When your boss wins the Nobel Prize, how should you react? Normally, even if your boss were the world’s biggest jerk, you would have to be polite about it…wouldn’t you? Not if your name is Rahm Emmanuel, and you are the Chief of Staff of the President of the United States.
The Associated Press recently reported that Emmanuel flew into a rage and issued a “verbal lashing” to the Norwegian Ambassador to the United States, Wegger Stroemmen, when Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009. But the AP story doesn’t explain Emmanuel’s bizarre behavior.
Don’t get me wrong. In hindsight, an obscenity-laced tirade was not an incorrect response to a Nobel Peace Prize for Obama, who subsequently helped destroy Libya and Sudan, tried to destroy Syria, conspired with Israel to unleash Stuxnet on Iran, murdered thousands of innocents with cowardly drone attacks, protected the 9/11 criminals and the myth they created, and is now pushing Russia up against the wall in Ukraine and risking World War III.
But somehow I don’t think that’s why Rahm Emmanuel flew into one of his patented conniptions of potty-mouthed fury when the Prize was awarded back in 2009.
At that time, Obama still could have earned the Peace Prize. How? By fulfilling his express and implied campaign pledges to close Guantanamo, end the bogus “war on terror,” restore the Constitution, end the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq by bringing all US troops AND MERCENARIES home, and slash the 9/11-bloated military budget to the bone.
It was Mossad agent Rahm Emmanuel’s job to see that this did not happen. Rahm, a US-Israeli dual citizen who served in the IDF not the US military, was forced on Obama by the Zionist mafia, the main force behind 9/11 and the 9/11 wars. Obama has admitted that he was forced to appoint Rahm as his Chief of Staff – making Rahm the ostensibly second most powerful man in the world – because “we owed certain people” (i.e. the Zionist mob).
Rahm was the key figure who prevented Obama from closing Guantanamo as promised. He fought with other presidential advisers on various “War on Terror” issues. Rahm’s goal was always the same: Keep the Zionist-inspired terror war going at all costs. Their ultimate goal: launching a major war against Iran.
So when Rahm Emmanuel reacted to Obama’s Peace Prize by spewing obscenities at the Norweigian ambassador, he was revealing his real agenda: Preventing Obama from becoming a peace president.
Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize was a down payment on all those campaign promises. The Committee awarded Obama the Peace Prize shortly after he was elected as a pre-emptive strike: to make it harder for the new US president to become a major warmonger. Obviously this pre-emptive operation was a mixed success at best.
But they did at least help nudge Obama away from Emmanuel’s and the Zionists’ biggest goal: A major Middle East war against Iran.
And today, as Obama “squares off toe to toe with the Rooskies” in Ukraine, the fact that he is a Nobel Peace Laureate would make it a little bit more embarrassing for him to be the president who launches World War III.
So two cheers for the well-meaning Orwellians who handed the Peace Prize to Obama the Drone Killer. And a big, obscenities-laced Bronx cheer for Emmanuel, the foul-mouthed criminal kingpin who now serves as capo of Zionist-occupied Chicago.
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.
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Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.