends with our worst enemies and until now the worst enemies of the United States. Under this policy, we are more than irrelevant. We have become an obstacle.”
An obstacle, but to what goal?
It will only get worse for the tiny Jewish state. And as I show in The Post-American Presidency, everyone who voted for Obama should have seen all this coming. The warnings were clear. They were ignored. The price will be high.