January 25, 2008, - 3:42 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
They’re Americans just like us and love this country, they keep telling us.
But if the experience of Matthew Keller, 74, is any indication–and it is–they really don’t like America too much. Not exactly a shocker to those of us who know they are not here out of love but out of economic interest and–more important–a jihadist agenda.
Keller walks with a giant American flag through Dearbornistan. Here are the reactions he’s gotten on the Muslim-dominated East end of the city:
In the beginning, some passing motorists would jeer, Keller said. . . . “It’s been almost six months that anyone’s given me the finger,” he said.
Yes, the American flag is not very welcome in occupied Dearbornistan.
Interestingly, Dearborn is hosting an essay contest, asking residents to write a 75-word essay on why they love Dearborn and why people should move there. It’s a sales pitch to get people to move to Michigan’s first (of many) Islamistan. Who needs the 75 words? I think Matthew Keller’s statement is a great essay on life in Dearbornistan:
It’s been almost six months that anyone’s given me the finger [over the American flag].
Maybe their fingers are getting tired (after all that work eating the shawarmeh).
Oh, by the way, there is a flag that won’t get the finger there, the flag of Lebanon, a proxy for Hezbollah. Since they know it looks bad to have the Hezbollah flags in front of their homes, Shi’ite Muslims have the Lebanese flag, which is a surrogate for that yellow flag they think it stands for.
Tags: America, Glory Gets One-Finger, Hizballah, Lebanon, Matthew Keller, Michigan