Betrayal Papers: Under Obama The US Captured by the Muslim Brotherhood

PART I OF FIVE

“…In America, we have a weak and struggling economy, growing public and private debt, and millions are un- and underemployed. While a weaponized IRS targets Tea Party groups and other voices of liberty, and military veterans are labeled as “domestic terrorists” by the Department of Homeland Security, the federal government refuses to secure the southern border. Educational policy now includes the teaching Arabic and visits to mosques for schoolchildren.

Internationally, America is in retreat. The Middle East is in ashes and in the midst of an ongoing genocide replete with daily horrors, the likes which have not been seen for centuries. Former allies have been abandoned and are embittered. Under the present leadership in the White House and State Department, Israel is considered the aggressor and Hamas the oppressed.”

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  • Just a thought

    Precisely why the Founding Fathers intended that the president be an American, more than in name only. (It doesn’t matter where he was born. His father, to whom he dedicated his auto-biography, was a Kenyan Muslim, and that does matter.)

    • Obama is an American in only the most stretched sense of the term.

  • Alain

    The enemies of the United States who pull the strings of their empty-suit puppet Obama are achieving their goal of the destruction of the country. What I find even scarier is that he was voted in twice; not just once, which tells me the destruction and rot were already there.

    • Just a thought

      Yes. I thought the same. It’s pretty apparent that it most likely couldn’t have happened otherwise.

    • It did not happen overnight

  • Brett_McS

    The administration has loaded up the permanent bureaucracy with like-minded political agitators so that even a new, conservative administration will be undermined at every step.

    I have an idea about that, sort of a two-fer: Cut the bureaucracy by 25% across the board as a part of cost saving and then use the last-in first-out principle on who to make redundant.

  • Linda1000

    This should be a good series. They have done Part 2 already.
    At your link above.