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Author:  Nicholas Stix
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Date:  June 16, 2016
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Obama Provided Material Support to Moslem Mass Murderer Omar Mateen; Obama’s Speech Today was Not About the Orlando Moslem Attack, but About Promoting Gays and Gun Control and Bullying Decent Americans

Here’s a summary: ‘We must embrace our common humanity, but homosexuals are more human than normal people, gun-grabbers are more human than law-abiding gun owners, and anyone who questions whether a gun-free zone can be a safe space, lacks “common sense.” Oh, and for the rubes, we’ll beat ISIL. [ISIS]’

The John Doe calling himself “Barack Obama” had barely begun speaking, when The Boss said, “gun control.” He made us wait a while, as if he’d deluded himself that he could weave a web of lies, logic, and emotion that would trap each non-Obamaton listener, and eventually make a meal of him.

He jumped from one contradiction to another. He spoke of our “common humanity,” but exalted homosexuals, the families of the dead in Orlando (but only so long as they are gun-grabbers), anti-Constitutional gun confiscation and “Latinos,” which he pronounced, as if we were in a foreign country.

He lied, he twisted the meanings of words beyond recognition, he bullied. (We’re supposed to grieve for the dead, because he ordered us to.) In short, he was Obama.

“There were husbands and wives, who had taken a solemn vow…. They’re our family.”

Yeah, husbands of men, and wives of women. (The exception was the mother of eleven who died protecting her adult, homosexual son.) They had not taken a solemn vow, because all of the religions they were raised into consider homosexuality an abomination, and in “Obama’s” religion, Islam, being a homosexual is a death penalty offense. (Not that “Obama” even recognizes “solemn vows,” since he is almost certainly an atheist, and he holds the institution of marriage in contempt.) Which is why Omar Mateen murdered 49 people, in the first place. But “Obama” forbids us from speaking honestly. His sophistry is a semantic fog which he wants no one to be able to see through. And if we show signs of seeing through, he’ll destroy our lives.

They’re not “our family.” If “Obama” were not a genocidal racist, who forced homosexuality, same-sex marriage, and sexual psychopathy on us and our children, and who exalts all non-whites over whites, he could make an argument—from Christianity, and/or patriotism—for thinking of the dead of Orlando as “our family.” But we know that he is no Christian, that he is a racist traitor and, to borrow from Mary McCarthy, that everything he says is a lie, including “and” and “the.”

He seeks gun confiscation, not in order to prevent mass murders, but to aid and abet them.

The Moslem attack was not some sort of freak thing. It enjoyed “Obama’s” material support. Omar Mateen bragged to his colleagues that he was a terrorist—member of ISIS and Hamas—and they reported the statements to the FBI, but instead of investigating and arresting the terrorist, the FBI—“Obama’s” FBI—denounced his patriotic colleagues as “racists.”

As for the speech, “Obama’s” staff had had five days, in which to come up with a powerful speech, yet the one he delivered was so amateurish and vicious that he could have written it himself.

A powerful speech would have gone something like this:

“The attack on the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, was the worst terrorist strike on our soil since September 11th, and the worst mass shooting in our country’s history.

So many people dead, so many people gravely injured, so much carnage, such a disgrace.

The horror is beyond description.

The families of these wonderful people are totally devastated. Likewise, our whole nation, and indeed the whole world, is devastated.

We express our deepest sympathies to the victims, the wounded, and their families.

We mourn, as one people, for our nation’s loss – and pledge our support to any and all who need it.

I would like to ask now that we all observe a moment of silence for the victims of the attack.


Our nation stands together in solidarity with the members of Orlando's LGBT Community.

This is a very dark moment in America’s history.

A radical Islamic terrorist targeted the nightclub not only because he wanted to kill Americans, but in order to execute gay and lesbian citizens because of their sexual orientation.

It is a strike at the heart and soul of who we are as a nation.

It is an assault on the ability of free people to live their lives, love who they want and express their identity.

It is an attack on the right of every single American to live in peace and safety in their own country.

We need to respond to this attack on America as one united people – with force, purpose and determination.

But the current politically correct response cripples our ability to talk and think and act clearly.

If we don't get tough, and we don't get smart – and fast – we're not going to have a country anymore -- there will be nothing left.

The killer, whose name I will not use, or ever say, was born to Afghan parents who immigrated to the United States. His father published support for the Afghan Taliban, a regime which murders those who don’t share its radical views. The father even said he was running for President of that country.

The bottom line is that the only reason the killer was in America in the first place was because we allowed his family to come here.

That is a fact, and it's a fact we need to talk about.

We have a dysfunctional immigration system which does not permit us to know who we let into our country, and it does not permit us to protect our citizens.

We have an incompetent administration, and if I am not elected President, that will not change over the next four years -- but it must change, and it must change now.

With fifty people dead, and dozens more wounded, we cannot afford to talk around the issue anymore -- we have to address it head on.

I called for a ban after San Bernardino, and was met with great scorn and anger but now, many are saying I was right to do so -- and although the pause is temporary, we must find out what is going on. The ban will be lifted when we as a nation are in a position to properly and perfectly screen those people coming into our country.

The immigration laws of the United States give the President the power to suspend entry into the country of any class of persons that the President deems detrimental to the interests or security of the United States, as he deems appropriate.

I will use this power to protect the American people. When I am elected, I will suspend immigration from areas of the world when there is a proven history of terrorism against the United States, Europe or our allies, until we understand how to end these threats.

After a full, impartial and long overdue security assessment, we will develop a responsible immigration policy that serves the interests and values of America….

We are importing Radical Islamic Terrorism into the West through a failed immigration system -- and through an intelligence community held back by our president.

Even our own FBI Director has admitted that we cannot effectively check the backgrounds of the people we are letting into America….”

The foregoing speech, of course, was delivered by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump two full days before Barack “Obama” read his, er, thing. [Read the transcript, and see a video of the entire Trump speech here.]

Since the Orlando attack, “Obama” has shown unvarnished hatred towards Donald Trump, but none towards the Moslem mass murderer. That is because “Obama” saw in Omar Mateen a comrade, and in Donald Trump an enemy, and because Trump is the first white man to ever talk back to Obama.

We can only grieve for the dead of Orlando, the victims of Islam and of “Obama,” in spite of “Obama.” We grieve as Christians and Jews, as patriots, as decent and honest people. And we must say, as one, in the words of Pastor James David Manning: Go to hell, Obama!

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Award-winning, New York-based freelancer Nicholas Stix founded A Different Drummer magazine (1989-93). Stix has written for Die Suedwest Presse, New York Daily News, New York Post, Newsday, Middle American News, Toogood Reports, Insight, Chronicles, the American Enterprise, Campus Reports, VDARE, the Weekly Standard, Front Page Magazine, Ideas on Liberty, National Review Online and the Illinois Leader. His column also appears at Men's News Daily, MichNews, Intellectual Conservative, Enter Stage Right and OpinioNet. Stix has studied at colleges and universities on two continents, and earned a couple of sheepskins, but he asks that the reader not hold that against him. His day jobs have included washing pots, building Daimler-Benzes on the assembly-line, tackling shoplifters and teaching college, but his favorite job was changing his son's diapers.

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