It is becoming vividly clear that Obama’s pastor is not the only person close to him that feels the Jewish people are a problem.
JERUSALEM – Sen. Barack Obama’s military adviser and national campaign co-chairman has implied U.S. politicians are afraid of Jewish voters in Miami and New York City and that American Jews are the “problem” impeding a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Merrill A. McPeak, a former Air Force chief of staff, also compared the Hamas and Hezbollah terrorist organizations to what he described as religious radicals in Oregon and claimed “born-again [Christians]” supported the war in Iraq to help Israel.
Discussing Middle East politics during a 2003 interview with the Oregonian newspaper McPeak stated, “We don’t have a playbook for the Middle East. You know, for instance, obviously, a part of that long-term strategy would be getting the Israelis and the Palestinians together at . . .something other than a peace process. Process is not a substitute for achievement or settlement. And even so the process has gone off the tracks, but the process isn’t enough.”
WND recently quoted Israeli security officials who expressed “concern” about Robert Malley, an adviser to Obama who has advocated negotiations with Hamas and providing international assistance to the terrorist group
Also, The Rogue Jew wrote about Samantha Power, who was described as Obama’s closest adviser until she resigned earlier this month after making strong remarks against Sen. Hillary Clinton, advocated in an interview investing “billions of dollars, not in servicing Israel’s military, but actually investing in the state of Palestine.”
Obama and his closest advisors seem to have a problem with Jews. This Jew in particular has a problem with Barack Hussein Obama.