Media Cow

Dancing in the Streets

Again the media is having a cow. It seems that Donald Trump recollects Muslims dancing in New Jersey on 9/11 when the Twin Towers collapsed.

The media does not dispute that Muslims danced in the streets of the West Bank when the Towers collapsed. They just dispute that Muslims in New Jersey danced. What is the difference?

The only difference is the numbers.

In New Jersey, there are only 3 percent Muslims. In the West Bank, there are 80 percent Muslims.

That’s it. It’s that simple.

Throughout history, Muslims bide their time. They wait until they outnumber the non-Muslims. Then, when they do, they expose their hatred of the infidels. Then, they establish their Government of sharia law.

The First Amendment to the Constitution puts limits on Government. It cannot establish a religion. Unfortunately it does not put a limit on religions. A religion should not be able to establish a government. That is exactly what Islam wants to do, establish sharia law, its own Government.

Is sharia law consistent with the Constitution? Only if you think that the Constitution allows female genital mutilation, cutting off arms and legs for theft, and honor killings of daughters who date an infidel, for example.

Do all Muslims want sharia law? When in the minority, a majority of Muslims agree with sharia law, but do not actively demand it. They wait until they are a majority, and then they dance.

By the way, there were reports of Muslims dancing on majority controlled rooftops in New Jersey when the Towers fell. A supposed effort to find witnesses to testify as to that occurrence collapsed too. Check up the use of "taqiyah" by Muslims. See HERE. Do you recall, on that day, channel surfing to get the news? Cut into the West Bank video after the intro and it could easily be New Jersey. There were videos of New Jersey throughout the day.

One other word that you should understand is “hijra.” See HERE. Then you will understand the European "refujihadi."

To get back to Donald’s recollection of that day fourteen years ago, on 9/11, there were Muslims dancing on television because the Twin Towers were collapsing. Does it really make any difference if it was on the West Bank in Israel or on the New Jersey bank West of New York? How does that relate to Hillary Clinton’s recent statement:

"Let’s be clear: Islam is not our adversary. Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism." — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 19, 2015 See HERE.

Whose view of history is more distorted?

Un-Nonsense

The First Amendment to the Constitution puts limits on Government. It cannot establish a religion. Unfortunately it does not put a limit on religions. A religion should not be able to establish a government.