Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Should I call someone or is that being racist?

A lot of bloggers have already commented on this New York Post article but it is just so damned important that I feel compelled to spout off too, even if I am a day late.

A group of Jihadis walk into a Circuit City with a tape that clearly shows them to be militant Muslims planning a terrorist attack on Americans. Thankfully, the clerk called 911, the FBI got involved, and the Jihadis' plan was foiled without anyone being hurt. Unfortunately, the clerk came close to not making that call. Why? Because he thought it would be racist to report Islamic terrorism. Political correctness and multicultural brainwashing spoon fed by CAIR and their media allies are putting this country at risk plain and simple.

The reaction of the clerk should have been to immediately call the authorities. Thank God he eventually came to that conclusion. It should not have been, "Dude, I just saw some really weird shit. I don't know what to do. Should I call someone or is that being racist?" That is completely screwed up thinking but I can't blame the guy.

The media is quick to label actions like calling the police about a group of militant Muslims as Racist and Islamophobic. CAIR is even quicker to file lawsuit.

It is the responsibility of our government to stop this trend now. The first step is passing legislation to protect the John Does who reported on the Flying Imams and future brave citizens that stand up against Islamofacists. The second step should be cutting all relations with groups like CAIR. We must delegitimize these groups and their message.

Already law enforcement officers face "stop snitching" campaigns in black ghettos across America. In Milwaukee, even local elected official such as Mike McGee Jr. take part in and sometimes lead these campaigns. We can't let CAIR's campaign of suing anybody who reports on terrorist activities have the same effect on terrorism investigations that the stop snitching movement has had on the prosecution of violent and drug crimes.

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