Is Barack Obama a descendant of apes and pigs?


SOUTH FLORIDA, March 22, 2015 — Is President Barack Obama a descendant of apes and pigs?

The very question is so mindbogglingly unacceptable that it makes former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s comments about Obama’s patriotism seem like child’s play.

Even asking such a horrible question would cause Chris Matthews and his MSNBC cohorts to scream racism at the top their lungs. For once, they would be right.

(Ignore the sneaky response of some that all people are descendants of apes. The debate of evolution versus creationism has absolutely nothing to do with this question. The question is directed only at Obama, not all of us.)

The question is incendiary, bigoted and downright vile. So why ask it?

Like a Hebrew Siddur, this question is meant to be read backward. Start with the answer and then answer the question.

Barack Obama is absolutely, positively, unequivocally not a descendant of apes and pigs.

So again, why ask the question?

Broaching the issue allows people to connect some dots that many are deliberately refusing to connect. The hypocrisy is overwhelming.

Asking whether a black man is a descendant from apes or pigs is properly considered racist. Jews have been called the descendants of apes and pigs for years. This anti-Semitic bile is responded to with the soothing sounds of crickets chirping. When Jews are the target of slurs, all of the promises to defend against hate speech are thrown out the window. President Obama is particularly guilty of tolerating this hateful rhetoric.

Jews are constantly compared to apes and pigs from various Arab, Muslim and other Middle Eastern cultures. The mullahs in Iran frequently use this language. Former Egyptian President and Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Morsi repeatedly uses this language. President Obama offered political support to Morsi and is engaging in dialogue and diplomacy with the mullahs.

Obama is not supporting these anti-Semites specifically because of their anti-Semitism. He is just ignoring their bellicosity to further his foreign policy vision.

Obama defenders insist that Obama should not be blamed for the words of others. People often have to do business with unsavory characters to further a noble agenda. This point would be valid if it were not so utterly hypocritical.

When Giuliani questioned whether Obama loved America, the liberal media thrust microphones in front of every Republican presidential contender. Giuliani’s comments were made at a private dinner, but that did not stop liberals from demanding that Scott Walker, Jeb Bush and every other 2016 Republican aspirant take a stand.

At no time has Obama publicly called out the mullahs, Morsi or anybody else for comparing Jews to apes and pigs. He issues half-hearted platitudes about understanding and tolerance while moving full speed ahead toward deals with those publicly threatening to wipe Israel off of the map. Obama’s criticism of such language is alarmingly tepid when he deigns to mention it at all.

Edmund Burke reminded the world that, “All that is necessary for evil to flourish is for good people to do nothing.” When traditional minorities such as blacks and gays are treated shabbily, Obama is prepared with lengthy speeches about teachable moments and our better angels. For some reason, Jews do not receive this protection. In Obamaworld, the ends justify the means. A few insults about eliminating Israel from Earth are a small price to pay for the greater good of a peace deal with anti-Semitic lunatics.

So no, Barack Obama is not a baboon or a piglet. He is a man, albeit a morally bankrupt one.

Barack Obama is a human being. Now he needs to start acting like one.


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  • ButILikeCaves

    Edmund Burke did not say “All that is necessary for evil to flourish is for good people to do nothing.”
    But this use of that quote does indicate the intellectual depth of the article.

    • blacktygrrrr

      Yes he did. There are thousands of websites that verify this. Look it up on wikiquote or brainyquote or any number of sites. I did before I wrote the column.

      If you are going to be an utter pompous gasbag, at least be right. Criticizing the intellectual depth of another while spouting factually inaccurate (as in completely wrong) statements just makes you an imbecile.

      I have no patience for people who combine smugness with idiocy.

      Now either admit I was right and apologize for your comment or you will remain a drain on decent society.

      eric @ Tygrrrr Express

      • Nofun

        In case the post below is not allowed due to a link:

        ButlikeCaves is correct. The earliest known citation showing a strong similarity to the modern quote appeared in October of 1916. The researcher J. L. Bell found this important instance. The maxim appeared in a quotation from a speech by the Reverend Charles F. Aked who was calling for restrictions on the use of alcohol. He was a prominent preacher and lecturer who moved from England to America. The same expression was attributed to Aked in another periodical in 1920.

        The earliest attribution of the modern saying to Edmund Burke was found by Barry Popik. In July of 1920 a man named Sir R. Murray Hyslop who erroneously attributed it to Burke.

        • blacktygrrrr

          The issue is disputed enough to render the original criticism invalid.

          • ButILikeCaves

            Disputed AND never a primary or contemporaneous citation found.
            Try the “Quote Investigator”: he really digs deep. BrainyQuote lacks backing citations.
            (And thanks for blocking my well documented response yesterday)

          • blacktygrrrr

            I have not blocked anything. The system could be having problems. A couple of my responses did not show up either.

            eric @ Tygrrrr Express

    • Edward MacGuire

      Disputed, yes, but there is a great deal of truth in it. Provided, of course, you are right about what constitutes evil.

  • Nofun

    Do the ant-Semites include those who demonize George Soros.
    The racist dog whistling of this article will never be described as subtle.

    • blacktygrrrr

      George Soros brags openly about the happiest days of his life being when he helped lead Jews to the gas chambers. As the son of a Holocaust survivor, I am not cool with that to say the least.

      When you say “racist dog whistle,” what you really mean is you disagree with me but cannot say why in an articulate manner. It’s the last desperate slur of the morally and intellectually bankrupt liberal philosophy.

      Unless you are a canine, you cannot hear dog whistles. If you are a canine, get your paws off your owner’s keyboard before you damage it.

      eric @ Tygrrrr Express

      • Nofun

        Bravely getting posts deleted I see.

        • blacktygrrrr

          I have not deleted a post in over a year. If your post is not showing up, it is probably the system. A couple of my posts did not show up. This is the 2nd time I am typing this.

          eric @ Tygrrrr Express

  • Samuel Sung

    In some related figures, here are the US deaths in Afghanistan, by year:Bush2001: 52002: 302003: 312004: 492005: 942006: 872007: 1112008: 151Total = 558Obama2009: 3032010: 4972011: 4942012: 2942013: 115Total = 1,703