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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Fareed Zakaria Asks President About Radical Islam: Obama's Delusional Answer

In an interview with Obama for CNN, Fareed Zakaria asks the president:

"Are we in a war with radical Islam?"

Obama's answer (my emphasis in red):

"I think that the way to understand this is there is an element growing out of Muslim communities in certain parts of the world that have perverted the religion, have embraced a nihilistic, violent, almost medieval interpretation of Islam, and they're doing a lot of damage in a lot of countries around the world. But it is absolutely true that I reject a notion that somehow that creates a religious war, because the overwhelming majority of Muslims reject that interpretation of Islam. They don't even recognize it as being Islam. And I think that for us to be successful in fighting this scourge it is very important for us to align ourselves with the 99.9 percent of Muslims who are looking for the same thing we're looking for - order, peace, prosperity."

Obama actually believes that 99.9 percent of Muslims reject radical Islam? Fascinating!

In fact, 24 percent of Palestinians view ISIS favorably.

Even more remarkable, an overwhelming majority of Muslims in London support ISIS.

So is Obama lying or is he delusional? Decide for yourself.


  1. I think he is delusional in the sense that he believes what he prefers to believe. Obama has a tender spot for Islam. The other possibility is that he is a puppet who dances for those puppeteers who wish to court Iran and Saudis for financial and militiary-strategic purposes.

  2. Does it count as a lie if the venue is CNN, creator of what became labelled the Arab Spring?

    How many postmodern multiculturalist Harvard schooled lawyers does it take to find the light bulb?

    One Answer: 'We assess it will take six Gregorian years to breed and train a team of PETA-approved Edison Hounds who will start the conversation when they find the light bulb'

    something like that, neither a lie nor a delusion, more like an endless dystopia solely in need of a re-branding tweak.