"Radical, death cult of a narrative."
Obama? The U.S. president stayed the rhetorical course.
Despite the increasingly tough rhetoric from Cameron, French President Francois Hollande and others, Obama continued to describe the enemy as "violent extremism" and "violent terrorism" -- even "nihilism."
The following are key remarks from each world leader. See if you can spot the differences:
"We both recognize that intelligence and military force alone is not going to solve this problem, so we're also going to keep working together on strategies to counter violent extremism that radicalizes recruits and mobilizes people, especially young people, to engage in terrorism."
"We also look forward to welcoming our British friends to our summit next month on countering violent terrorism, because whether in Europe or in America, a critical weapon against terrorism is our adherence to our freedoms and values at home, including the pluralism and the respect and tolerance that defines us as diverse and democratic societies."
"This phenomenon of violent extremism, the ideology, the networks, the capacity to recruit young people, this has metastasized and it is widespread, and it has penetrated communities around the world." ...
"We know what we're up against. And we know how we will win. We face a poisonous and fanatical ideology that wants to pervert one of the world's major religions, Islam, and create conflict, terror and death. With our allies, we will confront it wherever it appears."
"We will deploy additional intelligence and surveillance assets to help Iraqi forces on the ground, and we will ensure they are better trained and equipped to counter explosive devices. But most important of all, we must also fight this poisonous ideology starting at home."
"We do face a very serious Islamist extremist terrorist threat in Europe, in America, across the world. And we have to be incredibly vigilant in terms of that threat."
"It means countering this poisonous, fanatical death cult of a narrative that is perverting the religion of Islam."
"But here's, I think, the really determining point: You can have, tragically, people who have had all the advantages of integration, who've had all the economic opportunities that our countries can offer, who still get seduced by this poisonous, radical, death cult of a narrative." http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/01/16/obama-vs-cameron-british-pm-takes-hard-line-on-islamist-extremists-obama-avoids/
Prime Minister David Cameron is a world leader and Obama is a follower and a wanna be muslim.
Right now, Obama cannot fathom that the muslim religion can be evil to many of it's followers.
And Obama is downright flustered because he thought by talking to the radical muslims and making deals with them, they would just lay down their weapons, stop their violence and listen to him.
Well the radicals didn't listen to Obama and he doesn't know what to do now.
So, Obama is just a follower instead of a leader when it comes to dealing with radical islam.