Just Let Me -- G -- Indoctrinate You!

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Dear America,

"The US and the West must acknowledge
the harm they have done
to Muslims before terrorism can end"

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf

"When you meet your enemies who are polytheists,
invite them to three courses of action.
If they respond to any one of these,
you also accept it
and withhold yourself from doing them any harm.
Invite them to (accept) Islam;
if they respond to you,
accept it from them
and desist from fighting against them. . . .
If they refuse to accept Islam,
demand from them the Jizya.
If they agree to pay, accept it
from them and hold off your hands.
If they refuse to pay the tax,
seek Allah's help and fight them.
 (Sahih Muslim, book 019, Number 4294)


But let's just send the Imam on the taxpayer's dime to the Middle East; yeah, yeah, that's a good idea.

According to P.J. Crowley of the State Department, we can all be further reassured that this itinerary was set in place month's ago; and it is just one of the many -- 1,200 similar programs -- of sending experts overseas,

"last year we had, you know,
52 trips that were specifically focused
 on promoting religious tolerance,"
Crowley added,
copping an attitude.

And we can have  all our worries put to rest knowing that, the imam will not be allowed to raise funds on the trip (notwithstanding, the opportunity of passing out business cards on where to send notes of thanks and praise, or funds via Western Union).

As most of us are well aware, it is this imam who is at the center of a controversial plan to orchestrate the building of a mosque just two blocks from the site of the terror attacks on 9/11, which killed 3,000 Americans and billions in economic destruction, as part of a $100 million, 13-story Islamic center.  In order to promote better relations between Muslims and the West, the Cordoba Initiative advocacy group is leading the charge.

But for even greater clarity, Crowley made sure to mention the fact that the administration is not taking sides on the issue -- that purely, by the merits of the noble gesture to bring unity to a community in turmoil (and an America at war with Islamic terrorists) he simply passes off taking opposition of the celebratory mosque, or Islamic center, as a matter of "zoning."  Get real, P.J.

So, if anyone would like to voice an opinion to the zoning issue currently going on in NYC,

you can contact Mayor Bloomberg -- and he can be found under a pile of donations from radical Islamic organizations throughout the world, while hiding behind his bagel and schmear, waiting for your call I'm sure::

PHONE 311 (or 212-NEW-YORK outside NYC)

FAX (212) 788-8123

E-MAIL: http://www.nyc.gov/html/mail/html/mayor.html

Isn't that the coolest -- if you are within the city limits, all you have to do is dial 311 and you get the Mayor's office!  That, is the best thing I have come across all morning.
SO where were we, oh yes, the Imam Rauf...we are paying him now, to fly over an ocean, and represent America in a whirlwind tour encompassing the Middle East meets West, for all people -- Christian, Jews, Mormons, Atheists, Jehovah's Witness', and any and all other religions herewith not mentioned, oh of course, oopsy daisy, and Muslims -- to represent the community of coming together in the United States as one nation under God, or Allah, for it doesn't matter what we call it -- that is simply a question of "zoning."  
Is there a hidden camera somewhere? 
C'mon, you guys, this isn't funny...c'mon, are we being punked?
OMUSA, let us pray.
Make it a Good Day, G
Oh, I almost forgot, you can call P.J. at the U.S. Department of State @202-647-4000, or go over his head and ask to speak to Hillary.  Either way, making a little noise in unison on this matter -- in protest of course -- is highly recommended, and may even bring a community together for a common purpose to create the kind of change we (ALL Americans, anyway) can believe in.
It may be difficult to reach the Imam at this time...for the pied-piper of peace is leeeaving, on a jet plane [and] I don't know when he'll be back again... 

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