On Obama’s “Manhood”

Dr. Kam Zarrabi April 22, 2014 1

No, Obama has not lost his manhood in avoiding confrontation with Russia and Vladimir Putin. It doesn’t take “balls” to lock horns with an angered Buffalo; what it takes is plain, testosterone driven, callus stupidity.

 

by Dr Kam Zarrabi

The following is my response to the piece in Huffington Post “David Brooks Actually Talked About Obama’s ‘Manhood Problems In The Middle East’” by Katherine Fung, April 20, 2014:
This New York Times columnist had participated in a roundtable discussion on Sunday’s Meet the Press program on NBC, hosted by Chuck Todd.

During the discussion about Russia’s Vladimir Putin and the situation in Ukraine, our brave and outspoken pundit, David Brooks, made the statement: "And let's face it, Obama, whether deservedly or not, does have a — I'll say it crudely — but a manhood problem in the Middle East. Is he tough enough to stand up to somebody like Assad or somebody like Putin?……”

With regard to Syria, you are not dealing with Assad, buddy boy; to do anything to Assad you’d have to go through Mr. Putin and how Russian interests in Syrian affairs might be impacted.

So, the main issue is Russia’s strategic interests and how Mr. Putin interprets those interests and how Russia might react to anything the United States might do to tip the balance in that part of the world.

No, Obama has not lost his manhood in avoiding confrontation with Russia and Vladimir Putin. It doesn’t take “balls” to lock horns with an angered Buffalo; what it takes is plain, testosterone driven, callus stupidity.

Russia is not another Panama, Grenada, Libya or Yemen. Just keep in mind, Mr. Brooks, Russia has a lot less to lose than does the United States if push comes to shove; or have you forgotten what the acronym “MAD” stands for: Mutual Assured Destruction!

I am actually personally surprised that Russia’s verbal responses to the American State Department’s “stern warnings” against Moscow have not been equally or even more “stern”! Perhaps not in Mr. Brook’s delusional views, but to the rest of the world, Russia’s rather non-reactionary  and unemotional statements coming from Mr. Putin and his Foreign Minister, Lavrov, reflect self-confidence and strength.
 
But I do agree with David Brooks when he says that Obama has a manhood problem when it comes to the Middle East; but not for the same reasons. When the President of the United States or his Vice President and the Secretary of State are constantly humiliated and cowed by tiny Israel and its thuggish and belligerent leadership, they need to grow real balls and show their true manhood to make it clear as to who is the boss and who must follow whose mandates.

What’s been keeping them from demonstrating their “manhood”, Mr. Brooks? Just think about the role that you, a self-proclaimed Zionist, and so many others like you have been playing for decades to promote your ethnocentric preferences at the expense of your own nation’s best interests worldwide.


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One Comment »

  1. Don Nash April 23, 2014 at 1:01 am - Reply

    Davey 'gravy' Brooks. Mr. Sashay Like A Peacock feels his mess does not stink. Brooks clamors for war and manhood while NEVER risking his effeminate arse for any cause that might take him away from his precious Manhatten or his occasional forays inside the Beltway. 

    Brooks is of course numero uno when it comes to all things Israeli and Brooks holds his position as Chief Acolyte for the Israel Firsters in high regard.

    Brooks is a fawning intellectually credentialed buffoon. He champions the glitterati pundity and one could suppose that must hold meaning somewhere.

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