Monday, August 29, 2016

Clinton's foreign policy would be fraught with problems By Wayne Madsen Report

Clinton's foreign policy would be fraught with problems
By Wayne Madsen Report
The Clinton campaign is running television ads suggesting that GOP nominee Donald Trump's foreign policy would be a disaster for America. Forgetting the fact that Mrs. Clinton's foreign policy, and by default, that of President Obama, was up for sale to the highest bidder while she was Obama's Secretary of State, there is another major problem facing a Clinton presidency. Mrs. Clinton's close friend and aide Huma Abedin, who has tried to downplay her and her family's ties to radical Wahhabist Sunni Islam, has maintained for some time a Svengali-like influence over Clinton.

While Secretary of State, Mrs. Clinton let it be known throughout the Department of State that there would be no tolerance for any rumors about "H&H," meaning "Hillary and Huma." WMR learned from a number of State Department sources that the close relationship between Clinton and Abedin resulted in the belief in some quarters that Abedin unduly influenced Clinton's desire to rid the Middle East of enemies of Wahhabism, namely, Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati, and Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Only Assad survived the decision by Clinton to back massive street revolts, with the financial help of George Soros, against these leaders, with Qaddafi, Mubarak, and Saleh falling while Clinton was Secretary of State and Maliki and Mikati falling after Clinton left office.

Abedin has also weighed heavily on Clinton to support the relocation of mainly Muslim refugees from conflicts in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia -- conflicts perpetuated by the Obama-Clinton administration -- to Europe and the United States. Mrs. Clinton favors a 500 percent increase in the admittance of mainly Muslim refugees from Syria, North Africa, Iraq, and South Asia. That equates to some 
65,000 to 100,000 individuals. Clinton also supported German Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to permit over a million-and-a-half Muslim migrants entering Germany and other European countries from Turkey and North Africa.

Mrs. Clinton's recent tirade against "right-wing" populist media and causes, which in her conspiratorial view of the world includes Russian President Vladimir Putin and former UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader and Brexit victor Nigel Farage spells a certain disaster for her ability to get along with such other populists as British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, potential French president Marine Le Pen. Other current and possible future leaders in Europe and elsewhere who oppose accommodating jihadists, Wahhabists, and Salafists at the expense of Western civilization and Christian culture could also incur the wrath of Mrs. Clinton and Abedin.

As President, Mrs. Clinton will undoubtedly give a cold shoulder to anti-Muslim political leaders, and, with Abedin as her likely White House chief of staff, a Clinton administration could impose visa bans on individuals such as likely Austrian President Norbert Hofer, who opposes burkas and Muslim migrants; Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his fellow FIDESZ party Member of the European Parliament 
György Schöpflin, who recently recommended placing pigs' heads on the Hungarian border to drive out Muslim border crossers; Slovak President Robert Fico, who vowed to "never bring even a single Muslim" into Slovakia; Czech President Milos Zeman, who said "Islamic culture" should not be allowed in the Czech Republic; Polish MP Krystyna Pawłowic, who proclaimed it her duty to "defend the Cross, not the Crescent"; and 28 French mayors who have decided to defy a French court ruling suspending their bans on Muslim "burkinis" as potential threats too public safety.

While Clinton and her lap dog media paint people like Trump, Farage, and others as "fringe," the popular defiance of people of good faith against Wahhabist Sunni extremism, such as represented by the Abedin family and the sharia-loving and Muslim Brotherhood-connected immigration loophole lawyer Khizr Khan, is the mainstream. Mrs. Clinton; Huma and her professor mother who teaches at a Wahhabist-financed university in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; the Khans; and the Saudi-funded Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are on the radical fringes. CAIR considers any criticism of Muslim radicalism to be "Islamophobic."

With "H&H" in the Oval Office, the U.S. would see an immediate freeze in relations with four EU nations: Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia.

One has to give the Wahhabists some credit in how they moved an agent-of-influence like Huma Abedin so close to the probable next President of the United States. Abedin married ultra-Zionist former U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner, who is Jewish. Weiner repeatedly took his sex to electronic levels through smart phone "sexting," acts that cost him his House seat and any chance of being elected mayor of New York. Recently, Weiner, who once used the handle "Carlos Danger," was caught sexting a woman while his five-year old son Jordan was lying in bed next to him. Nothing spells "family values" more than wank-sexting while your young son is next to you in bed. But when it comes to "family values," why would not the Wahhabist wife of a pervert not want to be the chief of staff for the wife of a president, who 18 years before, required the Oval Office carpet to be steam cleaned after his seminal DNA was splattered all over the presidential office and on the blue dress of an intern?

Yes, Trump sounds like a super-wealthy Archie Bunker. But, given the alternative, most Americans can relate to Archie Bunker. They cannot, however, relate to sharia law advocates, Wahhabist fundamentalists, or a potential president who finds a female Muslim apologist for Sunni misogyny and pederasty to be "attractive."