Another day, another call for an anti-Obama revolution from Larry Klayman. In his column, ‘Americans to follow Egypt’s lead?,’ Klayman predicts that President Obama’s supposed drive to “refashion the nation through intimidation and threat, in his own Muslim, socialist image” will push the US military into removing him as leader, just as the Egyptian military deposed Mohamed Morsi.
He claims that Obama, “like Morsi before his downfall,” is “pushing the American people to the limit” and “playing with fire among the military.”
“If this display by our most distinguished and honored American military heroes is any indication, given the state of affairs generally in this nation, which borders on total political, economic, moral and ethical collapse,” Klayman asks, “is it inconceivable that one day the military in this country could rise up in support of not only the American people but themselves, and remove Obama and his radical Muslim, socialist comrades by whatever means prove necessary to preserve the republic?”
Klayman believes that there may be “no other choice” but to have the military oust Obama if Congress does not impeach and remove him from office or else “what occurred in Egypt this week might regrettably someday soon become a reality in our own nation.”
Of course Obama is committed to the democratic process in Egypt, as it was this so-called democratic process that put the “mullah in chief’s” fellow religious Muslims in power there. Ironically, although Obama publicly supported Morsi’s remaining in power under the guise of “the democratic process,” shortly after Morsi’s ouster, the Arab League, led by none other than oil-rich and influentially powerful Saudi Arabia, hailed the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood as a great event. So here you have it: The president of the United States seeks to prop up Morsi and his terrorist comrades in Egypt, while the majority of other “mainstream” Arab states, recognizing the threat of radical Islam to the region and their own regimes’ stability, are content that Egypt has now purged itself of this extremist Muslim scourge. If this is not proof positive of the American president’s own intentions to further an Islamic revolution in the Middle East and elsewhere, then fat dogs don’t pass wind, to put it most diplomatically.
That being said, the American people and the rest of the Western world should be rejoicing today. The people of Egypt have risen up valiantly and removed one of the biggest cancers in the Middle East – the Muslim Brotherhood. They did so by organizing mass demonstrations in the heart of Egypt’s capital, Cairo. The Egyptian people had the guts to do what thus far in this country we have not seen fit to do – demand the removal of a president who furthers his own subversive agendas at the expense of the people, most recently siccing the Internal Revenue Service and National Security Agency on the masses to keep them down and silent as he proceeds to refashion the nation through intimidation and threat, in his own Muslim, socialist image.
But President Obama is not only pushing the American people to the limit; he, like Morsi before his downfall, also has been playing with fire among the military. Indeed, to avoid violent revolution, it was the Egyptian military that removed Morsi to further the will of the Egyptian people who did not want to see their nation enslaved under Muslim Shariah law.
If this display by our most distinguished and honored American military heroes is any indication, given the state of affairs generally in this nation, which borders on total political, economic, moral and ethical collapse, is it inconceivable that one day the military in this country could rise up in support of not only the American people but themselves, and remove Obama and his radical Muslim, socialist comrades by whatever means prove necessary to preserve the republic?
This is not the scenario we would like to see, but like the Egyptians, when there is no other choice, anything is possible. Our Congress has shown no willingness to seriously confront Obama for his illegal and treasonous acts; the constitutional process of impeachment has never succeeded at removing a lawless and destructive president; and our judges have become the “yes-men and women” of the political establishment.
In this context, what occurred in Egypt this week might regrettably someday soon become a reality in our own nation. After all, on this anniversary of our greatest day, July 4, 1776, did not our Founding Fathers take matters into their own hands, when they threw off the slavish and evil yoke of King George III by rising up and using all God-given lawful means under the circumstances to further freedom?