We may have the stupidest president in American history!
March 26, 2016
WASHINGTON, DC — In this week’s address, President Obama offered his thoughts and prayers to the people of Belgium and to families of the victims of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, including at least two Americans. He reiterated our support of Belgium as a close friend and ally of the United States, especially in the fight against terrorism. The President emphasized that defeating ISIL remains our top military, intelligence, and national security priority. He reminded us that as we move forward in this fight, we must use the power of our example as a Nation that is open to refugees escaping ISIL’s violence, refuses ISIL’s hateful and violent propaganda, and rejects any attempt to stigmatize Muslim-Americans. Together, we will not abandon our values and way of life – we will succeed and the terrorists will fail.
Here is the video of our idiotic 44th President:
These are the words of a “man” who somehow thinks that he is the leader of the world, rather than the President of the United States. His first duty, first duty! is to protect the United States and our citizens from outside threat, yet his policies would admit people who are not Americans to our shores, opening a door to not just legitimate refugees but to Da’ish¹ infiltrators.
The Islamic State group has trained from 400 to 600 Islamic State fighters trained specifically for attacks outside the Middle East, European officials have told The Associated Press. Deployed in interlocking terror cells like the ones that struck Brussels and Paris, they are ready to target Europe in deadly waves of attacks, with orders to choose the time, place and method for maximum chaos.
The officials reported about ISIS training camps set up in Syria, Iraq and the former Soviet republics. The leader of the November Paris told Police he had entered Europe in a multinational group of 90 fighters, who scattered across the continent. But knowing about the massive influx and tracking and stopping it are two different things. Police had captured terror mastermind Salah Abdeslam four days before the Brussels attacks this week, and still failed to stop them. In fact, experts today believe ISIS decided to run the attacks ahead of schedule as a result of the ringleader’s arrest, before Abdeslam spilled the beans about the murderous plot.
Investigators were taken aback, according to the NY Times, by the fact that Belgian police discovered more than 30 pounds of the explosive triacetone triperoxide (TATP) in the terrorists’ apartments in Brussels. Apparently, this figure points more than any other intelligence data to the enormous contingency of trained ISIS terrorists in Europe and to the level and sophistication of their organization. TATP is very unstable and sensitive to shock, friction and heat. It also breaks down quickly in air. It is more dangerous and physically exhausting to create than the fertilizer-based explosive ammonium nitrate. Making TATP requires meticulous, time-consuming work, adding the catalyst, drop by drop, to a mixture that must be stirred and kept cool with a lot of ice.
Which is why, unlike ammonium nitrate, TATP is typically used in small quantities. The fact that the Brussels cells were able to manufacture these 30 pounds, in addition to the explosives that were put to use on Tuesday, is understandably alarming.
How many refugees are actually Da’ish infiltrators? We don’t know, but if it’s only one in a thousand, one in five thousand, that is one too many. Dozens, if not hundreds, have made their way into Europe, and they have made their presence felt through death and destruction. Barack Hussein Obama seems to believe that if we just make nice with these guys, they won’t be radicalized, and they’ll turn into thoroughly Westernized immigrants, but the evidence, from a far more liberal Europe, tells us that this hasn’t worked. If the perpetrators are Da’ish infiltrators, we can’t somehow prevent their ‘radicalization,’ because they were ‘radicalized’ before they ever got here.
In some ways, the United States is safer than Europe from the pressures of radicalization, in that we don’t have quite as many Muslim ghettos like Molenbeek as are seen in Europe, but we do have a few metropolitan districts which have become, if not ‘ghettos,’ heavily Muslim, in places like Minneapolis and Detroit.
This is why Donald Trump has been doing so well in the Republican primaries.² He is the one who first spoke the simple, common sense of not allowing more Muslim immigration into the United States until the problem of Islamist terrorism has been eliminated. Ordinary Americans can, and do, understand that while not all Muslims are Islamists, and probably very few Muslims are Islamists and potential terrorists, it only takes a few who are to cause death and destruction.
In the meantime, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wants to increase the number of Syrian refugees admitted to the United States.
The duty of the President of the United States is to protect the United States! It is all well and good to have sympathy for the plight of the true refugees from war and destruction and poverty, but the President’s duty is to be on the side of Americans, not foreigners.
In 1945, Harry Truman, a great Democratic President, took the decision to use the newly developed atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Perhaps President Truman didn’t really understand just what kind of death and destruction the bombs would have on metropolitan areas, but that wasn’t really his concern. President Truman was concerned with his first duty, ending the war with the fewest possible American casualties, casualties which some projections had as high as a million had we been required to stage a landing on Honshu. With the dropping of the bombs, and the threat of more to come, the Emperor was able to force the militarist government to accept unconditional surrender, and there were no American soldiers killed in an invasion of the home islands, because there was no longer the need for an invasion. Harry Truman, a Democrat, understood his duty; Barack Hussein Obama does not.
¹ – I am not particularly fond of the initials ISIS, and the reduction to just IS, for Islamic State, seems even worse. Da’ish is an acronym for the Arabic al-Dawla al-Islamiya fi Iraq wa al-Sham, and, according to the BBC, the group “objects to the term and has advised against its usage.” Therefore, I shall use it!
² – I am most definitely not a supporter of Mr Trump’s candidacy.