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CIC Hope-a-Doped by Muslim Brotherhood

Written by Richard Butrick   
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 03:22

Our Commander in Chief long knew he had the uncanny power to lure people into believing he hoped what they hoped and believed what they believed. He writes in The Audacity of Hope:

I serve as a blank screen on which people of vastly
different political stripes project their own views.

In a NYT article about Obama in law school (Jan. 28, 2007) we read:

People had a way of hearing what they wanted in Mr. Obama’s
words. …. According to Mr. Ogletree, students on each side
of the debate thought he was endorsing their side. “Everyone
was nodding, Oh, he agrees with me,” he said.

But it seems the master of hope-a-dope is the dupe when it comes to dealing with the masters of taqiyya. We now learn from Kenneth Timmerman, a Mid East expert and Nobel nominee (New English Review, March 2011) that

Two months before his Cairo speech, President Obama met in
the White House with several senior leaders of the Muslim
Brotherhood from Egypt. He told them that he favored them
coming to power in Egypt. Moreover, if they came to power
his Administration would do nothing to oppose them. Fast
forward to the first protests in Cairo against Mubarak.
Within two days President Obama is pounding his fist on the
table saying that Mubarak has to take into account the
demands of the protesters. Then within a week he sent a
special envoy to Cairo, Frank Wisner, to tell Mubarak that
he has to step down. Within 18 days it was all over.

It seems that the CIC has been hope-a-doped by the Muslim Brotherhood into believing, as he presumably hopes is the case, that they are not violent Caliphatehead Islamist but devout Islamic humanists who have gotten a bad rap - or is there a more insidious interpretation? your social media marketing partner
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