The Terrorist Legacy of Barack Hussein Obama

“When the U.S. reduced its support of moderate leaders and pulled its last troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan in 2014, it left a power vacuum. In exchange for Army defector Sgt. Bowe Berghdahl, the U.S. released five senior Afghan Taliban commanders capable, according to a 2008 Pentagon dossier, of leading Muslim fighters in the Middle East and in America: Mullah Mohammad Fazl, Mullah Norullah Noori, Abdul Haq Wasiq, Khairullah Khairkhwa and Mohammed Nabi Omari.

The U.S. supported the Muslim Brotherhood in ousting Mubarak in Egypt, then supplied arms to fundamentalist Muslim fighters in ousting Gaddafi in Lybia, then supplied and trained Muslim fighters to oust Assad in Syria.

When Russia came to Assad’s defense, these fighters took the name ISIS and invaded Iraq, killing, raping, and beheading tens of thousands. Since 2012, nearly a quarter of a million have been killed in Syria and Iraq by fundamentalist Muslim ISIS fighters.

Retired Gen. Wesley Clark reported on CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” Aug. 25, 2014, that ISIS is supported by U.S. allies of the Arab Gulf, including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Turkey. Reuters reported July 14, 2014, the U.S. is selling to Qatar $11 billion of Apache attack helicopters and Patriot and Javelin air-defense systems.

Just as political organizer Saul Alinsky recommended constantly changing tactics to keep opponents off-balance, fundamentalist Muslims have employed the use of different names: wahhabi; al-Qaeda; taliban; Muslim Brotherhood; ISIS; ISIL; Syrian rebels; etc. Though using different names, they are united in the same ultimate goal of re-establishing the caliphate. Concern exists that any support the U.S. may send will find its way into the hands ISIS fighters operating under another name, and be used to remove Assad in their quest to re-establish the caliphate.

Gen. Thomas McInerney stated in a Fox News interview, Sept. 4, 2014: “We backed I believe in some cases, some of the wrong people and not in the right part of the Free Syrian Army and that’s a little confusing to people, so I’ve always maintained … that we were backing the wrong types. … Some of those weapons from Benghazi ended up in the hands of ISIS – so we helped build ISIS. Now there is a danger there.”

Senator Rand Paul told Erin Burnett in a CNN interview in May 9, 2013: “I’ve actually always suspected that, although I have no evidence, that maybe we were facilitating arms leaving Libya going through Turkey into Syria. … I have never quite understood the cover-up – if it was intentional or incompetence. … Were they trying to obscure that there was an arms operation going on at the CIA annex? … I’m a little curious when employees of the State Department are told by government officials they shouldn’t testify and then they are sort of sequestered and kept away from testimony, so I think there may be more to this.”

In June of 2014, Reporter Aaron Klein of WND was told by Jordanian officials: “Dozens of future ISIS members were trained at the time as part of covert aid to the insurgents targeting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Syria. … (They) were trained in 2012 by U.S. instructors working at a secret base in Jordan. … The officials said dozens of future ISIS members were trained at the time as part of covert aid to the insurgents targeting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Syria. The Jordanian officials said … ISIS members … received U.S. training to fight in Syria.”

German journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter told, Aug. 21, 2014, the U.S. is supporting ISIS through its allies: “In order to fight against the Islamic State in a successful way the West needs to sanction and punish all those powers that are supporting the Islamic State, namely Turkey and the Gulf states. … ‘We have to see the Islamic State terrorists as a Western-created monster. … The Islamic State would not exist without the fierce Western help and also the support by the Arabic Gulf States, as well as the support from Turkey. … Nobody was talking about helping Christians in the region.”

Christian and Yazidis minorities are given the choice: convert to Islam or die, or pay the exorbitant dhimmi jizyah tax. Hundreds of thousands of Christians fled. ISIS destroyed hundreds of Christian churches in Syria and Iraq, such as the ancient 1,800 year old church in Mosul.

Since the first invasion of Islam in 634 A.D., the Assyrian Church of the East, the Syriac Orthodox Church, the Syriac Catholic Church, the Maronite Church, and the Chaldean Catholic Church, quietly suffered 33 major genocides, averaging one every 40 years.

As reported by, the Patriarch of Antioch, Gregory III, who oversees the 1.6 million members of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church in Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Palestinian territories and Sudan, stated: “Who created this hell in which our people have been living for months? … Every day, Islamic extremists from all over the world are pouring into Syria with the sole intent to kill and not one country has done anything to stop them. …”

Gregory III concluded his assessment of Syria: “For the last two and a half years, Eastern and Western countries have not stopped sending weapons, money, military experts, secret service agents and Salafist fundamentalist armed gangs of thugs and criminals, who have fallen on Syria like a destructive new flood.”

The Chaldean Catholic Church is comprised of an estimated 500,000 ethnic Assyrians in northeast Syria, northern Iraq, and areas bordering southeast Turkey and northwest Iran.

Chaldean Catholic Church Patriarch Louis Sako stated in September 2014, when asked by reporters at Beirut’s airport of remarks attributed to him in the daily Ad-Diyar in which he accused the U.S. of supporting ISIS: “The U.S. is indirectly responsible for what is going on in Iraq. …”

Sako continued: “Our Muslim neighbors did not help us. … Issuing a fatwa preventing Muslims from killing fellow Muslims is not enough.”

Patriarch Sako stated: “For the first time in the history of Iraq, Mosul is now empty of Christians.””

By Bill Federer in the