Bill Maher’s Use of Opinion Polls of Muslims is Ahistorical and May Justify Violations of Their Human Rights

A friend forwarded me a September 2014 video telling me “you’re swimming upstream in your defense of Islam.” Not knowing I was defending Islam (I see my political stances as defenses of human rights of people, including Muslims.), I replied, “only out of respect for you did I waste 3 minutes listening to Bill Maher.” He then wrote, “Who better than you, to point out where he’s right and where he’s wrong? Please share your thoughts.” Of course, there are many better qualified than me (see after the blog post.) But, after some delay, here they are. Continue reading

Thunderclap: Say the Magic Words “Radical Islamic Terrorism”

Millions of people around the world are looking forward to the end of politically motivated violence with the inauguration of Donald J. Trump to the Presidency of the United States of America on January 20, 2017. The moment he utters the phrase “Radical Islamic Terrorism,” these millions will no longer suffer car bombs, shootings, kidnappings, public executions and vehicle hijackings. What a joyous day! Continue reading

News Graphic: Muslims Took Over NYC, Washington, DC & Philadelphia 1978-1989

Intrepid researchers have combed through the computer of a suspected Muslim radical and found terrifying evidence of the Islamization of America. While real Americans were asleep, the United Nations-following, multi-cultural adopting, effete, trans-fat-avoiding liberal elite allowed major USA cities to fall to Shariah law! Share with all your friends, neighbors and co-workers!

1978 – Muslims established a foothold in New York City

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1989 – Muslims are the strong majority in NYC, Washington, DC and Philadelphia

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National security analysts vetted for hidden loyalties to the ummah are painstakingly searching through the vast trove of paper and electronic documents trying to understand why the previous religion of these cities was identified as Buddhism and not Christianity. They’re also trying to understand the significance of these cities’ depiction on the west coast of the continent, with cities named with Chinese names immediately to the east.

Update: We’re crowdsourcing to other patriotic Americans the interpretation of this cryptic note we’ve found on the terrorist scum’s computer:

Screenshots from a game of Civilization VI. #OneMoreTurn

Ignorance Towards Syrian Refugees at All-Time High in South Carolina Hearing

A South Carolina Senate committee hearing on proposed legislation to restrict Syrian refugee resettlement included misleading testimony. Reporter Eva Moore authored this article published in the Free Times of January 27, 2016.

And one woman went all in on themes touched on by a number of other speakers.

“Not only is the federal government bringing South American and Central American foreigners to disenfranchise me,” she said, “But in their frenzy to import a more favorable voting bloc the federal government is compelling South Carolinians to accept Muslim refugees as well.”

She invoked the recent mass assault in Cologne, Germany, suggesting a deeper agenda to refugees’ desire to come to America.

“I find it curious that Syrian men of fighting age have abandoned their country in a time of crisis; American men did no such things during our bloody Civil War,” she said. “Could it be that wealthy older male Muslims have taken for themselves a disproportionate number of wives? Perhaps these older polygamists are only too happy to send their young men out to take women through conquest. And if they die trying, their imams have assured them that their deepest sexual and social frustrations will finally be satisfied. How disastrous that European men relinquished their duty to defend their wives and daughters and permitted their government to strip them of the means to do so.”

The racism & religious bigotry reported in this article are outrageous, but pointing that out hardly seems to matter these days. A few basic facts should be mentioned, however. Continue reading