mercredi 15 juin 2016

USA : "Islam radical", Obama riposte comme un diable agonisant à la frappe fatale de Trump

B15061605:25 - "Obama a riposté à l'accusation de Trump selon qui il cède à l'ennemi en esquivant le label "Islam radical" écrit l'éditorial board du New York Times.

Nous avions pressentis, hier, que la réponse d'Obama à Trump méritait d'être méditée avant d'être commentée. Cet éditorial board du NYT nous le confirme : Trump a transformé le massacre d'Orlando en une bombe nucléaire larguée directement sur la Maison blanche, Clinton étant de fait déjà écartée de la course par Obama lui-même.

Ce que nous observons est absolument "exceptionnel". Il s'agit là d'un évènement "apocalyptique" au sens propre du terme avec tout ce que cela veut dire d'incroyable et d'inconcevable et dont l'évolution est totalement imprévisible, avec un risque - non, une certitude - que quelque chose d'immense va bouleverser le monde à très court terme.

Nous sommes concrètement en train d'être expulsés de force de l'histoire moderne et la riposte d'Obama qu'analyse sur un ton d'affolement général les bienpensants new-yorkais expose en pleine lumière la nature diabolique du POTUS qui sait qu'il a déjà perdu le pouvoir et se voit contraint d'abandonner ses "motivations", c'est à dire ses postures formelles qui singent un président démocratique, pour enfin brandir dans un geste désespéré de colère absolue la véritable cause qu'il défend : l'Islam radical.

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Mr. Obama’s Powerful Words About Terrorism

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD, New York Times, le 14 Juin 2016

Titre et inter-titres E Gaillot pour €calypse News, le 15 Juin 2016


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In a speech on Tuesday to update the nation on the battle against the Islamic State, given against the backdrop of the Orlando, Fla., massacre, President Obama gave the most powerful rebuke yet to the increasingly unreasonable and dangerous ravings of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump.

Mr. Obama started by listing the ways in which his administration has worked to subdue the threat of terrorism abroad and at home. And because of the use of American and allied force, the Islamic State is losing ground in Syria, Iraq and Libya, he said.
Il (Obama) a abordé l'accusation selon laquelle il cède à l'ennemi en esquivant le label "Islam radical"
Then he addressed the accusation — a fetishized Republican talking point, repeated by Mr. Trump after Orlando — that Mr. Obama is surrendering to the enemy by avoiding the label “radical Islam.” The idea that reciting those words would help magically defeat the terrorists is absurd, and worse. It plays into the desire of groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda to make the war, as Mr. Obama said, “a war between Islam and America, or between Islam and the West. They want to claim that they are the true leaders of over a billion Muslims around the world who reject their crazy notions.”
Insinuer que ces terroristes parlent au nom de l'islam aide leur propagande
Implying that these terrorists speak for Islam aids their propaganda, Mr. Obama said. “That’s how they recruit. And if we fall into the trap of painting all Muslims with a broad brush, and imply that we are at war with an entire religion, then we are doing the terrorists’ work for them.”
Il a mis en garde contre l'abandon du pluralisme et de l'ouverture, notre règle de droit, nos libertés civiles, ces choses mêmes qui font ce grand pays. Toutes ces choses qui nous rendent exceptionnels
The president went on to condemn Mr. Trump and his defenders and enablers for “language that singles out immigrants and suggests entire religious communities are complicit in violence.” He warned against abandoning “the pluralism and the openness, our rule of law, our civil liberties, the very things that make this country great. The very things that make us exceptional.”
Allons-nous commencer à traiter tous les Américains musulmans différemment? Allons-nous commencer à les soumettre à une surveillance particulière? Allons-nous commencer à les discriminer, en raison de leur foi? 
“Where does this stop?” Mr. Obama asked. “The Orlando killer, one of the San Bernardino killers, the Fort Hood killer, they were all U.S. citizens. Are we going to start treating all Muslim-Americans differently? Are we going to start subjecting them to special surveillance? Are we going to start discriminating against them, because of their faith?
Of these ideas, front and center in the Trump campaign, Mr. Obama pointedly asked, “Do Republican officials actually agree with this?” The silence from those leaders speaks volumes.

On Monday, Mr. Trump seized the Orlando horror to summon Americans to panic, repeating his call to seal the borders to Muslims and refugees, to expand the surveillance-and-security state, to keep the nation awash in guns, to treat all Muslims as terrorists or potential terrorists or the complicit enablers of terrorism.

On Tuesday, Mr. Obama in response gave voice to what Americans of good will understand: 
“We’ve gone through moments in our history before when we acted out of fear, and we came to regret it. We have seen our government mistreat our fellow citizens, and it has been a shameful part of our history.”
On Thursday, the president plans to travel to Orlando to bring solace to grieving families and a stricken city. It is all but impossible to imagine the Republicans’ leading presidential contender offering similar leadership, or having the ability to bring unity from tragedy. Which is a sign of how far the party has fallen, behind the banner of Donald Trump.
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