Friday, February 25, 2011

Oklahoma Police Captain Faces Disciplinary Action for Refusing to Attend Islamic Event


The police in Tulsa, Oklahoma solved a criminal case involving the Islamic center and arrested a suspect. In return the Islamic center wanted to have an appreciation day to recognize the officers.

No one signed up to volunteer to go and so the Captain was ordered to make some of the officers go. The Captain refused and was disciplined. He is now suing the police department.

CAIR of course got involved and it naturally turned into anti-Islamic bigotry.

A couple of things here.

This was not a day to honor the officers:

However, according to a promotional flyer, the Islamic event included not just food and entertainment, but “presentations” on “beliefs, human rights, and women.” They would also be able to watch a Muslim prayer service and take a tour of the mosque.

It was a day of indoctrination.

There is also this which highlights the real goal of Muslims, to force Sharia beliefs on the US:

“When somebody feels empowered to say ‘I’m not going to take part in a community outreach event at a mosque because I basically don’t like Muslims,’ it’s all part of that rise in Islamophobia in our society,”

Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for CAIR.

These bastards run on and on about tolerance and freedom in the US but do not show it in their home country and do not want the people of the US to have the right to turn their backs on Muslims? WTF? So is it tolerance they want or ass-polishing?

6 comments:

Ticker said...

Do you think he would have been punished if he refused to go to say a Baptist church? Of course not. Political Correctness has gone to far and it's time to stop it.

Mustang said...

“When somebody feels empowered to say ‘I’m not going to take part in a community outreach event at a mosque because I basically don’t like Muslims,’ it’s all part of that rise in Islamophobia in our society.”

Cooper has his head up his ass, but this does not come as a surprise to anyone other than the Keebler Elves. People aren’t “feeling empowered,” they are empowered to say what they want. They even have the right to dislike Moslems. And blacks. And yeller people, too. I may think the police chief used poor judgment (his job does entail a certain amount of politics), but he has the unquestioned right to “feel empowered.”

Chuck said...

Ticker, dead on. What about a synagogue? Not likely a issue there either.

Mustang, he may not have displayed political savvy but I have a lot of respect for him. His first concern is the men and women who serve under him and he did well representing them.

Paul Champagne said...

Lots of RESPECT for this Captain

Hopefully the people of Tulsa will come to his aid and force the administration to back down.

LASunsett said...

I am going out on a limb here because I do not have a lot data to support my theory. But if I must make an educated guess, I'd have to say, I think they want ass-polishing.

Chuck said...

Paul, that's what I'm hoping for

LA, as always