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    CFR predicts coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama

    NEWS BRIEF: "Council on Foreign Relations president predicts coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama", The Seattle Times, November 6, 2008

    President Obama will no doubt face global crises

    In 74 days, President-elect Barack Obama will assume responsibility for guiding the nation out of two wars and through a daunting array of real and potential global crises.

    By Warren P. Strobel and Jonathan S. Landay

    McClatchy Newspapers

    Expectations vs. reality

    WASHINGTON — In 74 days, President-elect Barack Obama will assume responsibility for guiding the nation out of two wars and through a daunting array of real and potential global crises.

    Obama is likely to benefit from initial goodwill across much of the planet, where there's profound relief that the Bush years are ending.

    Still, the new president — untested in foreign affairs — faces what may be the most unsettled global scene since the 1930s and '40s.

    • Iraq, where Obama has promised to withdraw U.S. troops by summer 2010, is less violent, but far from stable or self-reliant.

    • Al-Qaida and the Taliban have grown stronger and now control parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan's tribal areas.

    • Neither sanctions nor sweeteners have halted Iran's nuclear development.

    • North Korea's leader is ailing, raising questions about the stability of the nuclear-armed dictatorship.

    Just a day after the election, Iran's military officials Wednesday issued a notice warning U.S. forces that any violation of Iranian airspace will be met with force.

    "It has been observed that helicopters of the U.S. Army were flying a short distance from the Iran-Iraq border," said a statement issued by officials at Iran's military headquarters. "Iran's armed forces will forcefully respond to any attempts to violate the Islamic Republic of Iran's airspace."

    The notice likely stemmed from fears that U.S. commandos might stage an operation inside Iran like the recent American incursion from Iraq into Syria.

    Bush polarizing

    While Bush's polarizing persona alienated some countries who do business with Iran, a unifying figure like Obama may help convince fence-sitters such as India, China, Turkey, Malaysia and Russia to synchronize their Iranian policies with the U.S.

    The United States is still the world's dominant power, but it's less dominant than it was and increasingly is challenged by China, Russia and others.

    Another test may already have come Wednesday, his first day as president-elect.

    Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced in his first state of the nation speech that Russia will station short-range missiles near its border with Poland if Obama proceeds with Bush's plan to station missile-defense systems in Poland and the Czech Republic.

    It was a reminder that Russia, which seemed cooperative during most of the tenure of Obama's two predecessors, has turned anti-Western.

    The global economic crisis, more than any other factor, could limit Obama's flexibility in defense and foreign affairs, whether it's increasing the size of the U.S. military, as he's promised to do, or ramping up foreign aid in an attempt to expand American influence, former U.S. officials said.

    "The administration is not going to come out of the box" immediately with large new foreign-policy initiatives, said James Dobbins a former assistant secretary of state now at the RAND Corp., a defense and international-relations research company."Frankly, that's not necessarily a bad thing."

    Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, said that what makes the current situation unique isn't the multiplicity of challenges facing the United States, but the fact that the U.S. military is stretched in Iraq and Afghanistan and the economic crisis demands attention.

    "It's going to be the president's first priority. It will probably limit the availability of resources. It could lead to increased instability in certain countries around the world," Haass said.

    Bush is hosting 20 leaders of the world's largest economies for a summit here in 10 days. While Obama seems unlikely to attend, he could meet the leaders while they're in Washington.

    Troop pledge

    Obama has pledged to remove U.S. troops from Iraq in 16 months after taking office and to increase U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Whether he can meet that deadline remains to be seen, and the future of the U.S. troop presence is caught up in an agreement Bush is negotiating with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki that's been delayed repeatedly.

    Meanwhile, Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday called on Obama to end U.S. airstrikes that risk civilian casualties after coalition forces allegedly killed dozens of people at a wedding party in southern Afghanistan this week. Karzai said that about 40 civilians were killed and 28 wounded on Monday after coalition forces bombarded a village during a clash with Taliban fighters.

    Obama has also promised to open diplomatic talks with U.S. adversaries such as Iran. Both Dobbins and Haass said that by reversing course in his final months and sending out feelers to Syria and allowing a senior U.S. diplomat to attend talks with Iran, Bush has helped Obama. Bush is expected to announce his intent to establish a U.S. diplomatic post in Tehran in coming weeks.

    If history is a guide, Obama will face early tests from abroad as president, either from leaders seeking to gauge his mettle, or from surprise events.

    Bush was challenged early in his presidency when a U.S. spy plane collided with a Chinese military jet and crash-landed on Chinese territory. President Clinton's first year saw the 1993 bombing of New York's World Trade Center and the deaths of 18 U.S. soldiers in Mogadishu, Somalia.

    While foreign leaders may or may not choose to test Obama, "the one thing I'm sure of is, events will test him," Haass said. "There will be coups. ... There will be genocide. ... There will be terrorism."

    Additional information from The Washington Post and Los Angeles Times

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    So I wonder what and how the CFR will tell him to respond?
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    Behold A Pale Horse

    Behold A Pale Horse

    I Abruptly, the Illuminati signals that a severe crisis is planned to strike within the first days, weeks, or at the most, months, after President Obama takes office.

    Vice President-elect Biden was the first to sound the warning last week, but he was quickly joined by even more prestigious leaders.

    Richard Haas, current President of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) sounded a somber alarm in this article below.

    NEWS BRIEF: "Council on Foreign Relations president predicts coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama", The Seattle Times, November 6, 2008

    "WASHINGTON — In 74 days, President-elect Barack Obama will assume responsibility for guiding the nation out of two wars and through a daunting array of real and potential global crises. Obama is likely to benefit from initial goodwill across much of the planet, where there's profound relief that the Bush years are ending. Still, the new president — untested in foreign affairs — faces what may be the most unsettled global scene since the 1930s and '40s."

    New Presidents are said to be always on the guard against a strong foreign power deliberately staging a crisis within the first few months of his administration. During the Cold War years, Russia was the likely enemy, as President John Kennedy discovered as Russian Premier Khrushchev forced the Cuban Missile Crisis upon him.

    However, as we know, a deliberate script is written for President Obama, just as it has been written for the Bushes, Bill Clinton, and Ronald Reagan. The Illuminati is now very specific in terms of creating a script which the current White House occupant is expected to follow. Obama will be following a similar script.

    At this point, our featured article, above, lists the various points of conflict or threatened conflict around the world awaiting a President Obama. Time and space do not allow us to list them, so we encourage you to read the article thoroughly.

    Then, Haas becomes more specific in his warnings.

    Test #1 - "Just a day after the election, Iran's military officials Wednesday issued a notice warning U.S. forces that any violation of Iranian airspace will be met with force."

    "... Obama has also promised to open diplomatic talks with U.S. adversaries such as Iran."

    Test #2 - "Another test may already have come Wednesday, his first day as president-elect. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced in his first state of the nation speech that Russia will station short-range missiles near its border with Poland if Obama proceeds with Bush's plan to station missile-defense systems in Poland and the Czech Republic. It was a reminder that Russia, which seemed cooperative during most of the tenure of Obama's two predecessors, has turned anti-Western."

    Test #3 - "Richard Haas, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, said that what makes the current situation unique isn't the multiplicity of challenges facing the United States, but the fact that the U.S. military is stretched in Iraq and Afghanistan and the economic crisis demands attention."

    In other words, a President Obama will 'discover' that he must first deal with the realities of two wars on the ground overseas and an ailing economy, before he can undertake any broad new initiative, either overseas or at home.

    We have already noted that President Kennedy was severely tested by the Cuban Missile Crisis. Haas then lists other Presidents who were tested early.

    "Bush was challenged early in his presidency when a U.S. spy plane collided with a Chinese military jet and crash-landed on Chinese territory. President Clinton's first year saw the 1993 bombing of New York's World Trade Center and the deaths of 18 U.S. soldiers in Mogadishu, Somalia."

    Clinton also carried out the infamous operation at Waco on April 19, 1993 (Read full details in NEWS1952, entitled, "From Waco To 9/11 -- Understanding That Our Government Does Not Have The Best Interests of Its Citizens At Heart And May Even Deliberately Kill Them")

    Haas then lists the types of tests which Obama may be called upon to face. The list is interesting.

    "While foreign leaders may or may not choose to test Obama, 'the one thing I'm sure of is, events will test him," Haass said. "There will be coups. ... There will be genocide. ... There will be terrorism'."

    Only six days after Haas made these remarks, a number of Illuminati leaders across the globe uttered more warnings, to which we would be wise to pay attention. As my Daddy used to say, "where there is smoke, there is fire".

    NEWS BRIEF: "Similar Warnings from world leaders all within 72 hours", The Jerusalem Post, November 12, 2008

    "Over the last 72 hours there has been a strange melange of cryptic messages leaked from world political leaders about what could be in store for America over the next few months. These predictions of impending doom come from England, France, Australia and the United States."

    This article then lists the various warnings:

    1) "Biden told the top Democratic donors that a 'generated crisis' will develop within six months and Barak Obama will need the help of community leaders to control the population as unpopular decisions are made and Americans resist."

    Senator Biden has just verified what Cutting Edge has taught for years, i.e., that events are planned and are "generated", rather than happening accidently. When this crisis hits, it will be "generated" and Obama will react according to the script he has been given.

    2) "Australian PM Kevin Rudd - 'Nuke strike would make 9/11 insignificant'
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    After the mess GWB and gang have created over the past eight years, I worry what else they can do in the remaining days that Obama has to clean up.
    What worries me most is that G20 conference, where, according to CNBC earlier today, there may be discussions for the need for a global banking regulatory commission.
    The New World Order is alive and well, so trade in your dollars for globos at the earliest opportunity. Forget the amero--things are just moving too fast.
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    Richard Haass bio:
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    "Council on Foreign Relations president predicts coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama", The Seattle Times, November 6, 2008




    And the Wizard has spoken...........
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    Sounds like it might not be a good idea in any major dities for a while. Hey, we can all hide out in Detroit! There's nothing there to terrorize!

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    "Council on Foreign Relations president predicts coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama",
    Um, this should have read:
    Council on Foreign Relations president will arrange coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama
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    Quote:
    "Council on Foreign Relations president predicts coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama",


    Um, this should have read:
    Quote:
    Council on Foreign Relations president will arrange coups, genocide and terrorism to test Obama
    as always you are right on the money Rockfish
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    Is this all part of stop population growth. It's starting to sound like the movie, LOGAN'S RUN.

    World government rules and eliminates everyone over 30 in the movie and keeps control over world, environment, culture, religion ect..

    Disturbing to say the least.
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