Obama points the finger at Christians when talking about terrorism
President Obama made an extremely curious comment in his address at the National Prayer Breakfast:
“We are summoned to push back against those who would distort our religion for their nihilistic ends.”
“Our religion?” Was that a slip of the tongue? If he is speaking of Christians, where are the nihilists today murdering in the name of Christ that require a push back?
The president appears willing to say or do anything to avoid speaking the truth about Islam. This so-called Christian who acts the role of President of the United States is a fanatic when it comes to honoring blasphemy laws and advancing Islam’s cause. Toward that end, he recently admonished Christians and Jews for their evil deeds throughout history.
Obama preached that we’re all sinners and equated the acts of Christians throughout history with those of ISIS.
Apparently he was channeling Christ and the anti-Christ at the same time.
Here are some nuggets of sickness he spewed on Thursday, as Yahoo News reports:
President Barack Obama wants Christians to know Islam is not the only religion that has inspired violence and terror.
"Unless we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ," Obama said Wednesday. "And in our home country, slavery, and Jim Crow, all too often was justified in the name of Christ."
Obama made the comments while giving a major speech on religion at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. Citing Islamic, Jewish, and Christian scripture, Obama touted his own faith.
"This prayer tradition has brought us together, giving us the opportunity to come together in humility before the Almighty and to be reminded of what it is that we share as children of God," he said. "And certainly for me this is always a chance to reflect on my own faith journey. No matter the challenge He has been there for all of us. He certainly strengthened me through the power of his spirit."
Obama went on to condemn violent jihadists who are "betraying" Islam. He specifically called out the Islamic State group that has "carried out unspeakable acts of barbarism" in the Middle East and the militants who recently massacred the employees of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
"This is not unique to one group or one religion," Obama cautioned. "There is a tendency in us, a sinful tendency, that can pervert and distort our faith. And in today's world when hate groups have their own Twitter accounts and bigotry can fester in hidden places in cyberspace, it can be even harder to combat such intolerance. But God compels us to try."
The gist and a bit of commentary on that mangled mess of madness are:
· Christians have done terrible things in the name of Christ, such as the Crusades, so let’s all calm down about ISIS and terrorism. (Leftists love to leave out the small detail that the Christian Crusades were a response to the Islamic jihad conquest.)
· The people currently committing barbaric acts do not reflect the teachings of Islam. (False. Islamic terrorists are carrying out the teachings of the Koran.)
· All human beings have a tendency to distort their religion. (This was classic Obama making lofty statements that sound insightful and wise to idiots, but that are based on nothing. He plucks these things out of thin air.)
· Oh, and according the leader of the free world, Twitter makes it difficult to combat “hate groups.” (This is how far we have fallen. The President of the United States has announced that social media makes it extremely difficult for us to battle evil. Er, I mean,
“hate groups.” Apparently, we cannot even win a battle against Twitter.)
As usual, Obama refused to name the enemy, taking things a step further by distracting listeners with the Crusade analogy, in essence painting Christians as being as evil as ISIS. It was outrageous, and all the more despicable in light of the fact that jihadists are slaughtering Christians throughout the Middle East.
Obama was intentionally vague on some topics and intentionally specific on others. Here’s more vagueness as he disseminated more dangerous disinformation, as Breitbart reports:
“We see sectarian war in Syria, the murder of Muslims and Christians in Nigeria, religious war in the Central African Republic, a rising tide of anti-Semitism and hate crimes in Europe, so often perpetrated in the name of religion…”
“In the name of religion.”
Hmm. I wonder which religion that might be? Obama dare not say which one, so desperate is he to protect Islam while smearing Christianity. And so he feels comfortable making vague and ambiguous statements, as if any religion has been committing genocide in the Middle East and committing savage acts of torture and murder around the world.
Mark Levin summarized Obama’s double standard of vagueness vs. specificity when he noted:
“Notice, by the way, how easily the name Jesus passes his lips. Genocide in the name of Jesus. Has he ever said genocide in the name of Mohammed? Does he ever say Mohammed’s name? Never.”
Levin went on to observe that Obama paints Christians with a broad brush, but cherry picks terrorists as those who are extremists. In other words, all Christians are culpable for evil deeds, while Islam is never to blame because it is only those who distort the religion who are committing violent acts.
Obama sounded like a mash up of Islamic propaganda, a person going off the rails, an immature man-child with a massive chip on his shoulder, and someone who allows his mask to slip off bit by bit unable to fully control revelations of his true self.
So let’s shove all the garbage Obama spewed into the land fill where it belongs and be absolutely clear about Islam, death, and destruction. As written in his exceptional article at American Thinker, author Mike Konrad’s meticulous research supports the claim that Islam is “the greatest murder machine in history,” killing hundreds of millions.
There. That is the fact.
The president, on the other hand, remains disconnected from reality as he changes the course of history in shocking and unthinkable ways. Or, he is not disconnected from reality and is knowingly participating in evil.
Either way, he is a menace to free people the world over and the stake he has in the battle of good vs. evil is the wrong one.