Obama Surrenders to Jihadists

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Barack Hussein Obama said on CNN: “Words matter in this situation because one of the ways we’re going to win this “struggle” is through the battle of hearts and minds.” For those old enough to remember or smart enough to learn the lessons of history, they should sound familiar – very familiar. – But some lessons are just never learned.

What “struggle” are we talking about? The word “struggle” is translated into German as “Kampf”. “My struggle” = “Mein Kampf”. If this sounds familiar, it is because Hitler wrote a book called: “Mein Kampf.”

What is this “struggle” all about?

“Mein Kampf”, is a racist book in which Hitler divides humans into categories based on physical appearance, establishing higher and lower orders, or types of humans. At the top, according to Hitler, is the Germanic man with his fair skin, blond hair and blue eyes. Hitler refers to this type of person as an Aryan. He asserts that the Aryan is the supreme form of human, or master race.

And so it follows – in Hitler’s thinking – if there is a supreme form of human, then there must be others less than supreme, the “Untermenschen”, or racially inferior. Hitler assigns this position to Jews and the Slavic peoples, notably the Czechs, Poles, and Russians.

Throughout “Mein Kampf”, Hitler refers to Jews as parasites, liars, dirty, crafty, sly, wily, and clever, without any true culture, spongers, maggots, eternal blood suckers, repulsive, unscrupulous, monsters, foreigners, bloodthirsty, avaricious, destroyers of Aryan humanity, and mortal enemies of Aryan humanity…

The Quran also states that Islam and Muslims are the superiors of mankind and that Islam is divinely mandated to rule the world and dominate all other races, creeds and nations. – In Arabic, the noun “struggle” (Kampf) means “Jihad “. That’s why Arab children learn the song: “Arabs Our Beloved and Jews Our Dogs.”

Nonie Darwish says: “In the Arab world we were only taught one meaning for Jihad, and that is: A religious holy war against infidels and armed struggle against anyone who is not a Moslem. It is a fight for Allah’s cause. The highest rewards and honor will be bestowed upon those who die in Jihad, who are then called Shahid, meaning martyr.”

Every time Osama Bin Laden speaks about Jihad, he speaks of a clear mission to destroy western civilizations and win the world to Islam.

So, who does Obama see as the enemy? –

I am starting to think that President Obama lives in his own world, a kind of parallel universe to the real world. Speaking from Obama World, he is convinced that if enough kind and gentle words are spoken, he can personally change the Real World.

Several observers noted within the last few weeks that Mr. Obama’s outreach to the Muslim world was apologetic. It explicitly embraced a narrative that is factually erroneous and deprecating to The United States of America.

Obama said: “My job to the Muslim world is to communicate that the Americans are not your enemy. We sometimes make mistakes. We have not been perfect.”

With these words he is signaling profound weakness to our enemies. And what is really worrying is that Mr. Obama’s actions and rhetoric are being perceived by the Muslim audience as evidence – not of respect but of subservience – precisely what Islam (literally, “submission” in Arabic) requires of all of us, Muslims and non-Muslims, alike.

Obama’s message conveys submission and weakness, and his foreign policy will lead America to a disaster of untold proportions.

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One Response to “Obama Surrenders to Jihadists”

  1. lilo97423 Says:

    Worldtribune.com
    Monday, February 9, 2009

    Obama preparing to lift sanctions against Syria

    NICOSIA — President Barack Obama has decided on a new U.S. ambassador to Syria and is expected to lift sanctions against a nation charged with aiding Al Qaida in Iraq and secretly building a nuclear reactor with North Korean assistance. ShareThis

    Diplomatic sources said Obama, in consultation with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has asked Frederic Hof to become the first U.S. ambassador to Damascus since 2005. The sources said Hof, a member of the National Advisory Committee of the Middle East Policy Council, agreed to take the post.

    “There will be an announcement very soon,” a diplomat said.

    Report: Barack Obama’s Al Qaida initiative began months before his election — Jan. 28

    The sources said the Obama administration was expected to suspend U.S. sanctions on Syria’s military and energy programs.

    They said Hof would be authorized to facilitate an expansion of U.S. relations with Syria, which deteriorated under President George Bush.
    In 2005, the United States withdrew its ambassador to Damascus in wake of the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Syria was blamed for the car bombing in Beirut in which Hariri and many of his bodyguards were killed.

    The sources said Obama sent emissaries to Syria in September 2008 and pledged that if elected he would reconcile with the regime of President Bashar Assad. After his election victory, they said, Obama sent another message that promised to appoint an ambassador within the first weeks of his administration.

    Hof, an Arabic speaker and former U.S. Army officer, was said to be close to Obama’s new Middle East envoy, George Mitchell. Hof worked with Mitchell when the latter headed a fact-finding commission on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in 2002.

    Obama’s intention to reconcile with Iran and Syria has been supported by the Democratic majority in Congress. In February, congressional delegations were planning visits to Damascus, including one headed by House Foreign Relations Committee chairman Rep. Howard Berman. Another delegation was scheduled to include members of the Senate Foreign Relations.

    A delegation of the House Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee, headed by Rep. Adam Smith, has already visited Damascus and met Syrian leaders. The sources said Smith focused his talks on Obama’s plans to end sanctions, particularly the Syrian Accountability Act, on the Assad regime.

    “Congress wants some sort of commitment that Syria will end support to Hamas and Hizbullah, but this is not expected,” a diplomatic source said.

    On Feb. 8, the Syrian regime reported a breakthrough in trade relations with the United States. The state-owned Al Baath daily said the United States has agreed to sell spare parts for the repair of two Boeing 747 passenger jets owned by the state-owned Syrian airline.

    Syrian Transport Minister Yaroub Bader said Damascus received U.S. approval on Feb. 6. Under U.S. sanctions, Damascus had been denied requests for weapons and aerospace components.

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