This is what happens when you have a CIC in America that is a Marxist-Muslim from Kenya. Tyranny, worldwide.
Also see this, it is an article talking about Obamas Muslim Outreach:
Everywhere you look in the media, it is filled with bogus, empty rhetoric like in the link provided below. The truth about a “NAZI” movement is that Obama is the Muslim-Nazi. Obama has done 3 things that were attempted and carried out in NAZI Germany: (Where are the Liberal Jews to stop this atrocity? ADL? ACLU?, SPLC?)
1. Nationalize the banks.
2. Nationalize the car companies.
3. Nationalize heathcare.
Obama is the NAZI and here Benjamin Jealous is claiming that the conservatives who are NOT in power are the NAZIS. http://tinyurl.com/32epgfm
Obama is so terrible, that this is the reason why you see posters all over like the one below..people cannot figure out what evil leader Obama is like from the past, Hitler, Stalin, Mao.. etc.
(Wierd Alliances and Strange Bed-fellows..)
It is odd, is it not, that White-supremists are with Ahmadinejad, who met with The Black Panthers, who want to Kill Some White Crackers; Kill their Babies …
Uh, yeah….that makes sense….
The monkey faced Iranian tyrant Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who wants Israel destroyed, and with whom Barack HUSSEIN Obama wants to negotiate “sans” preconditions, is returning to New York.
This time, he will be feted by a group of leftist so-called “Christian” groups to celebrated the end of Ramadan.
Courtesy of new General Assembly President Miguel D’Escoto, who is Nicaragua’s foreign minister, and a coalition of left-wing American Christian groups, he will be the guest of honor at a private iftar dinner to celebrate the end of Ramadan. The September 25 event at the Grand Hyatt Hotel has all the trappings of a Cold War solidarity event. Joining D’Escoto as hosts are some companeros from the former Catholic priest’s Sandinista days: The World Council of Churches, the American Friends Service Committee, the Mennonites, and the US section of the World Conference of Religions for Peace.
Given these hosts’ track record of downplaying Communist crimes in Soviet days, Ahmadinejad will, likely without contradiction, portray Iran’s government as a progressive third-world champion, defending the world’s oppressed, resisting American hegemony, and, by dint of the dinner itself , accommodating of religious pluralism. His well-publicized anti-Semitic rants, Holocaust denial, and threat to wipe Israel off the map will be dismissed as inconsequential by these Christian “peacemakers.”
This dialog comes the same month that the U.N.’s nuclear agency announced that it has reached a “dead end” with Iran due to Tehran’s refusal to cooperate and, moreover, that Iran has made substantial progress in developing its nuclear capability. The gathering sends a reassuring message there is little to fear from Ahmadinejad’s government.
Now, you may be asking, “What does this have to do with Barack Obama?”
The answer is that the Hyatt Hotel, where this shindig will be held is owned by Penny Pritzker, who is the national finance chairwoman of the Obama campaign.
Here’s what Rush Limbaugh had to say (via Gateway Pundit):
Now being that Jews are one of the most loyal constituents of the Democrats, do any of you think that Obama, or anyone from his campaign will bother showing up at the counter protest, also scheduled for the 25th at 5:30 p.m?
Remember that the Democrats threatened the Jewish groups with the revocation of their tax exempt status when Sarah Palin was invited to their
Hat tip: Rational Thought110
Here’s an excellent comparison between Jimmy Carter and Joe Biden.
But the third message is that “change” means a return not to the Camelot of President John Kennedy, but to the foreign policies of Jimmy Carter. For Biden, an early supporter of Carter in his quest for the presidency in 1976, shares the former president’s view of the world and the United States’ place in it.
In 2004, I was astonished to hear Biden doing his own bit of America-bashing in front of an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The US, he claimed, had no moral authority to preach democracy in the Middle East. “We don’ have much of a democracy ourselves, ” he said mockingly. “Remember our own presidential election; remember Florida!”
Biden has the experience of more than three decades in the US senate, at least two of them dealing with foreign affairs and defense. But experience is no guarantee of good judgment. And Biden has been wrong on almost every key issue.
* In 1979, he shared Carter’s starry-eyed belief that the fall of the shah in Iran and the advent of the ayatollahs represented progress for human rights. Throughout the hostage crisis, as US diplomats were daily paraded blindfolded in front of television cameras and threatened with execution, he opposed strong action against the terrorist mullahs and preached dialogue.
* Throughout the 1980s. Biden opposed President Ronald Reagan’s proactive policy against the Soviet Union. Biden was all for détente – which, in practice, meant Western subsidies that would have enabled the moribund USSR to cling to life and continue doing mischief.
* In 1990, Biden found it difficult to support President George Bush’s decision to use force to kick Saddam Hussein’s army of occupation out of Kuwait.
* A decade-plus later, the senator did vote for the liberation of Iraq from Saddamite tyranny. But as soon as terrorists started challenging the new democratic system in Iraq, he switched sides and became a critic of the whole war effort. He claimed that the Iraq war was lost and suggested that the US partition the newly liberated country into three or more mini-states.
Biden’s misreading of the situation in Iraq shows that experience is no substitute for judgment. He judged the situation on the basis of headlines and CNN footage – not the long-term, geo-strategic interests of the United States. In short, he lacked what President Harry Truman called “strategic patience.”
* For more than a decade, Biden has adopted an ambivalent attitude towards the Islamic Republic in Tehran, now emerging as the chief challenger to US interests in the Middle East. Biden’s links with pro-Tehran lobbies in the US and his support for “unconditional dialogue” with the mullahs echo Obama’s own wrong-headed promise to circumvent the current multilateral efforts by seeking direct US-Iran talks, excluding the Europeans as well as Russia and China.
Had Biden had his way, “the Evil Empire” would still be around and Saddam Hussein still in power. The US would still be begging the mullahs of Tehran for forgiveness of unspecified “past sins” – and more American hostages would be seized in the Middle East while the mullahs celebrate their first atomic bombs.
By choosing Biden, Obama, the candidate of hope, has transformed his promise of change, into a back-to-the-future pirouette – back to Jimmy Carter.
Barack Obama has admitted that he would negotiate with Iran with no preconditions. So it’s only natural that he would pick as his running mate, a Senator who is in bed with Iranian Mullahs.
Kaveh Mohseni, a spokesman for the Student Movement Coordination Committee for Democracy in Iran, calls Biden “a great friend of the mullahs.”
He notes that Biden’s election campaigns “have been financed by Islamic charities of the Iranian regime based in California and by the Silicon Iran network,” a loosely-knit group of wealthy Iranian-American businessmen and women seeking to end the U.S. trade embargo on Iran.
“In exchange, the senator does his best to aid the mullahs,” Mohseni argues.
Biden’s ties to pro-Tehran lobbying groups are no secret. But so far, the elite media has avoided even mentioning the subject.
Just recently, Biden was one of 16 U.S. senators who voted against a bill that would add Iran’s Revolutionary Guards corps to the State Department’s list of international terrorist organizations, because of its involvement in murdering U.S. troops in Iraq.
Rather than sanction those in power in Tehran, Biden and Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel have argued that the United States should offer Tehran a greater role in Iraq’s domestic affairs.
At a March 2002 conference in Washington, D.C., sponsored by the American-Iranian Council (AIC), Biden made the case for closer U.S. ties to the government of Iran. “I believe than an improved relationship with Iran is in the naked self-interest of the United States of America,” Biden said.
Biden’s ties to the pro-Iranian regime lobby are not a haphazard affair, but a matter of conviction.
Biden told Boston Globe columnist H.D.S. Greenway in 2005 that the United States should address Iran’s “emotional needs” and conclude a “nonaggression pact” with the Tehran regime.
“Senator Joseph Biden said that even if Iran was a full democracy like India, it would want nuclear capability, like India. What the world needed to address was Iran’s emotional needs, he said, with a nonaggression pact,” Greenway wrote.
Biden hasn’t shied from asking wealthy Iranian-Americans with known sympathies for the Tehran regime for campaign cash.