August 24, 2010

Separation of Mosque and State

Buona sera. OK, clever ones, tell me something. Why is it that we get uppity atheists and snotty "progressives" crying about the "separation of church and state" at the drop of a hat? It's almost at joke status: A rabbi, a priest and a Baptist pastor walked onto City Hall property. An atheist went crying to the ACLU, who promptly filed for an injunction, etc.

"Sensitivity" and "political correctness" are absurdly think disguises in efforts to criminalize Christianity and, to some extent, Judaism. (Of course, the Jews have a few thousand years' head start being experienced in persecution before Christians started getting hammered, so they're more used to it. I'm being facetious, you know.) In a broader sense, "political correctness" is an effort to stifle free speech and to dodge productive discussion of important issues. And to squelch values, of course.

Then you get sarcastic types like me that don't give a rat's tail about politically correct approaches, so I proceed to tell the truth as I see it.

Here's a double standard. Franklin Graham was disinvited from a prayer service at the Pentagon because he was honest about his beliefs and said that Islam is an evil religion. Muslims can have prayers inside the Pentagon's memorial chapel; the chapel that was built as a memorial to the victims of the maniacs in the so-called "religion of peace".

Is America becoming a Muslim nation? (Katie did an article you should see, "Sharia in New York".) What else can explain the coddle-mad efforts to placate and make Muslims comfortable? Even the attack on Ft. Hood is not being called Muslim terrorism by the lamestream media.

It's time to tell the truth and to stand up for our rights and values. If we get some heat for it, let's give it back. Doubled.

Matt Slick of CARM has some enlightening things to say about Islam:

Addendum: Another article on this subject is here. And this one.
Also, since I'm such a "bad man" for my thoughts and feelings (and wanting to respect the people of New York), take a look at this video and think again that I'm so wrong.

August 23, 2010

Can Muslims be Good American Citizens?

Buon giorno. I received this in my e-mail a while ago, and have decided to use it now. You may have seen it, or even had it forwarded to you because it's been around for a few years.

I've seen it (and its writer) attacked by liberals, progressives, anti-theists and others that are politically correct, intellectually castrated; these types dodge important dialogue by labeling someone as a "hater" or "racist" (I railed on "racism" in my previous post). You know the type: Peace, touchie-feely love and grooviness for all — unless you believe differently than their nebulous blather requires. Then their idea of "tolerance" shows its true ugly self, that we have to tolerate all views except Judeo-Christian and/or Conservative values. But I digress. Again. Yes, I like to digress on occasion.

Here is a version of the piece that I received. Afterward, I will have some of my typically insightful comments for your enlightenment.

Can a devout Muslim be an American patriot and a loyal citizen? Consider this:

Theologically, no. Because his allegiance is to Allah, the moon god of Arabia.

Scripturally, no. Because his allegiance is to the five pillars of Islam and the Quran.

Geographically, no. Because his allegiance is to Mecca, to which he turns in prayer 5 times a day.

Socially, no. Because his allegiance to Islam forbids him to make friends with Christians or Jews.

Politically, no. Because he must submit to the mullah (spiritual leaders), who teach annihilation of Israel and destruction of America, the great Satan.

Domestically, no, because he is instructed to marry four women and beat and scourge his wife when she disobeys him. (Quran 4:34). Can you see a court case brewing here?

Religiously, no. Because no other religion is accepted by his Allah except Islam. (Quran, 2:256)

Intellectually, no, because he cannot accept the American Constitution since it is based on Biblical principles and he believes the Bible to be corrupt.

Philosophically, no, because Islam, Muhammad, and the Quran do not allow freedom of religion and expression.

Spiritually, no, because when we declare "one nation under God," the Christian's God is loving and kind, while Allah is NEVER referred to as our heavenly father, nor is he ever called Love in the Quran's 99 excellent names. Democracy and Islam cannot co-exist.

Every Muslim government is either dictatorial or autocratic. Therefore after much study and deliberation perhaps we should be very suspicious of ALL MUSLIMS in this country. They obviously cannot be both good Muslims and good Americans.

Call it what you's still the truth. If you find yourself intellectually in agreement with the above, perhaps you will share this with your friends. The more who understand this, the better it will be for our country. Pass it on. The war is bigger than we know.

The above was written before plans were made to build a monument to evil — oops, I mean, a mosque — near Ground Zero.

Some of the brain-dead feebs tried to make out that this criticism can apply to almost anyone if they change a few words around. Yes, there was some concern back when John F. Kennedy was running for president, that a Roman Catholic would be an agent of the Vatican, but most people did not take those concerns very seriously. Also, to use the same criticisms against Jews, Christians and others are laughable.

Concerns about Muslim loyalty are not laughable. In fact, the concerns are reinforced.

I do not need to go into detail on the catastrophe of September 11, 2001 that finally brought the United States and many other nations into the war on terror and Islamic fascism. Watching Fox News today, there are competing protests both for and against building a mosque in New York City near Ground Zero. B. Hussein Obama put himself firmly on the fence by saying that yes, they have the right to do so, as long as they follow applicable laws. He did not express any of the outrage of the majority of Americans, and especially New Yorkers, at such an insensitive concept. (But what do you expect? I joined the chorus almost two years ago that Obummer is probably a closet Muslim.)

By the way, I've heard uneducated, biased cafones pretend that the 9-11 attacks are a fault of religion itself. No, it's the fault of evil men hijacking a bad religion based on a tribal moon god for their own personal ends.

Proponents of the mosque are saying that it will help bring "peace and healing". Yeah, sure, Mohammed. It was not the Southern Baptist Convention, the Knights of Columbus, the Baha'i, the New Agers or what have you that attacked America. It was Muslim terrorists, capice? So putting a mosque there is a middle finger waved in the face of the 9-11 victims, America and all freedom-loving people. That's right, I said it! Many people are angry about this.

"But Uncle Bob, most Muslims are peace-loving people. The others are scumbags."

I keep hearing about the so-called religion of peace. What I do not hear about are groups of Muslims that protest the terrorists. Maybe a few here and there, but nothing widespread. Compare this to true Christians who do not tolerate evil done in the name of Christ. We speak out against the murders of abortionists, the Westboro Baptist Church stronzos, etc. Meanwhile, the goofball Muslim that is spearheading the building of the Mosque is a radical. "Peace and healing", my joyfully bouncing buttocks!

Also, the Islamic "religion of peace" is well-known for large-scale murders and atrocities from its inception. (Or is that an illegitimate conception?) Those have continued and even accelerated. You do not see large groups of Christians acting like this.

I've shown you that America is founded on Christian principles. (Comments that want to argue that point again will be deleted; I'm tired of leftists that want to rewrite history.) Our Judeo-Christian foundation is one reason that we are constantly offering help and support to other nations, even those that hate us, when they have a disaster. How often do Muslims do anything for anybody outside their own circles? Whatever they do, it's nowhere near as much as the good that Christians have been doing for centuries.

The differences between Christianity and Islam are huge. (So often, the disasters are brought on by Muslims; they kill their own. If I was a "moderate" Muslim, I'd be scared silly of the radicals who would want to kill me and mine because our religion does not meet their "standards"!) We offer the Gospel, they spread it by the sword: Convert or die. Remember the Crusades? Yes, people calling themselves Christian did some bad stuff, but guess what? One purpose was to stop the flood of Mohammedan "conversions", to liberate people from oppression. That's right, Islam had its own Crusade going centuries before the Christians got involved.

So back to my main points: Muslims have questionable loyalty at best, theirs is not a religion of peace, and building a satanic center mosque in New York City is enraging, not healing. An excellent article on the "good citizens" topic can be found here. I have a related article here.

Addendum: Check this out!

Christians, keep on spreading the truth and doing good for people. Muslims, if you want to learn more about the differences between your religion and Christianity, and how to come out of Islam into a knowledge of the truth, click here.

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