October 16, 2013 – The Syrian News reported: SAA Killed A Large Number of Obama Thugs Today.
Who is the SAA? The Syrian Arab Army. Who are the Obama Thugs? Wahhabi, a terrorist group fighting in against the Assad regime under the guise of “Syrian Rebels”. If you want to know what is reality outside the US borders, you must go outside American media to know what’s out there.
Syrian News reported:
“Today wasn’t a good day for Obama and his evil team self-proclaimed the ‘international community’, the community sponsoring the Wahhabi terrorist thugs in Syria were served multiple blows by the Syrians, and the following is just a brief of the operations and the tolls.”
So just how does Barack Obama become synonymous with terrorist? Let’s take a step back in time…
The contemporary Wahhabi movement is the modern outgrowth of a 250-year-old schism within Islam that was sparked by a radical evangelist named Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (1703-1792). Ibn Abdul Wahhab believed that Islam had been corrupted by countless errors and innovations, which he set out to purge with puritanical zeal. He and his followers denounced intellectualism, mysticism and traditional Islamic spirituality.
Contemporary Muslim jurists immediately branded Ibn Abdul Wahhab and his followers heretics. The group was outlawed. Ibn Abdul Wahhab’s father – a respected, mainstream Muslim scholar – denounced him, and his own brother wrote a book refuting his doctrine. But Ibn Abdul Wahhab soon found other allies. In 1744, he forged an alliance with Muhammad ibn Saud, a powerful tribal chief in what is now Saudi Arabia. It was a “merger of religious legitimacy and military might” that helped both men realize their dreams of power. Together, they launched a bloody rebellion against the Ottoman Empire, then the central authority in the Islamic world. The initial revolt ultimately failed, but the alliance between the two families continued. As the twentieth century dawned, the Wahhabis, still led by the descendants of Ibn Abdul Wahhab and the al-Saud family, launched a new insurrection against Ottoman rule. With British backing, they ultimately won control of the region now known as Saudi Arabia, establishing theocratic monarchy there that persists to this day – a nation that has used its vast oil wealth to export this extremist ideology around the globe.
As the traditional institutions of Islam collapsed with the last Islamic empire, a dangerous void was created that the Wahhabis quickly moved to fill. Donning the mantle of Salafism, the modern Wahhabis were soon transforming their radical religious reform movement into a powerful political force. Having rejected classical Islamic jurisprudence, most of the traditional institutions of authority in Islamic society and most of Muslim history, they began building a new socio-political paradigm – one that drew heavily on modernist notions of nationalism and Marxist conceptions of class struggle and world revolution.
Note: There are several names that are deeply tied to Barack Obama – who had a big impact on him and his ideologies. Frank Marshall Davis, Bill Ayers, John C. Drew, Jeremiah Wright…
John C. Drew, Ph.D., is a former Marxist-Leninist who met Barack Obama when he was a sophomore at Occidental College in California. Drew spent an evening with Obama and a group of Marxist-Leninist friends at a restaurant where they discussed politics and Communist revolution. Drew had graduated from Occidental and was doing graduate work at Cornell University when he returned to visit friends at Occidental. Dr. Drew was still a Marxist-Leninist at the time he debated Communism with Obama and his friends. Drew had grown disillusioned with the idea that violent revolution could come to industrialized societies, but Obama disagreed. According to Drew, “He [Obama] was arguing a straightforward Marxist-Leninist class-struggle point of view, which anticipated that there would be a revolution of the working class, led by revolutionaries, who would overthrow the capitalist system and institute a new socialist government that would redistribute the wealth.” Drew notes that Obama arrived at the dinner party with his patron, a wealthy Pakistani Muslim named Mohammed Hasan Chandoo. They roomed together in Chandoo’s house and arrived in a BMW. Obama rejected Drew’s analysis of a Marxist revolution in America: “He was pretty persistent, that I didn’t know what I was talking about Drew saw Obama once again at a party that Obama and Chandoo gave at their house in June 1981. (Drew has long since rejected Marxism.) In his autobiography, “Dreams From My Father,” Obama says this: “To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully. The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists and punk-rock performance poets.” Drew points out that “What he’s not saying is that he was in 100 percent total agreement with those Marxist professors. When you understand that, Obama’s later associations and policies make more sense, including why he was taken in by Rev. Wright’s ideology.” Dr.Drew was interviewed on a radio talk show recently and spent an hour describing Obama’s Marxist-Leninist beliefs and his career path that was helped by known Marxists in Chicago. One of Obama’s college professors at Occidental was a socialist and they remain good friends to this day. Groomed To Serve Marx/Lenin. As more and more information is uncovered about Obama’s childhood and his path into politics and power, it is evident that he was mentored and helped along the way by Islamists and by hard-core Marxists.
His own mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, had embraced Marxist ideology as a high school student in Washington state. She had been taught by Marxist teachers and was a proud atheist.
In Hawaii, he lived with his grandfather and grandmother while his mother stayed in Indonesia doing anthropological work. His grandfather introduced teenage Obama to Frank Marshall Davis, a black Communist, as a mentor. Davis had come out of the radical black Marxist movement in Chicago, which began flourishing during the 1930s. According to John Drew, the Marxist-Leninists he attended school with at Occidental all either went into college professorships or became community organizers. Drew became a college professor; Obama became a community organizer and later a college professor.
Obama’s entrance into Harvard Law School was aided by two radical Marxist-Black Muslims. One of these men was Khalid al-Mansour, who has served as an advisor to a Saudi billionaire. (Mansour’s real name is Don Warden.) Al-Mansour was a mentor of Black Panther Party members Huey Newton and Bobby Seale, both criminals. The other man who helped Obama get into Harvard was Percy Sutton, who was a lawyer for Black Muslim Malcolm X. Obama’s spiritual advisor for 20 years was Pastor Jeremiah Wright, a Black Liberation theology advocate. Black Liberation theology is based on the Marxist ideology proposed by black racist Professor James Cone. Obama’s political career was launched in Chicago with the help of Alice Palmer, a state senator who was also known to be a hard-core Communist.
Obama’s campaign for the U.S. Senate was started in the home of Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, both violent founders of the Weather Underground. Ayers had been involved in bombing a New York City police department, Capitol Building and the Pentagon in the 1970’s. In summary, from the very beginning of his life, Barack Obama has been imbued with Marxist thinking – from his mother, Frank Marshall Davis, his college professor at Occidental, and his Pastor Jeremiah Wright.
In addition, his path to political power was greased by black and white Communists and anti-white Black Muslims.
All along the way, Barack Obama’s career has been on a trajectory to political power – aided by the sworn enemies of the United States. He owes his existence to his Marxist-Leninist patrons and he is paying them back as President of the United States. Every policy he is pursuing is designed to destroy capitalism, undermine traditional morality, and weaken the United States militarily and diplomatically.
While Islamic law categorically forbids uprisings against Muslim rulers, the Wahhabi doctrine allowed Salafi “scholars” to declare the leaders of countries like Egypt and Algeria “unbelievers,” thereby providing a religious pretext for popular revolt against them. This has led to Salafi-inspired opposition movements or outright insurrections in Algeria, Yemen, Libya, Jordan, Syria, Egypt and elsewhere. It has also led to something of a split in the movement, with some Salafi leaders urging immediate rebellion and others calling for a more evolutionary approach to societal change. This clearly demonstrates why Barack Obama played a key role in the regime changes in those Middle Eastern nations [Algeria, Yemen, Libya, Jordan, Syria, and Egypt.]
Contemporary Salafism has spawned a dizzying array of political groups and revolutionary organizations. It provides the theological justification for terrorist armies such as HAMAS, with its legions of suicide bombers, and Algeria’s Armed Islamic Movement, which has a penchant for wiping out whole villages with machetes. At the same time, Salafism is the motive force behind groups like Algeria’s Islamic Salvation Front, which tried to take power through polls, and the Jamaat-e-Islami, one of the most powerful popular political forces in Pakistan. While these groups may use different methods and tactics, they share a common aim: They want to establish an Islamic theocracy based on their own narrow, puritanical interpretation of the Muslim faith.
(click here for part two)