Lovely example…

I just lifted this from MoonofAlabama.  An excellent site which pretends to be like a 'public bar',  a pub, you know?  Publishes some good stuff.  Has a noisy opinionated clientele all talking at once in a format that forbids easy following of threads..  very much like a pub.  If they don't mind me doing so: I recommend it.

I read this today and thought it really funny and sadly real:


From 'October 27th'  'Two Middle East Outlooks'

Jake Sullivan, National Security Advisor and dimwit, had written a laudation of his own and his bosses foreign policy for the November print edition of Foreign Affairs. The piece was finalized before the war in Palestine had begun.

The Sources of American Power
A Foreign Policy for a Changed World

Indeed, although the Middle East remains beset with perennial challenges, the region is quieter than it has been for decades.The progress is fragile, to be sure. But it is also not an accident.

[The president's] approach returns discipline to U.S. policy. It emphasizes deterring aggression, de-escalating conflicts, and integrating the region through joint infrastructure projects and new partnerships, including between Israel and its Arab neighbors. And it is bearing fruit.

This disciplined approach frees up resources for other global priorities, reduces the risk of new Middle Eastern conflicts, and ensures that U.S. interests are protected on a far more sustainable basis. Challenges remain. The Israeli-Palestinian situation is tense, particularly in the West Bank, but in the face of serious frictions, we have de-escalated crises in Gaza and restored direct diplomacy between the parties after years of its absence.

There you go.  'Leaders of the free world'.  (choke, choke).  You can trust every word they say, can't you?  Really got their finger on the pulse, right?


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