Of all the subversive acts ever in the history of the United States of America, and even during this post-American Administration, this one is the killer: Barack Obama plans to remove all discussion of Islam and jihad from the central document of our national security strategy. Under Bush, the National Security Strategy document declared:

The struggle against militant Islamic radicalism is the great ideological conflict of the early years of the 21st century.

Now it won’t say anything about “militant Islamic radicalism” at all.


According to the Associated Press, Obama is trying to “change not just how the United States talks to Muslim nations, but also what it talks to them about, from health care and science to business startups and education.” Jihad Watch director Robert Spencer says that this shift “reflects Obama’s core assumption that the jihad against the United States is our fault, and can be quelled by our overtures of good will to the Islamic world.” In other words, if we would just be nice to Muslim countries and talk to them about health care and education instead of fighting against jihad terrorism, they will stop hating us. Spencer adds:

This is based on the further assumption that there is no Islamic imperative to jihad against unbelievers simply because they are unbelievers.

But there is. And the jihad president can’t wish it away.