VIDEO: Nation Shocked After Obama Describes America As A Muslim Country

Amazing that even when you don’t expect anything positive from your president, you can still be shocked by some of the things he says.

In a recent interview with a French reporter, President Obama begins to boast that if you look at the statistics, America is actually “one of the top Muslim countries in the world.” He then goes on to say that because we are a Muslim nation, we need to educate ourselves on Islam.

That’s right. He called America a Muslim nation.

According to the video, the USA is not even near being a top Muslim nation in the world. In fact, we are number 38 on that list.

This article then goes on to trick Christians into signing a list, to make the Governments job easier to round those Jesus freaks up.

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Suhaib Webb, an Imam with ties to former Al Qaeda mastermind Anwar al-Awlaki, had also previously been the leader of the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City, which had been attended by Alton Nolen — the man who on Thursday beheaded a former coworker after recently converting to Islam, Breitbart News has learned. Webb now serves as Imam of the sister organization of the mosque attended by Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
Imam Suhaib Webb has a history of ties to radicalism. FBI surveillance documents found that he was a known confidant of Al Qaeda mastermind Anwar al-Awlaki. Just two days before the September 11, 2001 attacks on America, Webb spoke at a fundraiser with Awlaki with hopes to raise funds for Atlanta-based H. Rap Brown, a man that shot and killed two police officers. The FBI documents also found that “Webb and Awlaki may be associated with the Muslim American Society,” which is a group described by the Investigative Project on Terrorism as being “founded as the United States Chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood.”
Nolen took a picture of himself (above) September 5th, just three weeks before he brutally murdered an innocent woman, standing in front of the gates of the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City.
The caption read: “At The Masjid (Mosque)Today For Jumar 9/5/2014 & Peforming Wudu!!!”



Britain is to join the war against ISIS, after the UK Parliament overwhelmingly backed air strikes targeting the terrorists in Iraq.

Prime Minister David Cameron said there was a “strong case” for extending the air strikes into Syria. He warned that the war against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) was likely to last for “years”.

During an emergency session of Parliament on Friday, Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Labour MPs largely united as they voted 524 to 43 in favour of joining military action in Iraq.

The FBI said earlier this week it had identified Jihadi John, the British terrorist who has been filmed apparently beheading Western hostages.

Last night, six RAF Tornados based in Cyprus were poised to strike targets in Iraq within hours. The military intervention marks the third war in Iraq involving British personnel in the past 25 years.

Britain is now on high alert for revenge attacks after a series of arrests over the past two days. Counter-terrorist police yesterday arrested two men on the M6 near Rugby.

The Prime Minister said: “‘Is there a threat to the British people? The answer is yes. ISIL has already murdered one British hostage and has threatened to murder two more.

“ISIL is a terrorist organisation unlike those we have dealt with before. The brutality is staggering — beheadings, crucifixions, gouging out of eyes, use of rape as a weapon. All those things belong to the Dark Ages. This is about psychopathic terrorists who are trying to kill us. Like it or not they have already declared war on us.” Mr Cameron said Isil posed a direct threat to Britain, citing six plots linked to the terrorist group which had been foiled across Europe.



From Modern Family to Glee: How TV advanced gay rights

Television has played a critical role in shaping a positive perception of the LGBT community worldwide. Tom Brook reports on how the small screen has made a big impact.

Sex on screen: No longer taboo?
In 1997, Ellen DeGeneres made history when she declared “I’m gay” on her primetime sitcom Ellen. Ratings for the series declined in the months thereafter, making some believe that television wasn’t ready to feature LGBT characters. But just a year later in 1998, Will & Grace premiered on US network NBC. The show featured gay characters prominently for eight seasons, leading US Vice President Joe Biden to remark in 2012: “I think Will & Grace probably did more to educate the American public than almost anybody’s ever done so far. People fear that which is different. Now they’re beginning to understand.”

Many other series to feature positive depictions of gay characters have followed, including Six Feet Under, Glee, The Good Wife, Orange Is the New Black and Modern Family, which begins its sixth season on US television on 24 September.

Tom Brook reports on how television has been at the vanguard of changing perceptions of gay people – especially in the US where the proliferation of gay and lesbian TV characters has arguably created a climate more receptive to the idea of gay marriage.

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The Muslim Brotherhood Launches it’s own Political Party in US, Just In Time for 2016

Ready for more Hope & Change?

With an eye toward the 2016 election, the Muslim Brotherhood has built the framework for a political party in America that seeks to turn Muslims into an Islamist voting bloc.

‘Muslim voters have the potential to be swing voters in 2016,” said Nihad Awad in launching the benign-sounding U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations, whose membership reads like a Who’s Who of Brotherhood front groups.

“We are aiming to bring more participation from the Muslim community.”

USCMO also aims to elect Islamists in Washington, with the ultimate objective of “institutionalizing policies” favorable to Islamists — that is, Shariah law.


Michigan Loses ‘Right To Farm’ This Week: A Farewell To Backyard Chickens and Beekeepers

“They don’t want us little guys feeding ourselves. They want us to go all to the big farms. They want to do away with small farms and I believe that is what’s motivating it.” The ruling will allow local governments to ban goats, chickens and beehives on any property where there are 13 homes within one eighth mile or a residence within 250 feet of the property.

The Right to Farm Act was created in 1981 to protect farmers from the complaints of people from the city who moved to the country and then attempted to make it more urban with anti-farming ordinances.


Sweet Little Lady in Church

In church last Sunday, I heard a sweet elderly lady in the pew

next to me saying a prayer. It was so innocent and sincere

that I just had to share it with you:

” Dear Lord: This year has been very tough.

You have taken my favorite actor – James Garner;

my favorite actress – Lauren Bacall;

my favorite Comedian – Robin Williams,

and finally, my favorite author -Tom Clancy.

I just wanted you to know that my favorite politicians are

Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. . . .

. . Amen”

Salmond’s Independent Scotland to promote gay rights

Homosexuals in Scotland may only number around 1% of its population, but Alex Salmond is courting their votes in a final push for the ‘Yes campaign’, according to Pink News.
The First Minister told the ‘Equality Network’, a group of homosexual activists, that an independent Scotland would cement perversion in a new constitution.
Mr Salmond said: “Independence is a once in a lifetime opportunity to embed and enhance LGBTI rights. With Independence we will be able to enshrine LGBTI equality in a written constitution – ensuring our rights cannot be easily reversed by any government”. (‘Our rights’? What can that mean?)



This month saw the first NATO summit since Chicago in 2012, and the first NATO summit in the United Kingdom since Margaret Thatcher welcomed NATO leaders to London in 1990.

President Obama, Chancellor Merkel and President Hollande attended along with leaders and senior ministers from around 60 other countries.

It was an opportunity to ensure that NATO continues to be at the forefront of building stability in an unpredictable world.

The NATO summit produced 113 paragraphs of action points beginning with “We, the Heads of State and Government of the member countries of the North Atlantic Alliance, have gathered in Wales at a pivotal moment in Euro-Atlantic security. Russia’s aggressive actions against Ukraine have fundamentally challenged our vision of a Europe whole, free, and at peace. Growing instability in our southern neighbourhood, from the Middle East to North Africa, as well as transnational and multi-dimensional threats, are also challenging our security. These can all have long-term consequences for peace and security in the Euro-Atlantic region and stability across the globe.

Finalising with….”We express our appreciation for the generous hospitality extended to us by the Government of the United Kingdom and the people of Wales. The decisions we have taken at our Summit will help to keep our nations and populations safe, the bond between Europe and North America strong, and our region and the world stable. We will meet again in Poland in 2016″.