on June 16, 2017
I give this book 4 stars, not 5, for 2 reasons. The first reason is the inattention paid to the horrible administrations of George W. Bush, which propelled a “Change” opponent from the Radical Left in the first place. Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer turn a blind eye to the faults of Bush’s failure on foreign and domestic policies, including letting go of the pursuit of bin-Laden. I feel some context was needed, at least on the foreign policy front because this book is about global internationalism with Muslims. Obama was the Commander-in-Chief when Enemy Number One was hunted down and killed. The second reason is the rushed timing of the publication. Evidently, Geller and Spencer wanted this published in time for mid-term Tea Party elections, therefore leaving the iceberg of anti-American Obama crimes not yet committed. If there is a third reason for less than 5 stars, it’s too much reliance of John Bolton and Sarah Palin.
Now to those crimes. On page 44, the “cartoon riots” of 2006 led to ridiculous Internationalism in the UN. The 57 nation Organization of the Islamic Conference, “the largest voting bloc at the United Nations,” applied Islamic standards of restricted speech that Obama put into place in our intelligence agencies. These same “racist” restrictions are overrunning Germany and England and France, etc. right now. At least Trump was able to use the language of “radical Islamic terrorism” to the advantage of his campaign and the detriment of Obama’s “legacy”. The EU and the UN were better places for Obama’s employment, not the White House. Like rapper Rick Ross, OIC Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu’s presence at the White House signified anarchy instead of order, tribal values instead of law or unity.
See if this sounds familiar in places like Chicago, Ferguson, Oakland, Milwaukee, Baltimore, Charlotte, San Jose, and Ferguson again, riotous cities once Obama was re-elected and free to orchestrate his anarchy. In Kenya, on page 71, the story is told of Raila Odinga, a politician running for office with the coincidental support of area Muslim groups and, of course, Barack Obama. Odinga loses. Then: “Amid widespread charges that [the other guy] had stolen the election, Odinga supporters staged bloody reprisals, killing 700 and displacing 250,000 within a month after the election …. Two hundred people were burned alive when Odinga supporters torched a church.” Geller and Spencer did not know it yet, but these violent, chaotic actions in Kenya were about to be orchestrated on an American scale, and of course they were manufactured: Darren Wilson lives underground fearing for his life for being a good cop, a white cop, as a city is destroyed on national TV, twice. Baltimore riots are encouraged by a black mayor and her “space to destroy”. After she and her helpless state’s attorney Mosby try to crucify law and order as part of their race baiting, even when only the “victim” fit a race baiting profile, Mayor Rawlings-Blake is at the DNC counting delegates, promoted no doubt for anarchy and incompetence, and other factors. Black Lives Matter becomes a terrorist group, chanting for dead cops and communicating threats at an unprecedented level, for this country, which was civilized at least before the Community Organizer took over. A Trump rally is cancelled because of violence in Chicago. Trump supporters are violently attacked in various northern California cities. Conservative speakers like Ann Coulter, Ben Shapiro, and Heather MacDonald are prevented from speaking. Charles Murray defenders are attacked as Murray is ushered to his own safety. Police officers are ambushed and killed in Dallas and Louisiana (and Philadelphia and St. Louis and New York city, etc.). The University of Missouri system has its leaders fired over staged events. Granted the death toll comparison does not compare at all, hardly, but that is only because the USA and Kenya do not compare, thankfully. Clearly, Obama had his relative influence in both cases. He became a veritable arsonist of hate crimes for political gain.
On page 85, the Gaza connection is made. Collusion if Special Counsel and Capitol Hill were so inclined to "be racist" and actually examine the terrorist nature of their new president. Monir Edwan gave the Obama campaign $25 K. Hamas funded Obama. They got what they wanted in return, surely.
“Then There is Obama Himself” begins on page 96. The book says that Obama’s own quotes from Dreams of His Daddy were removed from his own website, Organizing for America. The anti-Semitic comments remained: “Jews owe Africa and Africans everything they have today because if Africa did not shelter them when they were homeless and starving they would not be here today.” Like others in this country who gave Obama all possible passes as examples of their moral imperative, not his, American Jews continued to support him. The website more insidiously supported views from Richard Falk of Princeton that Nazi-fied Israel. Obama supported the Islamists who supported him even when they were shelling missiles at Israel and, worse, portrayed Israel as the aggressors who needed to concede ground.
What may put the cherry on top for Israel was Valerie Jarrett's presence at the 46th Annual Convention of the Islamic Society of North America. She may as well have attended with Goebbels and Himmler (and David Duke) for all the Holocaust approval going down. This brings to mind another interesting match to come from the “Obama legacy”: Hillary Clinton on stage with Jay Z.
Obama and Biden, later in the book, discuss how the majority of the Taliban are moderate members. On page 184, Obama panders to Muhammad Sayyid Tantawi, he who approves suicide bombing. On page 207, he calls the US a "muslim country". Clearly, he wishes; this is like Bush's use of the word "recruitaments". On page 203-205, he praises the Muslim contribution to our history. This is incorrect on every conceivable level and angle and attempt at equivocation. I suppose we have a lot of Muslims to blame for systematic slavery from the Founding Fathers and from the antebellum South. Thanks to that glorious Muslim Charles Lindbergh. Did we know that Theodore Roosevelt prayed to Mecca 5 times a day? Women's suffrage was almost entirely the act of women wearing their hijabs. On second thought, no wonder Henry Ford hated Jews; thanks to Obama, now we know Ford was a Muslim who invented assembly lines for machines, just not for jihad.
The book ends, basically, with some very insightful words about Net Neutrality. Unfortunately, I am waiting for the day when all of the internet functions like the comment censors at Facebook. If conservatives lose the internet, they'll have to resort to being Dostoevsky's Underground Man. At least we all know now what it was like to be "organized". Talk about irony.