Kenyan Mall Massacre
President Barack Obama owes world explanation about why he supports al-Qaeda
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If ever there was a terrorist attack that cries out the name “President Barack Hussein Obama!” the massacre at Kenya’s Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi is it.
The Somalian terrorist group, al-Shabaab, which has links to al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility for the slaughter of at least 62 people, including Canadian diplomat Annemarie Desloges and an as yet unnamed other Canadian. Annemarie’s husband, Robert Munk was injured and has since been released from hospital.
Imagine this horrific scene: Terrified shoppers hid behind counters as the gunmen went on the rampage using guns and grenades. (Daily Mail, Sept. 22, 2013)
Today 10 to 15 hostages are still trapped in the shopping center as security forces lay siege to the building, from which Armed police managed to lead about 1,000 people to safety.
This time the radical Islamic terrorists live-blogged their carnage on Twitter.
Campaigning on the slogan “Obama here, Obama there” promising voters he would have a “direct line to the White House”, Barack Obama’s half brother, Malik Obama went down to humiliating defeat, garnering only 2,792 votes and trailing the winner by 140,000 votes.
With typical Obama family ‘blame the other guy’ tactics, Malik accused the Kenyan Election Commission of concealing the official results.
Earlier this week Malik Obama denied that his Lois Lerner-approved Barack H Obama Foundation has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Malik Obama is not the only Barack Hussein Obama relative knocking himself out in Kenya.
Two days before yesterday’s terrorist attack, Obama’s cousin, Raila Odinga, ‘Your Agent for Change’ was naming his shadow cabinet as Kenya’s Opposition leader.
Sore loser Odinga has lost two presidential elections. When the Supreme Court ruled against nullifying the results of last March 4th’s general elections, he left for South Africa to avoid the swearing in of President Uhuru Kenyatta on April 9, 2013.
That was small potatoes compared to the result of his 2007 presidential failure.
Odinga’s presidential loss in 2007 led to claims of voter fraud and mass rioting with overtones of ethnic cleansing.
“A man beats at a smouldering ambulance’s number-plate with his machete. “See,” he explains, “this belongs to the government of Kenya.” Mobs cry out for their fellow Luo, Raila Odinga, to be made president of Kenya. They plead for guns. An earnest man pushes to the front of one mob. “What we are saying is give violence a second chance.”
“In the past few weeks, Kisumu has been ethnically cleansed. The Luos have driven out 20,000 or so Kikuyus from a population of 380,000; few will return. Every Kikuyu business and home has been looted and burned.
“Odinga had signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Muslim leaders, which eventually led to the deeper incorporation of Sharia into the Kenyan legal system, with the accompanying loss of women’s rights.
“Obama had campaigned with Odinga and strongly endorsed him and the atrocities committed by Odinga’s followers eventually forced a coalition government in which Odinga became Prime Minister and sold out Kenya’s civil rights to Islam.”(Daniel Greenfield, frontpagemag.com, April 6, 2013)
Barack Obama sold America’s civil rights out to Islam when on Sept. 17, 2013 he waived the ban on arming terrorists to allow aid to Syrian opposition which includes members of Al-Qaeda.
Incredibly, Odinga Raila, self-touted on his webpage as ‘Your Agent for Change’ was at the ravaged mall scene. Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga told reporters at the mall that he has been told officials couldn’t determine the exact number of hostages inside the mall. (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation).
“There are quite a number of people still being held hostage on the third floor and the basement area where the terrorists are still in charge,” Odinga said.
Blood relatives notwithstanding, Barack Obama owes an explanation to his Kenyan brothers why he openly supports al-Qaeda.
STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA ON ATTACK IN NAIROBI, KENYA
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement on the terrorist attack that took place at a shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, which has claimed the lives of many, and left many more injured. At this point, we can confirm that two Canadians have died, including one Canadian diplomat.
“Canada condemns in the strongest possible terms this cowardly, hateful act that apparently targeted innocent civilians who were simply out shopping.
“The hearts and prayers of all Canadians go out to the families and friends of all those affected by this senseless tragedy, and we extend our deepest condolences to those suffering the loss of Annemarie Desloges, one of our diplomats who has died in the attack.
“Annemarie Desloges was a distinguished public servant of the Department of Citizenship and Immigration who served in Canada’s High Commission to Kenya, as a liaison officer with the Canada Border Services Agency. She will be remembered and honoured.
“Terrorist attacks like this seek to undermine the very values and way of life that Canadians cherish, and they reinforce the need for us to continue taking strong actions to protect the safety of Canadians no matter where they are in the world.
“Acts of terror cannot be allowed to go unpunished. Canadian staff at our mission are offering Kenyan authorities every possible assistance to bring the perpetrators of this heinous attack to justice.