Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles’

Constitution Replaced by Sharia Law

September 17, 2012

 

Well, maybe not yet, but this story in the Los Angeles Times leads me to wonder how long before it will be imposed on us.

Just after midnight Saturday morning, authorities descended on the Cerritos home of the man believed to be the filmmaker behind the anti-Muslim movie that has sparked protests and rioting in the Muslim world.Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies escorted a man believed to be Nakoula Basseley Nakoula to an awaiting car. The man declined to answer questions on his way out and wore a hat and a scarf over his face. He kept his hands in the pockets of a winter coat.

Sheriff’s officials could not be reached by The Times, but department spokesman Steve Whitmore told KNBC News that deputies assisting the federal probation department took Nakoula to the sheriff’s substation in Cerritos for interviewing.

Authorities waited until most media had left for the day to take Nakoula in.

Earlier Friday, sheriff’s deputies had to escort attorneys through a scrum of news cameras into Nakoula’s home. When the man was taken away early Saturday, authorities had to dodge only a lone photographer for The Times and a few lingering reporters.

Nakoula has told the Associated Press that he was a logistics manager on the “Innocence of Muslims” movie, not the director. He told a Coptic Christian bishop on Thursday that he had no role in it, the clergyman told The Times.

Nakoula is believed to use the alias Sam Bacile, which was the name a caller who took credit for the film gave to the AP and the Wall Street Journal.

On Friday, U.S. courts spokeswoman Karen Redmond said the Office of Probation in the Central District of California was reviewing whether Nakoula, who has been convicted on bank fraud charges, violated terms of his probation in relation to the video and its uploading onto the Internet.

He had been ordered not to own or use devices with access to the Internet without approval from his probation officer -– and any approved computers were to be used for work only. “Defendant shall not access a computer for any other purpose,” the terms read.

Restrictions were also placed on him enlisting others to get on the Internet for him.

How dare an infidel dog say or write anything the least bit uncomplimentary about the Holy Prophet Mohammed! It’s about time those dhimmis learned their place, right?

The truth is, that this film that no one has seen is not the cause of the unrest in the Islamic world, only a pretext. If this film hadn’t been made, they would have found some other excuse to riot and murder. That is why these acts of appeasement are ultimately futile. Nothing we do will ever satisfy them short of mass conversions to Islam and any act of what they see as weakness will only encourage more atrocities against us.

 

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Occupy Wall Street Anti-Semitism

October 13, 2011

Remember how the Main Stream Media insisted that the TEA party movement was racist, despite all evidence to the contrary. They even imagined that anti-Obamacare protesters shouted racial slurs at members of the Congressional Black Caucus. Amazingly no one managed to capture these comments on video, in an age when everybody has a camera in their cell phone.

Well, Zombie has some pictures of the good people at Occupy Los Angeles over at Pajamas Media. Apparently some of the people at the Occupy protests are just a little well anti-Semitic.

I am not quite sure these people represent 99% of the American population. Maybe 99% of Egypt or Saudi Arabia.

There’s more, including videos at Pajamas Media.

 

 

 

Maxine Waters and the Tea Party

August 22, 2011
Maxine Waters (D-CA), Member of the U.S. House...

As far as I am concerned, she can go to Hell

From (where else?) The Drudge Report. I think it would be fair to say that Rep. Maxine Waters is not a supporter of the Tea Party movement.

“I’m not afraid of anybody,” the California congresswoman told constituents in footage that appeared on ABC affiliate KABC in Los Angeles, not backing down from comments made about President Obama earlier in the week. “This is a tough game. You can’t be intimidated. You can’t be frightened. And as far as I’m concerned — the tea party can go straight to hell.”

Here is what she had to say about the L.A. riots back in 1992, according to Wikipedia,

Waters described the riots as a rebellion, saying “If you call it a riot it sounds like it was just a bunch of crazy people who went out and did bad things for no reason. I maintain it was somewhat understandable, if not acceptable.”

So, just to make things clear, in the liberal la-la land that Democrats like her inhabit, people peacefully assembling to petition the government are bad, people burning buildings and looting are good.

Glad we have that straight now.


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