Our domestic tensions embolden our enemies.
Here is a sampling of some recent news abroad:
A Russian guard attacked a U.S. diplomatic official at the door to the American Embassy in Moscow, even as NATO leaders met to galvanize against the next act of Russian aggression.
Iran rebuffed United Nations warnings and defiantly boasted that it will continue testing ballistic missiles. German intelligence believes that Iran, empowered by the release of $100 billion in impounded cash, is violating its recent American-led nonproliferation deal in an effort to import nuclear bomb-making technology. Continue reading
Cyber threat comparable to Iranian, North Korean missile danger
Chinese military hackers are conducting cyber attacks on the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency networks on a daily basis and will soon shift to hacking into networks of missile defense contractors, the admiral in charge of the agency told Congress on Thursday.
Vice Adm. James D. Syring, the MDA chief who is in charge of building multi-billion dollar anti-missile defenses, told a House hearing that while his networks are successfully fighting off the cyber attacks, missile defense contractors need to improve their network security. Continue reading
Welcome to The Michael Savage Newsletter, your daily insider report on all things “Savage.”
Michael Savage offered listeners a history lesson about the similarities (and differences) between Benito Mussolini’s domestic spending policies and those of Barack Obama.
Savage explained that when Italian dictator Benito Mussolini came to power, “the first thing he did was start public works projects along the same lines as Barack Obama: bridges to nowhere and roads to nowhere.”
They were immensely popular in Italy, because at least they put people back to work.
This model of massive public works projects was then adopted by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Adolf Hitler, and again, the people approved of these projects.
One difference between Mussolini and Obama (and the differences are many) is that while Mussolini was building roads and bridges to nowhere, he was also building up the Italian navy.
In fact, at the outset of World War II, the Italian navy was larger than that of Germany and Great Britain combined.
On the other hand, while Obama is building roads to nowhere, he’s destroying the American military at the same time.
There’s one thing you don’t know about Barack Obama: He is true to his cause. He’s following the script that was clearly laid out for him.
His calling is to weaken America in any way he can and to strengthen America’s enemies in any way he can.
How else do you explain they’re still calling the rise of Islamic regimes “the Arab Spring” when everyone knows the regimes rising there are far worse than those which were just overthrown?
Why is Obama cheering the Islamists everywhere across the Arab landscape?
It leads you to ask yourself what side he’s on and whether he’s not playing for the opposing team.
It leads serious men to stay awake long into the night and ask themselves: Have we been invaded and have the enemies already taken over this country?
Article Source: Is Obama playing for the opposing team?’ (Michael Savage)