Milquetoast, Inappropriate Leadership
And we don’t see the world having a problem with where our remarks describe this obscene conflict. We use the word obscene to describe the kind of conflict that is currently happening with ISSI or for Obama’s sake, ISL. And we use the word Milquetoast in our title to give an explanation to how the USA’s leadership is reacting to what our enemy is doing.
Earlier today President Obama called on nations around the world to expand human rights, religious tolerance and peaceful dialogue as they struggle to combat a spate of terrorism that has recently struck places as far afield as Australia, Canada and Europe.
In an address to world leaders on the final day of his summit on violent extremism, Mr. Obama said that poverty and political grievances fuel alienation that can lead to bursts of killing like those seen in Paris, Copenhagen, Sydney and Ottawa. In addition to building up security forces, he said nations must “put an end to the cycle of hate” through opportunity and freedom.
“When people are oppressed and human rights are denied, particularly along sectarian lines or ethnic lines, when dissent is silenced, it feeds violent extremism,” Mr. Obama told a gathering of ministers from dozens of countries. “It creates an environment that is ripe for terrorists to exploit. When peaceful democratic change is impossible, it feeds into the terrorist propaganda that violence is the only answer available.
For us here at The Contemplative Thinker it appears no longer a sense of not knowing the full details in order to disrespect and totally disregard a strategy; subsequently, it is our take here that the Obama Administration is making matters much, so much worse with ISIS, Al Qaeda, all fundamental Islamic groups and we should add Russia into that mix as well.
The president’s remarks came as the summit meeting was wrapping up amid fierce political debate about the administration’s approach to terrorism. More than 13 years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the United States is still searching for a consensus about how to tackle an enemy more elusive and less structured than the familiar Cold War adversary in Moscow.
Mr. Obama, who has prided himself on ending American involvement in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, has opened a new war in the region by launching airstrikes against the Islamic State, but his critics contend that his strategy is too restrained and his own view of the threat is too limited. Gee, ya’ think!
Barack Obama is showing me how gutless and pacifistic he is when unveiled by his campaigning extremes; the man has no problem lying to the American people; however, with the main-stream media bringing hours of talking heads to the forefront the president is once again lowered to the junior senator he was before becoming the Commander-in-Chief of formally the baddest, arse whooping military industrial complex the world has ever known.