UPDATE: I want to thank all of you: hundreds and hundreds of emails and phone calls were made to the Hyatt cowards (owned by Obama chief fundraiser, Penny Pritzker). You made a difference. They will think twice before they pull this anti-American sharia stunt again. G-d bless you. This is exactly the kind of actions I describe in my book, Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.
The craven quislings at the Hyatt Sugar Land have made news across the pond. Yes, the story is hitting Fleet Street. The Daily Mail in the UK has covered the cancellation of Sugarland Tea party event where I was scheduled to speak last night (scroll below).
You'll note the media's obsession with calling me anti-islam or anti-Muslim, when I am counter-jihad and have always described my work as such. They cannot bring themselves to use this term. Why can't they bring themselves to say it? Are they pro-jihad? The media goes out of its way to whitewash the horrors of the sharia while painting anyone who exposes it as the problem. Perhaps because they know that they have nothing to fear from us and everything to fear from jihadists.
Also, it is interesting to note in these various news reports how the Hyatt gives a different explanation to various media outlets for the reason behind the cancellation. It's entertaining to watch these worms squirm. lml.
Farha Ahmed was the lawyer for the chemical weapons jihadist Lady Al Qaeda. She was leading the anti-Geller protest of stragglers outside. Ahmed is trying to infiltrate the Republican party by running for office. Ahmed ran for Sugar Land City Council District 4, but was defeated, thanks to great Americans who alerted Texans to the subversive politician in their midst. Ahmed lied about her involvement in the Lady Al Qaeda case. Despite the craven quisling government officials like the DA, who wrote glowing letters to their constituents endorsing the stealth jihadist candidate Ahmed, and the fact that her terror-tied alliances were scrubbed from the web, she was defeated. But remember, the enemy never sleeps and never quits. So she will be back. She protested free speech under the sign, "Republicans Hate Bigotry," but wouldn't let anyone photograph her with the sign. Stealth, baby, stealth.
As for the event, it was overwhelming to join hundreds of proud patriots seeking education and strategy in defense of our cherished freedoms. Because of the nontroversy sparked by Islamic supremacists and their useful idiots on the left, there was a large police presence there. I was profoundly moved when, after I spoke, every police officer wanted a copy of my book (signed) and thanked me profusely for the work I was doing. How incredible that was. So many know so little -- this is the priority. The last thing the enemy wants is an informed public. That is the key.
A hotel in Texas cancelled a Tea Party event that was going to be held in their conference room because it didn't approve of the group's keynote speaker.
Pamela Geller, a political activist and blogger, was schedule to headline the event and caused hotel representatives to deny the group use of their space.
Officially, the Hyatt Place Houston Sugar Land hotel cancelled the event citing 'changing security needs' after they learned that Ms Geller would be speaking.Controversial: Pamela Geller is big in Tea Party circles due to her extreme right-wing ideology which targets Islam as a threat to America
This is not the first time that Ms Geller has ruffled feathers: the staunch conservative has written extensively against Islam and regularly attacks the religion because she deems it 'the radical most radical and extreme ideology on the face of the earth'.
'I'm not bashing Muslims. I'm not bashing people. I love people, It's why I do what I do,' Ms Geller said.
In spite of that, the event was forced to move to the Sugar Land Community Center, where it was held Tuesday night
'I think it's reprehensible, the restriction of free speech, because that's what we're talking about,' Ms Geller said.
While event attendees were boycotting the Hyatt, a few dozen residents of Sugar Land, Texas, which is right outside of Houston, boycotted the event, calling it 'hate speech'.
Target: Geller claims she does not hate Muslims, but she does think Islam is 'the radical most radical and extreme ideology on the face of the earth'
Ms Geller took to her blog, Atlas Shrugs, to critize the Hyatt organizers, who released a statement saying the hotel 'respects the various opinions expressed by our guests and visitors. In this particular situation, the changing security needs required for the safety of our guests and others on the hotel property and to avoid business disruption prompted us to ask the organizers to move it to an alternate location.'
On her blog, Ms Geller called Hyatt representatives cowards who 'prostrated themselves, wet their pants and cancelled tonight's event'.
Though she has been a star in Tea Party circles for some time, Ms Gellar [sic] gained a national audience in the fall of 2010 when she spearheaded the movement against the construction of the so-called 'Ground Zero Mosque' near the World Trade Center site in lower Manhattan.Read the rest
About three dozens protestors demosntrated outside a Sugar Land Tea Party event Tuesday evening.
The focus of their objection is controversial blogger and political activist Pam Geller. She is best known for her criticism of Islam and leading the opposition to the mosque near Ground Zero. Some of her writing was cited in the manifesto written by the man who went on a shooting rampage in Norway this summer.
Geller says she's not anti-Islam but rather against what she calls the Islamization of the United States and restrictions on freedoms.
The protestors say Geller's anti-Muslim crusade is hurting people and that they are standing in support of diversity.
This event was originally going to be held at the Hyatt in Sugar Land. The Tea Party asked to use a room there free of charge and the request was granted. The hotel's manager says on Sunday he found out about the protests planned against the event and was concerned about the disturbance that would create for paying customers. He then asked the Sugar Land Tea Party to move its event to another location.
The manager says the decision was a business one, not one of politics, and that he helped the organization find a new location.
So why didn't the Hyatt cancel Ahmadinejad? There were protests against that genocidal monster when he stays at the Hyatt in NY. Liars.
Remember this protest at the Hyatt?
Father Keith Roderick (right). The Hyatt is behind him.
There's Pamela Geller fighting evil doers and annihilationists.
We protested the Hyatt, why didn't they cancel Ahmadinejad?