Vatic Note: Lets remember, that both Newsmax, and world Net Daily works for the zionist bankers as do alternative news on the left. As we now know there is no difference between the parties where Zionism is concerned. Lets also remember the 1871 letter written by Albert Pike which clearly states that WW III is to be a war to the end between Muslims and Christians, so the Zionists who hate both, will be left standing after these two kill each other off.
I swear, it actually says that, all the way back to 1871. This below is simply the beginning of the propoganda push toward WW III and the zionists stated objective of global domination. These fiat currency bankers always need a world war to replenish their coffers after extracting all our wealth, and will continue to do so until they get control of the globe. Then the wars will stop since they will have complete and total dictatorial control of the planet, so they can simply work us as slaves for their benefit.
I find this ironic, since its the Zionists that are attacking all religions, not because of their history, rather because of their moral underpinnings which get in the way of the evil these demonic satanists do and their attemted recruitments. As to what Obama, said, that is addressed by Buchanan below. They are trying to create a split in our nation between religions, and between political parties of right and left. THEY CANNOT DEFEAT US IF WE STAY UNITED. So, lets ignore this, except to see it for the scam, deception that it is.
Obama: Christians Did Bad Things 'in the Name of Christ'!
by Admin, Newsmax, 05 Feb 2015
President Barack Obama stirred outrage with his speech at the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday, comparing the atrocities committed by ISIS to those of Christians "in the name of Christ."
"Unless we get on our high horse and think that this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ," Obama said. "In our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ."
"So it is not unique to one group or one religion," Obama said. "There is a tendency in us, a simple tendency that can pervert and distort our faith."
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The comments drew swift reaction.
Appearing on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV, conservative commentator Pat Buchanan fumed at Obama comparing the extreme barbarity of ISIS to the Crusades.
"The whole idea of the Inquisition in Spain – I mean these things are hundreds of years ago. That was a 30-year war long, long ago.
"I can't think of any atrocities that have really been committed in the name of Christ … There's no justification anywhere in all the books of the New Testament for any kind of violence on the scale of what we just saw with that Jordanian pilot."
Buchanan said Obama has a "real problem with the cold hard truth and reality of our times" regarding terrorism.
"There is an element in the Islamic community worldwide, which has awakened and is embarked on a global crusade of its own to conquer western countries," Buchanan said.
"But first [they want to conquer] Arab and Muslim countries and to impose upon them a Sharia law to expel the Christians, Jews, and the nonbelievers if they're Shiite and not part of what they consider the mainstream.
"They're using all manner of violence in order to achieve this, from Boko Haram to ISIS to Ansar al-Sharia and to al-Qaida. Can the president not see the reality of his own time that he's got to retreat centuries to find what he thinks might be a moral equivalence?"
Buchanan also objected to Obama's reference to racial segregation laws during the Jim Crow era during the same speech.
"To call it Jim Crow, which was a form of segregation of racists; to say that was rooted in Christianity, it seems to be an absurdity and injustice," he said.
Former U.S. Rep. Allen West said: "President Obama is the gift that keeps on giving,' "The Islamapologist-in-Chief attempted to find moral equivalency between the brutality of ISIS and Christianity."
And in a statement on his website, Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League, said "the president should apologize for his insulting comparison."
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore, a Republican, said Obama's remarks were "the most offensive I’ve ever heard a President make in my lifetime."
Gilmore said it illustrated that "Obama does not believe in America or the values we all share. There is no moral equivalency for the horrific behavior of terrorists whose atrocities are shocking and reprehensible"
Reaction also poured in on Twitter.
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