Muslim (Saudi & Co) sponsored media power vs. Americans 2007-2015. Can you spot any difference in how the candidates were/are portrayed!
CNN today really revealed the depth of the muslim problem - and Klevius asks why the simplest solution isn't picked up?
Holly Yan, CNN: A look at polls and studies conducted in the last few years show that Muslims have been crucial in helping law enforcement find terror suspects in the United States. Many have served in the military protecting the country against terrorists. And in many ways, they're a lot like other everyday Americans.
Klevius: !!! Why wouldn't "they" (i.e. some) be?!
Holly Yan, CNN: Here's the reality of Muslims in America -- and how it smashes stereotypes: They are a miniscule portion of the U.S. population
Klevius: Isn't CNN's stereotype much more worrying? How come that such a "miniscule (sic) portion of the population" causes proportionally so much mayhem, terror and suffering - not to mention CAIR's, OIC's and other muslim organizations "peaceful" but steadfastly gnawing on the most basic of Human Rights and the American Constitution.
Holly Yan, CNN: The fear of Muslims taking over and imposing Sharia law is unfounded. By some estimates, Muslims make up less than 1% of the U.S. adult population. Of all the Muslims in America, 63% are exactly the kind Trump wants banned -- immigrants.
Klevius: If 1% of the population can seriously threaten Human Rights and the US Constitution, then what could 2% do? With the help of Saudi based and steered OIC and other muslim sharia giants against basic Human Rights.
Saudi Arabia itself suppresses Shia muslims and non-muslims without anyone seeming to react.
An estimated 16 million natives of Saudi Arabia are Shia muslims. The Saud dictator family demand (but not necessarily for themselves) strict Sunni islamic Wahhabism which states that muslims should return to the interpretation of islam found in the Koran and the Sunnah. They also believe that muslims who seek intercession from holy men—such as the Imams Shia revere—are not true muslims. While attempts to force conversion of Shia have been infrequent, Shia have alleged severe discrimination in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is also the home for all muslims' world organization OIC which is led by Iyad Madani, an islamofascist belonging to the Saud dictator family.
Calling oneself a true muslim automatically connects to sharia islam, the very opposite to Human Rights - e.g. as stated by all the world's muslims' Saudi based and UN sanctioned sharia organization OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) and its islamofascist Saudi Fuhrer Iyad Madani.
A consequence of this is that a sharia supporting muslim's vote is undemocratic. OIC's 57 member state voting bloc in UN who supported Human Rights violating sharia as a guidance for muslim legislation all over the world was therefore also undemocratic.
Could there be any doubt that Mishal Husain isn't aware of OIC and its
world sharia declaration? After all, it's even on Wikipedia.
Samantha Lewthwaite, Mishal Husain and Michael Adebolajo (who murdered Lee Rigby). Mishal Husain is BBC's top muslim presenter and BBC is the world's leading media. The only thing she needs to say is that she opposes Human Rights violating sharia - and thereby also opposes islam because islam without some form of Human Rights violating sharia is not islam anymore - it's just a private belief and won't bother Klevius a bit.
Holly Yan, CNN: They're better educated than most Americans. U.S. Muslims have the second-highest level of education among major religious groups in the country; Jews have the highest. And a greater proportion of them have college degrees than the general U.S. population.
Klevius: Mostly wealthy muslims reach America - so the comparison is truly idiotic - at best.
Holly Yan, CNN: They have more gender equality. While in many parts of the Muslim world, women are confined to second-class status, that's not the case among American Muslims. Virtually all of them (90%) agree that women should be able to work outside the home. American Muslim women hold more college or post-graduate degrees than Muslim men. And they are more likely to work in professional fields than women from most other U.S. religious groups.
Klevius: Really! They agree that women should be allowed to work outside home! When should American women follow suit? Ever heard about sharia and how muslim sharia in whatever color ALWAYS discriminates against women. However, most of those wealthy US "muslims" don't approve of such sharia. Yet by calling themselves muslims they contribute to the spread of exactly that sharia.
Holly Yan, CNN: They've been here since the birth of the nation ... Scholars estimate about a quarter to a third of the Africans brought to the United States as slaves were Muslims.
Klevius: Muslin "scholars" right? Or their accomplices. Truth is that almost ALL slave raiders/traders in Africa were muslims (read Africa's tragic history after the introduction of islamic slave raiding/trading in accordance with the Arabic Koran). Perhaps those were "wrong-muslims" or just poor people who didn't master to read Arabic Koranic texts to protect them from the "infidel" status that in islam gives muslim the "right" to see them as slaves.
Holly Yan, CNN: They're as religious as Christians ... The general perception of Muslims has one thing right: Most Muslims are very religious. About half say they attend the weekly Friday prayers. But that makes them similar to Christians: About 70% of Christians say religion is important in their lives, and about 45% go to a weekly service.
Klevius: No mentioning here about US biggest group, the Atheists (no dude, Klevius isn't talking about socialists but about non-religious people who anchor their moral on basic Human Rights).
Holly Yan, CNN: ... but they're not as dogmatic as they are portrayed. Much has been made about fundamentalist Muslims and their strict interpretation of the Quran. But most American Muslims are different. A Pew religious landscape survey found that 57% of American Muslims say there is more than one way to interpret Islam's teachings. A similar number says many different religions can lead to eternal life.
Klevius: "Eternal life"?! Can't believe I read this nonsense 2015. Holly Yan seems to share this medieval view of muslim jihadis in this respect. Read some Kierkegaard! It's only a couple of hundred years old. Klevius read it when he was 14.
Holly Yan, CNN: There have been Muslims involved in terrorism ... Since September 11, 2001, until the end of 2014, 109 Muslim-Americans plotted against targets in the United States. And terrorism by Muslim-Americans killed 50 in the same time period. Contrast that with the deaths from other mass shootings just last year: 136 - more than twice as many as all the deaths from 13 years of Muslim-American terrorism.
Klevius: The minuscule 1% muslims, remember!
Holly Yan, CNN: ... but they've also spoken out against it. After every terrorist attack at home and abroad, the refrain rises, "Where is the Muslim condemnation?" American Muslims have spoken out -- and done much more. A Duke University study found more terrorism suspects and perpetrators were brought to the attention of law enforcement by members of the Muslim-American community than were discovered through U.S. government investigations. And a Pew survey found that roughly half of U.S. Muslims say their religious leaders aren't speaking out enough against Islamic extremism.
Klevius: Finally a good point in this thought morass! Muslim leaders aren't speaking out enough against islam. Why would they? After all, islam is by far the worst hate ideology our planet has ever encountered. And with a violent "prophet" at the core of the ideology, no wonder speaking about it clashes with the civilized world based on Human Rights equality.