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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Cordoba Initiative

As most of you know, the Cordoba Initiative calls for a creation of an Islamic Mosque two blocks from Ground Zero in New York City. (cross-posted from CAN WE KEEP OUR REPUBLIC)

There are some who claim that the initiative does not go far enough. When you think about it the hole in the ground (still) that was once the World Trade Center could be filled with an even more impressive monument than an uber mosque...the first ever Islamic amusement park!

The brochures (below) were created by my friend Todd D. as examples of a new Islamic Amusement Park and monument to the fallen hijacker pilots of those aircraft who made Ground Zero possible in the first place:



Think of it as an even more impressive monument to religious tolerance!

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7 comments:

  1. Oh, man. That was very well done. "just hangin" "pedo place".

    Yep. It's a free country, right? Freedom of religion, right?

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  2. It is what it is, Opus #6.

    The plan for the 911 amusement park and tribute to the fallen martyrs who flew the aircraft would show the world how tolerant we are.

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  3. Zowie!

    or is the new PC term

    Dhimmi!

    (I can never keep up.)

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  4. Quite Rightly, if you keep yourself in line with the Quran, you'll be well regarded in New York and you may find yourself with seventy virgins on your hands when you shuffle off this mortal coil.

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  5. I am no longer tolerant. I'm donating to the proposed gay bar. Happy ramadong.

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  6. Odie -- My tolerant attitude is tempered by a daily dose of IN YOUR FACE.

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  7. While the "Ground Zero mosque"—is a SO-CALLED Islamic Center planned two blocks from the site of the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attacks—has been cleared for construction by the authorities in New York.
    I think this is all a scam and should never be allowed to happen

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