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Bikers plan 9/11 rally in Washington
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Aug 24, 2013 08:50:42   #
SpeedyWilson
 
Some Muslim groups are planning to have a gathering in Washington DC on Sept. 11. Many Americans think this is an inappropriate poke in the eye of the nation.

So, some bikers are planning to make their presence known in DC, in a very loud way. Let's join them in person, or in spirit, as they rally for freedom, and against glorifying atrocities.

http://www.wnd.com/2013/08/bikers-to-counter-muslim-march/
 
Aug 24, 2013 09:06:42   #
larrywilk
 
MisterWilson wrote:
Some Muslim groups are planning to have a gathering in Washington DC on Sept. 11. Many Americans think this is an inappropriate poke in the eye of the nation.

So, some bikers are planning to make their presence known in DC, in a very loud way. Let's join them in person, or in spirit, as they rally for freedom, and against glorifying atrocities.

http://www.wnd.com/2013/08/bikers-to-counter-muslim-march/


As a member of the Loyal Order of Moose and our Moose Riders Groups, I know we will be well represented both in DC and locally.
Aug 24, 2013 11:43:42   #
tschmath
 
larrywilk wrote:
As a member of the Loyal Order of Moose and our Moose Riders Groups, I know we will be well represented both in DC and locally.


The ONLY references I can find to this story are in two ultra right wing crazy sources. No one from any credible source is following this. Maybe it's all just made up? And according to WND, the reason for the supposed march is to protest the unfair treatment Muslims in this country have been subject to and continue to be subject to.

Nothing violent, nothing anti-American, just a "hey, you're treating innocent people like shit. Think maybe you could lighten up a bit?"

And you don't like the choice of dates? Too bad. So I guess it would have been in poor taste for former Japanese internees to stage a protest on December 7? Sorry if your sensibilities are tweaked, but freedom of assembly is enshrined in the Constitution, just like the right to bear arms. And nowhere in the Constitution does it say to please make sure you pick a date that everyone is OK with. Deal with it.
Aug 24, 2013 12:54:59   #
larrywilk
 
tschmath wrote:
The ONLY references I can find to this story are in two ultra right wing crazy sources. No one from any credible source is following this. Maybe it's all just made up? And according to WND, the reason for the supposed march is to protest the unfair treatment Muslims in this country have been subject to and continue to be subject to.

Nothing violent, nothing anti-American, just a "hey, you're treating innocent people like shit. Think maybe you could lighten up a bit?"

And you don't like the choice of dates? Too bad. So I guess it would have been in poor taste for former Japanese internees to stage a protest on December 7? Sorry if your sensibilities are tweaked, but freedom of assembly is enshrined in the Constitution, just like the right to bear arms. And nowhere in the Constitution does it say to please make sure you pick a date that everyone is OK with. Deal with it.
The ONLY references I can find to this story are i... (show quote)


We are dealing with it. We, under the same right of freedom to assemble, will be well represented.
Aug 24, 2013 13:54:32   #
tschmath
 
larrywilk wrote:
We are dealing with it. We, under the same right of freedom to assemble, will be well represented.


And what will your point be? "Gee, you people are hurting our feelings." Waa waa waa. I can just see it. Thousands of Muslims letting everyone know they are being treated unfairly, and you big biker bullies out there trying to look oh so tough. What a great statement.
Aug 24, 2013 14:15:55   #
larrywilk
 
tschmath wrote:
And what will your point be? "Gee, you people are hurting our feelings." Waa waa waa. I can just see it. Thousands of Muslims letting everyone know they are being treated unfairly, and you big biker bullies out there trying to look oh so tough. What a great statement.


Our point will be that we don't agree with the protest, both the reason and the date. Being treated unfairly? How about the thousands that died during 9/11 at the hand of Muslims? Were they treated fairly? How about the doctrine that if you are not Muslim you are an infidel and deserve to die? If there was a true desire for dialog, why would they pick a date that has so much meaning to Americans? You, sir, are much of the problem. Do you have any beliefs other than to wish this country ill will? Do you have any constructive thoughts or suggestions or are you the troll you appear to be?

As to the "big bad biker bullies" what do you think these Muslims are doing? Besides, do you know how many "bikers" are LEOs, attorneys, doctors, and professional people? Individuals that prefer to examine things and make independent decisions. Not, as some, who are so afraid to make a decision or take a stand that they allow any and all to walk over them.

Sir, if this is such an important issue for you, why not go to D.C. and stand beside your Muslim brothers and support them? Oh, don't forget to let them know you are an infidel...or are you?
 
Aug 24, 2013 14:33:02   #
SpeedyWilson
 
tschmath, is this enough to let you know the Muslim March is real?

http://ampacus.webs.com/

FOX news is reporting on it, maybe that's why the other networks aren't.

http://www.foxnews.com/search-results/search?q=muslim%20911%20march&mediatype=Video
Aug 24, 2013 14:34:56   #
larrywilk
 
MisterWilson wrote:
tschmath, is this enough to let you know the Muslim March is real?

http://ampacus.webs.com/

FOX news is reporting on it, maybe that's why the other networks aren't.

http://www.foxnews.com/search-results/search?q=muslim%20911%20march&mediatype=Video


Or you can sign up here http://www.facebook.com/2MillionBikersDC?ref=nf
Aug 25, 2013 05:26:19   #
magicray
 
larrywilk wrote:
We are dealing with it. We, under the same right of freedom to assemble, will be well represented.
Are they going to plea to their Muslim Brotherhood not to kill innocent men, women and children?
If they go to Washington (which I seriously doubt) and complain about not being treated fairly they may be in for a big surprise.
Aug 25, 2013 06:36:41   #
JoAnneK01 (a regular here)
 
tschmath wrote:
And what will your point be? "Gee, you people are hurting our feelings." Waa waa waa. I can just see it. Thousands of Muslims letting everyone know they are being treated unfairly, and you big biker bullies out there trying to look oh so tough. What a great statement.


I support the right of the muslims to march but not on 9/11. This is one of the worst days in U.S history where so many lives were lost. And the radical muslims were responsible. Now if these same muslims were to come out and show or state that they were against the jihad and show support to the families who lost so many loved ones. Then maybe. . .

But as it is now, we have lost so many of our freedoms because of their actions. And yet, the muslims can not show us where they are actually being discriminated against or being treated badly. I have to give my support to the 2 million biker movement. I support the families who lost loved ones and those who were injured. Along with our military who are fighting so bravely. I say Mahalo (Thank You).
Aug 25, 2013 10:57:51   #
Iwantitall
 
larrywilk wrote:
Our point will be that we don't agree with the protest, both the reason and the date. Being treated unfairly? How about the thousands that died during 9/11 at the hand of Muslims? Were they treated fairly? How about the doctrine that if you are not Muslim you are an infidel and deserve to die? If there was a true desire for dialog, why would they pick a date that has so much meaning to Americans? You, sir, are much of the problem. Do you have any beliefs other than to wish this country ill will? Do you have any constructive thoughts or suggestions or are you the troll you appear to be?

As to the "big bad biker bullies" what do you think these Muslims are doing? Besides, do you know how many "bikers" are LEOs, attorneys, doctors, and professional people? Individuals that prefer to examine things and make independent decisions. Not, as some, who are so afraid to make a decision or take a stand that they allow any and all to walk over them.

Sir, if this is such an important issue for you, why not go to D.C. and stand beside your Muslim brothers and support them? Oh, don't forget to let them know you are an infidel...or are you?
Our point will be that we don't agree with the pro... (show quote)


1,2,3, thumbs up. Maybe when they assemble to protest the acts carried out "in the name of their religion" against the West I'll take notice.
Mike
 
Aug 25, 2013 11:02:31   #
Shutter Bugger
 
larrywilk wrote:
As a member of the Loyal Order of Moose and our Moose Riders Groups, I know we will be well represented both in DC and locally.


Wish me and a few of my mates could be there too.

More power to you,

SB A.K.A. Phantom.


Aug 25, 2013 11:35:57   #
gmcase (a regular here)
 
Can you imagine if the war was still going on back in ’53 and the Japs here were going to march on DC (district of Criminals) on December 7th? They would have had more standing since they were illegally detained and their property stolen from them.

Mathtard would apologize for and defend the devil if he had a chance.
Aug 25, 2013 13:39:45   #
cthahn
 
Muslims get special treatment. They come to this country and want laws written just for them. They have attempted a take over in Egypt. That is what will happen in this country if they are allowed to do what they want. just give it time. When you come to this country, you speak English, follow our Constitution and laws, otherwise get out.
Aug 25, 2013 16:58:17   #
Dakota Boreas
 
tschmath wrote:
The ONLY references I can find to this story are in two ultra right wing crazy sources. No one from any credible source is following this. Maybe it's all just made up? And according to WND, the reason for the supposed march is to protest the unfair treatment Muslims in this country have been subject to and continue to be subject to.

Nothing violent, nothing anti-American, just a "hey, you're treating innocent people like shit. Think maybe you could lighten up a bit?"

And you don't like the choice of dates? Too bad. So I guess it would have been in poor taste for former Japanese internees to stage a protest on December 7? Sorry if your sensibilities are tweaked, but freedom of assembly is enshrined in the Constitution, just like the right to bear arms. And nowhere in the Constitution does it say to please make sure you pick a date that everyone is OK with. Deal with it.
The ONLY references I can find to this story are i... (show quote)


Just curious... have you ever called anyone a moderate right winger?
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