Skip to comments.Thousands protest 9/11 Mega-Mosque: the video
Posted on 06/07/2010 11:16:08 AM PDT by GonzoII
The crowd at our SIOA freedom rally in New York yesterday against the planned Ground Zero mega-mosque was about 5,000 people or larger, as you can see from this video (thanks to Smart Guy). This video alone belies the mainstream media and Islamic supremacist liars who are reporting that the crowd numbered only a thousand, or even in the hundreds.
Videos of various speakers are coming soon.
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It was a great rally
Can I say that our America is on the road to healing itself? We must stand and fight these muslim hordes who are damaging this great nation everyday and in any way they think they can. God Bless one and all!
The UK already has 85 sharia courts - we cannot allow these islamic terrorists any more foothold in America. But even more so, this mosque must NOT be built!!!!
Robert Spencer and Pam Geller are awesome.
1. Organize another mass protest
2. Go to the actual mosque construction site and not
3. Everybody bring at least 2 packages of sliced bacon
We can shut this puppy down faster than you can say “Peace Be Upon Him”...
That they are...and special kudos and “God Bless” to Pam Geller - a true American patriot! God Bless her!
I’d save the bacon and dog poop to add to the cement if this ever gets constructed. Perhaps the protest needs a festive flair...how about roasting a hog near the site?
Excellent idea, but the NYPD will never issue a permit for a crowd that size on that street. Park Place is far too small for that, and there would be major overflow into at least one of the major streets on either side of Park Place.
But it was a very good rally and it was heartening to see people even blocks away (on their way to or from it) with signs and US flags.
How about some burka-clad Rockettes?
The women should make some homemade burkas out of anything they have around the house - old drapes, sheets, shower curtains, checkered tablecloths...
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