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Obamination @ UN Spew of Feces


As always, Obamination is a hypocrite, liar & Gd’d Traitor, to this
nation and to the human race. I spent more than an hour screening the
coarsest turds from his spew of feces and am using them as long tail
key word tags.  My critical commentary follows H1 headings
representing each of the coarsest turds.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/09/25/remarks-president-un-general-assembly

Remarks
by the President to the UN General Assembly

United
Nations Headquarters

New York, New York

10:22
A.M. EDT 09/25/’12

 Mr. President, Mr. Secretary
General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentleman:  I would like to
begin today by telling you about an American named Chris Stevens.




Chris was born in a town
called Grass Valley, California, the son of a
lawyer and a musician.  As a young man, Chris joined the Peace
Corps, and taught English in Morocco.  And he came to love and
respect the people of North Africa and the Middle East. He would carry
that commitment throughout his life.  As a diplomat, he worked
from Egypt to Syria, from Saudi Arabia to Libya.  He was known for
walking the streets of the cities where he worked — tasting the local
food, meeting as many people as he could, speaking Arabic, listening
with a broad smile.




Chris went to Benghazi in the
early days of the Libyan revolution,
arriving on a cargo ship.  As America’s representative, he helped
the Libyan people as they coped with violent conflict, cared for the
wounded, and crafted a vision for the future in which the rights of all
Libyans would be respected. And after the revolution, he supported the
birth
of a new democracy
,
as Libyans held elections, and built new institutions, and began to
move forward after decades of dictatorship.




Chris Stevens loved his
work.  He took pride in the country he
served, and he saw dignity in the people that he met.  And two
weeks ago, he traveled to Benghazi to review plans to establish a new
cultural center and modernize a hospital.  That’s when America’s
compound came under attack.  Along with three of his colleagues,
Chris was killed in the city that he helped to save. He was 52 years
old.




I tell you this story because
Chris Stevens embodied the best of
America.  Like his fellow Foreign Service officers, he built
bridges across oceans and cultures, and was deeply invested in the
international cooperation that the United Nations represents.  He
acted with humility, but he also stood up for a set of principles — a
belief that individuals should be free to determine their own destiny,
and live with
liberty,
dignity, justice
, and
opportunity.




The attacks on the civilians
in Benghazi were attacks on America.
We are grateful for the assistance we received from the Libyan
government and from the Libyan people.  There should be no doubt
that we will be relentless in tracking down the killers and
bringing
them to justice
.
And I also appreciate that in recent days, the leaders of other
countries in the region — including Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen — have
taken steps to secure our diplomatic facilities, and called for
calm.  And so have religious authorities around the globe.




But understand, the attacks
of the last two weeks are not simply an
assault on America.  They are also an assault on the very ideals
upon which the United Nations was founded — the notion that people can
resolve
their
differences peacefully
;
that diplomacy can take the place of war; that in an interdependent
world, all of us have a stake in working towards greater opportunity
and security for our citizens.




If we are serious about
upholding these ideals, it will not be enough
to put more guards in front of an embassy, or to put out statements of
regret and wait for the outrage to pass.  If we are serious about
these ideals, we must
speak
honestly about the
deeper causes of the crisis
— because we face a choice
between
the forces that would drive us apart and the
hopes
that we hold in
common.




Today, we must reaffirm that
our future will be determined by people
like Chris Stevens — and not by his killers.  Today, we must
declare that this
violence
and intolerance has no place
among our United Nations.



It has been less than two
years since a vendor in Tunisia set himself
on fire to protest the oppressive corruption in his country, and
sparked what became known as the Arab Spring.  And since then, the
world has been captivated by the
transformation
that’s taken place, and the United States has supported the forces of
change.




We were inspired by the
Tunisian protests that toppled a dictator,
because we recognized our own beliefs in the
aspiration of men
and women who took to the streets.




We insisted
on change in
Egypt, because our support for democracy ultimately put us on the side
of the people
.



We supported a transition of
leadership in Yemen, because the interests
of the people were no longer being served by a corrupt status quo.




We intervened in Libya
alongside a broad coalition, and with the
mandate of the United Nations Security Council, because we had the
ability to stop the slaughter of innocents, and because we believed
that the aspirations of the people were more powerful than a tyrant.




And as we meet here, we again
declare that the regime of Bashar
al-Assad must come to an end so that the
suffering
of the Syrian people can
stop and a new dawn can begin.




We have taken these positions
because we believe that
freedom
and self-determination are
not unique to one culture
.  These are not simply
American
values or Western values — they are
universal
values
.  And
even as there will be huge challenges to come with a transition to
democracy, I am convinced that ultimately freedom and
self-determination are not unique to one culture is more
likely to bring about the
stability,
prosperity, and individual opportunity that serve as a basis for peace

in our world.




So let us remember that this
is a season of progress.  For the
first time in decades, Tunisians, Egyptians and Libyans voted for new
leaders in elections that were credible, competitive, and fair.
This democratic spirit has not been restricted to the Arab world.
Over the past year, we’ve seen peaceful transitions of power in Malawi
and Senegal, and a new President in Somalia.  In Burma, a
President has freed political prisoners and opened a closed society, a
courageous dissident has been elected to parliament, and people look
forward to further reform.  Around the globe, people are making
their voices heard, insisting on their innate dignity, and the right to
determine their future.




And yet the turmoil of recent
weeks reminds us that the path to
democracy does not end with the casting of a ballot.  Nelson
Mandela once said:  “To be free is not merely to cast off one’s
chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of
others.”  (Applause.)




True democracy demands that
citizens cannot be thrown in jail because
of what they believe, and that businesses can be opened without paying
a bribe.  It depends on the freedom of citizens to speak their
minds and assemble without fear, and on the rule of law and due process
that guarantees the rights of all people.




In other words, true
democracy

— real freedom — is hard work.  Those in power have to resist
the temptation to crack down on dissidents.  In hard economic
times, countries must be tempted — may be tempted to rally the people
around perceived enemies, at home and abroad, rather than focusing on
the painstaking work of reform.




Moreover, there will always
be those that reject human progress —
dictators who cling to power, corrupt interests that depend on the
status quo, and
extremists
who
fan the flames of hate and division
.
From Northern Ireland to South Asia, from Africa to the Americas, from
the Balkans to the Pacific Rim, we’ve witnessed convulsions that can
accompany transitions to a new political order.




At time, the conflicts arise
along the fault lines of race or
tribe.  And often they arise from the difficulties of
reconciling
tradition and faith with
the diversity and interdependence of the modern world
.
In every country, there are those who find different religious beliefs
threatening; in every culture, those who love freedom for themselves
must ask themselves how much they’re willing to tolerate freedom for
others.




That is what we saw play out
in the last two weeks, as a
crude
and disgusting video

sparked outrage throughout the Muslim world.  Now, I have made it
clear that the United States
government
had nothing to d
o with
this video, and I believe its
message
must be rejected by all who
respect our common humanity
.

It is an insult
not only to
Muslims, but to America as well
— for as the city outside
these walls makes clear, we are
a
country that has welcomed people of every race and every faith
.
We are home to Muslims who worship across our country.  We not
only
respect
the freedom of
religion
, we have laws
that protect individuals from being
harmed
because
of how they
look or
what
they believe
.
We understand
why
people take
offense to this video

because millions of our citizens are among
them.




I know there are some who ask
why we don’t just
ban such a video.
And the answer is enshrined in our laws:  Our Constitution
protects the
right to
practice
free speech
.



Here in the United States,
countless publications provoke
offense.  Like me, the majority of Americans are Christian, and
yet we do not ban blasphemy against our most sacred beliefs.  As
President of our country and Commander-in-Chief of our military, I
accept that people are going to call me awful things every day —
(laughter) — and I will always defend their right to do so.
(Applause.)




Americans have fought and
died around the globe to protect the right of
all people to express their views, even views that we profoundly
disagree with.  We do not do so because we support hateful speech,
but because our founders understood that without such protections, the
capacity
of each individual to
express their own views and practice their own faith may be threatened
.
We do so because in a diverse society,
efforts
to restrict speech can
quickly become a tool to silence critics and oppress minorities.




We do so because given the
power of faith in our lives, and the passion
that religious differences can inflame, the strongest weapon against
hateful speech is not repression; it is
more
speech — the voices of tolerance that rally against bigotry and
blasphemy, and lift up the values of understanding and mutual respect
.



Now, I know that not all
countries in this body share this particular
understanding of the protection of free speech.  We recognize
that.  But in 2012, at a time when anyone with a cell phone can
spread offensive views around the world with the click of a button, the
notion that we can
control
the
flow of information
is
obsolete.  The question, then, is
how do we respond?




And on this we must
agree: 
There is
no speech that justifies
mindless violence
.
(Applause.)  There are no words
that excuse the killing of innocents.  There’s no
video
that justifies an attack on an
embassy
.  There’s
no
slander
that provides an excuse

for people to burn a restaurant in Lebanon, or destroy a school in
Tunis, or cause death and destruction in Pakistan.




In this modern world with
modern technologies,
for
us to respond in that way to hateful speech empowers any individual who
engages in such speech to create chaos around the world.

We empower the worst of us if that’s how we respond.




More broadly, the events of
the last two weeks also speak to the need
for all of us to honestly address the tensions between the West and the
Arab world that is moving towards democracy.




Now, let me be clear:
Just as we cannot solve every problem in
the world, t
he
United States
has not and will not seek to dictate the outcome of democratic
transitions abroad
.
We do not expect other nations to agree with us on every issue, nor do
we assume that the violence of the past weeks or the hateful speech by
some individuals represent the views of the overwhelming majority of
Muslims, any more than the views of the people who produced this video
represents those of Americans.  However, I do believe that it is
the obligation of all leaders in all countries to speak out forcefully
against violence and extremism.  (Applause.)




It is time to marginalize
those who — even when not directly resorting
to violence — use hatred of America, or the West, or Israel, as the
central
organizing principle of
politics
. For that
only gives cover, and sometimes makes an
excuse, for those who do resort to violence.




That brand of politics — one
that pits East against West, and South
against North, Muslims against Christians and Hindu and Jews — can’t
deliver on the promise of freedom.  To the youth, it offers only
false hope.  Burning an American flag does nothing to provide a
child an education.  Smashing apart a restaurant does not fill an
empty stomach.  Attacking an embassy won’t create a single
job.  That brand of politics only makes it harder to achieve
what we
must do together
:
educating our children, and creating the opportunities that they
deserve; protecting human rights, and extending democracy’s promise.




Understand America will never
retreat from the world.  We will
bring justice to those who harm our citizens and our friends, and we
will stand with our allies.  We are willing to partner with
countries around the world to deepen ties of trade and investment, and
science and technology, energy and development — all efforts that can
spark economic growth for all our people and stabilize democratic
change.




But such efforts depend on a
spirit of mutual interest and mutual
respect.  No government or company, no school or NGO will be
confident working in a country where its people are endangered.
For partnerships to be effective our citizens must be secure and our
efforts must be welcomed.




A politics based only on
anger — one based on dividing the world
between “us” and “them” — not only sets back international
cooperation, it ultimately undermines those who tolerate it.  All
of us have an interest in standing up to these forces.




Let us remember that Muslims
have suffered the most at the hands of
extremism.  On the same day our civilians were killed in Benghazi,
a Turkish police officer was murdered in Istanbul only days before his
wedding; more than 10 Yemenis were killed in a car bomb in Sana’a;
several Afghan children were mourned by their parents just days after
they were killed by a suicide bomber in Kabul.




The impulse towards
intolerance and violence may initially be focused
on the West, but over time it cannot be contained.  The same
impulses
toward extremism

are used to justify war between Sunni and Shia, between tribes and
clans.  It leads not to strength and prosperity but to
chaos.  In less than two years, we have seen largely peaceful
protests bring more change to Muslim-majority countries than a decade
of violence.  And extremists understand this.  Because they
have nothing to offer to improve the lives of people, violence is their
only way to stay relevant.  They don’t build; they only destroy.




It
is time to leave the call of
violence and the politics of division behind.

On so many issues, we face a choice between the promise of the future,
or the prisons of the past.  And we cannot afford to get it
wrong.  We must seize this moment.  And America stands ready
to work with all who are willing to embrace a better future.




The future must not belong to
those who target Coptic Christians in
Egypt — it must be claimed by those in Tahrir Square who chanted,
“Muslims, Christians, we are one.”  The future must not belong to
those who bully women — it must be shaped by girls who go to school,
and those who stand for a world where our daughters can live their
dreams just like our sons.  (Applause.)




The future must not belong to
those corrupt few who steal a country’s
resources — it must be won by the students and entrepreneurs, the
workers and business owners who seek a broader prosperity for all
people.  Those are the women and men that America stands with;
theirs is the vision we will support.


 

The
future must not belong to
those who slander the prophet of Islam
.  But to be
credible, those who condemn that slander
must
also condemn the hate

we see in the images of Jesus Christ that are desecrated, or churches
that are destroyed, or the Holocaust that is denied.  (Applause.)



Let us condemn incitement
against Sufi Muslims and Shiite
pilgrims.  It’s time to heed the words of Gandhi:  “
Intolerance
is itself a form of
violence

and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit.”
(Applause.)  Together, we must work towards a world where we are
strengthened by our differences, and not defined by them.  That is
what America embodies, that’s the vision we will support.




Among Israelis and
Palestinians, the future must not belong to those
who turn their backs on a
prospect
of peace
.
Let us leave behind those who thrive on conflict, those who reject the
right of Israel to exist.  The road is hard, but the destination
is clear — a secure, Jewish state of Israel and an independent,
prosperous Palestine.  (Applause.)  Understanding that such a
peace must come through a just agreement between the parties, America
will walk alongside all who are prepared to make that journey.




In Syria, the future must not
belong to a dictator who massacres his
people.  If there is a cause that cries out for protest in the
world today, peaceful protest, it is a regime that tortures children
and shoots rockets at apartment buildings.  And we must remain
engaged to assure that what began with
citizens
demanding their rights

does not end in a cycle of sectarian violence.




Together, we must stand with
those Syrians who believe in a different
vision — a Syria that is united and inclusive, where children don’t
need to fear their own government, and all Syrians have a say in how
they are governed — Sunnis and Alawites, Kurds and Christians.
That’s what America stands for.  That is the outcome that we will
work for — with sanctions and consequences for those who persecute,
and assistance and support for those who work for this common
good.  Because we believe that the Syrians who embrace this vision
will have the strength and the legitimacy to lead.




In Iran, we see where the
path of a violent and unaccountable ideology
leads.  The Iranian people have a remarkable and ancient history,
and many Iranians wish to enjoy peace and prosperity alongside their
neighbors.  But just as it restricts the rights of its own people,
the Iranian government continues to prop up a dictator in Damascus and
supports terrorist groups abroad.  Time and again, it has failed
to take the opportunity to demonstrate that its nuclear program is
peaceful, and to meet its obligations to the United Nations.




So let me be clear.
America wants to resolve this issue through
diplomacy, and we believe that there is still time and space to do
so.  But that time is not unlimited.  We respect the right of
nations to access peaceful nuclear power, but one of the purposes of
the United Nations is to see that we harness that power for
peace.  And make no mistake, a
nuclear-armed
Iran is not a
challenge that can be contained
.
It would threaten the elimination of Israel, the security of Gulf
nations, and the stability of the global economy.  It risks
triggering a nuclear-arms race in the region, and the unraveling of the
non-proliferation treaty.  That’s why a coalition of countries is
holding the Iranian government accountable.  And that’s why the
United States will do what we must to prevent Iran from obtaining a
nuclear weapon.




We know from painful
experience that the
path to
security

and prosperity does not lie outside the boundaries of international law
and respect for human rights.  That’s why this institution was
established from the rubble of conflict.  That is why liberty
triumphed over tyranny in the Cold War.  And that is the lesson of
the last two decades as well.




History shows that peace and
progress come to those who make the right
choices.  Nations in every part of the world have traveled this
difficult path.  Europe, the bloodiest battlefield of the 20th
century, is united, free and at peace.  From Brazil to South
Africa, from Turkey to South Korea, from India to Indonesia, people of
different races, religions, and traditions have lifted millions out of
poverty, while respecting the rights of their citizens and meeting
their responsibilities as nations.




And it is because of the
progress that I’ve witnessed in my own
lifetime, the progress that I’ve witnessed after nearly four years as
President, that I remain ever hopeful about the world that we live
in.  The war in Iraq is over.  American troops have come
home.  We’ve begun a transition in Afghanistan, and America and
our allies will end our war on schedule in 2014.  Al Qaeda has
been weakened, and Osama bin Laden is no more.  Nations have come
together to lock down nuclear materials, and America and Russia are
reducing our arsenals.  We have seen hard choices made — from
Naypyidaw to Cairo to Abidjan — to put more power in the hands of
citizens.




At a time of economic
challenge, the world has come together to broaden
prosperity.  Through the G20, we have partnered with emerging
countries to keep the world on the path of recovery.  America has
pursued a development agenda that fuels growth and breaks dependency,
and worked with African leaders to help them feed their nations.
New partnerships have been forged to combat corruption and promote
government that is open and transparent, and new commitments have been
made through the Equal Futures Partnership to ensure that women and
girls can fully participate in politics and pursue opportunity.
And later today, I will discuss our efforts to combat the scourge of
human trafficking.




All these things give me
hope.  But what gives me the most hope is
not the actions of us, not the actions of leaders — it is the people
that I’ve seen.  The American troops who have risked their lives
and sacrificed their limbs for strangers half a world away; the
students in Jakarta or Seoul who are eager to use their knowledge to
benefit mankind; the faces in a square in Prague or a parliament in
Ghana who see democracy giving voice to their aspirations; the young
people in the favelas of Rio and the schools of Mumbai whose eyes shine
with promise.  These men, women, and children of every race and
every faith remind me that for every angry mob that gets shown on
television, there are billions around the world who share similar hopes
and dreams.  They tell us that there is a common heartbeat to
humanity.




So much attention in our
world turns to what divides us.  That’s
what we see on the news.  That’s what consumes our political
debates.  But when you strip it all away, people everywhere long
for the freedom to determine their destiny; the dignity that comes with
work; the comfort that comes with faith; and the justice that exists
when governments serve their people  — and not the other way
around.




The United States of America
will always stand up for these
aspirations, for our own people and for people all across the
world.  That was our founding purpose.  That is what our
history shows.  That is what Chris Stevens worked for throughout
his life.




And I promise you this:
Long after the killers are brought to
justice, Chris Stevens’s legacy will live on in the lives that he
touched — in the tens of thousands who marched against violence
through the streets of Benghazi; in the Libyans who changed their
Facebook photo to one of Chris; in the signs that read, simply, “Chris
Stevens was a friend to all Libyans.”




They should give us
hope.  They should remind us that so long as
we work for it, justice will be done, that history is on our side, and
that a rising tide of liberty will never be reversed.




Thank you very much.


birth of a new democracy

Democracy is a form only, a framework definition
upon which institutions are constructed; it has no substance and no
intrinsic value.  Without an informed, sentient, educated and
moral citizenry, democracies are doomed to early failure: they will
fall or devolve into tyrannies. True democracy is government by the
people with legislation determined by a majority vote of the citizens.
Democracy lacks provision for protection of minority rights and is
equivalent to mob rule.

Islamic democracy is an oxymoron because democracy
and Islam are polar opposites; 180° out of phase.  Democracy is
legislation through popular will. Islam is theocracy, only Allah having
the right to legislate, which he has delegated to Moe and his caliphs. [33:36]

liberty, dignity & justice

Those supremely important values can not be secured
by democracy, which is mob rule, and are 180° out of phase with Islam.
Activation and preservation  of those values requires limited,
representative government, which was the design of our Constitution.

liberty

In Islam, liberty is freedom to submit to Allah,
nothing more. Muslims are Allah’s slaves.
By definition, slaves have neither autonomy nor dignity.  True
liberty requires limited government whose limitations are strictly
enforced to prevent government from enslaving and plundering its
citizens.  Our Constitution was designed for that purpose.

dignity

In Islam, dignity is the exclusive property of
Muslims, as compared to infidels, who have neither dignity nor human
rights.  I disrespectfully direct doubters, dissenters &
deniers to Sahih Bukhari 1.8.387
which informs literate & sentient persons that until they become
Muslims, their blood & property have no sanctity to Muslims and
they have no human rights.

justice

Just
us Muslims
‘!
Religious minorities under Islamic domination are not permitted to
testify in court against Muslims. I disrespectfully direct doubters,
dissenters & deniers to Reliance of the Traveller, O24.2,
which informs literate & sentient persons that testimony is only
accepted from Muslims; testimony is only accepted from one who “is religious (O:
meaning upright (o24.4) (A: and Muslim
), for Allah Most High
says, “Let those of rectitude among you testify” (Koran 65:2), and
unbelief is the vilest form of corruption, as goes without saying);”.

bringing them to justice

Acts of war are not justicable. They require
effective retaliation: the immediate death of the perpetrators and the
sponsors. The attack on our consulate was a deliberate act of war, not
the result of transient passion.  There is no court of immediate
jurisdiction and no enforcement agency. Our recourse is to our armed
forces, which ought rightly to eradicate Libya from the face of the
earth.

War on: Moron!

The
United States is not at war with Islam and never will be
.”
Islam is at war against us and has been so engaged since we won the War
of Independence, has been ever since and always will be so long as one
Muslim lives on the face of the earth.  When Thomas Jefferson
asked Tripoli’s Ambassador to England by what right they attacked us,
he was informed
that the right was
“founded on the Laws of the
Prophet (Mohammed), that it was written in their Koran, that all
nations who should not have answered their authority were sinners, that
it was their
right and duty to make war upon them
wherever they could
be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as prisoners”
I disrespectfully direct doubters, dissenters & deniers, including
the Traitor in Chief,
analencephalopaths, one and all to Islam’s canon
of scripture, tradition, exegesis & jurisprudence to view the fatal
facts directly:

resolve  differences peacefully

The Declaration of Independence declares that I have
rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  Islam’s
canon of scripture, tradition, exegesis and jurisprudence declares that
as an infidel, I must be “destroyed” or subjugated and make annual
extortion payments.  One who thinks that difference can be
resolved thinks with his anal sphincter, not his brain.  The
conflict between Islam and the American way is existential: one side
must be exterminated.

speak honestly

If Obamination has ever spoken honestly about
anything substantial, I missed it. That inveterate liar
dissembles constantly.  The conflict with Islam is caused by the
damnable doctrines of Islam, not by anything
our government or any citizen did or did not do excluding
only submission to Islam. The conflict continues until we are Muslims
or they are not.  Jimmy Farter, Bush, Slick Willy & Shrub
never spoke honestly about Islam, Obamination will not and if Romney
does, I will be blessed surprised.

Had the Embassy guards mounted an effective defense,
the world would be viewing a constant stream of images of dead and
wounded Muslims, grieving widows & orphans and new and larger
protests. We get blamed no matter what. Damned if you do and damned if
you dont; so lets terminate relations and get our diplomats out of
there.

common hopes

Camel Crap!!! we have nothing in common with
Muslims.  They want to kill us and dominate the entire world. They
value death more than we value life. To them, the life of this world is
but play and pastime: 6:32, 29:64, 47:36 & 57:20 the real deal is Allah’s Celestial Bordello 78:31.

 causes of the crisis

The crisis is caused by the damnable doctrines of
Islam outlined
above
Innocence
of Muslims
did not cause the crisis. Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons
did not cause the crises: those are pretexts, not causes.  The
violence arises out of kutbah at Jumah Salat: the rabid ranting of
Imams in the mosques as reported in the mass media for those who do not
attend regularly.

violence and intolerance have no place

Obviously, rioting has no place in the modern world.
There is no such clarity concerning intolerance. The official line is
that “Innocence of Muslims” is a token of intolerance; that it
constitutes incitement to violence. In reality, it exposes the
intolerance & violence intrinsic to the core of Islam; it is no
more intolerant nor violent than Fitna, the
documentary by Geert Wilders.

transformation

Exchanging one tyrant for another with “one man, one
vote, one time” ‘democracy’ is not a positive change.  The only
good that came of the ‘Arab Spring’ is great numbers of dead Muslims
and wasted money & resources expended in the revolutions.
Most revolutions follow the French model, not the American model.
To the extent that the money and resources come from our tax payers and
national debt, they are great losses which can not be recouped.

aspiration

A few of the protesters shared our values, but those
with the war material and money who waged the revolution do not and
never will.  Their highest aspiration is to be killed in battle so
as to get their ticket to al-Firdhaus: the highest level of Allah’s
Celestial Bordello.

insisted on change in Egypt

You overthrew Mubarak, a semi-secular Muslim, and
replaced him with Morsi, of the  Ikhwan,  who is more likely
to breach the peace treaty with Israel. You gained nothing and lost
much including regional stability.

support for democracy

Democracy is not worthy of support, only limited,
representative government  can promote human rights, justice and
equality all of which are impossible in an Islamic environment.

on the side of the people

The majority of the people of Egypt are Muslims who
hate Jews & Christians and need to wage war against us.  How
can we be on the side of our enemies?  The tiny minority who seek
liberty never had a chance in Hell and never will while Muslims are in
the majority.

suffering of the Syrian people

The suffering of the Syrian people can not stop and
no new dawn of liberty can rise while they are Muslims.  Until
they abandon Islam, they can only suffer from continued striving to
obtain and consolidate power.  Replacing one tyrant with another
is like replacing one loaded diaper with another.  The only
benefit is the reduction in the number of living Muslims.

freedom  ain’t limited to one culture

Islam is derived from a tribal culture, and areas
dominated by it were primarily tribal when Islam took over.  Islam
is not compatible with freedom & self-determination, it is their
polar opposite: slavery.

universal values

Camel Crap!!! Muslims do not share our values! They
value genocidal conquest, terrorism, world domination and being killed
in the process for their ticket to al-Firdhaus.

stability, prosperity, & opportunity–basis for peace

Rational morality is the only basis for peace.
Until the entire world is rational
and moral
: not
Muslim
,
overwhelming military strength coupled with the will to use it without
reservation are the only basis for peace.  To establish peace,
exterminate the warmongers.

true democracy

Democracy does not demand that citizens can not be
imprisoned for unpopular beliefs; neither does it proscribe
bribery.  Only a just and moral populace electing just and moral
representatives and governors in a limited representative republic can
enforce those demands, and even in America, there is no
perfection.

extremists

Camel crap!!! There are no extremists; only
believers.  Believers are only those who fight in Allah’s cause,
killing others and being killed.  I disrespectfully direct
doubters, dissenters & deniers to 8:1-6,
9:111 & 49:15 which define Believers.

reconciling  faith with  the modern world

The Qur’an is Allah’s operating manual for human
life in all places at all times. It can not be edited.  It is
perfected. It is final. The gates of ijtihad closed forever more than
900 years ago.  Islam can not be reconciled, it must be
exterminated.  If vampirism were not mythical,  it would be
the equivalent of Islam.

 crude and disgusting video

Innocence
of Muslims

may be crude, with poor casting, acting & production values, but it
is not disgusting. The Islamic biography history and doctrines it
exposes to public view are disgusting.  For full documentation of
the fatal facts, turn to this blog post:  http://dajjal.posterous.com/innocence-of-muslims-true-or-false-you-be-the
.

government had nothing to do with it

Destroying the Muslim’s faith: causing them to
quit believing in Allah, his threat & promise, is the essential
key to victory

in the war against Islam.  Since Most Muslims can’t read, movies
are the best way to reach the Ummah with the facts that can induce
doubt & introspection which lead to apostasy.  Dr. Ali Sina
and at least one other writer have created scripts which are ready to
produce.  The government should be producing and distributing a
full length feature documentary film  based on the  Qur’an,
hadith, sira & tahrik.  The government won’t do it, so
the project is left up to the private sector.

message must be rejected

The message of Innocence of Muslims
is that Moe was an impious fraud; a lunatic who issued situational
scripture to sanction his sexual proclivities and motivate his
companions to engage in barbarian rapine for his personal emolument.
The message is true and must be embraced, not rejected by open minded
lovers of life and liberty.

insult  to Muslims, and America

The truthful message of Innocence of Muslims
is no insult to America or anyone else: it is truth; the fatal facts of
Islam.

 welcomed people of every faith

Welcoming Islam’s fifth column to invade our shores
is the worst mistake we ever made. Europe is slowly discovering the
same, much to their sorrow. As their numbers increase here, the
violence will increase, and we will come to regret our fatal
error.  Expelling and excluding Muslims is essentially necessary
to preserving our lives and liberties.

respect the freedom of religion

Freedom of religions is for religions, not crime
syndicates. Islam is a continuing criminal enterprise; a war crime:
terrorist, genocidal conquest undertaken for the personal emolument of
Islam’s founder and his caliphs.  Islam does not respect freedom
of religion! I disrespectfully direct doubters, dissenters &
deniers to Reliance of the Traveller O11.5.

harmed because

We have laws that proscribe assault and murder,
which are malum in se as well as malum prohibita, without reference to
ethnicity or faith.  Islam declares and prosecutes war upon all
non-Muslims.  If that ain’t harmful, what the Hell is?

why people take offense to this video

As Charlie Brown said “Nobody likes having his
cherished beliefs questioned.” The fact that Islam’s fifth column
invaders are present is immaterial to the offense issue.  Because
Islam is an impious fraud which stands on or falls from the foundation
of one man,  revelation of his true character and actions offends
Muslims. Moe had a habit of having his critics assassinated for that
very reason.  What genuine Prophet of God asks his disciples “Who
will kill…”. Moe did, more than once.

ban such a video

For a decade, the UN has been passing annual
resolutions demanding the passage and enforcement of national
legislation criminalizing criticism of Islam.  Those resolutions
are non-binding, giving immoral authority to blasphemy laws in
Indonesia, Pakistan and other Islamic countries.  Those laws are
used to persecute indigenous minorities.  Now the OIC members are
renewing their contumacious demands.  To Hell with them!

right to practice free speech

Only the rights to free speech and to bear arms
allow us to preserve our other rights. Without those foundational
rights, all other rights will be forfeit.  America is under attack
by Islam.  Our self defense requires that we be able to accurately
and honestly discuss Islamic doctrines and practices, not only in blogs
and movies but also in courses in West Point and the War College.
The blasphemy laws demanded by the OIC would have criminalized Thomas
Jefferson’s 1786 report to Congress on his meeting with the Ambassador
from Tripoli.

efforts to restrict speech

Are specifically intended to oppress minorities;
that is how blasphemy laws are used in Indonesia and Pakistan. That is
also the foundation of the Fairness Doctrine which gave the left wing a
monopoly on public discourse for decades.  That is why LibTurds are trying to reinstate the
Fairness Doctrine, so that they can take Rush Limbaugh and his
colleagues off the air.

more speech

That is a reference to the contradiction concept
enshrined in the Istanbul Process of Res. 16/18. Smearing Islam’s
critics by stamping labels of “bigot”, “hater” & “racist” does not
cut the mustard. You need to provide relevant, verifiable factual
evidence which disproves the evidence we present from Islam’s canon.
Unfortunately for you, it ain’t possible to disprove the fatal facts of
Islam.

understanding

Understanding comes from extensive study of Islam:
the damnable doctrines enshrined in the Qur’an, whose implementation is
exemplified in the hadith & sira. That is why I provide links to
Islam’s canon.

mutual respect

Respect is given where respect is due. Barbarian
warlords are not respectable. Lechers who molest little girls are not
respectable. Lechers who  arrange the marriage and divorce of
their sons so that they can pickup the rebound are not respectable.
Lechers who invade passive villages, kill the men, rape their widows
and enslave their orphans are not respectable.  Profiteers who
‘reveal’ situational scripture, falsely attributing words to God to
sanction their depredations and sexual proclivities are not
respectable.  Cult members who revere the above described Profit,
considering him to be the best and greatest of men and seeking to
emulate him as their role model are not respectable.  The cult
they belong to which inculcates hatred and incites genocidal conquest
and terrorism is not respectable, neither is it tolerable.
Sentient  informed  and moral persons will neither respect
nor tolerate Islam.

control the flow of information

India has recently been trying to bloc access to web
sites including Facebook and Twitter. They have also turned off cell
phone access.  Capacity to control the flow of information is not
the question: the will to squelch it is.  Muslims are using the
new technology to organize their riots and genocidal attacks as well as
spreading panic.  Squelching their new tactics without impairing
free access to the web is practically impossible.

 no speech that justifies

Islam requires no provocation, as noted above.
Cartoons, books and videos are convenient  pretexts, not
provocations. Islamic violence is never justified, only rationalized;
always commanded by Allah and exemplified by Moe.

hateful speech

Fitna,
Innocence of
Muslims
, the Motoons and The Prophet of Doom
are not hate speech, they are truthful speech.  Islam and
Muslims are indeed proper objects of hatred, just as Nazis and
Communists are, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with verbal
expression of that hatred, but the above listed publications are not
hate speech.

empowers

In
this modern world with modern
technologies, for
us to respond in that way to hateful speech empowers any individual who
engages in such speech to create chaos around the world.

We empower the worst of us if that’s how we respond.
  

The sentence quoted above is a prime example
of  Malpropism: while pretending to mount a defense of free
speech, Obamination actually reinforces the Barbarian’s attack against
it.

Innocence
of Muslims
is obviously intended to educate and stimulate deeper
study of Islam’s canon, not to provoke violence.   “creation
of chaos” and “disruption of world peace” are veiled threats used by
the OIC to rationalize their demands for imposition of their blasphemy
laws.

hateful

That word is a label used to divert attention from
the proper subject of debate and to deligitimize critics of Islam
without submission of proof.

bigoted

That word is another empty label, loaded with
emotion without substance used for distraction & deligimization.

racist

That word fills out the triumvirate of favorite
imprecations used by would be tyrants and dictators to squelch dissent
without providing facts, evidence or logic to prove evil intentions or
demonstrate the existence of actual harm or wrongdoing.

worst of us

The worst are those who claim to be the best:
Muslims and the arrogant, self-righteous, holier than though AssWholes
who do their bidding.  Obamination attaches the “worst of us”
label to the creator of Innocence of Muslims
without any justification.

 dictate the outcome

Now,
let me be clear:  Just
as we cannot solve every problem in the world, the United States has not and will
not seek to dictate the outcome of democratic transitions abroad
.

We lost the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan precisely
because we did not seek to “dictate the outcome”. We won in Germany
& Japan precisely because we did.

Constitutions enshrining the Qur’an as the basis of law in both cases
exemplify our defeat: the strategic objective of removing Afghanistan
& Iraq from the  membership in the set of terror sponsoring
states has not been obtained and never will be.

hatred as

The central organizing principle of politics
: Islam!  “Wala wal Bara”: love and hate for the sake of
Allah.

can’t deliver on the promise of freedom

Freedom is not the object of Islam: slavery
is.  Only limited government can deliver on the promise of
freedom.

what we must do together

That brand of politics only makes
it harder to achieve
what we
must do together
:
educating our children, and creating the opportunities that they
deserve; protecting human rights, and extending democracy’s promise.

Education and opportunity are national, not
international activities.  Obamination is promoting International
Socialism again.

impulses toward extremism

The correct term is Islam.  Islam and Islam
alone, as preached and practiced by Moe is falsely stamped with the
label of extremism.  Islam is extreme, by design.  There is
no moderate, benign and anodyne Islam.  It is pure, unmitigated
evil, was so from its inception and always will be.  Jihad is the
central operating principle of Islam, requiring  some enemy to
conquer. Without conquest, Islam stagnates and declines.

call of violence

Islam is the call of violence; Islam as preached and
practiced by Moe, which is incapable of reform. It must become extinct.

politics  of division

The passage of that phrase, through the lips of the
supreme practitioner of the politics of division, is a token of extreme
arrogance & narcissism, like the arrogant, super confident con man
who tips his hand, secure in the belief that his mark is too stupid to
perceive it.  No words can adequately express my disgust.

slander the prophet

The
future must not belong to those
who slander the prophet of Islam
.  But to be credible,
those who condemn that slander
must
also condemn the hate

we see in the images of Jesus Christ that are desecrated, or churches
that are destroyed, or the Holocaust that is denied.

In Shari’ah, slander is anything the hearer would
not like.  Moe commissioned hits on his critics. The future must
not belong to those who emulate him.  The future must be without
Islam.

Balanced condemnation  does not confer
credibility. Condemning “Piss Christ” and other blasphemies does not
alter the fact that the conceptual content of FitnaInnocence of Islam  & The Prophet of Doom is factually
true.  There is absolutely no justification for attempts to
criminalize criticism of Islam!

prospect of peace

Among Israelis and Palestinians,
the future must not belong to those
who turn their backs on a prospect
of peace
.
Let us leave behind those who thrive on conflict, those who reject the
right of Israel to exist.

There is no prospect of peace and can be none while
there are living Muslims on the face of the earth.  Islam thrives
on conflict and rejects the right of Jews to live and Israel to
exist.   I disrespectfully direct doubters, dissenters &
deniers to Islam’s canon for edification, which, in the case of
analencephalopaths, will be of no benefit because they are incapable of
learning.

independent, prosperous Palestine

Translation: independent, prosperous Israel.
Israel and Palestine are two names for the same location.
“Palestinians” are interlopers and illegal occupiers, not indigenous to
Israel.  Send them home and let
Israel live in peace and security.

citizens demanding their rights

In  Syria, as elsewhere in the “Arab Spring”,
the rebels are seekers of power, not citizens demanding their rights;
those have neither guns nor bombs. Only Muslim terrorists who seek
national and international domination have automatic weapons, bombs and
rpgs in those conflicts.

holding the Iranian government accountable

Who will bell the cat? Nobody, unless Israel decides
to act alone.  The Security Council can not act because Iran’s
patrons have veto power.  Iran’s tactical objective is to create
chaos by nuking Israel, which they believe will spark the return of the
mythical 12th Imam.  Twelvers are irrational, they are not subject
to the persuasion of mutually assured destruction. They welcome
“martyrdom”. Giving them “martyrdom” is the only possibility.
Letting them have nuclear rectors which generate radioactive waste
which can be used in bombs or dirty bombs is the worst of fool’s
errands.  Peace and security will only be assured if Iran is
un-Islamic or extinct.

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