Muslims in America want you to think they are oppressed, marginalized, and so mistreated they deserve to be a protected class. It’s working too. Now cities such as Boston and San Francisco are putting up posters in public places that describes how average citizens can spot an incident of Islamophobia that may be occurring, and rush to their aid to distract the bad guy.
There are several things wrong with this, as it promotes the protection of one set of community members rather than all. Are there posters depicting how to fend off attacks to the homeless, or senior citizens? What about women and children?
Muslims have an agenda, and portraying themselves as constant victims, they have been able to garner the sympathy of many foolish Americans. Yes, there are offenses that happen to Muslims, but every single incident is not a hate-crime.
In an article written by Camila Domonoske, a reporter for NPR news, its states: “Lisa Creamer, of Boston station WBUR, reports that Boston’s poster initiative “follows recent charges against a man for allegedly yelling anti-Muslim slurs at a 61-year-old woman who was wearing a headscarf and riding the Orange Line.”
The article further goes on with this from Yusufi Vali , “The Boston-Muslim community is feeling what the rest of the nation is feeling: a lot of uncertainty and a sense of insecurity“. Ironic they would interview Vali, the executive director of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, former home to the Tsarnev Brothers, the Boston Marathon bombers. The runners in that days marathon weren’t entitled to be a protected class. There were no posters for them.
The constant portrayal of Muslims being victims, is all part of their plan to silence those speaking out against Islam. The more **crimes reported with Muslims as victims, the more sympathy and support they receive. That in turn lends support to their goal to have hate redefined and made criminal.
While it may only be a resolution H.Res.257 – Condemning hate crime and any other form of racism, religious or ethnic bias, discrimination, incitement to violence, or animus targeting a minority in the United States, is a slippery slope.
In the United States, we have laws. While everyone agrees hate is not good, hate is being redefined. If you don’t agree with, tolerate, or validate, Muslims, or movements such as Black Lives Matter, and others who claim to be “marginalized”, you are a hater.
Posters, and resolutions are nothing more than coddling the ideology and agenda of those who want to dismantle and destroy America. Enough is enough
** To see an ever growing list of false reports exposed check out