Pamela Geller gave her report of how she overcame the Arizona chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations attempt to keep her from speaking to the Red Mountain Tea Party, including providing death threats. Even though Geller was clear in her position and exposing Islam, reporters continue to paint her in a bad light. The Phoenix News Times has not only done that, but they are paving their hate-filled road of The Sons of Liberty's Bradlee Dean into Arizona.
Phoenix News Times reporter Ashley Cusick reported on Geller's meeting writing, "In the end, the tension was far greater online than at the event itself. No one came out to protest Geller's speech and there was no security to be seen at the school. If people indeed brought guns, they weren't visible."
In fact, Cusick wrote of Geller, "She paused to allow for audience laughter, before calling CAIR an un-indicted co-conspirator in the September 11 attacks."
It's almost as if it's being written that this isn't a true statement, but it is. See for yourself here.
Cusick then went on to write:
"I came to speak to a room full of happy warriors, and they can't even tolerate that," she later said, noting her surprise that there weren't any protesters--"maybe because I gave a warning that this is a gun state."
The rest of Geller's speech involved a history of her controversial anti-Islam ad campaign, calls for mosques to be monitored and an end to Common Core, long diatribes against the "ene-media," and a warning that "you won't like what comes after America."
When an audience member asked if moderate Islam is a gateway drug to radical Islam, Geller said, "There is no moderate Islam."
Geller asked her audience to use all the things she'd taught them to fight what she called "the mosque-ing" of America.
"People, it's like they are like Helen Keller and someone moved the furniture," she said. "They know something is wrong and they are looking for answers. Be their answer."
She then ended by pointing to the fact that Bradlee Dean will be delivering the TKO at the Red Mountain Tea Party's next featured event at East Valley High School on November 10, as he will be exposing the truth of America's history. However, she added the little jab in that Dean's "'You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International' group has also been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center."
So, why put designations about the SPLC's hate group? My guess is it's because Cusick approves of the SPLC. However, consider that the SPLC isn't about monitoring what they self-proclaim "hate groups" to be.
"Sometimes the press will describe us as monitoring hate crimes and so on…I want to say plainly that our aim in life is to destroy these groups, to completely destroy them."—Mark Potok, director of intelligence at Southern Poverty Law Center.
The SPLC labels Pamela Geller, Bradlee Dean and groups like the Family Research Center as those that "hate," but they don't label people like Floyd Lee Corkins (who used their "hate list" to target his enemies) or the militant sodomite Dan Savage (Who licked door handles to make people sick, declared he wanted to rape Rick Santorum and called for mandatory abortions) in such terms. Why is that? It's because they are seeking to self-determine what's "acceptable" hate from those who are telling the truth, whether it's about Islam, sodomy or any other evil in this world.
They are merely taking up the doctrine of Saul Alinsky in Rules for Radicals:
"Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it…Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions. This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works."
The real hate group is none other than the SPLC.
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