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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 7, 2009 at 15:15
Hi, Infidel !
Thanks a lot for your comments.
> The President of the United States is Barak Husein Obama. He was born a Muslim and remained one until he was 20 years of age. <
At least it is what he says. But when a Moslem (even a supposedly former one) says something , one mustn't take it literally. I won't be surprised if one day Hussein's Christianity will turn out to be one of his many lies told to enhance his political career. He was clever enough to notice that as a Moslem in America he wouldn't make the career he was after while as a Christian he woul have reasonable chances to do so.
> Yesterday, he visited Turkey. There he explained that he used to be a Muslim and that Muslims in the USA are some of the best people. <
Did nobody ask him why he left Islam if Moslems are so fine in his own words? Praising Islam is a tricky and as dangerous as condemning it. Besides, Moslems can't stand former Moslems. But wait ... wouldn't it a splendid opportunity for Hussein to appease his discomforted Moslem friends by reconverting to his ancestors' faith ...say ... on a 1001-Night trip to its cradle in exotic Saudi Arabia? Such a publicity stunt ! The Moslem world would at once rejoice and fall in love with Hussein's America , wouldn't it ? The wahhabi clergy would support Hussein's initiative to create a permanently jihadist Gazastan next to that temporary Zionist entity called Israel. His Iranian partners might even declare him - and not Ahmadinejad - to be the expected Mahdi ...
Hussein can't surprise me any longer. I expect any possible treachery from this political fraudster.
> Obviously, he has not explained the damage and murder committed by Muslims in the USA. Nor did he explain that when the 19 Muslims, hijacked 4 passenger jets and attacked the Twin Towers in New York on Sept 11, 2001, causing 100 billion dollars of damage and the murder of 2,974 Americans and how the Muslims in New York, celebrated the attacks. Nor did he explain that since 1970AD, Muslims have been attacking and murdering Americans.<
He's not interested in those nasty details. For him they are as remote and indifferent as the Jews slaughtered in Medina by Mo. Besides, we know beforehand the nauseating all-explaining PC theory of terrorism. It's always a tiny group of extremists, isn't it ? ... unlike those numerous American abortionists who routinely fly planes and drive fuel trucks into abortion clinics, cut off gynaecologists' heads and terrorize pregnant women willing to interrupt their pregnancy ... or those white supremasists and racists that didn't vote for Hussein ... But the great Moslem masses adhere to "the true religion of peace" , they love Americans, respect Jews and polytheists ...
> With Barak being the president of the USA for the next 4 years, Muslims will grow in becoming the most important citizens of the USA.<
What I hope for is that Hussein Obama will not see the end of his term , but will be impeached and condemned in due course for the irreparable damage his insane policy has done to the interests of America and freedom in the world. I predict he will be the worst US president ever.
> And there is no doubt that Allah will become an important "god" of the USA.<
Allah doesn't like being just "a god". Anyone can be a god - Jesus, Jehova , Jove , even Siva ... Allah prefers to exterminate all gods so that he may remain alone the winner at the end of the theological game he is playing with his Moslems. America must take heed ! Introducing Allah and making him important is like renting a house in a quiet area to a notorious mass murderer, psychopath robber and drug dealer while instructing the police and inhabitants to remain "tolerant" and respectful of all "cultural diversity".
Best regards ,
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