President el-Sisi watches Kerry and Hollande do-si-do to James Taylor

James Taylor sings Kerry-Okie as American's cringe

President Hollande, John Kerry, President el-Sisi and James Taylor
President Hollande, John Kerry, President el-Sisi and James Taylor

CHARLOTTE, NC, January 18, 2015 – What do you call it when the American secretary of state has James Taylor sing an apology to the French for Barack Obama’s failure to join world leaders in last week’s solidarity march?

Kerry-okie, of course.

That was the mid-point of an embarrassing week of diplomatic mumbo-jumbo by the Obama administration which began with the president’s failure to go to France and ended with an awkward press conference with the prime minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron.

Continuing his relentless apology campaign for all things Islamic, Obama told salivating journalists that, “Our biggest advantage, is that our Muslim populations, they feel themselves to be Americans. And there is this incredible process of immigration and assimilation that is part of our tradition that that is probably our greatest strength.”

Cameron, on the other hand, was only slightly more coherent when he said, “Of course, you need to have, as I believe we are, a multiracial, multi-ethnic society of huge opportunity.” Cameron then pointed to the assimilation of “the real enemy, which is the poisonous narrative perverting Islam.”

It was the last portion of Cameron’s comments that drove him off the track. The simple answer for any and all of the pompous, arrogant world leaders who continue to appease Islam is to read the Koran.

John Kerry claims he has read it, but he obviously did not understand it. Either that or he read the one page abridged version which leaves out all references to killing, slaying and beheading non-Muslims.

To repeat, Islamists are not perverting Islam. Pure Islam may be medieval. It may be outdated. It has not kept pace with civilization. But, jihadists are following their faith exactly as it was taught by the Prophet Muhammad in the Koran. The words speak for themselves. Everything anyone needs to know about Islamic goals is written in that book for everyone to read.

Meanwhile, it now seems the entire continent of Europe is now under siege as Belgium and Greece also felt the ominous threat of terror. Fortunately, so far, nothing else has happened, but countries throughout Europe have armed themselves in anticipation.

Such tactics are not uncommon for al-Qaeda attacks. It has long been their strategy to create chaos in multiple places in order to dilute security. What is new is the dimension to which the threats are being carried out. Rather than spreading through cities, terrorism has cast its tentacles simultaneously into multiple countries.

For years the Muslim invasion of Europe has earned the continent the nickname “Eurabia.” Why then should it be any surprise that Islamic jihad is erupting in numerous countries there? When a pot boils violently, eventually the water spills out of its container. Europe has been a pot of boiling Islamic appeasement for decades. It has finally erupted.

Ironically, amid all the Western insanity, the one adult in the room who truly does understand what is going on, is a Muslim. President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt made a speech on New Year’s Day that was so powerful that some believe it will earn him a Nobel Peace Prize.

That may be a little far-fetched considering that Yassar Arafat, Al Gore and Barack Obama have also been honored with the prize. Consider all that the mainstream press in the United States did not even report el-Sisi’s speech until well after the fact.

Woe be it to the Nobel committee to award its Peace Prize to someone actually making an effort to bring “peace” to the world.

Remember when Sisi led the largest revolution in world history with millions of people in the streets asking Barack Obama and U.S. ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson to stop supporting terrorism? The press certainly doesn’t. They were too busy watching a YouTube video that supposedly got four Americans killed in Benghazi.
El-Sisi also became the first Egyptian president ever to enter a church during a Christmas mass.

Does anyone in the West have any idea how significant it is for a Muslim to even recognize Christmas, much less participate in a Christian service?

Barack Obama, however, countered by watching the NFL playoffs on Sunday rather than fly to France to march with other world leaders. It would have been a “distraction” he said.

When President el-Sisi called for a “religious revolution,” the New York Times insisted “that the sources of the violence are alienation and resentment, not theology.”

Do Barack Obama, the New York Times and other media sources not realize that Muslims have been POed for 1,400 years?

No matter. After all when things really get down to the nitty-gritty we can just call on James Taylor to sing lullabies to the Islamic jihadists.

Bob Taylor has been traveling the world for more than 30 years as a writer and award winning television producer focusing on international events, people and cultures around the globe.

Taylor is founder of The Magellan Travel Club (

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