That ridiculous statement came from Muslim Brotherhood Leader in Sudan Sheikh Sadeq Abdallah bin Al-Majed during an interview on Al-Jazeera TV dealing with Darfur. That’s not all he said. There’s this gem from him, “Islam does not permit a non-Muslim to rule over Muslims.”
Here’s one. If Islam wants to control the world both physically and spiritually, and blow up people trying to accomplish that goal, does defending yourself against that constitute a War on Islam? Isn’t a War for Islam more correct?
One of my favorite professors in real-life and on talk radio, is Dr. Walter E. Williams. “Black by popular demand” is a slogan he uses when guest-hosting for Rush. Regardless of your opinion of talk radio and the many and varied radio personalities, Dr. Williams puts the whole phony controversy into perspective which is something the mainstream media cannot be accused of doing.
Over the span of some 20 years, Rush has been attacked from just about every leftist corner, as would anyone who tirelessly espoused the founding principles of our nation â€” private property, rule of law and limited government. What has made Rush so effective with this message has been his ability to put things, and ask questions, in a manner that the average citizen can understand and relate to, and do so with a bit of humor. Humor creates madness among leftists who want their interventionist agenda taken seriously.
The Pensacola News Journal became their own version of ‘deep throat’ last week when they outed a poster on one of their forums. Now a week later they still find themselves defending that action. The nut of the PNJ’s position is this:
Not only did Godzilla support Bergosh’s positions, he even praised him(self) by name. Does anyone, Bergosh included, not understand the deception involved? But he was outraged to be exposed.
Who’s “deception” tramples freedom of speech? Bergosh’s, or the newspaper’s? It wasn’t that long ago that a President of the United States was given kudos by the media for how well he could lie. He was called clever for that. Now, a forum poster gives his real identity a pat on the back and its like he cut off some one’s leg.
I couldn’t let this pass, my response in their forum follows.
The so-called mainstream media (MSM) was all over Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez speech, or so you may have thought. We heard his criticism of the Bush administration for inadequate strategy and prosecution of the war. But these so-called journalists couldn’t bring themselves to tell you what else Sanchez had to say in the same Q&A session at the Military Reporters & Editors convention last week.
For starters . . .
Sanchez opened by criticizing the U.S. news media, saying he was unfairly labeled “a liar” and “a torturer” because of the Abu Ghraib scandal, and he alleged that the media have lost their sense of ethics. He said that members of the media blow stories out of proportion and are unwilling to correct mistakes, and that the “media environment is doing a great disservice to the nation.”