Shrillary warns about “inflammatory” cartoons

Horrible. Who in his right mind would put such an ignorant fool in a position of authority?

Assistant Minister of Multicultural Affairs says extremist patriots groups are making it difficult to unite Australians and Moslems. 

National Press Club: Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells
Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells addresses the National Press Club in Canberra.–ABC.NET.AU

Australia: School allows Muslim students to leave the room to avoid singing the National Anthem

Australia: School allows Muslim students to leave the room to avoid singing the National Anthem

Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School’s slogan is “Many Cultures, One Community.” But in reality, they’re not one community at all — not when they allow Muslim students to opt out of singing the National Anthem. “But Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School Principal Cheryl Irving stood by the decision, telling Star News on Tuesday it was made in [ ]

Shrillary, the next Muslim POTUS?

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Nobody can live with a Mohammedan agitprop like Huma Abedin for nearly 18 years without being indoctrinated with Islamic mental baggage. Would it surprise you if Huma made Shrillary say the shahada and made her a Muslim?

As far as I’m concerned, she is in the camp of the enemy.

Hillary to Benghazi committee: “Learn the best lessons” from Muslim murders over Muhammad video and cartoons

“Cartoons sparked two al-Qaeda-trained attackers who killed, you know, nearly a dozen people. I think it’s important as you are members of Congress looking into these issues, that you look at the totality so we can learn the best lessons.”

What are those lessons? Considering that she calls the Muhammad video “inflammatory,” it seems likely that among the chief lessons she wants members of Congress to draw from Benghazi is that we should limit our freedom of speech so as not to offend Muslims. This is clear from her saying that Muhammad cartoons “sparked” the jihad murderers in Paris “who killed, you know, nearly a dozen people.” In reality, the cartoons did not “spark” the killers. The Muslim clerics who told them that those who drew cartoons of Muhammad must be killed — they’re the ones who “sparked” the killers. But Hillary Clinton didn’t say a critical word about those Muslim clerics, or mention them at all. By focusing on the cartoons and the “inflammatory” video instead of the murderous incitement of Muslim clerics, she is offering as a “lesson” that we should limit the freedom of speech, when she could have offered a quite different lesson: she could have called upon the Muslim world to accept that freedom and put an end to the incitement.

Right after the Benghazi jihad murders, Hillary said, “We’re going to have that filmmaker arrested,” and did so. The filmmaker became America’s first Sharia political prisoner, in prison for violating Islamic blasphemy law.

Clinton’s opposition to the freedom of speech is little noted, yet it is the single most disquieting aspect of her candidacy for President. (Read it all, here)

“Hillary to Benghazi Committee: You Need to Learn ‘Lesson’ of the YouTube Video,” by Bridget Johnson, PJ Media, October 22, 2015:

…House Select Committee on Benghazi Ranking Member Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) showed a news clip containing footage of protests against the video including Kabul, Jakarta, Pakistan and Beirut.

Clinton said she was “particularly concerned about what happened in Tunis, and it was the Friday after the attack in Benghazi.”

“We knew from monitoring the media, from reports coming in from our embassies throughout the region, that this was a very hot issue. It was not going away. It was being kept alive. We were particularly worried about what might happen on Friday, because Friday is the day of prayers for Muslims,” she said….

Clinton said she “immediately got on the phone calling the foreign minister, calling the prime minister, who were the heads of government.”

“I could not find either one of them. I called the president, President Marzouki. I got him on the phone. I told him he had to rescue our people. He had to disperse the crowds that were there because of the video,” she continued. “He said, I don’t control the army. I have nothing I can do. I said, Mr. President, you must be able to do something. I’ve got all of my people inside the Embassy — they are being attacked. If the protesters get through into the Embassy, I don’t know what will happen.”

She said she persuaded him to send his presidential guard to “at least show that Tunisia will stand with the United States against these protesters over this inflammatory video.”

“It was the kind of incredibly tense moment — we had protesters going over the walls of our embassy in Khartoum. We had protests, as you rightly point out, all the way to Indonesia. Thankfully, no Americans were killed, partly because I had been consistent in speaking out about that video from the very first day when we knew it had sparked the attack on our embassy in Cairo,” Clinton said….

Clinton shot back that “several of you have raised the video and have dismissed the importance of the video.”

“And I think that is unfortunate, because there’s no doubt, and as I said earlier, even the person we have now arrested as being one of the ringleaders of the attack on our compound in Benghazi, is reputed to have used the video as a way to gather up the attackers that attacked our compound. So, I think it’s important. These are complex issues, Mr. Congressman. And I think it’s important that we look at the totality of what was going on. It’s like that terrible incident that happened in Paris,” she said, referring to the Charlie Hebdo attack.

“Cartoons sparked two al-Qaeda-trained attackers who killed, you know, nearly a dozen people. I think it’s important as you are members of Congress looking into these issues, that you look at the totality so we can learn the best lessons.”

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