STAFF NEWS & ANALYSIS
The Trap Is Sprung … Obama as East-West Savior?
By Staff News & Analysis - April 24, 2012

In the wake of the Arab Spring, the Obama administration is grappling with how to handle Islamists, radical adherents to Islam. Particularly, the issue has come to the fore in regards to Egypt, which, as Reuel Marc Gerecht notes, "is now certain" to elect "an Islamist" as its leaders the next time the Egyptian people go to the polls. But some in the Obama administration are now seeing things differently. – Weekly Standard

Dominant Social Theme: Here he comes. He's superman!

Free-Market Analysis: What we have here is what we've long anticipated, the end of one war and the beginning of a resurgent Barack Obama who may act as a peacemaker between East and West.

This analysis is speculative in the extreme and even "conspiratorial." But it is borne of watching the way the power elite works, which is by way of what we call a dialectic.

There is an evident and obvious power elite that wants to create world government. It creates dominant social themes that are used to frighten people and push them to give up power and wealth to globalist facilities around the world.

The power elite, in our view, controls governments, in particular Western governments. As the one-world conspiracy has advanced, the control has tightened.

We're fairly sure that Nicolas Sarkozy is close to American Intel and we believe that US President Barack Obama had an intimate relationship with the same forces even before he was elected president.

Obama's mission as president is not yet done, in our view. He is perhaps to be a unifier of the larger Islamic and Christian (factionalized) world. The rumors about his Islamic roots are no accident. He is supposed to "straddle both sides" of a religious and cultural divide. Here's some more from the article:

'The War on Terror Is Over' … "The war on terror is over," a senior official in the State Department official tells the National Journal. "Now that we have killed most of al Qaida, now that people have come to see legitimate means of expression, people who once might have gone into al Qaida see an opportunity for a legitimate Islamism."

This new outlook has, in the words of the National Journal, come from a belief among administration officials that "It is no longer the case, in other words, that every Islamist is seen as a potential accessory to terrorists."

The National Journal explains: The new approach is made possible by the double impact of the Arab Spring, which supplies a new means of empowerment to young Arabs other than violent jihad, and Obama's savagely successful military drone campaign against the worst of the violent jihadists, al Qaida.

For the president himself, this new thinking comes from a "realiz[ation that] he has no choice but to cultivate the Muslim Brotherhood and other relatively 'moderate' Islamist groups emerging as lead political players out of the Arab Spring in Egypt, Tunisia and elsewhere."

We've been predicting that the West has been destabilizing the Middle East to create a new religious war to take the place of the war on terror.

We've made this prediction because every country the West has attacked recently is a non-religious one. Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Egypt – in each case a secular ruler was deposed (or is in the process of being deposed). The Muslim Brotherhood is now in the process of filling the vacuum.

That's how the elites seem to work, via creating wars where they control both sides. But with Obama, the elites may do themselves one better. Via what we call directed history, they may be grooming Obama to become a world-spanning leader with the background to unite both East and West.

We've written about this previously – that it seemed to us that something about Obama's background and placement in the White House presaged larger things. That's why we believe he's going to get a second term.

Such a projection is surely paranoid, but we live in paranoid times. There is much that Western governments are doing at the apparent request of the elite that are frankly authoritarian. And there is also much regarding Barack Obama that is either controversial or mysterious.

His background is tightly concealed; there have been seemingly credible allegations that various documents of his including his birth certificate have been generated artificially, are forgeries in other words.

There is also a good deal of unhappiness in the US, and perhaps even abroad, with his current big-government polices. He has proven to be an ally of the American military-industrial complex and there is no evidence that he is some sort of rogue politico dedicated to a radical, populist agenda. He seems a careful, corporate type, dedicated to the interests of his shadowy backers.

Will the American people re-elect him? Maybe. Who knows, given the machines they've installed to "count" votes without a paper trail …

After Thoughts

Whoever re-elects Obama, and if he IS re-elected, we would tend to think that "great" things may be in the offing. That's how directed history works. We'll also bet that they may well advance the cause of global government.

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