Fox News’ “medical expert” Keith Ablow is quickly making a name for himself as one of the most deplorable members of the media. It’s a true testament to the despicable nature of Fox News that someone like Ablow is often featured on the network. He’s a fanatic, a fraud and an absolute scumbag.
Well recently he wrote an article for Fox News that essentially calls for the United States to set up a complete global empire. Which would be set in motion by the United States waging what he called an “American jihad.”
An American jihad would embrace the correct belief that if every nation on earth were governed by freely elected leaders and by our Constitution, the world would be a far better place. And an American jihad would not only hope for this outcome, but work toward it.
In other words, every country on the planet should be ruled by our Constitution. Whether they agree with it or not.
He then advocates any aid we provide to other nations be contingent upon them adopting our Constitutional values.
But then the crazy really starts:
We would urge our leaders, after their service in the U.S. Senate and Congress, to seek dual citizenship in other nations, like France and Italy and Sweden and Argentina and Brazil and Germany, and work to influence those nations to adopt laws very much like our own. We might even fund our leaders’ campaigns for office in these other nations.
Yes, he wants our former politicians to apply for dual citizenship in other free nations to try to internally force our views onto their people. Not only that, he thinks the United States should fund this behavior.
But he wasn’t done. Oh, no.
We would accept the fact that an American jihad could mean boots on the ground in many places in the world where human rights are being denigrated and horrors are unfolding. Because wherever leaders and movements appear that seek to trample upon the human spirit, we have a God-given right to intervene — because we have been to the mountaintop of freedom, and we have seen the Promised Land spanning the globe.
An American jihad would never condone terrorist acts of violence against our adversaries or the targeting of people simply because their beliefs are different from ours. But for those who malignantly demonstrate their intentions to subjugate others, there would be no quarter.
So, his whole rant here is all about forcing American values on those with which we unilaterally disagree. This would include a nation such as Saudi Arabia, which is one of our key allies in the Middle East. But not only that, he’s essentially advocating that we go to war with nations like China, Russia, Iran, Pakistan and India. So while we’re waging this massive global war against practically half the world, our former politicians would be simultaneously trying to infiltrate the governments of many of our allies to force our views on their people.
And of course we have the “God-given” right to do this. Because nothing says we care about freedom quite like citing the Christian God to invade and conquer nations who don’t believe in that God.
Then, of course, he tries to tie this all in with President Obama by suggesting that he hates America.
“An American jihad would turn back and topple the terrible self-loathing in our citizens set in motion by President Obama,” he continued.
He then went on Fox and Friends to continue to push this radical idea.
“We need to again embrace the fact that we have Manifest Destiny as this country, as Americans,” Ablow said, “to not only remain American fundamentally, in our own national character, but to spread our national character to other nations.”
These words sound an awful lot like the propaganda that’s often used by heinous dictators and leaders who try to use nationalism to justify their hate and ignorance. He’s more or less saying that the United States needs to infiltrate the governments of other free nations, blackmail poorer nations who get aid from us to abide by our laws while simultaneously waging war with any nation which refuses to comply with us.
What he’s advocating for here is pure, radical lunacy – yet these ideas were featured on Fox News.