European tolerance of their Muslim population continually proves to be unsuccessful. More and more people throughout Europe become victims of Islamic violence. Do you honestly believe it won't happen here in America?
After telling the world that America is arrogant and nothing special, our President advocates his ideology is above individual beliefs and convictions. Unfortunately, lying to infidels is not sinful in the Islamic religion. As a matter of fact, using any means necessary to advance Islam is encouraged; including murder, rape, torture, terrorizing and deception.
The hope that President Obama promotes mixes truth with reality. I want to be a believer but I listen to what is said. I title this speech as:
“Given the increasing diversity of Americans populations, the dangers of sectarianism are greater than ever. Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation; at least not just… or just should we stick to the Sermon on the Mount, a passage that is so radical, that it’s doubtful that our own defense department would survive its application.” (laughing and applause) …folks haven’t been reading their Bible. …democracy demands that the religiously motivated translate their concerns into universal rather than religion specific values… Politics depends on our ability to persuade each other of common aims based on a common reality… I am hopeful that we can bridge the gap that exists and overcome the prejudices that all of us, to one degree or another, bring to this debate and I have faith that millions of believing Americans want that to happen…people are tired of seeing faith as a tool of attack.” You TubeExcerpt of President Obama’s speech to the Turkish Parliament, April 6, 2009.
“I know there have been difficulties these last few years. I know that the trust that binds the United States and Turkey has been strained, and I know that strain is shared in many places where the Muslim faith is practiced. So let me say this as clearly as I can: The United States is not, and will never be, at war with Islam. (Applause.) In fact, our partnership with the Muslim world is critical not just in rolling back the violent ideologies that people of all faiths reject, but also to strengthen opportunity for all its people.
I also want to be clear that America’s relationship with the Muslim community, the Muslim world, cannot, and will not, just be based upon opposition to terrorism. We seek broader engagement based on mutual interest and mutual respect. We will listen carefully, we will bridge misunderstandings, and we will seek common ground. We will be respectful, even when we do not agree. We will convey our deep appreciation for the Islamic faith, which has done so much over the centuries to shape the world — including in my own country. The United States has been enriched by Muslim Americans. Many other Americans have Muslims in their families or have lived in a Muslim-majority country — I know, because I am one of them. (Applause.)”
Have you ever heard a Christian describe the Sermon on the Mount as radical? I wonder why people question our President’s religious convictions? I understand where he’s coming from, but denouncing one’s personal convictions does not make him trustworthy. Although I agree about the dangers of sectarianism, I would feel safer with less diversity and immigration.
Mentors Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright could not be prouder!
but, as always, I could be wrong...
emphasis added by Denney Crane