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Archive for April 10th, 2007

Bacon–The New Hate Crime

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 10, 2007

According to the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle, two hours before the 1 p.m. Friday service, the Koran was found on the front steps of the Islamic Center. Someone had written “Mohammad pedophile” on the front, and an (unnamed) expletive was on the inside, smeared under two strips of bacon. Not only did the local police report it as a hate crime, but they said they would contact the FBI. Mosque representatives are meeting with the City Mayor Johnny Piper to see what he can do as well.

This is a clear example of how hate crime laws are being used to impose sharia law, in the guise of religious special accomodations, and in place of U.S. federal or state laws. I’m not a lawyer, so correct me if I’m wrong – that’s why we have a comments section – but under the current laws in Tennessee and the U.S., these are facts of the case:

910 Group Blog

Hat Tip: Christine


If we start calling the above a hate crime…that means the state will be enforcing religious law. Sounds like a Theocratic Government by way of the back door. Be sure to click on the link above and read the whole thing to find out what’s headed our way.

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Blogs For Borders Video Blogburst 2007 0410

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 10, 2007

It’s that time again, so click and watch here, then go over to The Freedom Folks to read the accompanying post.

Freedom Folks

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Petition To Ban DHMO

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 10, 2007

Watch this video to find out more about this chemical:

Email Your Name, Address, Phone Number, and an email address to verify your information
Hat Tip: Bill F.

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More on InfoWarfare from John Robb

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 10, 2007

On Global Guerrillas, John Robb discusses the use of the internet by jihadis and narcoterrorists:

Popular Infowar

Historically, information warfare was restricted to elites (government, media, parties, etc.). The onrush of Jihadi videos, political pro-war/anti-war blogs, and narcocorrido videos have categorically demonstrated that this state of affairs has changed. We now live in a world where infowarfare is accomplished by individual practitioners through an open source framework. Over time, the gap between those in the open source framework and the elites will widen in the favor of the former — we have only scratched the surface of where this empowering technology can go.

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