Because any attack against any person can be construed as terrorist, no matter the perceived tactic or motive, Nobel Peace Price recipient and President Barack Obama has come out with a statement condemning the attack in Burgas, Bulgaria. If you read between the lines the President’s statement reads in part…
I strongly condemn today’s barbaric terrorist attack on Israelis in Bulgaria. … These attacks against innocent civilians, including children, are completely outrageous. If the attackers had used a General Atomics MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle fully loaded with Hellfire missiles it would not have been so barbaric. If the innocent civilians, including children, had been in Pakistan or Yemen it wouldn’t have been so outrageous.
The Nobel Peace Prize committee must be a bunch or drones, or drone makers such as the makers of the Reaper or Predator drones, to give President Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009. Leading up to the 2008 election, President Obama promised to pull our troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan. He also said that we would close down Guantanamo.
I will promise you this, that if we have not gotten our troops out by the time I am president, it is the first thing I will do. I will get our troops home. We will bring an end to this war. You can take that to the bank. – Barack Obama Campaign Promise
Since becoming president, Obama has expanded the war deep inside Pakistan, into Yemen, Libya with black ops teams, loafers on the ground operatives, death dealing drones, tomahawk missiles, and a chorus of condemnation. In addition, the Obama administration is pushing for steps that would ultimately bring us closer to attacking Syria and/or Iran. Now Obama has committed to sending US military advisers, code for black ops, into Uganda. To be honest, this is more about hitting sales quotas for new military hardware than humanitarian concerns for the people of Uganda. Don’t forget that President Obama went on a Military-Industrial Complex sales roadshow in India.