By John W. Lillpop
Barack Obama continues to build on his paradoxical reputation as a racist agitator and defender of throat-cutting, Jihad-crazed Muslims.
In response to the evil murder of nine church-going African Americans in Charleston, South Carolina, Obama joined the lynching crowds that would blame the tragedy, at least in part, on the Confederate Flag.
As reported, "The president has said before he believes the Confederate flag belongs in a museum, and that is still his position," Eric Schultz, a White House spokesman, told reporters aboard Air Force One on Friday.
A museum, sir?
Then what about the Koran, the Islam equivalent of the Holy Bible, and the Users Manual for decapitations, throat cuttings, live burning, and other barbaric acts against infidels who fail to embrace the murderous dogma of Mohamed, the Prophet?
Shall this murderous volume from the sixth century be consigned to a museum and banned from public exposure to protect Christians, Jews, and others who regard Mohammed and Islam as deadly religious frauds?
Paradoxically and curiously, when it comes to “Religion of peace” blood letting and abuse, Barack Obama is far more understanding and anxious for tolerance.
As reported: President Obama stressed religious tolerance during an Iftar dinner to celebrate the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, linking the murders of nine black Christians in South Carolina with the killings of three Muslims in North Carolina earlier this year.
"As Americans, we insist that nobody should be targeted because of who they are, or what they look like, who they love, how they worship. We stand united against these hateful acts."
Obama lamented the "distorted impression" that many Americans have of Muslims.
"Here in America, many people personally don’t know someone who is Muslim. They mostly hear about Muslims in the news — and that can obviously lead to a very distorted impression," Obama said.
Of course, learning about the Confederate Flag from the media is entirely acceptable, as long as the news promotes the false narrative that the Confederate Flag, and the South, is all about racism, slavery, hangings, burning crosses, and other evils committed by hooded white Christians!
Distorted impressions, indeed, sir!