In an interview with a Minneapolis newssource, Democrat (and Muslim) Keith Ellison from Minnesota says he is “rallying atheists” — through false piety in his malignments of the United States because Ellison seeks to undermine opinion under ruse of respecting opinion and by that, the national credibility of the U.S.
On a related appearance on CNN, when questioned by Wolf Blitzer as to U.S. immigration issues, Ellison is heard to whine nonsensically about our U.S. Constitution “not making any restrictions on religion” — obviously another attempt by one-track, derailing-minded Ellison to increase Muslim numbers through immigration to the U.S., using our Constitution to do so. Which is again the essence of the Democrat, Liberal exploitive method using our own good graces to take the country where it was never intended to go and to attempt to shame our nation for our concerns as to national security. The only person who mentioned religiion (and Islam) is Ellison because the question was as to immigration.
Of secondary, keen interest to me in this issue — and as to the coordinated but stumbling verbal-trotting by Ellison, as also others of his similar statements (all over the internet, the Democrat, Liberal malignments of the U.S. as being responsible for terrorism, including upon ourselves) — is the word-gaming involved, which inevitably maligns Christian beliefs, the basic premise of Christianity — salvation through God’s only son, Jesus Christ — and Christian morality accordingly.
There are many courses of attack upon Christ taken by those who seek to ruin Him and those who believe in Him, but the essence of “counter measures” is to isolate beliefs that are reflected among the general opinion which challenge Liberal desires and to then attack each belief, individually or corporately.
The Left is attempting to corral and capture the issues of terrorism, national security, individual liberty and Christianity in order to rework the definitions — change the defining terms — and is feigning representation of these issues while, instead, to the contrary, working toward violating their terms; and, in doing so, by that process, violating the larger presence of Christ as present in our Western society and culture and the credibility thereafter of our nation, founded upon beliefs in — predominantly — faith in God. While freedom exists for individuals in our democracy, it relies on a good-faith principle of ethic of and by the individual.
From LET FREEDOM RING, the Ellison story:
Sunday evening, I read this Strib article about Keith Ellison speaking “to a gathering of atheists.” Here’s a quote worth noting:
On comparing Sept. 11 to the burning of the Reichstag building in Nazi Germany:
“It’s almost like the Reichstag fire, kind of reminds me of that. After the Reichstag was burned, they blamed the Communists for it and it put the leader of that country [Hitler] in a position where he could basically have authority to do whatever he wanted. The fact is that I’m not saying [Sept. 11] was a [U.S.] plan, or anything like that because, you know, that’s how they put you in the nut-ball box, dismiss you.”
Later Sunday night, I watched a replay of Sean Hannity’s interview Imam Abdul Alim Musa. Imam Musa made some outrageous statements during the interview, which was taped on Feb. 18, 2007. Follow this link if you want to read the entire transcript. (I highly recommend it because you’ll see Imam Musa’s radicalism.) Here’s what Imam Musa said that caught my attention:
HANNITY: I already know what you say. You believe George Bush. You think George Bush knew about 9/11 ahead of time.
MUSA: Well, I said he was like Hitler and Hitler burned the Reichstag in Germany in 1933 to give him the fuhership, to also take the rights of the German people, right? To go do away with due process of law.
The similarity of Ellison’s quote to Imam Musa’s quote is stunning. Here’s another exchange between Hannity and Imam Musa that I want you to remember:
HANNITY: Is bin Laden misconstrued in the American public? Is he misunderstood? Do you like bin Laden? Do you like him?
MUSA: If he is a Muslim he is definitely misconstrued. Definitely misconstrued.
HANNITY: So bin Laden is not responsible for 9/11?
MUSA: Of course not.
HANNITY: Who is responsible for 9/11?
MUSA: Who do you think?
Look at how Musa denies bin Laden’s role in 9/11. Now check this Daniel Pipes article out:
In reality, CAIR is something quite different. For starters, it’s on the wrong side in the war on terrorism. One indication came in October 1998, when the group demanded the removal of a Los Angeles billboard describing Osama bin Laden as “the sworn enemy,” finding this depiction “offensive to Muslims.”