March 29, 2011, - 11:37 am
A couple of weeks ago, it was the Peter King hearings on a fake concept called “radical Islam” (as we all know, Islam is radical, so the phrase is redundant and designed to avoid discussing the real issue: Islam, period). As I noted, those hearings were filled with the fakeries of Keith Ellison fake crying with no tears over a Muslim he never knew and John Dingell telling us that Muslims’ political jihad in running for and winning public office in a bid to further their goals somehow exhibits patriotism. Yes, patriotism to the Koran, but not to the U.S. And, now, today, liberal Democrat Senator Dick “Gitmo’s Christina Aguilera Music is the Ovens of Auschwitz” Durbin is holding his “Muslims Are Victims Parade” hearings.
Uh-huh, Muslims are victims. Tell it to the ghosts of the 3,000 dead nearly ten years from the planes going into buildings. Tell it to the ghosts of the Marines in Beirut, the family members of the massacred at Fort Hood, the passengers on a plane nearing Detroit who were lucky an underwear bomb malfunctioned, those who would have died in Times Square and countless other places across America, but for the incompetence of the perpetrators. Sorry, but THEY are the victims whose ultimate civil right–the right to life–was taken or nearly taken.
Here’s who’s testifying at this victimhood charade:
Testifying about what most experts agree is a recent rise in anti-Muslim rhetoric and actions will be: Cardinal Theodore McCarrick (the former archbishop of Washington and an internationally-known voice on peace and justice issues), legal advocate Farhana Khera (former counsel to the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee that dealt with civil rights and religious profiling), Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Thomas Perez and law school dean Alex Acosta (former assistant attorney general for civil rights under George W. Bush).
Perez’s boss, Attorney General Eric Holder, last fall called anti-Muslim hate “the civil rights issue of our time,” according to Khera, who told The Post he said it during a meeting she attended with faith leaders at the Justice Department around the time that a tiny Florida church was threatening to burn Korans to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Riiiight. The civil rights issue of our time, when hate crimes against Jews are higher than against any religious group and almost nine times as many as alleged crimes against Muslims.
By the way, Acosta is a literal friend of Islamic terrorists. As a Bush Justice Department official, he frequently traveled to Detroit to hold monthly meetings with his friend, marriage and immigration fraud perpetrator and “former” Islamic terrorist Imad Hamad, who is still apparently engaged in fundraising for Islamic terrorists. And yet he was made a U.S. citizen and has been feted by the feds ever since. That’s the real “Islamic civil rights” in America: bending over backward–and forward–for evildoers who openly tell us they support Islamic terrorist groups that murder Americans and other Westerners, and help those groups on our soil.
At the bitch-fest sessions Acosta held with Hamad and known Hezbollah agent, Osama Siblani (whose family members work for Al-Manar a/k/a Hezbollah TV), I’m told that top federal agents repeatedly gave out information regarding their agents’ operations and repeatedly apologized for those agents doing their jobs.
But, don’t worry, you’ll hear nothing about this kind of stuff at Durbin’s hearings, today. Instead it will be like a sad “woe is me” country song with the accent of rotten shawarmeh.
The “Everybody Done Islam Wrong” song is so trite, so booooring, so yawnworthy.
And so much fiction.
When there are hearings on how Muslims violate the civil rights of Christians and Jews all around the world–and all over America, then we’ll know America means business.
Until then, let the Durbin Muslim sob story circus begin–and quickly end. I see enough bad acting in the movies.
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