Sunday, July 21, 2013

Voiceless No More

Subject: TCPJ Newsletter #81 - Voiceless No More


Lawfare as used by Muslim Brotherhood groups and the Left, to try and silence speech critical of Islam, doesn't always work .  But that doesn’t stop Islamists, the mainstream media and the Left even if it means eroding the right of protected political speech.

For Tennessee’s AMAC members it was not enough that their June 4th speaker, FBI special agent Ken Moore is an apologist for the Muslim Brotherhood and his comments were biased and untrustworthy.  Agent Moore helped purge FBI training materials about the Muslim Brotherhood and sharia.

AMAC and the DOJ’s lawyers are committed to subverting everyone’s constitutionally protected free speech rights to insure that Muslims in Tennessee can feel respected, aren’t offended or made to feel uncomfortable.  As DOJ lawyer Bill Killian made clear, he intends use hate speech as evidence in a hate crime prosecution – First Amendment be damned!

Whether the lack of fact-based training on political sharia is due to materials being sanitized, political correctness or Islamist obstruction, Killian and his ilk will be hard pressed to figure out what is fact and what is opinion.  His only self-serving option will be to label anything perceived to be non-complimentary to Muslims and Islam as “hate speech”.

The director of (Hamas) CAIR St. Louis would likely help Killian find any and all anti-Muslim “hate speech” on the internet.  CAIR St. Louis wants Muslim youth to monitor social media and report “anti Islamic and anti Muslim content on the internet to appropriate authorities to take action to remove it and go after those who post it online and prosecute and take actions according to the Shariah ruling."


In Manchester, TN on June 4th, 2013, attendees made it clear that they will not stand silent while the Muslim Brotherhood and federal apologists try to trample protected speech.  It’s doubtful that Killian’s threat of prosecution will work either.

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