Thursday, August 26, 2010

A Legal Act Of Terror

The one thing I have always promised the readers of this column is the truth. I never sugar coat it. I don't wrap it into neat little packages and I don't do "politically correct". I call them as I see them. That being said, without further ado--

The Ground Zero Mosque is an act of terror.

There are those like Katie Couric and Rachel Maddcow who will call me a bigot. Janet From Another Planet Napolitano might put me on some sort of watch list. Princess Nancy, Ruler of the People's Republic of Pelosi, will probably want to investigate who's paying me to write this column. (The answer is no one, you botoxed fascist. Considering what you and the rest of the 2+2=5 Progressivevik Junta that makes up Congress have to done to the economy, I wish someone was.) Well, I don't care. I'm not afraid. I'm willing to look at evil dead in the eye and kick it in the nuts.

The House of Hatred at Park 51 has nothing to do with tolerance, God, or touchy-feely nonsense. It has everything to do with promoting Shariah law and sticking it to America. Oh, what's that, Olbermann ? I'm a hatemonger ? What do you make of this quote from Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, the chief instigator of this mess, in his column in the HuffingtonandPuffington Post:


"But it is important that we understand what is meant by Shariah law. Islamic law is about God's law, and it is not that far from what we read in the Declaration of Independence about 'the Laws of Nature and Nature's God.' "


Not far from the Declaration of Independence ? Where in the Declaration does it mention forcing women to wear burqas ? Where in the Declaration of Independence does it say we should stone people to death for adultery or wage jihad against unbelievers ?

From the above statement, we can see that Rauf sees no difference between Shariah law and the principles that founded our nation. How is this not a humongous red flag ? How on God's green, and not to mention cooling, earth can we trust Feisal Abdul Rauf's motives if he believes that there is little difference between Shariah law and Constitutional law ?

If you mix the above statement with Rauf's refusal to condmemn Hamas as a terrorist organization and his statements about how the United States has more blood on its hands than al-Qaeda, his true vision for the House of Hatred at Park 51 becomes crystal clear: It's a legal act of terror, almost as ominous as 9/11 itself. It will prove that America can be defeated by its own laws. After the House of Hatred, we'll start seeing more Shariah compliant institutions. Within a generation or two, the United States will be like Great Britain and France, fighting off Shariah separatists in their own countries.

God help us all.

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