FDR: A Man – Obama: Enemy of America
On December 8, 1941, President Roosevelt addressed a joint Congress in the aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Roosevelt did not say “radical” Japanese nor did he remotely suggest they were nice people but a few of them had high jacked what it meant to be Japanese. His speech was just over seven minutes in duration and he used the words “Japan” and “Japanese” a total of 15 times during that speech.
Granted Obama can reference himself that many times in 15 seconds, but then we’re not comparing President Roosevelt to the poisonous lover of those who want us dead are we? President Roosevelt didn’t say that a Japanese “call to worship” was the most beautiful sound he had ever heard either.
In his speech President Roosevelt demonstrably made reference to the other countries Japan had violated; and it is important to note that he did not treat Japan as anything less than what it was at that time – a hostile nation bent on conquest. Nor did President Roosevelt issue an edict through his attorney general at a dinner for Japanese sympathizers in the aftermath of Japan’s unprovoked attack on the United States and promise to prosecute anyone who spoke ill of them. And it did not take President Roosevelt two full days to have his FBI declare the attack on Pearl Harbor exactly what it was – an act of war.
Conversely, it took Obama’s FBI two full days to declare the Muslim terrorist attack in San Bernardino, CA, a terrorist attack. That was after Obama tried to float the idea that it was an act of workplace violence.[quote]It took Obama four days to address the nation after the terror attack and then only because he was able to fit the American people in on his way to the Kennedy Center for an awards event. His national address was to threaten if we weren’t nice to Muslims he would have us arrested and to regurgitate his demands to abrogate the Second Amendment.[/quote]
President Roosevelt didn’t try to make the Japanese feel good or feel special — quite the opposite. He detailed that it was Americans who were the victims and that the American government had, through diplomatic channels, attempted to work with Japan.
Obama, however, mocked the American people on foreign soil just days before the Muslim terrorist attack in California, saying we were afraid of “women and three-year olds” because of our objections to Muslim refugees.
President Roosevelt didn’t spin the narrative. He did not try to call that which was evil and demonic, pastoral and safe. Obama has and continues to use every avenue available to him to ensure Muslims are permitted to entrench themselves in a way that allows for them to commit ongoing acts of terrorism on American soil.
Does anyone think President Roosevelt and/or the American people would have tolerated a contemptible individual hiding behind our laws to blame the massive deaths and destruction of Pearl Harbor on the American people?
Huusam Ayloush, spokesman for the domestic hate group the Council on American Islamic Relations (C.A.I.R.) sitting approximately 30 minutes from one of the most horrific terrorist attacks on American soil – claimed that the attack was America’s fault. Appearing on Chris Cuomo’s CNN show, “New Day” he had the shameless audacity to blame the terrorist attack in Paris and California on America.
Liberals and appeasers who refuse to realize what we were up against argue it was unfair to hold Japanese citizens in internment camps during World War II. Without hesitation I say the same should be done to Muslims in preparation to ship them back to their places of origin.
Obama used the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives in an attempt to control the narrative in the aftermath of San Bernardino. Why?
Why would Obama and his Justice Department think it necessary to protect those out to murder us? In the blink of an eye the public knew all there was to know about the transgendered gunman/gun-gal or whatever that there was to know. In the case of the Muslim terrorist attack in California the White House did all they could to delay the public knowing the perpetrators were Muslims.
President Roosevelt didn’t make excuses for the hellacious actions of the Japanese but the Obama White House tried to spin the narrative on San Bernardino as workplace violence and a good employee who was somehow insulted during a Christmas party.
President Roosevelt didn’t go before Congress and the American people and say government needed to control airplanes because of what had happened. He boldly went before America and assured the people that America would not surrender nor abide such a horrific act.
Obama’s first action was to demand gun control even though his own spokesman acknowledged that the gun control measures Obama wants in no way can prevent the Muslim terrorism.
Obama assured America his administration would be the most transparent one in history. Specific to that point in the aftermath of another act of Muslim terrorism, there are three things glaringly transparent: 1) Obama favors Muslims terrorists over Americans; 2) Obama is not inclined to hide his affections for terrorists over Americans; and 3) for all of President Roosevelt’s negatives, thank God, Obama wasn’t in office when Pearl Harbor was attacked.
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About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here