In Thursday’s edition of the online Fort Worth Star-Telegram, columnist Bud Kennedy gave a scathing denouncement of those who opposed this past week’s “blessing” given by Muslim Imam Moujahed Bakhach at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo (hereafter FWSSR).
Included in that denunciation was what amounted to a Muslim apologetic where he argues for Islamic inclusion based on some rather absurd and faulty premises leading to his conclusion, which is that regardless of what one believes, then it should be allowed at the rodeo, if not in Texas. Really?
What Bud argued amounts to the typical ignorance one gets from the media these days, as well as from those running the FWSSR. Interestingly, when Stock Show officials were petitioned to post the Imam’s “blessing,” they refused. It apparently was just sooooooo inclusive and “blessed” that it could not be posted.
Kennedy opens his piece by writing, “Nothing should divide us from our fellow Texans.” Is that right? Nothing? So, if our “fellow Texans” are involved in lying, cheating, rape, murder, incest, among other attributes recorded and condoned in the Koran and Hadith, then that should not divide us, Mr. Kennedy?
It does not take a juris doctor from any one of the outstanding Texas law schools to figure out that those tawdry behaviors not only divide a city, but a state and a nation as well. In fact, they destroy them. Nevertheless, let us continue on with more of Mr. Kennedy’s profound wisdom.
He wrote, “Not race, not faith, and definitely not the theology of rodeo prayers.”
Excuse me, but, when an Imam’s worldview advocates the extermination of the Jews, a “faith” that is narcissistic to the hilt, and a theology that completely contradicts what Jesus, the apostles Paul, Peter, John, Jude, et al, said or wrote, as well what the rest of the Bible states—which is the foundational document upon which our most basic law, the U. S. Constitution, is based upon—you do not think that that is going to divide a people, Mr. Kennedy?
Kennedy continues, “If we learned anything from that movie about an American hero, it’s that we are passionate about freedom. That includes the freedom of 500,000 peaceful Texas Muslims.”
Assuming that he is referring to the recent release of American Sniper, Kennedy’s comments are beneath contempt.
Chris Kyle was passionate about freedom in the sense that he had no qualms about eliminating those “peaceful…Muslims” intent on undermining that freedom.
No Muslim worth his camel pee gives a flip about American freedom, except to replace it with Shariah Law.
Therefore, how dare Bud Kennedy even mention someone like Chris Kyle and the contemptible religion of Islam—which has a long history of aberrant doctrine and treacherous fatwas, all designed to place non-Muslims, Jews, and Christians in bondage, if not simply put to death—in the same sentence!
Kennedy ramps up his irrational diatribe one tick by writing, “Yet some now stir hatred and division, just over an imam’s rodeo invocation.”
Excuse me, Bud, but until you actually learn a little history and Islamic doctrine, as well as have the guts to post the content of the Imam’s “invocation,” then you are in no position to be pointing fingers and making accusations about “hatred and division.” If anything, Bud, you are the epitome of the very thing you accuse others.
“Look, there’s always praying at the rodeo. This year, it reflects Fort Worth,” Kennedy rationalizes.
There are two major faux pas in this latest line of misleading drivel.
First, as the FWSSR official sneakily attempted to slip past everyone, this was not a “prayer.” It was a “blessing.” So, in his mind, that made it okay, even though such a “blessing”—simply because of its Islamic worldview—completely contradicts everything Americans have fought and died for the past 200+ years.
Second, it is irrelevant whether there has been praying at the rodeo or not. What matters is whether that prayer is consistent with what rodeo-goers have subscribed to since the inception of the celebration.
Advocating Islamic jihad, child molestation between a 53-year-old pervert and a 9-year-old girl, and the murder and annihilation of the Jews, among other perversions and atrocities, have never been a part of that celebration or tradition.
So, Bud, this year’s inclusion of those very things by stealth, no less, does not “reflect Fort Worth.”
Instead, it reflects stupidity on the part of some Fort Worth columnists and governors of the event, who have becomes pawns in the hands of the Muslim intent on eradicating the celebration, if not the tradition.
And given enough time, the Muslim will eradicate both the Fort Worth columnists, and those misguided elitists who have been wooed to sleep, as well.
Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Facebook entry
After committing the fallacy of selectively quoting others who join in with Bud’s blind stupidity, he inserts another jab by writing, “But the same people who always gripe now are griping about the prayer.”
Once again, Bud, get your terminology right. It wasn’t a “prayer”; it was a “blessing,” remember?
Since Bud, and his cronies, believes he is “spot on,” let him explain the difference, or why the FWSSR official used his own form of Muslim taqiyya (deception) to try and fool the public on that one.
That said, what needs to happen is more people gripe about this kind of thing, until the lying and deception ceases.
Nevertheless, it is because too many are engaged in lying and deception that this kind of thing ever happened in the first place.
And the Bud Kennedy’s of the world place their own “blessing” upon all the swill by attacking those who oppose it.
So, who is really at fault or the problem here? Those doing the griping about the lying and deception OR those doing the lying and the deceiving, and newspapers columnists paid to write in defense of the latter?
Kennedy observed, “As of late Thursday, the rodeo’s Facebook page had 600 comments, many bigoted and unprintable.”
While it is granted that some of the comments were uninformed or in poor taste, after reading Bud Kennedy’s comments here, as well as many of those offered by the FWSSR official justifying all the deception, once again, is it those doing the protesting that are the problem, or those behind all the deception and poor judgment that is the problem?
That said, what about all the comments that make it clear what the Muslims are genuinely up to, Bud? Were none of those worth mentioning amid your let’s hold hands and sing kumbaya fantasy world of religious pluralism, whereby you believe the Islamist is willing to always play?
After another irrelevant appeal, where Bud quotes a Roman Catholic priest erroneously stating the ungodly mantra, “We are all God’s children,” or something that even contradicts Islamic doctrine, Kennedy closes by writing, “Just say those rodeo cowboys need all kinds of blessings.”
Wrong, Bud. No one, including the Muslims, needs an Islamic “blessing.” Why? One more time, because of what Islam has taught and stood for, for the past 14 centuries!
Islam is a cancer, not a cure, where women become second-class citizens, and all non-Muslims either die, are forced to submit to Islam, or are subject to dhimmitude.
Dhimmitude is forced subjection to Islamic leadership under Shariah Law for all non-Muslims who qualify, whereby he/she receives protection in exchange of payment of an annual poll-tax (the Jizyah) in pure gold.
Add to the blasphemy taught within the pages of the Koran and Hadith, the savage butchery seen on a daily basis, around the world, where people are either blown to bits or hacked to death, and there is not one cowboy around stupid enough to say, “Come bless me, Imam.”
Instead, that cowboy would put down his rope and pick up his sniper rifle, and do his best to excise the cancer before it excised him, his buddies, his family, and his country.
And after this year’s “sniper” attack by FWSSR officials, and the Muslim community at large, there needs to be a whole bunch of cowboys that need to step up and take back their stock show and rodeo, lest they lose their long and proud tradition to a bunch of politically correct hacks who are all too eager to join hands with those whose global desire is to impose their culture and laws upon everyone, with one of those hacks being Bud Kennedy.
Here’s hoping those cowboys make that corrective step before it is really too late!