The Islamic supremacists and their left-wing shills are getting nervous that good people are beginning to stand up, get up, stand for their lives. The recent counter jihad actions, i.e., fighting the Muslim Brotherhood in Staten Island, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and the mega mosque at Ground Zero are just the beginning.
And so we get another insulting piece about the counter-jihad force over at the Washington Post. They refuse to engage in the most basic journalistic standards. Get a statement from me or anyone else they cover. But no, their dhimmitude and capitulation to islamic supremacists is painful -- look at their most obvious headline:
How influential will anti-Muslim groups become? Washington Post
We are not anti-Muslim. But they must say this to discredit us, so afraid are they of reason and logic. We are anti-Islamic supremacism. We believe all men are created equal, no special rights for special classes. We are counter-jihad.
What is the future of the anti-Muslim movement in the United States?
For years there has been a small but passionate group of people concerned with the influence of Islam, and their activism seemed to be largely focused on blogging and lobbying political conservatives. But their presence -- and the arguments they raise -- seem to be coming into the broader sphere of late.
Translation? They managed to keep the counter-jihad movement contained and marginalized for years but now folks are waking up so they have to nip this sucker in the bud.
Needless to say, this has prompted a roar from Atlas Shrugs supporters who see political bias.
Commentators across the spectrum, from the libertarian Becket Fund to the progressive Media Matters are asking: Where is this anti-Muslim movement going? How significantly will it steer the debate in this country about religious freedom and bias?
Towards freedom we hope, clowns. Sharia (Islamic) law is radically intolerant and anti-freedom. The bias in sharia is against non-Muslims, not equal rights for all.
UPDATE: I left this comment on this propagandist swill:
I am not anti-Muslim.
I love Muslims. I am pro-freedom and anti-islamic supremacism.
Stop the slander and defamation. It's an incitement to violence.
Do it again and I am going to sue you.
Yours in liberty,