Is anyone surprised by this news?
I feel like I’m having a flashback — déjà vu all over again!
Have we time warped back to 1978?
Is Jimmy Carter president?
Are terrorists around the world killing our innocent citizens?
Is the president taking the wrong side of foreign policy issues and empowering Muslim extremist groups?
Is he responsible for the murders of our foreign service staff then lying about having any culpability?
Is he shitting on our friends and siding with our enemies?
Is he ensuring that Islamofascist groups receive our support in order to crush moderates?
YES is the answer to all of the above, except it’s 2012 and Obama is our… president.
An even bigger enemy to this country than Carter is Barack Hussein Obama. So, here we go again. Friendly nations are asking for our help, but their calls are falling on deaf ears or being met with the characteristic indifference so prevalent in the Obama regime. Gas prices are off the charts. Our economy sucks. The world is laughing at us, and Obama only cares about aiding radical Muslim groups, abusing Israel and getting re-elected. And instead of kicking Iran’s ass, our Obungler-in-Chief is meeting with Iran’s leaders to have some “meaningful dialogue”, a liberal euphemism for kissing ass.
I’m sure Obama will be packing his prayer rug, knee pads, KY Jelly and chap-stick for the trip, he’ll definitely need them. If he’s walking a bit bowl legged when he returns, chalk it up to his particular style of “diplomacy”.
The big question is: Are we going to put a stop to Obama dragging us through the mud by voting his arrogant ass out in the November elections? We’ll know the answer to this question in 16 days. God help us if more than half the voters turn out to be stupid enough to cast their vote for Obama, a.k.a. Barry Soetoro, the Marxist rebel and child of Islam.
Jewish Group Outraged Over Egyptian’s Call for ‘Jihad’
The Simon Wiesenthal Center, a leading Jewish human rights group, has called on President Obama to sever all ties with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood after its top leader called for “holy war” against Israel.
“The Zionists only know the method of force,” the Brotherhood’s “Supreme Guide” Mohammed Badie said in a statement published in Egypt’s Al-Ahram daily.
“They will not step back from transgression, unless they are forced to. This will only be by holy jihad, and enormous sacrifices and all forms of resistance.”
Badie called on Muslims to “unite for the sake of Jerusalem and Palestine after the Jews have increased corruption on earth, spilled the blood of believers and in their actions profane holy places.”
The Brotherhood dominated recent parliamentary elections and produced the winning presidential candidate, Mohamed Morsi. He announced he was resigning from the Islamist group after his election, but essentially he heads a Muslim Brotherhood administration.
“Badie’s rant confirms our long-held view that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood is the most dangerous anti-Semitic organization in the world today,” Wiesenthal Center (SWC) dean Marvin Hier and associate dean Abraham Cooper said in a statement the day after Badie’s remarks were published.
“We are not dealing with a YouTube video or a lone extremist imam, but a call to anti-Semitic violence by a man who has tens of millions of followers and leads the organization that controls Egypt’s future. It cannot be business as usual in Washington when such an assault is launched against the Jewish people.”
The SWC urged Obama to condemn the statements and “cut off all official and unofficial U.S. contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood until they desist from their hate and war mongering.”
The SWC also called on the European Union, “endowed as the guardian of peace and security in Europe” by virtue of the 2012 Nobel peace prize, to bar entry to Badie. SWC international relations director Shimon Samuels wrote to E.U. Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso, describing Badie’s statement as an “outrageous incitement to murder by the religious authority of a movement of millions.”
Three days after Badie’s remarks were published, the Muslim Brotherhood denied that he had called for a “holy jihad” against Israel, according to Egypt’s Daily News.
The SWC responded on its website: “The Simon Wiesenthal Center rejects the laughable denial by the Muslim Brotherhood spokesman that its Supreme Guide never made such statements.
“The Wiesenthal Center has been following the Muslim Brotherhood for many years and we are not surprised that they would heap such a bald-faced lie upon the Supreme Guide’s hateful and shameful anti-Semitic attack. We reiterate our call to President Obama to publicly condemn Badie’s attack and order the cutoff of all official and unofficial contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood.”
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is one of the largest international Jewish human rights organizations with over 400,000 members.