There Is No Peace In Islam, or, A Letter To Muslims

How often have we all heard the sickeningly ironic statement: “Islam is a religion of peace.” Muslims themselves will say, “Submission to Allah brings peace.” When examined logically, however, it’s obvious that Islam brings anything but peace.

 

Islam concerns itself with what people believe about a higher power and all the things that attend a higher power. If you decide that Islam is not for you, the punishment is death. Worrying about what happens to people when they change their beliefs away from your own is not something that brings peace. Murdering people because they change their beliefs in a higher power is not peace. Judging others as apostates is not an activity that brings peace. The beliefs of others are their own business and not yours. Let others believe as they will…and find peace.

 

Islam worries about things that people might say that show disrespect for their false god Allah or his falser prophet Mohammed. The punishment for a disrespectful word toward Allah or the false prophet mohammed is death in many Islamic countries. Stressing about someone burning a silly book, or saying one god is better than another does not bring peace. Killing people because of some words that came out of their mouth does not bring peace. Killing people because of harmless statements is not a peaceful thing to do. People strong in their beliefs are not bothered by the silly words of another. Let others say what they want….and find peace.

 

Islam troubles itself with the sexual preference of all of us. Those people who prefer a same-sex relationship are condemned, cast out, and killed in many Islamic countries. Bothering yourself over who someone else chooses to love does not bring peace. Killing gays is not a peaceful thing to do. Let others love who they will…and find peace.

 

Islam cares too much about keeping women in a subservient position to men. Women are denied the same status accorded to men in virtually all aspects of the religion. Terms of worship, freedom of assembly, freedom of movement, choice of who to marry, status in court and before the law….in all of these areas, and more, Islam makes and enforces rules upon women that keep them second class citizens. Repressing women does not bring peace. Worrying constantly about keeping women “in their place” is not an activity that brings peace. Let women have completely equal status to men…and find peace.

 

Islam burdens itself with having to force the whole world to worship Allah. Non-muslims are never accorded the same status as Muslims in a muslim society. Muslims wage jihad to convince the world that the only alternative is submission to Allah. Killing people if they refuse to believe in your false god is not peaceful. Engaging in an asinine activity called ‘jihad’ is not something that brings peace. Constantly being offended because the world doesn’t respect your ridiculous rituals, your idiotic customs, your foolish bloody fake holidays, is not something that lends itself to a peaceful state of mind. Let the world ALONE with your false islamic bullshit, muslims, and then maybe ALL of us can find some peace!

Drafting Dr. Seuss For The Propaganda War Against Islam!

Many people aren’t aware that Theodore Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) was a prolific political cartoonist before he began writing children’s books. He created pieces that chastised America for its “head in the sand” attitude toward what Hitler was doing in Europe, in the period before World War II, and then during that same war, he encouraged people to support the government as it fought bravely to defeat the enemy.

With the smallest of modifications, some of his cartoons can be made quite relevant to current world events. I believe Dr. Seuss would support the minor changes I’ve made in his cartoons to demonstrate this. Dr. Seuss would have been against apostasy and blasphemy laws. He would have stood in opposition to Islam’s treatment of women in a false and imaginary god’s name. He would have been against the foolishly superior attitude exemplified by Muslims worldwide who believe that their god is the best and only. In several of his books, he displays this firm, overarching belief in human rights.

In “Horton Hears A Who” he tells us, “A person’s a person, no matter how small.” Equality for all, no matter what their race/sex/belief system/origin. All people count. All people have souls, and all souls are equal. “Yertle the Turtle” discusses the idea that no government or belief system has the right to take away anyone’s basic human rights. “The Sneetches” mocks the foolish and false superiority of those who take a mistaken belief system much too far. Sound familiar, Saudi Arabia? Under Islamic Sharia, non-muslims are not treated in the same way Muslims are in the eyes of the government. People’s basic human rights are violated depending upon how they choose to view the higher spirit. Dr. Seuss would mock the nonsensical approach the world is taking to the problem of Islam. He wasn’t afraid to mock the enemy then, and I’m sure he would show no fear in making the ridiculousness of Islam a target for his derision.

Each time a society makes a concession, or changes the rules, to suit the tenets of Islam, that society gives legitimacy to Islam. Why we would want to give legitimacy to someone who believes all the things Mohamed believed, I haven’t a clue. There is no rhyme nor reason to respecting a belief system so patently and obviously false. This is exactly the kind of nonsense we need to mock, not cater to. I think Dr. Seuss would agree.

Feel free to distribute these pictures where you will. I’ve erased the captions, so you can add your own, if your humor runs that way. It was really amazing how by changing one symbol (the swastika) for another (the Islamic crescent and star) the cartoons could once again be relevant 70-80 years later. Make Dr. Seuss part of the effort! He’d be proud, I think. Share this post!

~Mike S.

 

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“At points, I physically shook with nervous anticipation while reading this book…”

This is a quote from a reader of Michael Shapson’s “Can’t Take It Back,” reacting to one of the most frightening and controversial books of the year. Another reader reported, “It seemed so real…the descriptions of things. I could see it all in my head.” This horribly plausible, apocalyptic vision of a future we might still have time to avoid is now available on Kindle, for only $2.99, and in paperback for $8.99. Pick up a copy of the book that is giving people sleepless nights all over America! Here’s where to get yours today:

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“Like” a Facebook Post In Egypt…Go Directly To Jail!

Sometime in May of 2014, Egyptian Coptic Christian Kerolos Shouky Attallah was surfing Facebook and encountered a group called “Knights of the Cross,” a group meant to be supportive for Christian converts from Islam. He decided he agreed with the sentiments expressed by the group…and then he clicked the “Like” button. In that moment, Mr. Attallah’s life changed forever.

By the end of May, intolerant Muslims in his village of Al-Mahamid, near Luxor, discovered he had “liked” this page. As one might expect, these Muslims felt personally abused by their neighbor’s sign of utter disrespect for Islam, and they grew steadily more agitated with each passing day. Mr. Attallah realized at this point that he had made a serious error, went back to Facebook, and “unliked” the Facebook group. However, it was too late; the damage was done.

The fanatical Muslims circulated pamphlets to every Muslim in the village, inciting them to vengeance against Mr. Attallah for the gross insult he had committed against Islam…by liking the Facebook page. One leaflet read, “You will not be men if you don’t kick him out of your village.” On the morning of May 29, 2014, an explosive mob of infuriated Muslims came raging to Mr. Attallah’s doorstep. Only the intervention of the police, who, coincidentally, were there to arrest Mr. Attallah for his savage crime against humanity, saved Mr. Attallah from suffering what would have undoubtedly been a horribly brutal fate. He was the only one arrested. Neither the authors of the pamphlets nor any member of the raging mob were arrested.

The Muslims in the village found that having Mr. Attallah in jail did not heal the wounds his horrific act had created in their hearts. They discovered that terrorizing the minority Coptic Christians in the village was much more restorative for them. According to one source, “up until the day before the sentencing, Muslims were intermittently attacking Christian-owned homes and businesses, using the Facebook site as an excuse.” Several Christian-owned shops and businesses were burned to the ground by virulent mobs. All because…someone clicked “like” on a Facebook group.

On June 24th, Kerolos Shouky Attallah was sentenced to six years in prison. He was given three years for violating Article 98F of the Egypt Penal Code, defaming a divinely revealed religion, and three years for violating Article 176, inciting sectarian violence. He joins the ever-growing group of unfortunates around the world who have been unjustly deprived of freedom by the totalitarian, repressive cult of Islam. He joins Asia Bibi, slowly withering away in prison under sentence of death for blasphemy in Pakistan. He joins Gad Yunan, also a Coptic Christian from Egypt, who also received six years on a similarly bogus and trumped up blasphemy charge. He joins countless others across the Islamic world who face cruel and unusual punishments because they had an opinion contrary to that of the Muslim hive-mind. Mr. Attallah is now in prison…and his entire family’s life has been ruined…for clicking “like” on a Facebook page.

This is not some sick and depressing fiction of a warped dystopia, folks. This is reality, and it’s happening NOW, on our planet, to our fellow humans. We cannot and must not countenance this nonsense any longer. It’s time we all started calling these Islamic actions out for what they are. Blasphemy laws are anti-human rights. Blasphemy laws are the outgrowth of an insecure cult that cannot withstand any sort of logical scrutiny or questioning. Blasphemy laws are an attempt by the brainwashed to stamp out anything that might threaten their fragile programming. Everything about blasphemy laws violates any notion we in the west have of what true freedom means. It’s time we, all of us, as a group, stood up for those who have been robbed of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness by sickening blasphemy laws. Only a weak, feeble, and pathetic god (or prophet) would need protection from mocking by puny, mortal humans. And a weak, feeble god can only be a false one.

~Mike S.

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Muslim Accuser of Indian Publisher Jailed For “Hurting Sentiments”…Recommends Genocide For Ahmadi Muslims!

In Hyderabad, India, on Friday January 29th, Bandla Sai Babu, owner and editor of the publishing company Bandla Publications Private Limited, was arrested and charged with hurting the sentiments of Muslims. His publishing company publishes the study guides used by people trying to pass the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) exams. These tests are essentially civil service exams for Telangana State, the federal division of India in which Hyderabad is located. According to his accuser, Sai Babu published a study guide in which the history of Islam was “distorted”. The book also allegedly contained “an imaginary picture of Prophet Mohammed.” Exactly why a study guide for a civil service exam would need to contain a section on Islam and Mohammed remains, at this point, a mystery. I don’t expect to ever see the exact picture of Mohammed, or be able to read the offensive words, either. Basic human rights like being confronted in public with the evidence against you don’t apply to blasphemy cases. Showing the evidence in court is considered the same thing as repeating the blasphemy all over again. One more right lost to Indians under creeping sharia.

His primary accuser is a man named Arshad Ali Qasmi. Mr. Ali Qasmi is the leader of a Muslim group called “Majlise Tahaffuze Khatme Nubuwwat Trust.” Further investigation revealed that the sole purpose of this organization is “the annihilation of these destructive mischief mongers of Qadiyan.” (Screen capture of page is below.) Qadiyani is a derogatory term used in India and Pakistan to refer to Ahmadi Muslims, a sect of Islam that believes that Mohammed was not the final prophet of God. So, to recap: The Muslim accuser, Arshad Ali Qasmi, was offended by a picture and a few words in a book, and yet he heads a group that has as its mission the genocide of Ahmadi Muslims.

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You are a very disturbed person, Arshad Ali Qasmi. How DARE you preach that people need to be exterminated just because they don’t believe the same thing about Mohammed as you do! Talk about hate speech! What the hell is wrong with you? If your god recommends killing ANYONE because of their religious beliefs, then your god is false. It doesn’t get any more straight-up than that. Stop the arrogant nonsense…because a true god would NEVER want to kill Ahmadi Muslims. A true god would also never worry about a few scribblings in a stupid test manual or a picture of a 1400 years-dead pedophile. A true higher spirit would never involve itself in petty human interactions such as that. If your “sentiments” are harmed by that, then maybe you need to grow some thicker skin to shelter your precious sentiments a little better. I also hope that the Ahmadis who live in Telengana State file a FIR against YOU and have YOU thrown in jail for hurting THEIR religious sentiments. I’m sure your public threats to slaughter them all, would be considered a more hurtful thing in a fair and objective court than your little crybaby complaints about a picture and some “offensive” phrases. Get over yourself, Arshad…and get over your false religion while you’re at it.

~Mike S.

Arshad Al Qasmi, who preaches that Ahmadi Muslims must be "exterminated."
Arshad Al Qasmi, who preaches that Ahmadi Muslims must be “exterminated.”

 

Bonus picture of Mohammed to give Arshad Ali Qasmi another thing to get huffy about.
Bonus picture of Mohammed to give Arshad Ali Qasmi another thing to get huffy about.

 

A Letter To Muslim Fox Debate Participant Nabela Noor, Who Appears Ignorant of Inconvenient Islamic Facts!

Nabela Noor, the young Muslim woman who has been invited to ask a question at Thursday’s Fox/Google Republican Debate, appears to be a typical American Muslim in many ways. Her Youtube channel, which brought her to the attention of the people at Fox, consists mostly of “DIY” makeup and beauty tips. She does not wear a headcovering, although her mother does. She married a Christian man from a different background. She gives the impression that she has assimilated well into American culture as a second-generation American. She is a bubbly woman making a life of her own in the only country she has ever really known.

Dear Nabela,
I don’t doubt you when you say in your video that you are a loyal American. I understand that what you perceive as “growing Islamophobia” would bother you and your family. However, you’re ignoring the root cause of the growing fear and suspicion of Muslims. It’s not people like Trump, Cruz, and Carson. It’s not people like Pam Geller, Robert Spencer, or Mark Steyn. It’s the fact that more people are waking up to what the ideology of Islam truly believes, and the negative effect the beliefs of Islam are having on our planet.

How do you feel about the apostasy laws, where people who switch their religion from Islam are given the death penalty? These laws, directly descended from the words of Mohammed, hold sway in 19 Islamic countries. This is not a minority of extremists…it’s the governments of 19 countries! Obviously, killing someone for switching religions is a major violation of a basic human right…the right to believe what you want regarding a higher spirit. I am sure you are the kind of person who does not believe apostasy from Islam is a punishable crime. However, what YOU believe is of little consequence. Islam believes apostasy IS a crime, and freedom-loving, human-rights supporting people all over the world are waking up and soundly rejecting this idea.

What about blasphemy laws, where people are held to account for words or deeds that are seen as “injuring religious sentiments” of a Muslim by somehow insulting the prophet? Islamic blasphemy laws are enforced in 9 countries and parts of Malaysia. They are derived from reliable hadith verses in which Mohammed gave orders that those who mocked him should be killed. Illiterate children have been beaten and jailed because they unknowingly burned parts of an Islamic text in the hopes of being warm for just a little while. Asia Bibi still rots in a Pakistani jail for having the gall to claim that Jesus was better than Mohammed. I’m sure an enlightened person like you rejects the notion that people could be put in jail or even killed for the words that came out of their mouth. But, again, what you believe doesn’t really matter. Mohammed had people killed who mocked him. Blasphemy laws originate from these acts of Mohammed, and are a violation of human rights. Free speech is a cornerstone of American values. All speech, even speech that might be upsetting or unnerving to you, is protected under our Constitution and under the ethos upon which this nation was founded. It has become clear, from events in the past years, that Islam does not believe in free speech, and is quick to take offense if someone points out unwelcome truths in Islamic doctrine. People who love liberty soundly reject the idea that speaking out against ideology that is tyrannical or oppressive should be censored or punished.

You appear to be a free-spirited, independent woman. Can you honestly say you agree with the way Mohammed recommended women be treated in the quran and in hadith? Do you agree with 2:223, where it says that wives are a husband’s “tilth”, or land ready to plow, and the husband can plow his field and sow his seeds any time he likes? Do you agree with the idea that one male witness has the same reliability as two women in Islamic courts? Do you agree with Mohammed’s pronouncement that women get half as much as men when estates are settled? Do you agree with Mohammed when he says that the majority of the residents of Hell are women, and that women have half the intelligence of men? Do you agree with Mohammed when he told his men it was perfectly ok to have sex with the female prisoners they had captured? Do you agree with the Quran where it says that wives may be beaten (lightly) for non-compliance? Do you agree that women should never take a trip without a ‘mahram’, or male relative to watch over them? All of these things are in the Quran and hadith, and, like it or not, they are reflected in many Islamic countries’ versions of Sharia Law. I believe that women are equal to men, and that NO religion has the right to treat women as second class citizens before the law…or anywhere else.

What’s your opinion on the cruel and unusual punishments administered by Islamic countries? Beheading for sorcerers in Saudi Arabia, hanging for gays in Iran, chopping off the hands of thieves in Somalia…all of these punishments come straight from the prophet’s mouth. Does this truth distress you? If it does, I’m sorry. But I feel you need to be fully aware of what you are supporting. You need to think long and deeply about what Islam means to you. Do you REALLY believe all these terrible, anti-human-rights ideas would come from a perfect God and a perfect prophet? And despite what you said in your video, that Islam does not represent violence or terror, there are many, many verses in the Quran that prove you wrong. Try 9:29. Or maybe 8:12—“Remember thy Lord inspired the angels (with the message): “I am with you: give firmness to the Believers: I will instill terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their finger-tips off them.” This sure sounds like a violent message to me! 17 of the 20 most deadly conflicts worldwide in 2015 had Muslims as combatants on one or both sides of the conflict. This does not give the desired image of a “religion of peace,” and gives the lie to your statement about Islam being violence and terror-free.

Instead of becoming a political activist to fight the false concept of “Islamophobia,” you should become a political activist to fight all the oppressive elements of Islam. I don’t know how you deal with the duality in your brain…part of your brain indoctrinated with the message “Perfect God, perfect prophet, final religion” and the other part of your brain having to constantly process the obvious wrongs contained in Islamic theology. You will never get anywhere while your mind is being pulled in two opposing directions. Abandon the falsity of Islam. Trying to defend the indefensible is a loser’s game. No, I’m not saying you should become a Christian. Christianity has its own set of issues. But I know you are intelligent enough to see the utter hypocrisy of it all. Free yourself. Be the independent woman you sometimes feel as if you are inside. You can’t put the “Islamophobia” djinn back in the bottle. Societal resistance will only grow as more people learn the truth. Stand up for true human rights instead of standing up for something that has already shown it would eradicate freedom, if given the power to do so. Free your mind of the duality. Acknowledge what you know in your heart to be true. Help the oppressed. Make a TRUE and meaningful stand for human rights…a stand against Islam. THAT would be the genuinely logical thing to do here. Thanks for listening.

Sincerely,

Michael X Shapson

Eighty-two Democrats in the House of Representatives Co-sponsor Cowardly, Anti-Free-Speech Resolution!

On December 17. 2015, eighty-two members of the House of Representatives co-sponsored a resolution entitled “House Resolution 569 – Condemning violence, bigotry, and hateful rhetoric towards Muslims in the United States.” The full text, and the list of the 82 House Members that signed on to this atrocity, are given below. Is YOUR Congressman/woman on the list?

“IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
December 17, 2015

Mr. Beyer (for himself, Mr. Honda, Mr. Ellison, Mr. Crowley, Mr. Carson of Indiana, Ms. Norton, Ms. McCollum, Ms. Kaptur, Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York, Mr. Kildee, Ms. Loretta Sanchez of California, Mr. Rangel, Mr. Peters, Mr. Ashford, Mr. Grayson, Mr. Takai, Mr. Higgins, Mr. Keating, Mr. Grijalva, Ms. Wasserman Schultz, Mr. Butterfield, Mr. Connolly, Mr. Gallego, Mrs. Bustos, Mr. Delaney, Ms. Castor of Florida, Mr. Gutiérrez, Mr. Quigley, Ms. Esty, Mr. Kennedy, Ms. Kelly of Illinois, Ms. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, Mr. Meeks, Ms. Meng, Mr. Al Green of Texas, Ms. Clark of Massachusetts, Mr. Schiff, Mr. Hastings, Mr. Farr, Mr. Pallone, Mr. McDermott, Ms. Lee, Ms. Edwards, Mr. Brady of Pennsylvania, Ms. Wilson of Florida, Mr. Michael F. Doyle of Pennsylvania, Mr. Sires, Ms. DelBene, Ms. Judy Chu of California, Mr. Polis, Mr. Loebsack, Mr. Pascrell, Mrs. Dingell, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. Cohen, Mr. Hinojosa, Mr. Yarmuth, Ms. Tsongas, Mr. Langevin, Mr. Pocan, Mr. Conyers, Mr. Takano, Mr. Ryan of Ohio, Mr. Serrano, Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Mr. Tonko, Ms. Lofgren, Mr. Van Hollen, Mrs. Capps, Mr. Price of North Carolina, Ms. Matsui, Ms. Moore, and Mr. Heck of Washington) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

RESOLUTION

Condemning violence, bigotry, and hateful rhetoric towards Muslims in the United States.

Whereas the victims of anti-Muslim hate crimes and rhetoric have faced physical, verbal, and emotional abuse because they were Muslim or believed to be Muslim;

Whereas the constitutional right to freedom of religious practice is a cherished United States value and violence or hate speech towards any United States community based on faith is in contravention of the Nation’s founding principles;

Whereas there are millions of Muslims in the United States, a community made up of many diverse beliefs and cultures, and both immigrants and native-born citizens;

Whereas this Muslim community is recognized as having made innumerable contributions to the cultural and economic fabric and well-being of United States society;

Whereas hateful and intolerant acts against Muslims are contrary to the United States values of acceptance, welcoming, and fellowship with those of all faiths, beliefs, and cultures;

Whereas these acts affect not only the individual victims but also their families, communities, and the entire group whose faith or beliefs were the motivation for the act;

Whereas Muslim women who wear hijabs, headscarves, or other religious articles of clothing have been disproportionately targeted because of their religious clothing, articles, or observances; and

Whereas the rise of hateful and anti-Muslim speech, violence, and cultural ignorance plays into the false narrative spread by terrorist groups of Western hatred of Islam, and can encourage certain individuals to react in extreme and violent ways: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That the House of Representatives—

(1) expresses its condolences for the victims of anti-Muslim hate crimes;

(2) steadfastly confirms its dedication to the rights and dignity of all its citizens of all faiths, beliefs, and cultures;

(3) denounces in the strongest terms the increase of hate speech, intimidation, violence, vandalism, arson, and other hate crimes targeted against mosques, Muslims, or those perceived to be Muslim;

(4) recognizes that the United States Muslim community has made countless positive contributions to United States society;

(5) declares that the civil rights and civil liberties of all United States citizens, including Muslims in the United States, should be protected and preserved;

(6) urges local and Federal law enforcement authorities to work to prevent hate crimes; and to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law those perpetrators of hate crimes; and

(7) reaffirms the inalienable right of every citizen to live without fear and intimidation, and to practice their freedom of faith.”

There you have it. Almost 20% of the House of Representatives wasted government time and money perpetuating the false narrative of “religion of peace” and Muslim victimhood. Where’s the Resolution condemning the concepts in Islam that motivated the San Bernardino killers? Where’s the Resolution condemning the senseless savagery and human rights violations inherent in blasphemy laws? Where’s the Resolution condemning the cruel and unusual punishment going on in Islamic countries around the world, especially Saudi Arabia? But no, they’ve got to get this out there instead.

The part of this Resolution that troubles me the most is the last “Whereas” before the things they “Resolve”: “Whereas the rise of hateful and anti-Muslim speech, violence, and cultural ignorance plays into the false narrative spread by terrorist groups of Western hatred of Islam, and can encourage certain individuals to react in extreme and violent ways.”

Two things are wrong with this statement. The first is the idea of a “false narrative spread by terrorist groups of Western hatred of Islam…” It’s not a false narrative at all. The idea that it is a false narrative is due to the rampant cowardice running through our government regarding confronting the issues of Islam. Western ethics and values can only be implacably opposed to those of Islam. Islam believes apostates and blasphemers should die, that women and minority religions are second class citizens, that homosexuals should be shunned or destroyed, and that non-muslims have fewer rights in the justice system than Muslims. Western Civilization rejects these obvious human rights violations, but for some reason, we have lost our courage to speak out against these wrongs. We need to find our courage once more, and admit that Western ideas of civil and human rights and Islam’s ideas of civil and human rights are, indeed, at war with each other.

The second issue I have with this statement is the last clause, where it says hateful and anti-Muslim speech “can encourage certain individuals to react in extreme and violent ways.” Who, exactly, are the “certain individuals” being referred to here? Are they talking about people incited to commit hate crimes against Muslims…or are they talking about the exceedingly thin-skinned and easily provoked Muslims themselves as the ones who might “react in extreme and violent ways”? The resolution doesn’t make that clear…and it really doesn’t matter either way. The idea that the person who uttered harmless words is responsible for a deed done by another is completely illogical. People are expected to be in control of their own actions and their own choices. Words don’t hurt. It’s the things people hear in them that hurt. Like, for example, the truth. Who decides what “hateful and anti-Muslim” speech is? In some European countries, hate speech can consist simply of reading unflattering parts of Islamic hadiths. By using these words, we are admitting that we are afraid to confront violence and repression in the name of defending freedom of expression. We are caving to a threat of future terror and brutality, and sacrificing the truth and honest discourse. This article by Judith Bergman for the Gatestone Institute is another excellent discussion of this treasonous resolution, including Hillary Clinton’s efforts as Secretary of State to limit free speech.

People need to make a statement about the inappropriateness of this resolution. It is a blatant attack on free speech. It says at the end of the list of willfully blind Representatives that the Resolution was referred to the House Judiciary Committee. Here is a link to the Committee. You can click on each member Congressman’s name on this page. This takes you to their individual web page, where you can contact them to let them know exactly what you think about this resolution. Take action! More people need to start speaking up against the lies and cowardice! Help defend free speech…before this right is lost to us altogether!

~Mike S.