Generals conclude obama backed al-qaida

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  1. poncho

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    NEW YORK – The Obama White House and the State Department under the management of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “changed sides in the war on terror” in 2011 by implementing a policy of facilitating the delivery of weapons to the al-Qaida-dominated rebel militias in Libya attempting to oust Moammar Gadhafi from power, the Citizens Commission on Benghazi concluded in its interim report.

    In WND interviews, several members of the commission have disclosed their finding that the mission of Christopher Stevens, prior to the fall of Gadhafi and during Stevens’ time as U.S. ambassador, was the management of a secret gun-running program operated out of the Benghazi compound.

    The Obama administration’s gun-running project in Libya, much like the “fast and furious” program under Eric Holder’s Justice Department, operated without seeking or obtaining authorization by Congress.


    Continue . . . http://www.wnd.com/2015/01/generals-conclude-obama-backed-al-qaida/

    Hillary on Gaddafi - "we came, we saw, he died."

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtH7iv4ip1U

    Refocusing the idea of antisocial personality disorder, psychopathy is characterized by such traits as

    lack of remorse or empathy
    shallow emotions
    manipulativeness
    lying
    egocentricity
    glibness
    low frustration tolerance
    episodic relationships
    parasitic lifestyle
    persistent violation of social norms

    http://www.crimelibrary.com/criminal_mind/psychology/robert_hare/5.html

    In other words Hillary Clinton.
     
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    Congress will never impeach 0bama, the alternative is worse.

    Historians will not be nice to this sad chapter in Amerikan history.

    My guess is that in a decade or so when records are opened, we will begin to see how bad things really were.

    Rob
     
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    He's starting to sound like Reagan.
     
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    For someone who claims this site is too political and who rebukes others for making a god of politics, you make a lot of political posts.
     
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    I didn't claim the site was too political. I claimed that certain people on this site and in the church care more about their politics than they do people, or make gods of politics as you said.

    I don't give a hoot about the politics. It's the way that some people treat and talk about others because of politics that I've spoken.

    And as the devil has tried to weave politics and Christianity together, I have to know what's going on to be able to call a spade a spade. :laugh:
     
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    Report: Turkey’s prime minister caught arming al-qaeda, isis

    Turkey’s prime minister, a NATO ally, is shipping arms to al-Qaeda and ISIS via Syria-bound trucks operated by the country’s intelligence agency, according to Turkish military officials.

    Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu banned media from reporting on three of the trucks searched by the military’s Gendarmerie General Command, which discovered 45 to 55 missiles or rockets, 30 to 40 crates of ammunition, including mortar rounds, and Douchka anti-aircraft ammunition.

    “The trucks were carrying weapons and supplies to the al-Qaeda terror organization,” a report by the Gendarmerie General Command stated.

    Davutoglu also removed public prosecutor Aziz Takei from office for ordering the search.

    Additionally, the 13 soldiers involved in the search have been charged with espionage and are facing 20-year prison terms.

    “Though the scandal is tearing the country apart, the government opted for its favorite tactic of covering it up,” Turkish journalist Fehim Taştekin reported. “A court in Adana banned written, visual and Internet media outlets from any reporting and commenting on the stopping of the trucks and the search.”

    “All online content about the incident has been deleted.”

    Except for one video, which is available here.

    http://www.infowars.com/report-turkeys-prime-minister-caught-arming-al-qaeda-isis/
     
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    Zaac, actually I agree with you partially.

    We should give some "hoot" to politics, but there are some who place politics ABOVE Christianity.

    I am concerned about the political climate of our nation, State and local governments, but I am more concerned how my local church will have a spiritual impact on our community.
     
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    Congress will never impeach Obama because their own complicity in his crimes would become evident to everyone. They could have stopped funding and arming Al Qaeda and ISIS but they chose not to. They're all addicted to "regime change" and the profit and perks that come from it.

    I don't believe the "we didn't know" story. They knew. If they didn't then they've wasted trillions of dollars building a global surveillance grid that spies on everyone and doubled the size and scope of government for nothing.
     
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    Congress cannot impeach Obama because Obama says that it would be racists. Obama is all about the color of his skin and nothing about the content of his character. He funds terrorists because he is sympathetic to Islam. Obama is a nut.
     
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    I suppose that's a good an excuse as any.

    Here's Who Voted to Fund Syrian Rebels and Get This ISIS Conflict Really Cooking.

    So, who voted aye?

    Everybody in competitive races. Georgia Rep. John Barrow, Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson, and West Virginia Rep. Nick Rahall are among the very last Democrats in districts that voted for the Romney-Ryan ticket in 2012. They went "aye." So did Iowa Rep. Bruce Braley and Michigan Rep. Gary Peters, both Senate candidates in tough races. On the Republican side, Senate candidates Tom Cotton and Steve Daines voted "aye," as did Colorado Rep. Mike Coffman and Florida Rep. Steve Southerland. They're the only two Republicans in seats that appear now to be toss-ups, with strong Democratic challengers cutting through the headwind.

    Most Democratic leaders. The top three Democrats in the House -- Nancy Pelosi, Steny Hoyer, and Jim Clyburn -- were ayes, as was DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The only leadership figure to break with the president was Maryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen.

    Every Republican leader. From John Boehner to the deputy whip team, the GOP was on board.

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2014/09/17/here_s_who_voted_to_fund_syrian_rebels_and_get_this_isis_conflict_really.html

    (CNSNews.com) - House Speaker John Boehner (R.-Ohio) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) joined forces early Wednesday evening as the House passed a continuing resolution that will fund the government after the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30, and that will permit funding for Planned Parenthood (the nation's largest abortion provider), the entirety of Obamacare, and an amendment requested by President Barack Obama "to train and equip appropriately vetted elements of the Syrian opposition."

    http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-p-jeffrey/boehner-and-pelosi-unite-pass-bill-funding-planned-parenthood

    I won't dwell on how many times the "appropriately vetted elements of the Syrian opposition" have joined forces with "Al Qaeda" or "ISIS" or what ever we're calling Islamic terrorists these days right after being funded and armed by Washington.

    But here's what a Google search turns up.

    Maybe we should give congress and the CIA a big raise so they can afford internet services?

    Congress won't impeach Obama because their own complicity would be exposed for all to see. Funding and arming Islamic extremists has been a bipartisan project the whole time.
     
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    That and they would never get the required 2/3's in the Senate
     
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    Curious that no one wants to talk about the GOP's role in funding and arming Islamic terrorists.
     

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