Obama Creates $200 Mil Fund to Combat Extremism with Muslim Gov that Supports Hamas Terrorists

Turkey's PM celebrates with Moderate Hamas Leader

Turkey’s PM celebrates with Moderate Hamas Leader

The fox was put in charge of the henhouse. The patients were put in charge of the asylum. An Islamic country run by a vicious thug who supports Hamas and Syrian Islamic terrorists and whose backers have ties to Al Qaeda, will get a giant amount of cash to lavish on the groups he supports.

Only in Obamerica.

The United States and Turkey on Friday will announce the creation of a $200 million fund to combat violent extremism by undercutting the ideological and recruiting appeal of jihadists in places like Somalia, Yemen and Pakistan, State Department officials said Thursday.

The new fund, formally called the Global Fund for Community Engagement and Resilience, will for the first time combine financing from both government and nongovernment entities to identify credible local organizations; develop, monitor and evaluate programs; and channel funds to local projects that target groups and individuals vulnerable to appeals from terrorist groups.

Here are some problems with that.

Problem 1. Turkey supports terrorists.

Problem 2. See problem 1.

Main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) chair Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has accused Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of “providing training to terrorists in Syria.”

But sure that’s just the opposition leader talking. It’s not like Erdogan spends a lot of time meeting and greeting with terrorists.

 Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday welcomed Hamas leaders Khaled Mashaal and Ismail Haniyeh for meetings in the Turkish capital.

But that’s okay… because…

Hamas is not a terror organization, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in an interview with U.S. television late Wednesday,

So the guy who doesn’t think Hamas qualifies as a terrorist group will be helping pick aid to non-terrorists. But at least he doesn’t have a history of spreading hate.

Erdogan was convicted of “inciting hatred based on religious differences.”

And how did he do that? By reading a sweet innocent poem.

“The minarets are our bayonets; the domes are our helmets. Mosques are our barracks, the believers are soldiers. This holy army guards my religion. Almighty, Our journey is our destiny, the end is martyrdom.”

And that came out of…

What exactly was the Welfare Party? It was an Islamist party under Prime Minister Erbakan, Erdogan’s Islamist predecessor. Erbakan gave some of his thoughts to the press a few years ago in which he explained that the Jews run the world, organized the Crusades, control all the money and created the Protestant Church.

So a perfect choice to help fight extremism.

Erdogan has his own Al Qaeda connections. Yasin Al-Qadi, who funneled millions to Al Qaeda is a close friend and though his assets have been frozen worldwide, he enjoys a safe haven in Turkey. The co-founder of the AKP party, Erdogan’s senior and advisor and right hand man, Cuneyt Zapsu gave Al Qaeda a mere 300,000 dollars.

Mohammed Fatih al-Hassanein, the head of an Al Qaeda front charity who helped shelter Bin Laden, met privately with Erdogan and the local Al Qaeda franchise has an office in Turkey where it puts out its propaganda magazine.

200 million you say? Should pay for a lot of copies of Al-Qaeda Monthly. Or maybe the Hamas Tribune.

 

 

  • Softly Bob

    Isn’t paying the enemy supposed to be high treason? Or does that not count in today’s weird and wonderful World?
    I guess it’s just a modern form of ‘Danegeld’, which, if you are familiar with English medieval history, you will know was an appeasement tax paid to the enemy by some of the most cowardly and incompetent Kings in history.

    As Obama thinks that he is royalty, I think that he too could qualify for the title of one of the most cowardly and incompetent kings in history.

    I would definitely check out AEthelred and see if you notice any comparisons.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%86thelred_the_Unready

    Obama the Unready. Yes…I like it. The name definitely suits him!

    • objectivefactsmatter

      “Isn’t paying the enemy supposed to be high treason? Or does that not count in today’s weird and wonderful World?”

      We’re shifting towards multiculturalism and globalism. We must comply with sharia. Dhimmi nations must pay. Obviously not treason in the minds of jihadis.

  • Veracious_one

    The United States and Turkey on Friday will announce the creation of a
    $200 million fund to combat violent extremism by undercutting the
    ideological and recruiting appeal of jihadists in places like Somalia,
    Yemen and Pakistan, State Department officials said Thursday.

    remember…the real problem is Islamophobia…

  • objectivefactsmatter

    “Problem 1. Turkey supports terrorists.
    Problem 2. See problem 1.”

    Now we’re sponsors of Islamic terror as well. That makes the “former terrorists” in to “statesmen.” You know, wannabe Arafats.

    It’s like that check mark you get from twitter or some other meaningless verification. Or maybe it’s more like an award from the German National Socialists Party.

    In any case, we do know that 0′Bama has his allies. An “American” fifth columnist is allowed to form or extend a global axis of evil simply because he promised enough free stuff to a bunch of leftist dupes. Oh yeah, black skin privilege helped too.

  • Naresh Krishnamoorti

    The trick is to support terrorists, while keeping actual blood off your hands. This is the fastest way of becoming a multimillionaire in Obama’s America.

  • Biff Henderson

    This is no different than the One granting 1 Billion dollars to the Indonesian education system so aspiring jihadis can be more adept at navigating a target rich environment.

  • Marty

    This is a very sick joke. The United States is basically courting and bribing islamic thugs to continue to brutalize their own people in the forelorn hope they will leave us alone. This tactic never works. The money would be better spent to support Kurds and others who seek their own state by taking territory from turkey, iran, iraq, and syria. We should be weakening islamic regimes, not supporting them.