Former Obama Supporter Narrates Documentary Attacking Obama’s Handling of Israel
RightChange has produced a hard hitting documentary called "Absolutely Uncertain". It has almost 1 million views as of this post.
Featuring interviews with leading international journalists and politicians, the movie intersperses Irina’s growing awareness of American politics and realities across the Middle East with contemporary news clips and quotes from the president himself.
From there, a wave of clips from CNN’s Candy Crowley to Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson weigh in on the so-called “Arab Spring,” and the new Islamist government in Egypt.
Irina also discusses President Obama’s seemingly tenuous relationship with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, the ever-changing Democrat position on Jerusalem, Obama’s position that Israel should return to its “indefensible” 1967 borders, and most importantly, Iran.
When it was time for me to vote for the first time in 2008, I didn’t doubt for a moment that the strong relationship would continue, no matter who won.
I don’t know how many people realize this, but today, Israelis are lining up for gas masks and cleaning out their bomb shelters.
It didn’t seem like the president did a good job handling the revolutions of the Arab Spring.
Instead of becoming more open and democratic, it feels like the Middle East is becoming even more extreme than before– a real danger to Israel.
When I stop to think about the situation and the possible outcomes, it really scares me. Rather than doing what we can to make Israel safer, we have allowed Iran’s nuclear program to inch toward the point of no return.
I’m just not sure the president really does have Israel’s back, and I know I’m not alone.
The great fear…is that a second Obama term could be more dangerous for Israel than the first Obama term.
Israel may soon find itself fighting for its very survival once again. And while I am proud that Israel is strong enough to defend itself, I’m extremely disappointed that President Obama has managed to put Israel in an even more difficult situation than it needs to be.
Today, the world is changing before our eyes– but it is not the change I hoped president Obama would bring.