OBAMA DIDN'T GO TO PARIS BECAUSE HE'S ANTI-SEMITIC
Obama remark about a random shooting in a Paris deli and all Administration remarks after it leaves no doubt about him hating Jews. Updated 2/15/2015
After the attack against the Charlie Hebdo in Paris, Muslim terrorists attacked a kosher supermarket and killed four Jews. Other Jews were critically or seriously wounded for the simple “crime” of being Jewish. During the Holocaust there were about 73,500 French Jews slaughtered. Today France holds Europe’s largest Jewish population, about 500,000 people. There are 717 Jewish schools, but in recent years many Jews have been moving to Israel because of anti-Semitism largely due to the growing Muslim population. In 2013 there were about 6.5 million Muslims in France. It's likely that most hate Jews. There are 751 no go areas where nobody who is not Muslim may enter. Last year their treatment of Jews played a major role in leading over 7,000 French Jews to move to Israel.
Obama, whose father was Muslim, and whose Indonesian school registration indicates that he was registered as being Muslim, has repeatedly demonstrated his hated for Israel and for Jews. He refuses to recognize the term “Muslim terrorism.” Why didn’t Obama join world leaders to protest the anti-Semitic attack? Why didn’t he send the Vice President or Secretary of State? Why didn’t he permit Attorney General Eric Holder to attend although Holder was about a block away? The answer is both simple and encoded in Torah. On Figure 1 OBAMA is encoded at the same skip as ANTISEMITIC. What touches OBAMA in the open text is UNTO A DEAD BODY HE SHALL NOT COME. So he stayed away and kept others away from the memorial service at the Grand Synagogue in Paris. PARIS is a skip +1 on the matrix. It is followed by UNCLEAN, a word generally used for the dead. As will be made clear after the discussion of the statistical significance of this matrix, he, his Administration, and the State Department left no doubt about his hatred of Jews (and Israel) over the next month. This can have very dangerous consequences.
STATISTICAL AND POLIICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here ANTI-SEMITIC at its 46th lowest skip in wrapped Torah. Normally this is a lower axis term rank than I would publish, but I make exceptions whenever I see two or more a priori key words at special case skips (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term). Here we have OBAMA at the same skip as ANTI-SEMITIC and HE WILL NOT COME (UNTO A DEAD BODY) and PARIS at skip +1, best case scenario. Before factoring in the axis term ELS rank, OBAMA appears at special case skip against odds of about 891 to 1. HE WILL NOT COME was found against odds of about 69 to 1 and PARIS was found at skip +1 against odds of about 127 to 1. Combined odds against these three terms would be about 7,871,511 to 1 if all were found with the lowest skip of ANTI-SEMITIC, but because the axis term has ELS rank 46, I divide the combined odds by 46 to arrive at final odds against finding this matrix at about 171,119 to 1. No additional value was assigned to references to the dead. This matrix is both highly significant and a clear statement of what is politically incorrect to say, but 100% true and obvious to anyone who isn’t blinded by unwarranted liberalism. Obama started off his presidency by greeting Netanyahu at the White House only after making him enter through the back door, like a servant, and by leaving Netanyahu downstairs unfed while Obama went upstairs to have dinner with Michelle. No foreign leader was ever treated with such disrespect at the White House. What isn’t obvious is why so many (non-Orthodox) Jews were foolish enough voted for this guy. The answer is that they do not (in general) suffer anything like the anti-Semitism that French Jews do.
HOW OBAMA PROVED HIS HATRED OF JEWS (AND YES, CHRISTIANITY TOO). In an interview with Matt Yglesias of Vox.com the president called extremists “violent, vicious zealots who behead people or randomly shoot a bunch of folks in a deli in Paris.” He eluded past the Muslim religion of the attackers or Jewish religion of the victims in the attack. Specifically, he chose to delete the word kosher from before deli, because that would show that Jews were the target there. In fact, it was actually a kosher market that was targeted. Obama is unable to put the words Muslim or Islamic together with terrorism, but he was at a prayer breakfast able to remind Christians that they were guilty of the Crusades and Inquisition. Obama hates Christianity. He hates Judaism. Obama is a Muslim liar who wants nothing more than the death or conversion of everyone to Islam – which, when he went by the name of Barry Soetoro – was in fact listed as his religion on his school registration when he lived in Indonesia, as is shown below. His remarks about Christianity were as follows:
Lest we get on our high horse and think this [violence in the name of religion] is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. In our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ...Michelle and I returned from India, an incredible, beautiful country, full of magnificent diversity, but a place where, in past years, religious faiths of all types have on occasion been targeted by other peoples of faith...acts of intolerance that would have shocked Gandhi.
If you have any misguided ideas that Obama misspoke about the attack in Paris, his Press Secretary Josh Earnest left no doubt that the Obama Administration is blatantly anti-Semitic in an exchange on February 10, 2015. http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/feb/10/white-house-obama-paris-kosher-deli-shootings-random. Specifically when the White House press corps sought clarification of the President’s statement from Press Secretary Josh Earnest at the White House briefing Tuesday, Earnest would not concede that the attack was not random.
“This was not a random shooting of a bunch of folks in a deli in Paris,” said Jonathan Karl of ABC News. “This was an attack on a kosher deli. Does the president have any doubt that those terrorists attacked that deli because there would be Jews in that deli?”
“It is clear from the terrorists and some of the writings they put out afterwards, what their motivation was,” Earnest replied. “The adverb that the president chose was used to indicate that the individuals who were killed in that terrible tragic incident were killed not because of who they were, but because of where they randomly happened to be.”
Karl: They weren’t killed because they were in a Jewish deli though? Because they were in a kosher deli?
Earnest: These individuals were not targeted by name.
Karl: Not by name, but by religion, were they not?
Earnest: Jon, there were people other than just Jews who were in that deli.
Karl: That deli was attacked because it was a kosher deli. It was just not any random deli. It was a kosher deli.
Earnest: No, Jon. No, Jon.
After the media was all over Earnest for his remarks, he issued a clarification on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon in which he said the “Terror attack at Paris Kosher market was motivated by anti-Semitism.” He also said the White House’s position on the matter had not changed.
SHADES OF HOLOCAUST DENIAL AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT - JEN PSAKI. Coming off the heels of President Obama’s comments that the kosher deli in Paris was attacked at “random,” State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki refused to call the attack an “anti-Jewish” attack when pressed by reporters on Tuesday.
During a lively back-and-forth between Psaki and the AP’s Matt Lee, Psaki said that she wasn’t sure if the kosher deli itself or the people inside were the target. Psaki’s comments echoed those of White House press secretary Josh Earnest earlier on Tuesday.
“Yesterday, the president at his news conference raised some eyebrows by saying that the victims of the shooting in Paris at the kosher deli were ‘random.’ Your colleague at the White House has apparently said something similar today,” Lee told Psaki. “Is that really — does the administration really believe that the victims of this attack were not singled out because they were of a particular faith?”
“Well, as you know, I believe if I remember the victims specifically, there were not all victims of one background or one nationality, so I think what I mean by that is I don’t know if they spoke to the targeting of the grocery store or that specifically about the individuals impacted,” Psaki said.
Unfortunately for Psaki, her talking points were off the mark. All four victims at the kosher deli were indeed Jewish. In addition, gunman Amedy Coulibaly called a news outlet from inside the deli, telling them he “targeted them because they were Jewish.”
White House Omits Jews as ISIS Target on War Proposal.
Even Obama’s request of Congress to authorize limited military Force against ISIS/ISIL has an anti-Semitic aspect to it. With all the flap about Obama’s remark about "a random shooting of a bunch of folks in a deli in Paris,” Obama sent words to Congress that avoided the religion of Jews killed by ISIS/ISIL in Paris. While the wording did mention the names of four Americans beheaded by ISIS in Syria and/or Iraq, it overlooked the fact that one of them, Steven Sotloff, was Jewish (in fact, he held joint American-Israeli citizenship). This fact did not go unnoticed in Congress. You can hear Congressman Lee Zeldin discuss this issue Dana Bash of CNN here. The critical part of Obama's wording for the Joint Resolution request states, "Whereas ISIL has threatened genocide and committed vicious acts of violence against religious and ethnic minority groups, including Iraqi Christian, Yezidi, and Turkmen populations..." As if to thank Barack Hussein Obama for excluding Jews from the list of religions he is concerned about, on February 14, 2015 Omar Abdel Hamid el-Hussein attacked a synagogue in Copenhagen, Denmark, murdering the Jewish guard (Dan Uzan) who was there to protect a Bat Mitvah celebration. All synagogues that I have visited in Europe are guarded, and all have been threatening by Muslims.
What message do all these insults likely have in Tehran? That the death of Jews is OK, as would be the annihilation of Israel. I guess Obama thinks it's OK to murder Christians who are not from Iraq. ISIS in Libya just beheded 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians this weekend, but Egypt is friendly to Israel, so why should Obama care about them? Although Obama has sent signals to Iran about being on the same side against the Islamic State, such an alliance can only come about if Iran is helped to acquire its nuclear weapons. Truly, Obama is an enemy of both the Israel and the U.S. If he was really interested in defeating ISIS/ISIL, his Joint Resolution would not be a request for limited use of the United States Armed Forces, as it states in the first paragraph. Nor would it go on to comfort the enemy under Section 2(a)(2)(c) which states, "LIMITATIONS - The authority granted in subsection (a) does not authorize the use of United States Armed Forces in enduring offensive ground combat operations." So ISIS is free to behead or burn alive anyone without fear of ground forces.
ARTICLE TAKEN FROM JTA – the Global Jewish News Source:
Survey: 74% of French Jews mulling emigration
May 19, 2014 10:51am
— Nearly 75 percent of thousands of French Jews who participated in a recent survey said they are considering emigrating.
The survey, whose results were released Monday by the Paris-based Siona organization of Sephardic French Jews, encompassed 3,833 respondents from the Jewish community of France, Siona said.
Of the 74.2 percent of respondents who said they are considering leaving, 29.9 percent cited anti-Semitism. Another 24.4 cited their desire to “preserve their Judaism,” while 12.4 percent said they were attracted by other countries. “Economic considerations” was cited by 7.5 percent of the respondents.
In total, 95.2 percent of all respondents to the online survey conducted by Siona from April 17 to May 16 said they viewed anti-Semitism as “very worrisome” or “worrisome.”
Slightly more than half, or 57.5 percent, of respondents, said “Jews have no future in France,” while 30.6 percent said there is a future for Jews there.
Asked whether they had personally experienced anti-Semitic incidents in the past two years, 14.5 percent replied in the affirmative but of those, only 21.2 filed a complaint with police. Of the complainants, 27.6 percent indicated that their deposition had led to concrete results.
A similar survey from 2012 showed a quarter of Jews who experienced anti-Semitic incidents filed a complaint, Siona noted in a statement, adding, “The results give cause for concern.”
Ninety-three percent said the French state had no efficient means for countering “Islamic exclusionist and pro-Palestinian propaganda,” whereas 93.4 percent said French mass media are partially responsible for France’s anti-Semitism problem. Roughly three-quarters said French Jewish institutions were helpless to stop anti-Semitism.
A similar number of respondents, 76.3 percent, said they were concerned by “the attack on ritual slaughter and circumcision,” compared to 16.9 who said they were not concerned.