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Old 04-06-2011, 02:59 PM   #181 (permalink)
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The man giving the lecture is only trying to tell what it is like to live under Sharia Law? Ok...

"Are you trying to tell me there is a loving Muslim?"

"How can you be a Muslim and not be demonized?"

"There is no good Muslim; I'm telling you, Usama speaking right now, there is no good Muslim."
As if the naacp is blameless??

The NAACP Joins the Club - By Michael Graham - The Corner - National Review Online

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Louis Farrakhan and Jeremiah Wright — both openly
racist conspiracy theorists — have been featured
speakers at NAACP events. So has Al Sharpton,
even after the Tawana Brawley spectacle and the
loss of life at Freddie’s Fashion Mart.

Does this make the NAACP an organization of racist,
anti-Semitic loons? Or is it the case that any large
organization dealing with issues people feel passionate
about is going to attract extremists and nuts?

The difference is, when you’re looking for loonies
at a tea-party rally, they’re on the fringe. When
you’re looking for them at liberal events, they’re
on stage.
So why doesn't the naacp invite Usama Dakdok
to speak?? After all he is speaking out about the
lack of civil rights under islamic sharia law!!!

Islamic sharia law is the very antithesis of American
democracy and would negate everything that has
been gained in the way of individual civil rights in
this country from 1776 on.





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Interesting post
Obama wasn't the first
To go down that road

Who else supported the left
And muslim extremists? Oh,



The difference between you and me is that I can
make a rational arguement on some particular
political point and your best is to make an irrational
statement and back it up with personal slights.

I would venture to say that both American political
parties have made some rather short sighted policy
decisions concerning the world of islam going back
at least as far as Eisenhower who entertained the
head of the muslim brotherhood in the White House
not long after the end of WWII.

Of course we know the democrat party is far worse
on the issue and that Reagan was a retread democrat
when you get right down to the basics.

Moamar Qadaffi; "Now, ruling America is a black
man from our continent, an African from Arab
descent, from Muslim descent, and this is
something we never imagined – that from
Reagan we would get to Barakeh Obama."




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Old 04-06-2011, 03:12 PM   #182 (permalink)
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The difference between you and me is that I can
make a rational arguement on some particular
political point and your best is to make an irrational
statement and back it up with personal slights.
Rich.

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I would venture to say that both American political
parties have made some rather short sighted policy
decisions concerning the world of islam going back
at least as far as Eisenhower who entertained the
head of the muslim brotherhood in the White House
not long after the end of WWII.

Of course we know the democrat party is far worse
on the issue and that Reagan was a retread democrat
when you get right down to the basics.
Point taken about both sides making ill-informed, short sighted foreign policy decisions, but the ones who happened to be propped up by Carter/Reagan were the ones that actually came back and caused some ****.

And the bolded... A few here may take exception with that.
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Old 04-06-2011, 10:27 PM   #183 (permalink)
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Point taken about both sides making ill-informed, short sighted foreign policy decisions, but the ones who happened to be propped up by Carter/Reagan were the ones that actually came back and caused some ****.

And the bolded... A few here may take exception with that.
Zbigniew Brzezinski was the achitect of the Carter
Afghan policy and was the mastermind of the Kosovo
secession under KLA terrorist auspices, a gambit
against Serbia and Russia.

Where is Zbib now??

He is a top foreign policy advisor to Barack Hussein
Obama.

Brzezinski was one of Obama’s professors at
Columbia University and played a key role in his
rise to power. He was also instrumental in Carter’s
accession to the White House in 1979.

What people often overlook about James Earl Carter
is that Islamic fundamentalism was pretty much
the brainchild of the Carter administration. As
Brzezinski had played such a key role in Carter’s
rise to power, he has been able to steer the political
gunboat of Barack Obama.

Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter’s National
Security Advisor, and now the more or less the
same in Obama’s regime, was sent to Afghanistan
to arm the Mujahedeen, a motley group of illiterate
peasants, who might easily have been attracted by
Soviet Communism had it not been for Brzezinski’s
theological exhortations. “God is on your side” he
told them, as the CIA with help from Osama Bin Ladin
and Pakistan’s ISI, proceeded to indoctrinate the
poor farmers in religious fanaticism. Madrasas were
set up throughout the region, where the Mujahadeen
were taught to hate the Russians for being
non-muslims. They were trained in the use of the
latest military equipment while the CIA and Pakstani
Intelligence laundered money from the drug harvests
of the future Taliban.

I had a lucrative offer back then to sell mules to the
CIA for the purpose of transporting arms to the
mujahedeen through the Kyber pass and other
Pak/Afghan routes into Afghanistan to arm the
peasants against the Soviets.

I refused, not because I had any lost love for the
Soviets, I had been a Russian interpreter (with a
TS crypto clearance) many years previous to that,
but because I was aware of the looming threat of
the moslem world that we are now facing and seem
totally incapable of accurately accessing.

Knowledge is power and the current leadership in
Washington is as weak as water, that is if they
are really acting in the best interest of the American
people and the civilized world.


"I didn't leave the democrat party,
the democrat party left me."

Ronald Reagan
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Oh no, I spit all over my computer screen. Thanks for the laughs, gs. I totally forgot about this thread.
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You'll be happy to find out the school district
capitulated to the NAACP demands.





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Oh no, I spit all over my computer screen. Thanks for the laughs, gs. I totally forgot about this thread.
Thanks for displaying your single digit IQ.



Muslim Advocates Partners with NAACP, "New Muslim Cool" - Muslim Advocates

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In a letter sent earlier this month to U.S.
Attorney General Eric Holder, Muslim Advocates
and the National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP) expressed their shared
concern over the Federal Bureau of Investigation's
(FBI) use of lethal force in the October 28, 2009,
shooting of Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah in
Dearborn, Michigan.

The letter requests that the Department of
Justice (DOJ) investigate the circumstances of
the imam's death, including a review of the FBI's
decision to use lethal force during the raid and
a complete analysis of the imam's autopsy report.

The letter also requests that the DOJ investigate
all of the incidents preceding and following the
raid, including the FBI's use of undisclosed
informants and recent inflammatory and misleading
comments made by the head of the Detroit FBI
office.
That still doesn't answer my question as to exactly
when the NAACP and moslem groups first formed an
alliance.

No doubt the ACLU will be soon to follow, wonder why they didn't have anything to say about David Koresh?
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Dammit, Volatile! You thought a gsvol post was asinine. You MUST be a fool of fools.
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Dammit, gsvol! You should know that truth dosen't sound good to the fools.
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Old 04-10-2011, 01:09 PM   #189 (permalink)
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Seeing their knee jerk reactions makes it worth
the effort though.



I think it ws Orwell who said; "In times of universal
deceipt, telling the truth is sa revolutionary act."

I've traced the naacp cultivation of a collaboration
with islam back to at least 2010 so far.

Strategic leadership for the year 2010 and beyond
By Brenda D. Muhammad

Minister Farrakhan meets with NAACP Leaders in
Washington, D.C.


NAACP Vice Chairman Roselyn M. Brock and the
Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Photo: Brenda D. Muhammad


Strategic leadership for the year 2010 and beyond

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The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan recently
met with NAACP leaders in a three day religious
summit to discuss new NAACP methodologies to
reach the masses of Black people.
------------------------

In attendance were several officials from the
Nation of Islam, Student Minister Ishmael
Muhammad, National Assistant to the Honorable
Minister Louis Farrakhan, A. Akbar Muhammad,
International Representative of the Nation of
Islam, Student Regional Minister Abdul Khadir
Muhammad and Sister Claudette Marie Muhammad,
Director of the National Fundraising Office.

Also in attendance was Joshua DuBois, executive
director of the White House Office of Faith-based
and Neighborhood Partnerships.
Maybe someone can enlighten me as to just
what is honorable about louis Farrakhan??
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The PJ Tatler NAACP official convicted of voter fraud

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In Tunica, Mississippi, ten guilty verdicts
of voter fraud were returned yesterday against
NAACP officer Lessadolla Sowers.

She was sentenced to five years for each count
without the possibility of parole and will
serve the terms concurrently. Sowers
manipulated the absentee ballot process in
the 2007 election. Absentee ballots in
Mississippi are notoriously subject to voter
fraud.

The District Court opinion in United States
v. Ike Brown provides another outrageous
example of systemic voter fraud in the casting
of absentee ballots in Mississippi.

Brown was also a NAACP and Democratic
party official.

The Tunica Times (subscription required) is
the only media outlet covering Sowers’
conviction. No surprise there. And don’t
expect the voter fraud deniers at the
Brennan Center or Tova Wang at Demos to
devote much attention to Sowers and her
five year vacation in the pen.
Sowers guilty on ten voter fraud counts

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After two days of testimony and an hour of
deliberation, a Tunica County jury returned
a guilty verdict in the case against
community activist Lessadolla Sowers.

Sowers was convicted of 10 counts of voter
fraud and was sentenced to five years for
each count. Circuit Court Judge Charles
Webster ordered Sowers to serve her terms
concurrently with no possibility of parole.
She was also ordered to pay restitution and
court costs.
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