There are a lot of things that you can say about Barack Hussein Obama. The majority of the statements are not flattering nor complimentary. The fact that Obama receives great criticism and lack of respect has to do with his character and the making of inane comments, along with the 1063 examples of his criminal activity and lying, that points many in the direction of concluding he has several psychological disorders.
The latest revelation of misstatements by Obama come via David Axelrod, former adviser to Obama. In an interview with an Israeli TV station, Axelrod stated that Obama believes himself to be “the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat” in the office of the presidency. According to Axelrod, Obama told him during a moment of contemplation and venting, “You know, I am the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office. For people to say that I am anti-Israel, or, even worse, anti-Semitic, it hurts.”
This statement has been made public prior to an interview Obama conducted with Israeli TV Channel 2’s Ilana Dayan which is scheduled to air late on Tuesday.
What do you say to that? Well, first thing is someone who is Jewish is not a “thing.” An individual who is Jewish is a person, a human individual – not a “thing.” Basically, Obama dehumanized anyone who is Jewish. How insulting can one man be? Then, to say “it hurts” when people say he’s “anti-Israel, or, even worse, anti-Semitic” is just incredulous. When looking at Obama’s actions, he is anti-Israel and worse, anti-Semitic. Obama is about as close to being Jewish as I am being a TV set. As my grandmother would say, “the proof is in the pudding.”
Based on Obama’s personality, he probably “believes” what he is saying and doing goes in line with his statement. This parallels with his multiple mental disorders. The man who occupies the Oval Office is a walking sack of disjointed ideologies, erratic behaviors (taking selfies in the White House while admiring himself in the mirror and throwing tantrums when he doesn’t get his way), and about as stable as Francium.
Axelrod also took the opportunity to criticize Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The world of politics everywhere is divided into two categories: the first and more common is the people who run for political office because they want to be somebody. 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 to the next generation.
Personally, Axelrod seems to be describing Barack Hussein Obama more than Benjamin Netanyahu. Who would Obama be had he not entered public office. He would be an obscure nobody community organizer that no one would remember beyond saying “hello.” He was even an obscure Senator from Illinois that no one really noticed. But, now, he can claim being president of this nation. He certainly is not respectable nor has he “shaped the future in a positive way.” One could say he has set this nation back almost 100 years in policy and division among the people.
Obama definitely has the gift of gab – saying a whole lot without saying anything at times or telling everyone what they want to hear regardless of contradictions. He certainly was able to “get through to the next election” but has done very little in terms of supporting this nation. It seem the US would do well to “think about what needs to be done to get through to the next generation.”
And the hits kept on coming as Martin Indyk spoke to Ilana Dayan. Indyk, US special envoy for the Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations from 2013 to 2014, stated, “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.”
In speaking of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech before Congress, Indyk stated, “The prime minister really stuck his finger in President Obama’s eye, and this is a disturbing development.”
A lot of projection going on with these buffoons who attribute the characteristics of Obama onto Prime Minister Netanyahu. And, speaking of Obama’s “rules.” His rules are about as good a blowing soap bubbles from wand. Of course, insulting nations doesn’t exactly make friends and Indyk pulled out all the stops calling Israel an “emotional” nation. Some nations should be so lucky to have citizens and leaders who are “passionate” (an emotion) about their country. The US certainly doesn’t have it in their leaders, who work to destroy everything upon which the US was built.
Why should Israelis be grateful to a US president who is throwing them under the bus along with every citizen of his own country and their other allies? As many times as Obama has poked Netanyahu in the eye, the Prime Minister should have returned the favor 10 fold. As is usual, someone who has a different opinion, idea or perspective than Obama is “poking” Obama in the eye.
Obama is nowhere close to being Jewish. The closest Obama has to being Jewish is standing next to Prime Minister Netanyahu, like the closest I am to being a TV set is using the remote to change channels. It is absolutely disgraceful for a man “presiding” over this nation, when he’s not on the golf course, to make such outlandish statements.
This is what represents the united States in foreign affairs, along with John “Lurch” Kerry. What’s even worse is our elected representatives in the District of Corruption continuing to bury their head in the sand, ignoring the law, instead of dealing with this incompetent, negligent, mentally ill individual. At the rate this administration is going, no one should be surprised when the US has nary an ally left in the world because no one trusts the US anymore. We have become the nation of open mouth, insert foot, condescending, finger pointing, projecting, insult every nation administration buffoons.