Welcome to the real world, President-elect Obama. It was one thing to use speaking eloquence and the Chicago political machine to rise to power.

It was one thing to win a U.S. Senate seat, and then use dissatisfaction with the status quo to rise to the Presidency. But that inexperience is about to catch up to you.

A few years in the Senate, most of it spent running for President, is simply not enough experience to be the leader of the free world. We in America and the entire Western world have to hope that the man is a fast learner.

Just a day after Barack Obama received his first official security briefing from the Director of National Intelligence, Mike McConnell, the New York Sun reports that Obama and the American public will soon receive a video address from none other than Osama bin Laden himself.

Fanatical hate preacher Omar Bakri has led chats in extremist Arabic chat rooms announcing that the new video will likely come when Obama names his cabinet, and will warn Obama that “We will fight him if he fights against Islam.”

A key Iraqi al Qaeda propagandist, Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, made an Internet speech in which he told Obama that “it’s better for you and us to withdraw your forces and return to your homes.”

Obama has pledged that he will redeploy American resources in the Middle East in order to go after bin Laden in the Afghani tribal regions where the al Qaeda leader is believed to be hiding.

However, the CIA apparently has far greater intel on the whereabouts of al Qaeda’s number two man, Ayman al-Zawahiri, which might lead to addressing efforts to go after him first.

President George W. Bush will meet directly with Obama on Monday in a further effort to update him on homeland defense, among other issues.

In a recent speech in front of various White House staffers, President Bush stated that the terrorist threat is a main reason that they “all of must ensure that the next president and his team can hit the ground running.”

During the campaign, Obama pledged to give commanders a new mission in Iraq: to successfully end the war with a ‘responsible and phased’ withdrawal of troops.

Dissatisfaction with the prosecution of the war was a key component to Obama’s election victory. It was also yet another sign that the American press and public simply do not have the fortitude at this stage to win this vital struggle between civilizations and ideologies.

The Obama camp and many of its followers simply do not believe the magnitude of the threat that Islamofascism poses to Israel, the United States, and the world. Either that, or they know and simply do not care, choosing instead to focus on other issues for now, and deciding to deal with military issues as they develop in the future.

In other words, they are choosing to once again put a band aid on a long-term serious problem, rather than address it now and completely. This is a recipe for disaster that will likely play out now in an Obama administration.

Islamofascists will view any U.S. withdrawal as an opportunity, and a victory. They will rightly say that they again simply waited us out, that they knew we could never defeat them long term, that we simply didn’t have the stomach for it. They will consolidate their power in the Middle East once we leave, including increased pressure on Israel, igniting even worse conditions than exist today.

The Veep-elect, Joe Biden, stated in the run-up to the election “Mark my words. It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama…we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy…he’s gonna need help…because it’s not gonna be apparent initially that we’re right.” 

It’s a shame that those of us who know this will be the outcome have not been able to convince enough of America, but apparently it will take another 9/11, or worse, to awaken that sleeping giant fully.

I have to hope that the President-elect is finally exposed to the reality of the situation in the coming days, weeks, and months, and changes his tune on what needs to be done. Otherwise, the Islamofascists will seriously challenge a President Obama, judging correctly that he will do little or nothing to stop them.

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One thought on “Islamism Series: Challenging Obama

  1. If it takes another 9/11, then– sad to say– that is what it will take. I have given up on hoping that sanity or the voices of the Right can sway the Democrat leadership, including Obama, and I\’ve grimly come around to accepting a likely second major homeland attack as a key mind-changer for the Leftists who currently dominate our country in virtually all arenas.


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