Filed under: Islam and mosques, mayor bloomberg sells out, mosque at ground zero
PROTEST THE GROUND ZERO MOSQUE, FEBRUARY 3, 2011
We will be INSIDE at the Hearing
49-51 CHAMBERS STREET at 12:45 pm
The majority of New Yorkers oppose the Ground Zero mosque, and yet you support that offensive insult. 87% of New Yorkers want Wal-Mart, want jobs and low prices, and yet you waste precious taxpayer monies holding hearings, postponing hearings, to ban Wal-Mart. City shoppers could slash their grocery bills by 33 percent if retail giant Wal-Mart were permitted to open stores in the Big Apple, a Post analysis has found.
Who are you working for?
Christine Quinn shilling for the pro-sharia mega mosque is ……….. sad. What happens to those who share Quinn’s lifestyle in a Muslim country?
These are the times when you can affect change.
These are the events that can make a difference.
Please join us , TOMORROW, February 3rd, down town to protest the Ground Zero mosquestrosity.
The appointment of the latest imam, who is a fierce sharia advocate and has ties to WTC bomber co-conspirator Siraj Wahhaj, is another assault in the continuing 911 attacks on America. The Ground Zero stealth jihadists have applied for taxpayer funds to build their flag of conquest.
PROTEST THE GROUND ZERO MOSQUE!!
AND here is one more reason to support on Wal-Mart :
“We just felt it was the right thing to do,” Wal-Mart William C. Wertz, a spokesman for Wal-Mart on why they dropped plans for a proposed store near near a hallowed Civil War site.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has abandoned plans to build a store near a hallowed Civil War site. Sharif El-Gamal, are you listening? Wal-Mart has withdrawn plans to build a store near a hallowed Civil War site.That is what it means to be “American,” to be decent and compassionate. el Gamal could start building bridges and withdraw the Ground Zero mega-mosque.
But, with the recent release of e-mails that revealed a close relationship between Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office and the Islamic supremacist mega mosque, Cordoba, ninety pages of e-mails going back to 2009, show that Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and his wife Daisy Khan relied heavily on Bloomberg and City Hall for help, support, advice and assistance as they moved forward to build a 15-story mega-mosque on Ground Zero. It would seem ‘the fix is in’
No wonder the NYC Council is pushing the building of the Ground Zero mosque . Christine Quinn and her quisling council spit on the New Yorkers they were elected to represent (87% of polled New Yorkers want Wal-Mart’s jobs and cheap prices, and the majority of New Yorkers oppose a mega mosque on Ground Zero). Quinn has been very vocal in her support of the mega-mosque and fierce in her opposition to Wal-Mart (nuts).
The NYC Council even declared December 14th “Hate Wal-Mart day.”
Has the NYC Council declared “hate Jihad day” or “Hate Islamic Ethnic Cleansing Day” or “Hate the Islamic Slaughter of Christians, Jews, Hindus, Sikhs Day”?
Hate Wal-Mart Day — this is insanity!!
Ground Zero is the “nerve center” in the Islamic war on the West; the 15-story Mecca mosque on the Hudson should also be withdrawn, and the NYC government should be working to that end, not to ban Wal-Mart from our citizens.
Please join us in this protest. 70% of Americans and the majority of New Yorkers do NOT WANT the mosque at Ground Zero.
Interesting Update on Wal-Mart’s plan on how to Fight City Hall, (Love it, actually) From NY Daily News:
Philip Serghini, Walmart senior manager for community affairs, said in a letter to Council members that the company will skip Wednesday’s hearing. He also criticized the Council for picking on Walmart – even though other big chains like Target, Kmart and Costco already have stores in the city.
“The joint hearing …does not appear to consider the impact of the hundreds of N.Y.C. stores operated by these companies; rather it focuses solely on Walmart,” Serghini wrote.
“Since we have not announced a store for New York City, I respectfully suggest the committee first conduct a thoughtful examination of the existing impact of large grocers and retailers on small businesses in New York City before embarking on a hypothetical exercise,” Serghini wrote.
“For these reasons and more, we respectfully decline participation.”
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