Is Obama a Muslim? I am not a conspiracy theorist nor a mind-reader. Only Lord God knows what is in a person’s heart. So, I simply do not know. What I do know is that if he is not a Muslim, he is certainly a Muslim sympathizer. How do I know this? Simple. Actions speak louder than words. We all know this. Let’s look at what else we know about Obama and his view of Islam:
-He allowed himself to be quoted in the NY Times (that bastion of the vast, right-wing, conservative conspiracy, right folks?) as saying the Muslim call to prayer is one of the prettiest sounds to his ears. Who but a Muslim or at least a Muslim sympathizer would think this, let alone allow himself to be quoted as such?
-His State Department is allowing Syrian “refugees” made up of 70% males age 18-30 (according to the UN’s own reporting) to come to US, but won’t allow in Christian Yazidi women or children being tortured and held in sex slavery to come to US
-He expressed support for building a mosque at Ground Zero in New York
-He spent several of his formative years in Indonesia (the largest Muslin nation on earth)
-His birth father was Muslim
-His very weak stance against Islamic terrorism and “for show” fight against ISIS. Much has been written about the administration’s so called war against ISIS:
-a few sorties a day are sent, and most return without firing a shot:
Compare Obama’s lackluster “war” against Islamic terrorism with his saber – rattling and outright provocation of Russia:
Why is Obama so weak against Islamic extremism, a more immediate threat, and yet very confrontational against Russia and, to a lesser extent, China? Again, we can speculate, but one possible answer is very obvious.
We can go on, but I think we can see a pattern. If you don’t already know these facts, please don’t simply take my word for it. Please do your own research and draw your own conclusions.
As the old saying goes, actions speak louder than words. If Obama is not a Muslim, he certainly has demonstrated without a doubt that he is a Muslim sympathizer, even to the past, present and probably future detriment of Christians in the US and abroad.