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Friday, May 29, 2015


This evening, over two hundred armed bikers will be protesting outside an Arizona mosque. Like you, this blogger feels immensely safe and reassured with the idea that armed bikers will express themselves.
Why, I cannot think of anything more secure-feeling inducing than bikers and guns.

Gosh. Warm and tingly. All over.
Armed bikers. Guns. Protesting.

The event is being organized / publicized on the following sites: The Gateway Pundit. Barenakedislam. Americasfreedomfighters.
And several other sites where trolls come daily.

As well as on Facebook and twitter. Because anti-Islamic activists are nothing if not social-media savvy.

Their rally outside the mosque is inspired by events a few weeks ago at Pamela Geller's Texas love-in.

It IS free speech. Of course. But if I were a Muslim in Arizona, I would feel threatened by expressions of hate outside my place of worship.
By bikers. Toting guns.
At the very least, I would leave my wife and kids at home, because it is not certain that the local authorities would be in any way able to protect my freedom of religion from the hatred of the colourful natives.

Arizona is not known for being a rational state.

"The rally’s organizer, Jon Ritzheimer, has called on the group to “to utilize there [sic] second amendment right at this event just in case our first amendment comes under the much anticipated attack.” He warns on the event’s Facebook page that the mosque is “a known place that the 2 terrorist [sic] frequented.” The would-be ambushers of Pamela Geller’s event in Garland are said to have worshiped there."

SOURCE: In Arizona, Bikers Plan Armed Protest Outside of Mosque.

"I let them know we're coming to their doorstep and we're going to be there utilizing our First Amendment; we'll be ready to protect it with our Second Amendment"
-----John Ritzheimer

Local news programme mentioning this:
Draw Muhammad event planned for Friday

Now that the feisty ex-marine (Mr. John Ritzheimer) has opened a new door in the freedom of speech war -- one which regrettably resembles the Westboro Baptists protesting at funerals -- it is only logical that the right of angry drag queens to picket outside churches be encouraged as well, and meat eaters should feel empowered to scream invective in front of offensive vegetarian restaurants. And vice versa: violence-prone Vegans storming a steak house. Pro-abortion protesters making their voices heard at the homes of ministers and priests.

Republican politicians might be careful about where they venture, as non-gmo tomatoes make superior expressions of political speech.

And, as a smoker, I feel fully entitled to scream venomously at health-obsessed lardbags who object to my pipe.

Fully armed and loaded.


I am certain that such energetic manifestations of our freedom of speech will, in the long run, contribute to a saner and safer society, for me and whoever survives.

I would organize a "Draw Pamela Geller" event as an appropriate reaction, but while zestful and beautifully photographed pornography gets my whole-hearted approval, I am fundamentally opposed to obscene pictures.

Ick poo.

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  • At 10:18 AM, Anonymous Malheur said…

    John Ritzheimer has since then bounced into ever more loopy territory. He is, as you would suspect, a fervent Trump supporter.


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