Thursday, July 9, 2009


President Barack Barry Soetoro Hussein Obama can use a little more study of history, from a Western point of view, rather than the fairy tales of Muslim achievement he learned as a Muslim student in Indonesia. As time goes on, everything he has said and every speech he has made points the underlying influence of Islam and his desire for it to dominate humanity.

Here's an outstanding analysis of Obama's speech in Egypt and the real history lesson of violent Islamic expansion.


William J. Federer

In his speech in Cairo, Egypt, June 4, 2009, President Obama stated:
"As a student of history, I also know civilization's debt to Islam. It was Islam that carried the light of learning through so many centuries, paving the way for Europe's Renaissance."

Civilization is indeed indebted to Islam for Europe's Renaissance, but the President's speech was conspicuous in its omission of certain details.
The Renaissance was a revival of interest in Greek art, architecture, sculpture and philosophy, brought about by Greeks fleeing the Islamic invasion of the Byzantine Empire.
It began in the year 1071, when Turkish Muslims defeated the Byzantine army at the Battle of Manzikert and proceeded to invade the Byzantine Empire, which is today Turkey.

First Muslim Seljuk Turks, followed by Muslim Ottoman Turks, turned Byzantine Churches into mosques, melted church bells into cannons, leveled cities, dug up remains of Christian Saints and gave them to dogs.
In fact, civilization is indebted to Islam for Santa Claus, for in 1087, to prevent desecration, Christians moved the bones of Saint Nicholas, the generous 4th century Bishop of Myra, to Bari, Italy, thus introducing his gift-giving traditions to Western Europe.

Later Muslim Ottoman Turks took boys from Christian families and forced them into the Sultan's service as janissary soldiers, and if they were handsome, into Muslim pederasty - "the sodomy of the Turks."