SIOA supporter Nancy wrote me the back story of this very disturbing account:
"A friend of mine ..... has a bumper sticker that says "Freedom Yes! Sharia Law, No!"... He and his wife are each former military and are attending college on the GI bill. They have a large Somali population in their area, probably because of the RRP program (below). A week ago when he was walking to his car in the school parking lot he was assaulted by a man but was able to fight him off and get away. Two days ago, he was once again walking to his car in the school parking lot and a knife wielding assailant stabbed him in the chest. The information is below:
Subject: Here's the info from my friend about the Muslim Brotherhood and Washington...
Auburn, Washington is a town of about 40,000 people, which follows the design of the State Department RRP (Refugee Resettlement Program) to settle Muslims in small towns like Richardson, Texas, Shelbyville, Tennessee, Grand Island, Nebraska, Lewiston, Maine, etc., to facilitate the infiltration and Islamization across the U.S. (This strategy is proposed in "The Project," the Muslim Brotherhood plan to take over the West through cultural invasion and eventual conquest written in 1982 (28 years ago!) and discovered by Swiss intelligence after 9/11). The strategy is perfect as small town people tend to be more welcoming, less suspicious and less informed than people in more populous metropolitan centers. Also small towns can serve as the millets of days past (the millet system of the Ottoman Empire) - no-go zones with gradual outward spokes to command more territory (this is the Hijra).
And here's the info that was in the newspaper:
Notice how it was reported - as a continuing confrontation between two people. No mention of Islam or the bumper sticker here. J.
Man stabbed at Green River Community College
POSTED BY STACIA GLENN ON NOVEMBER 8, 2010
Auburn police are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed a student on the Green River Community College campus this afternoon.
The incident occurred at 2:25 p.m. in the parking lot behind the Lindbloom Student Center. The 33-year-old victim was taken to a hospital with a puncture wound to his chest.
“There may have been a confrontation between these two a week ago and they ran into each other again today,” said police Sgt. Dave Colglazier.