As I look back I think I was right. It was better when they were blowing each other up, and there was no risk that, if one one, there would be a Muslim Caliphate that might try to take over the world and force everyone to become Muslim.
The democracy created by the Bush administration was nice, so long as we continued a presence in Iraq. But then along came Obama, who figured the rest of the world saw us as occupiers, or bullies, in Iraq. So he tole them when we were going to pull out and he did.
Of course a while back we had a regime change in Egypt and everyone in the media saw this as a good thing. Only problem was that a democracy doesn't mean the people will vote in people who support America. In fact, just the opposite: they voted for the Muslim Brotherhood, a Muslim terrorist group, to lead them.
The purpose of the regime change, we now may presume, had nothing to do with creating a democracy, as the media proclaimed. It had to do with creating a Muslim Caliphate. It was a prediction made by Glenn Beck, and he warned about it way back in February of 2011.
So now Obama says that there is no military solution in Iraq, but proclaims to be sending 300 military advisers who are, he said, not going to take sides. He said:
We're prepared to send a small number of additional American military advisors, up to 300, to assess how we can best train, advise, and support Iraqi security forces going forward. The United States will not pursue military options that support one sect inside of Iraq at the expense of another. There's no military solution inside of Iraq, certainly not one that is led by the United States.Since the Sunni are on the march and headed for a takeover of Baghdad, and since Iraq has a weak military, chances are pretty good if the U.S., the most powerful military in the world, doesn't take sides, that pretty much means Obama is supporting regime change in Iraq, and that he supports the formation of a Muslim Caliphate.
This should not come as a surprise, and Obama's history prior to becoming president, a history the media refused to discuss, tagged him as a radical Muslim supporter. Many conservative and libertarian voices chanted that there is evidence Obama doesn't even like the United States.
It's a shame that we should be at this position when you have people saying: "How did we get here." This is especially true when we know that we were warned well in advance this was going to happen. People didn't like to hear the truth: that certain Muslims were going to try to create a Muslim Caliphate, or Muslim State, ruled by Sharia law.
Chris Matthews, to take one example, called the idea "Loony Toons."
They didn't want to hear it because they didn't think it could happen. They didn't want to, as Beck recently said to Megyn Kelly on Fox, see the darkness that could happen. They saw terrorists groups like the Muslim Brotherhood as friends, as so they didn't want to believe they would try to do this.
So people didn't see the writing on the wall. They didn't listen to Muslims who said point blank: "We want to destroy Christians and Americans and Europeans and Israelites. We will not settle until everyone is converted to Muslim or is dead."
They turned a blind eye to it just like the world did when Chamberlain warned us what Hitler was up to, and they turned a blind eye when there were warnings what might happen on 9-11.
Many people in the media, many of the same folks who thought Beck's idea was "Loony Toons" are now surprised that this is happening, or at least the seeds of a Muslim State are being planted in the Middle East. They are taken aback by it, when they should't be.
Recently Beck spoke with Megyn Kelly on Fox and said he is not happy his prediction came true. He said, "If we don't take steps right now, I see something far worse than a caliphate coming our way."
He continued: "If it is a caliphate, it's going to be a civil war in the midle east, and we should be no where near it. Unfortunately, what's going to draw us in is oil."
For this reason, he said, we should make ourselves energy independent, and soon. We should build up our own oil reserves. He said we need to stop worrying about EPA concerns about coal because if we let that stand in our way we are going to be drawn into this civil war, and there will be massive American bloodshed if that does happen.
Kelly said that on June 10, 2014, the New York Times printed: "The group that's building a caliphate." So even the New York Times is now agreeing with Glenn Beck's Caliphate theory, which, by the way, is no longer appears to be a theory but a fact.