Impeach the Disruptive US President

Israeli Arabs gave Benjamin Netanyahu a standing ovation for his explanation or ‘apology’ in calling out Israeli voters – ALL Israeli voters – to vote, as a means of countering the mass bussing-in of Arab voters by left-wing activists coached, supported and financed by US Administration proxies.

I’d say a standing ovation is a pretty convincing sign of acceptance by the people who were offended.

But guess what?

The US doesn’t fully accept Netanyahu’s apology.

Read that again: the US – yes, the United States of America – doesn’t fully accept Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s explanation or apology to Israel’s Arabs.

Not sure where America fits into the equation, but Obama reckons he sees a role for himself there.

Good job Obama isn’t arrogant, conceited, presumptuous, vindictive, petulant, spiteful or anything like that…

We have a real statesman out there.

In Jerusalem.

Not so much in Washington.

Honestly, if Obama were a pre-schooler throwing the tantrums he’s in the habit of throwing and continuously behaving in this disruptive, spiteful way, as his teacher you’d be calling in his parents almost every day to have a stern word with them, on pain of expulsion if their spoilt brat of a son didn’t improve his behaviour.

In a Middle East engulfed in the flames of Sunni Islamism, Shia hegemony, the mass extermination of Yazidis and the systematic murder and explusion of Christians, wouldn’t you say that impeachment is the only reasonable action against a US President who daily jeopardises US interests and security in his obsessive drive to punish one single man – the PM of Israel, the US’s only stable, loyal and steadfast ally in the entire region?

Obama has almost two more years in which to continue deconstructing US security and interests.

Americans can’t afford to wait that long.

Impeach Obama now.

Before he does more serious and more permanent damage to the US homeland.

About the Author
Served as deputy chair of the West Sweden branch of the Sweden-Israel Friendship Association. Written three political thrillers about Sweden-Israel-Gaza in The Hart Trilogy: "Bridges Going Nowhere" (2014), "The Threat Beneath" (2015) and "From the Shadows" (2016), where the action switches seamlessly between Samaria, Gaza, Israel, Sweden and Iran. Work has started on a fourth book, "Picture Imperfect".