ISIS continued their march to the end of the world, as it was announced on Wednesday that Jihadist militants from Islamic State (IS) have burned 45 people to death in the western Iraqi town of al-Baghdadi.
As we learned yesterday from State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf, we could end this madness with an effective jobs program. But seriously, you would think that there will eventually come a straw which breaks the camel’s back in the White House. You would think that, but you would be wrong.
Besides the nuanced comments coming from the blonde bimbo in the State Department—if only we could be as smart as she is—we now learn that Obama has published an op-ed in the L.A. Times titled, “Our fight against violent extremism“—did you notice it’s not a fight against Islamic extremism?—where Obama continued to make the bogus claim that the core al-Qaeda leadership has been weakened.
But the most disturbing item mentioned in Obama’s op-ed wasn’t his claim of victory over al-Qaeda. It was his claim that those engaging in violent extremism have “legitimate grievances” that must be addressed.
“Governments that deny human rights play into the hands of extremists who claim that violence is the only way to achieve change. Efforts to counter violent extremism will only succeed if citizens can address legitimate grievances through the democratic process and express themselves through strong civil societies.” ( emphasis mine)
I guess that burning people alive for simply being Christian is just their way of expressing themselves, right? Naw, according to your bimbo squad at the State Department, it’s because they aren’t making a living wage. Hey, here’s an idea. Why don’t you get some of your union buddies to organize the Islamic State? That will bring this madness to an end, not to mention that it creates an excellent opportunity to add to the coffers of the Democrat election machine.
Finally, despite admitting he doesn’t have all the facts, Obama implied that the three Muslim students shot dead in Chapel Hill last week were killed as a result of their faith.
“We do not yet know why three young people, who were Muslim Americans, were brutally killed in Chapel Hill, N.C. But we know that many Muslim Americans across our country are worried and afraid.”
Gee, it’s a good thing Christians don’t have anything to worry about.
One more thing. In his keynote speech launching the White House Summit on Countering Terrorism, Barry continued the insanity:
“No religion is responsible for terrorism — people are responsible for violence and terrorism.”
You know, it would have been nice if you would have used these words when you accused Christians of committing terrorism and slavery in the name of Christ.
He went on to say that military force alone will not defeat terrorism, and the nation must work with local communities to reduce the influence of those who advocate violent extremism. He also restated his view that we are not at war with Islam.
So it turns out, when Marie said we can’t win the war by killing the enemy and that a good job is all extremists need to end the carnage, she wasn’t misquoted or misunderstood. She was merely repeating the words of Obama, the man who continues to deny Islamic terrorism exists.