Are you sick and tired of all the media mollycoddling, cultural capitulation and politically correct pandering to Islam taking place in America today – even as we approach the 10-year anniversary of 9/11?
Have you ever wondered what you can do, if anything, to fight the construction on Main Street USA of Saudi-funded Wahhabi mosques promoting Shariah law?
Are you willing to lie down and accept the multicultural mumbo-jumbo that suggests America must embrace a future of second-class citizenship for women, a dual legal system that stands the Constitution on its head and the kind of violence and terrorism and aggression that characterize so much of the Islamic world?
Do you have the courage and conviction to fight back?
If so, there is a new handbook for getting organized. It’s called “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance” by freedom-fighter Pamela Geller, an anti-jihad activist hated and feared by those powerful and wealthy forces promoting Shariah in America today.
Geller is the principal organizer of the rally in New York this Sunday commemorating the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon – the most devastating foreign assault on U.S. soil in American history. She is also one of the leaders in fighting the construction of a mosque at Ground Zero in New York.
What some Americans are already doing to fight creeping Shariah, and what all Americans should be doing, is outlined in her new book, Geller says, the first actual handbook for fighting back.
Alarmingly, it warns that America is not like Europe in 1529 or 1683 when the Islamic invaders were stopped at the gates. Now, it point outs, Islamists are inside the gates, have a strategy for conquest and are busy at it right now.
For example, while prominent media lecturers say the Cordoba House Ground Zero mosque project is meant to bring Americans together, Imam Abdul Rauf, the cleric who formerly led the work, said, “New York is the capital of the world, and this location close to 9/11 is iconic.”
The subtitle to his book is “Islamic dawah (proselytizing) from the World Trade rubble.”
His wife, Daisy Khan, said, “I think the building came to us, which goes to show that there is a symbolism there, and that there’s a divine hand in it; that it’s so close to the tragedy that it’s close proximity is very symbolic.”
Geller says it’s time for ordinary citizens to wake up and fight to preserve the American way of life.
“Each and every one of us is a general in this war,” says Geller in “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.” “We must fight it because our leaders are not fighting it. The Obama election was the triumph of style over substance, collectivism over capitalism, statism over individualism, the moron over the informed. The stealth jihadists have cover to advance more than ever. The stealth jihadists have targeted our very way of life.”
Geller says because America is now in a home-front conflict, and has been since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, citizens’ approach to life must change.
“Every day when you wake up and throw your legs over the bed and wipe the sleep from your eyes, ask yourself, ‘What am I going to do today to save the republic? What can I do today in the defense of freedom?'”
Geller is urging those who love the U.S. to plan, learn as much as possible, educate others and create networks of people in each neighborhood.
“You are the freedom cop on the beat in your neighborhood,” she writes. “Where you see freedom threatened, fight back. If Shariah law is being introduced in the courtroom, if your kid’s schoolbooks whitewash bloody Islamic history, if a mega-mosque is going up in a place not zoned for such things and the supremacists need laws changed to accommodate them, fight back. I will help you.”
She tells citizens to get behind candidates who understand the threat, and even in social activities, “try to fuse your work with your leisure activities. Instead of going to a movie, go hear a scholar or activist on Islamic supremacism speak. Form a group, and try to bring people to your area to speak to your group. … Instead of that card game, protest an antiwar rally. Instead of a tennis game, march against the Million Muslim March in Washington, D.C. You will meet like-minded people whom you’ll enjoy talking to and being with, while increasing your reach and expanding your own personal network.”
It takes courage to do the work Pam Geller does. Do Americans still have what it takes to fight back? Find out from the veteran street fighter what it will take to keep America free.