GIVAT SHMUEL, Israel February 7, 2014 — President Barack Obama, who promised to unite the country, has instead become one of the most divisive figures in US history. He is a leader who quickly labels opponents as racists while wailing against the “upper-class.”
It seems like everywhere you look these days, liberal Americans are calling attention to the rights of the imagined “oppressed,” be the oppression because of color, immigration status, income class or sexuality. Last month in an interview with The New Yorker, Obama said, “There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black president.”
“Now, the flip side of it is there are some black folks and maybe some white folks who really like me and give me the benefit of the doubt precisely because I’m a black president.”
Perhaps America’s feelings toward President Obama have less to do with race than he would like us to think?
The oppression of homosexuality is center stage in the left-wing attack on conservative family values, and charges of bigotry have become the weapon of choice. The judicial branch of the US government circumvention of state’s rights to illegally enforce the legalization of gay marriage continues across the country.
A vicious battle has erupted over a lesbian couple on the Disney Channel and a gay couple with a child in a Coca Cola Super Bowl commercial. The Grammy Awards were punctuated with a plethora of on-stage marriages, including gay ones, during a performance by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
As G-d fearing Americans expressed their opposition to such things, the liberals have gone on the offensive, declaring that anyone opposed to the institutionalization and flamboyant flaunting of gay marriage is a hateful bigot.
President Obama and the left-wing drone cult he commands are not even content with keeping these views within the borders of the “57 states” – as Obama has defined the United States. While most would find Russia’s policies on homosexuality offensive, to drill home his point, Obama instigates conflict by sending openly-gay tennis star Billie Jean King as the White House delegation to the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Yet, despite their predilection for sticking their noses where they don’t belong and telling others how to live, one group has managed to rise above any reprimand by the liberal left with regard to their vicious hatred.
Radical Muslim bigotry has gone all but ignored by the left-wing machine with no good explanation. Muslim views on homosexuality are no secret, as photos of openly gay individuals strung up and hung in the streets of Tehran pepper the newswires. Yet the liberal cabal is silent.
Obama and the left has abandoned its Jewish and Christian brothers and sisters in the world. Muslim anti-Semitism and anti-Christian sentiments has been growing exponentially while the left sits silently by.
In his eye-opening work, “The Sons of Pigs and Apes: Muslim Anti-Semitism and the Conspiracy of Silence,” Dr. Neil J. Kressel explains, “for many self-designated members of the antiracist community, Muslim anti-Semitism has become an unmentionable prejudice. Indeed, in some circles, mere recognition of the phenomenon can get one labeled a racist…when one moves from mainstream progressive to radical left — those with the greatest distaste for prejudice — one finds a fair number who have crossed a fateful line to aid and abet the anti-Semites.”
The same can be said about anti-Christian discrimination in the Muslim world.
Reports out of the countries such as Egypt and Syria tell the world of the countless number of Christians slaughtered by Muslim forces since the “Arab Spring.” However, Islamic hate is not something exclusive to the Muslim-run countries.
As the State of Israel gets hammered daily for violating human rights, the very Arabs serving in the Israeli government beat the drums of bigotry from the Knesset floor.
Anti-Israel rhetoric is nothing new from the likes of Arab Knesset Members Ahmed Tibi and MK Hanin Zoabi. But what about when they speak out against Christian Arabs. Will the left care then?
Not a lot of media attention has been dedicated to the news that the Christian Arab population of Israel has been working to establish their own governmental representation. The Christian Arabs are fed up with the Muslim Arab agenda to bring down Israel from within. According to The Times of Israel, despite being under constant threat, Christian Arab enlistment in the Israeli Defense Forces rose threefold in 2013.
As they now seek separate representation in government, Muslim Arab ministers have begun to show their true colors. On Wednesday, Muslim MK Hanin Zoabi was unable to conceal her vitriolic hate at a Knesset discussion on Christian Arab politics.
Zoabi was upset after Christian IDF Officers Forum leader Shadi Halul fought against the Muslim Arab claim that Arabs do not want a political split. Zoabi exclaimed ” “You are a coward! Go to the streets of Nazareth and Kfar Kana, say what you just said, and they’ll give you the response you deserve.” She was removed from the committee room immediately.
The Christian and Jewish world now awaits condemnation from Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, Billie Jean King and Barack Obama.
What will it be liberals, equality for all or equality for some?
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