Plain speaking, bold and truthful, saying and doing what millions of Americans are just thinking – Ann Barnhardt. She is one courageous lady.
The following videos were snatched from Bill Warner’s website, “Political Islam” a bold, truthful, and informative site revealing the true nature of Islam. Ann’s videos, below, are right up there with Col. Alan West’s, and beyond.
Here are the ill-informed “jackass” comments made by Republican Senator Lindsey Graham in reaction to Terry Jones Qur’an burning that are taken apart, line by line, by Ann in the above YouTube video.
“I wish we could find a way to hold people accountable. Free speech is a great idea, but we’re in a war. During World War II, we had limits on what you could say if it would inspire the enemy. So, burning a Koran is a terrible thing but it doesn’t justify killing someone. Burning a Bible would be a terrible thing but it doesn’t justify murder. Having said that, anytime we can push back here in America against actions like this that put our troops at risk we should do it, and I look forward to working with Senators Kerry, and Reid, and others to condemn this, condemn violence all over the world based on the name of religion. But General Petreaus understand better than anybody else in America what happens when something like this is done in our country and he was right to condemn it and I think Congress would be right to reinforce what General Petreasus said.”
My favorite among Graham’s misguided statements is “During WWII, we had limits on what you could say if it would inspire the enemy.” Senator Graham, you jackass, we had all sorts of public service messages mocking and belittling Nazi Germany, Hitler, and his ideology. Those messages were rewarded and appreciated by Americans, not condemned and ridiculed! And you want us to be quiet, and accept and respect fascist Islam and its manifesto, the Qur’an, the book that inspires the enemy and the evil he perpetrates? Discrediting, even destroying, the book that inspires the enemy must not have limits. If we applied your version of limits to our speech and expression to our speech and expression during WWII, we would have lost the war. Conversely, if your version of limits to free speech was expressed by our leaders during WWII, they would have been charged and convicted of treason. Senator Graham, you have your priorities backwards.
The video below is Ann’s coup de grace. If only Terry Jones and our so-called political leaders could express themselves as well. Here Ann puts the Qur’an where it belongs. This is absolutely the correct action for a civilized society to take in defense of our own culture in the face of great evil that our politicians are demanding we condone.
Here is Bill Warner’s introduction to these videos:
April 6, 2011
There is a link to a two-part You Tube video that features Ann Barnhardt and her comments about the recent Koran burning by Pastor Terry Jones in Florida. It is so unique that you need to watch.
Freedom of speech is a vanishing concept ever since the invention of political correctness and multiculturalism by the elites of the West. The original concept of free speech was that an individual could express any political idea. Today free speech means that you can express an idea as long as it does not offend a minority. The super minority is Islam, since out of all minorities, Islam is the "most equal". In short, your speech can be free as long as it does not offend Islam.
The right not to be offended is now the biggest part of the First Amendment, so it would seem. Free speech? No so fast, is anyone offended? Then you cannot say that. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion? Well, Islam is fast becoming the protected religion in America. Freedom of press? Sure, as long as Islam is not offended.
Ann Barnhardt offends Islam and Lindsey Graham, a Republican Senator.
First, she first attacks the near enemy, the apologists—a la Senator Graham, and then she attacks the far enemy, Islam. She shows us true courage by being a full-throated, uncensored, unvarnished critic of everything that the media, universities, and government have sugar-coated about Islam.
Her strategy on Koran burning is that she burns its ideas, one at a time as she explains them. Offensive? Well, that depends on what offends you. If truth offends, then, yes, it is offensive.
But the nature of political correctness is that truth is forbidden if it offends. Raw truth frequently offends, so get used to it.
Watch Ann Barnhardt if you can take the truth at full blast, no holds barred.