GOP Hillsborough court clerk candidate – Islam is not a religion
It is not everyday that I wake up and see an article that makes me smile. I congratulate Mr. Barrish on his honesty and the reporter for reporting and not interjecting. Nothing much will surprise regular readers, the man told the truth and will be condemned for it by people that are scared to consider his point of view. The evidence against islam being a religion is as obvious as the blood spilled in its name.
By Jodie Tillman, 1 Nov, 2011, Times Staff Writer
TAMPA — A Republican candidate for Hillsborough Clerk of Circuit Court on Monday fired off a letter saying Islam is “not a religion” but a theocracy that is “totalitarian and littered with human rights violations.”
-Islam is a cult, religions do not worship the opinion of a single individual (the pedophile mohammed) and they do not have extreme physical punishments to people that want to leave the cult, in islams case the penalty is death.
Scott D. Barrish, a 35-year-old private security officer who previously ran unsuccessfully for the Hillsborough School Board, sent the letter to the Council of American-Islamic Relations. He signed it as a member of the Hillsborough County Republican Party’s executive committee.
“Your efforts in espousing Islam in America and Florida will not succeed,” Barrish wrote. “This is us vs. you. In the great words of the late President Ronald Reagan, ‘I win, you lose!’ ”
-Like Mr.Barrish, we have found the in your face approach to members of the islamic cult to work well. Granted we usually start with a welcome to our site, a few discussions and only respond aggressively after they insult us and threaten to kill us.
Barrish said in an interview that he sent the e-mail letter because the group had engaged in what he called publicity stunts. CAIR, for instance, thanked Gov. Rick Scott and Sen. Marco Rubio for declining to speak at the upcoming Florida tea party convention because it featured a presentation by an “anti-Islam extremist.”
-Code for someone who understands islam and can explain it to others.
“I don’t sugarcoat things and I don’t use (political correctness),” Barrish said. “I’m like a (New Jersey Gov.) Chris Christie. I say it like it is.”
Barrish, who said he had spent the past two years studying Islam, said he signed the letter as a member of the Hillsborough GOP to show his credentials, not to speak for the party. But the Florida chapter of CAIR used Barrish’s letter in a press statement Monday.
“It is imperative that Republican Party leaders at the state and national levels repudiate these bigoted comments and take concrete steps to challenge the growing perception that the GOP is not a big tent party that welcomes Muslims,” said Tampa executive director Hassan Shibly.
-Yeah, see here is the problem, Scott told the truth and no matter who caves in for the Republican Party, they do not speak for him or even have a right to decide to apologize for what someone else said. I have said much worse things about islam and for a lot longer. I will never apologize to anyone stupid enough to claim the title of muslim. Your murderous pedophile pretend prophet’s stupidity is only surpassed by today’s followers and professed members of his modern cult.
Deborah Cox-Roush, the Hillsborough GOP executive director, had not seen Barrish’s e-mail until a reporter sent it to her. “He’s not speaking on behalf of the party,” she said. She said he should not have invoked the Hillsborough GOP executive committee in his letter.
But she stopped short of commenting on the contents of the message, saying she wanted a chance to read it carefully and talk with Barrish.
-Sounds like she may also know the truth about islam but is afraid to admit it.
“I’m really uncertain about what this is all about,” she said. But she acknowledged it would offend Muslim party members.
Barrish said he thinks Islamic law is infiltrating the court system. He said Muslims are not following a faith, but a political system “that uses elements of religion.” He said he expected his remarks to be controversial.
“I’ve spent two years of my life studying this,” he said. “The folks who defend Islam, the tactic is, ‘He’s an Islamophobe’ or ‘He’s a bigot.’ But I challenge them, where have I misstated fact?”
-Most of the distraction techniques the minions use to force a change in conversation are easily found reading our past articles, he only mentioned a few but his point is valid. Nothing in islam comes close to what modern civilized man considers acceptable. To pretend otherwise is ignorance or cowardice. The minions fear the truth over all other weapons and will attack anyone that speaks out against their cult.
Shibly, the CAIR official, said Barrish’s message exposes his arrogance.
-First consider the source; no cair official has any credibility. Second, he only told the truth about islam, that is honesty not arrogance. I recently heard of a few confrontations between area soldiers wearing “salibi” tattoos and local muslims. Once the minions discovered their was zero fear of islam or a physical confrontation they quickly moved on. For those that want to know, it means “Crusader.” For some odd reason, it makes the minions go postal.
“To get an idea of how outrageous his e-mail is, just replace the word ‘Islam’ with any other faith and think how we would react if a politician issued a statement in their official capacity on any other faith,” he said.
-We already know about apple to oranges comparisons. Until any other group opens schools teaching others to hate, murder and oppress, islam still maintains its place as the worlds most violence cult.