In his book, “The True Believer,” Eric Hoffer wrote the following about Stalin and Hitler. By a “man of action,” he means the leader of a mass movement.
Thus the order evolved by a man of action is a patchwork. Stalin’s Russia was a patchwork of bolshevism, czarism, nationalism, pan-Slavism, dictatorship and borrowings from Hitler, and monopolistic capitalism. Hitler’s Third Reich was a conglomerate of nationalism, racialism, Prussianism, dictatorship and borrowings from fascism, bolshevism, Shintoism, Catholicism and the ancient Hebrews.
One can say that Obama’s ideology and religious belief is “syncretic” or “eclectic.” That is a combination of many influences, some of which appear contradictory.
syn·cre·tism [sing-kri-tiz-uhm, sin-] noun
1. the attempted reconciliation or union of different or opposing principles, practices, or parties, as in philosophy or religion.
ec·lec·tic [ih-klek-tik] adjective
1. selecting or choosing from various sources.
2. made up of what is selected from different sources.
3. not following any one system, as of philosophy, medicine, etc., but selecting and using what are considered the best elements of all systems.
Obama is a psychopathic Narcissist, often popularly called a “megalomaniac,” and it trying to create something new for his would-be utopia, so he picks and chooses from many different ideologies and religious doctrines. He tries to be all things to all people and his syncretic beliefs allow that. When he is before Muslims, he is a Muslim brother; when he is before blacks, he is a black nationalist brother; when he is before communists, he is a communist brother…. and so forth.
Pigeonholing Obama as one thing or the other may make people feel more secure that they understand who he is, but it misses other aspects of his identity. His ideology might more appropriately be called something like “Obamunism.”