Putin Puts Obama in the Hot Seat

Raymond Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, a Judith Friedman Rosen Writing Fellow at the Middle East Forum and a CBN News contributor. He is the author of Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians (2013) and The Al Qaeda Reader (2007). 


Vladimir-Putin_4Russian President Vladimir Putin has a strange way of speaking straightforwardly, without all the artificial and “morally superior” airs one expects from Western politicians.

Earlier, for example, he wondered why Western leaders were supporting cannibals in Syria:

You will not deny that one does not really need to support the people who not only kill their enemies, but open up their bodies, eat their intestines in front of the public and cameras. Are these the people you want to support? Is it them who you want to supply with weapons? Then this probably has little relation to humanitarian values that have been preached in Europe for hundreds of years.

Putin was referring to the notorious video of a jihadi leader biting into the organs of a Syrian soldier while screaming Islamic slogans.

Now, the straightforward Russian has asked another equally important and straightforward question — the sort of question so full of common sense that most Western politicians never expect to hear a fellow politician asking (and, as usual, one the Western media have failed to report on, though Arabic media is abuzz with it).

In a videotaped interview published today concerning U.S. attempts to go to war in Syria, not only did Putin criticize Secretary of State John Kerry’s  dissembling concerning the nature of the Syrian opposition, but he also said:

There is another question: if it turns out that the armed rebels are the ones who used weapons of mass destruction, what will the United States do with the armed rebels?  And what will it do with those sponsoring the rebels? Will they stop supplying them with arms? Will they start fighting against them?

Indeed.  Considering that invading Syria is almost entirely being rationalized in the context of Assad violating the human rights of others, what will the U.S. — Obama, Kerry, McCain, et. al. — do if it turns out that the al-Qaeda led rebels are, in fact, the ones using such weapons, assignificant evidence already indicates?

Probably what they are doing now: continue misleading Americans and go to war anyway, since — and once again — this has nothing to do with chemical weapons.

Update: RT posted the video and translation of Putin’s questions regarding what the U.S. would do if it turns out the rebels used chemical weapons (here, around the four-minute mark).

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  • objectivefactsmatter

    “Then this probably has little relation to humanitarian values that have been preached in Europe for hundreds of years.”

    This is a very good point: Even if Assad did use chemical weapons, he gassed cannibals. Chemical weapons are never what I support, but that doesn’t mean I’m willing to throw out all context and run to aid the cannibals.

    • Viking

      Obama’s support to such savages shows that Putin are closer to European humanitarian values than Obama.

      • rightrightright

        Because Obama isn’t European?

        • Viking

          I am not sure how to interpret that. If you mean that the US and Europe doesn’t share the same humanitarian values, I beg to differ.

          If you mean that Obama with his US/Indonesian/Nigerian background differs from both of them, that makes more sense.

          • Fritz

            Kenyan not Nigerian, but B.O’s world view is that the third world is moral the first world is not, so he sides with savages over civilized or even semi civilized men. It’s a very childish and a dangerous view for someone in his position.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          I think Viking meant cultural European, not European nationalists.

          I could be wrong. He’s saying that Putin is more concerned about preserving Western civilization, though his relationship with Iran says otherwise. OTOH supporting Syria as a buffer state to keep the Sunni jihadi’s at bay helps everyone but the Sunni jihadis.

          Guess which side 0′Bama is on?

          • darkknight91

            Well, he did refer to Iran as a bunch of nuts who shouldn’t have a nuclear weapon. Putin looks out for Russia and Russia only. I don’t understand the American protocol of shunning nations they don’t like or agree with as if they dont exist. It never works and is pointless. Putin understands that.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            “Well, he did refer to Iran as a bunch of nuts who shouldn’t have a nuclear weapon. Putin looks out for Russia and Russia only.”

            This is true. He’s not crazy enough to elevate them to equal status. And this is a legacy relationship from the era of Russia ruling the world…er, the working class ruling the world…or something.

            “I don’t understand the American protocol of shunning nations they don’t like or agree with as if they dont exist.”

            Obviously some POTUS are better at dealing with friendly and enemy nations. Democrats talk publicly about better relationships but everything usually plays out according to the expectations of their constituents, that are for the most part deranged by Utopian dreams. Republican POTUS are supported by constituents that as a general rule are more savvy about rational foreign policy.

            Russia is not our enemy, but not our good friend yet either. Not because we hate or even dislike anyone, but we don’t trust the system of government as reliable yet. Russia could be our friend by now, very easily. It might even happen during the next presidential term if we purge the more-ons.

            Underneath it all, if you deal with the socialist expectations, Russia is a natural ally. And given how much the West is now corrupted by national and international socialist ideals, we’re hardly able to judge Russia for that.

            But we have a constitution and a legacy that virtually guarantees that the USA is probably more predictable than any other nation. It’s just that we’re so powerful, it really matters when idjits manage to make what in other nations would be trivial miscalculations. We have to get it right or so many people suffer. And the nature of the world is such that even when we do get it optimal, often some people still suffer. Good leadership is rarely easy or simple.

            “It never works and is pointless. Putin understands that.”

            Putin looks better than 0′Bama but that does’t make him a hero without other evidence. It’s easier to be critical of the only superpower than it is to lead the only superpower. Having said that, I can’t find any specific criticism of Putin. Just saying that according to the circumstances I may not trust him at this point, but what I mistrust most is the legacy of the Soviet Union. We don’t know how much of that still lives on with Putin himself.

            Anyway, I give credit when it’s due and Putin has handled 0′Bama very well and he’s done it without alienating Western opinion for the most part. As far as I can tell. And I like that someone can handle 0′Bama.

          • ziggy zoggy

            The Last President of China handled Obama pretty well too. American media and our hordes of morons and misinformed fools can’t protect him outside our borders.

            I miss Boris Yeltsin. That guy was cool and Russia was our friend under him.

      • Vic Pers

        That’s sickening statement! What a vendetta!

    • truebearing

      Obama eats dogs. Maybe he has a bit of a craving for longpig, too.

      One of the many problems with Obama’s psuedo-moral polemic is that Al Queda has used chemical weapons, too, so why then aren’t we attacking both sides? Al Queda has already said that they consider the use of WMDs to be morally justified by their religion. Assad has said nothing of the kind.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        Maybe he spent more time in Papua than we heard about.

        • ziggy zoggy

          They only dig up freshly buried corpses to eat in Papua. It’s mostly the women who do it.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            Well that’s not so bad. It is a step towards accepting what the jihadis are doing though.

          • ziggy zoggy

            Yeah. They remind me of flesh eating zombies. Implacable, near mindless canibals.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            Basically every Hollywood zombie movie is a politically correct narrative about jihadis.

          • defcon 4

            I remember the beginning of the remake of the Dawn of the Dead featured some muslimes banging their heads down to worship their death god.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    Putin in this case has his leadership more in line with American interests than 0′Bama does. And who do the other politicians follow? The Sunnis.

    We have a big problem with political corruption. We’ve apparently been funding our own destruction at the gas pumps.

    • WW4

      Politics? Obama is very good at politics.

      Leadership? Not his strong suit.

      • ziggy zoggy

        He sucks at both. He is an opportunist capitalizing on Black skin privilege.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          0′Bama has some powerful political tools in his arsenal, none of them prepared him to be an effective POTUS.

          “He is an opportunist capitalizing on Black skin privilege.”

          That’s a big part of it for sure. That’s probably most of it. Without that he’d be nothing.

          • ziggy zoggy

            Yes. Even his media patronage is due to hisBSP.

  • Viking

    It is told that people are known by the company they keep: Obama’s company in Syria consists of (among others) the Al-Qaeda, murderers, rapists and cannibals.

    • oandroplex700

      please speak nicer of obams buddies!!

      • jeepwonder

        Why? Does Reggie get upset when we say the emperor is naked?

        • ziggy zoggy

          No, he gets a woody.

      • LINDA

        NO WAY HE IS AN ANTI AMERICAN TERRORIST, MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD TERRORIST, EVIL LIAR, NARCISSIST AND THE DEVILS MINION.

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    • Arf

      Sounds like Obama has chosen people just like himself.

  • truebearing

    I never thought I would say something like this, but….I trust Putin more than I do the President of the United States.
    Putin’s arguments make sense, as opposed to nearly everything Obama has said, and then self-contradicted. Putin clearly was telling the truth when he called Kerry a liar. Obama has yet to tell the truth about anything that matters.
    There is something very disturbing about Obama’s willingness to ignore the consequences of his Red Line Theater, both domestically and internationally. For some reason, it is more important for Obama to press on, despite the massive unpopularity of his plan here at home, and the complete rejection by the entire world community. Obama simply isn’t a principled man and he isn’t a courageous man, so what evil is he up to with his deranged insistence on bringing the world to this very dangerous precipice — that has absolutely no upside?
    If Obama is the Twelth Imam, I understand his objective — bathe the world in blood — but he’s a Christian, don’t you know.

    • m4253y

      “but he’s a Christian, don’t you know”

      you are being facetious i hope?

      no Christian wears a ring with inscriptions from the first of 5 pillars of the religion of peace that proclaims ‘there is no God but Allah’;

      which, btw is the the first required step of anyone who wishes to become a muslim, i.e., to take that as their oath and voila, you are on the path islam.

      ask yourself why kerry & mccain hid the identity of eliabeth o’bagy who is a paid consultant of the free syrian opposition on capital hill when they quoted her report in senate hearings recently in favour of supporting the “secular” rebel forces.

      • truebearing

        Yes, I was being most facetious. For all I know, Imamabama is the Hidden Imam, but he is definitely a Muslim and couldn’t possibly be a Christian.

        • m4253y

          no offence, i thought you were as it was…cheers

      • justquitnow

        His ring does not say that….god you gullible morons.

        • m4253y

          how stupid are you are? seriously, how stupid and ignorant are you?

          • justquitnow

            Send me a portrait of yourself….in an hour I can make a convincing picture that looks like you’re fucking a goat. It’s like you’ve never heard of Photoshop and since some cultic wing wang said it, it must be true. This is the conspiratorial slop that has fallen out of the trough and you are licking it up off the dirty floor.

        • m4253y

          hey, get off your mom’s couch, quit trolling and do a bit of reading you gullible libtard

          http://www.wnd.com/2012/10/obamas-ring-there-is-no-god-but-allah/

          • justquitnow

            I forgot FPM doesn’t allow dirty words..so allow me to restate…this is the lowest of the lowly bs…you understand. World Net Daily is a rag even worse than this one. It is not a journalistic organization. That being said, they altered their photo examples (poorly) and since you can find much higher resolution (and clear) photos of the ring from almost every angle elsewhere online….only WND and Corsi would be lame enough to put this out there. You will believe anything they tell you. The real question is, if they are doctoring photos and tweeking their evidence here and there, do you even care? Or is the conspiracy theory just too enchanting.

          • m4253y

            no worries, if you want to dish it out i will reciprocate duly in kind and more so should the need arise.

            let’s have a look at your ‘crdible’ statement of ‘facts’, shall we?

            1. “this is the lowest of the lowly bs…you understand.”

            and your facts disproving what you refute is BS are exactly what?

            2. “World Net Daily is a rag even worse than this one. It is not a journalistic organization.”

            you apparently know of a ‘reputable’ news source? you have a proper definition and expectation of ‘credibility’ when you hear ‘news’ reported such that you can suss out immediately what’s real or not in your make believe world? kind of like ‘spidy-senses’ peter parker? You admit that you neither like wnd nor fpm and yet you frequent them both? From the outside looking in, your limited intellect notwithstanding, can you not see how that degree of trolling is a non-starter towards the acceptance of any scintilla of what the supposed veracity is of anything you are spewing? Is this an alien thought to you?

            3. ” they altered their photo examples (poorly) and since you can find much higher resolution (and clear) photos of the ring from almost every angle elsewhere online….only WND and Corsi would be lame enough to put this out there.”

            again, your rebuttal is what exactly? You would have me accept that ‘justquitnow’ is the sole expert and his logic alone is good enough for me and anyone else to just blindly accept without regard for any other possible ideas? Open-mindedness?

            4. “You will believe anything they tell you”

            you have tainted your cerebral matter, obviously limited in scope as it is, to just accept the closed door, leftist agenda that there are no truths unless they are convenient?

            5. “The real question is, if they are doctoring photos and tweeking (sic) their evidence here and there, do you even care?”

            do you even understand that the magnitude of your limited logic is based on your groundless assumptions and not facts? that you have no proof? that you have no credible evidence otherwise refuting what has been posited? Obfuscation come to mind?

            6. “Or is the conspiracy theory just too enchanting.”

            your sole argument in refuting the claim regarding your master’s ring is that it is a conspiracy theory on their part to make the claim?

            Justquitnow, you should take some very good and salient advice before you hurt yourself any more so than need be, your extreme prejudice and lack of credibility notwithstanding;

            initially, stop trolling sites such as wnd and fpg. your admission that you dislike these sites speaks volumes to your lack of credibility and therefore one learns quickly that you are to be taken with neither a grain of salt nor enough water for an enema procedure.

            secondly, pay heed to your moniker, it is the best advice you provide for yourself; kind of like looking into a mirror.

            alas, when, if ever you may have something other than bluster, though i cannot promise you, i may choose to respond, just maybe mind you.

            otherwise, good luck with your blind faith as your muslim in chief leads you to the promise land in search of the Holy Grail as his lame stream media minstrels play their fiddles for the enlightened followers of your ilk.

            good luck, best wishes, take care, all the best, cheers.

            ps, you will need it.

          • justquitnow

            the photo has been tampered with. Wake up.

    • Dyer’s Eve

      Obama is ‘Mabus’, the Third Antichrist.

      • Hammy

        I have these insights when I see obama speaking…I see evil, and it has nothing to do with being liberal or republican..I am neither, I am a Brazilian living in Canada. But I have always been a very sentive person to people’s bad aura and energy and I felt something veru odd back in 2009 when I started seeing Obama speeches. Cannot explain what it is, but if one believes in Evil and God…it makes total sense…I feel Obama is here to usher something horrible

        • justquitnow

          Don’t worry they are remaking the “left behind” movies…so you got that to look forward to.

        • truebearing

          I have felt the same way from the first time I saw him speak at the Democratic Convention, four years before the fateful day he was elected. It was Obama’s candidacy for the presidency that motivated me to get on the internet and do battle with the Left, and especially the minions of Obama.

    • Vic Pers

      But he might be the antichrist , you know.

      • Ruthie

        Get your story straight… Putin stole the RING ! Putin thinking HE got a GIFT too.. Not.
        Paul &
        Ruthie N Nebraska

        • Vic Pers

          Okay Putin lover! What ever you say!

    • LINDA

      I agree

    • Arf

      I, too, trust Putin more than Obama. At least Putin uses logic to form his arguments. Obama — doesn’t know the meaning of the word. Kerry is not just a liar — as are all the State Dept. officials. He is a political and financial whore. Give him a prestigious position, a high salary and he’ll defend the most indefensible policies one can imagine. He married a wealthy heiress and has lived off of others his whole life. He goes around the world for whoever pays him, touting lie after lie because it means money in his pocket and prestige to his sick ego. He is as worthless a human being as you can be.

  • Gamal

    I wouldn’t be so sure this has nothing to do with chemical weapons. If WMD use is allowed there will be more WMD use. Chemical weapons are indiscriminate, they kill everybody men women and children.

    • Viking

      Few, if any, will support the use of chemical weapons in itself. In fact, the use of such weapons in Syria has received almost worldwide condemnation.

      On the other hand, we have muddled front lines and rebels capturing army weapons depots, and high ranking and competent officers defecting and joining the rebels. We also have a madman in the White House itching to bomb Assad as soon as chemical weapons were used.

      It doesn’t take that many brain cells to figure out that an orchestrated chemical attack on civilians would make the Caliph-In-Chief come in with guns blazing on the side of the rebels, regardless of who was responsible. Everyone knew that.

    • Softly Bob

      You’re right. It has nothing to do with chemical weapons. Obama needs an excuse to assist his al-Qaeda brothers. Chemical weapons are such an excuse. If chemical weapons were the real reason, he would listen to Putin and wait for the facts to be checked first.

      Obama is a serpent, don’t you know? He is no longer acting under a thick cloak of deceit. The cloak has fallen off.

      This man is pure evil. Impeach him, deport him, shoot him…. whatever. Just get rid of him!

      • Gamal

        I don’t like Obama, I think he’s a disaster for this country but he may have genuine concern about the use of Chemical weapons.

        • Mark Jessup

          Don’t kid yourself. Before you consider the remote possibility that Obama is oh-so-concerned about innocent men, women and children in Syria being wiped out with chemical weapons, consider his reaction to innocent children being wiped out by surgical weapons in his home state of Illinois when he was a state-Senator. He was rabidly pro-abortion (and still is), and he voted four times AGAINST legislation which would have required doctors to administer life-saving measures to any infant who might be fortunate enough to *survive* an abortion procedure. In Obama’s world, he preferred for the abortion clinics and the people performing that procedure to just dump any little lucky survivors in the nearest garbage can.

          So what makes you think he suddenly bleeds in his liberal-left heart for little Syrian children being murdered?

          “That dog won’t hunt.”

          • m4253y

            don’t forget about the massive sums of those lives taken by his ‘kin’ in north africa through genocide.

          • Seek

            Linking the Syrian situation to abortion is a cheap shot.

          • justquitnow

            Oh get off the self-righteous “i’m against abortion…blah blah”…it’s not even the topic. No one is “rabidly pro-abortion”…WTF does that even mean?

        • reader

          No, he does not. He was opposed to the war against Saddam, who had gassed far more people and who had sent chemical weapons convoys to Syria in 2003.

          • justquitnow

            He didn’t have anymore chemical weapons by 2003. He used chemical weapons all right…we all but gave them chemical weapons to use against Iran in the 80′s. The CWC was in the early 90′s. So he wasn’t using chemical weapons against his own people in the run up to the last Iraq war. This isn’t tough…you can debunk yourself with a little effort.

          • reader

            You can debunk yourself. Saddam got his chemical weapons from the Russians, who – specifically GRU – then proceeded – in 2003 – to move the so-called “stock-piles” into Syria. In fact, there was a scandal, when the so-called “convoy with the Russian diplomats” came under fire on-route to Syria.

          • justquitnow

            Sure….why not…

            So in bizarro world, what kind of “stockpiles” are we talking about…what kind of volume? Are they special chemical weapon machines of some kind that have no shelf life? I can picture the convey….yes, truck after truck filled with what?

          • readers

            Yeah, yeah. Obama drone standard scale: tens of thousands Kurds and Iranians is a none-issue. Several hundreds of Syrians is a humanitarian disaster. The secret is simple: it’s not about Syrians and – G-d forbid, Kurds. It’s about what Obama wants at this particular moment.

        • tatave

          Sure like he had genuine concerns about the guns of Fast and Furious,same for Benghazi.This is what is concerning!

        • Gamal

          A terrorist blowing himself up with a bomb can kill a lot of people. A terrorist releasing Sarin gas can kill many many more. Bombs and bullets are terrible but poison gas is worse. If there is no penalty for regimes using poison gas they will and they will arm terrorist proxies to use poison gas against their enemies i.e. us. The main reason Iran isn’t releasing poison gas in our cities right now is they’re afraid we’ll destroy their nuclear program and that we might use poison gas on them. That will change once they have a nuclear arsenal and they realize we don’t have the will to do anything about it. The question of why Obama didn’t want to fight Iraq after Saddam used chemical weapons but wants to now is a good one. The argument that he does because he supports Al Qaeda is absurd after all he did order the killing of Bin Laden. Maybe he’s growing up a little in office.

          • defcon 4

            Al Qaeda hasn’t disappeared just because OBL is dead. OBL died a martyr’s death. He’s revered as a hero. There is no good reason to ever support Al Qaida. They are a terrorist outfit responsible for the murder of thousands of people.

          • reader

            So how can you form an opinion on what his motivation is if you don’t know where his perceived inconsistencies are coming from? We know for a fact that people close to him are connected with Muslim Brotherhood. It might as well benefited MB to have Bin Laden out of the way at the time, and it definitely benefited Obama in the election cycle. Just like selective drone attacks on some AQ fraction leaders may benefit MB supporting rival fractions. “Growing up a little in office” is not something that’s gonna stick, pal. Try throwing something else at this wall.

          • Gamal

            I’m sure Osama bin Laden was a hero to the Muslim brotherhood. In fact he was part of the Muslim Brotherhood.

          • reader

            I’m sure that Kirov was a hero to the Communists of the Soviet Union. In fact he was one of the CPSU leaders. Yet, anybody disputing the fact that Kirov was assassinated by Stalin (the Communist leader at the time) cannot hope to being taken seriously. Give it a thought.

          • Gamal

            Stalin was a madman

          • reader

            Are you a doctor? What’s your diagnosis regarding Morsi, Al Zawahiri, Nasralla, etc? And who do you think wrote the Koran?

          • Gamal

            You don’t need to be a doctor to know that Stalin was mad. You just need to know some history.

          • reader

            You want to try me on some history about Stalin? Go ahead. But it’s impolite to ignore straight forward questions. Does not bode well for trying to appear a genuine debater.

          • defcon 4

            So was muhammad.

          • Gamal

            I always thought of Muhammad as an evil genius but you’re right he was a madman too.

        • Softly Bob

          If he has genuine concern then why not check the facts first? We don’t know which side did it yet!

    • m4253y

      “Chemical weapons are indiscriminate, they kill everybody men women and children.”

      if the savages have chosen this as their weapon of choice on all sides, then so be it.

      who are we as infidels to doubt the wisdom of allah who has guided his people to commit such barbarous atrocities on one another?

      so long as they do not interfere with anyone outside of their tribal war, be it only shiites vs. alwate vs. the sunnis, then so be it as is the wont and guidance of allah and his religion of peace.

      the positive take is that if they were all to succeed in killing as many of each other as possible, the world will be a better place for it.

      the string puller in all of this, the kingdom of saudi arabia, the sunni stronghold…their hands look as if they are clean, and maybe they are when you have the muslim/islamofascist in chief doing thy bidding but one day, they may have an ‘out damn spot’ moment.

    • http://eacafe.blogspot.com/ Oo_oc_oO

      Chemical weapons are obviously not great things, and it’s good that international law attempts to limit their use. That said, I’m not so sure that killing innocent people with them is really so much worse than killing them with bombs and guns. I would rather be shot in the head than die slowly from poison gas, but in the end the result is the same.

    • defcon 4

      Muslime terrorists are also indiscriminate.

    • ziggy zoggy

      “Chemical weapons are indiscriminate?” Bombs are also indiscriminate.

      This has nothing to do with chemical weapons or children. You know that, troll.

  • Demetrius Minneapolis

    A pot smoking community organizer versus a former? KGB officer. Were so screwed.

    • defcon 4

      At least the former KGB officer isn’t a lying hypocrite.

    • vladdy1
    • Elseebee

      Just shared your comment with my e-mail friends. You’ve summed the situation up better than anyone else!

    • justquitnow

      Yeah let’s make a 300 pound cage fighter President…and for you guys signed autographs of his junk. Sigh

  • DVult

    What about if Assad was in league with the people who carried out the 911 atrocity? What if the Al-Qaeda rebels were? What if both were? Why not just arm the Christians so they can protect themselves and to hell with everyone else?

  • rbla

    It’s interesting that liberal Democrats, the same ones that used to love the Soviets have been on an anti-Russian crusade for over 20 years. Obama and his brain trust have no problem personally insulting the Russian leader. Even staunch anti-Communist Republicans like Nixon and Reagan made an attempt to get along personally with the Soviet leaders and sought to promote détente. GW Bush, deficient cowboy though he was managed to have a decent personal relationship with Putin. Clinton ruined our relationship with the emerging Russian democracy by going to war against Russia’s traditional Serbian allies. Now Obama continues the anti-Russian agenda. Why? Because Russia is unapologetically nationalist and proud of their civilization and this does not fit in with the globalist West-hating imperative of our ruling class. Re RT – they are far from perfect but they will at least report on news (e.g. the rise of the EDL in Britain) that the US media won’t touch. Strange reversal – the American media has turned into Pravda while the Russian media, comparatively speaking has become much more free.

    • http://europa-antiqua-arca.blogspot.com/ para_bellum

      Right and then there’s all the self-righteous handwringing over the anti-homosexual propaganda law. From the dramatic accounts of Western media you would think that every homosexual in Russia had been executed (like what happens in, you know, Muslim countries). All the law says is that you cannot talk to MINORS about homosexuality. But really, why would you be talking to children about any kind of sex? What sort of person does that? Is talking to little kids about butt sex really an important human right?

    • ziggy zoggy

      All true but the British media are worse than Al Jazeera.

      • Hass

        Yep, you’re bang on that one mate.

  • Rosasolis

    Perhaps the biggest problem that Americans have now to face, is that
    your president is so obsessed with each of HIS own opinions that he can no longer listen to the intelligent and well-meant advice from any other
    world leader. He has always been this way, but his self-esteem seems to
    have gotten worse — as his presidency drags on for yet several months.
    Unless he is at last forced to step down, which is perhaps why he had suddenly
    decided to have collegues in Congress, like Kerry, to back him up.
    This man is turning out to be a very dangerous Dictator!
    We are all aware of the fact that the terrible gas attacks in Syria have been
    going on for over 2 years, and have caused many deaths and injuries to
    so many innocent people in this country. We are also aware of the fact that
    Obama has been supporting the Sunni Jihad rebels.
    Doesn’t this man and his cronies realize that if America would bom Syria,
    all Hell will break loose over the entire Middle-east! Do they not realize
    that the Ayatollahs in Iran, Hezbollah, and millions of Shiites are not going
    to sit still and watch this happen.
    Why has Obama not reacted to any of the previous terrible attacks during
    the past 2 years!
    Several Europeans fear that attacking Syria now, will only make the attacks,
    and fighting much worse. It will spread quickly all over the Middle-east, into
    Africa and Asia. Then Europe will be targeted, together with North and
    South America. This could be the beginning of WW 111!

  • Gee

    I don’t disagree with Putin – but let us hold him to the same standard that he is using.

    Russia helped invent the “Palestinian people” in 1964 and supports them to this day, including Putin. On 12 October 2000 Vadim Nurzhitz and Yossi Avrahami were torn apart by a group of “Palestinian” savages, they were dismembered by them.

    The president of Russia then was a guy named Vladimir Putin. To this day he supports those exact people. Mr. Putin you too are on the same level.

    • http://eacafe.blogspot.com/ Oo_oc_oO

      The difference is Putin doesn’t have this air of moral superiority. He doesn’t talk down to people like a college professor.

      • katarina broman

        And he doesn´t wear a helmet when out and about on his bicycle either LOL

        • defcon 4

          I believe in some states it’s illegal to ride a bicycle on city streets w/o a bicycle helmet.

    • defcon 4

      That wasn’t Russia, that was the USSR. The same USSR that recognized Israel in ’48′.

      • Gee

        One in the same and one of those people that helped invent the “Palestinians” was a KGB officer name Vladmir Putin

        • Softly Bob

          So Putin helped invent the Palestinians when he was 12-years old? Is that what you are saying.

        • defcon 4

          I have no love for how the USSR armed/equipped the enemies of Israel. I just hope they don’t do so anymore.

          • Gee

            Of course they do – that is where the money is.

          • defcon 4

            But why? Supposedly, Russia has more oil in Siberia than Soddy Barbaria ever had in total. I’d like to see Russia flood the oil marketplace w/cheap oil and drive the islam0nazi oil barons out of business.

  • defcon 4

    WW3 might be preferable to the ongoing ethnic cleansing being committed by muslimes throughout the world.

    • Softly Bob

      As long as WW3 isn’t really WW3 and is confined only to the Middle East (except Israel) then I will go with that!

      • defcon 4

        Islam0fascism is a world-wide phenomenon.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    With respect to the use of WMD, I have a serious problem when Westerners use WMDs against other Westerners. I also have a serious problem when Muslims use WMD against Westerners. However, when Muslims use WMD on other Muslims, I applaud and encourage their use.

    In other words, there is no moral equivalence between Western civilization and Islamic totalitarian civilization, and if you believe otherwise, then you may as well accept the fact that you are a very gullible useful idiot when it comes to scourge of Islam.

    Again, the sole fundamental mission of Islam is the subjugation of all religions and all infidels into Islamic totalitarianism through jihad and the eventual imposition of Sharia, which is Islamic totalitarian law. As Islam, alone, believes that its holy texts are the direct verbatim testimony of Allah (God) as dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel. Therefore, Islam is the one true religion, and because Islam is the one true religion, all other religions, which are false, must be made to bow down to Islam in abject submission.

  • mikeh420

    “I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”

    Barack Hussein 0bama – Audacity of Hope

    • ziggy zoggy

      Yes. Too bad for us that the ugly winds are coming from the direction of the Muslims.

    • justquitnow

      have some shame and don’t misquote people. Asshole.

      • defcon 4

        Oh really? What have you been reading the lies on Snopes? Who referred to “my muslim faith” on national TV again?

        • justquitnow

          It would be really funny if you guys weren’t so serious and didn’t believe this horsecocky with religious like conviction. He’s not a muslim…just get over the histrionics. You have a black president.

          • defcon 4

            Sorry ‘tard, but we’ve noticed the enormous respect the zero exhibits for islam0nazism, while ignoring the ongoing atrocities being committed by muslimes like you throughout the world against Christians, Jews, Hindus and Buddhists on practically a daily basis.

          • justquitnow

            So now I’m Muslim? Learn how to argue man….you don’t get to decide what other people believe unless you’re a self concerned cultist. Be less binary.

          • defcon 4

            Maybe you should practice being less mendacious clown.

          • justquitnow

            Sorry…you go on defending misquotes. Who cares what he really said anyway. Muslims are everywhere, hug your gun close tonight.

  • Vic Pers

    What about if Putin is using the momentum to undermine the advancement the real rebels have accomplished against the Syrian regime? Maybe he’s trying to do so, as revenge for what Reagan’s “Freedom Fighters” did to Russia in Afghanistan?
    What ever the case might be, My question is: If those chemicals were used by the Alqaeda rebels or any other rebel group, who gave them access to obtained them? And if they are so dangerous, why were they not destroyed? Now the final question is: Who’s gonna use them against us first, Alqaeda or Assad?

  • AgentVX

    BarryZero is most likely a secret member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • katarina broman

    Why can´t he wait for proof before he strikes? There is a difference between gas manufactured in a lab and gas manufactured in a basement in the outback of Damaskus! Let the chemists do their analysis, because what will happen if the US bombes Assad and then it turns out that it was the Rebels who dun it!?

  • Drakken

    It is rather interesting that Putin is pointing out the obvious and is playing chess and 10 moves ahead while Comrade Obummer and company can’t even figure out how to put the pieces on the board. If dummy Obummer does a strike, the Syrians with Iran will start a jihadist terror campaign around the world against western interests that will send our shaky economies into a free fall. On the flip side of this coming disaster, maybe with the events unfolding the folks in Europe and the US will finally say enough is enough and get rid of the traitors and muslim collaborators enmasse? The possibilities are endless.

  • justquitnow

    If you are defense attorney, then you might introduce the ploy of “what if there was another killer present”. Instead of defending the Assad regime it seems like Russia should be helping to find out the truth.

  • doruss03

    Thank you Putin. We need a man like you. After you are through Obamo start working on John Kerry, lately this guy is becoming a warrior.

  • Jon Slater

    secret footage discovered showing Putin teaching Obama some lessons. http://youtu.be/z7xygwcpdGk