Facebook Trash Talk is “Terrorism”; Presidential Mass Murder is “Policy”

Friday, February 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

William Norman Grigg
February 13, 2014

“Sasha and Malia are huge fans, but boys, don’t get any ideas,” riffed Barack Obama during his stand-up routine at the May 2009 White House Correspondents Dinner, directing his words at the Jonas Brothers, who were in attendance. “But boys, don’t get any ideas. I have two words for you: predator drones. You will never see it coming.”

The assembled sycophants responded by rendering unto Caesar the dutiful laughter required anytime the Pontiff of the Civil Religion decants a carefully scripted specimen of presidential “wit.” On this occasion the affected mirth was a bit more labored than usual, perhaps because it was freighted with the knowledge that Obama had the means to make good on those words if he cared to, and that nobody would hold him accountable if the Jonas Brothers were vaporized as a result of his Caligulan caprice.

Viewed in retrospect following five years of drone-conducted child-slaughter – including the murder, on Obama’s supposed authority, of a 16-year-old U.S. citizen – that line can’t be viewed merely as a profoundly tasteless after-dinner joke, but rather as a glimpse into the mind of an authentic sociopath.

In discussing it assassination program, the Obama Regime no longer takes refuge in poorly executed comedy, or seeks to veil its intentions in bureaucratic euphemisms: It is now openly contemplating the murder – via drone strike — of an unidentified U.S. citizen in Pakistan. That individual is described as an ally of al-Qaeda who has been involved in planning acts of terrorism. Of course, exactly the same description applies to Mr. Obama and his handlers, who in Syria are supporting a hyper-violent al-Qaeda affiliate that was actually repudiated by Ayman al-Zawahiri.

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