Three police removed me from the room...(Long)

Discussion in 'Politics' started by iratollah, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. iratollah

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    ...for trespassing.

    I went to listen to Cynthia McKinney speak on her recent adventures bringing crayons to starving and sick children in Gaza. (If they're starving and sick, why is she she bringing them crayons?)

    Knowing that the Pallys may recognize me and not take my questions, I prepared about a dozen questions and distributed them to my group of whom about five showed up. Four of my questions got asked, but McKinney was too dumb to answer.

    Some of her answers were along the lines of, "Oh, wow"....(crickets chirping)....I need to think about that...(more crickets)...well let me talk about health care in Italy...(WTF does health care in Italy have to do with women's rights in Gaza?)

    All questions had to be written and submitted to a moderator, so I'd have never been able to ask a question directly. However, at the beginning of her talk, I look up to notice a policeman asking me to come with him. The Pallys did recognize me and asked the restaurant owner to have me removed for trespassing.

    The head of the Palestinian American Association hosting the event was rather rude to me while the police were explaining the complaint against me, all I'd been doing was sitting at a table sipping on a glass of water. He said he had no interest in anything I had to say. This was odd, since their introduction about their group was: "We welcome all comers in a non-sectarian atmosphere of equality, dignity, freedom and inclusive of all." I guess this meant all but Jews.

    I have no grudge with the police, as a private business the restaurant can reserve the right to serve refuse, uh, I mean refuse service to anyone. But they didn't have the balls to ask me directly to please leave. They had three police in three separate cars show up to ask me to leave.

    I'm actually very flattered that the Pallys are so afraid of me that they needed three police to escort me away. I had a good laugh with the cops when I saw how many cars they had and asked them if I looked so threatening. Had a nice talk with the police in the parking lot and you should have seen their faces when I told them the speaker is the person who assaulted the Capitol policeman assigned to protect her.

    The Pallys are so scared of my ideas and questions that they simply couldn't let me stay. I'm making progress. But they may be screwing with the wrong guy. I had another radio interview Monday (not sure when it will air) and I gave the 70,000 listeners a brief restaurant review. Also, there were some things I overheard in the room that are of interest to the Dept of Homeland Security. DHS returned my call late Sunday evening and we spent about 20 minutes on the phone, it was a great conversation and they thanked me about four times for my tips.
     


  2. Big country

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    WOW! ..... I don't really know what is going on with all this. Care to give an idiot a brief summary of why you were there? I'm just trying to understand why the "Pallys" don't like you. I guess you're Jewish and I know they don't like that but What is the deal? I guess what I'm trying to say is I'm confused.:confused::headscratch:
     
  3. DCortez

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    Too bad the Israelis didn't sink the boat SINthia McKinney was on ... either time ...
     
  4. iratollah

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    I don't like hate groups. Regardless of what they say, the pro-Palestinian demonstrations are driven by hatred. They support Hamas, which is a group that writes in their charter how they wish to destroy Christianity, Judaism and impose Sharia law on the world (Hamas Charter Article 15).

    They don't like me because I show up at their hate fests and ask the speaker questions that destroy the false front of humanitarianism the speaker may try to present. I get the speakers to out themselves as motivated by hatred rather than some type of altruism.

    I've also previously countered some public demonstrations by the Palestinians and they've written how my messages of peace make them look like raving lunatics (their own words). When they are chanting things like, "They didn't make the ovens big enough", this is not an issue about land or how Israel chooses to defend itself. It's about hatred and bigotry.

    Ask yourself who was dancing in the streets with joy on 9/11? (Answer: Palestinians.) Then ask yourself why any patriotic American would support those people. That is one reason I went to ask McKinney questions that would enable her to expose herself as a lying hate monger. She is defending a group that states in writing how Rotary Club members should be killed (Hamas Charter Article 17), how Rome should be taken over by Islam (Articles 5 &7) and how Jews worldwide should be killed (Hamas Charter Article 7). Again, this is not because they don't like Israel, they don't like any of us.
     
  5. Big country

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    Ah! I get it now. I am deeply sorry if you thought I was implying anything. I was just plane confused. I don't think I offended anyone in any way, but I seem to have a knack for doing so without knowing I'm doing it. Thank you for explaining the situation to me. Like I said I know the Palestinians are hate mongers but I wasn't quite sure what you were doing to out them. Now I know, thank you again for the clarification.
     
  6. iratollah

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    No apology necessary, happy to explain.

    BTW, the restaurant manager is lying to me that no one on his staff called the police. Does this mean that patrons can have someone removed from a restaurant because they don't like the persons background or political views?
     
  7. Texas1911

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    Name and shame the restaurant.

    How many people would it take to flood their meeting and ruin it? Once I can drive, I'm all for ruining Hamas Hate Party 2009.
     
  8. DCortez

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    +1
     
  9. iratollah

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    This particular event was at Cafe Layal on Richmond Ave. It was double extra special for me to be there because the restaurant sits 100 yards from one of my Save Gaza From Hamas billboards. How could I not be there to ask McKinney to comment on the message of my billboard?

    As a native Texan, I like how we do things in Texas and I have no desire to live my life under the rule of 10th century terrorists.

    If you want to learn more about the grass-roots group I've built over the last year and about the dangers of Hamas, our group is Bridge Houston. We have completely disrupted another hate group to where they no longer stage public events. We've made international news with some of our work.

    http://www.bridgehouston.org

    Having the Palestinians throw me out of their meeting before I said a single word is a badge of honor.
     
  10. DCortez

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    Don't think I've every eaten there. For that style of food, I go to Turquoise Grill or Dimassi. Any idea if those owners are cool?


    Ignorant people always need to point the finger elsewhere. I cannot understand how these people can waste their lives away hating instead of building.
     

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