President Obama’s Naive Foreign Policy Unravels As a “Tiny Country” Threatens U.S. with Nukes

by Ed Franan –

Four years ago a newly minted President Obama assured us we had very little to fear in his new world of foreign policy. There was no longer a Soviet Union that could threaten our very existence and besides, as a Nobel Peace Prize winner he had the moral authority to reset our foreign policy….to make America loved, rather than feared. Unlike it had been during the Bush administration.

He proclaimed that Iran, Cuba and North Korea were tiny countries and wouldn’t be able to resist his charm offensive coupled with a beer summit.

In order to show the utmost self confidence in his ability to change the world, President Obama acquiesced to the Russians and didn’t install planned anti missile defenses in Eastern Europe aimed at incoming missiles from Iran. He also cancelled/delayed planned deployment of anti missile shields on our own soil leaving us wide open and unprotected.

But after over 4 years of the Obama foreign policy/charm offensive, the administration is feverishly trying to deploy the very missile shields it cancelled 4 years ago. These shields were designed to thwart incoming nuke missiles from the tiny country of North Korea. 14 anti missile batteries are being rushed into place in Alaska, along with other measures previously rejected by Obama in other parts of the world.

Four years of dithering and charm offensive have let Iran and North Korea go forward virtually unchecked in their nuclear ambitions. Now those chickens are starting to come home to roost. See my interview with Israel’s Danny Danon warning of disastrous results from Obama’s lack of leadership in the Mideast.

Last week North Korea cancelled the armistice it had with South Korea and declared their right to launch a preemptive nuclear strike on the US in retaliation for new sanctions imposed on them.

North Korea has already thumbed its nose at Obama by conducting underground nuclear explosions and successfully launched a missile capable of striking the US….All of this in the face of “stern” threats from the paper tiger Obama administration.

Ominously, in the other tiny country of Iran, the acquisition of much faster centrifuges will speed up the time it takes to get them enough enriched uranium for nuclear weapons…again all of this in the face of “stern” threats and trade sanctions from the Obama administration.

Buried in the press a few months back was the report that Iran had suffered an accident at one of their nuclear sites. The accident killed several of their scientists, but reportedly killed a few North Korean scientists as well.

President Obama: Today even tiny nuclear armed countries can have the ability to ruin our day, not by just lobbing nuclear missiles at us, but by spreading those weapons to terrorists and other rogue, tiny countries around the world. It’s time you take the rose colored glasses off. In this world it is far better and safer to be feared and respected, rather than trying to be liked.


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8 years ago

“Si vis pacem, para bellum” is a Latin phrase, which translates to: “If you wish for peace, prepare for war”
If you are not liked, or hated, as we are in some parts of the world, it’s better to be prepared for whatever they threaten you with.

8 years ago
Reply to  Bigboss

It just goes to show what sending billions of dollars to these crazed nations has gotten us. America has tried to
“buy friends” for years — and sadly, we’ll be facing nuclear war soon because of it. Obama will shun Israel, but will cozy up to any Islamic nation he gets near.

8 years ago

Yes, just another wonderful example of the amazing brilliance and total competence of President Obama. What does one expect when they elect a socialist community organizer with zero real world experience is anything other than stirring up mobs to facilitate economic shakedowns of banks and other businesses for personal or political gain. Oh he does have a talent though. He’s great at self aggrandizement. So I’m sure the leaders of North Korea, Iran and elsewhere are shaking in their shoes at having to face off against “the smartest person in the room”.

The one detail I see missing from your story is that according to the DoD, the 14 missile batteries that will now be deployed in Alaska won’t be operational until 2017. Oops! I guess we all have to hope that the little dictator of North Korea holds off launching anything at us until then. That doesn’t quite fill me with confidence.

Then there is the prospect of Iran, as we continue to twiddle our thumbs while they put more and more centrifuges on-line to enrich more and more uranium for their “peaceful” nuclear program. Not to worry though. I’m sure “the smartest man in the room” has a rock solid plan for dealing with that as well.

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