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An open letter to Barak Obama June 23, 2008

Posted by Daniel Downs in Barak Obama, foreign policy, Iran, Israel, news, Palestinians, politics, presidential election, terrorism.

The following is a letter written by a Russian-born immigrant to and citizen of America. He not only supports Israel but he also hold citizenship in Israel. As you will see, the author is very concerned about Obama’s contradictory positions on Jews, Israel, and those who threaten them with violence. More importantly, the author raises the right questions about America’s (as well as Israel’s) future if Obama’ were elected in November. The questions reveal a character lurking behind the smiling stardom that may not be beneficial to our nation and others. His chosen associations represent a presidential rule most Americans may not want to be a part of. At the very least, the following letter presents to a more complete picture of who Obama is and his possible goals.


Dear Senator,

My name is Leon Weinstein. I am an American. I am also Jewish. I was born in the Soviet Union, was fortunate to get out in 1974 and lived in Israel until my second immigration to the US in 1986. I have family in Israel, including my brother, parents, and my beloved nephews. As you see I have a stock in Israel, and wouldn’t want this country to be bombed by nukes (or conventional rockets), annihilated or buldozered to the Mediterranean, all of the above being proposed by the esteemed leaders of practically all neighboring Israel nations. I am not a partial and neutral bystander. I am one very angry and concerned citizen and below I will try to explain to you why I am angry and concerned.

You might become our next President, Leader and Commander-in- Chief, but we the people know precious little about who you are, your ability to withstand pressure, your philosophy, sympathies and preferences, your experience and your judgment. During your recent campaigning we hear from you many wonderful words like ‘unification of America’, ‘no more blue or red states’, ‘help to humanity’, ‘care for those that need care’, and I applaud those words. If your words are supported by your past actions, then you might be the man for the job. If your words contradict or are unsupported by what you did before the Presidential race, then you are not what you say you are, right? In order to find that out I attempted to examine whom you hang out with, what words you and your friends were saying in private and in public and how all that can affect our lives.

First, I decided to look who is endorsing you (according to the information that can be found on Internet), who likes where you stand on issues. I found among others a scaring host of anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli people and organizations:

– Louis Farrakhan (Nation of Islam Leader, racist, anti-Semite)

‘But may be’ I was arguing with myself, ‘I can’t blame you for that, since you didn’t ask for their endorsements or their help? You may be even do not know about it, or do you? On the other hand if our enemies (Hamas, Sandinistas, Cuban Marxists) love you so much, may be it says something about your agenda?’

Enough about those that like you. Let’s look at whom you like, whom you planning to bring to the White House to govern America. You invited Zbigniew Brzezinski to become your chief political advisor.

Your financial backer billionaire George Soros repeatedly says in his speeches: ‘The main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States.’ How many times in one letter I can repeat WOW! Another obstacle he considers Israel. If you have an obstacle on your way, you remove it, right? Do you share the same ideology that Soros professes? As a matter of fact, looks like your wife does. Soros is the power behind us that insulted them by including them in the ‘axis of evil’ and making sure they understood we didn’t like them very much. That drove us apart,’ says McPeak and continues: ‘Obama’s idea is, why not talk to them. Why not see if there isn’t some common ground. Certainly, the fight against al Qaeda would be one of them.’

Dear Senator, hate of Israel would also be a good common ground with Iran, Hezbollah and Hamas. I remember the overwhelming joy on the Iranian and Palestinian streets when they heard about 9/11. Same joy I recall when Hezbollah dragged on the streets of Gaza killed Israeli soldiers in front of TV cameras. The same joy they experienced when masked terrorists beheaded Americans and many other infidels they kidnap, torture and videotape their murders.

Simon Malley, another of your foreign policy advisors loathes Israel. The anti-Israel activism became a crusade for him. He spent countless hours with Yasser Arafat and became a close friend of Arafat.. He was,according to Daniel Pipes, a sympathizer of the Palestinian Liberation Organization — and this was when it was at the height of its terrorism wave against the West. His efforts were so damaging to France that President Valerie d’Estaing expelled him from the country. Now you want him to give you advice regarding Middle East and relations with Israel.

I can go on and on. My big question to you is – usually we surround ourselves with like-minded people. Didn’t you notice that all those people quite contradict your public speeches? Or may be they express your hidden thoughts and agenda?

During an ABC interview Stephanopoulos asked you: ‘So you would extend our deterrent to Israel?’ your answer was: ‘As I said before, I think it is very important that Iran understands that an attack on Israel, is an attack on our strongest ally in the region, one that we — one whose security, we consider paramount. And that would be an act of aggression that we would — that I would consider an attack that is unacceptable. And the United States would take appropriate action.’

It is important to notice that you didn’t say, ‘We will come after them and will respond in full force’. Dear Senator – what is this ‘appropriate action’ of yours? We already know that your mentors Reverend Wright and socialist billionaire Soros think that the US and Israel stand in a way to the ‘progress’. May be the appropriate action, as you and your team understand it will be to tell Iranians ‘Good job, guys’?

Israel is an American alley that brings to the relations its fair share. I want you to read exerts from two articles written by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger, who is an expert on U.S. Middle East policy:

Former secretary of state and NATO supreme commander Gen. (ret.) Alexander Haig refers to Israel as the largest, most cost-effective combat-experienced U.S. aircraft carrier – one that does not require American personnel, cannot be sunk and is located in a region critical to U.S. national security interests. In 1967, Israel defeated a pro-Soviet Egypt/Syria axis. In 1970, Israel forced the rollback of an invasion by pro-Soviet Syria of pro-U.S. Jordan, preventing a pro-Soviet Domino Effect in the Persian Gulf. In 1981, Israel destroyed Iraq’s nuclear reactor, enabling the U.S. to proceed with conventional military options in its wars againstSaddam Hussein. In 1982, Israel destroyed Syrian-operated Soviet surface-to-air missile batteries, which were considered impregnable. Israeli-developed unmanned aerial vehicles have been employed by U.S. Marines in Afghanistan and Iraq, providing otherwise unattainable intelligence and preempting terrorist strikes. The Israeli-developed Lightning Pod navigation guidance system eliminated Al-Zarqawi, the arch Al-Qaeda terrorist. Absent Israel and its contribution to U.S. national security, Washington would have to deploy, to the eastern flank of the Mediterranean, aircraft carriers and tens of thousands of servicemen, costing scores of billions of dollars annually.

Dear Senator, we all would want to hear you saying words that in uncertain terms will tell our enemies that you are not their friend, that you stand and will stand for our country and for the principals of the founding fathers of our country. How about repeating the pledge that Professor Wichman of Mechanical Engineering at MSU wrote to a group of ‘outraged by Jewish behavior’ Muslim students in his University:

I (Barack Hussein Obama) will stand firmly against beheadings of civilians, cowardly attacks on public buildings, suicide murders, murders of Catholic priests (the latest in Turkey), burnings of Christian churches, the continued persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt, the imposition of Sharia law on non-Muslims, the rapes of Scandinavian girls and women (called ‘whores’ in extreme Muslim culture), the murder of film directors in Holland, and the rioting and looting in Paris, France. This is what offends me, and many, many of my fellow Americans. This shall be stopped and stopped immediately. I will not tolerate it on my watch. As a US President I will stand firm to stop this aggressive, brutal, and uncivilized behavior. I will defend our allies including Israel, and will destroy any one who will try to destroy them. Amen!

Looks like you are not going to do it. This will make your Far Left friends angry with you. You will hide behind words and smiles and half-truths. Exactly as you were hiding your controversial pastor in the basement of the building before you announced your bid for the US presidency.

Leon A.Weinstein
Los Angeles, CA


Another article written by Weinstein that be of interest is Lenin vs. Obama.

Thanks goes to the Foundation for Constitutional Democracy for making this letter known.



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