August 11, 2010, - 4:42 pm
This is yet another reason why I’m glad I don’t have cable. Where I live, the main provider is Comcast. And I don’t want my money to go to fund Muslim extremists and illegal alien advocates and their enhanced online presence.
Comcast Dhimmi David L. Cohen w/ Comcast Muslim Digital Jihad
Sadly, if you pay Comcast to provide you with cable, that is exactly what you are funding.
Comcast has a three year agreement with “One Economy” (you can already tell by the name that it’s far left) to “bridge” the alleged Islamic “digital divide” in Dearbornistan. And to that end, Comcast is giving One Economy $1.2 million to teach Muslim kids at the pro-HAMAS/pro-Hezbollah/pro-illegal alien ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services) how to build their online “leadership” and “citizenship.” I don’t know about you, but I think Muslims have enough “online leadership.” If you don’t think so, check out the Islamic extremist sermons and terrorist recruitment videos on YouTube. Many of them are made by these allegedly “digitally deprived” Muslims in Dearbornistan and all over America.
ACCESS, as I’ve reported over the years, sponsored the anti-Israel Divestment Conference at the University of Michigan and was involved (and still is) in smuggling pregnant Muslim aliens into the U.S.–giving them phony social security numbers, helping them defraud Medicaid and obtain birthright citizenship for their kids. And ACCESS trained the Detroit Terror Cell members to get Commercial Drivers Licenses and HazMat hauling certificates. That’s in addition to ACCESS helping Muslim illegal aliens invade the country, stay here, and get benefits, and the agency’s open opposition to putting HAMAS and Hezbollah on the State Department terrorist list.
So why is Comcast giving ACCESS $40,000 to have new computers and help train extremist kiddies to improve their online advocacy for these kinds of outrages against America on its own soil? Some of the money went to fund Muslim kids working for extremist organizations (“religious” community service). Is Comcast funding your church or my synagogue and our ethnic groups’ kids computer skills and online “leadership and citizenship”? No.
Sadly, the man absorbing the limelight and gushing press for this is Comcast honcho David L. Cohen. Figures. So many liberals from my community want to help those who would kill us, who share the ideology of the guards at Auschwitz and Treblinka.
“Digital divide,” my butt. If you subscribe to Comcast for cable, time to pull the plug. Otherwise, you are helping Comcast fund future–and present–online jihad.
Comcast and One Economy today celebrated the success of a major technology learning and service initiative that teaches young people about broadband technologies and how to put that knowledge to work to serve the Dearborn community. The program, Comcast Digital Connectors, was conducted during the 2009-2010 school year at the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) in Dearborn and will continue next fall throughout the academic year.
In the Comcast Digital Connectors program, 23 Dearborn-area high school students from diverse and low-income backgrounds were selected to gather at ACCESS two evenings a week throughout the year to learn digital literacy skills. The young people then volunteered their time at community-based organizations, senior centers, religious-based organizations [DS: a/k/a mosques and CAIR] and even in their own homes to help improve digital literacy. . . .
“This is a really exciting and extremely important initiative for Comcast and the Comcast Foundation. Developing digital literacy skills in young people is essential to their future,” said David L. Cohen, Executive Vice President of Comcast Corporation. “Along with digital education, young people from diverse communities will experience a unique opportunity to improve their lives and the lives of others by cultivating leadership skills, impacting their neighborhoods through community service and preparing for their bright futures in the workforce.” . . .
“The Comcast Digital Connectors program has been a great opportunity for young people in Dearborn,” said Tom Coughlin, Senior Vice President for Comcast’s Michigan Region. “It has taught them the technology skills needed to advance in education and in the workforce, and instill the importance of passing on that knowledge to their neighbors, friends and family in order to improve their lives and community.”
Translation: Hey, we helped Hezbollah supporters improve their online skills to better organize Dearbornistan. Praise allah.
The curriculum for Comcast Digital Connectors covers several broad areas to help the program participants learn real world applications for broadband technology. Modules include leadership principles, real world learning opportunities, digital technology skills development, community service, financial literacy and civic journalism. The students learned how to network computer labs, connect wireless access points and create video documentaries.
Alhamdillullah [Praise allah], mommy. I just learned how to shoot an anti-Israel documentary! All thanks to the Comcast infidels and their evil Zionist David L. Cohen.
Additionally, they were given instruction in entrepreneurship [DS: Mommy, I just learned how to sell my anti-American docu-flick!], healthy living, career and character development. The program also included creative media projects intended to inspire the Digital Connectors to put broadband and Internet technology to their greatest use.
Through grants from the Comcast Foundation totaling more than $40,000, ACCESS was able to set up a computer lab at its newly constructed youth center in South Dearborn, as well as fund the Comcast Digital Connectors program costs to ensure the students had access to state-of-the-art equipment and technology as they developed their digital literacy skills. The new computer lab has also benefited area youth of all ages that visited the ACCESS facility since opening last year. . . .
“ACCESS is very grateful to have been given the opportunity to offer the Digital Connectors Program to students from multiple high schools in our community,” said Hassan Jaber [DS: An outspoken anti-Israel Palestinian Muslim], Executive Director for ACCESS. “Due to the generosity of Comcast and its partner, One Economy, youth at ACCESS have been given the chance to develop leadership, citizenship and healthy lifestyle skills through the effective use of technology. The Digital Connectors Program has provided us the essential tools and resources to better teach our children how the positive uses of technology can improve the quality of their lives and the community in which they live.” . . .
Comcast . . . has made a $1.2 million commitment to sponsor the Digital Connectors program for three years, beginning in 2009.
Vladimir Lenin was right about America selling its enemies the rope on which it will hang. Except in this case, Comcast is giving it away. And you’re paying for it.
And you’ll continue to pay . . . well beyond the price of cable.
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