Ultima Thule

In ancient times the northernmost region of the habitable world - hence, any distant, unknown or mysterious land.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

It's already happening here

By Aussiegirl

Scribe gives us a chilling description of Muslim intimidation and discrimination in his own home state:

Scribe writes:

Perhaps the reader may entertain notions that what’s happening to this Afghan Christian is merely an incident of intimidation that’s occurring far away from us and therefore of little threat to us. In your American cities, there have been a big influx of muslim immigrants that were relocated here during the Clinton Administration—mostly notably Bosnians and Somalians. A smaller number of Afghans came later, many of whom were former Communists and the rest were muslims who were escaping the Taliban. A great number of widows with small children constituted this group.

In my city, a number of muslim immigrants were quickly hired by local aid agencies to help in the distribution of Federal relocation funds. These workers are not well supervised by American supervisors, who depended upon their muslim workers to act as interpreters as well as to handle the paperwork of other immigrants. The muslim workers invariably made sure that only certain immigrants got any Federal benefits and housing assistance—the ones who were left out were the Russian Jews, Indians, Africans and other non-muslims. Even the Afghan muslims got little support from their Bosnian and Somalian muslim brethren, who diverted our tax-payer funds to their communities, mosques, or into their pockets. Because these workers handled much of the paperwork on all immigrants coming into my city, they had access to all the information on every immigrant that arrived. This information on every muslim immigrant was quickly funneled to the local mosque.

In addition, the local mosque would make sure that the muslims did not make friends with Americans, especially with Christian aid agencies. Their agents were placed even in local stores, such as grocery stores, to watch who was associating with whom. If I hadn’t seen it myself I wouldn’t have believed that such a network of mafia-like intimidation had formed here. If the immigrants associated too much with the wrong people, they soon found themselves threatened, and in several cases where there had been conversions to Christianity, the mosque would issue a fatwa calling for the killing of that person. The new Christian would end up leaving town in a hurry.

To make matters worse, most of the local churches had little or no interest in ministering to these immigrants to give them a dependable escape from this mafia. The local aid agency never questioned how the funds were being distributed by their muslim workers.

So that’s what going on here—right under our noses in the U.S.A. That's why this man's religious rights needs to be defended--no matter where he is--because this problem is now everywhere.


At 11:53 PM, Anonymous Scythian Princess said...

This type of incompetence is endemic to aid agencies, whether Christian or secular.

Demanding accountability is far too difficult. It is much easier and more satisfying to just hand out the goodies (money) and create the illusion of charity even more by trusting the recipients.

By the time it becomes undeniably clear that said recipients are blatantly abusing that "charity", it is too late to do much about it. So then we all can wring our hands in unison, and it's always someone else's fault.

Too easy.


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