August 23, 2010
Note from Alex Jones: This is an important issue. It has now come out that the co-owner of Fox News is the main financier of the Imam proposing the mosque. The mosque Imam is hooked in with the CFR and other top globalist organizations, the evidence is conclusive, this is a divide and conquer operation.
During an anti-mosque protest at ground zero, a construction worker walked through the crowd. Members of the protest, assuming that he was a Muslim, confronted him and shouted obscenities before escorting him out and telling him that he is not welcome. Their anti-Islam and anti-mosque posters inches from his face in multiple instances.
This man’s name is Kenny and he is a union carpenter working at ground zero. He wore a pro-American accessory around his neck and proclaimed that he was not Muslim. His only crime was walking through the crowd and looking vaguely like the enemy our media portrays on a daily basis.
The mosque isn’t really a mosque at all, at least not in the traditional sense. The plans are for a community center including a culinary school with two floors dedicated to prayer. The location of the proposed structure is several blocks away from ground zero surrounded by “strip joints” and an old abandoned Burlington Coat Factory location.
Sentiments and instances like these were commonplace during the early days of Hitler’s reign. While Jews were blamed for corrupting “pure” German culture, many of the economic problems the country was facing was turned on them as an easy target. At first they were banned from some public events, then their doors were marked with a Joseph Star, their property seized and ultimately their arrest and placement in death camps resulted. The passing of the Nuremberg Laws on September 15, 1935 gave a legal basis to the exclusion of Jews from German society. This bigotry expanded past the Jews and on to others not deemed fit to “Aryan” standards.
Poet and philosopher George Santayana once said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” The debate over whether or not a religious organization has the right to create a community center in what is considered the most multicultural city in the most diverse country in the world sets a dangerous precedent. This debate, inflated and expanded by the media in a large scale, can only work to divide the people of America further and distract us from the real problems facing our nation. Just as Nazi Germany used a religious community as a distraction to cover their ultimate plan to dominate Europe, this debate is only hiding the overall plan for globalization at the hands of an elite few who could care less about a building in New York.
This article was posted: Monday, August 23, 2010 at 12:00 pm