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May 07 2012

Event in Defense of US Constitution Shut Down at Behest of CAIR

A recent event in Michigan intended to inform the public regarding the threat Islamic encroachment presents to our constitutional liberties succeeded more dramatically than its organizers intended.

In the middle of an event to extol the virtues of the U.S. Constitution and “American Laws For American Courts,” the audience learned first-hand how easy it is to lose their freedom of Speech and Assembly.

Amid shouts of “What about free speech?” from the audience, the Allegan Police Department ordered the event shut-down. School officials notified police that they had received a letter complaining about the event from Dawud Walid, Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MI). The letter asked the school to disallow the event despite an existing contract. CAIR was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism funding trial in U. S. history, U.S. v. Holy Land Foundation.

CAIR is a front group for the Islamic terror outfit Hamas.

The event in question, entitled, “Constituting Michigan – Founding Principles Act” took place on January 26, 2012 at an Allegan High School auditorium which had been rented by Willis Sage.

The purpose of the event was to inform the public about the importance of honoring the United States Constitution, to recognize the internal threat to America posed by radical Muslims and the dangers to our free society caused by the imposition of Sharia law.

Mission accomplished, with an assist from CAIR and the dhimmified authorities.

Why did CAIR and its lackeys shut down the event?

Police gave as their reason, the appearance of one of the featured speakers, Kamal Saleem, a former Muslim terrorist who converted to Christianity. Saleem has spoken at numerous high schools and universities, Christian churches and Jewish temples across the nation.

Unlike Europe, we’re still at the stage where apostates and “Islamophobes” are silenced rather than killed.

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On a tip from Smorfia48.

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