Saturday, July 18, 2009

How Long Do We Continue To Tolerate This

Take a little peek at this. What we have here is a case of being punished for asking a question of someone intolerant. One thing I will say however is that the person running the video was probably unwise to wear a Christian themed t shirt to a Muslim gathering in Dearborn. Muslims and Christians mixing like, you know, gasoline and matches.

That having been said, the security troops were definitely in the wrong. In Michigan, a Security Guard's authority stops at observe and report. Since the videographer was not being in any way impolite, unprofessional or aggressive, they were committing assault to have any physical contact with him or his camera person.

You can see the uselessness of Dearborn's police department as they took no apparent action to view the video and then start arresting people.

Here's the problem as I see it. America goes way too far out of her way to avoid offending anyone even to the point of becoming offensive to her own citizens. This kind of thing needs to stop.

Now, the group that was doing the filming has a blog here. I will post the video from Dearborn below but it is also on the blog post. The video the group shows definitely supports their version of the story. If the story is true, this is a horrifying example of what the future holds for America unless she finds the testicles she lost over the last 20 years or so.

The question becomes, what exactly do we do about this? Perhaps a few e mails to the Mayor? I looked on the City of Dearborn website but I was unable to find a link to the City prosecutor. I think perhaps we should e mail Dearborn Mayor John B. O'Reilly Jr ( and ask him if he plans to have his Police Department pursue assault charges against those "security guards" and send a little message that the First Amendment of the United States Constitution or Article 1 Section 5 of Michigan's Constitution basically "Shall not be infringed".

I also intend to contact the group responsible for the video to attempt to ascertain the content of the pamphlets they were given. Hopefully, there will be an update.

You know, the more I read it, the more I like Michigan's Constitution...there's no BS in it, it's just straight to the point.


I did e mail the videographer and asked him to pop over for some discussion. I really hope he does, he may have a very interesting opinion on this and I would welcome the discussion.

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