Monday, May 30, 2011

Muslims throw human urine at crowd in Dearborn Mi

This is what these Slimy Muslim bastards are like. Forget freedom of speech if these pricks are ever allowed to have their way. Send all Muslims packing to the cesspools of hell where they belong. JMOP

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Bill Warner May 12 2011 Nashville Tn The Facts of Islam

Michael Coren on why Muslims are not fit to live in the West

Muslims are destroying the culture in Europe wherever they migrate to.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Coptic Bishop Warns Native Germans About Islam: "You´re up Next!"


Video: Netanyahu lectures Obama on why Israel’s 1967 borders are indefensible

posted at 4:10 pm on May 20, 2011 by Allahpundit

I can’t believe we have to wait another five days for the inevitable O’Reilly “body language segment” on this tete-a-tete. Good lord. The One looked like he was trying to pass a kidney stone at one point. Worst photo op evah.

Normally these Oval Office grip-and-grins begin with a few minutes of blah-blah from the president about America’s enduring bond with the other leader’s country, followed by a minute or so from that leader about the “productive discussion” they just had, and that’s it. Not this time: Netanyahu takes off here for a good seven minutes, parts of which are so cutting — the conclusion about history not giving the Jewish people another chance is simply devastating — that it’s hard to believe it was extemporaneous. In fact, by the end he’s facing Obama and addressing him personally, just to add to the theater. Bibi knew this would be his golden opportunity to pay Obama back for yesterday’s speech, and darned if he didn’t seize it. It’s riveting. O was probably completely blindsided by it too, but no doubt realized quickly that this little history lesson would soon go viral in the media and online. Hopefully no meaningful agreements were reached earlier in their private meeting, because if they were, you can forget about ‘em now.

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Barnhardt Boston Speech Part1

I love this patriotic women.

Australian Defence League: Time To Make A Stance!

Is this what we want here in America. In any free country? I sure as hell don't. Look at how these savages slit the throats of sheep and cattle withou even stunning them. Its the same way Muslims all accross the world slit the throats of nonbelievers. Say no to Islam and its evil practices and ideology.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Lars Hedegaard Free Press Society - The Place of Women in Expansionist Islam


David Bowie - Heroes @ Concert For New York City

For those brave heroes on 9/11 that gave their lives and those that survived. Never forget it was Muslims that flew into the twin towers and the pentagon.

Banned Newsreport from Islamic Cultural Center in France

A good example of the religion of peace in action. Islam and Sharia laws don't allow for any freedoms.

Try filming a Christian place of worship and you can spend the whole day filming. Try filming anything Islamic, and the barbarians attack and beat you. Thats all Muslims know. Islam is an ideology of hate.

Egypt: Muslims attack, set fire to church, 6 dead

True to the mainstream media's habit of describing a scene of mutual "tensions" when Muslims attack Christians, the headline below describes "Egyptian sectarian violence," giving the impression of equal participation. Here, the rumor that the Coptic church is holding two women who converted to Islam has fueled months of jihadist violence against Christians far removed from any such alleged conspiracy, including the New Year's Eve church bombing in Alexandria, and even the massacre on the eve of All Saints' Day in Baghdad.

"6 dead in Egyptian sectarian violence," from CNN, May 7:

Cairo, Egypt -- Six people were killed and 120 injured in sectarian clashes outside a church in Cairo on Saturday, officials said.

An angry group of Muslim Salafists attacked the Saint Mena Coptic Orthodox Church. They were upset over reports of a woman being held against her will after allegedly converting to Islam.

"With my own eyes I saw three people killed and dozens injured," said Mina Adel, a Christian resident. "There's no security here. There's a big problem. People attacked us, and we have to protect ourselves."

Egyptian Interior Ministry spokesman Alla Mahmoud said in a statement that six people were killed and 120 injured in the violence.

Authorities sent soldiers and police to help secure the area.

Tensions have risen this year between Egypt's Muslim majority and its Coptic minority.

A Coptic church in the town of Alexandria was bombed on New Year's Day, killing 23 people. The Palestinian Islamic Army, which has links to al Qaeda, claimed responsibility for what was the deadliest attack on Christians in Egypt in recent times.

Ten days later, a gunman killed a Christian man and wounded five other Christians on a train in Egypt.

In November, a group with ties to al Qaeda in Iraq announced that all Christians in the Middle East would be "legitimate targets," as the group's deadline for Egypt's Coptic church to release alleged Muslim female prisoners expired.

The group's claim that the Coptic Church in Egypt is holding female prisoners is based on widespread rumors of Coptic women in Egypt converting to Islam and being detained by the church in an attempt to compel or persuade them to return to their original faith....

But when Muslims abduct Christian girls and women -- and they do -- that's apparently A-OK. Coptic Pope Shenouda III warned as far back as 1976 that "there is a practice to convert Coptic girls to embrace Islam and marry them under terror to Muslim husbands."

Is this the Democracy that Muslim Obama and the liberal media promised us? What we have is more of the same Muslim savages killing Christians and burning their churches.  On a positive note, Osama Bin Laden, may you rot in hell.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Fish Food, May Contain Traces of Lead.

Warning: not ment to be fed to any pets.

Cause We Haven't Played Cowboys and Muslims Yet.

It's a comin'

Three strangers strike up a conversation in the passenger lounge in the Bozeman, Montana airport, while waiting for their respective flights..

One is an American Indian passing through from Lame Deer, another is a Cowboy on his way to Billings for a livestock show and the third passenger is a fundamentalist Arab student, newly arrived at Montana State University from the Middle East..

Their discussion drifts to their diverse cultures. Soon, the two Westerners learn that the Arab is a devout, radical Muslim and the conversation falls into an uneasy lull.

The cowboy leans back in his chair, crosses his boots on a magazine table, tips his big sweat-stained hat forward over his face, and lights a cigarette. The wind outside is blowing tumbleweeds around, and the old windsock is flapping; but still no plane comes.

Finally, the American Indian clears his throat and softly he speaks, 'At one time here... my people were many... but sadly, now we are few.'

The Muslim student raises an eyebrow and leans forward, 'Once my people were few,' he sneers, 'and now we are many. Why do you suppose that is?'

The cowboy removes his cigarette from his mouth and from the darkness beneath his Stetson says in a smooth drawl . . .

'I reckon that's 'cause we ain't played Cowboys and Muslims yet, But I do believe it's a-comin'.' 

White Bull Lager - Future Lions 2011

South Sudan's secession from Islamic North and Beer

Undercover Agent: Hezbollah trafficking Drugs and Humans at US-Mexican Border

When will Obama and his attorney general Eric the Red Holder wake up and start to enforce the laws of the land. Time to secure the border.

Muslims Protesting the Killing of Osama Bin Laden Worldwide

Why do these bastards hide their faces? This is what we here in America are up against. Make no mistake, Islam is at war with the west and America. When will our politically correct politicians realize this.

ATF Dogs - CBS Sunday Morning - 5-1-11

Oh did you know Muslims think dogs are dirty? Yep, Muslims don't like dogs, so all your dog owners out there, just remember when your Muslim neighbor tries to convince you that Islam is not a problem.

Is was one of these brave dogs that took Osama down. Be nice to your pooch. Not so nice to Muslims.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Monday, May 2, 2011

Lara Logan breaks her silence in 60 minutes

Not once does Miss Logan mention that these Egyptian savages that raped and beat her were Muslims. Why does the Liberal media continue to shy away from telling the full story and truth.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

INDONESIA: Muslims killing Muslims for not being Muslim enough

Killing is all Muslims know how to do. Does anyone doubt that Islam is a Religion of Hate.

May Christians Preach Outside a Philadelphia Mosque?

Islamist Watch

by David J. Rusin
American Thinker
May 1, 2011

Law enforcement scrutiny, detainment by police, and a court date to answer trumped-up charges: these are the consequences of preaching Christianity to Muslims not only throughout much of the Islamic world, but sometimes even in America as well.

The most infamous example occurred last June, when four missionaries from Acts 17 Apologetics were arrested and charged with breach of peace while they calmly discussed their faith with Muslims at the Arab International Festival in Dearborn, Michigan. Armed with self-recorded video showing that they had acted in a civil fashion, the Christians were vindicated by a jury several months later.

An important but virtually unnoticed Philadelphia case from 2010 bears striking similarities to the one in Dearborn, including police shutting down religious speech directed toward Muslims and a prosecutor filing charges patently at odds with video evidence. Islamist Watch attended the trial, which offered a unique window into the battle to protect First Amendment rights in an era of hypersensitivity.

On the evening of July 3, Michael Marcavage of Repent America — a Philadelphia Christian group known for its strong stances on hot-button social issues such as abortion and homosexuality — was driving with two visitors, Kenneth Fleck and Mike Stockwell. The men say that they spotted Masjid Al-Jamia, a fortress-like mosque located near the University of Pennsylvania campus in West Philadelphia, and spontaneously decided to pull over and preach on the public sidewalk out front.

This much was not in dispute: They began with a hymn and took turns reading Gospel passages. However, a bicycle-bound guard working for AlliedBarton, a private security firm contracted to patrol the streets close to campus, soon approached the evangelists, who by then had drawn a boisterous crowd of a dozen or more Muslims, some visibly upset with the call to Christianity.

According to Marcavage and his cohorts, the guard told them that they could not preach there and had to depart. They refused, prompting him to radio for the university police. Officers arrived and found the Christians continuing to preach, the Muslims arguing with them, and Marcavage filming — which, the missionaries later explained, had been done to protect themselves against false accusations, a tactic employed wisely in Dearborn. A policeman asked the evangelists to step back from the crowd and lower their voices, while Officer Nicole Michel demanded that Marcavage put down the camera, allegedly grabbing him by the arm.

When the dust settled, Marcavage and Fleck were in custody facing two counts: one for "creat[ing] a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act which serves no legitimate purpose of the actor," under the state's disorderly conduct statute, and another for "obstructing highways and other public passages," namely a mosque door opening out onto the sidewalk. The men pleaded not guilty. Stockwell was neither arrested nor charged.

Defense attorney C. Scott Shields invoked the First Amendment throughout the four-hour trial of November 12, which did not involve a jury. He began by petitioning for dismissal on the basis that federal and Pennsylvania courts regularly have backed the right to express controversial views in public spaces — and a sidewalk in an urban area like West Philadelphia, he said, is the "quintessential public forum." Citing Terminiello v. Chicago, Shields noted that police cannot enforce a "heckler's veto" by suppressing speech that sparks anger and unrest. Judge Charles Hayden rejected the motion and ordered testimony to commence on the two charges, each of which would be exposed as paper thin.

The assertion that Marcavage and Fleck had blocked a mosque door was the first to fall apart. Amid conflicting eyewitness accounts of their position on the 15-foot-wide sidewalk (see a Google Street View panorama here), including multiple claims that they had stood just two feet from a door, the defense unveiled its coup de grace: video subpoenaed from the masjid's surveillance camera showing that the men had stayed closer to the curb than the building. As Fleck mentioned later, blocking an entrance would have been counterproductive because the preachers had wanted Muslims to come out and hear their message. At the trial's conclusion, Assistant District Attorney Joseph McCool withdrew the charge of obstructing a public passage, presumably due to the accusation having been rendered untenable.

His attempt to prove disorderly conduct did not fare much better, even though the judge allowed the charges to be expanded midway through the proceedings to include two other subsections of the statute: "engag[ing] in fighting or threatening, or in violent or tumultuous behavior" and "mak[ing] unreasonable noise."

The case grew weaker with each witness. Nobody had seen the preachers behave violently or make any threats. Officer Michel, who was quite hostile on the stand, even admitted that the Christians had been detained, in part, for their own safety. Asked whether they had created a hazard by disrupting traffic on busy Walnut Street, her partner explained that the flow of cars had indeed been affected — but by agitated Muslims running across the road. Furthermore, no evidence was presented to demonstrate excessive noise.

Two Muslims testified. A young man, the sole mosque attendee called by the prosecutor, claimed that the evangelists had stirred up the crowd by describing Islam as a "hate religion," but a female witness contradicted him, revealing that she had heard only statements such as "Jesus is the way." The defense called a Muslim of its own, a man responsible for security at the mosque that evening. Having exited the building while the Christians were outside, he saw no reason to take any action and continued on to a nearby store.

The trial's most unsettling twist came when Stockwell, the third minister, testified to overhearing Officer Michel express concern about Marcavage's footage, with the implication being that it might undermine the police account and exonerate the preachers. The defense then attempted to enter into evidence the video returned to the men upon their release, which they insisted university police officers had tried to erase by recording over it with the lens cap on. The judge refused, ruling that the prosecution had not had sufficient opportunity for review.

The defense did not need it, however, given the preponderance of reasonable doubt already accumulated. Judge Hayden acquitted the men of the remaining charges.

"This case was all about Marcavage and Fleck's speech," defense attorney Shields said afterward. "If they had been outside of the mosque talking about anything other than Jesus Christ, they would never have been arrested." Indeed, based on the actions of security officers, the prosecutor's decision to go to trial with flimsy evidence, and his courtroom focus on how Muslims were aggravated by the Christians' message, it is no great leap to suspect that deference to Islamic sensibilities helped shape the saga from beginning to end.

Who ultimately benefited from this needless episode? Islamists pushing the media-enabled calumny that Philadelphia Muslims are besieged by discrimination.

Preying on the contemporaneous public debate about the proposed mosque near Ground Zero, the local chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) appears to have convinced at least one Philadelphia news outlet, CBS 3 television, that the above incident was another manifestation of "Islamophobia." In a segment from early September, now featured on the CAIR-PA YouTube page, reporter Ben Simmoneau stated, "At least three times now in the last month, worshippers here at the Jamia mosque at the corner of 43rd and Walnut have been greeted by protesters as they tried to attend prayers. At one point, they say, those protesters even tried to block the door of this mosque." The claims set the stage for a puff piece about CAIR.

"Block the door" presumably refers to the now-discredited accusations against Marcavage and Fleck, but the journalist got the timeframe wrong — their arrests occurred two months prior to his report — and as demonstrated in testimony, it was not a protest. And what of the other two incidents cited? Islamist Watch contacted local police seeking evidence but uncovered nothing in their records. As for the source of these dubious allegations, a text version of Simmoneau's story contains an intriguing clue: a quote from Rugiatu Conteh, CAIR-PA's outreach director, who claims to have been at the mosque during one of the three supposed "protests," but who did not show up to tell her tale in court.

Hence, as with the Dearborn trial, one must not celebrate the acquittals too much. Charges never should have been brought before a judge in the first place, significant resources had to be drained to defend the missionaries, and Islamists successfully exploited the overblown incident to advance their own agenda.

Yes, the First Amendment still protects Christians preaching to Muslims. But as the Philadelphia case and recent controversies prove, exercising free speech rights amid hypersensitivity toward Islam does not come without costs.

David J. Rusin is director of Islamist Watch, a project of the Middle East Forum.

Concerning the Christians blocking the streets as a violation? Will Philadelphia Police feel the same when Muslims start blocking the streets to pray just as they are doing now in New York?

This scene is in New York City on Madison Avenue, not in France or the Middle East or Yemen or Kenya

Americans better wake up fast. Muslims are not what you want blocking your streets with their dirty asses pointing to the sky. How long till this creeps into your neighborhood?