Skip to comments.A Shameful State Department Initiative
Posted on 12/12/2011 10:02:44 AM PST by Nachum
Today the Islamized State Department will be meeting with the Islamic supremacist Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to discuss strategies and develop action plans in which to impose the restriction of free speech (or blasphemy, as truthful speech about Islam is considered in Islamic law) under the Sharia here in America.
Photos accompanying news reports about the upcoming meeting shows Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with OIC Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu at a meeting last summer in Istanbul. Such prominence is given to this totalitarian organization. That photo reminds me of Neville and Adolf.
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Since it is against the US Constitution this will
be adopted by Sec. of State, then Obama, then the
DOJ, then SCOTUS.
Not one of them care who attacked America on 911
and over and over and over and over, since then.
They can write all of their little laws all they want. They will never shut me up.
This is one of the most horrifying bits of news i`ve read lately. hopefully after 2012 we can clean house of barry and his minions. the thought of my children and grandchildren growing up under sharia laws scares the crap out of me. i fear our children will be the one to really suffer if we dont run the commies out of town in 2012.
Ready on point!
The only way this meeting should have opened was as follows, “we are here to discuss America, the Constitution, freedom of speech and the obvious contradiction they have to the bloodthirsty, barbaric and backward Islamic ideology.
Hillary spanks America - again. She was stopped from being president, so she's lit the world on fire. Now she's figured out a way to help impose sharia on America. And this is as SoS. What would she have done as president?
People who think Obama is bad are utterly clueless as to the real threat. Hillary was supposed to be president, and if she had been... well for one thing, FR wouldn't exist at this point, that's for damn sure.
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