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Tea Party Express Chair Comes Out Swinging Against the 1st Amendment

Tea Party Express Chairman Mark Williams has taken to posing for speeches in front of a big enlarged document that starts with the words “We The People.” He might want to try turning around and reading the rest of the words on that document before he opens his mouth again.

Reaction has been strong to Williams’ words on the planned erection of a cultural, entertainment, shopping and recreation center in New York City that would contain a mosque:

“The monument would consist of a Mosque for the worship of the terrorists’ monkey-god”

I’d like to link directly to that blog post. I’d like to, gosh-darn it, but now that Mark Williams is attracting attention for his comments, he’s only letting people read his Islamic “monkey god” post if they buy a copy of his latest book first. That’s entrepreneurial. Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it, a cache of Williams’ post is still publicly available. Here’s the complete text of his post:

Savage Islam wants Mosque at Ground Zero – monument to hijackers, 9/11 a “positive” thing
Friday, May 14th, 2010

Click here to get your copy of Mark Williams’ book “Taking Back America One Tea Party at a Time” in which you will find an entire chapter on the savage 7th century death cult called “Islam” and the threat that it presents to civilized Man

UPDATE: The Ground Zero monument to the 911 Muslim Hijackers is now scheduled to open on 9.11.11

UPDATE: Muslim Miss USA

The animals of allah (terrorists) for whom any day is a great day for a massacre are drooling over the positive response that they are getting from New York City officials over a proposal to build a 13 story monument to the 9/11 Muslim hijackers.

The monument would consist of a Mosque for the worship of the terrorists’ monkey-god (repeat: “the terrorists’ monkey-god.” if you feel that fits a description of Allah then that is your own deep-seated emotional baggage not mine, talk to the terrorists who use Allah as their excuse and the Muslims who apologize for and rationalize them) and a “cultural center” to propagandize for the extermination of all things not approved by their cult. It is a project of American Society for Muslim Advancement and the Cordoba Initiative, essentially the same group of apologists (but under 2 different names) for terrorists and the animals who use it as a terrorist ideology. They cloak their evil with new age gibberish that suggests Islam is just misunderstood.

“The time for a center like this has come because Islam is an American religion,” Daisy Khan, executive director of the Muslim society, told CNN. “We need to take the 9/11 tragedy and turn it into something very positive.”

The longest, most heavily researched and footnoted chapter in my book is about the fruit baskets and nut wads that gravitate to Islam and why it attracts such mental cases (Daisy for example apparently suffered a severe head injury early in life).

On the other hand, Abdul Rauf is the guy behind both of the organizations and in the wake of 9/11 defended Islam and attacked the entire Western world for “causing” the 9/11 attacks.

“The US and the West must acknowledge the harm they have done to Muslims before terrorism can end. New York-based Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf speaking from his New York mosque, Imam Feisal said the West had to understand the terrorists’ point of view.

Imam Feisal said it was Christians who started mass attacks on civilians.”

An evil shadow falls over lower Manhattan

Follow the fight to stop the shrine to savages at this link

Satan’s Spawn

UPDATE: May 17

Miss Muslim USA, stripper Rima Fakih

Meet the new Miss Muslim USA Rima Fakih. In the photo above she is a participant in a stripping contest held by a Detroit T & A radio show. Last night she won the nod for Miss. USA when Miss. Oklahoma dared answer a question from a judge about illegal aliens with a response that suggested immigration law be enforced while safeguards against racial profiling are also enforced. At that point pageant political correctness went into full gear and Fakih was declared the winner.

Note to the freaks and mental cases who dominate Islam: See what you’re missing when you peal off the burka there fellas? Maybe you wouldn’t have to spend so much effort Michael Jacksoning the little boys in your terror camps if you took a look at the chicks for a change.

In the meantime I have a wonderful idea along the same lines as that mosque at Ground Zero thing… a nice, shiny new U.S. Military Base on the smoldering ruins of Mecca Hooters in time for Haj (thanks to the MarkTalk reader for that much better suggestion). Works for me! Comments are enabled below.

Complaints that Williams is being “mean,” “offensive,” or “racist” have their place. Also worthy of note but largely ignored by people reading Williams’ blog is his “wonderful idea” that the entire city of Mecca be destroyed. Paragraphs after complaining that anyone would think Christians kill civilians, Williams calls for the destruction of an entire city. Massive civilian deaths are hunky-dory with the Tea Party Express chief, so long as they’re massive civilian deaths of people who worship the “monkey god” of “savage Islam.” And their babies, too, because one day those babies will worship a “monkey god.”

You may have missed it amid all the calls for the destruction of cities, the identification of a Muslim woman as a pole dancer and “Hooters in time for Haj,” but Tea Party Express Chairman Mark Williams is specifically calling his followers to action. On June 6, activists are holding a protest to demand that New York City government place a ban on the Cordoba Center and “Stop the Mosque at Ground Zero.” Williams directs his followers to that action:

Follow the fight to stop the shrine to savages at this link

I encourage you to read about the plans for the Cordoba Center and decide for yourself whether Williams’ descriptions of it are accurate. I also encourage you to consider what protests for the banning of the Cordoba Center amount to. For a man who stands in front of a large-scale mockup of the U.S. Constitution when he speaks, Mark Williams has a stunning disregard for it. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees people in the United States freedom of assembly and freedom of speech. But if Mark Williams gets his way and the Cordoba Center is banned, the right of the people behind the Cordoba Center to peaceably assemble and to engage in free speech will be curtailed.

Churches Near the World Trade Center Site in New York City, proximate to the proposed Cordoba Center
The First Amendment to the Constitution also forbids the government from establishing religion. One way religion can be established by government is when government favors certain religions over others, granting some religions rights and privileges that it denies to others. Take a look at this map of religious establishments in the neighborhood of the proposed Cordoba Center.

Mark Williams and his movement aren’t demanding that the Living Word Community Church be shut down. Mark Williams and his movement aren’t demanding that Lion of Judah Sephardic Hebrew be shuttered. Mark Williams and his movement aren’t demanding that Glad Tidings Tabernacle or Saint Peter’s Catholic Church or Saint Paul’s Chapel or the National Association for the Advancement of Orthodox Judaism or the Church of Holistic Healing or the John Street United Methodist Church or Our Lady of Victory Church or Agudah Women of American Faith Evangelical Ministries or Museum of the Trinity Church or Trinity Church itself or Ephesus NonDenominational Church or St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church be banned. Mark Williams and his movement are only demanding that government step in to ban the Cordoba Center. Why? Because the Cordoba Center subscribes to the wrong religion.

While Mark Williams poses in front of a giant poster with the words We The People on it, he and his movement spit in the eye of the First Amendment by trying to shut down free speech, free assembly and free exercise of religion. They want to use the power of government to reward the religions they like and punish the religions they don’t like. This sure isn’t my idea of America. It’s not the Constitution’s idea of America either.

4 thoughts on “Tea Party Express Chair Comes Out Swinging Against the 1st Amendment”

  1. Tom says:

    typical Rethuglican tactic – it’s so 2000

  2. ramone says:

    they believe in only their own unalienable rights. no one else’s!
    that’s as far as they go in their constitutional studies.
    history is also not in the tea party curriculum, but, nobody likes to admit the role of a thousand year old crusade in the jihad that is being waged today. christians are so peace loving, after they destroy mecca, that is.

    1. Jim says:

      The scariest thing, as the example of Mark Williams shows, is that they don’t see any irony in that last statement.

  3. Tito says:

    they can swear up and down bigotry has no place in their movement, but their actions and words betray them

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