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Both John Bolton and Ralph Peters agree that Christians and Jews, especially over the last decade, have come under attack much more than in the past and are being systematically eliminated from the Middle East. Ralph Peters points out that our government is participating in it by supporting these groups that are doing the killing while not sticking up for the Christians and Jews that are being slaughtered.

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Ralph Peters wrote an article called Middle East genocide in the NY Post that inspired this interview.

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  • YoJoe

    This discussion is long overdue 
    Again – FOX is ahead of the MSM who won’t even think about this issue
    The MSM is too busy collecting their bribe envelopes!

    • breakn70

      YoJoe
      “The MSM is too busy collecting their bribe envelopes!”
      Ha!

    • SteveSmith9

      YoJoe 
      LOL ahead of the MSM??  The MSM hates the Christians as much as the Muslims.

  • WordsFailMe

    I understand why the muslims are murdering Jews and Christians in their country. If I had been raised to hate Jews and non-muslim like they were sub-human and less than animals by my mother and grandmother and great grandmother, I’d probably hate them and want to burn them out and bomb their school room, buses and pizza parlors, churches too.
    What stumps me is that there is not a mirror-type reaction happening on non muslim countries. America is not suffering a racist hate gap here, is it? If you listen to Jesse, Al, Nancy, Sheila, Maxine and Hillary, you’d have to conclude that the USA is rife with racists. Why isn’t the entire continent ablaze? Are all our racists, chicken racists? Or are all of your best racists having their own problem with a local race? 
    We’ve always been first, but it looks like we are going to have to settle for a “Participated Ribbon” in the racist race.
    My guess is that if you are a muslim, you’re chances of survival to a ripe old age are higher in Europe and America than they are in any other country, especially the dung-strewn lands of the middle east.
    Thank you for choosing the U.S.A, Mohammedans!

  • freeperjim

    leftism/islam is truly a satanic mental disorder…

  • K-Bob

    Peters lost me after he started spouting a lot of “anti-war” nonsense after we had already gone into Iraq.  I realize he’s more of a “realist” than politicians can handle, but I could never stand a guy pushing an “own goal” against his side in a war.  But lately he’s been saying things that make sense.  He’s definitely a knowledgeable guy.
    Bolton is knowledgeable, too, but also knows not to screw up and give the enemy a single thing, ever.

    • SteveSmith9

      K-Bob 
      Peter was probably against the insanity of “nation building”.

      • K-Bob

        SteveSmith9 K-Bob Nothing wrong with “nation building” per se.  We’ve been very successful at it in the past.  The problem in Iraq and Afghanistan was trying to softly encourage tribal leaders to give up their power.  We should have dropped a government on them, and given them an ultimatum to run it in the cause of Freedom, or die.

        • crosshr

          K-Bob SteveSmith9  
          And that may be the only way of getting things put in order especially in that region.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 
          LOL NO!!! the problem has been Islam, and it’s teachings.  The Muslims are never going to except the Kuffar’s democracy.  Hell, even Ataturk tried to do it for 80 years and couldn’t do it. The problem in the White House for a longtime now has been a willful ignorance of the enemy.

        • lawngreen

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 IMO, nation-building is contrary to the very essence of America, which is freedom and personal responsibility. We should take care of our own nation and leave others to build, or tear down, their nations as they please. During the Vietnam War there was a saying that I only came to appreciate later:
          “We are not the world’s policeman.”
          When we are attacked, we should flatten out attackers, and not rebuild them afterwards, either.
          When Americans are under attack, “Cry ‘Havoc’ and loose the dogs of war!”
          But for us to take the attitude that we have the right or the responsibility to make the world over in our image is a big, big mistake. It’s also far beyond our present financial capability.
          And does the government have the right to commit literally generations of Americans to nation-building? I say emphatically not. We would be asking Americans by the tens or hundreds of thousands to give up their life in America, during their most productive years, when they should be building and maintaining their own nation, to go to a foreign and hostile nation and risk death or dismemberment for an ungrateful people to whom we owe nothing.

          Wew do not have enough money even to pay our national debt, let alone to spend hundreds of trillions of dollars elsewhere. The world is a very troubled place, and always will be, until the Prince of Peace (that’s not obama) rules.

          Furthermore, re-building basically friendly nations, like we did for Western Europe after WW2, is a radically different prospect than attempting to force a new kind of government on a nation that was hostile to us even before we defeated them, and has its own very different culture and religion and government dating back hundreds of years.
          America has for decades been the world’s largest source of money and resources for other nations. It’s time for them to take care of themselves, and for us to reclaim our nation from the muslim invader who sits in the White House, and rebuild our won nation, which is terrifyingly close to an open tyranny, or a catastrophic, systemic economic and social collapse.
          Our very first president warned us to avoid entangling alliances. We are beginning to suffer the results of ignoring that wise advice.

        • SteveSmith9

          lawngreen K-Bob SteveSmith9 
          I couldn’t agree more lawngreen.  America should have just gone into Afghanistan and killed every Taliban and al Qaeda they could find and then just get the Hell out handing the keys over to the Northern Alliance as they left.  And going into Iraq was the biggest strategic mistake in America’s history.  Iraq was less of an enemy then her supposed Muslim ally countries…..then and now

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob The Japanese were every bit as suicidally-loyal to the battle against the West as the Muslims are.  We laid our terms on them, made them sign a treaty, and they chose to live, rather than die.
          We have yet to try that with Muslim imperialists, since the days of the Barbary Pirates.  “Nation Building” is simply the act of letting the vanquished live in peace.  It doesn’t have to be the stumbling, corrupt BS that Bush allowed to take place in Iraq.  It needs to be delivered to the losing side in a war with the finality of a sentence from a judge.  Instead, Bush and Bremer tried to lure the Iraqis into it.  It was a shameful capitulation to the UN and American Critics here at home.
          I know Iraqi-Americans that took huge personal risk to go over and help the rebuilding effort, and then gave up in disgust at the completely corrupt setup we put in place, where every player was in it to gain advantage, power, and wealth, including many Americans.
          We should have put a military commander in charge, who made d*mn sure the Iraqis accepted our terms, and accepted no variance, just like we did in Germany and Japan.

        • K-Bob

          lawngreen K-Bob SteveSmith9 You are using the leftists notion of “Nation Building” there,  not mine.
          Mine is exactly like what we always did before. Kick A$$, make them sign a treaty, and make them live up to it.  THAT’S Nation Building, and it is totally in line with the American tradition.

          The rotten political exercise in Iraq is also NOT nation building, despite what anyone on the left or right wants to think. It was a disgusting capitulation to the UN at exactly the wrong time to capitulate to the UN, and it was a major failure of the Bush administration. It was Nation Exploitation, if anything, and was a stain on our reasons for going into Iraq in the first place.
          Bremer should have resigned immediately rather than take up the post he was given.  Since he didn’t, I think he should have been fired, and his retirement benefits canceled.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 
          I think Islamic supremacism inherent in Islam makes the kuffar instilling any kind of western democracy in an Islamic country a fool’s errand.  Even Ataturk couldn’t achieve it after 80 years of trying.  And if they don’t accept our terms?  Nuke them.  That worked with the Japanese radical.  With them it only took 2 nukes to do it.  How many do you think it would take?

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob lawngreen SteveSmith9 Muslims don’t sign treaties they sign Hudnas and that’s the problem with people who know little about their enemies they keep making foolish choices.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob lawngreen Sorry, but people we defeat in wars sign what we tell them to sign, and we call it what we want to call it.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob Ataturk never tried to eradicate the muslims, he just trid to “westernize” them.  The old saw about teaching a pig to sing comes to mind.
          The trouble with nukes is that we’d have to glassify too many millions of square miles. I think it would take the usual, more kinetic forms of control.  And we have people for that.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 lawngreen 
          LOL you can call it whatever you like that means nothing in reality.  Something that I am starting to believe escapes you.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 
          I never said he tried to “eradicate” the Muslims.  Ataturk was a Muslim.  When you say “westernize” I guess you mean democracy, right? Because after 80 or so years and many instances when the military had to step in and stop the islamists from taking control it seems erdogan has finally achieved by understanding the stealth Jihad.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob lawngreen Now you’re just trying to invent a disagreement. It’s called a ‘treaty’ when we win, regardless of whatever you wish to believe.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob I never claimed you did.  So why that statement?  I brought it up, myself, for my own reasons, obviously.

          And yes, Erdogan has managed to dislodge much of the so-called “secularism” that Ataturk worked on for so many years.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9
          Yeah, so much so that the secular Muslims are just figuring out how the stealth Jihad works much to their dismay.  I fear it maybe too late for them now.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 @lawngreen
          Yeah, you call it a treaty, and understand it
          as a treaty, but the Muslim don’t, they understand Muhammad’s example and see
          it as a hudna.  If one doesn’t know their enemy they do stupid things like
          refer to it a the “religion of peace™”and invade countries that are no more
          dangerous to the west then their so-called other allies in the middle east and
          more likely, less dangerous. Again the
          kuffar trying to give Muslims the joy of democracy is a fool’s errand.As history is and will show us.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob Depends on how it’s delivered.
          You plop it down in front of your dog and say ‘eat’.  If he turns up his nose, you take it away and give him another 24 hours of hunger to contend with.  Simple stuff, really.  That’s how it always used to work, but now the world is afraid of the media and lawyers.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob We had a Turk commenting here the other day telling us they aren’t going to take this, so let’s hope the Turks are unhappy with the end of secularization.  Egyptians thought the same way back in the 1970’s, with a more secular population, and western appearance to things.  Didn’t work out so well for them.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 
          Today’s Arab spring is really Islamic supremacism spring.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 
          Simple stuff when dealing with a normal culture but not when dealing with the “you love Pepsi and we love death” culture.  This is a culture where 8 year old children have to go to court to divorce their 50 year old husbands.  When one lifts up the rock of Islam he sees what scurries beneath and it is truly mind altering.  Without full understanding of how warped one’s enemy is, there is no hope of gaining any advantage.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob It is simple, if someone has the guts to do what used to be taken as normal spoils of the victor.  It’s why the jihadists were a joke for most of the last few hundred years. They got hit hard.
          We have to do it again.

        • SteveSmith9

          K-Bob SteveSmith9 
          It is quite unlike Japan because the ummah isn’t confined to a tiny island but spread about worldwide with a billion believers.  Jihadists were not much threat to the west because they were confined to their primitive savage sh*tholes and could do little harm to the west.  But with the massive emigration of freedoms natural enemies and the west’s ignorance (willful ignorance of the left’s part) about Islam’s core values the west has never been in more peril.  Stealth Jihad my very well be the West’s undoing.  France is finished and in 20 to 30 years that will be common knowledge.   Unless they have a civil war sooner.

        • K-Bob

          SteveSmith9 K-Bob I think we’re in agreement here.

      • stage9

        SteveSmith9 K-Bob islam has been “nation building”. Better us than them.

  • kong1967

    Well, DUH!!!  We’ve all known this for a long time but the media ignores it.
    Who believes the Obama administration gives a rat’s behind about Christians being slaughtered?  The traitorous bastard supported Al Qeda in Libya and Syria, and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
    We have a muslim traitor in the WH.

  • stage9

    Will our new “immigration reform policy” provide sanctuary to these Christians who are being driven from Christian lands? or will their policy only apply to illegal criminals crossing the US southern border?

  • Borneoman

    very  surprisingly,.the US govnt put a blind eye on the persecution of christians around the world esp in the middle east,while when it comes to the plight of muslim,its president do speak out,..no offence but its real…my christian bros n sis,..why do you think its happening to our faithful?…in my opinion it could be bcos that we are not taking our faith sincerely..or simply like what is written in the scripture,thouse who follow me ,be prepared to be persecuted by the non believers ,..it could also be possible that the CIC of the greatest nation on earth is the anti christ….America wake up from your slumber and seek the lord……..

    • lawngreen

      Borneoman  America has a muslim president. Not surprising at all. He is doing everything he can to destroy our country economically, and I believe he has prepared another level of destruction which he will unleash very soon.

      It was King Jesus Himself who said, “When you see all these things begin to happen, lift up your heads, because your redemption is near.” The Lord may return at any minute, but it does not seem likely that we will be able to turn our nation around before then, much less the world. But the hope of Christians is not in this life, as it appears you know, brother.
      “Therefore do not cast away your confidence, which has great reward. You need endurance, so that after you have done the will of God, you may receive the promise: ‘For only a little while, He Who is coming will come and delay no longer.’ ” (Hebrews 10:35-37)

  • ChrisDias

    Yes, Muslims should be treated fairly. It is an evil something-or-other, and being the evil that it is, what we do with pure evil is what……..?