Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Sarko ain’t gonna work on Maggie’s farm no more

By Bernie Quigley

For The Hill on 3/23/11

For those who still see Bill – I mean Obama – as the center of the “global village” called HIllaryland, it will come as a shock that France wants to secede. All Bill – I mean Obama – has now in the “global initiative” are Haiti, Ireland and one or two others in its NATO military arm. But he’ll always have Nantucket.

Say goodbye to the comforting cant and familiar phrases like: “coalition of the willing,” “leader of the free world,” “the court of popular opinion,” and the “forces of good” (the phrase of Hillaryland Master Chief Anthony Weiner who compares taking action in Libya to preventing the Holocaust) and of course the “Clinton Global Initiative” and all the happy face lies and make believe we use to make global policy with their insidious totalitarian underside. Sarko wants to cut loose. He ain’t gonna work on Maggie’s farm no more. Say hello to the French Foreign Legion.

France has proposed a new committee outside NATO be responsible for overseeing military operations over Libya. The Guardian reports that at a meeting of the North Atlantic Council, the French representative reportedly stormed out after being accused of hindering NATO's involvement in the campaign. France had flatly refused to agree to the proposal, which was later agreed by a majority of member countries.

And he does the right thing for France. France is now free to be French. They will be secondary and pseudo-Americans no longer; citizens of Hollywood and Hillaryland, to a lesser degree than we regular Americans, but better than being commies. Good bye Bono and Lady Gaga. Hello Charles DeGaulle and Andre Malraux. And Eleanor, Cosette and Madeline and the 12 little girls in two straight lines. Maybe it was all about France, always.

This would mess up all the Democrats and their world priests and most of the Republicans, but I think might be alright with Rand Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano and former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson.

“If NATO exists in ten years it will have been a failure,” said Dwight Eisenhower in 1949.

World War II is over. Americans are the last to know. It brings an absolute change in the global paradigm, the end of the ruse of globalization, which is to say the Americanization of the entire world by speed, light, air, movies, music, lies and guns.

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