Irish MP Nails Obama as “War Criminal and “Hypocrite of the Century”

A remarkable—and highly accurate—question during the Irish Parliament “Leader’s Question” time by Clare Daly, has thoroughly exposed the warlike and callous nature of the Obama regime.


Ms Daly, an independent Member of Parliament, pushed the Irish prime minister (the “Taoiseach”) to answer if weapons for Syria were going to pass through Shannon International Airport or not—a move which would be in violation of Ireland’s laws on international neutrality.

On the way, however, Ms Daly also dealt with the fact that the Obamas had had lunch with one of Ireland’s foremost tax evaders, then mocked the American presidential family for repeatedly referring to Ireland as “home” and finally ripped into the US president’s foreign policy.

“It’s hard to know which is worse,” she said, “the outpourings of the Obamas themselves, or the sycophantic fawning over them by sections of the media and political establishment.”

She called Obama the “hypocrite of the century” for telling Irish youths the United States supports those who choose peace, while providing arms to Syrian rebels and increasing drone strikes by 200 percent.

“The reality is, by any serious examination, this man is a war criminal,” Daly declared, adding that he was the “hypocrite of the century.”

“He has just announced his decision to supply arms to the Syrian opposition, including the jihadists, fueling the destabilization of that region, and continuing to undermine secularism and knock-back conditions for women.”

She proceeded to excoriate the Taoiseach, Edna Kenny, for making Ireland “a nation of pimps, prostituting ourselves for a pat on the head” and a “lapdog of US imperialism.”

She ripped the shameful, sycophantic American media for supporting a “war criminal” and the “hypocrite of the century.”

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  1. Well said, Miss Daly, would that we had a few like her in our parliament to tell Cameron and Hague the way it is.

  2. Great article.
    And thank you to MsDaly for here bold stand.
    I must say as a Norwegian I feel ashamed we awarded him the Nobel Peace Price.
    Is there anyone who knows more about who she is?

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