“The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of islam.” Barack Hussein Obama, acting in the capacity as President of the United States, in a speech to the 67th General Assembly of the United Nations, September 24th, 2012
This is a remarkable statement given that Joseph Story, a Supreme Court Justice of the United States for 34 years, not only called Mohammedism the religion of an imposter, but that the government of the United States must not in any capacity be hostile to the Christain religion, indeed could not be. Story further went on to make clear the purpose of the First Amendment, not being to cause Christianity to be prostrated before any other professions of faith, but to ensure that the several denominations of Christianity not excel in any capacity over the various tenets of the several. It yet was imperitive the government be a friend of religion else it should defeat its own purposes, and that religion was that of the Christain, indeed the general principles of Christianity, to love God as directed by Christ, and love your neighbor as yourself.
Mohammedism does neither as it would destroy the foundational belief of this nation and the very tenents upon which it is founded. It shall destroy both the fundamental doctrines of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States itself, islam declaring each as being inventions of men.
Precisely then, Mr. President, to whom would you have the future belong to?
You are the most traitorous man ever to deliver the United States into the hands of its enemies with a purpose and resolve never before seen. Your flowery speech may be easily entertained by the foolish and unlearned, but it is poisonous speech nonetheless.
To clarify above, That no “one” of the several denominations of Christianity excel… over “any other” of the several denominations of Christianity and the tenants espoused of them.
Story was not the only Supreme Court Justice to declare the United States a “Christian Nation” in principle and belief. In fact, the Congress of the United States, the President of the United States, and an Ambassador upon instruction of the both of them, concluded and caused to be published in the Federal Register, with the United States being recognized the Plenury Power, and Brazil as amenable, a Convention between the two of them in 1850. This was done “In the Name of the Most Holy Trinity,” 63 years after the ratification of the United States Constitution and 59 years after the First Amendment, and 5 years after Story’s death.