I came across this little gem today and thought I'd share this book review of Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance:
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June 28, 2012 The Kelley Commentator
Pamella Geller’s book, Stop the Islamization of America, published last year, grows more important each year given the events taking place both in the Muslim world and inside the USA. She writes that Fort Hood Massacre is just one of the 15,000 Muslim attacks worldwide since 9/11. The war is not subsiding. It is growing in intensity.
With over 2,300 mosques now operating inside the U.S. and with Saudi-financed mega-mosques gaining construction approvals all across our heartland, Geller is causing some Americans, outside the mainstream media, to understand how greatly Islam has already compromised our government. Her book is filled with shocking examples of how Muslim pressure groups and Islamic rogues are gaining ground, taking territory in their quest to impose their brutal mores upon this country. She makes it clear that American-based Islamicist act with impunity and flaunt our law daily.
Her description of the Molly Norris case should awaken every thinking American to the danger we face from relentless Islamic coercion. She writes that an unknown Seattle cartoonist had to go into the witness protection because she dared to initiate “Everyone Draw Muhammad Day,” a response to the Muslim death threats against the producers of Comedy Central …So Norris had to change her name, leave her job, her home, her life, at her own expense because jihadists holding the world hostage were…offended.
Only the most ideologically challenged reader could disagree with her conclusion. The Norris’ story should have been front page news all across the country. But instead, the obsequious main stream media succeeded in making sure the American public not only did not hear her story but, more importantly, what it meant.
What is the meaning of the Norris story? It means that our indigenous jihadists are already strong enough to make anyone of us who opposes their murderous supremacist agenda, flee for our lives into anonymity. Our law enforcement agencies, at least under this president, are too feckless and too comprised to protect us. As Geller’s book makes plain, we are losing ground to the Muslim supremacists among us because all that evil requires in order to prevail is for good men to do nothing.
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