Sunday, April 11, 2010

Sarkozy on Obama

Apparently the Russkis got their hands on a report from French sources...

According to this report, Sarkozy was “appalled” at Obama’s “vision” of what the World should be under his “guidance” and “amazed” at the American Presidents unwillingness to listen to either “reason” or “logic”. Sarkozy’s meeting where these impressions of Obama were formed took place nearly a fortnight ago at the White House in Washington D.C., and upon his leaving he scolded Obama and the US for not listening closely enough to what the rest of the World has to say.

That series of reactions grows from the differences between Sarkozy's and Obama's methods of dealing with the "Muslim problem."

Umnhhh....yah....but the "Muslim Problem" in France (vis-a-vis the USA) is like the "Illegal Problem" in California vis-a-vis in the UP of Michigan.

Perspective counts.

HT: Gateway


Anonymous said...

You must be downing the communion wine like there was no tomorrow. Do you bother to check your sources???

First, the European Union Times site has a video on Muslim demographics that has been discredited.

Second, the site has a poll question, which has several disgusting (and anti-Christian) options.

Third, the EUT site thoroughly lambasted Sarkozy for his own "demented" policies h anti-semeticism (which seems to be a theme throughout its articles!). Refer to this link and the related posts.

Finally, The European Union Times is supported by a white power group!

Talk about "perspective". Hold yourself to a higher standard in the name of Jesus, or you're no different than "leftist wacko sites".

An immediate retraction and apology will suffice.

Anonymous said...

Talk about anti-semitic references, either overt or covert!

Anonymous said...

Ah, yes, the "Muslim Problem", the "ticking time bomb" in France.

"I think the French state could be blamed and in particular for the French model. In this model, individuals do not exist -- only French citizens. The general interest takes precedence over the particular interests. As a community, the Muslims see themselves with difficulty recognizing the right to the difference. The French state succeeded in imposing the ideology of its model on a society which is not it. That's why, as Dr. Cagaptay pointed out, they are the worst integrated Muslim community in any EU country. France wants to build a French Islam but without Islamic institutions. It is impossible. The dilemma is that the French law is disconnected from the religious questions.

Is there a ticking bomb? Probably. But not necessarily because of Islam. For several years the French have been also very confused concerning their own values. For a long time, they believed that they could manage to set up an exemplary society by eliminating the religious sphere, and in particular Christianity. The religious feeling is almost non-existent in France. It is normal that Islam, a young religion in France, occupies the essence of spiritual space here in this country. And in particular today, Islam generates fear, fascination and questioning. The place of the Muslims and Islam in France will in the future present new anthropologic and sociological challenges for the French people."


"The worst case scenario will emerge out of our failure to discriminate between Muslims and Islamism. By Islamism, I mean the fundamentalist, extremist doctrine that is based on a violent and intolerant interpretation of Islam. The worst case scenario will show its ugly and violent face when in our rage against fanaticism we subscribe to another form of fanaticism ourselves. In other words, as Amos Oz the Israeli novelist has said, 'In our anti-fanaticism we can turn into the worst kind of fanatics'.

Remember that the person who assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was not a female-genital mutilating, honor killing Muslim, but a fanatical Jew. The worst case scenario would develop out of blind ignorance in all its various shapes and forms.

**Blind ignorance is not the monopoly of Muslims, it has a fertile breeding ground wherever reason and sound judgment give way to hatred and bigotry. Do not forget that The Holocaust was perpetrated by refined Christians who enjoyed listening to Wagner and perused the works of Heidegger and Celine, and not gang-raping Arabs**

What the fundamentalists want, and as an Iranian I can testify to, is to polarize and radicalize the conflict between Islam and the West as much as possible. They want to push the West over the Rubicon of waging a wholesale war against all Muslims. Achieving this task they can turn around and tell their fellow Muslims that the argument of moderate, tolerant Muslims is ineffective and irrelevant. They want to make all Muslims believe that anyone who argues that peaceful coexistence with the West is possible is a traitor to Islam and acts as a fifth column.

**The West should concentrate its efforts in defeating Islamism, and not in the alienation of Muslims.**"

Dad29 said...

Actually, I ran the quote b/c it contained observations on Obama which are....ahhh........interesting.

The Frogs/Muslims/Atheists/Skinheads stuff--that's not really germane to the post.

But you knew that, right?

Anonymous said...
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Dad29 said...

Screw off, Anony.

Anonymous said...

Apparently you have no problem linking to a source (legitimate???) that has a history of anti-Semitism and was promoted by white supremacy group, so long as it gleefully advances an agenda. It's no different when extremist liberal sources had made unfounded accusations toward Bush Jr.!

knowledge is power said...

what did you expect from a cloned pharaoh?