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Obamination: Iftar Treason 2011


Obamination: Iftar Treason 2011

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2011/08/10/remarks-president-during-iftar-dinner

When I heard sound bites from this excrement, I
wanted to vomit. When I read an excerpt on Facebook, I prayed for the
privilege of standing on the rim of Hell to piss on the burning embers
of the traitor who uttered  the despicable maundery quoted
below.

As is my habit concerning target rich environments,
I will mark maggot infestedchunks of excrement with superscripts linked
to my comments which follow below the horizontal line. You can use your
Backspace key to return from the comments to the excrement.

 

THE
PRESIDENT:  Thank you.  Thank you so much.
(Applause.)  Everyone, please have a seat, have a seat.

Good
evening, everyone, and welcome to the White House.  Tonight is
part of a rich tradition here at the White House of celebrating the
holy days of many faiths and the diversity that define us as a nation1.  So
these are quintessentially American celebrations2 — people
of different faiths coming together3, with humility before our
maker, to reaffirm our obligations to one another4,
because no matter who we are, or how we pray, we’re all children of a
loving God5.

Now,
this year, Ramadan is entirely in August.  That means the days are
long, the weather is hot, and you are hungry.  (Laughter.)
So I will be brief.

I
want to welcome the members of the diplomatic corps who are here; the
members of Congress, including two Muslim American members of Congress6 — Keith
Ellison and Andre Carson; and leaders and officials from across my
administration.  Thank you all for being here.  Please give
them a big round of applause.  (Applause.)   

To
the millions of Muslim Americans across the United States and more —
the more than one billion Muslims around the world, Ramadan is a time
of reflection and a time of devotion.  It’s an occasion to join
with family and friends in celebration of a faith known for its
diversity and a commitment to justice and the dignity of all human
beings7.
So to you and your families, Ramadan Kareem. 

This
evening reminds us of both the timeless teachings of a great religion8 and the
enduring strengths of a great nation.  Like so many faiths, Islam
has always been part of our American family9, and Muslim Americans have long
contributed to the strength and character of our country, in all walks
of life.  This has been especially true over the past 10 years10.

In
one month, we will mark the 10th anniversary of those awful attacks
that brought so much pain to our hearts.  It will be a time to
honor all those that we’ve lost, the families who carry on their
legacy, the heroes who rushed to help that day and all who have served
to keep us safe during a difficult decade.  And tonight, it’s
worth remembering that these Americans were of many faiths and
backgrounds, including proud and patriotic Muslim Americans.11

Muslim
Americans were innocent passengers on those planes, including a young
married couple looking forward to the birth of their first child.
They were workers in the Twin Towers12 — Americans by birth and
Americans by choice, immigrants who crossed the oceans to give their
children a better life.  They were cooks and waiters, but also
analysts and executives.  

There,
in the towers where they worked, they came together for daily prayers
and meals at Iftar.  They were looking to the future — getting
married, sending their kids to college, enjoying a well-deserved
retirement.  And they were taken from us much too soon.  And
today, they live on in the love of their families and a nation that
will never forget.  And tonight, we’re deeply humbled to be joined
by some of these 9/11 families13, and I would ask them to stand and
be recognized, please.  (Applause.)

Muslim
Americans were first responders 14— the former police cadet who
raced to the scene to help and then was lost when the towers collapsed
around him; the EMTs who evacuated so many to safety; the nurse who
tended to so many victims; the naval officer at the Pentagon who rushed
into the flames and pulled the injured to safety.  On this 10th
anniversary, we honor these men and women for what they are — American
heroes.

Nor
let us forget that every day for these past 10 years Muslim Americans
have helped to protect our communities as police and firefighters,
including some who join us tonight.  Across our federal
government, they keep our homeland secure, they guide our intelligence
and counterterrorism efforts and they uphold the civil rights and civil
liberties of all Americans15.
So make no mistake, Muslim Americans help to keep us safe.

We
see this in the brave service of our men and women in uniform,
including thousands of Muslim Americans.  In a time of war, they
volunteered, knowing they could be sent into harm’s way16.
Our troops come from every corner of our country, with different
backgrounds and different beliefs.  But every day they come
together and succeed together, as one American team. 

During
the 10 hard years of war, our troops have served with excellence and
with honor.  Some have made the ultimate sacrifice, among them
Army Specialist Kareem Khan.  Galvanized by 9/11 to serve his
country, he gave his life in Iraq and now rests with his fellow heroes
at Arlington.  And we thank Kareem’s mother, Elsheba, for being
here again tonight.  (Applause.)  Like Kareem, this
generation has earned its place in history, and I would ask all of our
service members here tonight — members of the 9/11 Generation — to
stand and accept the thanks of our fellow Americans.
(Applause.)        

This
year and every year, we must ask ourselves:  How do we honor these
patriots — those who died and those who served?  In this season
of remembrance, the answer is the same as it was 10 Septembers
ago.  We must be the America they lived for and the America they
died for, the America they sacrificed for. 17

An
America that doesn’t simply tolerate people of different backgrounds
and beliefs18,
but an America where we are enriched by our diversity.  An America
where we treat one another with respect and with dignity, remembering
that here in the United States there is no “them” or “us;” it’s just
us.  An America where our fundamental freedoms and inalienable
rights are not simply preserved, but continually renewed and refreshed
— among them the right of every person to worship as they choose19.
An America that stands up for dignity and the rights of people around
the world, whether a young person demanding his or her freedom in the
Middle East or North Africa, or a hungry child in the Horn of Africa,
where we are working to save lives.

Put
simply, we must be the America that goes forward as one family, like
generations before us, pulling together in times of trial, staying true
to our core values 20and
emerging even stronger.  This is who we are and this is who we
must always be. 

Tonight, as we near a solemn
anniversary, I cannot imagine a more fitting wish for our nation21.  So
God bless you all and God bless the United States of America.
Thank you.  (Applause.)  
   

 

 


  1. America is defined by the Declaration of
    Independence & Constitution, not by faith neither by
    diversity.  Ramadan is a month long celebration of the revelation
    of the Qur’an, which commands perpetual warfare against
    us.  How in Hell can an American celebrate Ramadan?  I curse
    it; I do not celebrate it.
  2. There is nothing American about Ramadan.
    That month was celebrated by Arabian Pagans long before Moe co-opted it
    for his new war cult. There is nothing American about celebrating the
    creation of a war cult which has caused the deaths of 270*106 people in
    the last 1400 years.
  3. No self-respecting Jew, Christian,
    Buddhist or Hindu with a scintilla of knowledge of the bloody history
    and doctrines of Islam would join in celebration of the creation of the
    ultimate evil.
  4. When “obligations to each other” is
    uttered by a Socialist, intelligent listeners and readers immediately
    recognize the phrase as loaded. It is like a train loaded with
    “fairness” & “social justice”. The President implies that we owe
    Muslims something. We do: we owe them emancipation from slavery to
    Satan, failing which we owe them burial plots.
  5. Allah is not a “loving God”.  Allah
    loves“:
    • Truly, Allâh loves those who turn unto Him in repentance and
      loves those who purify themselves {2:222
      about menstruation}
    • Salat {2:210}
    • Those who “fight
      in his cause
      ” {2:195}
    • whoever fulfils his pledge and fears Allâh much; verily, then
      Allâh loves those who are Al-Muttaqûn (the pious – see V.2:2).{3:76}
    • Those who spend [in Allâh’s Cause – deeds of charity, alms,
      etc.] in prosperity and in adversity, who repress anger, and who pardon
      men; verily, Allâh loves Al-Muhsinûn (the good­doers).{3:134}
    • Those who fight in Allah’s cause without fleeing the battle. {3:146}
      • And Allâh loves Al-Muhsinûn (the good­doers – see
        the footnote of V.3:134).{3:148}
    • Those who trust him{3:159}; but see the context: from 156-170: this is
      really about jihad. Allah loves the fighters.
    • Verily, Allâh loves Al­Muhsinûn {5:13}Who
      does he hate? See the context : to 5:19
    • the doers of righteous good deeds. {5:93}
      What are  righteous good deeds? That is because
      they suffer neither thirst nor fatigue, nor hunger in the Cause of
      Allâh, nor they
      take any step to raise the anger of disbelievers nor inflict any injury
      upon an enemy
      but is written to their credit as a deed of righteousness.”{9:120}
    • Allâh loves those who make themselves clean and pure{9:108}
    • Surely Allâh loves Al- Mattaqûn (the pious – see V.2:2). {9:4}
      See the context {9:3-5}
    • Al-Muttaqûn {9:7}In above context.
    • those who make themselves clean and pure {9:108} But see context through {9:111}.
    • Allâh loves those who are equitable. {49:9}The
      context is one of internecine fighting.
    • Allâh loves those who deal with equity. {60:8}
      See context from{60:4 to 9}
    • Allâh loves those who fight in His Cause in
      rows
      (ranks) as if they were a solid structure .{61:4}
  6. How many Nazi members of Congress did we
    have in WWII?
  7. Commitment to justice and
    dignity?! Islamic law forbids Christians to build or restore churches,
    display crosses, ring bells, pray aloud and hold public processions.
    {Reliance of the Traveller, O11.5} Islamic law forbids Christians to testify
    in court against Muslims. {Reliance O24.2(e)} Islamic law specifies indemnity for the
    death of a Christian: 1/3 that paid for a Muslim. {Reliance O4.9} Our blood and property are not sacred to
    Muslims and we have no rights until we become Muslims. {Sahih Bukhari 1.8.387}
  8. What in Hell is great about Islam???! World
    conquest confers greatness?  Since when? Oh, right; terrorism
    & genocide
    confer greatness. Religion? Religion! Damnation!!! The religion of Islam is Jihad. Jihad is waging war against disbelievers.
  9. Kindly list & enumerate the Muslims who
    signed the Declaration of Independence, fought and financed the
    revolution and helped to write and ratify the Constitution.  That
    will be a short list.
  10. Exactly what have Muslims contributed to this nation because they
    are Muslims. Please list and enumerate the
    contributors and their contributions made before and after the Gd’d
    Abomination. That will be a very short list.
  11. Exactly what do these assertions of Muslim involvement
    & contribution have to do with celebration of the “revelation” of
    the most curse worthy “book”? If Muslims were on those four aircraft as
    passengers & crew rather than attackers, name and enumerate them.
    Then tell me how that justifies celebration of the “book” that
    motivated
    that damnable deed.
  12. How many, and what is the significance
    of their being Muslims?  How does the presence of 22 Muslims in
    the towers justify celebrating the damnable doctrines motivating their
    murders?
  13. Humbled?! Sweet loving Jesus Christ!!! Had
    I invited survivors of those murdered to a celebration of the damnable
    doctrines which motivated their murders, I would be so embarrassed I
    would never show my face in public again, much less make public
    declaration of it.
  14. Were there more Irish Catholics on those
    fire trucks and in those police cars, or more Muslims?  Should we
    celebrate Christmas, Easter & Saint Patrick’s day more intensely
    because of their sacrifice?  Were they members of those protective
    professions because of their religion or for economic
    reasons?
  15. Do they? Do they really guard us?
    Or do they mis-translate documents, hide vital information, obstruct
    investigations, pass secrets to the enemy and otherwise subvert
    us?  Major Nidal Hasan, for example. What a great service he did
    for his country!
  16. Yeah, right. One fragged officers, one
    shot up a medical office and one tried to emulate the other’s attack.
    What great things are the others waiting for the right time to do?
  17. The America of the Declaration & Constitution, not your Gd’d Socialist agenda. Not the false rhetoric
    of “social justice”, “fairness” & ” shared sacrifice”
  18. I can neither tolerate nor respect anyone
    who believes he has a divine mandate to kill or enslave me; to destroy
    my nation. No, by God, I can not and I will not!  There is no
    right to conquer.
    There is no right to enslave.
    There is no right to rape.
    There can be no divine mandate to do any of  those things.
    Such as assert them are despicable parasites & predators; unworthy
    of respect and tolerance.  Those who demand respect and tolerance
    for them are despicable traitors to the human race.
  19. Participation in, propaganda for & financing of jihad are inseverable parts of the primary sacrament of
    Islam. “Jihad
    is ordained for you
    .” “…Then do you believe in a part of the
    Scripture and reject the rest? Then what is the recompense of those who
    do so among you, except disgrace in the life of this world, and on the
    Day of Resurrection they shall be consigned to the most grievous
    torment. …”{2:85}
    Islam is all or nothing. Believers are only those who go to war, as
    defined in 8:1-6, 9:111 & 49:15.
  20. Our core values; Judeo-Christian
    values enshrined in the Declaration of Independence; not the “values”
    of conquest, rape and plunder enshrined in the Qur’an & exemplified
    in hadith; not the Socialist agenda you so glibly imply.
  21. I wish we had never elected a traitor to the
    office of President. I wish he would resign in disgrace and his Vice
    President and entire administration with him. May God bless America, we
    really need his help.
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