Here, you are urged and encouraged to run your mouths about something important.

Monday, August 9, 2010


You definitely don't want to miss this one if you have any suspicions about Islam. The claims stated in this video are backed up by every Muslim convert to Christianity and every honest non-Islamic scholar of the religion, which actually is more of an ideology than it is a religion according to those who study it objectively. Be sure to watch 'Three Things About Islam'. If, after viewing, you find yourself being dismissive, you're likely in denial and need help. If, on the other hand, it awakens you to a very real threat, perhaps you will be motivated to educate others.

Speaking of former Muslims and current Christians, Walid Shoebat was featured in a song by a band called Stuck Mojo in 2007. After watching the video above, be sure to check this one out.

For more on Walid Shoebat, go HERE.

Here's the Stuck Mojo video from 2006 called, "Open Season" that plays on the same theme.



We are truly witnessing an extremely bizarre phenomenon unfold on the left in this country. Roseanne Barr and Rosie O'Donnell may just be the canaries in the coal mine when it comes to the abyss the left seems to be headed for. You know someone has truly lost it when their version of history involves demonizing the Jews by making the claim that Nazi leaders in WWII - including Hitler himself - were actually Jews.

Yet, that's exactly what Roseanne Barr did.

When you couple that with the claim of a Rosie O'Donnell staffer, that people who oppose construction of the Ground Zero mosque are similar to Nazis, you have quite the alternate reality taking shape. During O'Donnell's radio show, one of her staffers named Pete Mele made the comparison:
"GOOGLE PETE" MELE (staffer): I get very angry at [opposition to the mosque]...It is beyond un-American.

BOBBY PEARCE (staffer): Right. I agree.

MELE: ...This sort of persecution, blindly, of one group is what was going on in Germany in the 1930s...You can't say because [Muslims were behind the 9/11 attacks], we can't have them doing anything in our country.
Someone should inform Rosie and Mele that the Muslim world aggressively sought an alliance with Hitler in WWII - they both shared a common hatred for the Jews.

For some reason, Isaiah 5:20 comes to mind:
Isaiah 5:20

20Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!
Before anyone makes the claim that this is guilt by association, remember that Mele is an integral part of O'Donnell's show and the host didn't deviate much from that view or attempt to debunk it, only saying that "radical Islam" and Christianity are very similar. Uh, does that mean that moderate Islam is better than both, Rosie?

h/t to NewsBusters


Based on this ad alone, this race shouldn't even be a contest. Then again, we're seeing quite a bit of absurdity come to fruition these days. In times when Alvin Greene wins the South Carolina Democratic candidacy and Tony'd up politician Alexi Giannoulias does the same in Illinois, why would Americans not think Andrew Cuomo would win in New York? As HUD Secretary in 1998 when the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) was given teeth, Cuomo should be a disgraced former politician.

That said, this is an awesome ad from Cuomo's opponent, Carl Paladino, who says he will use eminent domain to stop construction of the ground zero mosque if elected. Meanwhile, Cuomo supports construction of the mosque. Before watching the ad, it's worth going to Paladino's website. When you visit, you'll see him come onto your screen to introduce himself - worth the watch.

h/t to Hope for America

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