05 June 2009

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USA: Is this End of American Dominance

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USA: Is this End of American Dominance

Once it was said and believed that what American president says is the last word.
Every nation leader directly or indirectly obeyed to American president .That legacy was
Carried forward by Clinton, then Bush .But after today’s speech Of Mr. Osama , it does not carry forward this legacy of American President when he spoke in Cairo.

I felt that a weak president is talking to Muslim world.
Few lines from President Obamas speech
““I know there has been controversy about the promotion of democracy in recent years, and much of this controversy is connected to the war in Iraq. So let me be clear: no system of government can or should be imposed upon one nation by any other."

If America wont help establish democracy then who will do that.
Is it open invitation to Taliban and al quida that “Please you stop hurting American people and we won’t stop you from hurting other nations or communities?
Let’s make a peace contract “

After this apology don’t you think al quida and Taliban will feel that they have defeated America and won’t it encourage other people to join these terror organizations?

President Obama supported Israel but the fact is that Israel and America need each other
Like a fish and water.

We just hope that President Obamas this speech won’t encourage other people to join these terror organizations.


Anonymous,  June 05, 2009  

Well even if its not the end of dominance it atleast is the beginning of subjugation, an era or "bending backwards" begins

Anonymous,  June 05, 2009  

I think he is just being tactful, I heard him talk about justice, liberty etc (don't remember the exact words)- without antagonizing or alienating the Islamic nations. I am sure Osama is burning with jealously right now, because Obama is talking of Islam and winning over Muslims without preaching hatred. (It's a little like if Priyanka Gandhi was telling us how wrong Mangalore attacks on women were without saying anything against Hinduism)... I just heard some bits on TV and liked what I heard.

BK Chowla, June 05, 2009  

No I don't think so.I think Obama is a clever man and is wanting his popularity rating to be high.Getting to make-up with the Muslim world seems to be on his agenda.But not like us...not appeasment

Anonymous,  June 05, 2009  

the fact that obama has told that the "USA and Israel share an bond which is unbreakable" ... means that islamic countries still view USA with suspicion.

but, its really heartening to note that obama has "created" an atmosphere of trust and confidence, which is essential for the world peace.

Shilpa June 05, 2009  

I have to disagree with a lot of what you said.
"After this apology don’t you think al quida and Taliban will feel that they have defeated America and won’t it encourage other people to join these terror organizations?" No!
I think he is being smart in telling the Islamic world that he understands them and understands their POV.
Also, it is indeed true that US domination has decreased. But it is for the good. And Obama accepts that. I think he is way more balanced and pragmatic than any other US president!

Rambler June 05, 2009  

Obama is a really good speaker..but will he match action with words, only time will tell...

Prasant Naidu. June 06, 2009  

Mr. Obama knows well that he can't avoid the Muslim world and blow his own trumpet like his predecessors did. In fact i would rather say that he has done what his predecessors haven't done. For example what came out of Iraq nothing but more destruction and more bloodshed. On the other hand they are still chasing for Mr. Laden . In this chase thousands of people have died and reason mistaken identity
So i will call him Smart and taking calculated steps.
Keep Rocking,

sm,  June 07, 2009  

ty for comments started to think on that it resulted into a new post .