Thursday, September 23, 2010

Ahmadinejad Tells United Nations Conspiracy Theory Fairy Tales About U.S.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad did not receive a standing ovation from United States delegates during his Conspiracy Theory speech to the United Nations. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad mentioned various conspiracy theories about the "real" reasons why the events of 09/11 took place, then went on to say that the United States used these events in an attempt to prolong "a dying world order of domination." Of course, it goes without saying that those Americans who know that every 9/11 conspiracy theory is a hoax, also know that there are three words that sum up the only factual reason as to what caused the tragic event that occurred on 9/11 at what is now known as Ground Zero: "Islamic Jihadist terrorists."

As a sign of protest, United States delegates walked out during Ahmadinejad's speech when he started to recite his conspiracy theories, including the real clincher: that "some segments within the US government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy and its grips on the Middle East in order also to save the Zionist regime."

By the way, just in passing, Ahmadinejad's speech happened right here in New York City. That's right. Ahmadinejad is allowed to voice his anti-American thoughts right here in the United States of America. Why is Ahmadinejad even allowed to legally enter the United States of America? And how is it possible that Ahmadinejad, a cruel dictator, vile anti-Semite, hater of the United States of America, and conspiracy theorist is allowed to voice his unwanted opinions to the United Nations General Assembly?

INDEPENDENTS SHIFTING RIGHT TO FAVOR REPUBLICANS IN NOVEMBER

According to a new Pew Research Center survey, Independent voters are highly likely to switch gears and vote for Republicans in the November election. This could be the key factor in Republicans gaining control of the House and Senate again. Democrats have a lot to be worried about right now.

Obama has been steadily losing popularity. The Rasmussen Daily Presidential Polls have repeatedly indicated this fact. Obama's plan to bring his variety of "change" to America is not what the vast majority of Americans want or need. Will a Republican be in the White House again in 2012? Only time will tell, but chances are looking very good at the moment.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Religious Intolerance VS Righteous Anger: Imam Rauf's Ground Zero Mosque

The following article regarding 36 religious leaders, Muslim Imam Rauf, and Imam Rauf's plans to build a Muslim mosque, or Cordoba Cultural Center, near New York City's Ground Zero, was originally written and published on Wednesday, September 8, 2010.  

Thirty-six religious leaders representing Christians, Jews, and Muslims met in Washington D.C. on Tuesday night, having responded to an invitation of the Islamic Society of North America.The sentiments expressed by these 36 religious leaders, in regards to the majority of Americans who are protesting plans to build a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero, is that these Americans are bigoted and guilty of religious intolerance. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, a Roman Catholic archbishop, asserted that protests concerning the building of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero are "not American." 

Those of you who are familiar with my published writings know that I am against religious intolerance. As a matter of fact, I have written and published several articles about tolerance vs. intolerance. For example, I fully supported former Republican Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, a Mormon (Latter-Day Saint), when he was campaigning for United States President during the 2008 Presidential Election. I outspokenly criticized those, including some (not all) born again Christians, who refused to support Mitt Romney solely because of his religious beliefs.

I don't like religious intolerance of any kind. For this reason, I don't use my words to bash all Muslim believers. In fact, whenever I have written, or continue to write, about Islam, my emphasis and focus has been, and is, on fanatical Muslim views as they relate to Muslim or Islamic (Jihadist) terrorists and terrorism. Consequently, I am appalled at the extent that certain prominent religious leaders have taken in order to support the plans to build a Muslim mosque near New York's Ground Zero.

In the meantime, it turns out that a Muslim imam is behind the building of the Ground Zero Mosque. Previously, news reports indicated that Muslim businessmen are responsible for the idea. But Feisal Abdul Rauf is the man, the Muslim imam, behind the plan to construct a Muslim mosque near New York City's ground zero. You can read what Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf wrote in a recently published New York Time's Op-Ed Opinion article entitled "Building on Faith."

Among other things, the Imam Rauf states that the plans are to build a community center called Cordoba House, in which there will be designated prayer areas for Muslims, Jews, Christians, and those of other religious persuasions. Feisal calls this a "multifaith, multinational effort." Plans are to include a include a "multifaith memorial dedicated to victims of the Sept. 11 attacks."

The problem is this: When you read Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf's "Building on Faith" statement, there is no mention as to why the Cordoba House needs to be built near Ground Zero, as opposed to some other less controversial location. With all due respect to Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf's well-written New York Time's Op-Ed article, is the Cordoba House concept just one more attempt, very cleverly disguised in seemingly spiritual words and garb, at the Islamization of America?

According to Imam Rauf, construction of the Cordoba House has not yet begun. Let those of us who are tolerant conservatives pray that this attempt to ingrain Muslim tenets ever more deeply into American society will not succeed.

Imam Rauf's seemingly religious, spiritual, intelligent, and caring words do not fully indicate the rationale behind the idea to build a Muslim mosque, or Muslim-based community center, in America, near Ground Zero, where over 3,000 innocent Americans were murdered by Muslim terrorists on September 11, 2001. The true and underlying motives and reasons need to be understood in greater depth.


Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Catholic Cardinal Says Protests Against Ground Zero Mosque are "Not American"

Religious intolerance are key words that express the views of 36 religious leaders regarding the construction of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero. Religious leaders representing Jews, Roman Catholics, Protestants, Eastern Orthodox, and Muslims met in Washington D.C. on Tuesday night, one night before the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, at the invitation of the Islamic Society of North America.

Certain religious leaders have voiced their opinions that anyone who is against the construction of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero is tantamount to being a Nazi. The religious leaders did not actually use the word "Nazis" or "Hitler," but the implication is definitely present when you read the religious leaders' comments about the Ground Zero Muslim mosque, even going so far as Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick's assertion that any protest about the building of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero is not American.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Muslim Fanaticism Is Harmful To Muslims

This is an excellent article that was shared on my Facebook wall today by Kimberly Baehr, a Facebook friend.  The title of Kimberly's Note is: "Facebook | The Peaceful Majority vs. Patriot Activism: Where do you stand?The article is entitled, "A WWII German’s Point Of View On Islam," and the author is Paul E. Marek.


Muslim fanaticism is dangerous to everyone, including those who proclaim themselves to be peaceful Muslims. An Islamic terrorist and a Muslim pacifist differ greatly about their political ideals, but a Muslim pacifist who does and says nothing is not really a pacifist. Why? The so-called Muslim pacifist's silence in the face of brutal Islamic terrorism helps to support terrorists and their ideologies. Islamic terrorist activism is extremely dangerous to America and to the world. It is more than a mere political gesture on the part of fanatical Muslims. It is a statement about their core beliefs, which in and of themselves are extremely frightening.

Anti-Islamic Politician Geert Wilders To Speak Against Ground Zero Mosque

The well-known anti-Islamic politician Geert Wilders is scheduled to give a speech against the building of a Muslim mosque near New York City's Ground Zero. Wilders' expected speech is to take place on September 11, 2010, at a rally sponsored by Stop Islamization of America. 


Muslim businessmen plan to build a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero, the place where Muslim terrorists flew planes into New York City's World Trade Center, killing over 3,000 people, on September 11, 2001.

Feiz Muhammad, an Australian Muslim cleric, has just made an official call to the Islamic world that Geert Wilders should be beheaded. The Muslim cleric evidently fervently believes that Geert Wilders' public comments against Islamic terrorism is just grounds for his beheadment.

Geert Wilders to speak at New York mosque protest! - Topix

Muslim Cleric Calls For Beheading Of Dutch Anti-Islamic Politician

Geert Wilders
Courtesy of Reuters 
Geert Wilders, a well-known and politically incorrect Dutch anti-Islamic politician, has been threatened by an Australian Muslim cleric, a man representing religious leadership in the religion of Islam. Yes, this is the fanatical religious aspect of the Muslim religion: If you don't like what the man says, cut off his head! And religious clerics get to call the shots on who should or should not receive the barbaric act of beheading. 


There is no room for interpretation in this viewpoint; beheading of infidels is to be taken literally. Who is an infidel in Islam? In this case the infidel is Geert Wilders, the leader of the Dutch Freedom Party, and a man who is not afraid to speak out against terrorists. In fact, Geert Wilders made a film in 2008, in which he compared the Muslim religion to fascism, and the Koran (or Qur'an) to Nazi Adolph Hitler's well-known book, "Mein Kampf." 








De Telegraaf, the Netherlands' largest newspaper, led its front page on Friday with a story on the speech by Feiz Muhammad.








The Sydney-born Muhammad has gained notoriety for, among other things, calling on young children to be radicalized and blaming rape victims for their own attacks.
The paper posted an English-language audio clip in which he refers to Wilders as "this Satan, this devil, this politician in Holland" and explains that anyone who talks about Islam like Wilders does should be executed by beheading. 
For more information, see: Muslim cleric calls for beheading of Dutch politician - Yahoo! News
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