Daily Kos goes apes#it over "Obsession"

“Muslim Children Gassed at Dayton Mosque” After “Obsession” DVD Hits Ohio

by Chris Rodda

On Friday, September 26, the end of a week in which thousands of copies of Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West — the fear-mongering, anti-Muslim documentary being distributed by the millions in swing states via DVDs inserted in major newspapers and through the U.S. mail — were distributed by mail in Ohio, a “chemical irritant” was sprayed through a window of the Islamic Society of Greater Dayton, where 300 people were gathered for a Ramadan prayer service. The room that the chemical was sprayed into was the room where babies and children were being kept while their mothers were engaged in prayers. This, apparently, is what the scare tactic political campaigning of John McCain’s supporters has led to — Americans perpetrating a terrorist attack against innocent children on American soil.

* Imagine that! The Outrage! Unfortunately,for the Koz Kidz, nothing was found:

Update: HAZMAT workers checked the structure for pepper spray and other irritants, but found nothing.

* Mozzie spray or Muzzie spray or just BO; that is now the question…

I read the story as reported by the Dayton Daily News, but this was after I had received an email written by a friend of some of the victims of these American terrorists. The matter of fact news report in the Dayton paper didn’t come close to conveying the horrific impact of this unthinkable act like the email I had just read, so I asked the email’s author for permission to share what they had written. The author was with one of the families from the mosque — a mother and two of the small children who were in the room that was gassed — the day after the attack occurred.

“She told me that the gas was sprayed into the room where the babies and children were being kept while their mothers prayed together their Ramadan prayers. Panicked mothers ran for their babies, crying for their children so they could flee from the gas that was burning their eyes and throats and lungs. She grabbed her youngest in her arms and grabbed the hand of her other daughter, moving with the others to exit the building and the irritating substance there.

“The paramedic said the young one was in shock, and gave her oxygen to help her breathe. The child couldn’t stop sobbing.

“This didn’t happen in some far away place — but right here in Dayton, and to my friends. Many of the Iraqi refugees were praying together at the Mosque Friday evening. People that I know and love.

“I am hurt and angry. I tell her this is NOT America. She tells me this is not Heaven or Hell — there are good and bad people everywhere.

“She tells me that her daughters slept with her last night, the little one in her arms and sobbing throughout the night. She tells me she is afraid, and will never return to the mosque, and I wonder what kind of country is this where people have to fear attending their place of worship?

“The children come into the room, and tell me they want to leave America and return to Syria, where they had fled to from Iraq. They say they like me, … , and other American friends — but they are too afraid and want to leave. Should a 6 and 7 year old even have to contemplate the safety of their living situation?

“Did the anti-Muslim video circulating in the area have something to do with this incident, or is that just a bizarre coincidence? Who attacks women and children?

“What am I supposed to say to them? My words can’t keep them safe from what is nothing less than terrorism, American style. Isn’t losing loved ones, their homes, jobs, possessions and homeland enough? Is there no place where they can be safe?

“She didn’t want me to leave her tonight, but it was after midnight, and I needed to get home and write this to my friends. Tell me – tell me — what am I supposed to say to them?”

 

When acting as a representative of Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), the 501(c)3 non-profit organization that I work for, I cannot engage in political activities. The distribution of Obsession, however, although a political campaign scheme, clearly crosses over into the mission of MRFF. So, I’m going to make two statements here — one in my capacity as MRFF’s Research Director, and another as an individual whose disgust at the vile campaign tactics of John McCain’s supporters completely boiled over when I opened up the email about children being gassed.

My statement as MRFF’s Research Director:

The presidential campaign edition of the Obsession DVD, currently being distributed by the Clarion Fund, carries the endorsement of the chair of the counter-terrorism department of the U.S. Naval War College, using the name and authority of an official U.S. military institution not only to validate an attack the religion of Islam, but to influence a political campaign. For these reasons, this endorsement has been included in MRFF’s second lawsuit against the Department of Defense, which was filed on September 25 in the Federal District Court in Kansas.

My opinion as an individual and thoroughly appalled human being:

John McCain has a moral obligation to publicly censure the Clarion Fund, the organization that producedObsession and is distributing the DVDs; to denounce the inflammatory, anti-Muslim message of Obsession;and to do everything in his power to stop any further campaign activities by his supporters that have the potential to incite violence.

8 thoughts on “Daily Kos goes apes#it over "Obsession"”

  1. “Daily Kos goes apes#it over “Obsession”

    COMMIES AND FEMINISTS DEFENDING MISOGYNISTIC FASCISTS? WHAT THE FUG?

  2. When you have pure hatred in your heart for some group of people, you’ll fall in love and defend anybody that is a mutual enemy of them. The libtard left in the USA foams at the mouth against the mainstream, normal, hard working middle class conservative family oriented types with all the passion they can muster. Them Islamists come along with even more passion to dismantle any conservative strongholds, and these insane Kos disciples start having wet dreams about the destruction of Judeo-Christian western culture. They redefine the term useful idiots, they are willing to sell their souls & freedom just to see this happen.

  3. the Kosleft stance on children – fumigating them with non-existant fumigant is REALLY bad; tearing them apart in the womb is good!

  4. “She tells me that her daughters slept with her last night, the little one in her arms and sobbing throughout the night. She tells me she is afraid, and will never return to the mosque, and I wonder what kind of country is this where people have to fear attending their place of worship?”

    Generally, a muslim country.

    “The children come into the room, and tell me they want to leave America and return to Syria, where they had fled to from Iraq. They say they like me, and other American friends — but they are too afraid and want to leave.”

    So leave….please!

    “Did the anti-Muslim video circulating in the area have something to do with this incident, or is that just a bizarre coincidence? Who attacks women and children?”

    Muslims, usually.

    This whole “gas attack” sounds like a load of BS to me, an attempt to garner sympathy by playing the victim card, yet again.

  5. John McCain + Clarion Group = Terrorist Baby Killers

    I was actually considering voting for McCain, but not any more.

    McCain and the Clarion Group need to be expelled from U.S. Politics NOW.

  6. My first guess is that muslims did this to their own to start their all out war in the USA. Unless they caught the perp outright – this is just too easy for muslims to blame non-muslims – as they do in every country where they migrate to they are the ones who start the violence against others then claim victimhood.

    My problem with believing this was from a non-muslims is that I don’t know too many non-muslims that even go near mosques. They stick out like sore thumbs. for us to let muslims accuse us without having one lick of proof is the atrocious. Most people are not even aware of some movie being put out that is not of hollyweird! And the movie Obsession is only known by a handful of us. sorry, but that is true.

  7. After reading that Dayton article, that whole story made sense to me now. It was a utter fail in trying to pin conservative anti Islamists as the Nazi gassers, to gain sympathy and retribution in trying to draw parallels like the Jewish holocaust. The police test for 140 difference chemicals and came up with nothing? Gee what did these “Muslim hating white Nazi terrorists” spray in there? Fart gas?

    Susan Cartwright Says:
    September 30th, 2008 at 1:26 pm

    John McCain + Clarion Group = Terrorist Baby Killers

    I was actually considering voting for McCain, but not any more.

    McCain and the Clarion Group need to be expelled from U.S. Politics NOW.

    Oh yes so we can leave the USA to the Manchurian Candidate Hussein Obama? How about Obama just send one of his “truth” hit squads over to their headquarters and arrest them for lies about Muslims? Except that would blow B.H.O’s cover. He is almost doing that himself. From his already odd “slip of the tongue” comments about his Muslim faith, to the “57 states”. There is 57 states if people don’t realize, 57 Islamic states in the world. To his most beautiful sounds on earth comment, Muslims howling from their phallus towers…to his admission that his favorite “activist” was Muslim Malcolm X. To his campaign logo that directly parallels the Quran’s attempt at prophecy of the Islamic faith like the sun rising over the symbolic strongholds of the Kafirs…namely the American flag. I could go on and on.

    All this coming from one source. Gee the coincidences are piling up like dead bodies under the religion of peace.

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