Saturday, September 29, 2012

No Future For Those Who Slander The Prophet

No Future For Those Who Slander The Prophet
If you are still so brainwashed as to believe that Obama is a Christian even though Obama himself has told Muslims that he is a Muslim.  Moreover he looks like a Muslim, walks like a Muslim, talks like a Muslim and supports Muslims and their ideology, and if that’s not enough then why did he just say to the UN and the world that – he’ believes in free speech  except for  “…those who slander the prophet of Islam.”  “The future must not belong to…”  [them.]

By de Andréa
September 29, 2012

Sept. 25, 2012, Fourteen days after the “covered up” attack on America by Obam’s Libyan terrorists:  President Obama addresses the 67th session of the General Assembly at United Nations headquarters in NYC.  President Obama spoke to the UN Tuesday, but what he had to say of course was as usual dependant on the media outlet reporting it. 

It was about “optics” according to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow; “free speech” said CBS’s Nancy Cordes and Iran,” explained NBC’s Chuck Todd.

Not that they’re necessarily wrong.  It was’ after all a 4,000-word speech.  Obama covered a lot of territory.  But what the majority of the alphabet soup media covered, conveniently left out the most provocative and telling line of the entire speech.  The president told the UN that the “future must not belong…” to a series of people including “corrupt” leaders and those who “bully women” etc.  But one line from that list stood out, Read the speech Sixteen Paragraphs from the bottom.  “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.”  And why is that my friend?  Because Obama believes in a “Limited Free Speech”.

That line appeared almost nowhere in the “Drive By” media where Obama’s supposed defense of free speech dominated.  The broadcast networks ignored it and only Jake Tapper noted that Team Obama had tried to get the video pulled from YouTube using the excuse that it violated of “terms of use.”  The New York Times skipped the line, ironically in an article headlined: “Obama Tells U.N.  New Democracies Need Free Speech, [unless of course it slanders Islam.]

Conservative sites descended on the comment like a flock of, well… journalists.  Red State, Hot Air, Twitchy, Breitbart and National Review all felt it noteworthy to cover, as well as yours truly of The Bottom Line.  Even the hypey site Mediaite wrote about it and called it “Obama’s tragic pander.” Watch and listen to the video bite

One cannot be a Christian without slandering Muhammad; Christian beliefs are in an of themselves an affront to Islam.
Ben Shapiro of Breitbart said Obama’s comments were “precisely the opposite of what the Founders would have intended.”  “Those who ‘slander the prophet of Islam’ are people exercising their right to free speech,” he continued.  Red State’s Erick Erickson explained that orthodox Christians don’t believe Muhammad is a prophet.  “Actual Christians, as opposed to many of the supposed Christians put up by the mainstream media; believe that Christ is the only way to salvation.  Believing that - is slandering Muhammad.”  [Emphasis Mine]

Over at Hot Air, Erika Johnsen reminded readers that the Mideast unrest is not about the video.  “If we believe that all people have a right to express their views, even ones with which we disagree, why are we still talking about this dumb video?” she asked. 

The website Twitchy reminded readers that Obama himself had told The View “the best way to marginalize the video was to ignore it”.  “Yet he mentioned it a half a dozen times during his UN address.”

While the soapbox news media didn’t want to highlight the bad quote, journalists happily embraced Obama’s laugh line for the day. “As president of our country, and commander in chief of our military, I accept that people are going to call me awful things every day.  And I will defend their right  to do so.”  That was the featured line throughout the Liberal Anti-American Communist Politically Correct Media, and as usual, a half-truth. 

THE BOTTOM LINE:  Think what you want about this…  That maybe, it is skewed or taken out of context, or it’s just nit picking.  That might be true if it weren’t for the enormous pile of evidence that this president is a fraud, a con man, a liar, a seditious criminal and an enemy of the State, as well as a Jihadist Muslim infiltrator, I could go on but there is the lack of time and space, you know...

What do you think???

de Andréa

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