Hodjanernes Blog

23 oktober 2010

Juan Williams om sin egen sag

Juan Williams talks about being fired by NPR and the Muslim Organization, CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations), that demanded action be taken against him for speaking honestly about his fear of Muslims when flying.

21 oktober 2010

Sandheden er ilde hørt (relativt)

Og her er kvinden, der fyrede Williams:

NPR får offentlige tilskud:

27 april 2009

Denne video er fra 1994!

This is the notorious 1994 episode of Frontline about violent Islamic militants in America, bracketed by post-9/11 footage of that disaster and the U.S. attack in Afghanistan.

Hidden cameras inside *American* mosques reveal Islamic militants raising funds for Hamas, baying for the blood of Jews. Even something so innocent as a summer camp for boys is turned into terror training by these apostles of jihad. (Catch the little arab boy hissing “Butcher the Jews!” during that segment.)

Evidence is also offered suggesting that the first World Trade Center bombing was plotted and funded inside the U.S.

At the end, the narrator assures us that Islam itself does not condone the violent jihad that American Muslims are being called to. This is baldly untrue, based on the Koran and the Hadiths and a quarter century of painful experience, but that issue needs its own video, so it doesn’t much matter here.

It’s hard to believe that PBS once actually aired this mortal sin against multi-cultism. Complaints against its creator, Steve Emerson, from well-funded American Muslim groups helped get him blacklisted from NPR’s All Things Considered for a while.

Less subtle disapproval from less savory Muslims nearly landed him in the FBI’s witness protection program. In response to the (non-existent) oppression of Muslims in America, PBS this past year aired its infamous pro-Islam infomercial, in which American Muslims are portrayed as no different from anyone else save for headgear and cuisine. It ain’t so, and this film shows why. As Paul Harvey says, it is _not_ one world.