Monkey in the Middle
Those nasty Jews. They are the fault that gas is over $4 a gallon. It is all their fault. So says President Barack Hussein Obama. It is not the fault that this idiot of a President closed the Gulf to US drilling (The Chinese, Mexicans, etc are all drilling away.). It is not the fact that all government controlled lands are closed to drilling and exploration. It is not the fact that he nixed the Keystone Pipeline. No to Barack Hussein Obama it is the fault of the Jews. Those evil Jews of Israel.
The Obama administration is blaming Israel for the recent rise in global crude oil prices, according to a Sunday report in The World Tribune. The rise in fuel prices is deemed as harming the U.S. economy and has also hurt Obama in the polls as he seeks re-election in November.I guess that since Barack Hussein Obama has now excepted money from the Evil Oil Companies, he must find another scapegoat to pin his problems on. And Jews are the classic scapegoat for all anti-Semites. And after spending 20 years as a disciple of Jeremiah Wright, screaming AMEN! every time the good 'Reverend' spoke about the destruction of Israel and the genocide of the Jews, we can call this President a rabid anti-Semite bent on finishing the job that his idol Adolf Hitler started.
The report cited a leading U.S. analyst, Robert Satloff, who returned from talks with Israeli officials.
Satloff, executive director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, said, according to The World Tribune, that the Israeli leadership saw Washington as attributing the higher gas prices to “Israel’s posturing” on Iran.
“They think the Iranians should be held responsible for the higher gasoline prices,” Satloff was quoted as having said.
He added that the officials told him the Obama administration was staging a campaign to undermine Israel.
“I cannot underscore how deep and visceral the [Israeli] comments of the leaking that came out of Washington were,” Satloff said, noting Israel is alarmed by what officials determined were leaks by the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama of purported Israeli preparations to attack Iran.
The Israeli concerns come in the wake of a report in Foreign Policy magazine last week, according to which Israel has purchased an airfield in Azerbaijan on Iran's northern border, prompting the United States to watch very closely.
Journalist Mark Perry wrote that the Obama administration is monitoring Israel's relations with Azerbaijan, particularly its military ties.
The Americans believe Israel may use the site as a springboard for an attack on Iran's nuclear plants, or as a landing and refueling spot following one. The site could also be used for aircraft needed for search, rescue and recovery in the wake of an attack.
“We're watching what Israel is doing in Azerbaijan. And we're not happy about it,” an official told the Foreign Policy writer.
Azeri president Ilham Aliyev later dismissed the speculation and said, “Azerbaijan's territory will never be used to launch an attack against its neighbor, Iran.”