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Sarkozy Re Obama: Is This Guy a Wack Job Or What?

In Obamarama, The Enemy Among Us on 13/04/2010 at 07:26

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is calling Barack Obama a “dangerous lunatic.” The story picked up from the European Union Times via NewsBusters.com translates the quote as “dangerously mad lunatic.”

Apparently Sarkozy’s impressions of Obama are circulating the Kremlin of all places in a letter pinned by France’s Directorate-General for External Security, Erard Corbin de Mangoux.

According to the EUT report, Sarkozy was “appalled” at Obama’s “vision” of what the World should be under his “guidance” and “amazed” at the American Presidents [sic] unwillingness to listen to either “reason” or “logic”.

The full-page article goes on to say that Sarkozy “scolded” Obama for not listening to what the rest of the world has to say, in a meeting that took place during the French President’s visit to the U.S. two weeks ago.

The tête-à-tête apparently came about when Sarkozy took exception to Obama’s unconcerned attitude on the rise of Muslim extremism in the wake of increasing Eurabiasation on the Continent.

Fears in Europe are running high at the rising population of Islamics in several EU member-states, that if current growth rates are sustained Muslims could destroy the Global Banking System. Collecting interest on loans is a violation of Sharia law.

The EU Times continues:

Obama, on the other hand, doesn’t share the views of his European allies and has, instead, embarked upon a course of embracing the Muslim peoples of the World and to the shock of all has overturned the Bush-era ban on the radical Swiss born Muslim Cleric Tariq Ramadan from entering the United States … and [became] the first Western multinational [sic] to issue an Islamic bond, and this past week commanded that all of his governments security documents eliminate the words “Islamic extremism” and “jihad”.

Although at least one national new outlet, the Village Voice, is discrediting the EUT and the seriousness of Sarkozy’s remarks, no one so far is denying the genuineness of the report.

Says the Voice:

Both the report and its provenance are absurdly sketchy, and do not allow for the possibility that Sarkozy used these terms as an old Borscht Belt comedian might (“Get outta here, ya crazy nut, ya!”).

Yeah, right.

There is no denying that EUT is an extreme website and that its editors have no affinity for President Obama, but the report at its core has the ring of truth.

What we do know about Sarkozy’s impressions of Obama is that he has on several occasions been highly critical of the U.S. President. He has accused Obama of being naïve and weak, and has also referred to him as arrogant.

The rise of Islamism in Europe is not a matter one would think the French President would consider a laughing matter since Islamic Arabs are the fastest growing demographic on the Continent and already an enormously vocal minority. The Village Voice, it appears, is guilty of the same transgression it claims of rightwing blogs – speculating.

Something else we know Europeans have so correctly assessed: Americans do socialism so badly.

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