September 11, 2010: Huge protest at Ground Zero against 9/11 Victory Mosque

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend a massive protest this September 11th at Ground Zero. The issue is the proposed construction of an 11 story mega-mosque within steps of the hole in the ground that used to be the World Trade Centre.

The proposed $120 million dollar mega-mosque is being funded by the same people who bring you jihad on a daily basis. The mosque will be viewed by millions of jihadist Muslims as a victory monument to jihad and 9/11 – and that is the intent no doubt.

Freedom of Religion is guaranteed under the Constitution of the United States and that includes the right to build a church or a mosque anywhere. No one is suggesting that Muslims don’t have a right to build the 9/11 mosque or that their freedom to build the 9/11 mosque should be removed.

What is being said is that the building of this mosque is insensitive at the very least. It is a slap in the face of freedom-loving peoples everywhere.

Those who want to build the mosque say it’s about “building bridges” and “healing”. That’s a lie, of course. One would expect with the hair-trigger sensitivity of Muslims to take offense at anything that rubs them the wrong way that the proponents of the 9/11 mosque would understand how offensive their mosque will be.

But that’s the rub. The Islamists know exactly how offensive the mosque is – that’s why they are building it.

Hardly a day goes by that Muslims somewhere don’t riot or murder over some slight  to their religion, but the Jihadists want to build this victory symbol where pieces of 9/11 victims are still being found. We’re supposed to take that silently or we’re somehow racist or whatever.

It’s time to take a stand against fascist Islam. It’s time to free the hundreds of millions of Muslims who would leave their violent and abusive religion if they could. It’s time to remind fascist Islamists that freedom loving people everywhere condemn Islam’s violence, slavery, intolerance and oppression.

September 11, 2010 – 2pm. Ground Zero.

Be there.


Filed under Barbados, Culture & Race Issues, History, Human Rights, Religion

21 responses to “September 11, 2010: Huge protest at Ground Zero against 9/11 Victory Mosque

  1. It's a metastasizing global CANCER!

    Don’t worry, Baje..
    Our mellow muslims only mellow NOW
    because the extent of them in the wider population is under 1 %
    but when dem get to 10% or more,
    is DEN de trouble wid dem start!

    It has to do with Islamic population levels as a demographic percentage.

    Mellow as long as it’s just a few of them
    but becoming increasingly strident as their percentage in the wider population grows
    Radical and extremist anywhere above 25%.

    For a historic comparison, read all you can about the formation of history of the Nazi Party in the late 1920s
    how it evolved, what trouble it caused
    and the eventual outcome.

    And if you think I’m being alarmist by equating Islam with Nazi-ism
    you are a babe in the woods
    waiting to be devoured by wolves
    and verily I say unto thee
    you’d richly deserve it!

  2. Slap Happy

    A few weeks ago when I first heard about the approval to build the new mosque I had more questions than answers because the whole thing is just so damn emotional. Too many questions.

    Why would the muslims choose to build on that spot and why would the mayor and the overseeing committee give their approval? Just asking was being callous and disrespectful. Symbolic victory, perhaps. To approve was just plain cowardice. So what if the muslims made some noise. What happened to common sense and good judgement? Common sense is not common. Then Pres. Obama steps into it. Why Mr. and not President? Looks like one term for him.

    Merry Christmas. No, Happy holidays. Slap me down.

    Another messed up decision/choice. Reminds me of when they chose that Canadian girl to be Miss Barbados. Neither one should have been allowed to grow.

    Repeal the building of the mosque. I know you need money since the world trade centre spot has been idle for 9 yrs . No income/ taxes generated for the city.

  3. Confused

    Sounds like you need to recheck your facts! There are two sides to every issue, and you’ve reported half of one side!

  4. Confused

    You guys seem to be channelling Republican propaganda. I’m against religious extremism of any sort, but I do believe in fairness, logic and evidence.

    The opponents of the community centre two blocks from Ground Zero misrepresent facts in order to gain emotional appeal.

    Shame on them and shame on you!

  5. twwifos

    Confused is not confused! You guys got it all wrong. Keith summed it up very well last night on Countdown.

  6. Mathilde

    twwifos, that was actually the most awesome and coherent POV I’ve seen or heard on this whole debate, thanks for posting, I was beginning to actually be affected by the fear-mongers! Thanks for saving my sanity!

  7. twwifos

    Your welcome. Keith rocks! Glad to inject a bit of sanity into the issue.

    and now for the lighter side ……

    John Stewart for President!


    what foolishness

  9. Confused

    Let’s not forget to condemn the grossly bigoted, offensive anti- Muslim comments. Like much mainstream bigotry, it certainly has basis, but is rendered offensive by false generalization and double standards.

    Again, shame on you!

  10. Shame on Islamofacists

    The director of a Dubai-based, Arab television network writes that most of the world’s Muslims couldn’t care less about building a mosque near Ground Zero and that plans to do so would only create a “monument” to terrorists.

    Abd Al-Rahman Al-Rashed, director-general of Al-Arabiya TV, wrote a column in the Aug. 16, 2010, London daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat arguing that President Obama was wasting his time championing construction of the proposed mosque, which Al-Rashed says the majority of world’s Muslims don’t want anyway.

    “I can’t imagine that Muslims [actually] want a mosque at this particular location, because it will become an arena for the promoters of hatred, and a monument to those who committed the crime,” writes Al-Rashed in the column, which was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute. “Moreover, there are no practicing Muslims in the area who need a place to worship, because it is a commercial district. Is there anyone who is [really] eager [to build] this mosque?”

    He adds, “I do not think that the majority of Muslims want to build a monument or a place of worship that tomorrow may become a source of pride for the terrorists and their Muslim followers, nor do they want a mosque that will become a shrine for the haters of Islam.”

  11. twwifos

    For those of you who care to know how this story got started, check out this link…..

    BFP: You took the bait – hook, line and sinker. Next time someone from the extreme right wing opens their mouth, check things out. The story is usually a complete fabrication. People are now starting to realize that corporations like Fox “News” are not really news organizations, but actually a 24/7 advertisement for the GOP.

    BTW: Did you catch the story about the Iman from the so called “Mosque” helping the FBI with counterterrorism?

  12. BFP

    Hello twwifos,

    Just because Salon Mag chooses to ignore the terrorist connections with the 9/11 Mosque funding and supporters like Hamas, don’t you fall for their position hook line and sinker.

    Congratulations to Ms. Geller for sounding the clarion against a 100 million dollar 9/11 victory mosque – which is how truly moderate Muslims describe Cordova House. Abd Al-Rahman Al-Rashed, director-general of Al-Arabiya TV, agrees with BFP and Geller.

    Just curious… why is that the lefties (sorry, “progressives”) are all for women’s rights except the rights of Muslim women?

    Anyone care to answer that?

  13. twwifos

    BFP: The article simply states how things went down. You can ignore the facts if you wish, but that’s not going to change them. Anyone who’s cares about freedom of religion should be speaking up loudly against this kind of deviceive rhetoric. It does not matter if your on the left or right on this one since many conservatives on the moderate right share my view – as well as the (jewish, republican) mayor of NYC.

    Changing the subject to women’s rights does not change the facts either, but since you asked….I’m appalled at how women are treated in many Muslim cultures. You would think it’s still the middle ages they way things are run in some of these places. When I read about women being stoned to death for committing adultery it makes me sick. I’m not a supporter of the Afgan war, but one thing that the US is trying to do over there is end that kind of stuff – and I support that.

    One last thing to add…..My cousin worked for FDNY and was one of the first responders on 9/11, so don’t think I’m some terrorist sympathizer looking to “slap the face of freedom-loving people” – as you put it. Just someone who wants you to get your facts straight. We have enough Fox news’s in the world already!

  14. Slap Happy

    Let’s just call the whole thing an insensitive, deliberate act of provocation. The act of confusing freedom with the power to do whatever you want without thinking about the feelings of others.

  15. twwifos


    No one has established a link between the cleric and radicals. New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne said, “We’ve identified no law enforcement issues related to the proposed mosque.”

    No mosque is going up at ground zero. A “community center” would be established at 45-51 Park Place, just over two blocks from the northern edge of the World Trade Center site. Its location is roughly half a dozen normal lower Manhattan blocks from the site of the North Tower, the nearer of the two destroyed in the attacks. You can not see the community center from ground zero since it the view is blocked by several buildings. The community center also contains a cooking school and basketball courts with the two top floors used for worship.

    The center’s location, in a former Burlington Coat Factory store, is already used by the cleric for worship, drawing a spillover from the imam’s former main place for prayers, the al-Farah mosque. That mosque, at 245 West Broadway, is about a dozen blocks north of the World Trade Center grounds.

    Another, the Manhattan Mosque, stands five blocks from the northeast corner of the World Trade Center site.

    The center’s association with 9/11 is intentional and its location is no geographic coincidence. The building was damaged in the Sept. 11 attacks and the center’s planners say they want the center to stand as a statement against terrorism.

    The Pentagon opened an interfaith chapel in November 2002 close to the area where hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 slammed into the building, killing 184 people. Muslims gather there for a daily prayer service Monday through Thursday and hold a weekly worship service on Fridays, drawing no complaints. Similar but separate services are provided for other faiths.

    This was not an issue until Pamela Geller, a right-wing, viciously anti-Muslim, conspiracy-mongering blogger, whose sinister portrayal of the project was embraced by Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post. Of course Fox News started running with it, the mainstream media followed like sheep and now here we are.

    Geller’s opinion is shared by some Americans, while others are more reluctant to paint the religion with a broad brush and more welcoming of the Muslim faith in the US.

  16. sinister

    bfp actually said “truly moderate Muslims”.. i’m shocked.. did you pass that by ninemike first ? wow.
    and just curious myself..what are righties ( sorry retards) doing about anybody’s rights other than their own ?

  17. AL

    Don’t bother twwifos I’ve already tried to tell BFP that they could really try to find a more impartial website than atlasshrugs2000 but maybr they need to hear that from some more people.

  18. twwifos

    Hi Al!

    Yeah, just another moron looking for their 15 minutes of fame. Be careful what you wish for. Being at the center of this can be very dangerous, since there are lot’s of strong feelings on both sides.

    I hate to get so worked up about stuff like this, but there are several important issues going on here…..and I’m not just talking about the “mosque”.

    What really bothers me is what has happened to journalism since the internet became part of our daily lives – and especially since 9/11. A blogger can say whatever they want, regardless of the facts and all of a sudden it becomes “the truth”. One example of this is why many Americans believe that Obama was not born in the US and is actually a Muslim. They hear the lie being told so many times that they start to believe it. This is also a very dangerous form of journalism since it’s usually meant to divide people and can lead to violence. This type of journalism has been perfected by Fox with guys like Glenn Beck, choosing a target, spewing out this hateful rhetoric day after day until someone decides to pick up one of their guns and do something about it. I just don’t want to see BFP go down that road.

    Luckily the over reaction and paranoia that has taken place in the US since 9/11 has not quite made it’s way to Barbados (yet). Yes, we have our share of issues, but to me it seems that whatever your faith is, we generally all get along pretty well. I’m always glad when my plane touches down at Grantley Adams after I return home from a trip to the US. Somehow I feel that I’ve escaped the madness!