Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Obamination: Brain Farts At The U.N.

Obamination: Brain Farts at the U.N.

    I am trying to capture the worst of the gusts and pin them down to hurl outrage at them.  If you want to read the prepared remarks in context, follow this link
PRESIDENT OBAMA:  Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentlemen:  Each year we come together to reaffirm the founding vision of this institution.  For most of recorded history, individual aspirations were subject to the whims of tyrants and empires.  Divisions of race and religion and tribe were settled through the sword and the clash of armies.  The idea that nations and peoples could come together in peace to solve their disputes and advance a common prosperity seemed unimaginable.

founding vision

    It ain't International Socialism, it is preventing or limiting war. Since war can only be ended by exterminating warmongers, and nobody has the political will to do that, the U.N. has failed miserably in its mission. 

tyrants and empires 

    Nothing changed. The greatest part of the world's population still suffers under tyranny. Democracy is in name only in China & Russia. Tyrants rule over the 'Muslim world'.

Divisions of race and religion

    Is the fart head entirely clueless?  Syria is Sunni vs Shi'ia.  Similar sectarian terrorism is happening elsewhere on a smaller scale. The U.N. has no clue what to do about it, dithering as the slaughter continues unabaited.

solve  disputes

    Existential conflict can not be negotiated.  Predators can not be appeased; they must be exterminated.  Islam seeks politicide & genocide in Israel, nothing less will satisfy it.  No negotiation, sacrifice, compromise, good will gestures or elaborate plans and schedules will change that fact. Only the extermination of Islam can solve this problem.

common prosperity

    Redistribution of wealth and income brings common poverty, not prosperity.  Socialism is a bad idea, frequently proved detrimental; its time for it to be buried in the outhouse of history.

Now, five years after the global economy collapsed, and thanks to coordinated efforts by the countries here today, jobs are being created, global financial systems have stabilized, and people are once again being lifted out of poverty.  But this progress is fragile and unequal, and we still have work to do together to assure that our citizens can access the opportunities that they need to thrive in the 21st century.

jobs are being created 

    Jobs are being destroyed, by Obama Don't Care, not created. There is no recovery, there is a Depression. There will be no opportunities until we get your boot off of our necks.

Together, we’ve also worked to end a decade of war.  Five years ago, nearly 180,000 Americans were serving in harm’s way, and the war in Iraq was the dominant issue in our relationship with the rest of the world.  Today, all of our troops have left Iraq.  Next year, an international coalition will end its war in Afghanistan, having achieved its mission of dismantling the core of al Qaeda that attacked us on 9/11.

decade of war

    The war does not consist of our invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. The war is terrorism: Every damn attack, from WTC1 through Boston including Fort Hood and the Navy Yard.  The war is alive whenever and wherever the question arises whether a fire, explosion or shooting might be Islamically inspired.

    The war continues every time we flinch in reaction to a new or repeated threat from al-Zawahiri & co.

dismantling al-Qaeda

    The enemy is Islam, not al-Qaeda. We left Afghanistan & Iraq under the control of Muslims. We sacrificed billions of dollars and thousands of lives without gaining anything.

For the United States, these new circumstances have also meant shifting away from a perpetual war footing.  Beyond bringing our troops home, we have limited the use of drones so they target only those who pose a continuing, imminent threat to the United States where capture is not feasible, and there is a near certainty of no civilian casualties.  We’re transferring detainees to other countries and trying terrorists in courts of law, while working diligently to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay.  And just as we reviewed how we deploy our extraordinary military capabilities in a way that lives up to our ideals, we’ve begun to review the way that we gather intelligence, so that we properly balance the legitimate security concerns of our citizens and allies with the privacy concerns that all people share.

perpetual war

    The war started in the 18th century, with the Barbary Pirates. It did not end in 1815 because we allowed Islam to continue to exist. It will continue so long as one Muslim continues to believe in Allah, his imperatives, threat & promise.

civilian casualties

    When the family and friends of terrorists are killed in drone attacks or otherwise, they are not civilian casualties neither are they collateral damage. They are Muslims: members of the enemy.

transferring detainees

    Those catch & release enemy combatants are returning to the battlefield. They should have been executed, not taken captive.

trying terrorists

    Terrorism is not domestic street crime, it is war.  It does not fit the crime & punishment paradigm.  Terrorists must be executed and the nations that sent them must be nuked.  Their ideology that motivates them must be eradicated.

Security & Privacy

    Security can not be obtained and maintained by surveillance or invasion of privacy.  Groping little old ladies and small children at airports has not prevented one attack.  The Boston bombing could have been prevented, but our fart head leaders did not follow up on warnings from Russian intelligence officers.

    Security can only be obtained by expeling and excluding enemy personnel from our soil and denying them access to soft targets. Those who believe that Allah requires human sacrifice and will reward them with a better seat in his celestial bordello for any act to injure or enrage us must be ushered into Hell.

As a result of this work, and cooperation with allies and partners, the world is more stable than it was five years ago.  But even a glance at today’s headlines indicates that dangers remain.  In Kenya, we’ve seen terrorists target innocent civilians in a crowded shopping mall, and our hearts go out to the families of those who have been affected.  In Pakistan, nearly 100 people were recently killed by suicide bombers outside a church.  In Iraq, killings and car bombs continue to be a terrible part of life.  And meanwhile, al Qaeda has splintered into regional networks and militias, which doesn't give them the capacity at this point to carry out attacks like 9/11, but does pose serious threats to governments and diplomats, businesses and civilians all across the globe.

allies and partners

    Check the Qur'an: equal and inferior relationships with infidels are explicitly forbidden. No Muslim is our allie or partner, they are our enemy.


   The slaughter in Kenya happened because nobody bothered to eliminate Islam from Somalia. Pakistan should have been nuked immediately after the second attack on the WTC.  We foolishly neglected to eliminate Islam from Iraq, let them kill each other. The more dead Muslims, the better.

al Qaeda

    "Its Islam, Stupid!".  Jihad is ordained for Muslims. Jihad is war against everyone else. It is to be carried out until the last day. It requires great slaughter to please Allah. Allah cast terror and made Moe victorious with terror. But fart heads can not obtain a clue.

Just as significantly, the convulsions in the Middle East and North Africa have laid bare deep divisions within societies, as an old order is upended and people grapple with what comes next.  Peaceful movements have too often been answered by violence -- from those resisting change and from extremists trying to hijack change.  Sectarian conflict has reemerged.  And the potential spread of weapons of mass destruction continues to cast a shadow over the pursuit of peace.


    Its about power: who will wield it and reap the windfalls of corruption more than the division between sects.  Your meddling made matters worse, increasing the casualties and reducing regional stability. You are arming and training our enemy. The name for that is treason.

How should we respond to conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa -- conflicts between countries, but also conflicts within them?


    Either sit down, shut up and take some side bets or kill them all and let Allah sort them out.   Existential conflict can not be stopped short of extinction. Where indigenous Christians are being attacked, we should arm and train the Christians so that they can defend themselves by killing our common enemies.

How do we address the choice of standing callously by while children are subjected to nerve gas, or embroiling ourselves in someone else’s civil war?

standing callously by  

    When a pack of jackals fights a pack of hyenas, we have no dog in that fight. Kill them all and let Allah sort them out or sit down and shut up. The UN can not act because Asad's patron will veto any effective resolution in the Security Council. Allowing Saddam to ship his chemistry set to Syria was not a wise move.

What is the role of force in resolving disputes that threaten the stability of the region and undermine all basic standards of civilized conduct?  What is the role of the United Nations and international law in meeting cries for justice?

role of force

    There is no alternative to kinetic force. Existential conflicts can not be ended short of extermination.

role of law

    Law without an enforcement mechanism is reduced to empty words and rituals. The enforcement mechanism must be superior in strength to the combined fighting forces.

Agreement on chemical weapons should energize a larger diplomatic effort to reach a political settlement within Syria.  I do not believe that military action -- by those within Syria, or by external powers -- can achieve a lasting peace.  Nor do I believe that America or any nation should determine who will lead Syria; that is for the Syrian people to decide.  Nevertheless, a leader who slaughtered his citizens and gassed children to death cannot regain the legitimacy to lead a badly fractured country.  The notion that Syria can somehow return to a pre-war status quo is a fantasy.

It’s time for Russia and Iran to realize that insisting on Assad’s rule will lead directly to the outcome that they fear:  an increasingly violent space for extremists to operate.  In turn, those of us who continue to support the moderate opposition must persuade them that the Syrian people cannot afford a collapse of state institutions, and that a political settlement cannot be reached without addressing the legitimate fears and concerns of Alawites and other minorities.

political settlement  

    Syria has a hereditary dictatorship, not politics. The Syrian people can not determine their government, it determines their existence.  There is no solution short of invasion, occupation and total eradication of Islam from Syria. Anything less guarantees failure. If you do not have the political will to impose a secular society and government, and maintain them by force, then forget about it.


    There is none and can be none. Syria's is a bastard regime and anything that succeeds it will be a bastard regime imposed and maintained by force.

There’s no Great Game to be won, nor does America have any interest in Syria beyond the wellbeing of its people, the stability of its neighbors, the elimination of chemical weapons, and ensuring that it does not become a safe haven for terrorists.

safe haven for terrorists.

    Tell us, fart head, where have the leaders of HAMAS had their head office for the last several decades?  Your fabulistic fantasy would piss off the Pope. Unfortunately I do not have his patience. I want you impeached and removed from office.

We will dismantle terrorist networks that threaten our people.  Wherever possible, we will build the capacity of our partners, respect the sovereignty of nations, and work to address the root causes of terror.  But when it’s necessary to defend the United States against terrorist attack, we will take direct action.

dismantle terrorist networks

    Dismantle Islam. Islam is the terrorist network, all else is persiflage.

root causes of terror

    Islamic doctrine, enshrined in the Qur'an and exemplified in Moe's sunnah, is the root cause of terror.  Uncover those roots through these links:
3:151, 8:12,39,57,60,65,67, 9:5,29,38, 39,111,120,123, 33:26,27, 47:4,49:15, 59:2,13, 61:10-13; Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220.

For the full quotes and more, including quotes from the "Mariful Qur'an" and "The Life of Muhammad", visit these blog posts:

    Defend America by causing Muslims to cease believing in Allah's imperatives, threat & promise.

And finally, we will not tolerate the development or use of weapons of mass destruction.  Just as we consider the use of chemical weapons in Syria to be a threat to our own national security, we reject the development of nuclear weapons that could trigger a nuclear arms race in the region, and undermine the global nonproliferation regime.

nuclear arms race

    Either tolerate it or invade, occupy and de-Islamize Iran. Put up or shut up. There is no alternative. If you keep fooling around, Iran will have and use nukes and it will be too late to do anything about it.  They quit believing in Allah, quit living, or get and use nukes. Your choice. Which will it be?

So what does this mean going forward?  In the near term, America’s diplomatic efforts will focus on two particular issues:  Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons, and the Arab-Israeli conflict.  While these issues are not the cause of all the region’s problems, they have been a major source of instability for far too long, and resolving them can help serve as a foundation for a broader peace.

Arab-Israeli conflict

    Fart head!!! "Its Islam, Stupid!".  9:29 commands perpetual war against Jews. 7:167 says that Allah will continually send someone to torment and humiliate the Jews. Tafsir Ibn kathir tells us that Jesus will return to lead the Muslims in the final genocide. Muhammad said that the gates of Paradise will not open for Muslims until they slaughter the last Jew.

    Allah promised the Muslims that he would give them the land through conquests and nobody could take it back in 13:41. By recovering and retaining some of the land Umar stole from them, Israel is the ultimate blasphemy: living proof of the fact that Allah is an impotent idol whose promises are void.  Muslims can not and will never tolerate that, and anyone who claims otherwise is a fool or a damned liar.
    While there is Islam, peace is impossible! Muslims want genocidal conquest, not peace.  The problem can only be resolved by eliminating Islam.

I must be honest, though.  We're far more likely to invest our energy in those countries that want to work with us, that invest in their people instead of a corrupt few; that embrace a vision of society where everyone can contribute -- men and women, Shia or Sunni, Muslim, Christian or Jew.  Because from Europe to Asia, from Africa to the Americas, nations that have persevered on a democratic path have emerged more prosperous, more peaceful, and more invested in upholding our common security and our common humanity.  And I believe that the same will hold true for the Arab world.


    I have not yet heard the truth roll off your tongue. I do not expect that I ever will hear it. Obamination and honesty are polar opposites.

democratic path

    Democracy always devolves into majority plunder of minorities.  Our founders wisely decided that limits must be set on government power and popular sentiment to prevent government from becoming the evil it was created to prevent.  Areas where tribalism, feudalism and Islam prevail can not be democratic. Democracy and Islam are polar opposites, totally incompatible.  Changing government structure will not bring about the aptitudes and attitudes required to maintain democracy.  Those aptitudes and attitudes must come first.

    The Roman Empire had an elected Senate. European powers with Parliaments built colonial empires. Hitler was elected.   Trade in fantasy for reality.

I have made it clear that even when America’s core interests are not directly threatened, we stand ready to do our part to prevent mass atrocities and protect basic human rights.  But we cannot and should not bear that burden alone.  In Mali, we supported both the French intervention that successfully pushed back al Qaeda, and the African forces who are keeping the peace.  In Eastern Africa, we are working with partners to bring the Lord’s Resistance Army to an end.  And in Libya, when the Security Council provided a mandate to protect civilians, America joined a coalition that took action.  Because of what we did there, countless lives were saved, and a tyrant could not kill his way back to power.

prevent mass atrocities

    What would you have done about the genocides committed by the Ottoman Empire, Stalin, Mao & Pol Pot?  Yeah, right. What are you doing about the slaughter of Christians in Pakistan, Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt?  Yeah, right.

    You armed and trained forces inimical to us and brought them to power. You are still covering up the scandalous slaughter which resulted one year ago. Benghazi? Yeah, right. 

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