The Obama Crisis is Upon Us Now

A new paradigm is in reach for mankind, if, Obama is finally removed from office before the election. [Official White House Photo by Pete Souza]



The biggest single obstacle to the world moving into a new global paradigm of cooperative development, scientific advances, and a new era of space exploration and discovery, is the multiple crises that have been provoked by British agent Barack Obama over the course of his seven-and-a-half years in office.

It is fortunate that world leaders will be gathering in a series of summit meetings, beginning in the next weeks, that will afford an opportunity to face these accelerating crises and, under the leadership of individuals like Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, and Narendra Modi, take bold action. Xi Jinping has already made clear that he will use his chairmanship of this year’s G-20 to revive the original objective of creating a new global financial and economic architecture (the G-20 evolved from President Bill Clinton’s G-22 initiative to come up with solutions to the 1997-1998 phase of the still-onrushing global financial collapse).

The Obama disasters are hitting around the globe, including in the United States, where Obamacare is on the verge of a blowout, with major health insurance companies insisting on rate hikes for 2017 of 40-62 percent, and many states unable to maintain the health insurance markets that Obama had claimed would reduce insurance rates and expand coverage.

Obama’s failed policies in the Middle East and North Africa continue to be a hair-trigger for a major war with Russia. Pentagon officials have issued direct threats to shoot down Russian and Syrian planes if they threaten U.S. Special Forces personnel who are operating with Syrian rebel groups inside Syrian territory–in flagrant violation of Syrian sovereignty. Yesterday, the folly of the Obama policy reached an all-time low, with U.S. forces providing support to a Turkish-led invasion of northern Syria, to combat both ISIS {and} Kurdish fighters–who are also backed by U.S. military personnel. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who is to meet with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Geneva on Friday and Saturday, made clear that there can be no joint U.S.-Russia war on the Islamic State, unless the U.S. makes clear that Washington is not supporting the Al Qaeda Nusra Front, which recently changed its name and claimed to have dropped its Al Qaeda ties.

In the Asia-Pacific region, the deployment of the U.S. THAAD missile defense system to South Korea has increased the risk of war in that volatile area. The U.S. and South Korea are now conducting joint maneuvers off the Korean coast, which has prompted North Korea to launch a test of a submarine-based missile, which landed in Japan’s ADIZ in the East China Sea.

Despite clear evidence of genocide on the part of the Saudis in their war on Yemen, the United States continues to provide key support to the Saudi war coalition, and continues to sell hundreds of billions of dollars in weapons to the Kingdom–even after the release of the 28 pages from the original Joint Inquiry report on 9/11, that showed deep Saudi regime support for the terrorists that attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

Everything that President Obama has touched since coming into office has proven to be a disaster, and the cumulative effect of his war policies and his monetary and economic policies have brought the world to the brink of disaster.

At the same time, the efforts by Russia, China, India, and other countries of the Eurasian region have created new opportunities for economic growth, through projects well underway, under the One Belt, One Road program of China, which is now also adopted by the Eurasian Economic Union and is being joined increasingly be ASEAN nations and others.

It’s long overdue for Obama to be dumped, and his British-dictated policies dumped along with him.

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Turkey Launches Armed Incursion into Northern Syria


Wednesday afternoon, after meeting with US Vice President Joe Biden, Turkish President Reccept Tayyip Erdogan announced that Syrian rebels, backed by Turkish artillery and tanks, took the Syrian border town of Jarabulus, on the Euphrates River, from ISIS. According to a Reuters report, the operation began at 4 AM local time, with US and Turkish air strikes against ISIS targets. The air strikes were apparently followed by the insertion of Turkish special forces into Syria and Turkish artillery strikes across the border. Turkish tanks reportedly crossed the border some hours later.

“The aim of the operation is to ensure border security and Syria’s territorial integrity while supporting the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State,” one military source told Reuters. The military operation was aimed at clearing the Turkish border of “terrorist elements,” halting a new wave of refugee flows, and delivering humanitarian aid to civilians in the region, the last significant town held by the jihadist group on the border with Turkey, state-run Anadolu Agency reported, according to Hurriyet. It also aimed at “prioritizing and supporting Syria’s territorial integrity,” it added.

The Turkish assault began hours before Biden arrived in Ankara to meet with Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. While the main agenda item for Biden’s visit is the Turkish demand for the extradition of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen for his alleged involvement in the failed July 15 coup attempt, the US relationship with the Syrian Kurdish PYD and its armed wing, the YPG, is also high on the list of Turkish concerns. Biden therefore promised that the YPG, which played a key role in the recent liberation from ISIS of Manbij, Syria, would not be allowed to stay west of the Euphrates River.

“They cannot and will not — under no circumstances — get American support if they do not keep that commitment,” Biden said during a joint press conference with Yildirim, yesterday, reports Hurriyet.

Both the Kurds and the Syrian Foreign Ministry have denounced the Turkish incursion as an act of aggression. A source in the Foreign Ministry told SANA that Syria condemns the incursion as a blatant violation of Syrian sovereignty and affirms that fighting terrorism isn’t done by ousting ISIS and replacing it with other terrorist organizations backed directly by Turkey. PYD leader Salih Muslim, in a twitter posting this morning, declared that  “Turkey is in Syrian Quagmire. will be defeated as Daish.”


Iran to Become Major Player in Silk Road Belt

A week-long forum in Tehran on the “Silk Road Economic Belt” indicated great enthusiasm for this project, which is quickly catching on in the Middle East.

The conference was opened by Ahmad Mohammadi, the  head of the Iran-China Friendship Association. Mohammadi said the interaction between the two countries has long existed, but has taken new dimensions with the initiative.

“The proposal has been well received in Iran, and the Islamic republic is preparing to accept the proposal,” Mohammadi said. In order to implement the project, he said, the first step is to establish a secretariat of the project in China, adding that this can be followed by sessions of the secretariat with the representatives from the participation states.

Mohammed Reza Dashiri, the head of the international department of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, said the Belt and Road is aimed at creating a friendly environment for a better neighborhood in terms of political, economical and security dimensions.

“The Islamic republic is determined to actively participate in the project, and believes that joining the plan would help the regional and international economic development,” Dahshiri said.

The China-proposed initiative could promote interaction between the Iranians and Chinese and can be a turning point with win-win venture in bilateral ties, Mohammad H. Emadi, advisor to Iran’s Agricultural Ministry, told Xinhua in an interview. The Belt and Road Initiative is “a new paradigm and a turning point in the relationship between Iran and China and among all central Asian states,” Emadi said.

“Since some financial sanctions by the West against Iran are still in place, it would be a good idea to develop mechanisms for transactions between Iran on the one hand and China and other countries involved in the initiative on the other,” said Mohsen Shariati Nia, a professor at Tehran Shahid Beheshti University. “In addition, the private sectors of both countries should engage in strategic cooperation and investment projects, so that short-term trade ties could grow into comprehensive economic interactions.” He said Iran’s role in the “Silk Road Initiative” should be more than a mere link between East and West. “Iran should play a key role as a partner of China, which will result in the strategic cooperation,” Shariati Nia said.

Concurrently with the conference, Tehran is also hosting a cultural festival called “2016 Experiencing China in Iran,” showcasing northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, and featuring a photo exhibition, music and dance performances, and other cultural activities.

Obamacare on the Verge of Collapse in Many Counties

When President Obama rejected the idea of a single-payer Federal medical insurance program, and, instead, turned over the drafting of the Obamacare legislation to the big health insurance companies, he couldn’t imagine that the system was doomed from the start and might not survive his second term in office. But that is exactly where things stand today. Major health insurance providers, including United Healthcare and Aetna, have pulled out of most of the markets, and, according to a recent study by Kaiser Family Foundation, in five states and in a total of 664 counties around the United States, people will only have one health insurance option. And the Kaiser study was conducted before Aetna made its announcement, pulling out of Obamacare.

Alabama, Alaska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Wyoming are the five states where there will be only one insurance provider available, and North Carolina and Kansas are almost down to just one company. Of the 664 single-insurer counties, 70 percent are in rural America, compounding an already collapsing health care infrastructure in these areas.

When President Obama was making his pitch for Obamacare before Congress, he told lawmakers: “My guiding principle is, and always has been, that consumers do better when there is choice and competition.”

While Tennessee is not even on the list of the states hit hardest by the pullout of big insurance companies from the Obamacare exchanges, the State Commissioner of Commerce and Insurance, Julie Mix McPeak, told the Tennessean recently that “I would characterize the exchange market in Tennessee as very near collapse… and that all of our efforts are really focused on making sure we have as many [insurance policy] writers in the areas as possible, knowing that might be one. I’m doing everything I can to prevent a situation where that turns to zero.” Business Insider noted that Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, the only statewide insurer, has asked for a whopping 62-percent increase in premiums they can charge in 2017, on top of a 36.3-percent hike already implemented this year. The other two large health insurers in Tennessee, Humana and Cigna, have both requested 40-percent premium hikes for 2017.

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