Monday, September 24, 2012

Ben Stein: "Islam is becoming the MSM's official religion of America."

The full essay is HERE. Brief excerpt:
...Have you noticed that in the past few years, and especially in the past few weeks since the murder of the Ambassador and his guards and colleague in Benghazi (a city that Erwin Rommel loved and whose inhabitants he praised), whenever the New York Times refers to Mohammed, they always call him, without quotation marks, The Prophet Mohammed, as if everyone with any sense understands that OF COURSE Mohammed is The One True Prophet and that it's just understood that Mohammed is The Prophet.

I see this in other news outlets and on TV, too. Sober-looking newsmen and newswomen mention Mohammed as The Prophet Mohammed. No ifs, ands or buts. I hear it on the BBC World Service, too....
Read the entire essay HERE.

Some identical is happening in classrooms all across America. Take a look at your child's textbooks and classroom materials. Sit in on a few of your child's classes, and observe for yourself what is going on.

Let's get one thing clear right now: in Judaism and Christianity, Mohammed is NOT a prophet.  Not at all!

And let's get another thing clear, too: We are witnessing a propaganda war in full swing!  Challenge it!


Godefroi said...

I've been complaining about this for years. No one in the media refers to "the Savior Jesus", but "Prophet Muhammad" just rolls off their tongues. Infuriating.

Charles Martel said...

Wait until they start adding the usual musloid accoutrements behind the deadly name.

I have a T shirt which I wear every time I can, to the great embarrassment of my children. I wear at Costco, Tyson's Corner mall, Giant, etc. You would be surprised how many thumbs up and smiles I receive.

It states: "We the People
U.S. Constitution
(US Map)
No Shariah Law
in America

The Constitution-Article VI:
"The laws of the U.S. ... shall be
the supreme law of the land."

I'd love to get one with the "I will not submit" text, front and back!

Pastorius said...

Where did you get that t-shirt?