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January 16, 2005

Fox Caves to CAIR, Agrees to Distribute Islamic Propaganda

In perhaps the most appalling example of moonbattery ever to arise at the relatively courageous Fox, the network has agreed to pay for the sin of having dared to air a show featuring Muslim terrorists by distributing to its affiliates two propaganda pieces produced by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a fifth-column Islamist organization with terrorist links.

As reported by The Jerusalem Post, both of the "public service announcements" end with the statement, "Muslims are part of the fabric of this great country and are working to build a better America."

In case you were under the impression that CAIR is just another group of self-righteous dopes trying to impose their nauseating political correctness on every last aspect of human existence, it should be pointed out that it was spun off from the Islamic Association for Palestine, a U.S. front group for Hamas, whose contributions to the fabric of Israeli culture have consisted of killing innocent civilians on a regular basis. Three former CAIR employees have been indicted on terrorism charges since 9/11. In the context of CAIR's agenda, "a better America" would mean one from which all non-Muslims had been eliminated.

CAIR's goal is not to assimilate Islam into American culture. It is to substitute Islam for American culture. According to CAIR's Chairman of the Board, Omar Ahmad, "Islam isn't in America to be equal to any other faith but to become dominant." Won't that be nice when they succeed; the ACLU won't have to worry about being oppressed by creches in December anymore. Perhaps we can decorate public areas with Christians' heads on stakes instead.

Although Fox is leaving it up to their affiliates when and even whether they will run the CAIR pieces, the fact that they feel the need to negotiate with these villains will send a chill up any sane person's spine. It is the equivalent of agreeing to distribute SS propaganda during World War II.

According to CAIR, Fox officials assured them that the network had already removed some aspects of existing "24" episodes "that could potentially be viewed as stereotypical" — i.e., not consistent with the Islamist point of view — as reported by WorldNetDaily.

In America, Muslims aren't even assassinating noncompliant members of the media yet — like they do in Europe — and already the only network we have that would even consider taking America's side against the maniacs who want to destroy us puts its tail between its legs and whimpers. We are in deep trouble.

Rumors could not be confirmed that Fox News will run a retraction to correct earlier reports that the 9/11 terrorists who murdered 3000 American civilians were Muslim. So as not to reinforce stereotypes, the highjackers will be reidentified as a group of Mormon Rotarians from Ogden, Utah.


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Does anyone remember this contribution to the fabric of America?

Posted by Van Helsing at January 16, 2005 11:15 AM

Comments

Ditto!
I remember all to well of their great contribution to us.
It is just a shame that more people don't.

Posted by: Kerbels at January 16, 2005 6:07 PM

Kind of unnecessary, too. If 24 plays out as it has in previous seasons, the real terrorists will turn out to be a cabal of rich, white, right-wingers.

Posted by: V the K at January 17, 2005 8:57 AM