And here’s the headline the liberal terrorist sympathizers in Nashville used for this story: ‘World’s Most Respected Islamophobes to Gather in Nashville for Symposium.’
Geert Wilders, a member of the Dutch parliament and the leader of the Party of Freedom, will speak to the symposium by video. He’s featured in the above YouTube video, calling Islam “retarded,” and has been quoted as saying, “I don’t hate Muslims. I hate Islam.”
Perhaps motivated by recent news that Tennessee has become a stronghold for radical Islamic forces, leading Islamophobes from around the world will be gathering in Nashville at the Loews Vanderbilt Plaza Hotel May 29-30 for “Understanding the Jihad in Israel, Europe and America,” the first annual symposium presented by the online pub New English Review.
What is the New English Review, you ask? I’m still scratching my head on that one, too. There’s no discernible mission statement or “about us” page, though there are individual bios of the various editors, publishers and contributors. A brief stroll through NER‘s current featured headlines reveals heady, reasonably well-written stories reflecting a nonetheless kooky, far-right stance. Think of it asThe New Yorker for the Teabagger set. A short story titled “The Blasphemy,” by Ares Demertzis, is a parable whose message could simply be put as “Kill the Muslims before they kill you.” (And that’s a BAD idea because why?)
Therein lies the thematic thread running through NER: Islam is an inherently sinister religion, and it’s coming to gitcha! It’s all there in the Koran, people! This has nothing to do with complex geopolitical situations, poverty or extremism, folks. (Typical liberal psychobabble) The problem is simply that Islam and its Koran are inherently evil, according to the folks at NER. (I wonder if they’ve read our “holy book” lately–some of the stuff in there is pretty batshit crazy too, no? Not to mention our beloved Rummy’s use of Christian scripture to promote the war in Iraq.)
That’s why you need to sign up right now for “Understanding the Jihad in Israel, Europe and America”! Don’t delay–the future of white people everywhere depends on you! Registration deadline is May 25!
Read about some of the featured disseminators of hatred and intolerance speakers, below. (Hey douchebag Nashville writer, can I give the terrorists your home address?)
Hugh Fitzgerald, vice president and senior editor for Jihad Watch, which the Council on American-Islamic Relations (terrorist conspirators) calls an “Internet hate site” and which Guardian (Ah yes, from Islamic Britain) reporter Brian Whitaker describes as a “notoriously Islamophobic website.”
Dave Gaubatz, a former agent for the U.S. Air Force’s Office of Special Investigations and a right-wing loon.(Aren’t all military people to these libscum?) He also claims to have found WMDs in Iraq–or at least he found sites that weren’t searched and he’s certain there were WMDs there, which is the same thing, right?–and believes the Bush administration was involved in a massive cover-up to hide the discovery of WMDs (which, if you’re completely out of your mind, makes a whole lot of sense).(I so hope the terrorists attack Nashville next)
Rebecca Bynum, New English Review senior editor and publisher, and current secretary of World Encounter Institute. Formerly news editor and board member of the aforementioned Internet hate site Jihad Watch. (This libnut idiot doesn’t seem to think that the terrorists hate him most)
It should be noted that there are several other speakers who are respected in various fields, though all share extreme views on Islam. And amusingly, one of the common gripes they all express is how Islam divides the world into believers and nonbelievers. Why does that sound familiar? Seems to remind me of some other religion I keep hearing about. (No suprise, he hates Christians too) And judging from our last presidential administration, it would seem Muslims have no monopoly on the holy war concept. NASHVILLE SCENE
Child abuse found in an undercover investigation being done in Al-Farooq mosque in Nashville, TN.
A counter-terrorism expert researching extremism at U.S. mosques claims authorities in Nashville, Tenn., ignored his report of child abuse by at a local mosque due to fear of retribution from Muslim organizations such at the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Dave Gaubatz, a former Air Force special agent, told WND he informed the local prosecutor, the FBI and Sgt. Brooks Harris of the Metropolitan Police Department in Nashville of a 7-year-old girl who says teachers at the Al-Farooq mosque “hit the children” during Shariah, or Islamic , lessons. WND
What has been exposed is unthinkable. This is video footage of a first-hand undercover investigation done in Al-Farooq mosque. Listen to a 7 year old talk about her husband and how they are beaten during shariah class. The video is just the sound, as these kids are in tremendous danger and the undercover person inside needed to hide the camera deeply. We are working on the sound quality. Listen to the girl stating how kids are beaten as she begins to cry.
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