When Barak Obama first announced his run for the White House, the racial stifling began: if you disagreed with the Senator, you were a racist. This silenced his critics who were concerned about his Islamic roots and how Islam, as an ideology, is opposed to democracy and freedom.
In his first term, he repeatedly alarmed freedom watchers with his socialism, but more so, with his increasing boldness regarding Islam.
When he won reelection, he came out of the "Islamic closet" and his policies have been from arming an enemy with mankind's most frighteningly powerful weapon, to removing "Islam" from "Islamic terror" training manuals. He has placed Islam in prisons, chiding and blamed Christians, and even fabricated history, the perfect "Tacquia" of Islam: to cause Americans to think that Islam founded the nation.
He divided us by race, encouraged the riots of Baltimore, and when Islamic terrorists killed Americans, he lectured Christians. He has placed Islamics in all portions of government, including federal law enforcement and security and portrays the sexual violence of the koran as "American values."
He has facilitated the importation of Islamic migrants, ridiculed those who disagree, and as the enemies of Europe simply walked in, with tens of thousands of ISIS fighters, with tons of weaponry, he said the young men were "widows and orphans." He has even tied feminist groups to Islam; while turning his back upon Christians in the Middle East, with his refusal to call it "genocide", though the numbers are almost nil. He invokes a war from 1,000 years ago to justify the killing today. Iraq says Obama drops food and supplies, not bombs, on ISIS, in spite of what he claims.
No where in our history has anyone lied so boldly, consistently and with such purpose as Barak Hussein Obama.
Now he has removed "Islam" from all of his speeches on Islamic terrorism.
Now, in a crude attempt to continue his Tacquia, he has imitated Nazi Germany's Ministry of Propaganda, gapping out the word "Islam" from yesterday's speech.
Americans elected a Muslim president who has, consistently, helped only the cause of Islam, including flooding the borders, while cities like Baltimore, Chicago and others drown in unemployment.
This muting of the official record is cartoon like.
Note the denial issued.
White House censors video to remove ‘Islamic terrorism’ quote
President Obama is so paranoid about linking terrorists to the Muslim faith that when French President François Hollande used the phrase “Islamist terrorism” at a meeting in Washington, White House officials posted their official press video with audio of the words cut out completely.
The 8-minute clip was posted on the White House Web site and showed Hollande discussing the global terror threat at a Nuclear Security Summit meeting with Obama and advisers Thursday.
The White House’s transcript of the event shows the French leader declared at the 4:49 minute mark that “the roots of terrorism, Islamist terrorism, is in Syria and in Iraq.”
But rather than include Hollande’s remark in its entirety, the Obama administration posted footage in which his interpreter’s English translation of the words “Islamist terrorism” was missing.
The audio gap was first reported by the Media Research Center, a media watchdog.
After initially posting the video without the edits, the White House took it down and uploaded it again with the interpreter’s voice muted, the MRC reported.
The nonprofit group reported that the White House’s official MP3 recording of the meeting was also censored, but that the transcript was not.
“Thanks, of course, Ministry of Propaganda offices at WH for going ahead and simply posting the proof!” a user wrote in a comment on the White House’s YouTube page.
Another wrote: “Nice backtracking, White House. You tried to censor Hollande and you know it.”
Obama — who has come under fire for refusing to say “radical Islam” or “Islamic terrorist” — made three mentions of terrorism throughout Thursday’s meeting, uttering the phrases “hands of terrorism,” “scourge of terrorism” and “counterterrorism.”
A White House official said the audio gap was the result of a technical error that happened to come as Hollande was uttering the controversial words.
Here is the statement:
Here is the statement:
“Nothing was edited out,” the official told The Post. “A technical issue with the audio during the recording of President Hollande’s remarks led to a brief drop in the audio recording of the English interpretation. As soon as this was brought to our attention, we posted an updated video online with the complete audio, which is consistent with the written transcript.”
As of 6 p.m. Friday, the White House had posted footage with the words “Islamic terrorism” included.
Obama has stayed away from the phrase and others like it to avoid tying the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims to terrorism.
He has been blasted by Republicans for the practice, with one of his biggest critics being Ted Cruz, who took aim at Obama after last month’s Brussels terror attacks.
“Radical Islam is at war with us,” the Republican presidential candidate wrote on Facebook. “For over seven years we have had a president who refuses to acknowledge this reality. And the truth is, we can never hope to defeat this evil so long as we refuse to even name it.”