Roger Anghis

I know that there are those that think that we can live in peace alongside those that hate us but history proves that theory wrong.  To understand how America became great we have to understand the mindset of the Founders concerning the people that immigrated here.  We are a special nation that from our begging afforded the immigrant something no other nation offered, the right to pursue their dream of freedom, business opportunities that allowed them to reap a profit for their labor that wasn’t taken by the government.  Today we aren’t as free as then, but we still have the right to become an entrepreneur to fail or succeed depending on how hard we are willing to work.  No other nation in those during our Founding Era allowed this.

But there were stipulations to immigrating here that were in place that Teddy Roosevelt plainly stated in a speech in 1907: “In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American and nothing but an American…There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag… We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language… and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”[1]

Many that immigrate here today expect the government to give them housing, food, an education, healthcare and anything else they desire to have.  The big problem here is the Democrats and a few Republicans have allowed this to happen.  It should not be.  But worse is the fact that we are allowing migrants from nations that hate us and refuse to assimilate, demand that we allow them to live by the laws of the nation they came from even though they violate the laws of our Constitution.  These people are primarily if not totally muslims.  They want to live by shariah law.  Okay, go back to where you came from and live away.  What they have done is migrated here and then demand that we live by their archaic and barbaric shariah law.

They don’t like pork so they attempt to remove it from our society.  There is a case in Texas where muslims bought a property next to a pig farm that had been there for 200 years and then demanded that the farmer move because the pig offended the muslims. A pig farmer in Katy, Texas, was unhappy when an Islamic group moved in nearby and asked him to leave (video below).

Craig Baker said that when the Katy Islamic Association moved into his area, they told him the pigs on his family’s 200-year-old farm needed to go. In response, Baker decided to stage pig races on his property every Friday, the day Muslims consider a day of prayer.

The association planned to build a mosque and community center on the 11 acres they bought next to Baker’s farm. Baker said the association knew what they were signing up for when they bought the property, and that it wasn’t fair of them to ask him to remove his pigs or move.

“I am just defending my rights and my property,” he told Fox News. “They totally disrespected me and my family.” [2]   This isn’t assimilation, this is cultural jihad!

In Dearborn, MI there is a NoGo Zone.  You don’t walk dogs in that area, or you will be attacked by muslims.  White women don’t walk through that area unless they are covered in a sheet or they will be attacked and raped.  McDonald’s is forced to sell hamburgers with halal meat.[3] There is talk of making laws that initiate shariah law into our justice system.  The totalitarian tendencies of the Left become more obvious by the day, as the Washington Post continues to cover itself in glory. Richard Stengel is a former editor of Time Magazine and was the State Department’s undersecretary for public diplomacy and public affairs from 2013 to 2016. In this piece, he says the First Amendment is an “outlier” and calls for “hate speech” laws that would criminalize, among other things, the burning of Qur’ans.

Stengel claims that he is a convert to authoritarianism, a former believer in the freedom of speech: “When I was a journalist, I loved Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.’s assertion that the Constitution and the First Amendment are not just about protecting ‘free thought for those who agree with us but freedom for the thought that we hate.’”

His conversion came as a result of his world travel. Travel is supposed to be broadening, but in Stengel’s case, it was narrowing. He says that even as he went around the world defending the freedom of speech, he came to despise that freedom: [4] Keep in mind that is muslim countries if you are caught with a bible, the real Word of the real God, they confiscate it, burn it and put you in jail.  If we treated them here as they treat us in their native country they would go nuts.  Also remember when the muslims are in the minority they are obsessed with minority rights. When muslims are in the majority, there are no minority rights!

We can’t sit back and ignore what is happening in America. We must stand up for our country, our culture and our rights. I don’t care what offends a muslim if it is within the constitutional rights laid out by the Founders. If they demand that we allow shariah and then do, they will demand that we live by it also. That is not assimilation.  That is cultural jihad and we must resist it at all costs.

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Foot Notes

  1. https://www.truthorfiction.com/roosevelt-immigration/
  2. https://www.opposingviews.com/category/muslims-demand-pig-farmer-move-he-has-perfect-response-video
  3. https://www.theunitedwest.org/2018/04/12/dearborn-michigan-americas-biggest-muslim-no-go-zone-what-could-2018-elections-bring/
  4. https://www.jihadwatch.org/2019/11/obama-state-department-official-calls-for-criminalization-of-burning-the-quran
  5. Defining America’s Exceptionalism, Roger Anghis (Westbow Press, Bloomington, IN) pp. 154-155
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