Temecula California Supremacist Mosque Update and Video


I went, I saw, I videoed it; here it is for you to see for yourself.

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5 Responses to Temecula California Supremacist Mosque Update and Video

  1. jcscuba says:

    Guy would you consider posting this and deleting the comment? Appreciate your help, thanks for dropping by http://www.dangersofallah.com

    Please Send This to Congress: Regarding Groups That Are Involved With Aiding And Abetting Terror Within the United States
    Posted on September 11, 2010 by http://www.dangersofallah.com| 9 Comments

    “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”
    Edmund Burke

    Proposed Legislation:

    Please sign the petition below, then copy and paste the boiler plate below it to your republican representative in Congress Thanks for you help, this was worked up with attorneys and former Muslim friend Mano Bakh. I appreciate your help. We kick ass and take names in November. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C.


    Please send this link to your friends all over the U.S.A. It can be used as a template for city council, as well as, state, and federal government action.
    Please Sign the Petition Click Here


    Here is the draft to your congressmen or woman.

    As concerned American citizens we are deeply worried about the safety and security of our country.

    We believe that a dire security crisis is posed by the misuse of the Religious Freedoms afforded by the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America by organizations and/or groups of individuals as a cover and concealment for the conduct of terrorism, sedition against the United States and other crimes against humanity.

    We further believe that it is a clear violation of the natural laws upon which our Nation is formed to consider such barbaric activities as a Religion or any kind of Religious Practice the exercise of which is entitled to any kind of preference or protection. Accordingly, we are calling you our elected official to create legislative action and bring to congress the following (of course your variation)

    “”Within The United States of America, no organization, association, society or other group of individuals shall be considered to be a religion, or a religious organization, for any purpose whatsoever if it directly or indirectly advocates, promotes, endorses, encourages, sponsors, instructs, demonstrates, recruits for, trains for, or otherwise supports ANY of the following:

    1. Any system of laws for governance of the people as superior to the Constitution of the United States of America, or that is, in whole or material part, in direct conflict therewith;

    2. Terrorism against the United States of America or its citizens;

    3. Any organization that has been designated as a terrorist organization by the United States of America.

    4. Any system of laws that decriminalizes violence against women, or that diminishes the right of free speech and belief;

    5. That there is, or should be, no separation between religion and government;

    6. That any religion is superior to any other religion;

    7. That any person is of lesser or superior value to any other person based on race, gender, national origin or religious belief;

    8. That slavery is justified, or that any person must be subservient or subjugated to any other person based on race, gender, national origin, or religious belief;

    9. That any person or persons should be exterminated based on their race, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, religious belief or former religious belief; or

    10. Barbaric and inhuman punishment for petty crimes, and other cruel and unusual punishment.”

    This legislation was put forth by friends and an attorney; a great deal of thought went into not mentioning Islam or Muslims for politically correct cover. Please get back to me at your earliest convenience; I’m Jim Campbell, member http://www.concernedamericancitizens.org

    • GuyDeWhitneyAdmin says:

      I am sorry, I cannot get behind that: it is unconstitutional to passa law defining any ideology as non-religious; your “solution” would open doors to far more problems and abuses than it would help resolve present issues.
      I think that attacking on racketeering, and hate-speech, and incitement grounds is the way to go rather than stooping to their theocratic level.

      All we can outlaw is actions, not ideas, to do otherwise is to become the enemy instead ofdefeating him.

      Guy DeW

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