Wednesday, June 22, 2011

This Is What The Muslims Want For The World: Sharia Law

Hizb ut-Tahrir, which stands for the “Party of Liberation” in English, is an international political organization that seeks one, unified Muslim state that is dominated by Muslim Sharia law. This group stands firmly planted against the United States, accusing us of colonization, among other offenses. In addition to that, the group would like to see Israel, which it deems “illegal,” be dismantled. Below,is a graphic that the group is using to promote the conference:
Below, is the conference’s “trailer”. In it, you’ll notice the that the group targets Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama, among others, for assisting in “colonialism” and “oppression.” Also, look out for the words, “An Islamic call spanning the globe.” Watch below:

To the lunatic left I'm the one spreading the hate by pointing out what radical Islam has planned for us and Israel. But the lunatic left also don't see what the Muslims are doing all around the world. They don't understand the words of the Qua ran, even when it's in English.
Maybe the lunatic left should look at what Sharia law would do to them and their ilk if the do take over America with Sharia law. I know that liberals hate the US Constitution just like the Muslims do. I know that radical Muslims and the lunatic left have a lot in common. But if I was a lunatic liberal I'd want to know a little more about who I was getting into bed with. But you can expect too much from a group that is mentally ill and out of touch with reality.

What are your thoughts on the progress that radical Islam has made over the past decade? Do you think there will be Sharia law in the EU? Will it come to America? Will Islam do what the the Qua ran says and destroy Israel and kill all the "infidels" around the world?

This is from the web site If you want to see what the Muslims have planned just look it up. Take a look at what the Muslims are planning to do in Indonesia.
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  1. Where is Crazy JoeyC? I love it when bullies run scared!

  2. I think the moonbat left understands the quaran but only the parts it wishes too.

    What they do not understand that moslems do about the quaran is abrogation, i.e; all the "religion of peace" is null and void and superseded by slavery, murder, racism, rape, genital mutilation and worldwide subjugation.

  3. Steve,
    I'm scared. Of what? What did i miss? Take a few days off to go away with your kids and Steve starts thinking he runs the show. LOL.

    Two days with little internet don't make anyone scared.

    CP, that's what i feel about the batshit right, they only understand part of the bible, the parts they want to.

  4. Crazy Joe, what's your beef with Christians and the Bible? Why can't you see what these moslems are doing all around the planet?

  5. Joe,,,What you seem to misunderstand about my comment (most likely you choose to) is the word abrogation (look it up).

    Now before you go-off with your version of Christianity you will note that it, abrogation, does not exist in Christianity.

    Now again before you speak (type) you must understand that Christianity does not abrogate Judaism but is rather the fulfillment or in simple terms you can understand, an extension of it whether or not one accepts Jesus Christ.

    Now I only stated that due to your bringing in Christianity which by the by has nothing, repeat nothing to do with the subject that Chris brings to our attention, justifiably so, in his post.

    Take as many or little days off from the net but your obfuscation is obvious as you cannot deny nor argue against what has been presented here.

  6. Lets keep it simple....

    They are not happy in Gaza.
    They are not happy in the West Bank.
    They are not happy in Jerusalem.
    They are not happy in Israel.
    They are not happy in Egypt.
    They are not happy in Libya.
    They are not happy in Algeria.
    They are not happy in Tunis.
    They are not happy in Morocco.
    They are not happy in Yemen.
    They are not happy in Iraq.
    They are not happy in Afghanistan.
    They are not happy in Pakistan.
    They are not happy in Syria.
    They are not happy in in Lebanon.
    They are not happy in Sudan.
    They are not happy in Jordan.
    They are not happy in Iran.
    They are not happy in the Chechnya.
    And where the Arabs are happy?
    They are happy in England.
    They are happy in France.
    They are happy in Italy.
    They are happy in Germany.
    They are happy in Sweden.
    They are happy in the Netherlands.
    They are happy in Switzerland
    They are happy in Norway.
    They are happy in the U.S.
    They are happy in Canada
    They are happy in Hungary.
    They are happy in any other country in the world which is not ruled by Muslims.
    And who do they blame?
    Not Islam.
    Not the leadership.
    Not themselves.
    But the very countries they are happy to live in!

    They are a lot like Carzy Joey wouldn't you say?

  7. Mornings at the Pentagon
    McClatchy Newspapers

    Over the last 12 months, 1,042 soldiers, Marines, sailors and Air Force personnel have given their lives in the terrible duty that is war.
    Thousands more have come home on stretchers, horribly wounded and facing months or years in military hospitals.

    This week, I'm turning my space over to a good friend and former roommate, Army Lt. Col. Robert Bateman, who recently completed a yearlong tour of duty and is now back at the Pentagon.

    Here's Lt. Col. Bateman's account of a little-known ceremony that fills the halls of the Army corridor of the Pentagon with cheers, applause and many tears every Friday morning. It first appeared on May 17 on the Weblog of media critic and pundit Eric Alterman at the Media Matters for America Website.

    "It is 110 yards from the "E" ring to the "A" ring of the Pentagon. This section of the Pentagon is newly renovated; the floors shine, the hallway is broad, and the lighting is bright. At this instant the entire length of the corridor is packed with officers, a few sergeants and some civilians, all crammed tightly three and four deep against the walls. There are thousands here.

    "This hallway, more than any other, is the `Army' hallway. The G3 offices line one side, G2 the other, G8 is around the corner. All Army. Moderate conversations flow in a low buzz. Friends who may not have seen each other for a few weeks, or a few years, spot each other, cross the way and renew.

    "Everyone shifts to ensure an open path remains down the center. The air conditioning system was not designed for this press of bodies in this area.

    "The temperature is rising already. Nobody cares. "10:36 hours: The clapping starts at the E-Ring. That is the outermost of the five rings of the Pentagon and it is closest to the entrance to the building. This clapping is low, sustained, and hearty. It is applause with a deep emotion behind it as it moves forward in a wave down the length of the hallway.

    "A steady rolling wave of sound it is, moving at the pace of the soldier in the wheelchair who marks the forward edge with his presence. He is the first. He is missing the greater part of one leg, and some of his wounds are still suppurating. By his age I expect that he is a private, or perhaps a private first class.

    "Captains, majors, lieutenant colonels and colonels meet his gaze and nod as they applaud, soldier to soldier. Three years ago when I described one of these events, those lining the hallways were somewhat different. The applause a little wilder, perhaps in private guilt for not having shared in the burden ... Yet.

  8. "Now almost everyone lining the hallway is, like the man in the wheelchair, also a combat veteran. This steadies the applause, but I think deepens the sentiment. We have all been there now. The soldier's chair is pushed by, I believe, a full colonel.

    "Behind him, and stretching the length from Rings E to A, come more of his peers, each private, corporal, or sergeant assisted as need be by a field grade officer.

    "11:00 hours: Twenty-four minutes of steady applause. My hands hurt, and I laugh to myself at how stupid that sounds in my own head. My hands hurt. Please! Shut up and clap. For twenty-four minutes, soldier after soldier has come down this hallway - 20, 25, 30.. Fifty-three legs come with them, and perhaps only 52 hands or arms, but down this hall came 30 solid hearts.

    "They pass down this corridor of officers and applause, and then meet for a private lunch, at which they are the guests of honor, hosted by the generals. Some are wheeled along. Some insist upon getting out of their chairs, to march as best they can with their chin held up, down this hallway, through this most unique audience. Some are catching handshakes and smiling like a politician at a Fourth of July parade. More than a couple of them seem amazed and are smiling shyly.

    "There are families with them as well: the 18-year-old war-bride pushing her 19-year-old husband's wheelchair and not quite understanding why her husband is so affected by this, the boy she grew up with, now a man, who had never shed a tear is crying; the older immigrant Latino parents who have, perhaps more than their wounded mid-20s son, an appreciation for the emotion given on their son's behalf. No man in that hallway, walking or clapping, is ashamed by the silent tears on more than a few cheeks. An Airborne Ranger wipes his eyes only to better see. A couple of the officers in this crowd have themselves been a part of this parade in the past.

    "These are our men, broken in body they may be, but they are our brothers, and we welcome them home. This parade has gone on, every single Friday, all year long, for more than four years.

  9. I was not aware of this practice until now. I am pleased that it happens, and am astounded that it does happen, given the political situation that exists in our government today.
    It really breaks my heart to know that we didn't know this goes on every Friday, well at least I didn't know.
    Instead, I guess the media feels it's more important to report on Hollywood stars as heroes.
    I hope this article gives you a sense of pride for what our men and women are doing for us, every day, as they serve in the armed forces here and abroad


  10. Obama to Israel: "Forfeit your land in 30 days, or else."

    Haaretz newspaper in Israel reports President Obama has privately given a 30-day ultimatum to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to either forfeit their land and revert to Obama's 1967 border plan, or face punishment by the United Nations. A U.N. vote to recognize Palestine (and seize Israeli land) is scheduled for September, which could be vetoed by the United States, but Obama's recent actions cast doubt upon whether the U.S. will veto any U.N. land-grab.

    "An Israeli source who spoke recently with senior officials in Washington said the Americans were very frustrated with Netanyahu's behavior, feeling that he was impeding America's efforts to keep the Palestinians from unilaterally seeking UN recognition of a state in September," reported Haaretz. "Netanyahu's personal envoy, Isaac Molho, spent last week in Washington...The Americans told Molho that to block European initiatives...they must have something concrete to offer, like Netanyahu's agreement to negotiate on the basis of Obama's speech." [So if Netanyahu doesn't comply, America won't block European initiatives.]

    In other words, Obama issued an implied threat to destroy Israel, by endorsing the U.N. plan to seize her land, unless Netanyahu commits national suicide by returning to the 1967 borders (just nine miles wide in spots) which are militarily indefensible.

    "We're about to crash into the wall. We're galloping at full speed toward a situation where Israel will cease to exist as a Jewish state," said Israeli President Shimon Perez. "Whoever accepts the basic principle of the 1967 lines will receive international support from the world," Peres said. "Whoever rejects it will lose the world." Perez is liberal, and encourages Netanyahu to sell Israeli land for peace.

    Netanyahu voiced his "vehement objection to starting peace talks on the basis of the 1967 lines, which he called 'indefensible' in both the Knesset and the U.S. Congress," said Haaretz. Netanyahu is conservative, but without American help he stands alone in trying to preserve, not only Israel's current borders, but their right to exist.

    Bottom line: Without the USA's veto of the U.N. plan, Israel will soon cease to exist as a nation. Both Perez and Netanyahu agree Israel will soon cease to exist, but one says "compromise" and the other says "no compromise." We must demand Congress defend Israel, since Obama won't.

  11. CP, Says you. I disagree. Still.

  12. Steve said...
    Lets keep it simple....

    Because your f'ing stupid!!

    So once again Stupid Steve oversimplifies things to the point of being beyond just normally stupid and enters into the realm of really F'ing stupid

  13. Notice how Chris and his groupies hop on this post and ignore the last one where Chris's blaming of slavery on Islam gets shot down by the truth of radical Christians doing the same as Muslims?

    Lol. You guys are so transparent and easily beaten.

  14. CP
    Reading your post again I still disagree. Thanks for playing.

  15. Joe,

    Thanks for proving my point. You admit to reading it twice (as I knew you would have to) and yet all you can say is you disagree.

    For the record so those who might not want to scroll I stated in my comment conclusion too you:

    "Take as many or little days off from the net but your obfuscation is obvious as you cannot deny nor argue against what has been presented here"

    After that you offer "I disagree"? That is not an argument nor denial, just playground kiddie stuff.

    Apparently facts are unpleasant to you as you cannot face them as is the case of the entire left which is both sad and good at the same time oddly enough.

    I will leave it too you and others as to why I know that dichotomy exists.

    p.s., Thank you for playing as well but I offer a hint; It is not wise to show your cards.

  16. Joe keeping slaves is a part of Islam. It isn't a sin like it is in Christianity. That is the difference Joe. You just don't get it do you Joe? And you call Steve "stupid"? He made it as simple as he could and yet you still don't understand or give a good rebutle. You also didn't say much about C-P putting you to sleep. And you think you are so smart. Why don't you prove it once and a while. Just because you say you are smart doesn't make it true. Just look at your sophmoric replies to every comment. They are just attacks and backlashes. It proves that you lost this and every debate. Joe, do you wear a helmet when you post comments? Maybe you

  17. CP,
    I went back to it just to give your theory the time its due. Your usually a thoughtful person and i didn't want to dismiss it out of hand. In truth i had never heard of what you suggested in criticism of Islam so i wanted to make sure i checked it out from more than one angle.

    But i still disagree. I'm not criticizing your feelings, i just don't subscribe to them. simple enough.

  18. Joe,

    I myself was not referring to "feelings" but rather fact as I pointed out already, which of course you remain oblivious to.

    This is the very problem of liberals basing all thinking on "feelings". When one does that it obscures reality.

    You may ask if conservatives such as myself have feelings and the answer would be of course yes, but the difference between us is that I do not act on them but rather defer to fact or shall we say reality.

    It would be wise for you to do the same.

  19. CP,
    Your referring to opinion, which is close enough to feelings and/or belief(ves). What you said is not fact, and you offered no evidence to support it.

    Why do we have to constantly go through this? Your hypothesis are not facts, they are only your educated guesses unless you adopted another persons views, then they are there's and yours.

    I am of the view that the aborgation argument is nothing more than a fallacy that many conservatives would like to convince us the other two main religions don't have, but they are wrong.

  20. Joe,

    I call your attention to the following if you care to actually read fact from one who knows better than both of us on islam.

    I once again remind you I do indeed defer to fact for which to base my opinion which is not a "feeling".

    Finding that link above took maybe 5 seconds, give it a shot sometime.


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