3 thoughts on “Texas: Two Jihadists Meet Virgins @ Pamela Geller’s Motoon Event”

  1. Hello there…….its me again…….Don Laird…..

    The assaults on our culture were not enough.

    The lawfare wasn’t enough.

    Now we have the manifest filth and lunacy of the Muslim and its Islam bearing weapons and seeking death here amongst us……and still we quiver, still we are indecisive, still we are afraid…..

    Its the backlash I seek, the backlash I await…….soon, very, very soon.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

  2. Said so a few days ago. Texas is the best place in the world to have Muhammed drawing exhiubitions ad competitions..

    May 2, 2015 at 9:02 am

    Brilliant idea though. Also, Texas is a good place to hold such a contest.

  3. Re:
    “It’s the backlash I seek.”

    It’s coming baby!
    I posted word on this event to seventy groups.
    I will follow up on ALL of these groups.
    This is huge.
    Now the evil s.o.b.s have us right where WE want THEM.

    Geert Wilders et. al. are all fine.
    Their work was proven important and got huge publicity.

    The two evil Congressmen who tried to prevent Wilders from entering this country will pay a huge price in public opinion.
    Yeah, this is gonna work out just fine.

    Geert Wilders Vienna March 27 – 2015



    Let Ink flow NOT Blood.

    So that ink should flow instead of blood, we call on politicians, civil society representatives and religious leaders with a concern for freedom to resist all those who would limit our most fundamental rights.



    “Information sacrificed on altar of religion”

    There are far too many countries where news and content providers constantly face a very special and formidable form of censorship, one exercised in the name of religion or even God. And with increasing frequency, this desire to thwart freedom of information invokes the hard-to-define and very subjective concept of the “feelings of believers.”

    This is a minefield. Reporters Without Borders has analysed it and offered its recommendations in a report published today entitled “Information sacrificed on altar of religion.”

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