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Soros Posts ‘Obama Doctrine’ on Website

by Tom McGregor


When it comes to Middle East policy, President Barack Obama claims, “I’ve got no doctrine.” Nevertheless, many of the talking points and key issues that he raises in regards to Arab issues are remarkably similar to the statements made by the website of the Center for American Progress, which is a think tank largely funded by billionaire currency and oil speculator and hedge fund trader, George Soros, a financier of global leftist political organizations.

According to Politico, “in an interview with NBC’s Brian Williams, President Obama brushed aside the suggestion that his approach to Libya could be replicated in other countries, like Syria.”

Obama said, “I think it’s important not to take this particular situation and then try to project some sort of Obama Doctrine that we’re going to apply in a cookie-cutter fashion across the board. Each country in this region is different. Our principles remain the same.”

As reported by Politico, “Obama called Libya a ‘unique situation’ and said that he isn’t ‘going to go around trying to use military force to impose or apply certain forms of government.’ He added, ‘We may not be applying the same tools in each country, in every case.”

Additionally, Obama provided this answer when asked if he’s pondering arming Libyan rebels: “I’m not ruling it out. But I’m also not ruling it in.”

Posted on the website of the Center for American Progress is an article entitled, “The United States Needs to Develop a Broad Middle East Policy.”

To read the entire article from Politico, link here: To learn more details about the Obama Doctrine, link here:

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