Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Yale Professor States Obama is "Wanting to See the Destruction of Israel"

This interview is as frightening as it is fascinating.  The speaker is professor Dr. Richard L. Rubinstein who happens to be Yale fellow "Distinguished Professor of the Year", and a Harvard Phd.  Within this relatively short video, Doctor Rubinstein states that President Obama's intention is to "correct the historical mistake of the creation of the state of Israel."

Based on President Obama's actions thus far, it is very hard to disagree with his assessment.  Obama seemingly wants this to be the ultimate outcome in the Middle East if he can do so without having "blood on his hands".  Dr. Rubenstein further states that president Obama, due to his upbringing and family ties, is extremely pro-Islam.  He further claims that this heritage is so strong as to the point of "wanting to see the destruction of Israel."  One wonders with all of the increasing amounts of evidence to support Dr. Rubinstein's assertions, why a huge percentage of American Jews continue to support President Obama.  The dots are starting to be connected and it is time to wake up, my friends!


J. Marquis said...

This is typical right-wing paranoid conjecture.

Lindsey said...

This is beautiful. Thank you for posting and spreading the word. It's good to see people posting this stuff!! Keep this up :)

T. Paine said...

Marquis, sometimes the thing about paranoia is that there REALLY is something of which to be very afraid. I think with Obama's actions, this qualifies, sir.

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lisa said...

This is nothing new . The NY Times has a video they were forbidden to release of Obama at an anti-Israel conference with his former PLO buddy. Rumor has it there were Hamas Children performing a drill there with AK-47's,maybe not true but also not surprising.
I caught a little of it before the video was taken down with Rashid Khalidi trashing America and Israel an Obama siting right here smiling and clapping.
Obama has had connections to Hamas back in his State Senate days. All one had to do was a little research prior to the election when more info was still out there.
Of course the left is in denial or are afraid to admit they make a huge error so all they can do is call it 'right-wing paranoia' like it's some kind of legitimate term. But that is to their own detriment.
You know what they say "live and learn".

T. Paine said...

Yeah, hopefully the price of learning that lesson is not going to be too great to our nation.

Dave Splash said...

That is likely the most overstated, hyperbolic, factless rant I've ever heard on the subject.

It is so far off in delusional, right wing fantasy land, that it barely deserves a serious mention.

Oh, and where exactly is the "increasing amounts of evidence to support Dr. Rubinstein's assertions, why a huge percentage of American Jews continue to support President Obama?

Is it Obama's hatred of Jews? Oh, but what about his Chief of Staff (who recently had his son Bar Mitzvahed in Jerusalem), his top adviser David Axelrod, and his current Supreme Court nominee? I guess they all are in on the secret conspiracy to destroy Israel, too, eh?

T. Paine said...

Splash, Professor Rubinstein is an Ivy League academic. How can you say such a thing? I thought the left revered such people, or is that just until they veer off the liberal talking points agenda?

I have given you examples of the contemptuous acts and diplomatic faux pas that this administration has been guilty of in regards to our ally Israel several times in the past.

Further, did you watch the entire video, Dave? The explanations for why Dr. Rubinstein said these things were explained pretty forthright, I thought.

And what about Obama's myriads of friendly Muslim ties, and even sympathetic statements in his first book towards Islam?

Further, he attended the church and considered the "pastor" his spiritual mentor who happened to be a huge anti-semite. He sat there and listened to this for TWO decades! (A pastor who gave a self-named award to Louis Farakahn, another huge anti-Semite.)

That would be akin to George Bush if he had been hanging out with his spiritual mentor David Duke but claiming that Duke never really said anything racist in the twenty years they were friends.

It tends to defy credibility, sir.