“Muslims and Arab Americans have helped build and strengthen our nation,” Holder said.
That is an outrage.
But for the rest of us it’s “you didn’t build that”
TrentoVision 5.30.13 – WALID SHOEBAT EXPOSES OBAMA FAMILY! Pt. 2
Tom and the team interview former Muslim Brotherhood member and now a Christian, Walid Shoebat as he exposes the bizarre connections of the Obama family with the IRS, Sudan, Kenya and multiple Islamic marriages. Yes, we agree, this stuff sounds to crazy to even think about, but…watch the two part investigative series and judge for yourself! Part 1 was on Wednesday May 29.
Will the Justice Department consider “inflammatory” articles about how Islamic jihadists use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism? Judging from their track record, the answer is almost certainly yes. Also, when is their event about how federal civil rights laws can actually be violated by those who post inflammatory documents aimed at Jews on social media? When is their event about how federal civil rights laws can actually be violated by those who post inflammatory documents aimed at Christians on social media? Free Speech Death Watch Alert: “DOJ: Social Media Posts Trashing Muslims May Violate Civil Rights,” from Judicial Watch, May 30 (thanks to Pamela Geller):
According to Waleed Aly, terrorism is an “irritant” that “kills relatively few people”. We should be “mature” in dealing with it. But Aly is angry about drones:
The central problem is drones permit a kind of no-risk, low-cost warfare.
As opposed to high-risk, massive-cost warfare. Bring back the glory days of World War I.
War is a kind of contract. Each side confronts the other, with the risk of death and defeat.
Andrew Bolt replies: “There is no contract of the kind you imagine. The contract a society has is actually with its citizens, not its enemies. That contract is to fight for the society’s self-protection using whatever means it has to minimise its own losses and maximise those of its foes.” Quite so. Aly continues:
One wonders what access he may have had to the Portland water supply. “Reaz Qadir Khan’s alleged ties to suicide bomber Ali Jaleel: Portland to the Maldives (video preview),” by Kimberly A.C. Wilson for The Oregonian, May 29:
Portland resident Reaz Qadir Khan was arrested in March on a shocking charge: conspiracy to support terrorism.
Yet again the Pakistanis show which side they’re really on. “Pakistan denounces U.S. drone strike that killed Taliban leader,” by Ashish Kumar Sen for The Washington Times, May 29 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Pakistan on Wednesday condemned a U.S. drone strike that reportedly killed the No. 2 commander of the Pakistani Taliban.
But the enemedia reports only when Greek “Neo-Nazis and Right-Wing Extremists” march against Mohammedan conquistadores. You always hear about Golden Dawn, and the Greeks ‘failure’ to build a mega-mosque in the middle of Athens.
But reality is what you see in this video: the invasion is real: (thanks to Mullah)
A thought-provoking essay written by Narain Kataria, president of the Indian American Intellectuals Forum, sounds a familiar alarm. “Hinduism Faces Eclipse” reveals that “the anti-Hindu forces within and without India are working in tandem on an insidious mission to destroy our civilization and culture, and obliterate Hinduism from the Indian soil.” Kataria further contends that Indians are not facing terrorism, but worldwide jihad, which he calls a “fully globalized franchise…working overtime to destroy all non-Muslim nations.”
Newport city councillor, Majid Rahman said: “I believe in freedom of speech and defend his rights to say what he wants, but… once it starts offending people then it’s a police matter and it’s up to them whether they think it’s broken any laws.”
ARREST THREAT: Matthew Taylor and the T-shirt police have forced him to remove from display
A NEWPORT shopkeeper has been forced by police to remove a T-shirt from his shop window because they felt it “could be seen to be inciting racial hatred.”
Matthew Taylor, 35, the owner of Taylor’s clothes store on Emlyn Walk in the city, printed up and displayed the T-shirt with the slogan: “Obey our laws, respect our beliefs or get out of our country” after Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, was killed in near Woolwich barracks in London last week.
But following a complaint from a member of the public, police came to his store and threatened to arrest him unless he removed the Tshirt from sight.