Editor's Note: Resolutions are not legally binding in the same way a bill that became a law is.
By Capt Joseph R. John, June 21, 2017: Op Ed # 356
By Capt Joseph R. John, June 21, 2017: Op Ed # 356
The Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR, International Terrorist Organizations, have managed to get Senate Resolution 118 and House Resolution 257 introduced into the House and Senate.
If those resolutions are passed into law, that law will “Criminalize Freedom of Speech”. “If those resolutions were approved by Congress, then proposed in a bill as a new law, that law would “Criminalize Freedom of Speech.”
The Founding Fathers gave Americans “Freedom of Speech “ in the US Constitution; CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood are trying to “Criminalize Freedom of Speech.”
Those resolutions are part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s sinister plan to replace the US Constitution with Sharia Law, through a back door method of passing various laws that chip away at the precepts of the US Constitution. Those International Terrorists know Patriotic Americans would never knowingly replace the US Constitution with Sharia Law.
There is absolutely no need for this proposed new law since the current laws and civil rights laws already prohibits violence, threats of violence, discrimination against “all” individuals, and hate crimes. The resolution conveniently protects Muslims but “Excludes Christians”.
How could members of the House and Senate be so foolish as to pass those destructive resolutions that would undermine the US Constitution and would be the beginning of the Muslim Brotherhood success in slowly destroying the foundation upon which the Republic was created, the US Constitution---this law is a subtle attack against Christians and law enforcement.
We are asking ever person who receives this E-mail, especially members of the US Armed Forces on active duty, Christian Clergy, members of Law Enforcement, and the 22 million Veterans in the United States who raised their right hand, and swore to “Protect and Defend the US Constitution”, to aggressively oppose those two Resolutions. Please ask them to oppose this proposed law, and vote against any Senator or Congressmen “in both parties” who votes for this proposed anti-US Constitution and pro-Sharia Law resolutions.
Americans should be concerned about those resolutions, especially the part of the House Resolution, which urges the establishment of an "interagency task force led by the Attorney General ... on the development of effective strategies and efforts to detect and deter hate crime in order to protect minority communities." This is an attempt to suppress law enforcement and opposition to Sharia Law.
This resolutions were engineered by CAIR and The Muslim Brotherhood are designed to silence any America who speaks up to opposes what we are seeing happening in England today. The goal is to “criminalizing speaking out against Radical Islamic Terrorism” resulting in arrest and being criminally charged in court. The net result is that CAIR would make an example of any American who speaks out, and to suppress all Americans from ever speaking out against the Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR programs again (like opposing the indoctrination of students in Islam and Sharia law in Public Schools).
Please pass this E-mail on to every member in your address book, ask them to contact their Senators and Congressmen to oppose this proposed new law, whose details are discussed in the below listed article.
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Joseph R. John, USNA ‘62
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by Judith Bergman June 20, 2017
- The law already prohibits violence and threats of violence, and law enforcement authorities are supposed to prosecute those -- intimidation, destruction, damage, vandalism, simple and aggravated assault. What "hate crimes" are not already covered by the law?
- Why would the House of Representatives find it necessary to make such redundant statements, if not in order to redefine the concept of a hate crime? Perhaps by including "hate speech"? The current resolution includes most of the major ethnic and religious minorities in the United States, so it will have a far better chance of passing, as it will more easily fool Representatives into thinking that the contents of the resolution are harmless.
- Would it not be appropriate for the politicians sponsoring and voting for these resolutions first of all to find out what drives the organizations responsible for drafting them? The Investigative Project on Terrorism has authored a damning 88-page report about the Muslim Public Affairs Council. American politicians do not seem to have taken much interest in it.
On April 4, 2017, the US Senate passed Senate Resolution 118, "Condemning hate crime and any other form of racism, religious or ethnic bias, discrimination, incitement to violence, or animus targeting a minority in the United States". The resolution was drafted by a Muslim organization, EmgageUSA (formerly EmergeUSA) and the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC). On April 6, 2017, EmgageUSA wrote the following on their Facebook page: