Saturday 1 August 2015

Word of the Day No. 7


Pron. Oh-bama-ko-lyt.


Definition: Those individuals and organisations which, while professing themselves to be liberal in values and outlook, fanatically defend the policies of Nobel Peace Prize recipient and war criminal Barack Hussein Obama. Especially true if they also reflexively accuse any critic of his policies of racism, right wing views, and/or treason.

Synonyms: F├╝hrerprinzip, religious adoration, partisan, hypocrisy, pseudoliberalism, tyrantophilia, Messiah, Drone Man.

Etymology: From the name of the president of the United States of America and blood-soaked war criminal, terrorist supporter,  Nazi trainer and warmonger, Barack Hussein Obama.

Also see: Obama religionist.

Example: “I just love how Obamacolytes support Drone Man’s bombing of weddings, training of Nazis and cannibal headhunters, aggression against nations like Libya on the basis of deliberate lies, and imprisonment of whistleblowers; and yet get furious when anyone dares to point that he’s a mass murdering war criminal who’s demonstrably worse than George W Bush.”

Typical Obamacolyte statement:

Proudly presented, without the slightest sign of irony, by the Obamacolyte Occupy Democrats page on Fakebook. I demand that they now retrospectively back George W Bush's invasion of Iraq.

1 comment:

  1. Patriotism is the love of your country. It has nothing to do with worshiping the leader of said country. I don't buy into any messiah nor do I want one.
    Oh, I never voted for the igNobel piece prizident either. A cousin of mine whom I had not heard from nor of in many years got ahold of me via email in 2007 when Gobomber was beginning to run for president. My cousin said he "liked what Obama said". I asked him, OK, what does he say that you like so much? I never got a reply.


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