You are here:  Home  >  International  >  Current Article

Senior General: US in Greatest Danger Since 1930s

By   /   November 22, 2013  /   No Comments

    Print       Email

Senior General: US in Greatest Danger

Since 1930s

Senior analyst Gen. McInerney warns that US is in comparable danger to pre-WWII period, specifically from Russian and Iranian hegemonies.
By Ari Yashar& Orli Harari, Israelnationalnews.com, Nov. 22, 2013

Senior military analyst Lt. Gen. Thomas G. McInerney spoke to Arutz Sheva on Tuesday, warning that rising Russian and Iranian influence, coupled with America’s waning Middle East presence, has put the US in the most dangerous situation it has been in since the 1930s just prior to World War II.

McInerney addressed the global security situation following the “EMPact” conference in Washington DC, in which analysts warned that the US is unprepared for an Iranian “Electromagnetic Pulse” attack.

The General urged the world to wake up to the Iranian nuclear threatwhich he fears may be allowed a free hand following deals in the ongoing Geneva conference.

Aside from the Iranian danger, McInerney noted that spreading Russian influence poses a serious threat.

In particular McInerney highlighted the danger of US President Barack Obama’s handling of longtime US ally Egypt, which has recently turned to Russia. Just on Wednesday reports revealed that Egypt signed a $4 billion arms deal with Russia designed to let Egypt attain parity with the IDF.

McInerney’s warning call, followed by the transcribed statement, appears below:

When you support America you support Israel. That’s fundamental to our society.

We are facing the most dangerous threat that the United States has seen since the 1938-39 timeframe, and we do not realize it, the public does not realize it.

We have an administration that has an entirely different view about the world.

We’re giving a key ally away to the Russians–Egypt. And Egypt is crucial to our success in the Middle East because of its relationship to the (Israeli) peace treaty, number two–the Suez canal, our access, number three–overflight.

And four, for the first time an Arab nation is openly attacking the Muslim Brotherhood, the radical Islamists. And we should be supporting General (Abdel) Al-Sisi, we are not. He’s extremely important.

You’ve seen what’s happened in Syria. We have now legitimized (President Bashar) Assad, we’ve legitimized the Soviet hegemony in the region, as well as the Iranian hegemony.

So we have a very dangerous situation in the world, and fundamentally in two days I believe this administration will acquiesce and pull off the sanctions against the Iranians.

We should double the sanctions, that’s the only thing that’s working. So that’s why I believe it is the most dangerous position the United States has seen since the 30s.

Finally, we are unilaterally disarming the US military, it is very dangerous what’s going on. And all of this is coming together at a very critical time in our history.

    Print       Email
  • Published: 10 years ago on November 22, 2013
  • By:
  • Last Modified: November 22, 2013 @ 2:17 pm
  • Filed Under: International

No Comments

  1. editor02 says:

    This is a frightening condemnation, from such an authority, of the US administration’s failure in foreign relations. The Obama administration is turning its back on and alienating Egypt just as it has done many other traditional allies like Britain, France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and Iraq– all at the risk of seriously undermining America’s authority, stature and security.

Leave a Reply

You might also like...

Don’t Confuse Me With Facts. It’s Always About the “Occupation” by Asaf Romirowsky (BESA via Pundicity)

Read More →