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Can John Kerry steer USA out of terror operations in Mideast?

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By Dr. Abdul Ruff

Dictatorial America has done enough to terrorize the whole world by successfully engineering fake Sept-11 and has top priority foreign policy to make every nation, big, medium and small as well as terrocracy and autocracy, to realize that without USA they all would be doomed. Not even Russia and China think they can be safe without the “almighty” USA.

That is essence of post-Sept-11 hoax US foreign policy being pursued till today with backing from NATO terror syndicate members and pro-US l allies and the trend might not change in the near future.

US presidents and other important leaders enjoy paid holidays, world tours and terror operations in Islamic world. Taking what promised to be a very brief Christmas break from the ongoing struggle to avoid the "fiscal cliff" of tax hikes and spending cuts, US President Barack Obama relaxed with his family at a beach retreat in Hawaii.

Before leaving for paid holidays “retreat”, President B Obama has begun reshaping his cabinet for his second term in White House by nominating Massachusetts senator John Kerry, 69, former unsuccessful Democratic presidential candidate in 2004 and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to succeed Hillary Clinton as his next secretary of state. The president will also have to name a new defence secretary to replace Leon Panetta, and a new director of the CIA to take over from David Petraeus, who quit last month after admitting an affair.

Kerry‘s nomination comes after the US ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice, withdrew from consideration last week. Republicans had fiercely criticised her role in the aftermath of the deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in September. Kerry's nomination is unlikely to face opposition from Republicans, who had threatened to oppose Ms Rice, despite the president's strong defense of her actions over 11 September Libya.

Himself disillusioned with cold attitude towards him by the world at large, however, Obama said Kerry's "entire life" prepared him for the role, and praised him for the "respect and confidence" he has earned from world leaders. He said Kerry would be swiftly confirmed in the Senate.
Congress was to return to Washington next week and Obama has pledged to work with lawmakers to strike a deal to avoid the economic shock from tax and spending measures set to take effect on January 1 if a deal can't be reached, which many economists say could push the US economy back into recession.

Kerry becomes Obama's first new cabinet nomination since he won a second term in November Mrs Clinton, who is still recuperating from a stomach virus and concussion, was not present for the announcement. Madam Clinton said Kerry was an "excellent choice" of head for the state department. "He will be able to sustain and extend America's global leadership," she said.

Kerry, a decorated Vietnam veteran, lost a close presidential election to George W Bush Jr in 2004 and had been a contender for the state department in 2008, before Mrs Clinton was chosen. Kerry is well-steeped in the details of world affairs and diplomacy as he has been the Obama administration's unofficial envoy to various hotspots, from Pakistan to Afghanistan. Kerry is known to be the quintessential American diplomat. His father was in the Foreign Service. Kerry has lived abroad and speaks French. He can sit for hours sipping tea with world leaders. But it's often hard to tell where he stands on the issues.

Once confirmed, Kerry will face the problem of ongoing Syrian unrest and continuing concern over Iran's legitimate nuclear program.

President Obama as part of retreat, is expected to indulge in some of his favourite pastimes on the island where he was born and raised: golf, an expedition for the local treat "shave ice," and an evening out with family and friends. He hit the links at the nearby Marine Corps base under sunny skies on Saturday afternoon.

Let him enjoy life!

Who can boldly answer: Can John Kerry steer USA out of terror operations in Mideast?

[Dr. Abdul Ruff is Specialist on State Terrorism; Chancellor-Founder of Center for International Affairs (CIA); Independent Analyst; Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc.). He is also former university Teacher. He can be contacted at abdulruff_jnu@yahoo.com]
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