The Obambi-man can…

The Obama Infatuation

Al BeBeeCeera reports:

Tonight the Obambi circus is on the way to Egypt, where America’s first Muslim POTUS will deliver his super duper unifying speech al Al Azahr university, this bastion of higher (Islamic) learning. Among other things, the Obambi-man will also lecture the Muselmaniacs about our ‘shared values’ like free speech and freedom of religion. He didn’t mention anything about freedom from religion…


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Is the press giving the president a free pass?

The Obama infatuation is a great unreported story of our time. Has any recent president basked in so much favorable media coverage? Well, maybe John Kennedy for a moment, but no president since. On the whole, this is not healthy for America. More>>

Christopher Hitchens:

The Government long ago admitted that it had no idea how many immigrants, legal or illegal, were in the country. The Minister for Immigration should perhaps think himself fortunate that he is only being ridiculed, rather than being considered responsible for the general contempt in which the Government holds the electorate. More>>

American capitalism gone with a whimper

It must be said, that like the breaking of a great dam, the American decent into Marxism is happening with breath taking speed, against the back drop of a passive, hapless sheeple, excuse me dear reader, I meant people.

True, the situation has been well prepared on and off for the past century, especially the past twenty years. The initial testing grounds was conducted upon our Holy Russia and a bloody test it was. But we Russians would not just roll over and give up our freedoms and our souls, no matter how much money Wall Street poured into the fists of the Marxists.

Those lessons were taken and used to properly prepare the American populace for the surrender of their freedoms and souls, to the whims of their elites and betters.

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Here’s the song again:

The Obama-man can…

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*  The Mother of All Myths by MICHAEL J. TOTTEN    

Dennis Ross, Special Advisor on Iran for the Secretary of State, has a book coming out next month that inconveniently takes issue with the Obama Administration’s thesis of “linkage.” “Of all the policy myths that have kept us from making real progress in the Middle East,” Ross writes in a chapter titled “The Mother of All Myths,” “one stands out for its impact and longevity: the idea that if only the Palestinian conflict were solved, all other Middle East conflicts would melt away.” Meanwhile, the Obama Administration – which Ross currently works for – is pressuring Israel in part because the president hopes progress toward the resolution of the Palestinian conflict will help derail Iran’s drive for the development of nuclear weapons. Read it all>>

Al-Azhar to launch Islamic TV channel dedicated to giving “the world a better understanding of Islam”

That Sheikh Khaled al-Guindy — vocal critic of Father Zakaria Botros — is involved with this may suggest that this new Islamic channel is also meant to counter the influence of Life TV. “Al Azhar to launch Islamic TV channel,” from the Gulf Times, May 31:

Egypt’s seat of Islamic learning, Al Azhar, will launch a satellite channel to give the world a better understanding of Islam and counter some Islamic outlets preaching “extremist dialogue”, its architects said yesterday. Sheikh Khaled al-Guindy, a scholar at Al Azhar mosque and university, said the new channel would reach out to the world’s 1.5bn Muslims and non-Muslims alike. “In the Age of Obama we realised it was time to look at new ways to deliver our message,” Guindy said, four days before US President Barack Obama visits Egypt to address the Muslim world. The launch is planned for the start of Ramadan in mid-August.

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