Check out my interview in today's Frontpage magazine with Jamie Glazov here:
Here's an excerpt, but do read the whole thing:
FP: What explains this hatred of Israel in Obama’s
administration? What is it that is motivating Obama and these
anti-Semites around him?
Geller: Obama’s anti-Semitic
associations go all the way back to the beginning of his career: the
Reverend Jeremiah Wright, who worked with Louis Farrakhan and gave him
an award from Trinity United Church of Christ; Bill Ayers, whose
Communist rhetoric from the 1960s – the Weather Underground manifesto Prairie Fire
— was full of anti-Semitic attacks on Israel; and others. Israel has
always been an ally of the United States and was an enemy of the Soviet
Union and socialist internationalists. Barack Obama is a socialist
internationalist, as are the people he has surrounded himself with.
It’s no surprise in light of that that his administration would be so
Little attention is paid to Obama’s childhood study of Islam
and his Koranic studies in Indonesia. Knowing what we know about
Islamic anti-Semitism and Jew-hatred in the Koran, it may have been a
powerful influence on Obama’s attitudes towards the Jewish homeland.
FP: What are the consequences of this landscape of Jew-hate in the Obama administration?
Geller: The main consequence is that Israel is on
its own to deal with the Iranian nuclear threat, and the U.S. may even
try to stop Israel from doing anything about that threat. A nuclear
Iran threatens the entire free world, not just Israel, but no one in
the Obama administration seems very concerned about that. They’ve even
opposed new sanctions on Iran.
When the cop walks off the beat, thugs go wild. With a weak
Islamophilic President in the White House, there is a vacuum, a void —
one that evil is only too happy to fill. The UN’s International Atomic
Energy Agency (IAEA) recently called on the Iranian mullahs to stop
their uranium enrichment activities. Two days after that, showing how
much they fear the wrath of the U.N. and Barack Hussein Obama, the
mullahs okayed a plan to build ten new uranium enrichment plants.
This is the same IAEA whose chief, Mohamed Mostafa ElBaradei, said
in October that “Israel is number one threat to Middle East.” The IAEA,
led by Mohamed ElBaradei, has given covert cover to jihad nuclear
weaponization for decades. Would we be in this predicament if the UN
had even tried to do its job? Yet even this lapdog called out the
Iranians, and not surprisingly, they laughed at him.
And all this comes after Iran defiantly rejected a deal that the UN
brokered on its nuke program – although Obama has been mum about the
rejection for understandable reasons. He knows what it will show about
his determination to negotiate with the Iranians “without
preconditions.” One colossal failure after another. All hail O-blunder.
But what did he expect? Why would Iran have endorsed this deal?
Would Hitler have stopped in the Thirties? Did handing over
Czechoslovakia satiate Germany’s bloodlust?
There is a weak leader installed in the Oval Office. It’s not hard
to fool the invertebrate in the White House. He wants to be conned. The
Islamic Republic of Iran is counting on it. Iran’s rogue regime has
been unimaginably successful in achieving its goals while spitting in
the face of the world. Why stop now?
For Iran, it’s all systems go.
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