Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Trade Center Death Nothing To Do With Muslims

Some of you may have seen this before I've posted it and some of you may not have. The wonderful, peaceful, never responsible, and never wrong, religion of Islam is being assaulted yet again.

Peter Gadiel wants everyone to remember his son, James, who was killed during the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Photobucket

Let me be the first to step up and say "How Dare He!"

And he also wants people to remember how he died: "Murdered by Muslim terrorists."

That's just ignorant, Muslim terrorists had nothing to do with September 11th! ...Wait, you say it was terrorists and that they were all Muslims? So I guess that would make them Muslim terrorists then... Still, that's ignorant, and hateful to point out the truth because some people don't like the truth!

Gadiel feels that a tribute to his son would be incomplete without those words. He said "I think it's important, because I think there's a nationwide effort to suppress the identity of the people who were involved in the attacks," Gadiel told Fox News.

That doesn't make any sense. Islam is most merciful... the religion of peace even. Why would a peaceful and merciful religion need to have anything suppressed to protect it? It's constant, consistent, merciful, peaceful actions will speak for it, they will speak over any uncommon occurrence perpetrated by some loosely associated fringe radical group. It's not like the only news available to publish about Islam is related to ignorance, oppression, violence, and hateful fits directed at anybody who isn't muslim. I can think of thousands... hundreds... tens... ok, actually I can't think of any examples of anything good Islam has done at the moment but I'll work on that.

23-year-old James Gadiel worked for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 103rd floor of the World Trade Center. He died when a hijacked plane crashed into the North Tower. For years, Gadiel's hometown of Kent, Conn., has wanted to honor the young man with a memorial plaque next to its town hall. But the tribute has hit a snag because James' father wants to include the phrase, "Murdered by Muslim terrorists," under his son's name.

He's hateful and Islamophobic! He has an irrational fear of a religion that has never done a thing to cause fear... except for crashing those planes, bombing subways and embassies in several countries, beheading several people from several countries, stabbing and/or shooting a few people to death for "insulting their religion," being named time after time (greatly disproportionate to natives) rape crimes in a few European countries, rioting, protesting and preaching in public about how Islam will destroy the west. No, this guy is just Racist against the Islamic race. They can't help their religion color, they were born into the race of Islam.

Gadiel said "It isn't just overlooked, it's suppressed," Gadiel said. "It's simply wrong to imply that people just died. The buildings didn't just collapse, they didn't just fall down — they were attacked by people with a specific identity, a specific purpose." Town officials call the phrase too controversial for a small town memorial, and they recently voted against erecting the plaque if Gadiel insists on the language. The town officials are imagined as saying "good Dhimmis musn't speak up against Islam even when it is at fault because Islam is special, superior, protected, and beyond criticizm."

"We perceive ourselves as a very warm, loving town," said Ruth Epstein, "We have at least one Muslim family living here with children and it — it would be just awful to have them see something like that,"

That would be awful if a Muslim child were caused to think about something uncomfortable... far more awful than somebody's American child dying violently in a giant fucking fireball caused by Members of that poor offended Muslim child's peaceful religion.

"We have no need for truth here if it might make for any discomfort ever." the spokes-lady should have said. A Kent selectman and one of two town leaders to vote the plaque down. "To disparage any one ethnic group is just against everything that we stand for here." He failed to finish that statement so I will for him. "Any 'ethnic' group can do whatever it is that you feel like doing and use any excuse you like and we will quietly accept it and continue to tell you how special you are and reiterate how it must be somehow our fault."

Epstein noted that other Sept. 11 memorials, like the one at the Pentagon, don't mention Muslim terrorists, and she said she does not want to alienate any members of her small and close-knit community. Which is funny because Muslims never seem to have any problem with alienating anybody else when it comes to making their point. Then again that's just if you find protests, riots, bombings, stabbings, shootings, and sawing off heads to be alienating activities. Of course I know they don't all do it, many more don't do that. The funny thing is that of those many who don't actually participate in the activity, 90% also refuse to condemn it, or even acknowledge it at all. No rage when thousands of people (Non-Muslims) are killed but get the hell out of the way if somebody draws a cartoon of the Prophet (mental patient) Muhammad.

But for Gadiel, it's an important message that he insists be present on any tribute to his son. "Muslims have to acknowledge that it was their co-religionists who committed this act in their name," he said. "I am offended that unlike so many others, they refuse to acknowledge that it was their people who did this."

Can you really question this? Is that not absolute truth? Would any rational party who was without guilt feel offended by this. I wouldn't be offended if "white nationalists" committed some crime and the news pointed it out... at least, not if the same rules applied to all groups. There should be no argument. Pointing out the root of the problem, recognizing the root of the problem is the only way to fix it.

6 comments:

Muslims Against Sharia said...

MASH message for Peter Gadiel:

Dear Mr. Gadiel,

You said: "Muslims have to acknowledge that it was their co-religionists who committed this act in their name." We couldn't agree with you more. Please know that there are Muslims who are disgusted with Kent officials' cowardice. Without acknowledging what happened on 9/11, there is no way forward. Germany acknowledged the Holocaust and other atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis in WWII and Germans became a better people for it. We would like to add our voices to your demand that "Murdered by Muslim terrorists" be added on your son's memorial plaque.

Respectfully,

Muslims Against Sharia

http://muslimsagainstsharia.blogspot.com/2009/10/father-of-911-victim-fights-to-have.html

Dillinger said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Dillinger said...

Your comment shows exactly the attitude that we see almost never. If actually mean what you say, if others do as well, then that is what we need. Unfortunately there are far too many groups like CAIR who say one thing and do the opposite. Too many groups, too many individuals who say what they need to to fly under the radar and continue to undermine Western society. What you say sounds good but until the larger group as a whole takes action there will be no positive result. Acknowledging the acts are a start but they do no good until Muslims stand up amongst themselves and stop the acts, stop the victim game, and start attempting to integrate, get along, and most importantly, stop trying to influence the way non muslims live simply because they may not agree with it.

Muslims Against Sharia said...

"Unfortunately there are far too many groups like CAIR who say one thing and do the opposite."

You're right. However one of the main reasons groups like CAIR prosper is because they are embraced by the government while groups like MASH are completely ignored.

Dillinger said...

I must admit, I know nothing of your group. I have barely heard of your group even in passing comments. I do not doubt that there are large beurocratic walls that purposefully keep it this way. I will also admit that I'm still skeptical because I've seen little but hollow words making the exact same statements time and again. I honestly do make a point of keeping an open mind as much so as possible and I will research your group. If you truly do as you say then I commend you and urge you to carry on because the stakes are great. I shall withold further judgment until I know more of the facts.

Muslims Against Sharia said...

All you need to do is to Google the name of the group to see how much crap we get from Islamists, dhimmis, and Islamophobic nutjobs. We seem to hit the nerve of every degenerate there is. That should give you an idea who we are. Also, check out this list.