O’bama is the sanctimonious clown (or perhaps a mouse) with a messianic complex.
O’bama believes in a fantasy-land where everyone loves their neighbor and they share and share alike, and no hitting. He actually believes that the countries of the world will eliminate nuclear weapons. He is more out of touch than anyone realized. French president Nicolas Sarkozy had this to say:
“We are here to guarantee peace. We are right to talk about the future. But the present comes before the future, and the present includes two major nuclear crises. The peoples of the entire world are listening to what we are saying, including our promises, commitments and speeches. But we live in the real world, not in a virtual one.
We say that we must reduce. President Obama himself has said that he dreams of a world without nuclear weapons. Before our very eyes, two countries are doing exactly the opposite at this very moment. Since 2005, Iran has violated five Security Council Resolutions. [Ed note: Sarkozy then listed international proposals for dialogue with Iran attempted in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009.] I support America’s extended hand. But what have these proposals for dialogue produced for the international community? Nothing but more enriched uranium and more centrifuges. And last but not least, it has resulted in a statement by Iranian leaders calling for wiping off the map a Member of the United Nations. What are we to do? What conclusion are we to draw? At a certain moment hard facts will force us to take decisions.”
As Claudia Rosett said so aptly:
“What more do we need to know about Iran’s projects and plans? I have visions of our political leaders climbing from the rubble of the nuclear blast, brightly aglow, riffling with radioactive hands through the latest report they are about to discuss, revising yet again their estimate of when Iran will get the bomb, and whether to consider fresh measures — after, of course, another round of talks.”
A pertinent quote from nearly 70 years ago:
“The world wants to be deceived and I am ready to deceive them” – Adolf Hitler, Chancellor of Germany.