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  • Mark Steyn Slams Obama’s “Absurd” Response To Radical Islamic Terrorist Attacks

    Responding to the deadly shooting today in Ottowa, Canada, author Mark Steyn said homegrown terrorism and the rise of Islamic Jihad are filling the void and the vacuum created by liberals’ obsession with multiculturalism.

    “The modern multicultural state is nothing, it’s a nullity, it’s a hole and so people go looking for identity, and some of them find it in relatively benign things like saving the planet through climate change and other cockamamie global warming theories,” Steyn said Wednesday on Your World with Neil Cavuto. “And other people just follow Justin Bieber, but a percentage of people, when they go looking for identity find it in this planetary-wide Islamic imperialism.”

    Steyn lashed out at President Obama’s response to the shooting in which he said, “we have to remain vigilant when it comes to dealing with these kinds of acts of senseless violence or terrorism.”

    “The euphemisms we take refuge in are becoming more and more absurd,” Steyn responded. “It is not senseless violence. When a man at the National War Memorial. Puts a bullet at point blank range into a Canadian solider. That is an assault on the Canadian state.”  And “it is not senseless. It is not shooting up a liquor store. Why is the president of the United States talking complete nonsense about this every time he is asked about it?”

    Steyn believes the Western world needs to “wage war on the ideology” of radical Islam.

    “Unless you’re willing to address this honestly, and not call it senseless violence like a liquor store shooting and someone gets killed in the crossfire, you’re part of the problem,” Steyn declared. “Calling it senseless violence is part of the problem.”

    Today, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said terrorists committed “murder in cold blood.”

    Those are words you won’t hear our pansy president use.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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