Monday, May 4, 2015

Mosque Vandalized in PCG's Hometown, Edmond, Last Month

PCG's leaders seem to think that Islamophobia does not exist. We are assured by them that bigotry against Muslims is not a problem. If anything they tend to portray Muslims in a very horrible manner.

But right in PCG's hometown this hateful act happens.

The following news report is from KFOR (April 13, 2015).
EDMOND, Okla. – Before Sunday prayer service, raw bacon was discovered by a child at a local mosque.
“I always felt safe here. I always felt it was a comfortable place to go,” Adam Soltani, CAIR executive director, said.
On Sunday, vandals tossed bacon along the doorway of an Edmond mosque near the University of Central Oklahoma.
“Someone would have to know that according to the Islamic faith, pork is not allowed for Muslims to eat, so it sends a message that they know that and that they want to offend,” said Soltani.
Students are shocked to see this happen in their community.
It’s really disgusting, actually. I just don’t understand why people would do that,” Erick Larson, a student at the University of Central Oklahoma, said. (Source.)
(Hat tip: Loonwatch.)

It is impossible at present to know who was behind this act of hate. Anti-Muslim bigotry is present outside of PCG. So it is entirely possible, even probable considering how few there are in PCG, that the hate filled person or persons responsible for this had nothing to do with PCG.

Let us remember again the absurd assurance from PCG's leaders that anti-Muslim bigotry is not a problem. The following two quotes are adapted from a previous post.

Here Joel Hilliker condemns attempts by British leaders to calm down social tensions after the July 7, 2005 bombings in London.
Though the malignancy of radical Islamism is spreading in many non-Muslim nations—throughout Europe, North America and Southeast Asia in particular—in Britain the problem is uniquely bad. For its pathetic response to the incursion of militant Islam, commentator Daniel Pipes calls it the “weakest link in the Western chain.”
Official response to the July 7, 2005, terrorist attack in London provided a perfect cat scan of the advanced state of the disease. Reportage of the event quickly produced a politically correct, Islam-free version of the murders: The perpetrators were “bombers,” not “terrorists.” That they were Muslims who had been recruited at a British- and EU-government-funded Islamic youth center known for its radical politics was glossed over.

In the official account, the real victims were British Muslims, who were certain to suffer an increase in “Islamophobia” from ignorant Britons who would naturally conclude from the attack that all Muslims are evil. The deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Brian Paddick, tried to head off public mistrust of Muslims by saying, “Islam and terrorists are two words that do not go together.” The Nottinghamshire chief constable made it his top priority to deal with the problem—not by clamping down on extremism, but by pacifying the Muslim community with gestures such as ordering 20,000 green ribbons for all public officials to wear in a show of solidarity with Muslims. (Joel Hilliker, "The Sickness in Britain's Heart", The Philadelphia Trumpet, November-December 2006, p. 18.)
Here is Joel Hilliker once again referring to the July 7, 2005 terrorist bombings in London and condemning attempts by British leaders to minimize social strife.
The rush to exhibit such multicultural sanctimony has become so predictable after such incidents. The more that Muslims attack, the louder we praise them. The same Upside-Down reaction was on parade five years ago, after Islamic suicide bombers killed 52 Londoners on their morning commute. British officials didn’t blame Islam—but Islamophobia. London’s mayor asserted that the true fault lay in “80 years of Western intervention into predominantly Arab lands because of the Western need for oil.”

Reality is screaming in their faces, and they are closing their eyes, plugging their ears, and saying “La la la la la.” (Joel Hilliker, "The Upside-Down World", The Philadelphia Trumpet, August 2010, p. 5.)
Here is another relevant quote which is adapted from a previous post regarding The Trumpet Weekly in 2012.
December 8 [2012]. "Arafat, still terrorizing Israel" (p. 4). In this bizarre little article PCG's writers portray the exhumation of Yasser Arafat's body to determine if he was poisoned as an act of terror against the State of Israel committed for sinister purposes.
Are authorities really trying to discover if he was assassinated, or is this just a stunt designed to stir up hatred toward Israel? Speculation that Arafat was assassinated has swirled for years, even though conclusive evidence has never been discovered. The results of the tests will not be known for another three to four months, but already, the Palestinians have indicated their intent to take those found responsible to the International Criminal Court. This indicates the investigation might just be part of a plan to take Israel before the International Criminal Court for Arafat’s death rather than a search for justice. The exhuming of Yasser Arafat is a stark reminder: Even from the grave, the former Palestinian leader is still bringing terror upon Israel.
Even I am shocked at this portrayal of events from PCG's writers.

To insinuate that a legal exhumation made to determine if murder had occurred is an act of terror makes words like terrorism practically meaningless.

PCG's writers always portray the Palestinians in the worst possible light. Even when discussing an exhumation to determine if a murder had occurred it is portrayed as an act of terrorism.
How worthless are the assurances of PCG's leaders that anti-Muslim bigotry is not a big deal.


  1. It makes one wonder if these bacon vandals were actually some of Flurry's people, or just some of the local rednecks.


  2. It would be very amusing if a PCG member did that dastardly deed. But I must state that simply because there are so few PCG members even there it is more likely that someone unconnected to PCG did it.

    It seems the mosque in question was located at or near the University of Central Oklahoma. That alone suggests to me it was more likely done by a student of that University rather than a PCG member.

    I have no idea who did that. But I cannot help it that an organization that chooses to say extreme things about Muslims just happens to be located in that city.

  3. I'm certain that you are correct. The Sigma Alpha Epsilon racist chant came from that university, if I am not mistaken.

    I really wish the Muslims could police or get rid of their terrorist element. I've known some really nice people who got heckled and cat-called Saddam or Osama simply based on the color of their skin and their religious heritage. There are a lot of people who don't seem to understand that the children of immigrants pretty much universally embrace Americanization by virtue of attending the public school system, and wanting to relate to and be accepted by their peers. I've certainly seen this happen with Latino Catholics from Mexico and South America. To a certain extent, it happened to many of us who were raised in an ACOG. I mean, you got tired of being a pariah by 9th or 10th grade, and started bringing a change of clothes to school, smoking in the lavatory, and other ways of relating to your peers, and so long as the parents and local minister never knew, everything was cool.