Spot-on comment on Barack Hussein Obama and Islam
Barack Hussein Obama denies a Muslim faith, but his Islamic background repeatedly bolstered the fear that he favors Eastern thought and values. Much as the abused child or wife consistently returns to the abuser, a child whose father turned his back to him will attempt all the more to win his father's favor. I believe Obama has an affection for Islam because of his formative years spent in that environment and his attempt to vicariously ingratiate himself to his Kenyan father that abandoned Obama and his mother. For those reasons and centuries of ingrained anti-Semitism, this President sees his position as an opportunity to foster greater Western Islamic growth than has ever been realized before. He does so under the guise of being one with American culture and the Founding Fathers. It should always be borne in mind that the Qur'an instructs the Muslim to hide one's faith and beliefs from nonbelievers by deceiving them.
Those that would have you believe they are of a "progressive" liberal mind have embraced these seemingly irreverent actions to demonstrate their solidarity. In contrast, we who feel a solid rationality to support Israel as a true democracy stand sorely alone as pariah within the world community. Obama has insidiously infused American society with the same subtle mindset that more aggressively seized hold of Germany and Eastern Bloc countries in the early half of the 20th century. History is repeating itself. This time, though, fewer people find it abhorrent because Islam is 10 times greater in number than Nazi Germany and, in proportion, Jews are far fewer. The world sees Jews and Israel as an itch that it wants to scratch. Were it not for the exceptional achievements of the Israeli and Jewish culture, we would have been exterminated long ago.
Incredibly, many American Jews have chosen to turn the other way. Ironically, many Christians within the United States support Israeli values because they see Jerusalem and Israel as a common birthplace homeland to both faiths. Some people might not agree with me, but I believe, whether you are Jewish or Christian, you would be interested to listen to the 700 Club and Pat Robertson. Those who once thought Robertson to be a radical would find his affection for Israel and this Nation appears to be far more sincere than the man who occupies our White House. I am interested to hear his spin on Hagel. Radical as I may sound to some, including my own son, I am convinced it is this President's agenda to convert the very fabric of this Nation to a 'face' the Founding Fathers would never recognize. He will attempt to achieve it by an alliance with Muslims and Palestine while distancing himself and us from Israel. I wish I was wrong; but I am convinced I am right. Pay close attention to your true friends and those that are not.