This Is a Joke Only in the Existential Sense

That is, this is a joke only in the sense that “this is how the world ends” might provoke laughter as the last defense against the overwhelming sense of the absurdity of existence in the face of its end.

What follows is the daily column written by Joseph (Yussef) Farrah for World Net Daily, a Far-Right news source for those who believe that American Spectator and National Review have a taint of Progressivism.

When you read it, please bear in mind that it was distributed to subscribers to World Net Daily’s newsletters today. Clearly, the issues that it purports to address are not dead issues for people on their end of the political spectrum, even if many of us would like to think so.

So the next time that a Far Right politician, political operative, or political commentator tries to pass off some patently offensive, grossly distorted, or simply idiotic observation as an aberration that the Left has seized upon simply to discredit the Right, think again. This sort of stuff is being circulated like the air in a cyclone on a daily basis.


Between the Lines


Exclusive: Joseph Farah reveals what Barack Obama’s name really means


Rearrange all the letters of President Barack Obama just so and you can get a perfect anagram using all 20 characters with none left over.

You know what it says?

“An Arab-backed imposter.”

Now that’s a nearly perfect description of who Barack Hussein Obama really is. What are the chances? I say nearly perfect only because I like to spell impostor with the O rather than the E. But both are acceptable.

Maybe you’ve seen this before.

It’s new to me. And I get all the Obama stuff. Believe me.

I’m stunned.

If you had any doubts about a higher power, this should resolve them. His true identity was locked away in an anagram all this time. It’s like the Bible codes, only funnier.

Somebody needs to tell Rudy Giuliani – stop apologizing! It’s true. He doesn’t like America, he detests it. That’s because, as his name reveals, he’s an Arab-backed imposter.

By the way, it’s not racist for me to make this known to the world, because I am an Arab – just not one of those backing him.

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Just for the record, WND has been making the case that Obama is and always has been an “imposter.” He’s simply not constitutionally eligible for the presidency. But he not only fooled America once, he fooled us twice. You know what they say about that. Shame on us.

As for being Arab-backed:

–Obama is the guy who famously said of the Muslim call to prayer, it’s “one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.” He’s the only guy I know who ever said it!

–The Arab fund-raising spigots were turned on for Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign when it was revealed in WND that the campaign was accepting credit card donations in untold amounts from an Arab money-laundering operation in the Palestinian Authority.

–Columbia University professor Rashid Khalidi raised money for that campaign, too. He has called Israel “an apartheid system in creation” and “racist.” He has made statements supportive of Palestinian terror.

–Obama also famously bowed to the king of Saudi Arabia.

I could go on and on, but the fruits of Obama’s pro-Muslim, pro-Arab fanaticism are pretty obvious at this point. He has turned over the always-boiling cauldron of Muslim Arab hatred, and it is now spilling all over the Middle East and the world.

His friends in the Arab world must be cheering Obama’s snub of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the way he’s exporting his political machine to challenge him in retaining power in the Jewish state.

He’s an imposter, all right – and Arab-backed.

He’s even got an Arab name. Not a nice one like me, by the way. Do you know what my name means in Arabic?


Faraah goes on to explain at length the striking contrast between the possible meanings of his own Arabic name and of Obama’s name.



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