Well, ahhh, no shit?
It appears as though the whole world knows (and doesn’t care) that the deal in Geneva, with Herman doing the Kenyan’s community organizing idea of a foreign policy, was horrible for America.
We already know, our foreign policy is non-existent or spastic, at best.
As the article states,
What happened in Geneva came after a series of steps that can only be seen as demonstrating the overwhelming will of the American president to distance himself from the region: getting out of Iraq and Afghanistan, with no tangible success; abandoning Mubarak, backing the Muslim Brothers and even turning his back on the new Egyptian regime battling radical Islam; zigzagging about Syria; and recently rumored to be conducting secret talks with Hezbollah and radical Islamic factions in Syria.
Taken together, these steps point to a deliberate strategy and game changer.
The anti-Iranian pragmatic front that united Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States and Egypt – with Israel as a silent partner – is no more. It was already seriously weakened when Obama deserted his old ally Mubarak in January 2011 and hastened his fall.
Geneva was its death knell.
I hate to tell them, but Iran (if the Kenyan gets his way) will be ruling the Middle East in ten years from now.
Assuming they don’t nuke their neighbors first.
In that even, the President (whomever that may be) will destroy Iran, track down and arrest the Kenyan and his allies in Government (including the Pentagon), and execute them after secret trials. But of course, that will do those innocents who were vaporized little good.
Read more here.