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Au MO, dégonflement rapide de la baudruche BHO

Les résultats d’une grande étude d’opinion faite par le groupe Zogby International pour l’Arab American Institute Foundation, diffusée le 13 juillet 2011, sur les opinions sur les USA et sur le président Obama dans les pays arabes du Moyen-Orient, montrent une chute considérable de popularité. L’assassinat de ben Laden n’y a rien changé, étant pris pour ce qu’il est, – un assassinat pur et simple. La chute considérable de popularité d’Obama, par rapport aux espoirs qu’il avait fait naître par ses diverses interventions en début de mandat, sanctionne justement une politique virtualiste qui s’apparente à un complet simulacre. L’opinion sur les USA en Egypte, pays acclamé par la parole virtualiste de Washington comme un meneur de la vertueuse démocratisation, tombe en deux ans de 30% d’opinions favorables à 5%. Rarement, l’absence totale, le vide de substance de la politique américaniste-occidentaliste n’aura été aussi justement sanctionnée.

Jim Lobe, sur Antiwar.com le 14 juillet 2011, fait un long commentaire sur cette enquête et ses résultats.

«The "Arab Attitudes" survey found that favorable ratings of the United States have fallen by nine percent or more in Morocco, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the past two years. In Egypt, they fell from 30 percent to a meager five percent. Only in Lebanon did positive views of the U.S. (23 percent) remain consistent.

» Consisting of 4,000 face-to-face-interviews conducted by the Zogby International firm between mid-May and mid-June, the survey also found that 10 percent or less of Arabs in all the countries polled approve of President Barack Obama’s policies. Obama’s favorable ratings were the lowest by far among the five national leaders covered in the survey. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Saudi King Abdullah ibn Abdul Aziz were the most highly regarded of the five, who also included Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and French President Nicholas Sarkozy.

»The decline in the ratings for both the U.S. and Obama stems primarily from disappointment in the failure to meet the high expectations created by Obama’s election in 2008, according to James Zogby, the president of the Arab American Institute (AAI), which sponsored the annual survey. Those expectations appeared to rise further after Obama’s June 2009 speech in Cairo, where he pledged to "seek a new beginning" between the U.S. and the Muslim world and expressed particular sympathy for the plight of the Palestinians. “We are talking about expectations raised and expectations dashed,” said Zogby, author of the book ‘Arab Voices’ whose brother, John, is the CEO of Zogby International. “Obama didn’t create the problem [of anger at U.S. policies]. He created the expectations that the problem will be solved” he explained. […]

»Asked about specific U.S. policies affecting the Middle East, majorities in all six countries said Obama’s handling of the Palestinian issue had worsened U.S.-Arab relations. Opinions were also largely negative on the question of Obama’s efforts to engage the Muslim world. “It is noteworthy that the two issues on which the administration has invested considerable energy – ‘the Palestinian issue’ and ‘engagement with the Muslim world’ – received the lowest approval ratings, less than nine percent across the board,” according to Zogby.»

Il faut noter aussi que sur certains problèmes spécifiques, il exiuster de très fortes disparités d’opinion entre pays arabes, concernant certaines actions occidentales notamment, ce qui implique un réel potentiel de problèmes entre pays arabes eux-mêmes. Par exemple, cette différence d’appréciation de l’action de l’OTAN en Libye entre l’Arabie Saoudite et l’Egypte… «In Saudi Arabia, for example, a whopping 84 percent of respondents said that the no-fly zone over Libya had contributed positively to U.S.-Arab relations, while only seven percent of Egyptians agreed.»

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