This would rate with choosing to have the serial killer, Ted Bundy be the night watchman at a sorority house. Ted was considered attractive, smart, and had a future in politics. He may have attended the Ted Kennedy Bridge Driving Academy as part of his preparation.
Creeping Sharia Law in America poses a threat equal to the terrorists of the Jihad. The latter is driven by Sharia, and they have infiltrated America at all levels of government, and our military. No Mr. President, the mass murder committed by Army Psychiatrist Major Nadal Malik Hussain, was not just an isolated incident. Let’s never forget the US military Sargeant, a Muslim, who threw a grenade into the tent of his team, killing two of his officers.
The current administration, under the leadership of President Barack Hussein Obama, continues to refuse to take the threat of Islamic fundamentalists seriously. Perhaps he is deeply conflicted on his beliefs in this area. Just another reason he must be impeached. Random thoughts while observing the passing charade, I’m J.C.
Another item for our ever-expanding You-Can’t-Make-This-Stuff-Up file. And this comes after their failed candidacy for the Council for Human Rights.
Not that the Iranians would say they’re against women’s rights. They’re only interested in the position, privileges, and obligations in society that Sharia prescribes for women. Those are their rights, and nothing more. “Tehran candidates itself for UN post in defence of women’s rights,” from AsiaNews, April 26:
Tehran (AsiaNews / Agencies) – The authorities of the Islamic Republic confirmed yesterday that they no longer wish to become members of the United Nations Council for Human Rights. Except that, at the same time, Tehran has proposed itself as a member of the Commission for the protection of women’s rights. The news was greeted with relief by governments and activists that opposed the nomination of the regime, but also with some hilarity at the idea of its wanting to assume the role of a defender of women.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Mehmanparast Ramin, , said the decision to withdraw from the Council for Human Rights was taken jointly with other Asian countries, thus presenting a single candidate. According to a western diplomat quoted by Reuters, Tehran backed down when it became clear it could not secure enough votes to get a seat.
The Council for Human Rights has 47 countries and has its headquarters in Geneva. Tehran is under fire from the international community for its systematic violation of fundamental human freedoms. American UN mission spokesman, Mark Kornblau, expressed satisfaction: “It ‘a step in the right direction for the Council. The presence of countries like China and Saudi Arabia in it, has contributed over the years to discredit the image of the UN body.
The Islamic Republic had tried to join the Council in 2006. But its candidacy failed as a result of pressure from the United States.
However in a move that smacks of provocation, Iran has put itself forward as a candidate for the Commission to protect the rights of women. The mullahs’ regime is one of the toughest in the world towards women, who live in a state of semi-segregation. The are daily arrests and violence against women who are not “adequately covered” or who act in “a non Islamic way”. At Friday prayers April 16 last, the mullah of Tehran Sadigo Kazem said that women who do not wear the hijab are responsible for the spread of adultery and “increase the risk of earthquakes” …