Pamela Geller, during an interview last Saturday with VCY America’s Vic Eliason, said that she warned America Barack Obama was a “usurper,” “interloper,” and “fraud,” lamented about kids these days, and took issue with the President using “Daesh” and ISIL to describe the Islamic State.
Geller, who, like most people on the political right, lost her mind seven years ago and has been in a slow descent into Obama Derangement Syndrome ever since, proclaimed that Obama’s “coup from within” is “going to be America’s greatest challenge.” What’s that? There’s less than two years left? It’s still America’s greatest challenge, even greater than the Civil War (funny Geller should bring that up; y’all lost that war, too). She said she was upset that nobody listened her, because he was “the first black president and America wanted to show she wasn’t racist.”
Geller would rather have had the first Black or African-American president be a brainless conservative drone, just like she is: she enumerated several overrated pundits, authors, and columnists, like Thomas Sowell, Shelby Steel, or former Florida Representative and unhinged lunatic Allen West.
Instead, she fears the “zombie-like” younger generation isn’t going to do anything to stop the course of the country because we were raised on a “toxic ooze of leftist inculcation.” She said she didn’t see America “going quietly into the night,” but added that “I could be wrong.”
Egad. Pam Geller, wrong?
Earlier in the same interview, Geller took issue with the administration using the term “ISIL” to describe the Islamic State; apparently, “Levant” isn’t the proper name for the region. Geller said that the term is “to deceive and it’s to distract,” which, while incredibly stupid, doesn’t even net a spot in the top ten stupidest things I’ve heard this month.
She also took issue with the usage of Daesh to describe the Islamic State. Geller whined that “Daesh” is Islamic State in Arabic, adding that “Well, excuse me, Mr. President, but we speak American here. We speak American English here. We speak English.”
Þu ne spricest anglisc, þu spricest bastard frencisc.
So, the idea that he’s speaking Arabic to further confuse the American people. Because the American people, they love their fun, they love their lives, their hobbies, they’re not news junkies. And so, they turn on a report and hear ‘ISIL’ and they turn on another report and hear ‘ISIS’ and they hear another report and they say ‘Daesh,’ and they think it’s four different, five different groups!
Daesh, or Daish, or Da’ish, or any of the other countless variations because transliterating the Semitic languages is weird, is short for the group’s name in Arabic (ad-Dawlah al-Islāmīyah fī al-‘Irāq wash-Shām, or الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام ). Because Geller is an idiot who only speaks one language and can’t be bothered to look it up on the Internet, she doesn’t know that Daesh is treated as a slur against the group, and uttering it can get you lashes — according to Wikipedia, Daesh sounds like Dahes, means “one who sows discord.” That’s actually a pretty good description for them, don’t you think?
Only Pam Geller would believe otherwise, because she apparently thinks all Americans are as incurious and stupid as she is.
Listen to both parts of the interview below: