Hodjanernes Blog

23 marts 2011

Bill Maher To Muslim Rep. Keith Ellison: The Qur’an Is A ‘Hate Filled Holy Book

2 marts 2017

Donald Trump gjorde noget ukendt, da han hædrede en amerikansk soldat

Jeg ved ikke, hvor mange af jer, der har set Trump hædre en soldaterenke i sin tale

Det er en utrolig rørende gestus

Gari Franchi fortæller her at Trump faktisk gjorde noget for soldaten og enken, som næsten ingen opdagede:

Demokraterne i kongressen rejste sig første gang, Trump nævnte hende,
men alt for mange blev siddende anden gang
Blandt andre Bernie Sanders og Nancy Pelosi!


Her er to til:
Debbie Wasserman Schultz , hende der gjorde alt som leder af DNC for at forhindre Bernie Sanders i at blive valgt som demokraternes kandidat og
Rep. Keith Ellison, som næsten blev valgt til den næste leder af DNC ( og dermed sandsynligvis demokraternes næste præsidentkandidat) pga hans meget nære forbindelser med en antisemit !


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1 marts 2017

Nancy Pelosi Reaction to Trump’s First Presidential Address to Congress


It was a remarkable moment, except for the Democrats who decided not to stand or clap. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Senator Bernie Sanders, Debbie Wasserman Schultz & Keith Ellison and most of the blue team sat, while most humans tried unsuccessfully to hold back tears.


24 januar 2017

Demokraterne i USA skal have ny leder

Og Idaho Democratic Party Executive Director Sally Boynton Brown får Zenia Stampe til at ligne en amatør – se selv.

Favoritten er stadig islamisten Keith Ellison!

De bliver forhåbentlig ved i dette spor – så kan Donald Trump sidde roligt i sadlen mange år endnu 🙂

17 november 2016

Mediernes hykleri over Steve Bannon

After news broke that President-elect Donald Trump appointed Stephen K. Bannon as his chief White House strategist, the media unleashed a torrent of attacks calling Bannon an extremist, a “white nationalist,” and a “racist” in order to force Trump to rescind his offer to add Bannon to his White House staff.

But after Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison was floated as the possible new head of the Democrat National Committee, the same media completely ignored his repeated anti-Semitic and radical Islamic statements.


This sparse, yet fawning coverage of Ellison was had despite the rising voice of concern by Jewish groups worried over his past radical Muslim statements.

The networks also ignored Ellison’s praise and support of anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakahn, his support of reparations for slavery, and his demands that the U.S. government set aside land inside the country for a new black “homeland.”

Ellison also has a “history of Muslim Brotherhood connections,” according to terrorism expert Steve Emerson.

Mere på Breitbart

Muslim Congressman Caught Financing JIHAD

Se evt fra 1:45 og fremad – rendyrket taqyyia og Maher er desværre for nemt et bytte for Ellison.

Ellison er iøvrigt den første muslim i Kongressen, han aflagde ed på koranen og ikke Biblen. derudover er han berygtet for at have sammenlignet G.W. Bush med Adolf Hitler og nægte Geert Wilders indrejse i USA.

Ellison has associated with the Muslim American Society, a Virginia-based group founded by Muslim Brotherhood members in 1993 to act as the “overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States,” according to federal prosecutors in 2007. The United Arab Emirates recently added the group to a list of terrorist organizations.

In 2008, the society paid for Ellison, a practicing Muslim, to make a 16-day pilgrimage, known as the hajj, to Mecca. He was joined on the trip by Asad Zaman, who sits on the board of the Muslim American Society’s Minnesota chapter. Zaman has contributed thousands of dollars to Ellison’s congressional runs, both before and after the Mecca trip.

Mere på The Washington Free Beacon

16 november 2016

Soros, Big Donors to Meet at Anti-Trump Conclave

Billionaire George Soros and other big-money liberals who helped fund Hillary Clinton’s losing presidential bid, began meeting in Washington to decide how to use their cash to fight President-elect Donald Trump, Politico reported.

The three-day conference of the powerful Democracy Alliance donor club began Sunday. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chairman Keith Ellison were scheduled to address the group, Politico said.

“If the agenda is any indication, liberals plan full-on trench warfare against Trump from Day One,” the website noted.

Soros had poured in millions of dollars in support of Clinton’s losing effort, Bloomberg reported.

Ben Carson News

29 april 2015

USA: To muslimske senatorer vil nægte Geert Wilders indrejse i landet

Filed under: Geert Wilders, Islam, Islamisering, Muslim, PVV, USA/Canada, Ytringsfrihed — Hodja @ 13:26

In a letter obtained by Foreign Policy, two Democratic members of Congress, Keith Ellison (D-MN) and André Carson (D-IN), are urging the Obama Regime to ban a Dutch lawmaker from entry into the United States due to his controversial, but incontrovertible, fact-based views about the threat of Islamization.

Foreign Policy  (h/t Rob E) The Dutch lawmaker, Geert Wilders, is scheduled to speak at a reception on Capitol Hill this month at the invitation of Tea Party firebrand Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas).

Mere på BareNakedIslam.

14 august 2010

Obama forsvarer Ground Zero-moské

I nat under sin årlige ramadanleflen forsvarede Hussein Obama ikke overraskende opførelsen af en stormoské ved Ground Zero. For de 2.995 ofres efterladte må tanken være uudholdelig.

Good evening. Welcome to the White House.

To you, to Muslim Americans across our country, and to more than one billion Muslims around the world, I extend my best wishes on this holy month. Ramadan Kareem. I want to welcome members of the diplomatic corps; members of my administration; and Members of Congress, including Rush Holt, John Conyers, and Andre Carson, who is one of two Muslim American Members of Congress, along with Keith Ellison.

Here at the White House, we have a tradition of hosting iftars that goes back several years, just as we host Christmas parties, seders, and Diwali celebrations. These events celebrate the role of faith in the lives of the American people. They remind us of the basic truth that we are all children of God, and we all draw strength and a sense of purpose from our beliefs.

These events are also an affirmation of who we are as Americans. Our Founders understood that the best way to honor the place of faith in the lives of our people was to protect their freedom to practice religion. In the Virginia Act for Establishing Religion Freedom, Thomas Jefferson wrote that “all men shall be free to profess, and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion.” The First Amendment of our Constitution established the freedom of religion as the law of the land. And that right has been upheld ever since.

Indeed, over the course of our history, religion has flourished within our borders precisely because Americans have had the right to worship as they choose – including the right to believe in no religion at all. And it is a testament to the wisdom of our Founders that America remains deeply religious – a nation where the ability of peoples of different faiths to coexist peacefully and with mutual respect for one another stands in contrast to the religious conflict that persists around the globe.

That is not to say that religion is without controversy. Recently, attention has been focused on the construction of mosques in certain communities – particularly in New York. Now, we must all recognize and respect the sensitivities surrounding the development of lower Manhattan. The 9/11 attacks were a deeply traumatic event for our country. The pain and suffering experienced by those who lost loved ones is unimaginable. So I understand the emotions that this issue engenders. Ground Zero is, indeed, hallowed ground.

But let me be clear: as a citizen, and as President, I believe that Muslims have the same right to practice their religion as anyone else in this country. That includes the right to build a place of worship and a community center on private property in lower Manhattan, in accordance with local laws and ordinances. This is America, and our commitment to religious freedom must be unshakeable. The principle that people of all faiths are welcome in this country, and will not be treated differently by their government, is essential to who we are. The writ of our Founders must endure.

We must never forget those who we lost so tragically on 9/11, and we must always honor those who have led our response to that attack – from the firefighters who charged up smoke-filled staircases, to our troops who are serving in Afghanistan today. And let us always remember who we are fighting against, and what we are fighting for. Our enemies respect no freedom of religion. Al Qaeda’s cause is not Islam – it is a gross distortion of Islam. These are not religious leaders – these are terrorists who murder innocent men, women and children. In fact, al Qaeda has killed more Muslims than people of any other religion – and that list of victims includes innocent Muslims who were killed on 9/11.

That is who we are fighting against. And the reason that we will win this fight is not simply the strength of our arms – it is the strength of our values. The democracy that we uphold. The freedoms that we cherish. The laws that we apply without regard to race or religion; wealth or status. Our capacity to show not merely tolerance, but respect to those who are different from us – a way of life that stands in stark contrast to the nihilism of those who attacked us on that September morning, and who continue to plot against us today.

In my inaugural address, I said that our patchwork heritage is a strength, not a weakness. We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus — and non-believers. We are shaped by every language and culture, drawn from every end of this Earth. That diversity can bring difficult debates. Indeed, past eras have seen controversies about the construction of synagogues or Catholic churches. But time and again, the American people have demonstrated that we can work through these issues, stay true to our core values, and emerge stronger for it. So it must be – and will be – today.

Tonight, we are reminded that Ramadan is a celebration of a faith known for great diversity. And Ramadan is a reminder that Islam has always been part of America. The first Muslim ambassador to the United States, from Tunisia, was hosted by President Jefferson, who arranged a sunset dinner for his guest because it was Ramadan—making it the first known iftar at the White House, more than 200 years ago.

Like so many other immigrants, generations of Muslims came here to forge their future. They became farmers and merchants, worked in mills and factories, and helped lay the railroads. They helped build America. They founded the first Islamic center in New York City in the 1890s. They built America’s first mosque on the prairie of North Dakota. And perhaps the oldest surviving mosque in America—still in use today—is in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Today, our nation is strengthened by millions of Muslim Americans. They excel in every walk of life. Muslim American communities—including mosques in all fifty states—also serve their neighbors. Muslim Americans protect our communities as police, firefighters and first responders. Muslim American clerics have spoken out against terror and extremism, reaffirming that Islam teaches that one must save human life, not take it. And Muslim Americans serve with honor in our military. At next week’s iftar at the Pentagon, tribute will be paid to three soldiers who gave their lives in Iraq and now rest among the heroes of Arlington National Cemetery.

These Muslim Americans died for the security that we depend upon, and the freedoms that we cherish. They are part of an unbroken line of Americans that stretches back to our Founding; Americans of all faiths who have served and sacrificed to extend the promise of America to new generations, and to ensure that what is exceptional about America is protected – our commitment to stay true to our core values, and our ability to perfect our union.

For in the end, we remain “one nation, under God, indivisible.” And we can only achieve “liberty and justice for all” if we live by that one rule at the heart of every religion, including Islam—that we do unto others as we would have them do unto us.

Thank you all for being here, and I wish you a blessed Ramadan. And with that, let’s eat!

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Over my sons dead body:

17 juli 2007

Bush like Hitler, says first Muslim in Congress

Filed under: Citater, Historie, Islam, Labaner, Politik, USA/Canada — Hodja @ 12:06

America’s first Muslim congressman has provoked outrage by apparently comparing President George W Bush to Adolf Hitler and hinting that he might have been responsible for the September 11 attacks.

Addressing a gathering of atheists in his home state of Minnesota, Keith Ellison, a Democrat, compared the 9/11 atrocities to the destruction of the Reichstag, the German parliament, in 1933. This was probably burned down by the Nazis in order to justify Hitler’s later seizure of emergency powers.

“It’s almost like the Reichstag fire, kind of reminds me of that,” Mr Ellison said. “After the Reichstag was burned, they blamed the Communists for it, and it put the leader [Hitler] of that country in a position where he could basically have authority to do whatever he wanted.”

Mere på Telegraph via curmudgeonly skeptical

22 december 2006

En påtroppende muslimsk politikers ønske om å avlegge sin ed med hånden på Koranen har utløst storm blant konservative amerikanere.

Filed under: Demografi, Immigration, Islam, Koran, Kristne, Politik, USA/Canada — Hodja @ 16:40

Mange av dem frykter at det truer amerikanske verdier og tradisjoner om Keith Ellison får avlegge eden med hånden på Koranen i stedet for Bibelen.

Den republikanske kongressrepresentanten Virgil Goode fra Virginia sa torsdag at om velgerne ikke støtter hans motstand mot innvandring,

«vil mange flere muslimer bli valgt som krever å bruke Koranen i offisielle seremonier».

Den ultrakonservative kommentatoren Dennis Prager gikk enda lenger enn Goode da han sa at Ellison burde kastes ut av Kongressen om han insisterer på å bruke Koranen.

Herr Ellison: Amerika, ikke du, bestemmer hvilken bok dens valgte tillitsmenn avlegger sin ed på,

sa han i en kommentar rettet mot Ellison, som kan spore sine familierøtter i USA tilbake til 1742.

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