Obanination: UN Shitspew
Obanination: UN Shitspew
The narcissist imagines himself
President of the World giving his annual State of the World
Address to the global parliament.
I selected the most egregious and significant lies
for exposure below the transcript. Each lie is linked to my comments
which follow the transcript. Each link has a title invoked by the
Remarks by President Obama in Address to the
United Nations General Assembly
United Nations General Assembly Hall
New York City, New York
10:13 A.M. EDT
PRESIDENT OBAMA: Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, fellow
delegates, ladies and gentlemen: We come together at a crossroads
between war and peace; between disorder and integration; between fear
Around the globe, there are
signposts of progress. The shadow of World War that existed at
the founding of this institution has been lifted, and the prospect of
war between major powers reduced. The ranks of member states has
more than tripled, and more people live under governments they elected.
Hundreds of millions of human beings have been freed from the prison of
poverty, with the proportion of those living in extreme poverty cut in
half. And the world economy continues to strengthen after the
worst financial crisis of our lives.
Today, whether you live in
downtown Manhattan or in my grandmother’s village more than 200 miles
from Nairobi, you can hold in your hand more information than the
world’s greatest libraries. Together, we’ve learned how to cure
disease and harness the power of the wind and the sun. The very
existence of this institution is a unique achievement — the people of
the world 7, and to solve their problems together. I often tell
young people in the United States that despite the headlines, this is
the best time in human history to be born, for you are more likely than
ever before to be literate, to be healthy, to be free to pursue your
And yet there is a pervasive
unease in our world — a sense that the very forces that have brought
us together have created new dangers and made it difficult for any
single nation to insulate itself from global forces. As we gather
here, an outbreak of Ebola overwhelms public health systems in West
Africa and threatens to move rapidly across borders. Russian
aggression in Europe recalls the days when large nations trampled small
ones in pursuit of territorial ambition. The brutality of terrorists in
Syria and Iraq forces us to look into the heart of darkness.
Each of these problems demands
urgent attention. But they are also symptoms of a broader problem
— the failure of our international system to keep pace with an
interconnected world. We, collectively, have not invested
adequately in the public health capacity of developing
countries. Too often, we have failed to enforce international
norms when it’s inconvenient to do so. And we have not confronted
forcefully enough the intolerance, sectarianism, and hopelessness that
feeds violent extremism in too many parts of the globe.
Fellow delegates, we come
together as united nations with a choice to make. We can renew
the international system that has enabled so much progress, or we can
allow ourselves to be pulled back by an undertow of instability.
We can reaffirm our collective responsibility to confront global
problems, or be swamped by more and more outbreaks of
instability. And for America, the choice is clear: We
choose hope over fear. We see the future not as something out of
our control, but as something we can shape for the better through
concerted and collective effort. We reject fatalism or cynicism
when it comes to human affairs. We choose to work for the world
as it should be, as our children deserve it to be.
There is much that must be done
to meet the test of this moment. But today I’d like to focus on
two defining questions at the root of so many of our challenges —
whether the nations here today will be able to renew the purpose of the
UN’s founding; and whether we will come together to reject the cancer of violent
First, all of us — big nations
and small — must meet our responsibility to observe and enforce
international norms. We are here because others realized that we
gain more from cooperation than conquest. One hundred years ago,
a World War claimed the lives of many millions, proving that with the
terrible power of modern weaponry, the cause of empire ultimately leads
to the graveyard. It would take another World War to roll back
the forces of fascism, the notions of racial supremacy, and form this
United Nations to ensure that no nation can subjugate its neighbors and
claim their territory.
Recently, Russia’s actions in
Ukraine challenge this post-war order. Here are the facts.
After the people of Ukraine mobilized popular protests and calls for
reform, their corrupt president fled. Against the will of the
government in Kyiv, Crimea was annexed. Russia poured arms into
eastern Ukraine, fueling violent separatists and a conflict that has
killed thousands. When a civilian airliner was shot down from
areas that these proxies controlled, they refused to allow access to
the crash for days. When Ukraine started to reassert control over
its territory, Russia gave up the pretense of merely supporting the
separatists, and moved troops across the border.
This is a vision of the world in
which might makes right — a world in which one nation’s borders can be
redrawn by another, and civilized people are not allowed to recover the
remains of their loved ones because of the truth that might be
revealed. America stands for something different. We believe that
right makes might — that bigger nations should not be able to bully
smaller ones, and that people should be able to choose their own future.
And these are simple truths, but
they must be defended. America and our allies will support the people
of Ukraine as they develop their democracy and economy. We will
reinforce our NATO Allies and uphold our commitment to collective
self-defense. We will impose a cost on Russia for aggression, and
we will counter falsehoods with the truth. And we call upon
others to join us on the right side of history — for while small gains
can be won at the barrel of a gun, they will ultimately be turned back
if enough voices support the freedom of nations and peoples to make
their own decisions.
Moreover, a different path is
available — the path of diplomacy and peace, and the ideals this
institution is designed to uphold. The recent cease-fire
agreement in Ukraine offers an opening to achieve those
objectives. If Russia takes that path — a path that for
stretches of the post-Cold War period resulted in prosperity for the
Russian people — then we will lift our sanctions and welcome Russia’s
role in addressing common challenges. After all, that’s what the
United States and Russia have been able to do in past years — from
reducing our nuclear stockpiles to meeting our obligations under the
Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, to cooperating to remove and destroy
Syria’s declared chemical weapons. And that’s the kind of
cooperation we are prepared to pursue again — if Russia changes
This speaks to a central
question of our global age — whether we will solve our problems
together, in a spirit of mutual interest and mutual respect, or whether
we descend into the destructive rivalries of the past. When
nations find common ground, not simply based on power, but on
principle, then we can make enormous progress. And I stand before
you today committed to investing American strength to working with all
nations to address the problems we face in the 21st century.
As we speak, America is
deploying our doctors and scientists — supported by our military — to
help contain the outbreak of Ebola and pursue new treatments. But
we need a broader effort to stop a disease that could kill hundreds of
thousands, inflict horrific suffering, destabilize economies, and move
rapidly across borders. It’s easy to see this as a distant
problem — until it is not. And that is why we will continue to
mobilize other countries to join us in making concrete commitments,
significant commitments to fight this outbreak, and enhance our system
of global health security for the long term.
America is pursuing a diplomatic
resolution to the Iranian nuclear issue, as part o4f our commitment to
stop the spread of nuclear weapons and pursue the peace and security of
a world without them. And this can only take place if Iran seizes
opportunity. My message to Iran’s leaders and people
has been simple and consistent: Do not let this opportunity
pass. We can reach a solution that meets your energy needs while
assuring the world that your program is peaceful.
America is and will continue to
be a Pacific power, promoting peace, stability, and the free flow of
commerce among nations. But we will insist that all nations abide
by the rules of the road, and resolve their territorial
disputes peacefully, consistent with international law.
That’s how the Asia-Pacific has grown. And that’s the only way to
protect this progress going forward.
America is committed to a
development agenda that eradicates extreme poverty by 2030. We
will do our part to help people feed themselves, power their economies,
and care for their sick. If the world acts together, we can make
sure that all of our children enjoy lives of opportunity and
America is pursuing ambitious
reductions in our carbon emissions, and we’ve increased our investments
in clean energy. We will do our part, and help developing nations do
theirs. But the science tells us we can only succeed in combating
climate change if we are joined in this effort by every other nation,
by every major power. That’s how we can protect this planet for
our children and our grandchildren.
In other words, on issue after
issue, we cannot rely on a rule book written for a different
century. If we lift our eyes beyond our borders — if we think
globally and if we act cooperatively — we can shape the course of this
century, as our predecessors shaped the post-World War II age.
But as we look to the future, one issue risks a cycle of conflict that
could derail so much progress, and that is the cancer of violent
extremism that has ravaged so many parts of the Muslim world.
Of course, terrorism is not
new. Speaking before this Assembly, President Kennedy put it
well: “Terror is not a new weapon,” he said. “Throughout
history it has been used by those who could not prevail, either by
persuasion or example.” In the 20th century, terror was used by
all manner of groups who failed to come to power through public
support. But in this century, we have faced a more lethal and
ideological brand of terrorists who have perverted
one of the world’s great religions. With access to technology
that allows small groups to do great harm, they
have embraced a nightmarish vision that would divide the world into
adherents and infidels — killing as many innocent civilians as
possible, employing the most brutal methods to intimidate people within
I have made it clear that
America will not base our entire foreign policy on reacting to
terrorism. Instead, we’ve waged a focused campaign
against al Qaeda and its associated forces — taking out their
leaders, denying them the safe havens they rely on. At the same time, we have reaffirmed
again and again that the United States is not and never will be at war
with Islam. Islam teaches peace. Muslims the
world over aspire to live with dignity and a sense of justice. And when it comes to America and Islam, there
is no us and them, there is only us — because millions of Muslim
Americans are part of the fabric of our country.
So we reject any suggestion of a
clash of civilizations. Belief in permanent religious
war is the misguided refuge of extremists who cannot build or
create anything, and therefore peddle only fanaticism and hate.
And it is no exaggeration to say that humanity’s future depends on us
uniting against those who would divide us along the fault lines of
tribe or sect, race or religion.
But this is not simply a matter
of words. Collectively, we must take
concrete steps to address the danger posed by religiously motivated
fanatics, and the trends that fuel their recruitment.
Moreover, this campaign against extremism goes beyond a narrow security
challenge. For while we’ve degraded methodically core al Qaeda
and supported a transition to a sovereign Afghan
government, extremist ideology has shifted to other
places — particularly in the Middle East and North Africa, where a quarter of young people have no job, where
food and water could grow scarce, where corruption is rampant and
sectarian conflicts have become
increasingly hard to contain.
As an international community,
we must meet this challenge with a focus on four areas. First, the terrorist
group known as ISIL must be degraded and ultimately destroyed.
This group has terrorized all
who they come across in Iraq and Syria. Mothers, sisters,
daughters have been subjected to rape as a weapon of war.
Innocent children have been gunned down. Bodies have been dumped
in mass graves. Religious minorities have been starved to
death. In the most horrific crimes imaginable, innocent human
beings have been beheaded, with videos of the atrocity distributed to shock the conscience of the world.
No God condones this terror.
No grievance justifies
these actions. There can be no reasoning — no negotiation —
with this brand of evil. The only language understood by
killers like this is the language of force. So the United States
of America will work with a broad coalition to dismantle
this network of death.
In this effort, we do not act
alone — nor do we intend to send U.S. troops to occupy foreign
lands. Instead, we will support Iraqis and Syrians fighting to
reclaim their communities. We will use our military might in a
campaign of airstrikes to roll back ISIL. We will train and
equip forces fighting against these terrorists on the ground.
We will work to cut off their financing, and to stop the flow of
fighters into and out of the region. And already, over 40 nations
have offered to join this coalition.
Today, I ask the world to join
in this effort. Those who have joined ISIL should leave the
battlefield while they can. Those who continue to fight for a
hateful cause will find they are increasingly alone. For we will
not succumb to threats, and we will demonstrate that the future belongs
to those who build — not those who destroy. So that’s an
immediate challenge, the first challenge that we must meet.
It is one of the tasks of all
great religions to accommodate devout faith with a modern,
multicultural world. No children are born hating, and no children
— anywhere — should be educated to hate other people. There
should be no more tolerance of so-called clerics who call upon people
to harm innocents because they’re Jewish, or because they’re Christian,
or because they’re Muslim. It is time for a new compact among the
civilized peoples of this world to eradicate war at its most
fundamental source, and that is the corruption of young minds by
That means cutting off the
funding that fuels this hate. It’s time to end the hypocrisy of
those who accumulate wealth through the global economy and then siphon
funds to those who teach children to tear it down.
That means contesting the space
that terrorists occupy, including the Internet and social media.
Their propaganda has coerced young people to travel abroad to fight
their wars, and turned students — young people full of potential —
into suicide bombers. We must offer an alternative vision.
That means bringing people of
different faiths together. All religions have been attacked by
extremists from within at some point, and all people of faith have a responsibility
to lift up the value at the heart of all great religions: Do unto
thy neighbor as you would do — you would have done unto yourself.
The ideology of ISIL or
al Qaeda or Boko Haram will wilt and die if it is consistently exposed and
confronted and refuted in the light of day. Look at the new
Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies — Sheikh bin Bayyah
described its purpose: “We must declare war on war, so
the outcome will be peace upon peace.” Look at the young British
Muslims who responded to terrorist propaganda by starting the
“NotInMyName” campaign, declaring, “ISIS is hiding behind a false
Islam.” Look at the Christian and Muslim leaders who came
together in the Central African Republic to reject violence; listen to
the Imam who said, “Politics try to divide the religious in our
country, but religion
shouldn’t be a cause of hate, war, or strife.”
Later today, the Security
Council will adopt a resolution that underscores the responsibility of
states to counter violent extremism. But resolutions must be
followed by tangible commitments, so we’re accountable when we fall
short. Next year, we should all be
prepared to announce the concrete steps that we have taken to counter
extremist ideologies in our own countries — by getting intolerance
out of schools, stopping radicalization before it spreads, and
promoting institutions and programs that build new bridges of
Third, we must address the cycle
of conflict — especially sectarian conflict — that creates the
conditions that terrorists prey upon.
There is nothing new about wars
within religions. Christianity endured centuries of vicious
sectarian conflict. Today, it is violence within Muslim
communities that has become the source of so much human misery.
It is time to acknowledge the destruction wrought by proxy wars and
terror campaigns between Sunni and Shia across the Middle East.
And it is time that political, civic and religious leaders reject
sectarian strife. So let’s be clear: This is a fight that no one is winning.
A brutal civil war in Syria has already killed nearly 200,000 people,
displaced millions. Iraq has come perilously close to plunging
back into the abyss. The conflict has created a fertile
recruiting ground for terrorists who inevitably export this violence.
The good news is we also see
signs that this tide could be reversed. We have a new, inclusive government in Baghdad; a
new Iraqi Prime Minister welcomed by his neighbors; Lebanese factions
rejecting those who try to provoke war. And these steps must be
followed by a broader truce. Nowhere is this more necessary than
Together with our partners,
America is training and equipping the Syrian opposition
to be a counterweight to the terrorists of ISIL and the brutality
of the Assad regime. But the only lasting solution to Syria’s
civil war is political — an inclusive political transition that
responds to the legitimate aspirations of all Syrian citizens,
regardless of ethnicity, regardless of creed.
Cynics may argue that such an
outcome can never come to pass. But there is no other way for
this madness to end — whether one year from now or ten. And it points to the fact
that it’s time for a broader negotiation in the region in which major
powers address their differences directly, honestly, and peacefully
across the table from one another, rather than through gun-wielding
proxies. I can promise you America will remain engaged in the
region, and we are prepared to engage in that effort.
My fourth and final point is a
simple one: The countries of the Arab and Muslim world must focus
on the extraordinary potential of their people — especially the youth.
And here I’d like to speak
directly to young people across the Muslim world. You
come from a great tradition that stands for education, not ignorance;
innovation, not destruction; the dignity of life, not murder.
Those who call you away from this path are betraying this tradition,
not defending it.
You have demonstrated that when
young people have the tools to succeed — good schools, education in
math and science, an economy that nurtures creativity and
entrepreneurship — then societies will flourish. So America will
partner with those that promote that vision.
Where women are full
participants in a country’s politics or economy, societies are more
likely to succeed. And that’s why we support the participation of
women in parliaments and peace processes, schools and the economy.
If young people live in places
where the only option is between the dictates of a state, or the lure
of an extremist underground, then no counterterrorism strategy can
succeed. But where a genuine civil society is allowed to flourish
— where people can express their views,
and organize peacefully for a better life — then you dramatically
expand the alternatives to terror.
And such positive change need
not come at the expense of tradition and faith. We see this in
Iraq, where a young man started a library for his peers. “We link
Iraq’s heritage to their hearts,” he said, and “give them a reason to
stay.” We see it in Tunisia, where secular and Islamist parties
worked together through a political process to produce a new
constitution. We see it in Senegal, where civil society thrives
alongside a strong democratic government. We see it in Malaysia,
where vibrant entrepreneurship is propelling a former colony into the
ranks of advanced economies. And we see it in Indonesia, where
what began as a violent transition has evolved into a genuine
Now, ultimately, the task of
rejecting sectarianism and rejecting extremism is a generational
task — and a task for the people of the Middle East
themselves. No external power can bring about a transformation of hearts
and minds. But America will be a respectful and constructive
partner. We will neither tolerate terrorist safe havens, nor act
as an occupying power. We will take action against threats to our
security and our allies, while building an architecture of
counterterrorism cooperation. We will increase efforts to lift up
those who counter extremist ideologies and who seek to resolve
sectarian conflict. And we will expand our programs to support
entrepreneurship and civil society, education and youth — because,
ultimately, these investments are the best antidote to violence.
We recognize as well that
leadership will be necessary to address the conflict
between Palestinians and Israelis. As bleak as the landscape
appears, America will not give up on the pursuit of peace.
Understand, the situation in Iraq and Syria and Libya should cure
anybody of the illusion that the Arab-Israeli conflict is the main
source of problems in the region. For far too long, that’s been
used as an excuse to distract people from problems at home. The
violence engulfing the region today has made too many Israelis ready to
abandon the hard work of peace. And that’s something worthy of
reflection within Israel.
Because let’s be clear:
The status quo in the West Bank and Gaza is not sustainable. We
cannot afford to turn away from this effort — not when rockets are
fired at innocent Israelis, or the lives of so many Palestinian
children are taken from us in Gaza. So long as I am President, we will
stand up for the principle that Israelis, Palestinians, the region and
the world will be more just and more safe with two states living side by side,
in peace and security.
So this is what America is
prepared to do: Taking action against immediate threats, while
pursuing a world in which the need for such action is diminished.
The United States will never shy away from defending our interests, but
we will also not shy away from the promise of this institution and its
Universal Declaration of Human Rights — the notion that peace is not
merely the absence of war, but the presence of a better life.
I realize that America’s critics
will be quick to point out that at times we too have failed to live up
to our ideals; that America has plenty of problems within its own
borders. This is true. In a summer marked by instability in
the Middle East and Eastern Europe, I
know the world also took notice of the small American city of Ferguson,
Missouri — where a young man was killed, and a community was
divided. So, yes, we have our own racial and ethnic
tensions. And like every country, we continually wrestle with how
to reconcile the vast changes wrought by globalization and greater
diversity with the traditions that we hold dear.
But we welcome the scrutiny of
the world — because what you see in America is a country that has
steadily worked to address our problems, to make our union more
perfect, to bridge the divides that existed at the founding of this
nation. America is not the same as it was 100 years ago, or 50
years ago, or even a decade ago. Because we fight for our ideals,
and we are willing to criticize ourselves when we fall short.
Because we hold our leaders accountable, and insist on a free press and
independent judiciary. Because we address our differences in the
open space of democracy — with respect for the rule of law; with a
place for people of every race and every religion; and with an
unyielding belief in the ability of individual men and women to change
their communities and their circumstances and their countries for the
After nearly six years as
President, I believe that this promise can help light the world.
Because I have seen a longing for positive change — for peace and for
freedom and for opportunity and for the end to bigotry — in the eyes
of young people who I’ve met around the globe.
They remind me that no matter
who you are, or where you come from, or what you look like, or what God
you pray to, or who you love, there is something
fundamental that we all share. Eleanor Roosevelt, a champion
of the UN and America’s role in it, once asked, “Where, after all, do
universal human rights begin? In small places,” she said, “close
to home — so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps
of the world. Yet they are the world of the individual person;
the neighborhood he lives in; the school or college he attends; the
factory, farm or office where he works.”
Around the world, young people
are moving forward hungry for a better world. Around the world,
in small places, they’re overcoming hatred and bigotry and
sectarianism. And they’re learning to respect each other, despite
The people of the world now look
to us, here, to be as decent, and as dignified, and as courageous as
they are trying to be in their daily lives. And at this
crossroads, I can promise you that the United States of America will
not be distracted or deterred from what must be done. We are
heirs to a proud legacy of freedom, and we’re prepared to do what is
necessary to secure that legacy for generations to come. I ask
that you join us in this common mission, for today’s children and
Thank you very much.
There is no possible peaceful resolution to
existential conflict. We can not compromise on death and enslavement.
Its all or nothing, them or us.
Iran is run by Twelvers. They believe that, by
bringing about Armageddon, they can put a final end to the existence of
kuffar. Their objective is global conquest, they can not be deterred.
The genocidal actions of ISIS compel
open minded observers to examine the damnable doctrines of Islam which
motivate those actions.
- Only Allah has the right to be worshipped. There is no right to
- Only Allah has the right to rule and govern. All un-Islamic
governments must be conquered.
- Disbelief is an evil which must be removed from the world by
Islam or death. Disbelievers must be converted or killed.
- Jihad is ordained for Muslims. They go to war or go to Hell.
- Acts of terrorism performed to injure or enrage disbelievers are
imputed to the Muslim as righteous good deeds to be weighed against his
sins on Judgment Day,
- Further details here:
The self-appointed dictator of the world is pushing
for international socialism. He wants to impoverish us to feather other
The reference to international norms relates to the
use of chemical weapons in Syria. it could just as easily be applied to
the reluctance to respond to the genocide in Iraq in a timely manner.
Its the same old lie: “terrorism is caused by
hoplessness, ignorance, illness, poverty, repression, occupation”…
name your preferred grievance meme.
Terrorism is caused by intrinsic
Islamic doctrines enshrined in the Qur’an and exemplified in hadith
Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220.
For further detail, see:
Islam is the cancer, radiation is one answer. There
is no extremism, there is only Islam: as defined and exemplified by
Islam has not been hijacked, perverted nor
distorted. The Qur’an commands Muslims to engage in terrorism. It
promises a reward for terrorism. Moe said that he was “made
victorious with terror”. Get a clue.
Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220.
Its the same old lie: Islam has not been perverted,
distorted or hijacked. It is evil by design, from its inception.
Terrorists act in obedience to Allah; emulating Moe. Get a clue.
Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220.
For further detail, see:
Islam is not a religion, it is a deen: all inclusive way
of life. Its religious component is Jihad, defined in Islamic law as
“war against non-Muslims”.
Because Islam is mercenary and martial, it is not
entitled to protection under the umbra of the first amendment’s free
Its Islam, Stupid!!! The damnable doctrines which
drive terrorism are intrinsic to Islam; enshrined in the Qur’an and
exemplified in hadith. Get a clue.
Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220.
For further detail, see:
Its Islam, stupid!! By any other name, a skunk
stinks. Islam, Boko Haram, ISIL, ISIS, Al-Qaeda, HAMAS, Hizbollah &
PLO: Islam, damn it!!! The whole ball of feces is based on the
Qur’an and hadith; dependent for its perpetuation on belief in Allah,
its threat & promise.
For too long we have elected a series of fools and
traitors. Otherwise, Congress would have declared, and we would be
waging war to eradicate islam from the face of the earth. Islam
is and has always been at war against us. Islam is perpetual war
against everything not Islamic.
Islam’s version of peace is Dar Ul-Islam: the world
after it completes its conquest of Dar Ul-Harb. While there is
Islam, there will be no peace. Islamic scripture, tradition &
jurisprudence declare perpetual war. Get a clue.
Muslims are not here to assimilate. They are here to
conquer. Moe emigratede to Yatthrib and took it over, making it into
Medina where he built his army in preparation for the conquest of
We need to expel and exclude Muslims from the lands
of Western Civilization.
What did the four “rightly guided caliphs” do? Islam
is permanent war.
Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220.
Its Islam, Stupid!!! Without Islam there would be no
Islamic terrorism. Terrorism does not result from poverty, repression,
suppression, oppression, occupation, ignorance, illness, idleness or
any other real or imagined grievance, it flows from belief in Allah,
his imperatives, threat and promise. Go to war or go to Hell. Fight
them until…. Get extra credit for any step taken to injure or enrage
disbelievers. Its Islam, Stupid. Eradicate it!!!
Afghanistan and Iraq are populated and governed by
Muslims. Islamic law is the source of their legislation and their
constitutions prohibit any law contrary to Shari’ah. We wasted
every drop of blood, arm, leg and life; every dollar we spent because
we did not eradicate Islam.
Only Allah has the right to be worshipped. Only
Allah has the right to rule and govern. Disbelievers must be converted
or killed. The blood flows from those ideas.
Their job is making Allah’s word: Islam dominate the
earth. Its Jihad. Education, employment, health and wealth have nothing
to do with it. Terrorism flows from the damnable doctrines of Islam,
not from grievances or conditions.
The conflict between Shi’ia & Sunni is a matter
of power: who will rule and receive the plunder and Jizya. When they
kill each other, they are doing our work for us. Take bets, but stay
out of it. Islam; all Muslims are our enemies, neither friends,
partners nor allies.
Did we win WWII by defeating Panzers &
Kamikazis? We defeated Germany & Japan.
We invaded Afghanistan &
Iraq, setting up unstable, weak Islamic regimes. Did that end
We killed Usama Bin Ladin and
several of his top associates, capturing others. Obamination told us
that Al-Qaeda was defeated, on the run. Did that end terroism?
Islam is the enemy, the rest is persiflage. The war will not be over
until there are no believing
Muslims left alive on the earth.
The world does not have a conscience, individuals
do. Terrorism is performed to instill terror: to weaken the will and
resolve to resist attack. The Qur’an describes terror in terms of
children turning hoary headed, nursing mothers dropping their infants,
pregnant women aborting their loads, knees buckling and hands
trembling. Those descriptions refer to Judgment Day, but
give us clues as to what is meant by 3.151, 8.12,
8.57, 8.60, 59.2 & 59.13.
Can you get a clue? What did Allah say about
terror? “I will cast terror”, “Allah cast terror” , “to strike
terror”,”to terrify thereby”. . Terrorism is an intrinsic sacrament of
and killing monks & nuns is proscribed because of bad public
relations, Islamic doctrines sanctify and
mandate them. While deliberate killing of women and children is
proscribed because they are “property for Muslims”terrorism is an
intrinsic sacrament of Islam. So is genocide.
What are you doing with Iran? Are you negotiating
over their nuclear arms program? The Mullahs are Muslims,
motivated to obtain nukes by the damnable doctrines of Islam.
What are you demanding that
Israel do with HAMAS? HAMAS is another sub set of Islam, they are
terrorists. Why in Hell should Israel negotiate with them or make any
concessions to them???
Dismantle Islam. Cause the Ummah to cease believing
in Allah, its threat & promise or usher them into Hell. Who has the
political will to take either course of action?
When ISIS forces were forming a nice neat line of
trucks several miles long, a single A10 with cannon blazing and an
Apache to pick off the survivors could have taken care of the problem,
preventing the fall of Mosul and saving thousands of lives. You played
golf and went fund raising while Iraq was burning. You did not strike
while the iron was hot.
We helped Mujahideen drive Russia out of
Afghanistan. What was the outcome? Can you get a clue?
Rebel forces against the Syrian
regime are Muslims. They are not our friends. They are not our allies.
They are our enemies. Can you learn from sad experience in Libya?
Not with fecal matter where your brain should be.
- Only Allah has the right to be worshipped.
- Only Allah has the right to rule and govern.
- Disbelievers must be converted or killed.
Give them an alternative to Islam:
Christianity. Cause them to engage in doubt and introspection.
Show them evidence of the true character and works of Allah &
Moe. Induce mass apostasy.
close to you, and let them
find harshness in you, and know that Allâh is with those who are
the Al-Muttaqûn (the pious – see V.2:2).
9:23. O you who believe! Take not for Auliyâ’
(supporters and helpers) your fathers and your brothers if they prefer
disbelief to Belief. And whoever of you does so, then he is one of the
Zâlimûn (wrong-doers, etc.).
9:73. O Prophet (Muhammad )! Strive hard against the disbelievers and
the hypocrites, and be harsh against them, their abode is Hell,
– and worst indeed is that destination.
Its Islam, Stupid!!! Only Allah has the right to be
worshipped. Only Allah has the right to govern. Disbelievers must be
converted or Killed.
Shrub did not expose and confront Islam, he praised
it as a “great religion of peace”. Obamination will not expose and
confront Islam, continuing to repeat the tired string of lies in this
speech to the General Assembly.
War is not an enemy, it is an evil action.
Terrorism is not an enemy, it is a tactic used by the enemy.
Declare and wage a war of extermination on Islam if you love life,
liberty and peace.
Islam is, by design, a cause of hate, war, genocide
and terrorism. Its founder got his income by the tip of his spear:
through plunder and extortion. Before each ghazwat, he prayed to “the
lord of the devils” for “the good of this town and all that is in it”,
meaning the women and children to be enslaved and their property to be
plundered. If in doubt, turn to The Life of Muhammad and 8.67 to obtain complete clarity.
Counter Islam’s damnable doctrines of perpetual,
genocidal, terrorist war. There is no extremism, there is only Islam as
Moe preached and practiced it for Muslims to emulate at all times, in
Get the Qur’an & hadith out of madrassahs. Stop
the manifesting and propagation of Islam. Read the Qur’an and obtain a
Islâm, it will never be accepted of him, and in the Hereafter he will
be one of the losers.
3:110. You [true believers in Islâmic Monotheism,
and real followers of Prophet Muhammad and his Sunnah (legal
ways, etc.)] are the best of peoples ever raised up for mankind; you
enjoin Al-Ma’rûf (i.e. Islâmic Monotheism and all that Islâm has
ordained) and forbid Al-Munkar (polytheism, disbelief and all that
Islâm has forbidden), and you believe in Allâh. And had the people of
the Scripture (Jews and Christians) believed, it would have been better
for them; among them are some who have faith, but most of them are
Al-Fâsiqûn (disobedient to Allâh – and rebellious against Allâh’s
Narrated Abu Huraira:
The Verse:–“You (true Muslims) are the best of peoples ever raised up
for mankind.” means, the best of peoples for the people, as you bring
them with chains on their necks till they embrace Islam.
Radical, radicalization & extremist are false
memes. Islam is Islam. Participation in genocidal, terrorist Jihad is a
function of belief, nothing else. The Qur’an has clues for you,
read it and curse Islam!
Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220.
When Sunni & Shi’ia kill each other, we win. The
path to peace leads thru the Islamic cemetery.
Great idea! Lets put the Mafia in charge of the FBI
and stack DHS with Muslim Brotherhood members. Afghanistan and
Iraq are lost causes and will continue as such while populated and
governed by Muslims.
Muslims. Our enemies, not our allies. Obamination is
too stupid to learn the lesson of Libya.
First, he says
there is no negotiating with terrorists. next he calls for broader
negotiation in the region. Which state in the region is not
dominated by Muslims?? Why should Israel negotiate with
Its Islam, Stupid!!! It stands for conquest;
genocidal imperialism. Its traditions are in the hadith &
Sira. Read the Jihad book of any of the six canonical hadith
The braying ass said that Islam stands for human
dignity. That Goddamn lie is one of the easiest to dispatch. For
the factual evidence, turn to Sahih Bukhari.
Narrated Anas bin Malik:
Allah’s Apostle said, “I have been ordered
to fight the people till they say: ‘None has the right to be worshipped
but Allah.’ And if they say so, pray like our prayers, face our Qibla
and slaughter as we slaughter, then their blood and property will be
sacred to us and we will not interfere with them except legally and
their reckoning will be with Allah.” Narrated Maimun ibn Siyah
that he asked Anas bin Malik, “O Abu Hamza! What makes the life and
property of a person sacred?” He replied, “Whoever says, ‘None has the
right to be worshipped but Allah’, faces our Qibla during the prayers,
prays like us and eats our slaughtered animal, then he is a Muslim, and
has got the same rights and obligations as other Muslims have.”
Your blood and treasure are not sacred to Muslims: its open season! You
have no human rights until you become Muslim. So much for
Exactly how would any other battle tactic be an
improvement?? Islam is a war crime: predation upon the human race.
Islam entails attack, plunder, rape and slavery. Those are intrinsic
sacraments, not subject to reformation.
If you seek peace and security,
make Islam extinct.
Are the foundational doctrines and practices
intrinsic to Islam extreme or are they normative? What did Moe
say about terrorism? What did Allah say about it? What did Moe
do? He cast terror by assasinations and barbarian rapine.
Islam must be rejected.
Show them the true character and works of the demon
they worship and its profiteer. Cause those who retain a scintilla of
vestigial morality to apostatize and usher the recalcitrant remainder
Old Harry demonstrated it on Japan decades ago to
The conflict is existential. Muslims can not
tolerate the existence of Jews and Israel. Islam was designed to rope
in Jews. Most of them recognized the fraud and laughed it to scorn.
That offended moe in the worst way.
Allah promised permanent
conquest in 13.41. By recovering a fragment of her ancient
patrimony conquered by Umar, Israel is the ultimate blasphemy: living
proof that Allah is an impotent idol.
Israel can only obtain secure peace by exterminating
One state: Israel, with no living Muslims within
rocket range. There is no alternative.
The racist demagogue can not resist dragging in a
domestic issue. Brown was shot as a result of assaulting a police
officer. The cop is not at fault. Obamination is exploiting
the issue in hopes of starting a race war.
Muslims do not attack us because of real or imagined
imperfections or actions, they attack us because we are not Muslims.
Look up the Barbary Wars and see what Sidi told Thomas Jefferson if you
We do not
share human values with Muslims. Muslims love death more than we love
life. To them, this world is but play and pass time, the real action is
in Allah’s celestial bordello described in Surah 78.31.
play and amusement. But far better is the house in the Hereafter for
those who are AlMuttaqûn (the pious – see V.2:2). Will you not then