Skip to comments.Need to look beyond local area for clarity ['Islamofascists did not take a holiday vacation']
Posted on 01/13/2012 2:29:40 PM PST by Milagros
Need to look beyond local area for clarity January 07, 2012 9:00 AM To the editor:
The number of letters to the editor, pro and con, regarding Sheriff Ed Browns ads is consoling. It indicates that there are citizens who are paying attention to current events; however, this issue pales in the light of a greater issue in which few citizens appear to take an interest specifically, the survival of America as the democratic republic intended by our founders that most of us love and will protect. Whether or not such ads are constitutional could be academic in the not too distant future if we dont pull our heads out of the sand and acknowledge national current events as well as local ones.
We are blessed to live in the greatest country in the world and recently had the unimpeded freedom to celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah, or not celebrate at all, as our conscience directed us. We had the constitutional freedom to choose without a governmental or religious force telling us how we must worship.
While we are happily going about our merry way doing our thing, most of us are totally naïve to the facts that there are forces at work that are bent upon destroying that freedom of choice and the Judeo-Christian principles upon which our beloved nation was founded. Islamofascists did not take a holiday vacation as many of us did. They are at work every day clandestinely infiltrating the culture of our nation, planting seeds of discord with the avowed purpose of replacing our constitutional law with Shraia law.
Before some of the strict religionists reading this get excited that I am attacking another religion, that is not the case. I am pointing a finger at the tyranny of Islamofascism and not the religion per se. If you think that the acts of terrorism that you do hear about are happening somewhere else, in some other country, you are naively mistaken. What is going to take for most to acknowledge what may of us recognize?
By attending the next ACT! for America seminar on Jan. 12, 7 p.m at the Ascension Lutheran Church, 1915 Gum Branch Road, (corner of Gum Branch and Plantation, diagonally across from River of Life Church) you will learn about creeping Sharia, cultural jihad by stealth, honor killing and more alarming facts about Sharia law which the infiltrating Islamists are attempting to establish in place of constitutional law. You will learn startling facts that you have not seen or heard in any media because it is politically incorrect to hurt anyones feelings, even though its OK to hurt the feelings of the vast majority of us.
ACT! for America is the nations fastest growing non-partisan, nonprofit, all volunteer groups of citizens who are aware of the facts and are concerned about the perils facing our nation and are speaking out against and resisting the rising tide of Islamofascism and the political correctness that excuses it, rationalizes it, dismisses it or blames America for it.
This is not a religious service. Everyone is invited to attend. We are blessed to live in the greatest country in the world and need the support of everyone who professes to love America to keep it that way while we still have the freedom to do so.
Chris Parr Jacksonville
Editors note: For additional information contact Chris Parr, ACT! for America, Jacksonville chapter; email ACTJaxNC@ec.rr.com
A watchdog group that monitors separation of church and state issues is again questioning Onslow County Sheriff Ed Browns use of his title and office logo in newspaper ads they say promote Christianity. The group, Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation, complained last month that Brown was using his elected position to unconstitutionally proselytize residents with his religious-themed ads in local newspapers, including The Daily News.
Keep up the good fight!
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