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    Mitt Romney Would Restore 'Anglo-Saxon' Relations Between Britain and America

    As the Republican presidential challenger accused Barack Obama of appeasing America's enemies in his first foreign policy speech of the US general election campaign, advisers told The Daily Telegraph that he would abandon Mr Obama’s “Left-wing” coolness towards London.
    In remarks that may prompt accusations of racial insensitivity, one suggested that Mr Romney was better placed to understand the depth of ties between the two countries than Mr Obama, whose father was from Africa.

    “We are part of an Anglo-Saxon heritage, and he feels that the special relationship is special,” the adviser said of Mr Romney, adding: “The White House didn’t fully appreciate the shared history we have”.
    Mr Romney on Wednesday embarks on an overseas tour of Britain, Israel and Poland designed to quash claims by Mr Obama’s team that he is a “novice” in foreign affairs. It comes four years after Mr Obama’s own landmark foreign tour, which attracted thousands of supporters.
    He lands in London early on Wednesday morning, in advance of meetings with David Cameron and other senior ministers on Thursday. He will also meet Ed Miliband and Tony Blair before attending two lucrative fundraisers and the opening ceremony of the Olympics.

    He used a speech in Nevada on Tuesday to accuse the President of drastically weakening America’s stance towards rivals such as Russia, China and Iran while imposing “devastating” spending cuts on the US military.
    "If you do not want America to be the strongest nation on earth, I am not your President," he told the Veterans of Foreign Wars. "You have that President today". Promising another "American century" in which the US acts as the global night watchman and does not hesitate to "wield our strength" when needed, he said: "I will not surrender America’s leadership in the world".
    Members of the former Massachusetts governor's foreign policy advisory team claimed that as president, he would reverse Mr Obama’s priority of repairing strained overseas relationships while not spending so much time maintaining traditional alliances such as Britain and Israel.
    “In contrast to President Obama, whose first instinct is to reach out to America’s adversaries, the Governor’s first impulse is to consult and co-ordinate and to move closer to our friends and allies overseas so they can rely on American constancy and strength,” one told the Telegraph.
    “Obama is a Left-winger," said another. "He doesn’t value the Nato alliance as much, he’s very comfortable with American decline and the traditional alliances don’t mean as much to him. He wouldn’t like singing ‘Land of Hope and Glory'.”

    The two advisers said Mr Romney would seek to reinstate the Churchill bust displayed in the Oval Office by George W. Bush but returned to British diplomats by Mr Obama when he took office in 2009. One said Mr Romney viewed the move as “symbolically important” while the other said it was “just for starters”, adding: “He is naturally more Atlanticist”.
    Mr Obama has appeared less interested in relations with London than Mr Bush. He repeatedly rebuffed Gordon Brown when the then-prime minister sought a meeting at the UN in 2009 and was criticised for responding to an elaborate gift with a set of DVDs that did not work in Britain.

    A change in tone was reflected by the enthusiastic welcome extended to Mr Cameron during an official visit and dinner in March. However, British diplomats remain frustrated by their “transactional” relationship with the Obama White House and lack of support on issues such as the Falkland Islands.
    Mr Romney has not made any commitments on the Falklands, but several in his foreign policy team favour backing Britain and publicly rejecting claims of sovereignty by Christina Kirchner, the Argentine president. Under Mr Obama the US remains neutral.
    The advisers could not give detailed examples of how policy towards Britain would differ under Mr Romney. One conceded that on the European crisis: “I’m not sure what our policy response is.”
    However they said Mr Cameron and Mr Romney, who is being advised by several former Bush aides and other neo-conservative thinkers, shared a seriousness towards the threats of Islamist terrorism, a potentially nuclear-armed Iran and the challenging consequences of the Arab Spring.
    Mr Romney has pledged to stop Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon, threatening military action more stridently than Mr Obama. He said on Tuesday that only a “complete cessation” of uranium enrichment by Iran was satisfactory – a stronger demand than the White House’s.
    "The same ayatollahs who each year mark a holiday by leading chants of 'Death to America' are not going to be talked out of their pursuit of nuclear weapons," he said in his speech.

    After leaving London, he will deliver a speech in Jerusalem on Sunday, again threatening Iran and criticising Mr Obama for declining to visit Israel since taking office. He will give another speech in Warsaw on Tuesday.
    He also attacked Mr Obama on Tuesday over the "contemptible" alleged leak of secrets about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, the drone campaign against al-Qaeda and cyber-attacks on Iran.
    The advisers spoke on the condition of anonymity because Mr Romney’s campaign requested that they not criticise the President to foreign media. After another adviser criticised Mr Obama in a German magazine last month, the President sharply instructed them that “America's political differences end at the water's edge”.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...d-America.html

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    Hollow words from another NWO drone.
    ~ **** Democracy! It's 2 wolves and 1 sheep deciding what's for dinner.

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    We haven't even severed the ties, sadly. The "special relationship" only started forming in 1939. And it is not like the US did not pursue their own interests over the British, even when it would be against British interests.

    Promising another "American century" in which the US acts as the global night watchman and does not hesitate to "wield our strength" when needed, he said: "I will not surrender America’s leadership in the world".
    This just says it all. Yet our politicians will not fight politically against being the lapdog of the US, they will gladly comply.

    However they said Mr Cameron and Mr Romney, who is being advised by several former Bush aides and other neo-conservative thinkers, shared a seriousness towards the threats of Islamist terrorism, a potentially nuclear-armed Iran and the challenging consequences of the Arab Spring.
    All this means is more conventional warfare if these sorts consolidate their power at home. I hope Obama holds his position. He is much more preferable than this man.

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    Hollow words from another NWO drone.
    Sadly I think not.

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    Translation "I am going to coerce Britain into becoming even more dominated by America so we can both suck up to Israel even more"
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    “We are part of an Anglo-Saxon heritage, and he feels that the special relationship is special,” the adviser said of Mr Romney, adding: “The White House didn’t fully appreciate the shared history we have”.
    If Romney actually feels that way it would be a positive step in the right direction away from the fairytale, multiracial bullsh*t that has been peddle as America's "heritage" for the last few decades. The statement is actually exclusionary because it doesn't include those with roots in Latin America or Africa. Romney, as bad as he is in regards to neocon foreign policy, will be a welcome relief if does something to preserve what is left of America's Anglo-Saxon heritage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sehnsucht View Post
    All this means is more conventional warfare if these sorts consolidate their power at home. I hope Obama holds his position. He is much more preferable than this man.
    Obama already gives us plenty of war and enthusiastically continues the policies of his predecessor.

    It really makes no difference who the Yankistani Chimp-In-Chief is, the policies stay the same. El Prez is a talking head, nothing more.

    Those who believe that Romney is actually going to be doing something concrete for Whitey are sadly deluded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty View Post
    Obama already gives us plenty of war and enthusiastically continues the policies of his predecessor.

    It really makes no difference who the Yankistani Chimp-In-Chief is, the policies stay the same. El Prez is a talking head, nothing more.
    I do think things will become more blatant, with the neocons having an even stronger and pro-war leader at the helm. Parties in a democratic state have to compromise with the opposition, not to mention the heavy ideological crossover of the two parties in the US that have any power. The percentage in votes between the two is a tiny fraction.

    He is obviously not great, but preferable to us away from the West. Especially if he is giving the UK a bit of a cold shoulder.

    Those who believe that Romney is actually going to be doing something concrete for Whitey are sadly deluded.
    They don't understand the conservative-liberal usage of Anglo-Saxon values and heritage in the slightest if they do. It is the values of classic liberalism, the protestant work ethic and all that rubbish. It has nothing to do with race, other than that it was/is the political doctrine of certain states.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Saxon_economy
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protestant_work_ethic

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