Sunday, June 2, 2013

Speak Your Mind About Islam Day: Thursday, June 6, 2013

Via Angry Mike

Just this past week we were shocked to witness, in broad daylight, on London streets, the ambush and barbaric murder of Lee Rigby, a British soldier, husband, and father of a young child. Lee was ambushed by two men, one of whom spoke directly to the camera afterwards. This man made it clear that his motivations were based upon Islam and the numerous verses in the Quran that call for violence against non-Muslims.

Afterward, individual citizens from the UK and around the world flooded social media with their sentiments about Islam, the false narrative that it is a “Religion of Peace” and the blatant falsehood put forth by Prime Minister Cameron that the teachings of Islam had nothing to do with this brutal assassination. Several citizens have since been arrested by the government of Great Britain for comments they made under the influence of grief and anger. These actions by the government are an attempt to suppress free speech and must not be tolerated. We ask that you stand with these persecuted individuals as a unified people.

In response to the British government’s attempts to suppress free speech, we wish to declare Thursday, June 6th, 2013 “Speak Your Mind About Islam Day”. June 6th is a day of great significance for the free peoples of the world.


  1. For me, the Sixth Day of June is and always will be the anniversary of D-Day 1944.

    For an American, what else could it be?

    1. In the 1940′s, American, Australian, Brit, Canadian, Frenchman, Indian, Russian, Christian, Jew, Hindu, Sikh and countless others were bound together by the common goal of eradicating forever the vile ideology of Nazism. On June 6th, 1944, segments of these diverse allied forces bound together and stormed Fortress Europe marking the beginning of the end of the ideology of Nazism as a force among men.

      Let June 6, 2013 once again be that day for us.

  2. I wasn't shocked that some mulims murdered somebody, I was shocked that out of a bus load of people only one lady tried to help.

  3. I got my first dog on D-Day and named him DD. If I had known exactly where my dad was, I'd have named that dog Utah Beach. On June 6, 1955 I began my 34 years of working both in and for the Army. It is a significant day for me and will always be a "good day to die." Bring 'em on.

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