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I'm Curious

September 26, 2012

I’m curious. Have you noticed, or perhaps better stated, are you aware of any Muslim groups or Mosques sending money, supplies, and manpower to help people in any of the areas devastated by fires, storms, and earthquakes right here in the U.S.?

Muslims from many areas of the world have come here for schooling and employment. But how much are they giving back to the country that has protected them from harm, and in many cases, protected them from condemnation in the aftermath of one of the most evil and heinous crimes perpetrated against humanity?[quote style=”boxed” float=”right”]No country can stand against the weight of itself when it is being torn apart from within by those whose singular focus is to do same through stealth and subterfuge.[/quote]

Do you think it improbable that there are Muslims here who personally know Muslims from their countries of origin who are involved in movements against this country? Or are we to believe that Italians are the only population group with evil hoodlum networks in their family trees and neighborhoods? Specific to that point, why is it just assumed that every Italian family has mafia ties somewhere in their family and/or family history?

It is not my intention to embarrass or stigmatize Italians in any way. The point I’m making is that it’s okay to portray Italians as gangsters, ruthless killers, extortionists, and to publish lengthy anthologies chronicling the worst that could be portrayed about them. My question to you is: even when fictional accounts have portrayed them in the worst light–how many times have you seen Italians riot, commit murders and threaten to kill the producers and authors?

I use Italians because the point I am making is easiest to make by comparing them. Many of my Italian friends tell have shared the same story about when their grandparents came here they did not allow their children to speak Italian because they wanted them to embrace America.

A few weeks ago I attended the funeral of one of the finest men I have ever known. He came to America from Italy, unable to speak any English, but he and his family worked to build a business. He and his family loved/love America. As his son said at the funeral, one of his father’s (and my friend’s) beliefs that he lived by was spend your money in the country you make it.

As another friend and I sat watching the unbelievable horror on the morning of September 11, 2001, he, after watching perhaps 30 minutes, rose to his feet telling me he was going to donate blood because it was going to be in short supply. His family came to America from Ireland and were proud to become Americans.

Muslims have waged epic battles in the court of public opinion to build a trophy mosque on the sight of one of the worst acts of unprovoked aggression ever perpetrated against the U.S. But how many of those same Muslims offered to give blood and/or went out of their way to comfort and reassure Americans?

How many Irish, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Italians or Mexicans have come to America for the specific purpose of infiltrating our military to commit acts of terror and infiltrate our legal/governmental system for the express purpose of destabilizing America from within?


It is worth repeating–I haven’t witnessed Catholics raping and beheading people nor setting New York on fire because of pagan works that are masqueraded as art. I’ve yet to read or witness death threats by Baptists and Mennonites against contemptible and evil anti-God leftists who commit sacrilege against the true God.

I’m not attempting to lump all Muslims together, but I am saying that it is time for them to start proving where their allegiances lie. And I say the following without concern for those who disagree: we do ourselves no good to engage in the foolishness of political correctness as America goes out of its way to show those who are sworn to destroy us that they are welcome here.

It is long past time for Muslims to stand up and prove where their loyalties lie. It is time for them to pull the curtain back–inviting full transparency into their mosques. And it is time they started to embrace and become Americans, just as other groups have. They should be here to step into modernity not try to drag us into the paganism of the dark ages.

There are only two groups that come readily to mind who have come here to infiltrate America for the expressed purpose of destroying our country as we know it. They are the communists and the Muslims. What I’m saying may not be politically correct, but I challenge those of whom I speak to prove me wrong.

I’m neither advocating violence against nor public ridicule of Muslims: I’m advocating that they, being in our country, embrace it for the purpose of becoming Americans, and turning away from the cultural paganism of the world they left behind. If they are unwilling to do that–they should not be welcomed.

No country can stand against the weight of itself when it is being torn apart from within by those whose singular focus is to do same through stealth and subterfuge.

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Mychal Massie

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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