Have I Offended any Muslims, not to worry Eric Holder is going to Protect you from us Christians


Well I may as well write about it while I can, who knows perhaps next week they could put me in jail for writing this.  I know Hussein Obama II and Eric Holder would like to today, I know because they have said so.  This post is about freedom of speech, the ability to speak your mind withour fear of being prosecuted.  I am not talking about making a threat on someone’s life or instigating violence, just hurting someone’s feelings.

To say something that someone finds offensive, to make someone feel uncomfortable because of what one says.  To me this is very simple, people do not have a Constitutional, Civil or Human Right not to be offended, it’s that dam simple.  Yet the Attorney General of the United States of America in charge of the Department of Justice wants to do that very thing, Eric Holder is his name.  He has been in the news a lot, pretty much in the middle of every scandal going on since Fast and Furious, no not prosecuting or defending, he is the subject of the investigation.  Well that says a lot for our AG, he seems to spend more time defending himself than prosecuting criminals.  And he has said that if he needs to ignore the Constitution, the Supreme Law of the Land that is just too bad, he is above the Judicial.  He said this very thing this week concerning the NSA congressional inquiry.

Eric wants to say that being offended is a civil rights crime.  That if someone says or does something we find offensive they should go to jail.  Well it all adds up of course, they have been conditioning our kids in school all about this.  They cannot say anything offensive or perhaps scary,  or wear anything that may hurt someone’s feelings.  I read a lot of school stuff and you would not believe the stupid bull shit going on in schools today, a kid wears a t-shirt with an American flag on it on May 5th to school and they make him turn it inside out or go home because he may offend a kid of Mexican decent.  A little 6 year old boy points his finger at his friend playing good guy and bad guy and goes “bang” and he gets expelled and his parents get a visit from Child Services.  A little boy has a toy gun 1” ling, the kind toy soldiers hold, you have to get real close to see what it even is, and the bus driver kicks him off the bus because he says all the kids were terrified.  This is for real, it happened last week.

Have you been conditioned yet?  Do you think I should go to jail if I say “I do not like Muslims”?  Should I go to jail if I say “I hate Islam”?  Does a Muslim have a Civil Right not to be offended by my words here in America?  Should I go to jail if I say I hate an idea, a way of life, a political system or a judicial system?  Islam is all of these things, Islam is a life style that governs every aspect of Muslim life, every move they make.  It is an “idea”, an “ideology”.  Can a person be prosecuted for saying they do not like a thought?  What about Communism, it is a social system every bit as much as Islam is.  Should one go to jail for telling a communist that I think Communism sucks shit and I don’t like communist?  Well, what is a Civil right anyway?  Do white people or Christians have civil rights?  Apparently not America, if you disagree then you ought to google it, find out if it is even possible for a white person to file a civil rights complaint.  But that is another post for another day.

Yes things have gotten real screwed up under the Zero (Hussein Obama II) in office and the racist AG Eric Holder.  And I can’t believe all the dumb ass idiots that are so uninformed they elected this Marxist for a second term.  Should I go to jail for saying that?  Well if not for a civil right perhaps DHS would like to question me for saying I do not agree with what this administration is doing, their policies or anything the cabinet is doing through regulation to destroy America.  But how could they, we had a whole truck load of Occupy that screamed out “Kill Capitalism” from coast to coast and nothing happened to them.  They shouted “Kill and Eat the Rich”, “Social Justice”, well everything our federal government is saying.  So I guess that is why they got paid.

I wonder if ole Eric has ever heard of the New Black Panther Party or perhaps the Nation of Islam?  Both organizations preach “kill the white man”, “kill all the cracker babies”, and Eric just shakes his finger at them and says nothing at all.  Good ole Louis really gets out there, says the white man was created from a pig or donkey I think and Satan himself.  Is this offensive to a white person or perhaps Christian?  Evidently it is not a civil rights thing for sure.  We have two large groups openly, loudly and repeatedly instigate violence and physical harm to other people I guess they do not like and nothing is said by anyone.  Even the so called preacher of the Zero in Chicago, the place he went to church for 20 years, the preacher who married them, who baptized both of their kids preaches Black Liberation Theology, what is my point here?  Jeremiah Wright is positively a colorful speaker, he is famous for saying “God Dam America” over and over again, yet the Zero says he never heard a thing, not in 20 years.  I find Jermiah and Louis both offensive, should they go to jail for offending me?  No is the right answer, I do not have the right not to be offended by a raciest jabbering moron.

By the way some congress members have been attending some of Louis’s sermons of the Nation of Islam telling them they should establish a “black” America and kick all the white devils out, google it to see who.  Of course they apologized when they were fond out, hell they not even good Muslims, go figure but what do you expect out of a politician, honesty or locality, ya right!  And some in Congress (perhaps a judge also but not sure, will have to find the details again) say it is impossible for a “white” person to be offended by anything or be a victim of racism.  Ya you can’t make this stupid shit up, I have read that from more than 1 source from more than 1 person.  Only a person of color has the capability of being a victim of racism.   I know it sounds crazy but that is how Progressive people think.  I did a story earlier on black violence against white people.  And they are right, hate crime charges were never filed, the killer admitted he beat the person to death because they were white, nothing else.  Just last week a whole family (white) were severely beaten by a group of black men just for stopping to get gas, they told the police they did it because they were white (in Baton Rouge, LA if I remember right).

Following the same train of thought, a Christian must be unable to have their civil rights violated by a Muslim it seems.  I guess that has already been established in Michigan.  A group of Christians were holding signs promoting Christianity and a group of Muslims attacked them with rocks and bottles, injured a few of them pretty bad, the Christians never touched a Muslim.  The Christians were charged with inciting violence and taken to jail.  Nothing happened to the rock throwing Muslims, nothing at all, here in America.  This story seems like it could not be possible, but it is not the only one concerning religion.  Looks like the Muslims in America don’t have much to worry about unless they actually cut your head off then walk around bragging about it.  Do you remember the guy in a goofy parade that came as Mohammad (forget where, was one of those parody things) and a Muslim guy came out of the crowd watching and beat the shit out of the guy?  Get this, nothing happened to the Muslim, the guy that got beat up got charged with disturbing the peace and the judge told him he ought to be ashamed of him self for making fun of Mohammad and he was lucky he did not get hurt worse.  Google what I am telling you please, if someone told me this stuff I would not believe them either.

So it seems we are already there, sorry Eric your too late.  But I guess if you could make it official that would be nice, at least do something your being paid for besides covering up for Obama’s ass.  You also said last week you would not step down like congress wants you too until you get this done, and I think you will, I believe you.  Just like when the Zero said he would “Fundamentally Fuck Up America”, well he said “Transform” but I know that is Progressive/Marxist code for “fuck up” don’t ya think?

The reason I am doing this post about the 1st Amendment in the Bill of Rights is 4 short stories on the same event in Tennessee from the same source I read a few minutes ago.  The event was about something else but I guess turned into a Freedom of Speech question.  And it is also a UN thing if you keep up with what is going on there, it is also connected to our new UN ambassador who just happens to be Cass Sunstein’s wife who just happens to hate Jews.  Ya it’s a small Obama world after all, Walt would roll over in his grave.  These are very short so I will just paste them here and leave you with them as I am about ranted out.  Sorry for going on so long in so many directions, but all of this stuff is connected and this blog spot is all about connecting the dots.

Heck, just one more thing.  If they open this door making being offended a civil rights violation, you know it will lead to calling someone fat or ugly against the law also.  If you read any bills lately they are so dam general and vague and open ended, if you are fat or ugly I should be able to file against you for offending my delicate sensibilities in merely viewing your presence.

The Moment the Entire Audience at Tenn. ‘Muslim Education’ Meeting Erupted in Boos at Mention of Eric Holder


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A rowdy crowd of hundreds attended Tuesday’s so-called “Public Disclosure in a Diverse Society” meeting in Manchester, Tenn., where speakers were scheduled to talk about protecting the civil rights of Muslims. The only this is, most of the people at the meeting were there in protest of controversial comments made by U.S. attorney Brian Killian.

One of the speakers, Kenneth Moore, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Knoxville Division and Afghanistan war veteran, knew he was facing a tough crowd before he got up to the podium. So he had some fun with it.

“Attorney General Eric Holder,” Moore began, prompting emphatic boos from the audience at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center.

“That’s not a part of my speech tonight, but I thought I’d just go ahead and get that out of the way,” he joked, turning the boos into laughs.

Conservative comedian Jeff Allen, who was present at the event hosted by the American Muslim Advisory Council of Tennessee, told TheBlaze that the meeting was constantly interrupted by hecklers.

He also said the speakers just read prepared talking points, resulting in a fairly unproductive meeting. Read TheBlaze’s previous report here.

‘Embarrassing’: Hecklers Ruined Highly Anticipated ‘Muslim Education’ Meeting in Tennessee, Comedian Tells TheBlaze


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Hundreds attended the so-called “Public Disclosure in a Diverse Society” meeting in Manchester, Tenn., on Tuesday, a special meeting intended to “educate people on the First Amendment” and the “consequences” of making inflammatory statements against Muslims. The meeting, held at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center, was hosted by the American Muslim Advisory Council of Tennessee.

Among the speakers at the event were U.S. Attorney Bill Killian and Kenneth Moore, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Knoxville Division.

Two weeks ago, Killian told the Tullahoma News that it is possible that saying inflammatory things about Muslims on social media sites could violate federal civil rights laws.

“We need to educate people about Muslims and their civil rights, and as long as we’re here, they’re going to be protected,” he said. “This is also to inform the public about what federal laws are in effect and what the consequences are.”

Conservative comedian Jeff Allen attended the meeting to get the U.S. attorney’s stance on free speech after the comments he made in the local Tennessee paper. However, he said the meeting was mostly unproductive because of a group of 6-10 “yahoos” that kept shouting out and disrupting the meeting.

“It was kind of embarrassing,” Allen told TheBlaze. “It only took a very small group of yahoos to ruin the night.”

Hecklers, an overwhelming minority, yelled things like “go home” and “we don’t want you here,” he said.

Allen said he was genuinely interested to hear what Killian had to say about the First Amendment and Islam, but he just regurgitated prepared “talking points” about how “wonderful American Muslims have assimilated.”

Allen also said Moore, the FBI agent who spoke at the event, was treated “rudely.”

“He served in Afghanistan,” he added. “I watch what the left does to people like Ann Coulter and Glenn Beck when they try to speak publicly…I went because I wanted to hear what people have to say and I didn’t get to hear a whole lot. There was nothing really addressed about freedom of speech.”

U.S. attorney Killian did read directly from U.S. law that relates to hate crimes, but did not elaborate, the comedian explained. “I don’t know if they would have let him anyways,” he said.

The panel only allowed for two questions following the meeting due to all the disruptions, Allen told TheBlaze.

The meeting’s highlight, he recalled, came at the very beginning of the event when the patriotic crowd sang “God Bless America” and recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

The “Public Disclosure in a Diverse Society” meeting comes after a Tennessee lawmaker found himself in hot water after posting a photo of a man holding a shotgun with the caption, “How to wink at a Muslim.” While the post was indeed “tasteless,” Allen said the U.S. shouldn’t outlaw offensive speech.

In an interview with Fox News’ Todd Starnes, Killian said Tuesday’s meeting would be “an open forum to discuss the First Amendment — to discuss its application to all religions and to Muslim religions.”

The federal government has participated in at least a dozen similar “Muslim education” meetings across Tennessee, Starnes reports.

Allen was also on Glenn Beck’s radio program on Tuesday to discuss the meeting in Manchester.

U.S. Attorney: Anti-Muslim Speech Could Be a Civil Rights Violation

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A U.S. attorney in Tennessee is reportedly suggesting that anti-Islam postings on social media could actually be considered civil rights violations.

Bill Killian, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, told the Tullahoma News that inflammatory or hateful posts could potentially run afoul of the law. He will speak next week alongside the head of the FBI’s Knoxville office at a meeting sponsored by a local American Muslim advisory group.

“This is an educational effort with civil rights laws as they play into freedom of religion and exercising freedom of religion,” Killian told the newspaper. “This is also to inform the public what federal laws are in effect and what the consequences are.”


A Tennessee county commissioner posted this image to Facebook. A U.S. attorney is suggesting that such postings could be considered civil rights violations.

He pointed to a Tennessee county commissioner who posted an image of a man aiming a double-barreled shotgun to Facebook with the caption, “How to wink at a Muslim.”

“If a Muslim had posted ‘How to Wink at a Christian,’ could you imagine what would have happened?” Killian said. “We need to educate people about Muslims and their civil rights, and as long as we’re here, they’re going to be protected.”

He told the newspaper that Internet postings that violate civil rights fall under federal jurisdiction.

The Justice Department did not respond to a request from Politico about what it considers offensive speech about Islam, or about using civil rights law to prohibit it.

Protest at Tenn. Event to Curb Anti-Muslim Speech Opens Up First Amendment Debate

U.S. Attorney for Eastern Tennessee Bill Killian recently suggested that he’d use federal civil rights laws to crack down on anti-muslim speech, like the recent controversy reported by TheBlaze where a Tennessee county commissioner posted a photo of a man aiming a gun with the caption, “How to wink at a Mulsim.”

Killian and an FBI counterpart held an event for ”the stated purpose of increasing awareness and understanding that American Muslims are not the terrorists some have made them out to be in social media and other circles” in Coffee County Tuesday, where the U.S. Attorney was met with boos and heckles from 200 protestors that argued he is threatening to infringe on their First Amendment rights. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports:

U.S. Attorney Bill Killian was greeted with shouts of “traitor,” “serpent,” and calls to “resign” or “go home” Tuesday night at an event aimed at improving relations between local residents and their Muslim neighbors.


State Sen. Mike Bell, R-Riceville, said he attended the event because “I had concerns when I read Bill Killian’s statement [announcing it].”

After the event, Bell said he still was not certain of Killian’s position on free speech.

Outside, about an hour before the planned event, more than 200 protesters braved the 90-degree heat outside the conference center to hold up signs and sing patriotic songs. Some called it a “pre-rally” to gather those opposed to any encroachments on free speech.

Some people at the impromptu rally were handing out anti-Islamic literature, other patriotic materials and some Christian materials as several speakers were using a megaphone to work up the crowd.

Killian’s actions and statements on federal civil rights laws, along with the protest at his event Tuesday, has opened up a debate on free speech. A First Amendment expert told POLITICO for a report on the growing controversy that the “government may, indeed, play a useful and entirely constitutional role in urging people not to engage in speech that amounts to religious discrimination. But it may not, under the First Amendment, prevent or punish speech even if it may be viewed as hostile to a religion.”

On ‘Real News’ Wednesday the panel discussed offensive speech and censorship, as well as when political correctness of speech stifles legislation and policy.

How about a Bonus story!  Just to show you where Eric and Hussein are getting their ideas, they sure as hell are not looking at American Law.

Egyptian Activist Pays Major Price for Insulting Islamist President and Lambasting the Muslim Brotherhood

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CAIRO (TheBlaze/AP) — An Egyptian activist was convicted of insulting the president and spreading false news and given a six-month suspended sentence on Monday, Egypt’s state-run news agency said. The development will do little to temper the fears of those who charge that the Islamist government is too extreme.

Ahmed Douma is the first prominent critic of President Mohammed Morsi to be convicted on the charge. Several journalists, TV presenters and other individuals have also been facing similar accusations.

At a packed courthouse in a Cairo suburb, Douma flashed a V-for-victory sign from behind bars as activists clapped and chanted: “Why is the government afraid of you Douma?”


Egyptian political activist Ahmed Douma reacts as he stands behind dock bars during his trial in Cairo on June 3, 2013, on charges of insulting president Mohamed Morsi. Douma was convicted to serve six months in prison. Credit: AFP/Getty Images

Egyptian political activist Ahmed Douma reacts as he stands behind dock bars during his trial in Cairo on June 3, 2013, on charges of insulting president Mohamed Morsi. Douma was convicted to serve six months in prison. Credit: AFP/Getty Images

Douma was charged after he called Morsi criminal and illegitimate after a deadly security crackdown on protesters in the coastal city of Port Said that left 40 people dead in February. He also criticized Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood group for being behind a bloody raid against peaceful protesters outside Morsi’s office last year.

Morsi’s government accuses its opponents of fueling unrest to undermine his rule. The opposition charges that Morsi and his group seek to monopolize power and are marginalizing even those who helped bring down longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak in the 2011 uprising.

Rights groups say that more than 2,300 protesters and activists remain either detained or facing trial since January, most of them for staging anti-government protests, some of which turned violent.

The Arab Network for Human Rights Information Center said in a recent report that the number of court cases and complaints involving charges of insulting the president during Morsi’s 10 months in power is four times the number filed during Mubarak’s rule of nearly 30 years.


Egyptian relatives and friends of political activist Ahmed Douma hold up a shoe as they react at the end of his trial in Cairo, on June 3, 2013, on charges of insulting President Mohamed Morsi. Douma was convicted to serve six months in prison. Credit: AFP/Getty Images

In the interview that led to his trial, Douma said, “I don’t see a president ruling Egypt. I see someone called Mohammed Morsi, a criminal evading justice, who is hiding in the presidential palace.”

Activists left signs inside the courtroom that read, “Morsi is a murderer and a criminal.” Others signed petitions calling for the ouster of Morsi and early elections, as part of growing campaign of youth opposition called “Rebel.”