What the World Needs Now is a Stronger Hitler and a More Powerful Hamas.

When will they ever learn?
How many roads must a man walk down?
The answer is blowin’ in the wind.

It's no wonder that Obama wasn't there.

Might Obama have shown him the truth and light?

Latma has once again revealed a gross distortion of history, doubtless perpetrated by the Joos. We now know that Winston Churchill was a vile warmonger who brought death and destruction to all of Europe. Today, in her Churchillian way, Israel is a vile warmongering, illegitimate and faux-country full of Joos who will not rest until death, hatred and destruction have been brought to all of the otherwise peaceful Middle East.

Can’t Israel just give the Religion of Peace a chance, just as Churchill should have given Nazism a chance? Can’t they listen, as Churchill should have done, to the voices of reason and light? The small, quiet voices of peace from 1938 are still there but are now ignored.

In 1938, Neville Chamberlain reported back to his cabinet on the second of the three meetings he held with Adolph Hitler that make up the Munich debacle. Chamberlain said he “was satisfied Hitler was speaking the truth” about the resolution of the Sudeten crisis as the road to peace––just as today Western leaders believe Muslims who say resolving the Israel-Arab conflict will make jihadist terror disappear. Of course, the Palestinians are as much a pretext for the jihadists’ aggression as the Sudeten Germans were for Hitler’s. Indulging an over-estimation of his powers of personal persuasion, Chamberlain claimed, “He had established some degree of personal influence over Herr Hitler.” Remember when we were told that Obama’s Muslim name and admiration for Islam would create “a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world . . . based upon mutual interest and mutual respect,” as he said in Cairo, and thus advance American interests? At the next meeting Chamberlain assured his cabinet that Hitler “would not deliberately deceive a man whom he respected and with whom he had been in negotiation, and he was sure that Herr Hitler now felt some respect for him. When Herr Hitler announced that he meant to do something it was certain that he would do it.” Doesn’t this sound like Obama’s comments above that Morsi is a “straight shooter who delivered on what he promised”?

Instead of listening to those small, quiet small voices we are treated to diatribes such as this, from the same source.

Of course, in reality Hitler had nothing but contempt for Chamberlain and the ease with which he had gulled the Prime Minister, whom he threatened to kick in the stomach and called “a little worm.” Obama and America’s low approval throughout the Middle East––lower than when the hated George Bush left office––suggest Obama has earned a similar contempt. Remember the chant of the 9/11 rioters at our embassy in Cairo: “Obama, Obama, we are all Osama”?

Obama Peace PrizeOne must wonder whether President Obama would have deserved his Nobel Peace Prize even more had he found a way to met with Churchill and to dissuade him from his wicked ways. Surely, he could have persuaded him that Peace on such reasonable terms as offered by Hitler was the Only Answer, no matter what the question may be. Alas, he did not.

However, we must not become discouraged. President Obama has another four years and will certainly bring the Peace that Passeth Human Understanding to all of the Earth, Insha’Allāh. With devout religious leaders such as Egypt’s new democratically elected President Morsi in power, the way is at hand.

President Obama recently demonstrated his all encompassing love of peace by announcing the gift of U.S. F-16 fighter jets to Egypt as foreign aid. Perhaps this gift of love will make Israel, a well known bully, think at least twice before again attacking her peaceful little neighbors. Although there has as yet been no confirmation, it seems reasonable to hope that President Obama will soon present similar gifts to the oppressed peoples of Palestine, who desire only to live in peace in their native land, Palestine — all of which the Jooish usurpers now outrageously refer to as “Israel” with no basis in history, law or reason. Those in “Israel” seem to disagree with reasoned analyses such as this by Hamas leader Khaled Mashal on December Eighth:

Palestine from the river to the sea, from the north to the south, is our land and we will never give up one inch or any part of it…. Palestine was, still is and will always be Arab and Islamic. Palestine belongs to us and to no one else. We can never recognize the legitimacy of the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Palestine belongs to us, and not to the Zionists…. Jihad and armed resistance are the right and real way to liberate Palestine and restore our rights…. Liberating Palestine, all of Palestine, is the duty and right and goal of all Arabs and Muslims….

Might the United States lead the way for Israel by returning her own unlawfully occupied territories to Mexico? That should be President Obama’s first step as be begins his historic second term next month.

President Obama’s second term as President was indeed the greatest gift that Allah could have bestowed on the people of the United States; they must accept it in the spirit in which it was given. In time, all Americans will learn the facts of history, become better educated and realize the truth that comes from Allah. This can and must happen because with President Obama’s leadership the system of education in the United States will continue to improve. Soon, True History, True Herstory and even True It’sstory will be studied and learned by all, Insha’Allāh.

Now some joyful Religion of Peace Christmas Music from Latma:

To close today’s sermon, let us all bow toward Mecca and prey for world peace.

About danmillerinpanama

I was graduated from Yale University in 1963 with a B.A. in economics and from the University of Virginia School of law, where I was the notes editor of the Virginia Law Review in 1966. Following four years of active duty with the Army JAG Corps, with two tours in Korea, I entered private practice in Washington, D.C. specializing in communications law. I retired in 1996 to sail with my wife, Jeanie, on our sailboat Namaste to and in the Caribbean. In 2002, we settled in the Republic of Panama and live in a very rural area up in the mountains. I have contributed to Pajamas Media and Pajamas Tatler. In addition to my own blog, Dan Miller in Panama, I an an editor of Warsclerotic and contribute to China Daily Mail when I have something to write about North Korea.
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7 Responses to What the World Needs Now is a Stronger Hitler and a More Powerful Hamas.

  1. Publius/Huldah says:

    Well! Yours is a fascinating blog. And your farm looks beautiful. The photo at the top is an orchard, it seems. What is growing there?.

    • Thank you! It is an orange grove as seen from the northern border of our property. Most of our land is to the south, where we can see a bay that exits to the Pacific Ocean. We also grow oranges and have several pastures for the horses.

      • Publius/Huldah says:

        Well, America is literally falling apart.
        How is the political & economic stability in Panama? and is farm land expensive?

      • Panama is fairly stable politically and economically, perhaps more so than most other Central American countries. As with most such countries, the legal system leaves a bit to be desired.There is no significant welfare system, but the Social Security system — to which both employer and employee contribute monthly — provides a degree of medical care to covered employees while working and after retirement. If you are interested in having a legal firearm, it’s best either not to come or to forget about firearms. They are substantially more expensive than in the States and getting a license is expensive, frequently takes years and is often unsuccessful.

        Farm land in our area was less expensive than currently when we bought our five hectares about ten years ago for $10,000 per hectare (one hectare has about 2.5 acres). I have heard recent asking prices of about $50,000 per hectare but those are not necessarily “getting” prices. Sugar cane still seems to be a principal cash crop and some farms of our size have the minimal machinery to crush cane, juice it and boil it down into raw sugar that tastes a lot like molasses. Probably due to the low price and ready availability of sugar, local rum is both excellent (it is at least as good as the Venezuelan rum I remember from about fifteen years ago) and cheap, about $11.75 for a 1.75 liter bottle. Diabetes is also quite common.

        I’ll be happy to try to answer any other questions, preferably by phone. We have SKYPE and can be reached either via a California number provided by SKYPE (1 831 216 4800) or, using your computer and SKYPE, at dan-and-jeanie-miller.

  2. bunkerville says:

    Thanks for the reminder. Excellent post.

  3. B Martin says:

    The only good liberal is a dead liberal.
    The only good muslim is a dead muslim.
    Allah is a fraud and mohammad is a pig.

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