After Muslims demanded that a police officer is terminated for posting “Islamophobic” memes, the police captain came forward to issue four simple words to the offended religious supremacists.
When Muslims are a minority, they incessantly demand minority rights and that we respect, tolerate, and coexist with them. When they become the majority, minority rights are eradicated in compliance with Sharia law, and respect, tolerance, and coexistence with other religions is shunned, as the Quran commands total submission and the persecution of unbelievers.
One vital aspect of Sharia is its blasphemy law, which prohibits anyone from speaking negatively about the Quran, the prophet Muhammad, Allah, and religious followers of Islam. Failure to comply with this mandate warrants the death penalty, per the Quran and hadith.
Of course, while Muslims are still a tiny minority in the West, it’s impossible for them to collectively impose Sharia blasphemy law on the non-Muslim majority. However, by attacking our First Amendment rights, which are solely meant to protect offensive speech as inoffensive speech needs no protection, they can guarantee that our fundamental right to expression will eventually be eradicated once their populace reaches critical numbers. Unfortunately for them, they still have some waiting to do in the U.S.
When Muslims discovered that an Oklahoma police officer had posted a couple of “Islamophobic” memes to his Facebook account over 3 years ago, they immediately launched a campaign to have him fired. The posts included 2 images which contained the phrase “Who wants to play cowboys and Muslims?”
In accordance with Sharia law, which punishes any expression deemed offensive by Muslims, the outraged minority demanded that the Collinsville Police Department reprimand the officer. Instead of appeasing their demand, Collinsville Police Captain Matthew Burke responded to their cries for vengeance by reminding them that the officer won’t be punished because the department has “no policy to enforce” against their employees’ First Amendment rights, according to local news outlet KJRH.
Burke explained that while officers are not allowed to berate the police department in which they serve, offending a religion doesn’t violate the department’s guidelines.
He said, “We do have a social media policy but it’s more geared toward like, ‘you will not post internal workings of the police department on your social media. You will not demean the police department on your social media.’ that kind of stuff.”
In addition to defending the officer’s right to free speech, Capt. Burke added that the officer, who the department refuses to name, posted the memes in question prior to 2015, which is long before he was hired at the Collinsville department.
The captain added, “It has kind of brought a concern that maybe we should be looking more into social media during our hiring processes. He hasn’t posted anything of any concern since he’s been hired with us.”
Burke explained that the department takes all accusations against its officers seriously and didn’t hesitate to launch an investigation into the Muslim civilians’ claims that their employer had purportedly committed hate speech. However, Burkey states that although the officer had used “discriminatory” language, his constitutional rights won’t be trumped.
Capt. Matthew Burke said, “During our investigation we have seen any of his posts that was brought forth to our attention were all posted prior to 2015, before he ever came to work for us.”
He said, “The Collinsville Police Department does not support any view that is racist or would demean anyone’s civil rights.”
Like clockwork, the Oklahoma chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which is a designated terrorist organization and front group for the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, is outraged over the lack of reprimand for the officer. While they take no offense to the Quran’s racist and violent commands, they’re always ready to go after anyone who criticizes their religion and its affiliates.
“We are glad that the Collinsville Police Department is taking this situation seriously,” said CAIR-OK Executive Director Adam Soltani. “Collinsville Police Department now has an opportunity to make positive changes and to set an example for law enforcement authorities across our state.”
However, CAIR didn’t receive the response for which they hoped. Instead, they found that the police department won’t be reprimanding the officer at all, which has caused a backlash online.
“Unfortunately, there are many people out there who harbor bias and prejudice against Muslims,” said Soltani. “While everyone is entitled to their own views, someone in a position of power and responsibility — such as a police officer — should be held to a higher standard of conduct and must be prepared to protect all the citizens of his or her community.”
Of course, CAIR doesn’t see any issue with the Quran’s “bias and prejudice” against non-Muslims. In fact, the organization supports Islam’s relentless calls to slaughter unbelievers and take them as captives, especially if they insult Islam.
- Quran (5:33) – “The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His messenger and strive to make mischief in the land is only this, that they should be murdered or crucified or their hands and their feet should be cut off on opposite sides or they should be imprisoned”
- Quran (8:12) – “(Remember) when your Lord inspired the angels… “I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them”
- Quran (9:5) – “So when the sacred months have passed away, then slay the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them captive and besiege them and lie in wait for them in every ambush, then if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, leave their way free to them.”
There are over 100 verses in the short Quran that command Muslims to hate, persecute, and kill unbelievers until there is only one religion — Islam. Of course, no Muslim ever gets offended by this outright prejudice and violence. Only when non-Muslims point out the oppression in Islam do they take offense.