Message from Fallskjermjeger in Vibrant Diversity #effortposting
@Alex - LA I have donated quite a bit and will donate more when I get paid.
"The often-used claim that Thomas Jefferson held the first Iftar dinner at the White House was trotted out by the Post’s Wang. She recounted the time when the diplomatic envoy from the Bey of Tunis, Sidi Soliman Melli Melli, visited Washington during Ramadan in 1805.
Jefferson invited the envoy to the White House for dinner at 3:30 PM—the time most Washingtonians had dinner in those days. But after he sent the invitation he was told that Melli Melli could not partake of a meal until after sunset because of Ramadan. Thomas Jefferson was faced with two choices: cancel the dinner entirely or simply have the meal later in the evening at a time when his guest could attend. As a good host and a decent person, Jefferson chose the latter.
In fact, all Jefferson did was change the time of his meal. He had no intention of honoring Islam. Jefferson simply was not honoring the religion of “the Musselmen”—as he termed Muslims at the time—when he changed the time of the meal. Also, there is no evidence that Jefferson asked Melli Melli what sort of food a “Musselman” would eat, so no special food was prepared to suit a Muslim’s religious needs. Jefferson neither inquired about religious accommodations nor was any made. All he did was move the time of the meal as a courtesy.
Further, Jefferson sent no letters containing proclamations about the meal being an Iftar dinner nor mentioning Islam, he never mentioned such honors in his private papers, and there is no record that he spoke to anyone about his intentions to honor the Muslim practice of an Iftar dinner."
tl;dr Thomas Jefferson didn't celebrate your sand nagger holiday, eat shit muslet
isn't she the one that caimed the Statue of Liberty was a arab
I have watched, with no small degree of mounting disquiet, the insidious ascendance of these so-called “Alt-right” gangs since the election of President Trump. Beneath the thin veneer of seeking to protect “white” (whatever that means!) children, they are simply crude racialists, boors and ignoramases.
My son and I had the great misfortune of running afoul of some of these “Alt-right” thugs in March this year.
We had stopped by a local Dairy Queen for a blizzard after church. Apon entering the establishment, I spied a trio of burly young men in Trump hats at a corner table. I didn’t think anything of it, except to note that one of them was wearing a “Pepe the Frog” (a racist comic book character) tee-shirt, and another was clad in a “Bill Clinton Is A Rapist” garment. NOT what you hope to see in a family restaurant! The third wore a blue plaid shirt so I payed him little heed.
To cut a long story short, these ruffians rapidly took an unwelcome interest in me and my son, nudging each other, looking at us, and whispering among themselves. (I should point out that my son is African American, we adopted him from Eritrea through our church).
We ignored them, of course, but that only emboldened these miscreants to begin making hooting noises and laughing! At first I refused to believe my ears I was so appalled and furiously tried to get the attention of a member of staff.
Unfortunately it was a busy restaurant so I was forced to confront these chuckleheads directly.
I turned to them, showing my best death stare. “Do you ‘gentlemen’ (I put a sarcastic emphasis here) have a problem?”
“Yeah!” agreed the one in the ‘Pepe the Frog” shirt, “We don’t want your kind in here! Take your son back home to Iraq, we hate race-traitors like you, this is Trump country now!”
I was ready to call the cops immediately, but my son – who had endured this tirade with the silent dignity we’ve tried so hard to inculcate in him – suddenly spoke up.
“Sir,” he said, his voice clear and firm, “I believe you were addressing me, though I confess I am not fluent in vulgarian. You appear to be suffering from some logical fallacies, to wit:
“Firstly, “my kind”, as you so lewdly put it, is American. I *am* home, by the grace of God and the Constitution. Furthermore, my father is an elder in our church, not some sort of ‘traitor’.
“And finally, this is not ‘Trump country’. Not now, not ever. This is the United States of America, and while our First Amendment permits even cretins such as yourself freedom of speech, the Second Amendment also permits me to shoot you in the eye should you continue to commit racism. Now, begone!”
At some point during this, the entire Dairy Queen had fallen quiet, everyone listening to my son speak.
Suddenly the restaurant erupted in wild applause. The racists went beetroot red (as red as their Trump hats, heh) and dashed out!
Then the manager came over and told us the next time we wanted a blizzard, it was on the house. I was fighting back tears of pride.
And my son, who humbled those bigots with eloquence? He’s only 12 years old and an honors student.
Needless to say, we never saw those ‘Alt-right’ lummoxes again.
Thanks challahcost. Will share at Shabbat this Friday.
Lol shit that never happened in that lol cow story
BUT I THOUGHT THE ICE CAPS WERE MELTING
WHAT IS THIS SHIT
Shilling for my own writing real quick
@negger mild respet and accommodation for sand negoes is not the same as "we should have unlimited hajis".
BEEN LOVING THIS GAME GOYS
Yeah I guess the effort post goes here.
@Ilya Muromets It's all good in my mind brah. The main reason I brought it up was bc strictly Christian religions correlate towards higher birth rates. Trying to figure out the type of girl I'd actually like to be involved with tbh. The Mormons I have met it in California always have a decent amount of children and I do fundamentally disagree with the Heathen mindset. Tbh no disrespect was aimed at you or anything. Just feeling you out brah.
I have yet to meet an amish girl so I cannot speak for then essentially.
Yeah I didn't feel any at all @Tee CA and fair to post this here. I just was trying to joke a little and just express what knowledge I have, as I was a lost Christian for a while and want to venture into a form that I feel at home and identify with. Part of my interest in the Orthodox church other than what I know about it is it's prevalence in Russia and Eastern Europe to the best of my knowledge, and as a descendent on one side of Christian Russians forced to flee during the Bolshevik revolution, and being one of the last of that bloodline, I feel a debt to my people.
Yeah, I have only come across Mennonites here in Arizona.
They aren't as hardcore as other forms of Amishness to my understanding
so I don't know much about the Amish except from what I've read, and I think it's funny that a lot have bowlcuts.
Insult the bowl, pay the toll fam.
You're good in my book brah. Don't know if that holds really any weight or nothing.
cheers mate, it was a good discussion even though i didnt have all the answers
and you are good in my book as well
I like anyone who truly believes in this movement unless they cause harm or conflict to others without need
Strong people=strong nations= strong futures.
mormonism is judaism but for anglos
mormon faggots run the CIA, also they have a religious prophecy that some mormon president will save the USA during a constitutional crises 😂