From Audacity of Hope:
“I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” — The Usurper President
We talked about this last night on THE ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW–9 PM ET. Kevin DuJan of Hillbuzz was my guest, and he had plenty to say. Meanwhile, in today’s mail, more on the topic…
They continue to spit in our face! We should tell al-Malik we will take about 9 billion in oil or cash for saving his country from a murderous dictator and propping him up in government. The fact Nobama and his people knew who was accompanying him just makes my blood boil! How much more proof do we need NObama is a muslim and allows them much leeway while sticking it to Israel?
A former commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, which the FBI says played a role in a 1996 terrorist attack that killed 19 U.S. servicemen, accompanied Iraq’s prime minister to the White House on Monday, attending an event at which President Obama trumpeted the end of the Iraq War.
Hadi Farhan al-Amiri, transportation minister in Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s government, was part of the delegation that visited the White House to discuss Iraq’s future and Iran’s influence there, among other topics.
Starting on December 12th in Washington, DC, a meeting is being held that jeopardizes freedom of speech as we currently understand it in the United States. The Obama Administration has invited the 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (“OIC,” formerly, The Organization of the Islamic Conference) to a meeting of “experts” to discuss the implementation of a UN resolution ostensibly targeting “religious intolerance.”
Now, even if by combating “religious intolerance” the resolution were just targeting actual violations of freedom of religion (READ: violating rights, not hurting feelings), it still should raise a few eyebrows that the OIC is behind the resolution and was invited as a partner to these meetings. The Jeddah-based OIC includes as its members such “champions” of human rights and religious freedom and tolerance as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Pakistan, and Iran.
But the catch is that the resolution isn’t about protecting freedom of religion. It is about limiting freedom of speech and expression.