Police Unit That Spied on Muslims Is Disbanded

MUSLIMweb2-articleLargeFrom the NYTimes.com:

En vacanza, de los Pacificos

20131027_170608-AAs I write this, it is Monday afternoon.  I can hear the waves crashing from the Pacific Ocean.  This is a far different sound than what I heard on Sunday morning when I was loading the car for the trip.

My wife lives in what I term Ghetto Centrale in Elk Grove (Elk Grove: otherwise known as Baja Mack Road) in a house that isn’t worth the cost of a box of Junior Mints — okay, granted, a large box of Junior Mints.

It is surrounded by rental homes and thump trucks and thump cars and gangstas and those on probation and parole.  The emaciated black dude four houses down slings dope at night.  His toothless ancient white pot-bellied girlfriend scuffs her shoes past the house once a day, picking things off the street.  The people sit on the front steps or in their garages, watching those who drive or walk down the street.  It’s like being under a microscope; because no one works, everyone knows when you come and go.

Then, this Sunday, I awakened to a noise I heard from inside the house.  It sounded like something over a distant megaphone.  Was it — what we normally hear at night over a loudspeaker — the sheriff’s helo telling people to stay in their houses?

I went outside to listen and confirm: no, it wasn’t.

It was instead a Muslim call to prayer.

I could hear the speaker, at great volume, but a distance away, announce the words in a single male trilling voice, dissonant but discernible as same.

I thought: that’s it.  We’re leaving.  RTFN.

And we did.


More to come, from the Pacific coast.


Grayson’s comparison: the TEA Party to the KKK and cross burnings

TEA Party Grayson Cross BurningAlan Mark Grayson, the United States Representative for Florida’s 9th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party, is quite a hateful man.

The 55-year-old Grayson, whose wife is named Lolita (apparently a tribute to Nabokov, if you can manage to paste that image into your wheelhouse), has made it clear that the TEA Party equates to the KKK and cross burnings.

From the OrlandoSentinel.com:

Grayson compares Tea Party to KKK

October 22, 2013

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson is ruffling feathers again — this time with a fundraising appeal that compares the tea-party movement to the Ku Klux Klan.

In a campaign email sent Monday, the Orlando Democrat includes the transcript of an interview he did recently on MSNBC in which Grayson said that the politics of the government shutdown had turned many Americans away from the tea party.


“At this point, the tea party is no more popular than the Klan,” Grayson said.

The email then takes that comparison one step further by including a photograph of a burning cross with Klansmen in the background. The cross then becomes the “T” in the words “Tea Party” transposed over the picture. Below is the caption: “Now you know what the ‘T’ stands for.”

And the understanding and smoothing and licking and grooming of the Leftists goes on and on and on.

Because there is no greater an inclusive group than Leftists nationwide.




The new al-Jazeera network available in the US:

Al Jazeera NetworkIt’s a lie, at least on Dish Network, because it portrays itself, still to this day, as CURNT on channel 215.

And not as the Islamist al Jazeera Network.  Its network website is here.

The Dish Network LIES.  And I believe I am being quite kind.

They do not portray al Jazeera as its true status and with an insight to its history.

The point of the al Jazeera network is to, first, normalize its presence.  This will take years.

But, trust me, Islam thinks in terms of not just months or years, but decades.

First, al Jazeera will attempt to become known as simply “another news source.”

Then it will attempt to be known as the news source.

Then it will introduce the norming of Islamism.

You just wait.