Written by Eliana Benador
by Eliana Benador
If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.” Sir Winston Churchill
When Americans decided to vote for Barack Hussein Obama, little could they imagine they were putting their fate at the hands of a large conspiracy conglomerate -whose head only was B. Hussein O., but in time they have found that the likes of George Soros and others are also much behind the very events that are happening in the Muslim Middle East to which one can now add the concerted appearance of Occupy Wall Street, among many other manipulations made by this Administration.
It is important that Americans get used to the fact that they have dangerously wide opened the doors to a massive Muslim infiltration of our society, whose best allies are now the leadership at the helm of the nation.
There are a few factors that must be constantly kept in mind, such as the use of taqqiya, or the Muslim right to distort the truth in order to advance their global agenda of world domination and which may have become a fixture in all probability used by the American leadership as well.
We won't take long to bring back to our memory, the time when B. Hussein Obama bowed to the Saudi King. Therefore, it will be no surprise to read that U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama did not take long to speak with Saudi King Abdullah regarding the alleged assassination attempt on the Saudi Ambassador to Washington, Al-Jabeir, as per information facilitated by the White House.
Reportedly, this time they have spoken about "the successful disruption of the Iranian-directed conspiracy." And it appears it’s not B. Hussein O., but both, together with the Saudi King, who have called this plot "a flagrant violation of fundamental international norms, ethics, and law," adding that they vowed to pursue "a strong and unified international response" that will hold the perpetrators accountable for their actions.
U.S. Secretary of State Clinton has declared that the thwarted Iranian plot to assassinate Saudi Ambassador Al-Jabeir means a "dangerous escalation" of Tehran's sponsorship of terrorism and that, "... This kind of reckless act undermines international norms and the international system. Iran must be held accountable for its actions,” noting that the United States had already imposed targeted sanctions on "individuals within the Iranian government who are associated with this plot and Iran's support for terrorism."
However, Iran targeting Saudi Arabia and their diplomatic personnel has rather been done intermittently throughout the last 30 years. Any time relations with Saudi have been at their low, terrorism has been used by Iranians, among other means, to target the Saudis -as it happened in the Khobar Tower bombing of 1996 and May 2003 attempts to conduct terrorist operations on Saudi soil. Seems that the only innovation in this particular case is that, unlike most of the times, this time they actually wanted to have a terrorist operation on our soil, right in the capital of the United States.
Clinton mentioned that they will work closely with international partners to increase Iran's isolation and the pressure on its government. She called upon other nations to join in “condemning this threat to international peace and security.” Obviously, Ms Clinton and Hussein did not feel the same outrage each time that Iranian president Ahmadinejad has repeated the call for the destruction of an existing country.
For the form, two men have been charged in a US court: One is Gholam Shakuri. He was described in the criminal complaint as a member of the Quds Force and “is believed to be in Iran.” The second man, an arrested suspect is Manssor Arbabsiar, 56, who is, surprise, a naturalized US citizen, but holds an Iranian passport. He was detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York on Sept. 29.
Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday that “someone in Iran would "pay the price" for the alleged plot.
Former top negotiator on issues of national security, including Iran’s nuclear program, Ali Larijani, current Iran's parliament speaker, said the "fabricated allegations" aimed to divert attention from revolts in the region and turn Muslim countries against each other. "America wants to divert attention from problems it faces in the Middle East, but the Americans cannot stop the wave of Islamic awakening by using such excuses," Larijani said in an open session of parliament. Some years ago, when Larijani addressed a conference in Dubai, he was able to show his virulent anti-America, anti-Western venom and got to move the 1,000 attendees to the rhythm of of his fiery rhetoric.
Regardless, the war of words between Iran and Turkey over the latter's decision to host NATO's early-warning radar system may hint at a new crisis looming on the horizon between both of them and the Kurdish terrorist organization, the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). In the end, PKK may possibly become a trump card for Iran to use against Turkey.
So, all indicates that Iran is moving ahead and trying to take the leadership in the region. Thus the precarious regional balance is further shaken -and while it seems that the events are isolated, consider the so-called Arab Spring that is unraveling rather as an Arab Pandemonium, plus the belligerent triumvirate formed by the Muslim Arab countries-Iran-and-Turkey, a volatile situation that whichever way it will go, trouble will entail. And the animosity among different sections of the Muslim world is evident, and the balance is fragile, especially in regard to Iran, Turkey and Lebanon. Turkey’s Erdogan has chosen to take his country into darkness and the latent venomous atmosphere exists. The question will be survival.
While, Muslims or pro-Muslim infiltrators in our midst want to show us that the infamous Arab Spring is making progress and that there is ‘hope’ coming afterwards, the reality is there for the world to see.
The Muslim world is in disarray. With ten percent of the politically correct classification of “Islamist radicals,” which in normal terminology means “proponents, supporters and practitioners of Muslim terrorism,” it is imperative that the West understand that for any terrorist to exist, to train, study and practice, there undoubtedly is a massive family and extended family support. We are speaking of the Muslim Middle East, where the notion and the value of family are sacred -and in all likelihood every terrorist has support from his... brothers, to say the least. Therefore, the so-called moderate Muslims are an illusion, a fantasy made out of make-believe. There is no such thing as a moderate Muslim, the Koran is filled with abundant and unequivocal references of damnation and admonition to kill unbelievers or kafirs, the Jews and the Christians. When push comes to shove, while they may be secular, agnostic or non-religious Muslims, whoever has the slightest regard for the Koran, knows that the Koran imposes the annihilation of non-Muslims. Period.
These are disconcerting times, to say the least. And Americans would do well to examine how things are developing right at their doors.
Goodwill Ambassador Eliana Benador is a national and international global strategist and the former CEO and founder of Benador Associates. You can find her at the Goodwill Ambassador or at her website. Follow her on Twitter, or her political page on Facebook and her business page on Facebook.