Publius Huldah Explains Why Islamists Don’t Have the Right to Build Mosques, Proselytize Or Institute Sharia Law In America

Publius Huldah, a retired attorney, Constitutional scholar and a gracious contributor to Freedom Outpost, addressed the Act for America Chapter in Fayetteville, Tennessee recently and demonstrated that the First Amendment does not give Islamists the right to build mosques, proselytize, and institute Sharia law in the United States. She also took time to point out that multiculturalism is not and that Islam is not a peaceful religion.

"We face a grave threat," she began. "Islamists are infiltrating our country and taking over. Our Federal, state and local governments won't even acknowledge the threat."

Publius Huldah points out that the "Islamists seek to replace our Constitution, our religion and our culture with Sharia, their totalitarian political, economic, military, social and legal system. They are making progress and conquering our country because we are not resisting. We are not resisting because people actually believe Islamists have 'constitutional rights' to build mosques and proselytize here and that those who oppose them are haters, racists, xenophobes (someone who hates and fears other cultures), and intolerant."

"So the dreadful message we are getting from all sources, "she continues, "is that our Constitution renders us powerless to resist because, and this is the great lie, the First Amendment gives Islamists the right to do what they are doing and that oppose them are bad people."

Publius Huldah refers to our God given rights as our "shield" against the Islamic conquest in America and says that a proper understanding of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution is needed and this is what she then sets out to put forth. "Rights come from God. Rights do not come from the Constitution," she declared. "We cut our own throats, when we say that rights come from the Constitution. Our sword is our Constitution."

Publius Huldah then lists four provisions in the Constitution are available to stop the Islamic conquest in our country.

  • The "Supremacy Clause" in Article Six, clauses 2 and 3. Since the U.S. Constitution is the law of our land, there is not a corner of our country in which Sharia is not forbidden because it is contrary to the Constitution.
  • Article 1, Section 9, Clause 1 delegates the power to Congress to control immigration.
  • Article 4, Section 4 requires the Federal government to protect the states from invasion.
  • Article 1, Section 8, Clause 15 authorizes Congress to call forth the militia (the armed citizens) to suppress insurrections and repel invasion.

She then pointed out that we are allowing an Islamic invasion, and I'll add a Hispanic invasion as well, because we simply do not know what the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution says and that we have been "conditioned" to think that all cultures are equal and that nothing special happened when America was formed.

  • Publius Huldah then went on to point out that the prevailing dogma of our day is that multiculturalism, the belief that all cultures and religions are equal, is good, except for Western culture which is really, really bad. This is also tied to the rhetoric we hear being perpetrated that unrestricted immigration is a really, really good thing and those that oppose it are "bad people," because they are racists and xenophobes.
  • Second she points out the lie of Islam being a peaceful religion.
  • Finally, she pointed out a prevailing dogma that the First Amendment gives Islamists the right to build mosques, proselytize and institute Sharia.

The issue of multiculturalism was addressed first and Publius Huldah points out that those who have sought to destroy us have told us that we have been bad from our inception claiming the Founders had slaves, were bad to the Indians and so on. Because many of the founding principles have not been taught in the public education system for some time, there is no wonder that many do not understand them, but instead misrepresent them.

Because of the intimidation of multiculturalists, many are afraid to claim that the American culture was better in any respects to other cultures. However, Publius Huldah declares, "But we were the shining city on a hill. We were a Christian country, based on Judeo-Christian principles of morality and civil government." She pointed to the Declaration of Independence's reference to God as the Creator, Supreme Judge of the World and as our divine Protector. Article 7, just above the signatures, recognizes the Lordship of Jesus Christ she says.

Publius then quotes John Jay from Federalist 2 (additional citation mine):

"Providence has been pleased to give this one connected country to one united people -- a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in their manners and customs, and who, by their joint counsels, arms, and efforts, fighting side by side throughout a long and bloody war, have nobly established general liberty and independence."

While she does note that our culture was not perfect because man is fallen, the culture that had been established was superior to other cultures. Some of the things she specifically referenced of our imperfections was slavery. "We fixed that (the issue of slavery) at great cost, which is what a culture deserves when it violates God's laws," she said. However, she now points to the fact that we murder babies which must also be addressed.

"You can't protect your culture if you permit it to be overrun by people with different cultures who import their own inferior cultures and refuse to embrace your culture," she declared. "Our Framers knew this." This is why they put in writing Article 1, Section 9, Clause 1.

In 1965 multiculturalists insisted that we had to let anyone in. They hated our culture because it was based upon the Bible. They set out against our once Puritan, English speaking, and Christian culture with people from different cultures, religions, and languages who had no comprehension of limited, civil government set forth in the Constitution and Bible. It was Teddy Kennedy who pushed for the Immigration Act of 1965 and those that opposed it were silenced by being called names. It abolished the National Origins quota system which limited immigration primarily to those coming from cultures that were similar to ours.

"Multiculturalism never works. Cultures clash and the sub cultures who have the most children and are the most violent wipe out the host culture. It's happening in Western Europe."

Publius Huldah said that we don't need to import Mexican culture because it is a criminal culture and they need to work that out there, not import it into the U.S. "Why is it a good thing to import third world people who don't share our language, our culture or our values?" she asks.

With this she transitioned into the Islamic culture and told the audience she spoke to, "Look at the photos of the mutilated Muslim women who have been disfigured or murdered by their husbands, fathers and brothers. Look at the way they kill each other." She went on to speak about cultures and ethnicities and the need and provision for redemption through Jesus Christ being available to all men. The idea of allowing believers or those of similar culture in smaller numbers to immigrate here was to force them into the culture, not allow them to transform it. We wanted them to leave their former cultures, languages and such behind and embrace the American culture.

Publius Huldah then stated there wasn't a need to spend much time on the idea that Islam is a "peaceful religion." She then referenced Allen West as the only politician who has had the guts to tell the truth about this, though he did capitulate shortly before his re-election bid last year in a congressional letter. She pointed out that George W. Bush babbled about Islam being peaceful while Ron Paul tried to say their cruelties and actions were America's fault. Paul said what the CIA had said and that was the fact that 9-11 was part of "blowback," but I've never heard him defending their cruelties under Shariah or such, but the point is taken that Paul is naive about Islam. "Islam is not even a religion," she said. "Islam is a totalitarian system which controls every aspect of the lives of those who have the misfortune to be subjected to it. It masquerades as a religion in order to intimidate us and to claim what we have been told are First Amendment protection, but once we understand that Islam is just another vicious totalitarian system like Communism and Fascism, we can deal with it."

She then gave encouraging words to those willing to stand up and demand that those who are ignorant of Islamic history and what is taking place around the world today at the hands of Muslims. Publius Huldah encouraged people not to be afraid to call out the multiculturists and show them the photos of what Islam does to its women. "Remember," she said, "multiculturists are just ignorant little people who have repeated what they have been told."

She then took on the final lie in her presentation and that is that the First Amendment gives Islamists rights to build mosques, proselytize and institute Sharia. She then quotes the First Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Publius Huldah rightly points out that the First Amendment doesn't grant rights to anyone, but rather prohibits Congress from making laws about religion, speech, the press or assembly. The states retained powers to make laws about religion and speech. The states have always held that power and if you say they don't, then why is slander, libel, intentional affliction of emotional distress and other such "speech" considered criminal? It's because that is the states' powers retained under the Constitution. Many of the states, even following the ratification of the Constitution had established state religions.

Therefore, Islamists don't have a right to engage in any of their activities because the First Amendment restricts Congress, but not the states from dealing in matters of speech and religion. Also it does not put forth any right in the First Amendment.

Publius Huldah then points to the Declaration of Independence and states that it provides the source from where men's rights come from, God.

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men."

Therefore, any and all government are there to secure the rights God gave the people, and I'll add, to punish evildoers (Romans 13). They do this primarily by protecting us from those who seek to take from us our God given rights away from us. Liberty is God's model for society.

"Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof…"

--Leviticus 25:10

I would highly encourage you to listen to her entire speech. The words I've put together in this article cover up to about the 24 minute mark where she begins comparison of the Islamist culture to Christian culture. You will find it encouraging.

UPDATE: Many of you have asked how you can obtain a copy of the message in audio format to send to others, including local and state officials. Well, I have complied and added a downloadable mp3 file which you can share or put on CD and give out to educate the masses, including elected officials. Please feel free to download the file here or feel free to link to this article for friends to download from.

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  • Ted Sockwell

    Then I believe that we as a people should actively resist and run these bastards out of our country forever

  • Mike Viehl

    that goes for hasidic jews who do not assimilate and collect welfare for their 8 kids .
    tired of seeing the jewish community seperate from americans and using our benfits and freedoms

  • blackyb

    This woman belongs on the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • David

    I can see my comment was deleted because it opposes the viewpoint of the author as it is detailed here in this nonsensical piece of psuedo-intellectual bigotry. My earlier statement was direct but neither inflammatory or profane, yet the author or site moderator felt the need to remove it to maintain the illusion and safety of consensus. So many of you are so full of loyalty to your prejudices--so much so that in the absence of a good justification for them, you do everything in your power to find one or make one up-- just like here.

  • RPM

    Amendment I -

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of
    religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of
    speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and
    to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    As far as I know this Amendment is the only one that deals
    with religion. Yet there is no mention of any particular religion in it. Furthermore
    where in any of our national documents does it state that we are a Christian
    Nation or even mention the word Christianity? Further than that, where does it
    mention that any religion other than the Christian religion (including Islam)
    is forbidden?

    The United States used to be the land of the free and the home of the brave. Are we now to become the land of the religiously persecuted and the home of the paranoid?

    • Publius Huldah

      ...the Seventeenth Day of September in the Year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven.....

      Article VII, clause 2, U.S. Constitution.

      in the year of Our Lord! Gee! Who might that be?

  • David

    To Author: You are not superior to anyone.

    To People in support of this: You are a bunch of closed-minded group-thinking psuedo-intellectual bigots. You are undoubtedly all of Caucasian ancestry if you are supporting this. Not one of you or any of your ancestors are originally from this land. Not to mention when your ancestor's forcibly took this land from those who rightfully lived here, you committed terrible atrocities, and yet you complain about groups of people that peacefully want to live here but want a little protection from complete cultural assimilation. I thought that's what everyone moved here for in a historical sense.

    Why don't you all go back to watching daytime tv programs or something?

    • Kurt Swanson

      Your comment displays your profound ignorance of Islam. It is hardly 'hateful' to point out the truth about Islam. Just the opposite - it is out of love for others that we warn people of danger. Study the history of Islam for yourself; do not take anyone else's word for it. If you refuse, then you are guilty of the very bigotry and 'close-mindedness' that you accuse us of.

    • David

      I can't personally attest that I know more or less about Islam than you, nor am I interested in a competition of that sort. What I can assure you is I am not purely ignorant about the facets of Islamic religion or its history, including sociocultural effects of it in other nations where it is prevalent, good and bad.

      The fact that you think I need to know more to reject this line of thinking as I already have-- proves one thing-- most of your fellow supporters need to step back and do the same amount of research. I don't know if you think you can argue but if I pull a random ten people who oppose the right to build mosques and practice Islam-- even right off this thread-- they know less than you or me about the subject, no matter who knows more.

      So can you honestly tell me someone who knows little to nothing about a subject can make a sound judgement? Because a moment ago when you applied that logic to me, a member of your opposition. The answer was emphatically "no."

      Nice try. I do appreciate your manners and civility though. You have a right to fear their culture if you please. The constitution still stands, and the 1st amendment-- albeit not impervious to loopholes as pointed out by the author here-- is still intact.

  • Erik Osbun

    It's simple. The Muslims propose to overthrow our government. Therefore, outlaw them.

  • RobertNorwood

    True and it could be said it is a form of government - it has laws that dictate the civil courts. Also, both shitria and isalami (I get that right?) demand obedience over any governing body. There's no separation or distinction between mosque and state. By that simple explanation alone mosques and muslims should not be accorded the status and protections "true" religions enjoy here. Islam is the anus of religion.

  • alnga

    Our first line of defense of this Country and it's Constitution is prayer. Our second line of defense is as important it is Virtue.. Without Virtue you will be without Prayer and the Constitution. I refer you to 2chronicles 7:14.

  • John B Myers

    1/5 of Muslims are the army of darkness in revelation. What the Press and Clergy won't tell you is .....

  • Mary Laforet

    What a brave lady and I agree with her whole-heartedly...Islam has no place in our great country. Lets deport them all to where Chavez came from.


    I wish to hire her for a class action suit against the Federal Governement for violating my constitutional rights. On immigration , gun control, violation my states laws and allowing the take over by Islam

    • Brenda L. Herbert

      And mexico

  • Mitch A

    Our entire government is infected with the PC Virus and desperately needs a mega-dose of old fashioned American values inserted up their fourth point of contact.

  • vigilannie2


  • Jake McGrath

    I can't believe how ridiculous this article is, as well as the number of
    people who are just eating it up. Our country isn't under attack, or
    even under any sort of invasion. Muslim individuals who immigrate to
    the US aren't trying to destroy our nation, or our constitution either.
    May I remind you what the inscription on the statue of liberty says:

    "Give me your tired, your poor,

    Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,

    The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.

    Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,

    I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

    We are a nation founded
    on the belief that anyone can come to this nation and be just as free as
    you or me. Almost every new culture or race that has come into this
    nation has been, at one point in time or another, demonized by many of
    the residents who have forgotten that we are a nation of immigrants.
    Just because someone is a practicing Muslim doesn't mean that they are
    trying to destroy our nation; on the contrary, they're coming here to

    Also, may I remind everyone reading this of the Treaty of
    Tripoli. Submitted to the US Senate in 1797 by John Adams -- one of the
    Founding Fathers and President from 1797-1801 -- and unanimously
    ratified in that same year, the treaty has something that may surprise
    almost all of you here:

    "As the Government of the United States
    of America is not, in any sense,
    founded on the Christian religion,—as it has in itself no character of
    enmity against the laws, religion, or tranquility, of Mussulmen
    [Muslims],—and as the said States never entered into any war or act of
    hostility against any Mahometan [Mohammedan]
    nation, it is declared by the parties that no pretext arising from
    religious opinions shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony
    existing between the two countries."

    These are the words of the
    President of the United States in 1797! Our nation isn't falling apart
    because it has strayed from what it was originally intended to be. The
    founding fathers came set up the separation of church and state to get
    rid of religious persecution, not advocate for it.

    Here is a separate quote from Thomas Jefferson about the importance of the separation of church and state:

    “Religious institutions that use government power in support of
    themselves and force their views on persons of other faiths, or of no
    faith, undermine all our civil rights. Moreover, state support of an
    established religion tends to make the clergy unresponsive to their own
    people, and leads to corruption within religion itself. Erecting the
    'wall of separation between church and state,' therefore, is absolutely
    essential in a free society.”

    And another from James Madison:

    “The purpose of separation of church and state is to keep forever from
    these shores the ceaseless strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in
    blood for centuries.”

    Don't think for one second that Muslims, or
    any decent/respectful person for that matter, should not be allowed
    into our beautiful country due to their religious beliefs. Our Founding
    Fathers were tolerant of other people and religions, so why aren't you?

    • Mitch A

      Where have you been the last few years, PLuto? Or maybe your real name is Abduhl? You just espoused the exact thing the article was warning about, the refusal to see what is happening. WOW! And to your remark as to coming here and being free, yes, if you obey the "laws of the land". Do not come here to change America, come here to be a part of what it means to be an American.

    • alanaforsyth

      When your "religious beliefs" include killing all those who disagree with you, it's a no-brainer that you're not wanted and don't belong here.

  • Keith Johnson

    Can someone explain this..I thought it applied to just the Congress?

    The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights that prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.

    Originally, the First Amendment applied only to laws enacted by the Congress. However, starting with Gitlow v. New York (1925), the Supreme Court has applied the First Amendment to each state. This was done through the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, by what is called incorporation. The Court has also recognized a series of exceptions to provisions protecting the freedom of speech

  • David Clements

    Thank God for people with Guts! Those that say the truth and don't care if it offends the people it's directed at seem to be very rare these days. The Son of God was like this when He was on earth. He told the pompous religious leaders of the day what He thought of them and it was the truth. He told the lost and dying what it was they needed and it too was the truth. If we are followers of Jesus, we also should be truth speakers in every aspect possible. This country and this culture was meant to be envied and strived to be a part of. It seems that those who are jealous of what we've had here have tried to change and possibly destroy it instead of trying to join it.

  • ARMEDforcesOfGOD

    I am a Christian from a Muslim country. Everything this lady said is true. I had given up hope that anyone in the west will understand all this ever. I had come to terms with the fact that my children or grand children will one day have to live under Islam in USA - the way I did BUT unlike me my kids will have no hope of one day escaping alive to country where they'd be safe from Islam. There is a change in Muslim countries now they are advocating to move from regular jihad to population jihad against the infidels, because it is more affective against a militarily superior enemy (this is an age old Islamic tactic). Everybody should have at least 10 people be convinced about this real threat and with the help of minorities from Muslim countries it is very very possible to turn the tide. We are looking to help but we don't know who to go to and what to do. There is a need to organize and politically attack this threat right in the bud before its too late to even do anything about it e.g. ban such people or leaders under the guise of hate speech like they did in Australia and Europe - once that happens that is the point of no return. Intorduce people with the u tube video "Three things about Islam". Then tell them to listen to the warnings of Reformed Muslims (correct term for a true moderate muslim) and former Muslims like Irshaad Manji, Kemal Saleem, Feroj Foda, Ibn-Warraq, Mehmud Taha and Wafa Sultan. Then watch "the project" on the blaze tv . com

  • HerrCapitanFick

    You people gave them the right when you said come on into our country and you can do as you choose! You can steal from us give our children drugs, rape them you can even kill us, we don't mind the government says we have to be good to you people no matter what, and we believe everything they say because we're stupid!!!!! DUH!!!!!!!

  • Michael Skok

    So what are we suppose to do, uproot them and throw them out of the country?

    • ARMEDforcesOfGOD

      No! I am a Christian from a muslim country. We just need to stop from more muslims to come here. We should demand our leaders to support reciprocity when it comes to immigration and visa laws e.g. Saudi Arabia doesn't allow immigration then we should have the same laws at least for Saudis (with the exception of persecuted minorities from that country). Also we should inform others about this threat. There is a need to organize and politically attack this threat right in the bud before its too late to even do anything about it e.g. ban such people or leaders under the guise of hate speech like they did in Australia and Europe - once that happens that is the point of no return. Intorduce people with the u tube video "Three things about Islam". Then tell them to listen to the warnings of Reformed Muslims (correct term for a true moderate muslim) and former Muslims like Irshaad Manji, Kemal Saleem, Feroj Foda, Ibn-Warraq, Mehmud Taha and Wafa Sultan. Then watch "the project" on the blaze tv . com

    • Brenda L. Herbert

      Absolutely. Is that not what you do to an invader of your home? America is our home. Not theirs. You do not come into my home then try to tell me how to arrange my furniture.