posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 11:00 AM
I agree to some extent with those who believe that Obama is incompetent. He is still an advancement from Bush who was both stupid and incompetent. I
think it will slowly dawn on Obama that he is where he is for a specific reason. The question then, is what he will do about it.
Kennedy got uppity and they got rid of Kennedy. I think he was supposed to lose that election anyway. Obama couldn't lose, if nominated. The
nomination is the thing with him. I think he was nominated because he is disposible.
The question for me is how and when will they dispose of him, or, really, what is the set of events or opportunities that will signal the moment he
is disposed of.
What would getting rid of him enable them to do?
I explored this a little in my thread Obama's Moment
but just to recap here, briefly.
His assassination could open up opportunities domestically, in increased martial law or invasion of privacy measures and it could open up opportunites
in foreign policy if it were handled the right way and blamed upon the right external enemy.
We have to remember also, that we are dealing with the intellectul wing of American politics here, not so much the corporate wing as in the days of
"Dubya". Simply following the money might not lead to the ultimate objective in this case. An overall geostrategic plan is supposed to figure highly
in the Berzhinski advised Whitehouse.
Memo to Putin: Try to safeguard Obama from assassination by his own Secret Service. Be the watcher watching the watchers, if you know what I mean.
[edit on 12-10-2009 by ipsedixit]