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    Obama's UN Nominee Thwarted Efforts to Capture Bin Laden

     
    President-Elect Barack Obama has picked Dr. Susan Rice to be the new United Nations Ambassador. Rice served as Bill Clinton's Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and later worked as foreign policy advisor to John Kerry and John Edwards during their 2004 presidential campaign. Terrorism experts blame Rice for having played a key role in blocking efforts to neutralize Osama bin Laden in the 1990s. According to Mansoor Ijaz, a former trouble shooter for Clinton, the FBI had their efforts to capture bin Laden "overruled every single time by the State Department, by Susan Rice and her cronies, who were hell-bent on destroying the Sudan." In a Washington Post Op-Ed published in 2002, Mansoor Ijaz and Tim Carney, U.S. Ambassador to Sudan blamed Susan Rice for being a major obstacle to accepting offers of help from Sudan and to share their intelligence on bin Laden's terror network. Rice was also influential in the Clinton Administration's remaining uninvolved in the Rwandan genocide that took place in that nation in 1994. The Atlantic (September 2001) published an article by Samantha Power titled: "Bystanders to Genocide," and outlined Rice's role in the do-nothing policy of the Clinton Administration. At one point during debate on what the Administration should do, Rice said: "If we use the word ‘genocide' and are seen as doing nothing, what will be the effect on the November congressional election?" Those present were stunned by her comment. Lt. Colonel Tony Marley remembers the statement: "We could believe that people would wonder that, but not that they would actually voice it." Rice claimed that if she did make this statement it was inappropriate. (Samantha Power is currently on Obama's transition team to review State Department policies and employees. She was booted from the campaign earlier for having called Hillary Clinton a "monster.") "Susan Rice's appointment as U.N. Ambassador sends a clear signal to United Nations lovers that the Obama Administration will be kowtowing to the wishes of this corrupt international organization," said TVC Executive Director Andrea Lafferty. "Rice is viewed by one-world advocates as a positive sign that Obama will submit to U.N. edicts." http://www.traditionalvalues.org/modules.php?sid=3483

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