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20 Obama Quotes About Islam Contrasted With 20 Obama Quotes About Christianity

by Michael Snyder, The Truth Wins:

You are about to read some of the most shocking quotes that Barack Obama has ever uttered in public.  A few of these have been widely circulated, but most of them are very obscure.  Even though he claims to be a Christian, throughout his political career Obama has repeatedly attacked traditional Biblical Christianity and he has a very long history of anti-Christian actions.  In public speeches he has repeatedly cast doubt on the Bible, he has repeatedly stated that he does not believe that Jesus is necessary for salvation, and he has consistently said that he believes that all “people of faith” believe in the same God.  At the same time, Obama has always referred to Muhammed as “the Prophet”, he has always expressed great love and respect for Islam, and he has even removed all references to Islam from terror training materials used by federal government agencies.  So what in the world does “the leader of the free world” actually believe?  Read the quotes below and decide for yourself…

20 Quotes By Barack Obama About Islam

#1 “The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of Islam”

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2 comments to 20 Obama Quotes About Islam Contrasted With 20 Obama Quotes About Christianity

  • rich

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    What Obama cares about is trimming the deficits and keeping Wall Street happy. That’s it. But the people who elected him don’t want him to cut the deficits, because cutting the deficits prolongs the slump and costs jobs. What they want is more stimulus, so people can find work, feed their families, and have some basic security. That’s what they want, but they’re not going to get it from Obama because he doesn’t work for them. He works for the stuffed shirts who flank him on the golf course at Martha’s Vineyard or the big shots who chow down with him at his $100,000-per-plate campaign jamborees. That’s his real constituency. Everyone else can take a flying fu** for all he cares.

    Then there’s the Fed. Most people don’t think the Fed’s goofy programs work at all. They think it’s all a big ruse. They think Bernanke is just printing money and giving it to his criminal friends on Wall Street (which he is, of course.) Have you seen this in the New York Times:

    “Only one in three Americans has confidence in the Federal Reserve’s ability to promote economic growth, while little more than a third think the Fed is spinning its wheels, according to a New York Times/CBS News poll….

    The Fed has been trying for five years to speed the nation’s recovery from the Great Recession by reducing borrowing costs to the lowest levels on record….

    Most Americans, it would appear, remain either unaware or unpersuaded.” (“Majority of Americans Doubt Benefits of Fed Stimulus“, New York Times)

    “Unpersuaded”? Are you kidding me? Most Americans think they’re getting fleeced; unpersuaded has nothing to do with it. They’re not taken in by the QE-mumbo jumbo.

    • Ed_B

      As to the Fed, well, what can we say about an organization that was born of deceit and foisted onto the American people when there was absolutely no need for it and at hideous cost? The Federal Reserve System really is a system that is designed to fleece the American public of as much money as possible, which they are doing quite handily. They have no “reserves” and they are no more federal than is Federal Express.

      Then, there is their stated mandate to protect the value of the US dollar while maximizing employment. The US dollar has lost over 97% of its value in the 100 years since the Fed was brought into existence. In the 100 years prior to that, the value of the US dollar barely budged. Employment? Does it look maximized to any one reading this? Of course not. If the BLS were to calculate unemployment in the same way that the US Gov calculated it in 1990, the number of unemployed would not be 7.x%. It would be 24%! John Williams at uses the old Gov method and his numbers show a vastly different story. Of course, Mr. Williams is not beholden to the Fed or the Gov. His clients are companies that do not want a bunch of feel-good smoke and mirrors. They want the truth about the economy so they can make good decisions on how best to operate their companies. Because of this, Williams has a vested interest in the truth… unlike the so-called mainstream economists who largely work for the government at various levels, the big banks, and Wall Street… the very heart of the financial disaster that is now upon us.

      It is clear that the Fed has failed utterly in its stated mission. If so, then what ARE they doing and why? Well, I believe that their REAL mission is to protect the profits and the interests of the big NY banks. I believe this because their actions are always directed towards serving these ends and not their stated mission goals. The Fed’s answer to any and all economic problems is ever more money for the banks and their friends on Wall Street while Main Street absolutely withers on the vine. Poorly run banks and brokerages that need a constant stream of fresh capital are not viable business entities. They are organizations that exist for one purpose and that is to loot the US Treasury, which they have done and continue to do… and the Fed is helping them do it at every possible turn.

      The US existed as a nation for about 125 years with no central bank. Those years were some of the best and most prosperous times in our country. It was also a time when the US tended to avoid “foreign entanglements” unless attacked. Both of these were excellent policies. Sadly, they have gone by the wayside at about the same rate as has American production. Is there a relationship here? Yes, these dots do seem to line up and connect quite nicely. Foreign wars are funded by big banks. Without these big banks funding both sides of every conflict and both sides signing documents to guarantee the losers war debt, it is a VERY profitable venture for these banks because no matter who wins, they cannot lose.

      The bottom line is that we simply have too many banks that are too large, too powerful, and too well connected politically. America is being consumed by the financial sector with the big banks and Wall Street leading the charge. These organizations need to be broken up and many of them need to go through the bankruptcy process to clean out the sewage that has collected in the financial sector over the past 2-3 decades. But this is not happening. Until it does, however, America will not stand tall again, be the productive power-house it once was, have opportunity for all our people, or lead the world to a better time for all.

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